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Co-creating Peace Episode #89 – “Living Room Conversations: Connecting Across Divides”

October 09, 2022 Kathleen Oweegon
Co-creating Peace Episode #89 – “Living Room Conversations: Connecting Across Divides”
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Co-creating Peace Episode #89 – “Living Room Conversations: Connecting Across Divides”
Oct 09, 2022
Kathleen Oweegon

Welcome to “Living Room Conversations: Connecting Across Divides”, Episode #89 of Co-creating Peace.

There is an unmet need that many of us experience. You’ve heard me speak about it before. It is the need to feel heard, to be acknowledged for who we are and how we perceive the world. Sadly, sometimes we have great difficulty in getting that need met. That’s where Living Room Conversations comes in. Living Room Conversations is an organization that helps people to have safe, peaceful, comfortable conversations about the kinds of issues that we find disagreement about, that we feel a great deal of passion about.

Joining me today is Annie Caplan to tell us about  Living Room Conversations, the resources they have to share, and how each and every one of us can have these conversations ourselves.       

Annie Caplan is an educator, community organizer, and Community Engagement Partner for Living Room Conversations. She loves connecting people and witnessing what can unfold when people come together and share their stories and experiences. Annie aims to foster inclusive and accessible environments where folks feel comfortable showing up as their most authentic selves.

To learn more about Living Room Conversations and access their vast array of dialogue resources, visit livingroomconversations.org. You can find their Conversation Agreements at: livingroomconversations.org/conversation_agreements

Please support Co-creating Peace:

  • Subscribe to Co-creating Peace on your favorite podcast provider
  • Send me your ideas for topics and guests or be a guest to talk about your communication or conflict resolution challenges and receive free communication coaching
  • Share on social media & tell the world about Co-creating Peace!
  • Become a patron at www.patreon.com/CocreatingPeace

Visit BridgesofPeace.com to learn more about Kathleen and her work.

Show Notes

Welcome to “Living Room Conversations: Connecting Across Divides”, Episode #89 of Co-creating Peace.

There is an unmet need that many of us experience. You’ve heard me speak about it before. It is the need to feel heard, to be acknowledged for who we are and how we perceive the world. Sadly, sometimes we have great difficulty in getting that need met. That’s where Living Room Conversations comes in. Living Room Conversations is an organization that helps people to have safe, peaceful, comfortable conversations about the kinds of issues that we find disagreement about, that we feel a great deal of passion about.

Joining me today is Annie Caplan to tell us about  Living Room Conversations, the resources they have to share, and how each and every one of us can have these conversations ourselves.       

Annie Caplan is an educator, community organizer, and Community Engagement Partner for Living Room Conversations. She loves connecting people and witnessing what can unfold when people come together and share their stories and experiences. Annie aims to foster inclusive and accessible environments where folks feel comfortable showing up as their most authentic selves.

To learn more about Living Room Conversations and access their vast array of dialogue resources, visit livingroomconversations.org. You can find their Conversation Agreements at: livingroomconversations.org/conversation_agreements

Please support Co-creating Peace:

  • Subscribe to Co-creating Peace on your favorite podcast provider
  • Send me your ideas for topics and guests or be a guest to talk about your communication or conflict resolution challenges and receive free communication coaching
  • Share on social media & tell the world about Co-creating Peace!
  • Become a patron at www.patreon.com/CocreatingPeace

Visit BridgesofPeace.com to learn more about Kathleen and her work.