I recently organized a team of facilitators to facilitate dialogue circles at the annual MixedRemixed Festival held at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles. The festival celebrates the mixed race experience. Read about it here.
The last time we went through a Presidential election season, I posted something that revealed a particular political point of view on Facebook. Big mistake. First one point, then another counterpoint. Then another person agreeing with the first point, then someone … Continued
The Dialogue Circle Method (previously known as “Diversity Circles” ) was developed during the spring of 1991 by Angelo John Lewis with the support of a twelve-person planning committee at Princeton University. The method has since been used at a … Continued
The current presidential debate season illustrates how debate contrasts with dialogue. Debates are competitive affairs, where the goal is to win and the object is to get other debaters to concede points. At the end of the day, one person … Continued