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The Next Minnesota Miracle

October 26, 2009
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Minnesota comes out ahead on many measures of civic engagement when compared with other states, according to a recent report produced by the Center for Democracy and Citizenship in partnership with the National Conference on Citizenship.

If you’re in the Twin Cities, please join Harry Boyte, co-author of Minnesota Civic Health Index 2009, and others on Nov. 2 for a discussion on the state of Minnesota’s civic health and what we can and must do to move from civic activities to civic engagement grounded in the fabric of communities. Bill Blazar of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, Gary Cunningham of Northwest Area Foundation, and Diane Tran of Grassroots Solutions will offer their reactions to the report, which will be available at the forum.

The Next Minnesota Miracle: Building a Living Democracy for the 21st Century
Monday, Nov. 2
4:00 to 5:30 p.m.
Markim Hall, Institute for Global Citizenship, Macalester College
1600 Grand Ave., St. Paul

co-sponsored by
Center for Democracy and Citizenship
Citizens League
Minnesota Campus Compact
Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration
with support from Target

Minnesota Civic Health Index 2009 will be released earlier on Nov. 2 at a press conference with Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie, Senate Minority Leader Dave Senjem, David Smith of the National Conference on Citizenship, and Harry Boyte of the Center for Democracy and Citizenship.
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