Neighbors in Dialogue is a series of online conversations where folks in the Attleboro area discuss varied perspectives on systemic racism in our community and in the world. Each discussion is a stand-alone event. Attend one dialogue or attend them all! Trained facilitators will lead conversations in small groups to ensure that everyone has their voice heard. Successful conversations include multiple perspectives.
The next Neighbors in Dialogue event–Voting Access & Voting Challenges–is happening on Wednesday night, October 27 from 6pm to 8pm. To prepare for the evening’s discussion, please watch this short video (9 minutes) from ABC News.
Registration is required and ends one day before this online event. The link will be emailed to registered participants the morning of the event. Click HERE to register.
Find more information and resources in the Neighbors in Dialogue Facebook group.
This event is brought to you by the Attleboro Public Library, Attleboro Public Schools, Be Heard, GAIN, Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative, Attleboro Council on Human Rights, MLK Committee and City Councilor, Cathleen DeSimone.