Civility Project focuses on ballot access for all

The Door County Civility Project continues its winter lecture series Saturday with its fourth and final presentation. The Door County Talks series is free of charge, but donations are encouraged. Nolan Bennett, Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, will be talking about the struggle of abolitionists beginning at 10:00 AM at the Door County Auditorium attached to Gibraltar Area Schools. Member Shirley Senarighi says the topics for this year’s talks combine to tell a cohesive story about the work it took to ensure rights for all Americans.


The Door County Civility Project encourages people to openly discuss issues, even where differences of opinion exist.

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