January Coffee Talk: Dialoguing Through Our Differences

Celebrating our Differences” by Ayesha Malik

I was 6 years old when I did my first public speaking event. It was picture day at school and I decided to wear my favorite outfit, which happened to be traditional Pakistani clothing. (READ MORE)

Abide With Me” by Liv Larson Andrews

Growing up in the 1990’s, I learned a lot about tolerance. I recall it being the “word of the year” at my junior high school when I was in 7th grade.  (READ MORE)

Dialoguing For Health” by Kimberly Burnham 

The question of what we need in order to dialogue across differences raises more questions: Are we different? (READ MORE)

The Effect of Differences on the Brain” by Kimberly Burnham

Do something new. Think, care, and create in your community. Expand your definition of community.(READ MORE)

Bringing all voices to the table is crucial, but not easy” by Meredith Hutchison Hartley

The FāVS leadership team talk about improving dialogue a lot — obsessively, even — and we’re especially concerned about helping people from less-represented background join the conversation here. (READ MORE)

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