Individuals and organizations other than Everyday Democracy produced the majority of the videos listed below. Most of these videos document the experiences of dialogue-to-action programs around the country.
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A tour of Everyday Democracy's Issue Guide Exchange
Addressing the student achievement gap through dialogue and action
Communities Creating Racial Equity: Learning Exchange 2009
Engaging young people in dialogue and problem solving
Everyday Democracy at the Centre for Social Impact, Canberra, Australia
Greensboro: Closer to the Truth movie trailer
Hopkinsville, Ky., residents make strides in improving police-community relations
Hundreds participate in Strong Starts for Children kick-off events
Integrating Communications in Dialogue-to-Change Efforts
Iowa State Extension Program: Food for All
Iowa State Extension Program: Welcome We Help
Iowa State Extension Program: Woodbine Elementary
Lynchburg, VA: Many Voices, One Community action forum
Lyunchburg, VA: Many Voices, One Community video
Manassas City, VA: Neighborhood Improvement Circles
Many Voices, One Community program addresses structural racism
Montgomery County Public School students sharing their dialogue-to-change experiences
Montgomery County Public School Study Circles
New Haven, Conn., residents make progress in creating a "culture of dialogue"
No need to reinvent the wheel: What's already been done about the issue you're about to address?
Organizing before diving into dialogues
Portsmouth, N.H.: Twelve years of public problem solving
Finalists for the Reinhard Mohn Prize 2011: Portsmouth Listens (2011)
Prince William County, VA: Pilot Study Circles - Participant Reactions
South Bronx Conversations for Change
South Bronx Organizing Training
South Sacramento Media Action Forum
Stratford, Conn., residents address racial equity issues in policing, education, and town leadership
Strong Starts for Children - All Indian Pueblo Council
Strong Starts for Children - Cuidando Los Niños
Strong Starts for Children - Native American Professional Parent Resources, Inc.
Strong Starts for Children - Pajarito Mesa
Strong Starts for Children - University of New Mexico Family Development Program
Syracuse Study Circles: Community-Wide Dialogue
Taking food justice into their own hands
The Indianapolis Resource Center video: Connections. Conversation. Community. Action.
Winner of the "Making Every Voice Matter" YouTube video contest (2008)
Turning a 'food desert' into a 'food oasis'
Two communities, One goal: Building prosperity
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