Minnesota Multicultural Summit: Difficult Dialogues and Healing Conversations
(Registration for this event will open later in the year)
MAMFT is partnering with MPA this year in hosting the Minnesota Multicultural Summit: Difficult Dialogues and Healing Conversations on November 6th.
We are looking for co-facilitators for a 90 minute Difficult Dialogue on a multicultural topic with evidence based literature. The goal is for facilitators to guide a small group discussion to help participants express, explore, and challenge their own opinions and thoughts in a safe environment.
“Difficult Dialogues emphasize a respectful expression of opposing views, providing an environment in which differing perspectives are defended, heard, and considered by those who hold conflicting ideas and values across cultures. The purpose of these dialogues is to provide opportunities for continued personal and professional growth. Participants in roundtable difficult dialogues usually take risks in expressing ideas, opinions, and perspectives about culture which may challenge themselves as well as other participants. Participants are expected to demonstrate respect for one another and remain open to guidance from the facilitators at all times.” (based on excerpt from APA National Multicultural Conference, 2019).
The application can be found here. The deadline to submit a proposal is April 1st.
Date & Location
Metropolitan State University
700 E 7th St
St Paul, MN 55106