To help service providers and community leaders overcome similar challenges in their own communities, Active Voice has produced the two short video “modules” below to help them use the Shelbyville story in practical settings such as trainings and as an educational tool for meetings.
“Hawo’s Dinner Party: The New Face of Southern Hospitality“
Watch a teaser for the module below:
“Hawo’s Dinner Party: The New Face of Southern Hospitality” is a tool designed to support community leaders — including educators, clergy, law enforcement, public officials and employers — who are helping to integrate newcomers from Muslim-majority countries, often against considerable obstacles. It was developed to deepen discussions, break the ice around difficult issues, build-bridges across faith and culture and enhance cultural competency among service providers.
“Building a Nation of Neighbors”
Watch a segment of the module below:
“Building a Nation of Neighbors” is designed to promote community-building and harmony between native-born Americans and immigrants and refugees nationwide.