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Announcing the Winners of the 5th Annual Civvys Awards

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In its fifth year the American Civic Collaboration Awards (Civvys) continues to highlight outstanding initiatives working to collaborate across divides at the national, local and youth levels.
From the inception of the awards, we have emphasized the need to celebrate the people and initiatives that leverage collaboration and creativity to strengthen communities, heal partisan divides, and invigorate American democracy. Our winners in previous years have exemplified what it means to embrace diverse perspectives and make a difference.
Please join us to kick off the Civic Season by celebrating the partnerships that strengthen America. In Atlanta, GA at the Atlanta History Center Midtown, we will announce winners in the National, Local and Youth categories as well as the Committee’s Choice Awards. Attend in person or view the livestream!

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