Kansas City, Missouri- Please join us Tuesday, April 14th for our Virtual Community Conversations at 10am. As part of it’s programing, KC Parks has been working with the Center for Conflict Resolution to help improve community conversations. Center for Conflict Resolution has heard from various community members and organizations that people need a space to talk about what is going on in their lives and communities. KC Parks is excited to partner with Center for Conflict Resolution and provide a space where people can process the effects of this pandemic together.
These conversations are every Tuesday and Thursday from 10am-11am, virtually. Tuesday April 14, 2020 topic:
Trauma and Your Window of Tolerance: How Covid -19 is Changing us all. There will be a 30-minute opportunity to talk with the Executive Director, Annette Lantz-Simmons about these conversations. Video recording of the group will be allowed, we ask for you to respect participants who may NOT want to be recorded. We ask that you record during group time with those who are willing to participate with media present.
Tuesday, April 14, 2020 9:30am interview with Annette Lantz-Simmons-Executive Director of Center for Conflict Resolution and at 10:00am-11am Community Conversation
Zoom Link for Joining Interview and Conversations HTTPS://ZOOM.US/J/787352916 Password to join: -025911
Kansas City Parks and Recreation Mission:
To improve the quality of life, health and wellness of our community by providing socially equitable, community-driven programming and environmentally sound natural resource management. https://kcparks.org/
Center for Conflict Resolution:
The Center for Conflict Resolution (CCR), formerly the Community Mediation Center, is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization that provides mediation services, facilitation and training to individuals and organizations. By using restorative justice (RJ) processes and providing safe, structured and positive environments, CCR empowers people to solve conflict in their lives, giving them the tools, they need to choose understanding over escalating conflict and to find peaceful solutions. www.ccrkc.org