Talking about politics has a bad rap for being divisive. Our guides are designed to help you navigate this space. If you are interested in meeting with the same group or bringing dialogue to your community, our conversation pathways may be a great place to start.
The conversations are meant to be done in the order they are outlined within the pathways, as they build upon one another, preparing participants for more challenging conversations.”
Related Conversation Guides
We’ve written some great conversation guides specifically for this time; we also have conversation guides that are relevant now more than ever. Check them out below.
More Challenging Conversations
After the Election, we are
Moving Forward Together
Moving Forward Together started as a two-week series of election-focused conversations for people to come together and share hopes and concerns, to process grief and anxiety, and to relate and build understanding even across political differences.
Watch the recording of the kickoff Living Room Conversation on political peace building with Marianne Williamson, Grover Norquist, and noted guests across the political spectrum.
#MoveFwdTogether offers space and time to begin processing and healing with our fellow Americans — together.
Watch the Kick-Off Conversation
Watch the live stream of a special, one-hour Living Room Conversation on political peace building with Marianne Williamson, author and activist, Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, John Wood Jr., national leader for Braver Angels & former Vice-Chairman of the Republican Party of Los Angeles County, Amanda Kathryn Roman, Co-Founder: Stakeholders & Strategy, Justine Lee, co-creator of Make America Dinner Again & Tea with the People, and Reverend Pedro Silva, Associate Minister with the First Congregational Church UCC – Boulder.
This conversation event models what conversations in your community around the election could look like – and how we #MoveFwdTogether.
Join our Conversation Campaign
After the kick-off event, join us for a special series of election-focused Living Room Conversations happening before and after the Election. The aim is for people to come together and share hopes and concerns, to process grief and anxiety, and to relate and build understanding even across political differences.
Using our proven model, the conversations will be 90-minutes of small group conversations among 4-8 people using Kazm, a new video conversation platform. All are welcome to join.