Sign-up for Learning Together Today, Walla Walla
Thank you for your interest in contributing to Learning Together Today (LTT), Walla Walla, a way to reflect on the current moment, your ongoing life experiences, and be informed and inspired by others in the Walla Walla Valley community.
This year (2020-21), LTT Walla Walla will focus on fostering joyful and restorative anti-racist reflection on community health and wellness in recognition of the past, present, and future intricacies brought to light by the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Once you sign up, you'll receive a twice-weekly email (Monday/Friday) with a prompt that you can complete with a word, phrase, or couple sentences on an open, shared Google Doc. You can enjoy and be inspired by what others have posted, and know that you are inspiring others.
If you have questions about Learning Together Today, Walla Walla, please email
Learning Together Today was created by the Center for Community Learning at Western Washington University and adapted to connect Whitman College and Walla Walla by Abby Juhasz, Devon Player (Whitman College '23), and Kelsey Martin.
This program is part of Whitman College’s 2020–21 organizing theme: Race, Violence, and Health.
By signing up for Learning Together Today, Walla Walla, I will uphold the following community ground rules (please check all boxes indicating your acceptance):
Please hold this as a reflection space, not a discussion or debate space.
Do not delete any reflections shared by others.
Be respectful. Speak your own truth and listen to others’ truths.
Allow your assumptions and narratives to be challenged.
Assume positive intent, but don’t be afraid to acknowledge harm. LTT facilitators will be available to address any reflection that goes against the community ground rules.
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