Civic reflection is best experienced in person. The videos below can give you a sense of the sorts of conversations you can have. These reflections were facilitated by Salisbury University undergraduate students after just 90 minutes of training.
The Center for Civic Reflection is a national leader in dialogue and reflection. We use readings, images and videos to engage people in deep, productive conversation about issues that impact their communities and work in the world—a practice that we call civic reflection. We have trained more than 7,000 people to facilitate these discussions in their organizations and communities, and led over 20,000 people in public, community, and workplace dialogues.