Night Out With Meaning: Interrupting the Cycle of Conflict and Racism

Night Out With Meaning

November 1, 2017 |  Interrupting the Cycle of Conflict and Racism

Storyteller: Barbara Simmons

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Since the presidential election of 2016, incidences of hate in the United States have increased a frightening 45 – 65%.  Join a discussion about racism and the suffering and injustices it causes in our world today. Discover how using structured dialogue and learning tools to interrupt racism, we can do what it takes to help heal and unite our very divided country.

The next Night Out With Meaning takes place November 1, 2017 and features Barbara Simmons, Executive Director of The Peace Center.  Barbara is an adjunct professor for International Peace and Conflict Resolution masters program at Arcadia University.  She was founder and executive producer of PeaceTalks Radio project.  Barbara has studied conflict resolution in all its forms and has been the recipient of much recognition and awards for her work.  We are grateful to have Barbara lead us in discussion.