Groups complete Handout 6:2 together, and draw up lists of people and organizations in real life. Any issue has a spectrum of participating groups or people—partners or allies, opponents, and the “movable middle” or the “swing list.” Successful advocates typically direct their attention to those in the middle who are ambivalent or who have not yet made up their mind.
Bring groups back together after 15 minutes and ask:
The person who is affirmed by the previous participant is the next person to share. All participants only share once, and the last person to share can affirm the person who started.
A link to an electronic evaluation of the class will be distributed via email to participants if so desired. They are encouraged to share their feedback with the curriculum developers.
Read “That Passeth All Understanding” by Denise Levertov and extinguish the chalice.
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Last updated on Wednesday, March 13, 2013.
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