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We connect people across divides – politics, age, gender, race, nationality, and more – through guided conversations proven to build understanding and transform communities.
You have the opportunity this week to add your voice to the national conversation, meet people across the country to build relationships, and engage in ways that are rooted in trust and respect.
In the small mountain community of Estes Park, Colorado, residents gather monthly to strengthen their sense of interconnectedness and talk about the issues facing them – from guns and responsibility to homelessness.
”The hope is to build local capacity to engage in difficult issues more collaboratively and productively,” said Denise Lord, executive director for Estes Valley Restorative Justice Center.
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Why can it be so difficult to talk about abortion? What is really at the heart of the debate?
What experiences in your life, your work or your family inform your understanding of mental health?
What role have guns played in your life? Where did you learn about guns? And what did you learn?