Dialogue Nights Returns As In-Person Event!

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It’s unusual to be able to experience something fresh 22 events into an ongoing series, but that was the case with the recent Dialogue Nights. On July 29, and after two years and six virtual events, nearly 30 Boston-area university students and young professionals returned to the Ikeda Center for an evening of joyful, rejuvenating dialogue, in the process experiencing what one participant called a “fun, real, connecting space.” In her introduction to the event, which was called “Revitalizing Our Relationships: What Does That Look Like Now?,” Center Program Manager Lillian I said that planning sessions with the youth committee revealed that the forced isolation of the pandemic caused us to value our relationships even as we struggled “to navigate the different relationships in our lives over the past two years,” including “friendships, family relationships, romantic relationships, work relationships.”

Read about the in-person Dialogue Nights here!

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