Opinion: Our civic health in WA needs first aid | The Seattle Times

By Denny Heck

Co-authored by Dean Jodi Sandfort of the University of Washington Evans School, Director Julia Carboni of The Ruckelshaus Center, and Executive Director Katy Terry of the Henry M. Jackson Foundation

In this Seattle Times opinion piece, the partners in the Project for Civic Health describe why Washington state’s civic health matters – it affects our personal relationships, and impacts what we can accomplish together.

Using a report that summarized the outcomes from earlier discussion groups, the Civic Health Summit in October offered participants the chance to generate and share ideas about how we can find common understanding.