People’s Supper Guidebook


The Erie Mayor’s office invites residents across Erie to participate in a People’s Supper of their own. The People’s Supper uses shared meals to build trust and connection among people of different identities and perspectives, centered on the belief- to quote a popular adage- that “change moves at the speed of trust” and trust moves at the speed of relationships. In 2019, 80 Erie residents sat down for a series of People’s Suppers, exploring together their individual and collective Erie Stories. As this series uncovered pain points of racial inequity in our community, these participants came up with a series of projects to make Erie more equitable that are in process today. We invite you to use this guide from The People’s Supper to convene others across Erie- be it at your faith community, your company, or in your neighborhood- for a series of virtual People’s Suppers, continuing the conversation about how to make Erie a place where all residents have the opportunity to thrive. 

Click the Virtual Justice Journey Guidebook link below to learn more

Live Copy
Live Copy at ThePeoplesSupper.org
Local Copy (may be outdated)
Local Copy (last updated 2021-07)

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