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Dialogue for Affinity Groups

November 19, 2008

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A supplemental guide intended to give people with similar racial or ethnic backgrounds an opportunity to talk with each other about issues of racism in sessions preceding and following the regular diverse dialogue sessions of a community-wide study circle program. These optional discussions are designed to be used with Facing Racism in a Diverse Nation.

This is the English version of Diálogo para grupos homogéneos.

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