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Rob Corcoran writes of his first hand experience of trustbuilding through the work of Hope in the Cities in Richmond, VA. This article is part of an issue of the National Civic Review dedicated to racial healing and equity that can be found at this link.
Benjamin P. Campbell: pastor emeritus of Richmond Hill, a pastoral associate at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; author of “Richmond’s Unhealed History
Edward L. Ayers: historian and former president of the University of Richmond, board chair of the American Civil War Museum in Richmond
John V. Moeser: professor emeritus of urban studies and planning at VCU; retired senior fellow of the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement at the University of Richmond
Blog by Rob Corcoran, author of 'Trustbuilding: An Honest Conversation on Race, Reconciliation, and Responsibility', has facilitated dialogue, reconciliation and partnerships among diverse and polarized racial, ethnic, and religious groups in an array of locales across the United States and in Europe, South Africa, India, Australia and Brazil. He is Strategic Advisor for Community Trustbuilding at Initiatives of Change and founder of its Hope in the Cities program, which models honest conversation and sustained partnerships across traditional boundaries. He has lived with his family in Richmond since 1980.
Dr. Gail Christopher, Senior Advisor & Vice President for TRHT, W.K. Kellogg Foundation
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
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