The Detroit Center for Civil Discourse

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Seeking Civil Discourse Fellows

Starting this fall, the DCCD will begin the Civil Discourse Fellowship at Wayne State University. We will select 10-16 WSU Students from diverse backgrounds who will receive a $1,000 stipend for participating. They will meet bi-weekly to engage with each…

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“Making Sense of Yemen: Past, Present, & Future”

On Monday, February 4th, the Detroit Center for Civil Discourse hosted a panel discussion on the situation in Yemen called, “Making Sense of Yemen: Past, Present, and Future,” at Wayne State University, cosponsored by American Jewish Committee/Jewish Community Relations Council…

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Panel on Yemen Tomorrow

Check out this article in the Detroit Jewish News about us and tomorrow’s panel on Yemen. You can R.S.V.P. for the panel on our Facebook page by clicking here. https://thejewishnews.com/2019/01/31/detroit-center-for-civil-discourse-panel-discussion/    

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Making Sense of Yemen: Past, Present, and Future–This Monday!

–Dialogue and Partnership between Diverse Groups and Individuals: It can happen!” The Detroit Center for Civil Discourse is an organization working towards bringing diverse individuals and communities together to promote mutual understanding through shared interests. As part of this mission, the…

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National Day of Racial Healing

On Tuesday, January 22nd, the Detroit Center for Civil Discourse partnered with Detroit Public Schools, the Detroit Public Schools Foundation, Hillel Day School and Farber Hebrew Day School to organize a National Day of Racial Healing. Around 500 7th and…

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Blog

Dear friends and supporters, This morning the Detroit Center for Civil Discourse hit a milestone: our first working meeting in our new offices, located on the third floor of the Faculty Building of Wayne State University.  We are so grateful…

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