It’s Time to Talk 2018

More than 1,300 men and women have participated in conversations about race, discrimination, unconscious bias, and cultural competency in our community through It’s Time to Talk.

Unfortunately, these important discussions are becoming harder to have. After the polarizing 2016 presidential election, the Southern Poverty Law Center noticed a dramatic jump in hate violence and incidents of harassment and intimidation around the country. Sadly, we routinely see these stories on the nightly news and across social media. It is the hope that It’s Time to Talk can create a safe space to engage with multiple voices and embrace the reality of multiple perspectives. After the event, the real work begins, as our community shares, works, and learns together.

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