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*DIGITAL* Slow Democracy and the Power of Neighborliness
First Congregational Church of Manchester
Author and advocate Susan Clark explains the Slow Democracy movement in which ordinary people mobilize to find local solutions to local problems. In the process some find they can bridge the “us-them” divide so prevalent in our national politics.
Susan Clark is a writer and educator focusing on community sustainability and engagement. She is the coauthor of Slow Democracy: Rediscovering Community, Bringing Decision Making Back Home, with Woden Teachout; and All Those in Favor, a book about Vermont town meetings, with Frank Bryan.
Underwriter: Keelan Family Foundation
Partner: Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Pulitzer Prizes
For more information
- “The 20 Rules of Slow Democracy,” chelseagreen.com
- “Town Meeting Exercise,” VPR commentary by Susan Clark, 3/5/2019
- Slow Democracy website