DC Civility Project bringing lecturers to host talks

The Door County Civility Project is teaming up with the Door County Auditorium to host a series of lectures themed around promoting civility. Door County Talks consists of five free lectures that will seek to strengthen the community and encourage empathy in attending audiences. Shirley Senerighi, who is involved with the Civility Project, said the talks and the organization don't seek to end disagreements, but rather promote healthy discussion and debate.



The first lecture was held early Saturday and discussed the role fine and performing arts can play in building a community and heal trauma brought about by current events. The lectures will run every Saturday through March 2nd.

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