We often talk about bringing together people and organizations from different sectors to do collaborative work, but it is also essential to bring folks from different generations into the conversation. What are the common differences we see across generations when working in collaboration, and how can we work through these challenges?

Joining this cross-generational conversation on collective and community work is Sheri Brady, Ana Taukolo, and Junious Williams. This discussion was originally hosted at the Champions for Change virtual workshop on September 16, 2020.

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