The City of Tulsa is holding virtual dialogues throughout the month of October to educate people on racial equity and equality.
The city started the program in 2018 and picked it back up again for the first round of discussions in August. The second dialogue is Tuesday evening.
The virtual conversations are hosted by Mayor's Office of Resilience and Equity. They are part of an effort to educate Tulsans on how to better understand their neighbors and peers of different backgrounds. This will be the second of many sessions that will take place and each session has 8-10 speakers with a trained facilitator to moderate the discussion.
Chief resilience Officer Krystal Reyes said these discussions are more important to our community now than ever before,.
“These conversations are places for people to come together from all parts of the city all backgrounds all levels of awareness around these issues to have a dialogue and talk about what we would like to see in Tulsa”
You can find more information or sign up for this evenings virtual discussion on the City of Tulsa's website.