Opportunities for peace and understanding.
Center for Peace Victoria desires to bring our community together for
meaningful conversations in creative ways.
Better Angels Red Blue Online Workshop
Watch for more information about an online "Depolarization Within" version this fall.
We are looking for a Red and Blue organizer. These persons would be responsible for helping register 5-7 participants from either the red or blue side. Click here to email CFPV if you are interested. Watch for the Facebook event on Facebook and on the website in April to register.
See below for more details on the workshop.
Better Angels Red Blue Workshops bring Republicans and Democrats together to listen and learn from one another and find areas of commonality. Better Angels Red or Blue Skills Workshops teach participants how to speak to the other side in a way that they will listen. Danna Cole is a trained moderator for both workshops. To find out how to schedule a workshop, email email@example.com.
To find out more about Better Angels, visits their website at www.better-angels.org or click here or here to read about our Victoria Better Angel workshop in the Victoria Advocate.
Community Book Reads
Partnering with the Victoria Angela Program and the Victoria Public Library, Center for Peace Victoria hopes to bring people together to discuss difficult topics, such as racism, criminal injustices, immigration or poverty, by reading books together as a community. (See announcement above for current book).
Facilitated Dialogue Workshops
Through facilitated dialogue, participants can work through conflict in a safe, structured environment, Dialogues may center around conflicts, interfaith communication or differences in political or social perspectives.
To take the first steps to become a trained facilitator, attend the next Transformative Dialogue workshop by Quantum Circles Training and Consulting in Victoria, TX,
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Conversations Over Coffee
Conversations Over Coffee events bring community members together to engage in meaningful conversations about topics relevant to the community by discussing three thought-provoking questions.