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Speaking of Democracy

Speaking of Democracy - Fall 2017 Series

Sponsored by the American Democracy ProjectSpeaking of Democracy is a University Hour conversation series between students and alumni of Leadership North County about the health of our U.S. democracy.

Professor Ruoxi Li moderates Speaking of Democracy in Spring 2017.

Does Your Vote Matter?

A conversation about the value and impact of your vote: structurally (gerrymandering, the electoral college), procedurally, and emotionally.

Thursday, October 5 | 12-1pm | USU Meeting Room A&B

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Registration opens two weeks prior to each conversation. Registration required to attend. Lunch will be provided.

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Does Your Vote Matter?
Cehcks and Balances on Power
Consensus and Deliberation

Thursday, October 5 |12-1pm |

USU Meeting Room A&B

A conversation about the value and impact of your vote: structurally (gerrymandering, the electoral college), procedurally, and emotionally.

Registration Opens 9/21/17

Tuesday, October 31 |12-1pm |

USU Meeting Room A&B

A conversation about the power balances of the three branches of U.S. government (judicial, legislative, and executive) and how this system is working for us today.

Registration Opens 10/17/17

Thursday, November 9 |12-1pm |

USU Meeting Room A&B

A conversation about the critical role of "restraint and reciprocity" in a healthy democracy and distinctions between direct democracy, deliberative democracy, and consensus.

Registration Opens 10/26/17