A special edition of E-News from Everyday Democracy (formerly the Study Circular)
Tuesday, May 06, 2008
The sky terrace at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science offers this view of the City Park and the Denver skyline against the Rocky Mountains.
The Making Every Voice Matter conference program
is now available! Download your copy today and check out...
Our panelist lineup for the opening plenary "Making Democracy Real, Day-to-Day. Join Archon Fung, Martha L. McCoy, Pedro Antonio Noguera, Ph.D, Makani Themba-Nixon, and Gloria Rubio-Cortes to address the question, "How does your work relate to national efforts to address poverty, racism and education?"
Our Friday evening Civic Fair for Taiko drumming, urban hip-hop dance, Mexican folkloric dance; fine ethnic foods; book signings; and demonstrations of online tools relevant to dialogue-to-change programs!
An exciting schedule of workshops that will energize, challenge and inspire your dialogue-to-change work. Highlights include:
- "Bringing Action Ideas to Life: Action Planning, From Day One"
- "Making the Web Work for You"
- "Dismantling Racism: An Essential Element in Creating Community Change"
- And much more...
Also, please join a symposium on Thursday, June 12, from 4-6 p.m. to celebrate the legacy of John Parr by exploring how local Colorado governments and other community groups have developed new opportunities for everyday people to take part in deliberation, decision-making, and problem-solving. Learn more.
Register for the Making Every Voice Matter conference by May 12 to catch our early-bird rates!
A national leader in the field of civic participation and community change, Everyday Democracy helps people of different backgrounds and views talk and work together to solve problems and create communities that work for everyone.
Using innovative, participatory approaches, Everyday Democracy works with neighborhoods, cities and towns, regions, and states. We place particular emphasis on the connection between complex public issues and structural racism. Created in 1989 by The Paul J. Aicher Foundation, Everyday Democracy has worked with more than 600 communities across the United States on many different public issues.
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