Curious About The Dialogue On Race? Not Sure You Can Commit To A Full Series?

Then we have just what you need. A Demonstration Dialogue is scheduled for Tuesday, January 22 from 5:30 – 7:00 pm. This is an opportunity to sit through an actual dialogue and be introduced to the program concept. Then you can decide if you would like to sign up for one of our upcoming 6 – week series.

There is no charge for the Demonstration Dialogue but pre-registration is required. Please contact Maxine Crump ( – 225-274-6902) or Orhan Mc Millan ( – 225-324-7075).

The Dialogue series is a structured series limited to 15 participants. The sessions are led
by trained facilitators. Participants prepare for the discussions by reading short articles before each session.

The facilitators set a safe environment for open honest discussion around three topic questions.

Understanding what racism is and how it operates through institutions in our system is the core of this education process.

The Dialogue recognizes that racism is not an “us versus them” issue in communities. Racism is an institutional construct that was built into our system and much of it exist today unintentionally and indirectly. However as long as racism exists, our institutions will tend to operate to the advantage of one race over another instead of full access for all equally.

The Dialogue on Race is an award winning program that has been proven to be effective in helping peopleunderstand what needs to be done and what they can do.