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- Coming Events
- Unrig the System Summit 2018/02/21
- MMD-PR: multi-member districts with proportional representation 2018/02/12
- CG4TX February 2018 meeting: “What do rural and urban Central Texas have in common?” 2018/02/09
- CG4TX January 2018 meeting: “Endorsed by God? Blending Religion and Politics” 2018/01/07
- CG4TX November 2017 Meeting on Weather and Climate in Texas and Beyond 2017/11/07
Category Archives: Common Ground meetings
We’ve heard a lot about the rural-urban divide in politics. At this meeting, which took place on Saturday, February 3 at the Old Quarry Library, we explored the similarities and differences among their priorities, on topics ranging from criminal justice and gun control … Continue reading
Our first meeting of 2018 took place on Saturday, January 6, at the Old Quarry branch library at 7051 Village Center Dr. The meeting took the form of a panel discussion on something deeply embedded in American democracy: separation of church and state. In recent … Continue reading
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
What: CodeNEXT from multiple district perspectives When: Saturday, October 7, 2017, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Where: Yarborough Branch Library Who: Jimmy Flannigan, Council Member, District 6 Jeff Travillion, County Commissioner, Precinct 1 Dr. Elizabeth Mueller, Associate Professor of Community … Continue reading
CG4TX September 2017 meeting on the Mayor’s Task Force on Institutional Racism and Systemic Inequities
On September 9, 2017 Common Ground for Texans hosted a panel discussion, moderated by Mike Ignatowski, on the Mayor’s Task Force on Institutional Racism and Systemic Inequities. In recognition of our two-hour time limit, we focused on the first two … Continue reading