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Today, with partisanship as extreme as it’s ever been, the idea of civic unity often feels like an unachievable goal. But there is still a lot that can be done, especially by young people, to foster the civic unity that will help us address our nation’s current challenges. Join us virtually for a provocative panel discussion (followed by Q&A) moderated by Morgan Robinson, the president of Young Involved Philadelphia.

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