LET'S TALK Series Continues

On Saturday October 6, Wright Library, in partnership with Catholic Social Action, hosted a film screening and conversation on the topic of White Privilege. Forty-eight people watched the film White Like Me featuring anti-racism activist Tim Wise, and then discussed the film and its message about white privilege. Attendees, racially diverse and whose ages ranged from twenties to eighties, broke into small groups and followed the Conversation Cafe process which encourages people to listen and really connect with each other. 

Feedback was overwhelmingly positive, with many people agreeing that the open discussion was "insightful", "important", "intimate", and "honest."

 

Would you like to get in on the conversation? Join our next conversation about America's voting system on Sunday November 4. Registration is requested, and all viewpoints are welcome.

We will be following the Conversation Cafe process that helps to shift us from small talk to BIG talk, conversations that matter. The process includes conversation agreements: open-mindedness, acceptance, curiosity, discovery, sincerity, and brevity. Learn more at conversationcafe.org