Washington DC Big Questions: Is democracy worth saving?

6:30 PM  - 8:30 PM
Thursday Oct 24, 2019
1777 F Street Venue
1777 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006

Register here by Thursday, October 17

Democracy, along with many of our cherished ideals, is in peril. Only half of voters take part in elections, and recent trends indicate that people are becoming more and more comfortable with authoritarianism. Are we just unwilling—or truly unable—to engage in the hard work of making change, and how does this differ at the local and national levels? Join us for a conversation about salvaging democracy, and what happens if we don’t. 

Featuring Professor Adrienne Christiansen, political science, in conversation with President Brian Rosenberg

 If you require ADA accommodations to make this event accessible or have questions regarding this event, please contact Hannah Mitchell at 651-696-6894 or email campaignevents@macalester.edu

Contact: Hannah Mitchell at 651-696-6894 or email

https://advancement.macalester.edu/M/eventregistration/Eventreg.aspx?id=1574

This event is for: Alumni, Students, Staff, Faculty and Parents and Families

Admission: Free

Sponsored By: Advancement, Alumni Engagement, Alumni Chapter - Washington, D.C.

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