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Sat, Sep 26, 2020

9 AM – 4:30 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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Sustained Dialogue is an intergroup public peace process created by US diplomat Dr. Hal Saunders from his experience negotiating Middle East peace accords
¨In 1999, students at Princeton entered into SD circles to intentionally address entrenched campus conflicts around race and ethnicity – “Diving In”
¨Thus, SD is an intentional process used by parties to improve challenging relationships and come to action in intergroup conflicts – especially intergroup identity clashes.

¨Over four decades, it has been adapted to hundreds of workplaces, campuses, state negotiations, and communities

Sustained Dialogue works to improve community capacity to engage differences as strengths while helping people move from dialogue to action.

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