Resources By Phase - Dialogue - Sorted by Date

Our intergenerational equity framework provides a definition and five principles needed for building intergenerational equity in your community work.
Everyday Democracy's Approach - To Community-Police Engagement
Making sure that all young people have equitable opportunities to do well in school and in life is key to the health of our communities and our whole democracy. This brief guide is designed to help...
This guide for brief 2-hour community discussions was developed by Everyday Democracy for 2019's Stand Against Racism Day.
Key lessons we have learned about addressing racism in community initiatives
Everyday Democracy’s Dialogue to Change process is an adaptable approach to community engagement that is grounded in years of experience and learning with communities throughout the U.S. Download...
The step-by-step instructions provided here mirror the order that many discussion guides follow. They are designed to help the writing team move through a series of meetings and tasks to produce the...
Use these worksheets to help your group design a strategy for reaching out and getting new volunteers and participants.
This chart will help you understand how the process of dialogue differs from debate.
As you approach a large community-change initiative, pay attention to racial dynamics. Consider the following examples. Talk about how you might prevent or correct these situations.
Sometimes the way we view current events or interactions are based on our previous experiences. This activity will help the group get to know each other better and understand their histories.

Dialogue to Change

Our ultimate goal is to create positive community change that includes everyone, and our tools, advice, and resources foster that kind of change. Whether you’re grappling with a divisive community issue, or simply want to include residents’ voices in city government, Everyday Democracy's Dialogue to Change process, using a racial equity lens, can help.