Category Archives: Violence

Notes on the “Flash Forum” on civil rhetoric and violence today

Today the Center for Democratic Deliberation had a Flash Forum in response to the Arizona shootings in Foster Auditorium of the library. I was super excited for this, because it’s a great and timely opportunity to talk about civility and … Continue reading

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Obama’s speech in Tucson

I didn’t watch President Obama’s speech tonight, but I just read it, and I cried. Powerful stuff. I love these words: And if, as has been discussed in recent days, their deaths help usher in more civility in our public … Continue reading

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readings on violence and rhetoric

After the shooting in Tuscon Tucson this weekend, many many people have weighed in on the violent rhetoric used in our current political climate. I don’t really have much to add to the following links, but I wanted to share … Continue reading

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