Democratic Spaces Series: Race & Reconciliation in a Diverse Democracy
This is a defining moment for our country—where, in a hyper-polarized environment, we are working our way through competing understandings of who we are and who we want to be. Join the SNF Agora Institute as we consider how we can create a space to look honestly at our difficult past and to rewrite our shared narrative to include Native Americans, enslaved people and their descendants, immigrants, and other marginalized groups.
This event is part of SNF Agora’s Democratic Spaces, a series of discussions that consider how we can cultivate spaces—real and virtual—that enable robust participation in democracy. A healthy democracy requires that all of us—no matter our identities, affiliations, beliefs, or creeds—play a role as members in civil society. In this series we’ll be exploring how we can build the spaces that invite all voices, especially of those who currently face barriers, into those conversations.
Upcoming Democratic Spaces Events
May 21 at noon ET: Bridging the Urban-Rural Divide
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