Everyday life is filled with opportunities for citizens to make a difference
The Ecology of Democracy offers insights into where these opportunities might be found and why the work citizens do is so important. The book examines how the work of democracy can be done in ways that put more control in the hands of citizens and help restore the legitimacy of our institutions.
Paige Hajek UNV: Let's Go Arts Professor Jones In Group 2 we were given the challenge of helping battered men and women. We were given originally $10,000 to start our campaign but that slowly deuterated to $5,000. Our first idea we decided to build a theatre and advertise to men and women around the community to come out and help. Any and all proceeds […]
Lina Abutalib UNV100.24: Lets Go Arts 13, November 2018 Ecology of democracy Problem: Each group was assigned a community problem and had to come up with an art related program to address and minimize the problem. My group had to tackle on the problem of homelessness in Flint. To start off, each group had a […]
In order for the community to learn about why they are not progresive and not seeing any change in the community, stems from non involvement in the communities problems, if we want any change you have to change your views and look at your community as a part of the, problem, solution. Involvement is very […]