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There are so many ways to commit one civic act! To give you a flavor, here are a few things I’ve done over the past few years…

  • Practiced citizen science by counting the river herring heading through a fish ladder
  • Voted in elections for my City Council, with no state or federal positions at stake
  • Bought carbon offsets to make-up for the environmental impact of my air travel
  • Volunteered at my old high school to provide services to youth at risk
  • Thanked my Congresswoman for coming to my neighborhood—and asked her to support democracy reforms
  • Gave blood to the American Red Cross
  • Testified before the Massachusetts Board of Building Regulations and Standards
  • Wrote a letter to the Boston Globe on climate change denial

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How you can raise your civic engagement one civic act at a time

Don’t feel helpless or that you don’t have enough time. Civic engagement starts with a single act. I’m here to help you focus on what you believe in, commit to a plan of action and take that first act.

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