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Make Your Mark: Becoming a Well-Informed and Active Citizen

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Laramie County Library, Cottonwood Room

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Civics is the realm of rights and obligations of citizens in a society; it’s what allows each of us to be well-informed and active participants in our democracy.

Learn about different paths to civic engagement from a panel of experts on media, politics, non-profit organizations, communicating, legislating, rule-making, and protesting. Whether you’re a knowledgeable civic enthusiast or new to the concept, bring your questions and leave with a personalized action plan catered to your unique strengths and personality traits!

This event is sponsored by Wyoming Humanities and is brought to you by a collaboration of civic-minded organizations including the Cheyenne League of Women Voters, Better Together, Compassionate Cheyenne, and the Wyoming State Museum.

Activity Type:

Social Activity, In Person

Level:

beginner-friendly

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