Clinton School to Partner on Coming to the Table Dialogue

The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will partner with the Arkansas Peace and Justice Memorial Movement to host a virtual Coming to the Table dialogue on Thursday, January 21 at 6 p.m. There is no charge to participate.

CTTT gatherings are free, online dialogues to specifically address interpersonal, community, and structural racial violence and trauma. The racial healing dialogue on January 21 will allow participants to share their personal experiences and emotions of racism. The virtual link to access the dialogue is here. Director of Local Programs and Regional Outreach Hilary Trudell and several Clinton School students will assist in facilitating the dialogue.

The APJMM Pulaski County Community Remembrance Project functions as the local chapter of Coming To The Table (CTTT) in central Arkansas. CTTT is a national nonprofit organization that has as its main objective to provide courageous spaces for people from different socio-economic backgrounds to sit at the same table and engage in honest and transparent discussions dealing with issues of structural violence and racial injustice.

The CTTT dialogue is part of APJMM’s week-long, statewide celebration of the National Day of Racial Healing in Arkansas. The week’s full schedule can be found here.



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