Do you Dialogue?

Posted by Krystle On 12/08/2009

I happen to notice this defaced bathroom stall the other day. While I don’t support vandalism, especially the kind one finds on a bathroom stall that only serves to inform me, “for a good time, call Maude”.

However, this particular bathroom stall looked more like a conversation than anything else. While a bathroom door is not an appropriate venue, an open public dialogue is important for a democratic society. (I know, I know, you’ve heard this a million times, but it’s true.) BrandAware looks issues at issues such as sustainability, human rights, labour rights, and animal rights. This is only my personal opinion, but I think that the only way to solve these issues is to tell people. This is how you get other involved in your cause – how you get them to care.

When was the last time you talked to someone in your life about these issues? Since I’m curious, let’s hear about it in the comments: Do you dialogue?

1 Response to 'Do you Dialogue?'

  1. Anonymous Said,
    http://blog.brandaware.org/2009/12/do-you-dialogue.html?showComment=1260468716509#c6966145680659007660'> December 10, 2009 at 1:11 PM

    As college would have it, I was randomly placed with two roommates this year.

    Both raging Christians, one is blatantly racist and the one is openly homophobic. I often find myself telling them that their comments are racist, but the conversations still seem to come up.

    I guess I dialog often.

     

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