A few weeks ago we risked the third rail and asked the question “How can we, as a new generation of young Bostonians, make Boston a more inclusive place that people of color from all over the world want to call home?”
The ONEin3 community wrote in with thought and consideration. Thank you to everyone who commented.
We were so impressed with how people engaged with this topic, one that Bostonians have had trouble addressing for a long time, that we decided we NEEDED a follow up plan.
So we were overjoyed when we noticed in the comments that the YWCA hosts a series called Community Dialogues which “brings people from all walks of life together to create stronger, safer and more unified neighborhoods.” The Dialogues are facilitated conversations on race and diversity designed to give people and organizations the framework that they need to discuss difficult issues.
So, we’re happy to announce that ONEin3 will be hosting a Community Dialogue series. The series will be 5 consecutive Tuesday evenings starting June 22nd at the YWCA Boston offices on Clarendon Street in Back Bay.
We have 15 spots open for ONEin3ers and we hope that you will sign up fast since the first session is coming up quickly.
Register here and make sure to tell them you heard about it through ONEin3 so that you’ll be placed in our session. **Please note that the registration does not allow you to indicate specifically what day/time you want to attend**
Out of these dialogues, ONEin3 has an opportunity to set an agenda for young Bostonians on the issue of race. Let’s take full advantage.