Medford Conversations’ mission is to include and actively engage a multiplicity of voices in our community. Through conversations, the project hopes to encourage people to create and act on visions for a sustainable, just, and thriving Medford.
The Medford Conversations Project Winter 2017 kicked off on January 29th with “Who Belongs? Dialogues about Race and Ethnicity in Medford and Beyond.”
Medford High School senior Nick Keniston created a video to promote the project. This video was also showed at the opening event.
The Series takes place from 1/29/17 through 3/12/17 and includes two city-wide gatherings & three small conversation circles. Learn more and register at http://medfordconversations.org/.
“It is extremely important that we come together, in unity, to discuss topics of race, ethnicity and inclusion both in Medford as well as throughout the nation,” said Mayor Stephanie M. Burke. “I am truly pleased to be a part of such thoughtful discussions with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences. I look forward to the closing city-wide conversation March 12th at Tufts University.”