Hope in the Cities builds trust through honest conversation on race, reconciliation and responsibility with the goal of creating just and inclusive communities. Specifically, it recognizes that personal change is the foundation for social change; it facilitates dialogue with people of all viewpoints and backgrounds, across racial, political and economic divides; and it demonstrates a model for community healing with “walks through history.” It aims to build diverse, sustainable teams and networks.
Hope in the Cities also facilitates interracial workshops, offers coaching and promotes partnerships and network building. It holds an Annual Metropolitan Richmond Day breakfast forum that brings together up to 400 grassroots, business, non-profit, education and government leaders.
This is a six-session community dialogue program that has been exported to cities across the nation and serves as a model for dialogue programs in the U.K. and Europe. Its emphasis is on personal responsibility and self-awareness to enable participants to engage safely with others in honest conversation.
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