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AmericaSpeaks – In Honor of Our 19 Year Legacy

01/03/2014

AmericaSpeaks has an unparalleled record of organizing more than 100 major citizen deliberations in all 50 states. Because of this remarkable history that we’ve had, it makes me very sad to share today that after 19 years of working as an independent, national, nonprofit organization–sustained exclusively by grants and contracts–AmericaSpeaks will close its doors today.

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The Power of Spoken Word

10/29/2013

By Steve Brigham

We have facilitated hundreds of public meetings over the past 18 years. All are memorable in their own right, but some have special moments that are unforgettable.

At our Creating Community Solutions DC meeting on Saturday, October 12th, we facilitated a day-long meeting for 400 participants on mental health in the District. We had a fantastic turnout, literally standing room only, and particularly of youth aged 15-24, with more than 120 participating.

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Can a big investment in news media help bring back the center?

10/18/2013

By Daniel Clark

Wow.  What a week.  The federal government shutdown is over and the trains this morning into D.C. were pretty crowded again.  This latest round of dysfunctional governing and threatened global financial crisis might end up being just another act in this unfortunate drama surrounding the federal budget and economic health of the world’s largest economy.

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Preparing to Connect

10/08/2013

By Bob Stains, Public Conversations Project

When I think about things I’ve said in my life that I regret, I notice some common threads. First, these regrettable utterances almost always arise from some kind of conflict over something I care about. The more intensely I care, the higher the conversational stakes, the more likely it is I’ll say something I regret.

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Report Back on Mental Health in Kansas City

09/26/2013

By Daniel Clark

On Saturday, September 21, the Creating Community Solutions effort of the National Dialogue on Mental Health hosted a successful all-day town meeting in Kansas City, Missouri. The meeting was part of the collaborative effort lead by the National Institute for Civil Discourse. It was organized and managed by a veteran of dialogue and deliberation, Jen Wilding, with the support of a small but dedicated team and a large and diverse planning committee.

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Collaborating on Deliberation

09/04/2013

By Steve Brigham

For the last eight months, it has been my privilege to participate with a gracious, talented, and veteran team on Creating Community Solutions, a part of the National Dialogue on Mental Health that was initiated by President Obama, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the U.S. Department of Education.

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