We talk to and correspond with people with a wide range of conflicting perspectives and values. However, we believe that our work can cut through many of these divisions and give people the deep experiences working together across class, race, temperament, world view, and ideology that are vital to creating the shared civic faith we need for our communities and democracy to prosper in coming decades — but we first need to help people understand how this work connects to their lives, beliefs and interests. Thus, you’ll find a smorgasbord of writings and communications below to give you a feel for our thinking and practical work from a variety of perspectives.
Overview (2 pages)
DCTMI Logic model
Civic Outreach & Leadership Teams
Civic Leadership: Organizing Our Lives and Developing the Habits of Mind and Heart to Make a Better World
Overview charts on the Civic Leadership Project umbrella and DCTMI (2 pages)
Partner Tutoring, Mentoring & Youth Development Organizations
Semi-structured interview protocol for organizations
See the Civic Leadership Project (http://civicLeadershipProject.org) for more background information on DCTMI and related work.