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    CERRU takes students along the path of being healthy conversationalists

    On September 11th, The Center For Ethnic Racial and Religious Understanding (CERRU) held an interactive workshop in Powdermaker Hall led by dialogue fellowship director, Alysa Gray, where attendees were offered dialogue tools necessary for tackling difficult conversations.   Starting off the workshop on a high note, attendees were given the opportunity to introduce themselves in an effort to create a more comfortable environment and encourage students to share their thoughts during the workshop’s interactive activities. Before the hands-on training began, Gray detailed a list of community agreements she insisted every person should keep in the back of their mind when having a conversation, which included acknowledging vulnerability, embracing risk, being…