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GENESIS: A LIVING CONVERSATION
Outreach Report
Discussion Group Evaluation

Name:

Title:

Organization/Interfaith Council:

Address:

Telephone:

Fax:

What were responses from the viewers about the Genesis series?



Were there criticisms of the show?



If so, how did you handle them?



What positive feedback did you receive?



Was there a specific outreach through your organization/interfaith council?



Did you conduct outreach around the Genesis project to your clients?



If so, how did you start?



Did you have a preview screening as part of your outreach?



What was the initial reaction at the preview screening?



Who did you invite to the screening?



Was it "a Living Conversation?"



Was your organization/interfaith council involved with starting (a) discussion group(s) nationwide?_______ regionally?_______ locally?______



How did you start (a) discussion group(s)? Did you go through a church, synagogue, mosque, friends or colleagues?



How many people were in discussion groups on the average?



How often did the discussion groups meet?



Were they social gatherings? For example, some people met at a picnic or a coffee house to discuss with their discussion groups. Did you do anything creative like that?



Was there a group leader?



Did he/she emerge or was this the person that put the group together?



What were some of the resource materials used?



Did the resource guide help you?



How?



What were some of the interesting dialogue developments?



Were there differences or similarities between different ethnic groups/religions discussed that may enhance communications between individuals and groups?



What were some of the themes discussed?



Did everyone actively participate?



Did all participants fully listen to everyone else?



What did participants learn from others with different ethnic backgrounds and religions?



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