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Citizens Union’s Civic Conversations are a series of semi-monthly programs on topics important to New Yorkers and our civic lives. Conversations are held in the morning and are either virtual or in-person, and all are posted on CU’s website.  Past Civic Conversations have included Ranked Choice Voting, NYC Competitiveness, Housing, Police Accountability and the 2021 New York City Mayoral Primaries. These events are free and open to the public for all to attend. Please make a donation to support these events to allow us to keep them free, which you can do HERE.

Past Civic Conversations:

NYC Council Speaker Adrienne Adams

Janno Lieber, Chairman of the MTA

 

How does a mayor start governing?

The Primary Elections – What Just Happened?

Note: This program will be accessible with closed captioning and ASL provided by Disability Rights New York.

 

 

 

Spring for Reform, 2021

Leadership for the Future of New York City

 

 

Ranked Choice Voting

 

Visions & Vacancies

What’s Next for NYC’s Streetscape, Businesses, and Neighborhoods

 

Policing Reform and Public Safety

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