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Currently on display at the Bay College Library

Civics Corps

The Civics Corps hosts intergenerational conversations and helps community organizations meet their civic missions.  Through service, students practice and build professional/life skills centered on learning and service. The Civics Corps is non-partisan and does not affiliate with or support political parties or candidates. Through their work, participants in the Civics Corps commit to supporting civility and civic well-being by maturely role-modeling and practicing: respectful and positive interactions between individuals and groups, growth mindsets, problem-solving and dialogue skills, consensus decision making, and professionalism.  For more information, email club advisor Dr. June Klees.

Cover art of Beyond your bubble : how to connect across the political divide, skills and strategies for conversations that work by Tania Israel
Cover art of The hype machine : how social media disrupts our elections, our economy, and our health--and how we must adapt by Sinan Aral
Cover art of Don't label me : how to do diversity without inflaming the culture wars by Irshad Manji
Cover art of Breaking the two-party doom loop : the case for multiparty democracy in America by Lee Drutman
Cover art of Breaking the social media prism : how to make our platforms less polarizing by Christopher Bail
Cover art of Seeing the unseen : beyond prejudices, paradigms, and party lines by Mark M Beckwith
Cover art of The politics industry : how political innovation can break partisan gridlock and save our democracy by Katherine M Gehl and Michael E Porter 1947
Cover art of American schism : how the two Enlightenments hold the secret to healing our nation by Seth David Radwell
Cover art of The way out : how to overcome toxic polarization by Peter T Coleman
Cover art of The parties versus the people : how to turn Republicans and Democrats into Americans by Mickey Edwards

These books are available for checkout from the Bay College Library. Click on the image to view the library's catalog.