FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW WE GOT STARTED

Long story short: TTT was a divinely inspired and progressive answer to a personal prayer by its founder Tiffany Robertson after the events surrounding Michael Brown and Von Derritt Meyers in 2014.

WHO WE ARE

The vision for TTT is to cultivate empathy among diverse community members through ongoing and honest discourse that identifies, challenges, and disrupts behavior patterns that contribute to interpersonal racial bias.

WHEN & WHERE

TTT Meets Every Tuesday from 9-11 a.m. and/or 6-8 p.m. @ various location throughout St. Louis City and its surrounding regions.

  Session I Session II Session III
Weekly Meetings January May September
Weekly Meetings February June October
Weekly Meetings March July November
Furlough (No Meetings) April August December

DO I HAVE TO COMMIT?

Tuesday’s are busy; we get that! The current TTT model does allow for a limited ͞trial participation͟ where Individuals are invited to come and experience TTT but will not have access to the closed FB groups until they have attended a minimum of 3 sessions and/or signed the Participation Agreement.

WHY WE DO IT

To initiate racial bias awareness on a micro level that advances action steps on the mezzanine and macro level.

HOW WE DO IT

By unpacking the sum of our respective experiences over specific subjects transparently and agreeing to extend grace for someone’s else’s truth even when we disagree or find it uncomfortable to digest.

IS TTT A SAFE PLACE?

As the name implies, our conversations can be edgy and considered too difficult for some to explore, so it shouldn’t be broadcast as a safe space. The relationships formed may make the participants feel safe among one another, but the TTT experience is about developing in an uncomfortable process.

WHAT WE DO

Choose to intentionally integrate by becoming accountable to BIPOC within the organic relationships formed through these ongoing dialogues.

IS THERE A COST?

Yes, but not as high as the price you are paying to not engage.

WHAT ELSE DO YOU DO?

Participants will have an opportunity to expand their commitment to their own growth through ongoing social activities that fortify the relationships formed and discover a permanent role in the vision of the TTT Community.

IS TTT AFFILIATED POLITICALLY OR RELIGIOUSLY?

Nope. TTT is not a religious or political organization, although its founder is unapologetically Christian; however, the intention of her vision is to help those who are least alike to build relationships even across political and religious beliefs.

Session ISession II Session III
Weekly MeetingsJanuaryMaySeptember
Weekly MeetingsFebruaryJuneOctober
Weekly MeetingsMarchJulyNovember
Furlough (No Meetings)AprilAugustDecember
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