Lafayette area Conversation Circles to continue
A local group is planning a second series of events focused on greater understanding and acceptance.
The Diversity Roundtable of Greater Lafayette is looking to host another set of conversation circles.
Co-facilitator Clyde Hughes says the environment at these events leads to more open dialogue, which brings about better understanding.
There were six circles that met three times over the course of the past three months. Hughes says he wants the next series of discussions to expand and include more people. About 50 took part in the first round of conversation circles.
The Diversity Roundtable, along with the Tippecanoe County Public Library, started the conversation circles as part of a broader effort called Building Common Ground.