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Wednesday Community Conversation Is About Threats To Our Democracy

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What can we as a country do to shore up democracy?

Aired: December 2, 2020 | Transcript

Wednesday's Community Conversation — an audience-participation event from KPBS and the National Conflict Resolution Center — is titled "Keeping Our Democracy: What Now?"

Three political science professors with differing specialties will discuss threats to our political system and potential solutions. Dr. Carl Luna of Mesa College and Drs. Tom Wong and LaGina Gause of UC San Diego will discuss the issues and then take questions from the audience via Facebook and YouTube.

LaGina Gause joined KPBS Midday Edition to preview the event.

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