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Civic Unity: What You Can Do

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Civic Unity: What You Can Do
1 hour

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The Carpenters' Company of the City and County of Pennsylvania

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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