Night of 1,000 Conversations

Conversations on immigration to be held nationwide, with a particular focus this year on racial profiling.

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Feb 22, 2010 12:00 AM
Feb 28, 2010 12:00 AM


Homes and coffeeshops nationwide

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Over the past year, thousands of people from across the U.S. have gathered in homes, offices, coffee shops, and places of worship to talk about how government  policies are undermining the civil liberties and human rights of people living in America and how to work together to ensure these rights are restored.

This year, participants will discuss racial profiling, an ineffective policy that violates constitutional and human rights protections.

Join the Racial Profiling: Face the Truth campaign for the Night of 1,000 Conversations and host a Conversation of your own.



Hosting a Conversation is easy and fun.

Step 1: Register your Conversation.

Step 2: Download the "Night of 1,000 Conversations Toolkit" 

Step 3: Get ready for your Conversation.

  • Invite family and friends to your house or another meeting place.
  • Use stories,  factsheets, or other conversations starters to generate discussion.

Step 4: Have your Conversation.

  • Have your participants talk about their personal experiences.

Step 5: Send us your feedback.

Have fun. Keep it simple. Use dialogue to create change.

Read some testimonials from previous Night of 1,000 Conversation participants.


Related article in YES! Magazine:  Immigrants & American-born: Honest Talk About Immigration



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