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March 1: Avoiding burnout while engaging in politics

Paul-LoebPULLMAN, Wash. – Author and speaker Paul Loeb will discuss the importance of engaging in the democratic process, regardless of political beliefs, plus practical tips for avoiding burnout and cynicism at noon Tuesday, March 1, in Bryan 308 at Washington State University.

Loeb is the author of “Soul of a Citizen” and “The Impossible Takes a Little While.” The founder of Campus Election Engagement Project, he tours the country to provoke student involvement in American elections. Learn more at http://www.paulloeb.org/.

The talk is cosponsored by the WSU Foley Institute and the University of Idaho McClure Center for Public Policy Research.

 

 

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