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One way families can connect with the past and mark the Civic Season together begins with talking about historical events and concepts related to the celebration. Talking about the Civic Season can include discussions about Juneteenth and the Fourth of July, as well as the Bill of Rights, Civil Rights and Service to Others.

Start your family’s Civic Season with these conversation starters!

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