The 2018 midterm elections offer voters an opportunity to weigh in on many issues confronting the state of Arizona. Ballot propositions on Clean Election Money, Funding for Education, as well as a national senate race, governor's race, and Arizona House and Senate races, will all determine Arizona's future with implications for all those who live in the state.
In a Civil Dialogue session, volunteer participants consider a provocative statement and have the opportunity to embody a position on the statement ranging from “agree strongly” to “disagree strongly.” Participants are asked to follow guidelines for civility that are explained by the facilitator. The dialogue is then extended to the broader audience who are encouraged to respond with their own opinions and questions. Civil Dialogue is informed by rhetorical criticism and theories of performance and provides an innovative tool for productive citizen communication. To learn more about Civil Dialogue, click HERE
Final Date for this series: November 28, 2018
Time: 6:00-8:00 PM
Location: The Empty Space, APMA Building, ASU, 970 E. University Drive, Tempe
MAP - The Empty Space, APMA, ASU
Free and open to the public