The Civic Circle & DewMore Baltimore celebrated National Poetry Month with a Youth Civic Saturday titled: The Poetry of Our Lives! Youth poets shared their original works, reflected on the civic power of poetry, and led a poetry workshop on the spot! Thanks to Citizen University for its support! Watch here:
The Civic Circle was extremely honored to be invited to speak with Nonprofit Village Executive Director Kim Jones for Montgomery Community Media’s terrific show “Studio 501c3.” Thank you for the opportunity to talk about civic learning, democracy and the arts!
Thank you to Councilmember Will Jawando for an outstanding visit to Civic Circle students! It was an enriching and extremely valuable opportunity for the students. They had a lot to say about the concerns on their minds, and he was a fantastic spokesman for the three “steps to democracy” they are focusing on this spring: Speak, Act and Lead!
Great show by performers Nick Newlin and Uasuf Gueye for an amazing 16 classrooms participating simultaneously at Rock View Elementary School. Thank you, students, for your great questions and insights about the seven “steps to democracy”!
The Civic Circle thanks Fabio Garay, a dynamic student leader with the Montgomery College Dream Alliance, for visiting with Civic Circle students to talk about how to speak up and make change in our community. Thank you, Fabio!