Powerful Conversations on Race (PCR) is a monthly community dialogue series — with two tracks — exploring topics around race, racism, and the resulting impact. These sessions provide a means of getting comfortable talking about uncomfortable topics are rooted in humanities- and art-based materials and sources.
This IS NOT a lecture or book club, but rather a space for community to come together and dive deeply into a variety of topics concerning race. Active participation is expected.
PCR 101 sessions are great starting place for those new to these kinds of dialogues and/or those wishing to more fully understand America’s complex racial history. Race & . . . sessions explore more contemporary issues are are designed for those who wish to continue past PCR 101.
September’s sessions will focus on:
*For now, PCR sessions are being conducted via Zoom. A camera check-in will be requested when you enter the space and since we share our computer screen to show images and text, it is best to login from a laptop or tablet rather than a smartphone. Registration is managed through Eventbrite and the link is below.
Special thanks to our partners Asante Art Institute of Indianapolis, Community Action of Greater Indianapolis, Indiana Humanities, IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI, Medical Humanities & Health Program @ IUPUI, National Endowment of the Humanities, Nicholas H. Noyes, Jr., Memorial Foundation St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, The Indianapolis Foundation, a CICF affiliate and of course our community-based dialogue facilitators!