My Story My Truth: Documentary and Discussion on Racism and Conflict in MN

Join us for CRM’s Annual Meeting event:  Documentary and Discussion!

Event Date:  Saturday June 6, 2020  
Annual Meeting Start Time: 4
:30 p.m.  

(join us at 4:00 p.m. for Socializing and Networking )


To help the event be accessible to all, please consider a suggested donation of $20 (or any amount that is right for you) towards the facilitated discussion.  No tickets are required to attend this event but please RSVP with the pay what you can button below.  Please consider sending someone to this event by donating to our webinar scholarship fund.

Annual Meeting

Join us at CRM’s Annual Meeting at 4:30PM to learn about our Mission and Vision for CRM’s Participatory Approach to Healing the Divide in 2020/2021.  New Board Members will be voted on during this meeting.  Interested in joining the CRM Board?  Email CRM at 

My Story My Truth Documentary & Discussion

What is the role of race and racism in conflict, in our work with conflict, in our own biases and responses?  In this documentary My Story My Truthwe will hear true experiences of racism from African Americans in Minnesota.  In a facilitated conversation directly following the documentary led by the documentary’s producer Nyia Harris, we will unpack our reflections on the documentary and how race and racism is relevant to us and our field of working with conflict.

Socializing & Networking will start at 4PM, CRM’s annual meeting is from 4:30 – 5:30, then we will view the 90 minute documentary followed by a 45 minute facilitated discussion.

The documentary is also available for free online at

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