Moving Conversations to Communities: How to Host an Actionable On the Table

While making connections, talking and listening to our neighbors over a meal is at the heart of On the Table, we know that over the past four years, so many participants have taken these conversations a step further. They’ve worked with each other to take action, and make change in their community. But how do you get there? Originally posted April 18, 2018 by the Chicago Community Trust. Reprinted with permission

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Grand Junction kicks off ATTC with “Does Public Art Matter?” at Mesa County Libraries

There were 12 participants and I felt the group was a great balance of people who already knew each other or were familiar with each other, people widening their circle, and a couple of people who didn’t know anyone at the beginning. It was nice that some of the participants were able to fill in gaps about the history of art in our community or about the efforts and goals of some of the current organizations.

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