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Cutline: Democracy and Community

What do we want our democracy to look like?

The present historic moment demands robust participation in our political system and commitment to the values on which it was built. How can we support participation by all members of our community?

This spring, the Democracy and Dialogues Initiative partnered with CT Humanities, Connecticut Public Media, Everyday Democracy, and Essential Partners to create Democracy & Community: A Dialogue for Civic Renewal.

Together with a diverse group from around Connecticut, our first dialogue was recorded by Connecticut Public Media for broadcast as part of the Cutline series.

Questions?  Contact us at dialogues@uconn.edu

Watch the dialogue on CPTV, then join the conversation yourself.

Where to Watch:

Premieres

Sunday, March 28

10 a.m.

on CPTV stations

Where to Stream:

Cutline: Democracy & Community will be available for on-demand viewing concurrent with its television premiere.

Find it HERE, as well as at ctpublic.org; on YouTube; and on the free Connecticut Public mobile app.

(Visit Google Play or the Apple App Store to download the app.)

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Sponsored by

CT Humanities

as part of

Why It Matters: Connecticut’s Civic Reconstruction