The Community Conversations program was created in 2015 with the belief that facilitated conversation engages a community better than rhetoric and argument. Communities, large and small, identify issues that are important to them, and come together to discuss them through a humanities lens. The act of coming together demonstrates a willingness to listen, and the dialogue itself begins to dissolve barriers and misunderstandings.

Utah Humanities provides not-for-profit organizations with materials and resources to help host successful community conversations. Sponsoring organizations may apply for one-time stipends of up to $200 to be used in conjunction with the UH Community Conversations Toolkits. Find more information on Community Conversations here

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* 1. In what city or town do you live?

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* 2. If your community were to have a conversation, what topics would be most relevant? (i.e. Aging, Social Justice, Political Divides, Religious Tensions, etc.)

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* 3. Would you be interested in having a Community Conversation in your area? If yes, please include your name, city, and email address below.

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* 4. Would you be interested in being trained as a Community Conversation Facilitator? If yes, please include your name, city, and email address below. 

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