Barefoot Dialogue is an experiment in human and land relating and belongs in the larger genre of sustained dialogue. Barefoot brings together groups of 12-16 students, who meet twice monthly over meals hosted by faculty and staff and across the full academic year.
These groups are guided by a pair of trained student facilitators, who invite participants to choose vulnerability as a more beneficial way to draw out differences and encourage a deeper listening.
Join us for this panel of students as they share from their Barefoot experiences and reflect openly on how this work impacts their relating on campus, back home, and in our larger society.
Sponsored by the Classes of ’73, ’74, ’75. All are welcome.