I’m going to say it a lot, but I thought I might as well get it out of the way early. Voting is the most important form of accountability we have. It’s probably also the thing you haven’t done recently. Continue reading “Week 4 – Who Do We Hold Accountable?”
We have purpose: to be active and responsible citizens. We have knowledge: the search for truth both from our world and within ourselves. Now, we also have a core: worldviews that anchor us to our best selves in our best imagining.
Continue reading “Week 3 – Do We Look Or Do We See?”
Check out this week’s video to learn more about a cornerstone of good citizenship – listening.
It started with excuses.
“But they don’t know what they’re talking about.”
“I heard it somewhere!”
“Why would he/she/they lie?”
“You’re on the other side; of course you’re going to say that.”
Continue reading “What Can We Hear When We Listen?”
Watch this week’s episode to get another opportunity to find answers:
Ask yourself, and answer.
That’s the first rule. It’s the hardest to stick to, because knowledge is power, but it is also pain. Sometimes we don’t want to ask ourselves the question; sometimes we take shortcuts on the answers. But being an active part of the United States – getting involved in its questions and solutions – means asking yourself first.
Continue reading “What Is Citizenship?”