Ahead of our program “Stand in the place where we live” we’ve looked high and low for people who stand up and make things happen where we live right here in Tallahassee. Meet your nominees.
Unflinching brave, often-arrested, Patricia and CORE’s unsung foot soldiers changed America — and changed our hometown.
We’re looking for ideas that help create a dynamic, social civic connectedness – where residents from all backgrounds exchange ideas and engage with neighbors.
We should understand why conservative Christians feel threatened by our culture. As we spend a year “Living Locally” remember that some of our neighbors feel this disconnection in their lives.
Relationships, positivity, compassion, and the pursuit of truth are ideals that I believe exist at the core of civility and within all “good.”
At a time when the social fabric in American civic life is fraying, this Big Bold project gathered Amazing People from across the country who are deeply devoting to Weaving The People back together.
We’re looking for law enforcement officers and people of color who’d like to participate in this project. Learn more and find an application link below.
Our self-evaluation of Local Color
“We shall learn to live together as brothers and sisters or we will perish together as fools. The choice is ours: chaos or community.” –Martin Luther King Jr.
Must see Village Square TV: Village Square board chair Jack Romberg speaks with Gary Yordon of WCTV’s The Usual Suspects about the intersection of morality and politics (December 16, 2017). Watch by clicking here.