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DPACE Town Hall: Reflecting on the State of Democracy
January 14 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Wednesday’s events the United States have left the world reeling as a sitting president encouraged a march on the Capitol while lawmakers challenged the validity of the elections. In the wake of yesterday’s violent attack on democracy, many are left with fear, doubt, and anger. So, let this be a call to action for us all. We are the justice-seekers and peace-builders. We are the Democracy, Politics, and Conflict Engagement Initiative! So let’s engage together! Engage in and facilitate dialogue focused on the future; focused on justice, equity, and inclusion; focused on the critical importance of bringing conflict practitioners into social/political/community spaces, and demand democracy.
Where there is passion, there is bound to be conflict. You can help! And if you need some backup, we can help! DPACE is here to support you. Reach out, and we’ll provide the tools and assistance you need to be successful. We’re in this together!
As a matter of fact, we’re getting together next week. Please, join us on Thursday, January 14th 4:00 – 5:30 Eastern / 1:00 – 2:30 Pacific for a Session and Open Dialogue with DPACE leaders Ken Cloke and Wendy Wood. We will reflect on the state of the U.S. democracy, particularly the actions leading up to the January 6th events, and how we can be most effective. There will be opportunities for questions, reflections, and ideas.
Please use the link below to register for the event and you will receive an invitation to join about an hour prior to the session: