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Dialogue on Race


The CRS Dialogue on Race program is an interactive, facilitated process that opens lines of communication and fosters mutual understanding to help address racial conflict and decrease racial tensions. The Dialogue on Race program convenes participants from as many parts of the community as possible to exchange information face-to-face or virtually, share personal stories and experiences, honestly express perspectives, clarify viewpoints, and develop solutions that address community concerns. The following is a link to the associated Dialogue on Race program guide:

Resource Type
Public Officials
Victim Advocacy Groups/General Community
Universities/College Campuses
Updated August 13, 2021