Reflection Guide for Community Conversations

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To extend the conversation, those who watch the Community Conversations panel are welcome to reflect on the event’s dialogue with a reflection worksheet as a guide.

View and download the PDF: Community Conversations Reflection Sheet

The guide asks groups, families or individuals to complete the following:

  • List at least one thing you learned during the panel.
  • Answer “What does it mean to be a good citizen? Why does this matter?”
  • Answer “What rights do all citizens have?”
  • Answer “Have I/we witnessed discrimination in our community? If so, what can I/we do to stand up against it?”

Additional reflection can include evaluating personal biases and deciding on one way to become involved locally with civic engagement. 4-H recommends youth learn about civic affairs, build decision-making skills and connect to others as ways of becoming involved.