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Doing Democracy’s second year kicks off with questions on a timely and provocative topic: Are we a culture of violence? Why are guns and violence so popular, fascinating, and sexy? What do guns protect us from? Does one have to own a gun to be elected in Idaho?

These always-provocative Doing Democracy discussions are open to all. Join participants at the McCall Public Library May 29th from 6:30 – 8:30 pm to share your views and opinions and listen to those of others.

Doing Democracy, a forum of public dialogue, began at McCall Public Library last year with inspiring results. Themes are chosen by attendees and the topics are meant to bring in a variety of views on various cultural topics.

McCall Public Library is located at 218 E. Park Street in downtown McCall. Contact the library for more information.

 

About the author

Rebecca Wallick

Rebecca is a freelance writer and publisher living near McCall, Idaho. A Seattle native and recovering attorney, she much prefers the quiet, slow pace, and distinct seasons of the West Central Mountains, enjoying the skiing, hiking and running opportunities provided by the nearby Payette National Forest. Rebecca is a Contributing Editor with Bark magazine, and the author of Growing Up Boeing: The Early Jet Age Through the Eyes of a Test Pilot’s Daughter (Feb 2014).

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