Sisters Country considers civility as a collaborative tool

Thank you, Sisters Nugget, for your ongoing coverage of Citizens4Community's inaugural project: Speak Your Peace. And thank you, Sisters Country, for your show of support and enthusiasm. More than 100 attendees filled Sisters Fire Hall Jan. 14 and listened intently as Rob Karwath of Speak Your Peace offered a national perspective on the issue of civility. Working in groups, audience members then stepped to the plate to identify local issues and mull how applying SYP's 9 civility tenets might help foster healthy discussion of those issues. 

The Nugget—January 19, 2016
Community Turns Out for "Speak Your Peace"
by Sue Stafford

  (  Photo by: Jodi Schneider McNamee)    Rob Karwath, national spokesperson for Speak Your Peace, shares stories about cities across the nation that have placed attention on basic tenets of civility to help bring forth innovative solutions to local issues.

(Photo by: Jodi Schneider McNamee)

Rob Karwath, national spokesperson for Speak Your Peace, shares stories about cities across the nation that have placed attention on basic tenets of civility to help bring forth innovative solutions to local issues.