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In "Families," a Tapestry of Faith program
Bring one of the photo displays from Family Diversity Projects to your area. Engage youth in a conversation about the exposure that diverse families get in your community. What might all families gain if family diversity is valued? Family Diversity Projects has several different photo displays that each emphasize different forms of diversity within families. If you have access to a computer and Internet capability, visit the Family Diversity Projects website with participants. If you don't have Internet capability, show youth the available exhibits that are shown on the pages you printed out. The participants can help decide which diversity issue is most underrepresented in your community and commit to hosting that particular display. This project can also give youth some ideas for their own final photo project.
Issues for Discussion
When considering whether participants wish to commit to this activity, include commitment in three areas:
If participants decide to do this activity, use the information in the pamphlet to devise a schedule and a to do list. Assign items on the to do list to participants and schedule how all parts will fit together.
Consider reserving part of the exhibit space as an area where viewers can make comments. A stack of index cards and pencils, along with a sign encouraging comments, should suffice. Review the comments before participants do, in case any are inappropriate.
After viewing the exhibit, use the following questions to process this activity:
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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