The Republic is (Still) at Risk — and Civics is Part of the Solution by CIRCLE Director Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg and former CIRCLE Director Peter Levine
Outlines some civic challenges and opportunities in the U.S., particularly as they relate to young people, and lays out recommendations for civic education practice into the 21st century.
A Storied Community: Piloting a Patient/Student Narrative Workshop at a Community Health Center by EmmaLee Pallai
Describes some of the successes and challenges of creating a community for those who told and listened to stories of
illness at the Community – University Health Care Center (CUHCC).
How Universities Foster Economic Growth—and Democracy by Richard Florida
Discusses the role that universities play in urban economic development.
The subtle ways colleges discriminate against poor students, explained with a cartoon by Alvin Chang
Explores how the American college environment may contribute to structural inequalities.
The Artistry of Systemic Change by Richard Evans and Eric Booth
Examines new roles emerging for teaching artists and new ways to accomplish social change.
‘We demand more’: Student leaders across the country challenge politicians to combat hate by Sarah Kennedy
A request for student leaders to demand more from politicians and leaders against hate.
Science’s Next Frontier? It’s Civic Engagement by Louise Lief
Points to a need for the scientific community to reintroduce science to the public as a trusted, non-partisan civic actor, a collaborator that can help communities address their problems, and partners in a dialogue where each party brings its unique lived experiences to the table.