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Community Weaving: How Building Civility Changes Communities

Community Weaving: How Building Civility Changes Communities

ISBN: 9781773340104
Publisher: Propriety Publishing
Publication Date: 2017-03-04
Number of pages: 68
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In Community Weaving, author Kent Roberts - with contributions by Jay Newman - shares his belief that there are armies of people just waiting for opportunities to enlist in making our communities better places to live. The term “community” is used both in its traditional sense and also to describe the neighborhoods of large, urban areas. As we near 2020, the social landscape has changed and while many of the issues facing communities over the past few decades have not changed, just as many of the strategies for building better communities have not changed, there are additional considerations related to civility in community and this updated edition of Community Weaving, serves to address those considerations. Community Weaving 2nd Edition is designed for people who know there must be something more they can do to make their lives better, people who want to make a positive difference in their communities but may not have been exposed to the formal field of “community building.” Throughout the book, the authors use common sense as both a reference and a starting point for their ideas making Community Weaving a great resource for everyone from young adults just getting involved in their communities, to established community leaders striving to make positive change.

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