Friendships exist through political strife and some thrive. Journey with us as gather with real across the aisle friends.
Imagine a counterfactual of our history where the Declaration of Independence pronounced the abhorrence of slavery. Imagine if all Americans were free from the beginning.
Join us and learn about your vote, the misinformation that exists surrounding it, and how to protect yourself.
It’s okay to disagree. We’re taking two panelists who will talk about a topic they don’t see eye to eye on. The goal: compromise and civility.
We are taking a hard look at our history, and the Americans who have suffered and fought for their right to be treated as human beings.
Turning back to our hometown roots, we gather with our neighbors tackling the divide of partisanship and starting a grassroots campaign of civility.
Let’s talk about race. Let’s gather together and join as neighbor when others splinter apart.
Over time, United States citizens have fought for rights previously denied including the right to vote. We’re telling this saga through old stories written over time.
Town halls are the foundation of civil democracy – a rebuttal of the top-down authority that existed early in America’s history. We’ll explore ways of engaging in a civic space and getting the most out of our democracy.
Florida has been historically strict on the voting rights of people formerly incarcerated with a felony charge. We’ll talk about the history and updates happening now.