Together We Dine

Network with a diverse group of Dallas community members at our Together We Dine events. Share a meal with total strangers as you engage in courageous and safe conversations about race relations, tell your experiences and listen to the stories of your fellow diners.

Led by a trained facilitator at each table, you’ll participate in healthy and structured dialogue, answering questions such as:

  • Describe the racial makeup of your community growing up. How did it shape your views on race?
  • What is your first memory of racism? How did it affect you?
  • What gives you hope about future race relations in America?

By discussing our beliefs and differences over dinner, we hope that the Together We Dine experience will continue to prove that what unites us is greater than what divides us. The program is created by Project Unity in conjunction with St. Paul UMC and Highland Park UMC as well as the Dallas Bar Association, whose members serve as facilitators.

Review our upcoming programs for information on Together We Dine events and registration details. The events are free to attend and some locations offer complimentary child care. Advance registration is required as these events tend to fill up quickly and move to waiting list status.