Talk at the Tuckshop – Interracial Friendships and Relationships
7 Aug | 2 – 4pm
Conducted via Zoom
$5 per participant
Singapore is often described and known as a diverse society. But how much do we really know about our peers of different races, beyond their primary customs and what we observe on the surface?
Through specially designed virtual activities, we invite you to share with us your experience and hear about the lived experiences of people from other communities, as we explore Singapore as our home.
Price is inclusive of curator tour, unique souvenirs from the Home, Truly special exhibition and snacks.
This programme is suitable for all participants aged 16 and above, and is held in conjunction with the exhibition Home, Truly: Growing Up with Singapore, 1950s to the Present.
Biography of Facilitators
The Common Ground seeks to facilitate the critical partnership between people, public and private sectors. As part of The Thought Collective, it is driven by the goal of supporting a generational shift towards a braver, kinder and stronger Singapore, and building up the city's social and emotional capital. The Common Ground does this through the work of developing the capacity of community builders, facilitating cross-sector stakeholder collaborations, and encouraging ground-up social innovation.
Visit https://ndoh-talk-at-the-tuckshop.peatix.com/ to register!