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Boggs Center to Hold Community Dialogues this Fall

William Copeland recently sent this announcement to the NCDD Discussion list, and I thought I’d share it on the blog as well.  The Detroit-based Boggs Center to Nurture Community Development is hosting a series of interesting conversations this fall.  William says they promise to be meaningful exchanges, and invites all to attend.

William had this to say about the conversations:

“The Boggs Center is committed to creating a series of conversations in the fall. Some of you attended our artist-activist community building in the spring and summer and expressed interest in participating in the fall dialogues. We wanted to announce, for some, and remind others of the specific dates and topics of the conversations. We hope that you will be able to join us for as many of these discussions as possible so that these conversations (and the connections shared over the next few months) can build upon each other.”

Sun. September 24 – Series Kickoff: Bringing Balance into our Lives, our Struggles, our Communities (3:00 pm)

Sat. October 7 – Vincent & Rachel Harding and Valdina Oliveira Pinto: Spirit and Struggle: Feeding our Souls, Revitalizing our Committment (5:00 pm)

Sun. October 29 – Lifestyle choices: Financial education and health (3:00 pm)

Sun. November 5th – Discussion with Gar Alperovitz: Beyond Capitalism (11-1 pm)

Sun. December 3th – Consciousness raising and cultural work (3:00 pm)

Sun. December 17th – Wrap up: What will we do in this time of Great Turning? (3:00 pm)

Boggs Center to Nurture Community Leadership

3061 Field St. Detroit, MI 48214

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The Boggs Center is situated just north of Belle Isle, near the major intersection of Mack Avenue and East Grand Blvd. 3061 Field St. is located on the southwest corner of Field and Goethe.

From I-75:

Exit on Mack. Go east approximately 2 miles to Field. Turn right on Field and go 2 blocks South to 3061, on the right.

From I-94:

Exit on Mt. Elliot. Go south approximately 1 mile to Mack. Turn left on Mack. Go east 1/2 mile to Field. Turn right on Field and go 2 blocks south to 3061, on the right.

From East Jefferson:

Turn onto East Grand Blvd heading north (away from Belle Isle). Go north

3/4 mile to Goethe. Turn right on Goethe and go one block east to 3061 Field, on the right.

Questions? Contact Will Copeland at wcopelan@umich.edu or 313-718-0868.

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Sandy Heierbacher co-founded the National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation (NCDD) with Andy Fluke in 2002, with the 60 volunteers and 50 organizations who worked together to plan NCDD’s first national conference. She served as NCDD's Executive Director between 2002 and 2018. Click here for a list of articles and resources authored by Sandy.

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