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Restoring Faith in Democracy: Election Integrity and Civic Resilience with the Michiganders for Civic Resilience

October 15 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Free
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In this time of extreme political polarization, how might we restore civil discourse, mitigate political violence and assure more accountability from our government and elections? Join the Michiganders for Civic Resilience with Republican Tonya Schuitmaker and Democrat Christine Greig as they discuss practical strategies for political engagement in the lead up to the 2024 U.S. elections and beyond. .

 

More on Tonya Schuitmaker and Christine Greig, Senior Advisors, Michiganders for Civic Resilience

 

This program is the last in a series titled Bridging Political Divides: Exploring the Radical Middle

 

As our world faces rising political extremism, some citizens have focused on transcending left–right political divides. They advocate for evidence-based policies and solution-focused political discourse that seeks common ground. Through this lens of the “Radical Middle,” we can understand the current challenges facing our community and world, paving the way for more united and resilient societies.

 

With thanks to our sponsoring partners at Kent District Library

 

RSVPs and Tickets

This program is free and open to the public. If you wish to view the livestream or its archive, register below to receive a link.

 

Parking

Free parking is available at the library.

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Date:
October 15
Time:
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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Venue

Kentwood Branch (Richard L. Root), Kent District Library
4950 Breton Rd SE,
Kentwood, MI 49508 United States
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Restoring Faith in Democracy: Election Integrity and Civic Resilience with the Michiganders for Civic Resilience

Oct 15th @ 6:30pm - 7:30pm

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In this time of extreme political polarization, how might we restore civil discourse, mitigate political violence and assure more accountability from our government and elections? Join the Michiganders for Civic Resilience with Republican Tonya Schuitmaker and Democrat Christine Greig as they discuss practical strategies for political engagement in the lead up to the 2024 U.S. elections and beyond. .

 

More on Tonya Schuitmaker and Christine Greig, Senior Advisors, Michiganders for Civic Resilience

 

This program is the last in a series titled Bridging Political Divides: Exploring the Radical Middle

 

As our world faces rising political extremism, some citizens have focused on transcending left–right political divides. They advocate for evidence-based policies and solution-focused political discourse that seeks common ground. Through this lens of the “Radical Middle,” we can understand the current challenges facing our community and world, paving the way for more united and resilient societies.

 

With thanks to our sponsoring partners at Kent District Library

 

RSVPs and Tickets

This program is free and open to the public. If you wish to view the livestream or its archive, register below to receive a link.

 

Parking

Free parking is available at the library.

Details

Date
Oct 15th, 2024
Time
6:30pm - 7:30pm

Venue

Kentwood Branch (Richard L. Root), Kent District Library
4950 Breton Rd SE,
Kentwood, MI 49508 United States

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Tickets

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Oct. 15 Livestream
This ticket gives you access to the livestream of this program. If you would prefer to watch the archive, the link will remain the same.
$ 0.00
Unlimited