Citizen University National Conference

Reckoning and Repair

Our theme for this year’s conference is Reckoning and Repair in America. We face deep divisions across the country. Now more than ever we the people have to step up: to reckon with injustice across ideological divides and to repair our frayed social fabric.

Join hundreds of change-makers, activists, and catalysts to learn about power, deepen your networks, and recharge your sense of purpose. With luminary speakers, master teachers, and lessons on civic power, the conversation will be rich and provocative. Join the movement to rekindle citizenship and remake the narrative of America.


Citizen University National Conference 2016. Art and Racial Justice panel discussion: C. Davida Ingram (artist), Damian Woetzel (Aspen Institute Arts Program), Jeff Chang (Stanford Institute for Diversity in the Arts), Kirsten Adele Calhoun (Arts in a Changing America), and Robert Schenkkan (playwright). Photo by Alabastro Photography. #CitizenUCon16

Agenda 2017

Friday March 24
5:30pm – Opening Reception
6:30pm – Opening Plenary
9:30pm – Adjourn

Saturday March 25
8:00am – Conference registration open
8:30am – Conference Welcome
6:00pm – Adjourn

Check back soon for detailed agenda.


Thank You


Fisher Pavilion, Seattle Center


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