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Sustained Dialogue: How Students Are Changing Their Own Racial Climate

In 2006, Priya Parker, realizing the University of Virginia's campus climate needed dialogue, created a student-led process to improve race relations. The campus approach brings small groups of students from widely different backgrounds together for a year of deep conversation.

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Abstract

Sustained Dialogue, used in the past to ease international tensions, is finding its way into colleges and universities that wish to change unhealthy race-based attitudes and behaviors. The campus approach brings small groups of students from widely different backgrounds together for a year of deep conversation.

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