What are personal hopes for dialogues across similar and different social identities

What are personal hopes for dialogues across similar and different social identities. Read A. Ayvazian’s Women, Race and Racism: A Dialogue in Black and White in the Racism Chapter, and X. Zúñiga’s, G. Lopez and K. Ford, Intergroup dialogue as social justice pedagogy in this chapter. What are your personal hopes for dialogues across similar and different social identities? What steps could you take in your neighborhood community, place of worship, or college campus to participate or organize dialogues across differences? Engaging in dialogues across differences can be both challenging and rewarding. Go to the Everyday Democracy website https://www.everyday-democracy.org/resources/handouts (Links to an external site.) and review the “A comparison of dialogue and debate” handout. Take note of the characteristics that distinguish dialogue from debate , as you consider what steps you would take to prepare yourself to engage in a sustained dialogue effort about a controversial issue impacting in your community, place of worship, or college campus, etc.)