American Citizens Summit 2016

Join us in building bridges for our nation's future!

Original broadcast on August 1-4, 2016

Are you concerned about our nation’s current political climate? Discouraged that infighting and bitter partisanship are affecting our ability to move forward?

Worried that something noble and beautiful in the American democracy is in jeopardy?

While media would have us believe that bitter polarization is the norm, that’s just one perspective. Yes, divisive partisanship has been tearing apart friendships, families and communities...

However, many passionate and dedicated Americans are working to reform our democratic system. Instead of feeling powerless to make a difference within the dysfunction, polarization and corruption playing out on our national landscape, thousands are actively working together across significant divides and finding common ground!

These citizens are just like YOU! They’re innovating bold solutions that transcend partisan politics... solutions within which everyone's voice CAN be heard and everyone's vote DOES count.

You’re invited to take your place among these brave Americans and help reclaim the full power of our democracy.

During the The American Citizens Summit, we’ll chart the course toward more positive politics. Many innovative leaders will share how to build bridges across divides and implement effective solutions for co-creating our communities and our country.

Discover opportunities to bring about the change you believe is possible, ways to navigate political conversations without polarization, and alternatives that build momentum toward a brighter future for us all.

Join respected political leaders, grassroots visionaries, business pioneers, change agents and advocates — leaders who are committed to putting democratic principles before politics-as-usual — for this unprecedented 4-day event.

Join us for the American Citizens Summit!



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