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Juneteenth LRC Live

LRC Live: Juneteenth

Juneteenth celebrates the ending of slavery in the United States on June 19th, 1865. This date marks when Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas to share the news of freedom

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LRC LIVE: Earth Day

Earth Day The Living Room Conversations Way. We are excited to share highlights from a recent Climate of Unity Living Room Conversation among leaders in the environmental community. This conversation

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LIVE: Race & Ethnicity

Watch the recording of LRC Live: Race & Ethnicity, where people just like you reflected on Race & Ethnicity in America. Watch the recorded conversation, follow along with guide, and

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LRC Live: Trust

Watch the recording of LRC Live: Trust, where people just like you reflected on key disconnects we are currently experiencing in trust. They considered what happens when we don’t trust

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The America We Want to Be

On April 13, 2019, Thomas Jefferson’s 276th birthday, Living Room Conversations and America Indivisible partnered to host a conversation: The America That We Want to Be. Tune in to see

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Forgiveness

Watch our “Forgiveness” Living Room Conversation with Anita L. Sanchez, the author of The Four Sacred Gifts: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Times. You can check out our “Forgiveness” Living Room

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Podcasts

Heart, Empowerment & Effective Action with Joan Blades

  Could heart, empowerment and conscious effectiveness be the pillars to aligning as a society and making progress on the issues that matter to us most? Joan Blades, co-founder of Living Room Conversations—  a divide healing organization, thinks it’s a great place to start. As the founder of political groups

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A Year of Listening: Listening Across Differences

Author Colleen K. Powell interview’s Living Room Conversations’ own Tracy Hollister about the relationships she has developed across political and cultural divides, and why listening to people with whom we disagree requires great courage. Click on the logo above to listen, or click on this link.  

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Race and Ethnicity: Part 3

Listen to Part 3 (the wrap-up) in our Race and Ethnicity Conversation Series. If you enjoyed this podcast, we invite you to: Try these Conversations yourself— explore and download our conversation guides here! Sign up for a Living Room Conversation free online here! Share this podcast! Watch videos of all three full-length

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Race and Ethnicity: Part 2

Listen to Part 2 in our Race and Ethnicity Conversation Series. If you enjoyed this podcast, we invite you to: Try these Conversations yourself— explore and download our conversation guides here! Sign up for a Living Room Conversation free online here! Share this podcast! Watch videos of all three full-length Conversations: Part 1:

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Race and Ethnicity: Part 1

Listen to the first of our new three-part series on Race and Ethnicity. If you enjoyed this podcast, we invite you to: Try these Conversations yourself— explore and download our conversation guides here! Sign up for a Living Room Conversation free online here! Share this podcast! Watch videos of all

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Living Room Conversations: Can A New “Parlor” Game Heal the Divide?

Listen to the podcast here A Conversation With Living Room Conversations Co-Founder Joan Blades “When we connect personally, we don’t take things poisonally.” — Swami Beyondananda Did you know (From the Living Room Conversations website) … “Living rooms used to be the place where people would gather to socialize and

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Indivisible: Sam Ball and Joan Blades on the American Creed

  Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Can’t we all just get along? That’s the hope of Sam Ball, the director of the new documentary film, American Creed, which tells a story of the American Dream, our nation’s patchy history of advocating for equality, and the great red/blue chasm in this country.

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Talking Politics

In this conversation, we explore our own experience about how we learned to talk about politics . . . or to avoid it. We are sharing stories about what has happened around our political conversations and consider the impact this has on our relationships with friends and family. Each of

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