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- Coming Events
- CG4TX November 2017 Meeting on Weather and Climate in Texas and Beyond 2017/11/07
- CG4TX October 2017 meeting on CodeNEXT from multiple district perspectives 2017/10/23
- CG4TX September 2017 meeting on the Mayor’s Task Force on Institutional Racism and Systemic Inequities 2017/10/10
- The new front in the gerrymandering wars 2017/09/28
- How to have true conversations with people we disagree with 2017/07/09
Category Archives: Common Ground for Texans
Many thanks to everyone who joined us for our general meeting on Saturday, November 4th, 2017. The panel discussion was on climate change and what scientists are expecting both in Texas and in the wider world, as hurricanes like Harvey, Irma, … Continue reading
An organization which shares much of Common Ground’s philosophy and methodology is Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL). Compare these phrases from Common Ground’s Who We Are: We create respectful settings for transpartisan discussion and cultivate relationships … with CCL’s methodology: By focusing on shared … Continue reading
The meeting scheduled for today (10 January 2015), “What is Corruption in a Political Context,” was to be held at the Yarborough Branch of the Austin Public Library. The city has announced that because of the current winter storm warning, … Continue reading
Travis County Democrats and Republicans talking together – Can we do it better than the R’s and D’s in Washington?
On November 2nd, Common Ground for Texans hosted a community conversation with a panel of 3 Republican and 3 Democratic Travis County precinct chairs. The meeting was facilitated by Diane Miller, founder of Civic Collaboration, a firm that specializes in … Continue reading