Service in an Age of Inequalityhttp://www.wbez.org/sections/work/service-age-inequality-100259
From the WBEZ Website: As the National Conference for Volunteering and Service kicked off its annual conference in Chicago with 4,000 people in attendance, 24 civic leaders – from Chicago, Texas, Colorado, Indiana, and beyond – gathered for a discussion on the theme of “Service in an Age of Inequality.”
Marking the Day: The Tenth Anniversary of 9-11http://www.wbez.org/content/marking-day-tenth-anniversary-9-11
From the WBEZ Website: A group of 24 leaders from a wide range of civic and community organizations around Chicago gathered in WBEZ's Jim and Kay Mabie Performance Studio on Monday for an in-depth discussion about the meaning of 9/11, now and going forward.
A Round-Table Discussion on Teaching, Learning, and Powerhttp://www.wbez.org/news/education/round-table-discussion-teaching-learning-and-power-98809
From the WBEZ Website: A group of 31 teachers, students, principals, and others in education from a wide range of schools around Chicago gathered in WBEZ's Community Room for an in-depth discussion about teaching, learning, and power.
Adam Davis encourages groups to reflect more to build better communitieshttp://www.wbez.org/blogs/bez/2012-06/adam-davis-encourages-groups-reflect-more-build-better-communities-99786
From the WBEZ Website: Adam Davis has an idea of how you can start to see your co-workers in a different light. Rather than just seeing your colleague as "the jerk down the hall" you can start to see him more as a partner in a shared mission. It's all part of building community and strengthening democracy. The process of reaching this takes work but, more importantly, it takes reflection.