belonging starts with conversation

We connect people across divides and within communities to build understanding through conversation.

the problemwe know the results of the 2024 election are going to be questioned.

What is a
Living Room Conversation?

a highly flexible tool to use
anywhere, with any group(really!)

click the icons below to explore how people use Living Room Conversations in their communities

videocalls

faith

schools

youth council

higher education

libraries

workplaces

civic groups

videocalls

faith

schools

youth council

higher education

libraries

workplaces

civic groups

add your conversation to the map

Check out our new pin map! See what conversations are being had all over the United States (and the world!). Then, add your own conversations.

question of the week

Try your hand at answering a question from one of our guides. You can answer via text, audio, or video by clicking one of the option below. If you’d like to remain anonymous your name is not required. 

This week we ask you:

our newest guide...

Bias

Describe a time where you felt bias was a key component of a situation or decision. What was the impact? One form of Bias is allowing your personal opinion to influence your judgment causing you to support or oppose a person, idea, or thing in a way often considered to

click here to check it out