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  • How citizens can revive civility in our political discourse

    Carolyn Lukensmeyer, executive director of the National Institute for Civil Discourse, was in Boise July 31-Aug. 2 to participate in a Civility Summit with Boise City Club and Boise State's School of Public Service. In June, she explained the NICD's new national Revive Civility campaign, designed to bring public servants, journalists, and everyday citizens together to do just that: revive civility in our political discourse.

Carolyn Lukensmeyer, executive director of the National Institute for Civil Discourse, was in Boise July 31-Aug. 2 to participate in a Civility Summit with Boise City Club and Boise State's School of Public Service. In June, she explained the NICD's new national Revive Civility campaign, designed to bring public servants, journalists, and everyday citizens together to do just that: revive civility in our political discourse. Provided by the University of Arizona
Carolyn Lukensmeyer, executive director of the National Institute for Civil Discourse, was in Boise July 31-Aug. 2 to participate in a Civility Summit with Boise City Club and Boise State's School of Public Service. In June, she explained the NICD's new national Revive Civility campaign, designed to bring public servants, journalists, and everyday citizens together to do just that: revive civility in our political discourse. Provided by the University of Arizona

In Boise, a Civility Summit and a year of civil conversation

August 05, 2016 2:22 PM