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Can Children Benefit from Difficult Dialogues?

As symbols of innocence, many people may believe that children are too na├»ve to participate in or benefit from difficult dialogues about race and equity. “They don’t see race,” may be a common deflection. 749 more words

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Why Difficult Dialogues?

There are some things that none of us like to talk about: our salaries, our deepest fears and losses, and health and wellness topics that may fall under the category of “TMI” are just a few examples. 544 more words

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Teaching The Navigation of Difficult Dialogues: Sequence -1

Both policy-makers and the public can make wiser decisions if they think through an issue together. This means involving the public in some way

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Teaching The Navigation of Difficult Dialogues: Structure

There are many different ways to start a public conversation. Unfortunately the ways that are most often used can make the navigation of difficult issues even more difficult than it needs to be. 612 more words

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Teaching The Navigation of Difficult Dialogues: Intro

Last semester (Fall 2013), I (Sarah) was asked to redesign and teach the Public Policy Dispute Resolution class at the University of Missouri School of Law which I greatly enjoyed doing. 457 more words

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By Derrick Biso

The second annual Difficult Dialogues event was held this past Friday in the AVC lecture theatre. The Difficult Dialogues event shares the personal stories and experiences of transgendered persons; it is a public forum designed to provide understanding, open dialogue, and encourage asking questions. 606 more words

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