The book club's fall selection is "The Politics Industry: How Political Innovation Can Break Partisan Gridlock and Save Our Democracy," by Katherine Gehl and Michael Porter. Gehl will be joining the Politics for the People discussion on Sunday, October 4 at 7 pm EDT. While you read, interact with others by checking out their reviews and chapter summaries today at politics4thepeople.com.
Kneip is a sophomore at the University of Notre Dame and vice president of the school's chapter of Bridge USA, a national student-run organization seeking to depolarize campuses and boost their civic engagement.
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Organizer: Anti-Defamation League and Bites Media
Join Deb Chad, ADL education director for online learning and Emily David, co-founder and head of education at Bites Media, for a webinar highlighting strategies, lessons, and tools for bringing civics learning into an online format. We will distinguish between dialogue and debate, and discuss how that applies to the teaching of civics online. In addition to highlighting relevant resources from ADL's new high school curriculum "Strengthening Our Democracy: Civic Participation in the 21st Century" and Bites Media, we will share tips and tools you can take and incorporate into online teaching.
Farrell is the co-founder and CEO of Bites Media, a news and information company targeted to educators and students in middle and high school.
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