Civil Engagement

Civil Engagement

A dialogue in which all participants have a right to speak and to be heard. Such dialogue is characterized by: 

  • Respectful participation
  • Sharing the time equitably
  • Attentive listening
  • Balanced discussion
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Blog Post

Attendees at the March 16th LWVDV meeting learned how to be government watchdogs by keeping an eye on councils, boards, and commissions and reporting back to League committees.  This is a critical need for democracy to work.

JFC Hearing information

March 28, 2019

Suffragettes Holding Voting Banner

What is the History of the League of Women Voters?


Ethics Law, Ethics Commission
woman listening to friend
Event Date: 
Mar 20 2019 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Event location: 

Back Bay Conference Center

Update - Missed Lunch with League? Martha Cox presented an amazing amount of source material to help us listen and discuss political topics. Catch up with handouts and slideshow of her presentation.


Support improvement of the quality of urban life

You can enroll in the Citizens Police Academy and for one day a week for 15 weeks learn all about the department, visit and shoot at the gun range, mingle with police dogs and even allow them to “attack” you if you are so inclined.

transformative journey

TRANSFORMATION JOURNEY by Marianne Kast          When we hosted a regional meeting with Helen Hutchison, LWV CA President, recently, she outlined some of the barriers to the League’s process of moving successfully into its second century of existe

Time for Action

Action Alerts

The US government should treat those seeking entry to our country in a fair and humane manner. Please call your elected officials to register your concern.