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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.

Consensus & Deliberation

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

Thursday, November 9 | 12-1pm | University Student Union Meeting Room A&B at CSUSM

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

Parking is provided for registered LNC alumni. Registrants will be emailed parking information.

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Content hereDoes Your Vote Matter?

Thursday: October 5, 2017 |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 for October 5 has closed.

Content hereCehcks and Balances on Power

Tuesday: October 31, 2017 |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.

Content hereConsensus and Deliberation

Thursday: November 9, 2017 |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.