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Living Democracy

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Lappe and Dubois discuss the founding of the Center for Living Democracy in Brattleboro, Vermont. They discuss the Center’s American News Service, a service designed to send stories of successful citizen-initiated projects for social change to news outlets nationwide. The News Service sends stories to more than 500 newspapers. Lappe and Dubois discuss the Center’s dedication to bringing more people into long term, active engagement in their communities.
Keywords: democracy, grassroots action
Guest Names: Francis Moore Lappe and Paul Dubois, Center for Living Democracy

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