The Scoop: Tools for Bridging Political Divides

In this month’s edition of “The Scoop,” the Deliberative Journalism Project will present a program about finding common ground between political differences, including exploring a variety of tools, resources, and organizations focused on helping people connect across political divides and work together on our shared problems more effectively.

Rescheduled from the original January 18 date because of snow.
New date — February 15
6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Old Town Library, 201 Peterson St, Fort Collins, CO

Registration with an email is encouraged to receive supplementary readings for the presentation.

Link to RSVP is here.

This is a recurring program in which the community is invited to “take the pulse” of the Northern Colorado community by discussing local news pieces and sentiments around particular issues. These adventurous public discussions aim to showcase different viewpoints to keep our community in touch with the diverse range of backgrounds, positions, and opinions that make us great. Light refreshments will be provided. 

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