Welcome Table Workshop

Glisson TuckerDiscover more about the Welcome Table process developed by Dr. Susan Glisson in this interactive workshop which will introduce you to the tools and techniques used by the city of New Orleans and the state of South Carolina (among others) to help communities with deep racial and historical divisions. Learn more about this method of intentional dialogue that we can use in community building and in our daily lives. 

"The Welcome Table brings people of different ethnicities and backgrounds together to build relationships, tackle the issue of race and work together on projects that will make our city better and stronger." --Mayor Landrieu, City of New Orleans

Location: Trustees Room, Myers Convocation Center

Free & Open to the Public

Co-Sponsored by the Department of Religion

Start Date: 
Wednesday, January 31, 2018 - 7:30pm

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