The COVID-19 pandemic continues to shift the ways we connect with one another as it demonstrates the immediacy of access to accurate, real-time data and information. These existing and emerging multi-sector networks can aid us as we try to solve complex issues like health inequity, systemic racism, and police brutality. We invite you to join us to share how you are maintaining connectedness with the communities in which you serve and the new ways you are engaging with others in times of crisis.
All In often says that the "wisdom is in the room," meaning communities are the experts on their own work and lives and Network members learn as much from one another than from any formal presentation. As the COVID crisis continues, Listening Sessions provide those "rooms" virtually.
All In Listening Sessions are designed for communities to discuss issues, strategize responses, or vent constructively to a friendly, non-judgmental community of peers. Listening sessions aim to be loosely structured, audience-guided platforms for conversation.
Join us, on Friday, June 26, from 1 - 2 pm CST. Sign in at any time during the one-hour block and stay as long as you like. Please note that space is limited to the first 100 people. Stay tuned for more information about upcoming Listening Sessions.