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Goodnewspaper: The Civic Engagement Edition

Goodnewspaper: The Civic Engagement Edition

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Welcome to a new month! It’s time to meet your newest issue of the Goodnewspaper: The Civic Engagement Edition. Before you roll your eyes and keep scrolling, give us a second! This politics-related message isn’t so bad!

Yes, there are some really anxiety-inducing things about the state of politics around the globe.

Yes, many of us Americans are feelings pretty disillusioned by the upcoming election… and perhaps our entire political system.

Yes, we feel isolated as individuals who aren’t really sure what role we play in all of this.

But, that’s sort of why the Goodnewspaper exists. Because big, scary, confusing topics like civic engagement require us to get creative, lean into our innate human desire to be in community, and take a moment to look at what’s going well.

If you’re reading this, you’re someone who cares a lot about the world around you. You’re someone who is especially anxious and enraged by political extremism, weakened democracy, and continued colonialism-fueled conflict around the globe.

You’re someone who is ready to act but feels stuck in the quicksand of confusing messaging, disappointment and heartbreak, and impersonal algorithms.

We get it; we’re the same way. That’s why our goal with this issue of the Goodnewspaper is to help remove (or at least reduce) one barrier to entry: anxiety and hopelessness.

So, here are a few stories we hope will do just that:

🗳️ Projects that are helping formerly incarcerated folks reclaim their right to vote

💸 How cities have started using “Democracy Dollars” to more fairly fund elections

✏️ The initiative that is creating a new public record for municipal governments

🇺🇸 A very cool Q&A with a very cool Congressman (can you guess who?!)

📈 And so, so much more!

Of course, we couldn’t fit every problem and solution of politics into the pages of this paper, but we hope it provides a framework for how you might approach your own civic engagement. We hope this provides an opportunity for you to be open to the feelings that come up and to turn them into power that fuels a future we can all feel good about. 


If you want to save on this issue, you can become a Good Good Good Member during the month of April and get this issue for only $8. Look for The Civic Engagement Edition popup during checkout.

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