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How We Can Help

We provide discussion guides, how-to handbooks, trainings, and other resources to help you create a more democratic and inclusive community. We invite you to explore the resources on our website and adapt them for the specific needs of your community. You are welcome to contact us any time you have a question about using one of the resources on our website. If you are interested in organizing a large-scale, community-wide dialogue, we may be able to provide assistance in setting up your program.

Food for Health

This guide is developed to address two key food-related health disparities facing New York City: diabetes and heart-disease. We believe the food and health gap affects individuals, families, and communities on multiple levels including the level of the spirit or soul. As such, we value the participation of people of all faiths and we welcome all to bring the whole of their experience into the dialogue.

Building Community in a "Connected" Age (Participant Guide)

This guide is designed to help citizens deliberate about ways to use e-state technology to help enhance community and civic life. The guide was designed to be used during a one day symposium and includes an exploration of community, scenarios to help explore e-state opportunities and challenges, an exercise to identify e-state values, and opportunities to identify action steps.

Building Community in a "Connected" Age (Facilitator Guide)

This guide is designed to help citizens deliberate about ways to use e-state technology to help enhance community and civic life. The guide was designed to be used during a one day symposium and includes an exploration of community, scenarios to help explore e-state opportunities and challenges, an exercise to identify e-state values, and opportunities to identify action steps.

Building A Healthier Community

Subtitled "What can we do to make and keep our community healthy, strong, and vibrant", this 4-session guide was developed as a collaboration between The Coalition for Healthier Cities and Communities and Everyday Democracy. The term “healthy community” can mean many things to many people: jobs, schools, clean water and air, basic health services, recreation, celebrations.

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Dialogue to Change

Our ultimate goal is to create positive community change that includes everyone, and our tools, advice, and resources foster that kind of change. Whether you’re grappling with a divisive community issue, or simply want to include residents’ voices in city government, Everyday Democracy's Dialogue to Change process, using a racial equity lens, can help.