The Dallas Dinner Table will meet virtually to discuss healing and unity, honoring King’s legacy

 

Special to The Dallas Examiner

 

The roots of racism run deep, cultivated through hundreds of years of history. For those in a position of privilege, systemic racism is often difficult to recognize or understand. How can concerned citizens address those issues so that healing can begin? One avenue according to experts is conversation: respectful, meaningful discussion shared by people who might not otherwise connect.

That’s the concept of Dallas Dinner Table, an independent non-profit organization focused on improving race relations in the DFW Metroplex, “One Dinner at a Time.” The next Dallas Dinner Table event will take place virtually on Monday from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Participants will gather online in separate breakout rooms for guided conversations.

“Our mission is more important than ever this year,” Wright said. “Racial divisions and political disagreements have widened the chasm separating people of differing races and belief systems, against the backdrop


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