Nov.4.2020 – Nov.6.2020
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Rebuilding U.S. Democracy Together
A bipartisan discussion about what we have learned about parties, partisanship, and the structures of our democracy.
The Past Four Years: What Have We Learned?
A conversation with JHU experts about how our community and our country might move forward together to realize the promise of democracy.
Election 2020 and its Meaning for Our Democracy
Why Young People Don’t Vote, and Why 2020 Might be Different
October 20, 2020
A timely conversation exploring controversial elections throughout American history, and what we can learn from them as we approach Election Day.
America’s Contentious Presidential Elections: A History
In Youth We Trust
October 6, 2020
A conversation about equipping young people with the political knowledge and skills, habits of engagement, and civil tolerance that sustain democratic society.
Why Tough Conversations Matter: Democratic Preparation and America’s Schools
Understanding the sometimes complementary, sometimes conflicting roles that activists play in movements.
Capacity Building Workshop 2: Leadership in Civil Resistance Movements: Four Key Roles that Activists Play
Sparking social movements through real-life sharing, reflection, debate, and collaborations.
Capacity Building Workshop 1: Remixing Stories
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