A Political and Literary Forum
Participatory Innovation in Unlikely Places.
Albert W. Dzur
Decatur, Georgia: a town where citizen participation plays a significant role in the daily life of government.
Deepening student engagement through collaborative action.
Study circles for race and racism in Lynchburg.
Part of our series on participatory innovation in unlikely places.
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