Quote of the Month
Regular voters tend to think of government not as an alien or oppressive force but as an extension of themselves and their communities. Frequent voters are more likely to see taxes not as illegitimate theft but as the rightful cost of government’s work, and to understand how that work benefits them and their neighbors.
— Joan Anderson Growe
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Changing the Demographic
Politics & Policy
Priorities for Government
Global Rights, Robin Wall Kimmerer
A Portal to Belonging
Extremism vs. Democracy
In the News
Racism and Public Health, Mapping Prejudice
Opening the Door to Wilderness
Aaisha Abdullahi: Mobilizing New Voters
Money and Business Guide
Who Pays for Rebuilding?
Pakou Hang: Women Save Our Democracy
Reimagining Rural Healthcare
Ecolution Spotlight of Month
Food Security & Appetite for Change
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