Problems in a community can be hard to solve when the people involved don’t communicate with each other because of their conflicting values across religious, cultural, political, social and other divides. On this teleconference, hear how the Ruth Mott Foundation in Flint, Michigan, worked with the Public Conversations Project to build relationships and trust so community members could work constructively on shared concerns. You’ll learn about communication tools and techniques that can bridge the divide among community stakeholders.
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