The Community Trustbuilding Fellowship increases the capacity of community leaders to overcome divisions of race, culture, economics and politics by creating a network of skilled facilitators, capable team builders and credible role models.
The second of the five modules is a capacity building process in racial reconciliation. Participants develop a deeper understanding of how history impacts our lives today, and how appreciating shared history can unite deeply divided communities.
Skill sets include:
Understanding the power of unhealed historical wounds
Hearing history from the “other’s” point of view
Reflecting on the role of forgiveness in moving from hurt to healing