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Civility Project tackling political discussions through next lecture

The next Door County Talks lecture will focus on remaining civil in the public and political sphere. Dr. Allison Staudinger will give her lecture, titled "Civility in the Public Sphere," on Saturday, January 26 at 10 a.m. Staudinger will base the lecture off of a course she has taught at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, discussing the frustrations often felt when discussing politics with others.  Shirley Senerighi, a volunteer with the Door County Civility Project, said the lecture will seek to help ease the frustrations of sharing politics across the differences that others might believe in.

 

 

Door County Talks is a collaborative effort between the Door County Civility Project and the Door County Auditorium. Dr. Staudinger's lecture is the third in a series of five talks, with the last being held on March 2nd. There is no cost for entry, but donations are appreciated.

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