For decades social change activists have said, “If you want peace, work for justice.” But we also know that that working for justice evokes conflict. Working with conflict is particularly difficult in a culture as highly polarized as today’s culture is. This year’s Trialogue will begin with a skill-building session for dealing conflict and bias. The following sessions will feature moderated panel conversations, one with elected leaders and another with religious leaders. Each of those panels will address matters of conflict, justice, and peace in their work.
The Trialogue series is free and open to the public.
Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice
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