“How was soccer practice?” I asked my son as he climbed into the car – my usual question when I pick him up.
Walking around before teaching a new workshop, my best friend said to me, “You know, John, you‘re a really good teacher and you are always more prepared than you think.
“I don’t understand the question.” In her now infamous interview, Rachel Dolezal is unable to answer a question about her racial identity. She stutters, and quickly walks away.
Here at Public Conversations, we love to talk about movies. Ask anyone on staff, and you’d get recommendations from epic sci-fi (me) to sweeping romantic tales (okay, also me).
As we approach Father's Day, we're reminded that dialogue starts around our own dinner tables Though we speak of it in terms of helping people understand and humanize "the other," it's sometimes no
Through dialogue, Public Conversations Project fosters greater understanding between opposing sides of divisive issues, shifting attitudes and building relationships.