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Toward a More Perfect Union
in an Age of Diversity


Guidelines for Study Circle Participants


The goal of a study circle is not to learn a lot of facts, but rather to deepen understanding and judgment, and to think about ways to make a difference on a community issue you care about. This can occur in a safe, focused discussion when people exchange views freely and consider a variety of views. The process -- democratic discussion among equals -- is as important as the content.

The following points are intended to help you make the most of your study circle experience.

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