Two $10,000 Awards Announced to Help Build Civic Infrastructure
Seattle, WA (September 17, 2012) - Less than one month before yet another bitter presidential election, a 1,600-member organization which has promoted a healthier brand of politics for the past decade will gather in Seattle to strategize how to build a more robust civic infrastructure for our communities and country.
<![CDATA[Obama's citizenship has always had another side: gritty, practical work joining self-interest with public impact. Work holds potential to spread citizenship into many activities and many jobs.]]>