Sometimes it can feel impossible to hold conversations that tackle difficult topics, especially when those conversations veer into political territory. In this episode, hosts Gabriel Cruz, Cameron Katz, and Maggie Bell explore facilitated dinner dialogues as a way to make connections with friends, family, and even strangers.
First, Adria Kitchens of Equitable Dinners Atlanta and Gary Sandling, who helped create the Feast of Reason at Monticello, share their tips and tricks for hosting a successful dinner dialogue. Then, Maggie, Cameron, and Gabriel join a dinner dialogue of their own with friends of the podcast.
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