Dec. 3, 2021 Event: Channel A Zen-Like State Of Flow Through Grant Writing.
For us, new civic engagement builds a sense of community and brings people of all backgrounds at the table to deliberate solutions that work for most of us at the local level. We don’t just want to hear people’s opinion about what’s wrong, we want them to participate as stewards and advocates in shaping their community’s future. This kind of civic engagement should involve both — the voices historically silent by lack of opportunity, and the influential voices exercised by power brokers. Re-imagining civic engagement is at the core of how communities can and want to reinvent and manage assets that serve everyone — because that’s the way we reach common ground in the first place. That’s the way, we together can say what we can live with. It is never about you and I being right or wrong. It is about you and I being civic about what is best for most of us in alignment with our Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Policy.
In our work, we identify promising stories for effective civic engagement. These stories shine a light on how re-imagining civic engagement can be both an input and an outcome of investments in our communities — and perhaps most importantly, they can inspire us to heal forward collectively.
Arin Parsa, Founder, Teens for Vaccines Inc.
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