Recognizing the importance of attracting and engaging diverse groups, the Levine Museum of the New South developed a 10-month sustained dialogue program for Millennials in Charlotte, North Carolina, an emerging immigrant gateway. The curriculum—co-created by museum staff, university evaluators, and 14 Millennial participants—explores the most pressing issues of the diversifying New South and ways participants can take action to increase access and/or inclusion within their spheres of influence. Examine how Millennials view dialogue and how they envision its role as a vehicle for social change. Education, Audience Research & Evaluation track generously supported by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Heather Smith, Kamille Bostick, Susan Harden