In "Building the World We Dream About," a Tapestry of Faith program
Whatever any of us concludes about race relations, we should start by including all of us. — Frank Wu, author of Yellow
Read (or reread) your journaling notes and reflect on the voices and perspectives shared in your small group. Then, write questions, puzzlements, observations, and new insights you have. Find a conversation partner with whom you can share your questions and insights.
If you did not do Alternate Activity 1 as part of the Workshop, read Handout 5, Pirates, Boats, and Adventures in Cross-Cultural Engagement. Try to incorporate "tell me more" as a personal practice when in relationship with people whose culture, ethnicity, or race differs from your own.
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Last updated on Friday, July 20, 2012.
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