AT THE TABLE

COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS

MORE ABOUT AT THE TABLE

Any big movement or change never starts with politics, it always begins with the people. In the 50s and 60s, house meetings were the gathering place of organizers; meeting at dinner tables across the country to break bread, and to strategize on ways to keep their communities and the people living in them safe. You and everyone else within your community know what they want their community to be — from the schools, to the safety, and even who represents you in government.

These meetings are set up by a community member, whether it’s at their home, at the park, or even at your local coffee shop. The organizer(s) can invite family, friends (old and new), and neighbors, all to give ways they will join to move the agenda of their community forward.

Host an #AtTheTable Community Conversation

If you live in Miami-Dade or Broward County, sign up to invite Rep. Shevrin Jones to host your own #AtTheTable community conversation. He wants to break bread with you and your neighbors.

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