Civic Dinners has partnered with Hands On Atlanta to host 50 Sunday Suppers in Atlanta on January 14th, 2018.
Help us kickoff the New Year with a conversation that matters.
There are many contemporary parallels to the issues at the heart of the Poor People’s Campaign. In Atlanta, concerns about affordable housing and extreme income inequality were at the forefront of the mayoral debates. The rights of workers, quality public education and the affordability of quality health care dominate the national narrative.
The goal of each of these Sunday Supper conversations is take key learnings from the successes and failures of the Poor People’s Campaign and leverage this knowledge to envision solutions for today’s critical issues with a diverse, committed group of citizens from various sectors of Atlanta.
THE FORMAT OF A CIVIC DINNER / SUNDAY SUPPER
HOST ONE OF 50 SUNDAY SUPPERS
Become one of 50 hosts for Hands on Atlanta's Sunday Supper on January 14th, 2018. Gather 6-10 friends, peers, colleagues and neighbors for dinner to discuss The Poor People's Campaign, exploring economic injustice, then and now.
YOUR ROLE AS A HOST
Civic Dinners makes organizing your supper easy. Simply go civicdinners.com/HOA-sundaysupper, click "Host a Dinner" and add your specific dinner details to create a custom dinner page to send to your guests to RSVP. All information regarding the conversation is automatically set, including email reminders and follow-ups sent to all guests and you as the host. Here are some things to keep in mind.
- Dinners can be in homes or restaurants, as long as it is a quiet space for 6-10 guests.
- Dinners can be set to "open" where anyone can RSVP or "host approval" where guests fill out more information about themselves and the host must approve guests before any confirmation is sent.
- Everyone pays for their own meal or brings a dish if it is potluck, so there is no cost burden on the host.
- The Host Guide includes all prompts and questions that guide the conversation so you can sit back, relax and listen.
- Civic Dinners are designed to be inclusive, so hosts are encouraged to invite diverse voices to the table to enable a robust conversation.
- Remember to post photos and share your experience on social media tagging @HandsOnAtlanta @CivicDinners and #MLKATL50
- After the dinner, Civic Dinners will follow up with guests with a survey link to share their reflections, ideas and feedback.
Have more questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or fill out the form below for a personal follow-up from the Civic Dinners team.
INTERESTED IN HOSTING A SUNDAY SUPPER ON JANUARY 14th, 2018?
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JOIN ONE OF 50 SUNDAY SUPPERS
HAPPENING IN ATLANTA ON JANUARY 14, 2018
Join us at the table for a conversation exploring economic injustice in Atlanta. Meet others who want to make a difference and find ways to get more involved in making Atlanta more economically inclusive. You can join one of a dozen dinners already posted or request an invite and get matched with a host.
Thanks so much for your interest in joining us at the table on January 14th for a conversation that matters.