KMUW has put together a series of virtual events—Distance Socials—to help our community stay connected while safely at home.
Engage ICT: Democracy on Tap will join this effort over the coming days and weeks. It's the same community conversations with expert panelists you're used to, but convened virtually on Zoom. You can join us live by clicking the link below during the event time, or come back later to watch the recorded discussion. Either way, your questions are important to us! Submit them in advance by emailing email@example.com.
The next Digital Democracy On Tap is:
5 - 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 2
Topic: Emergency Homeschooling
Click here to join on Zoom. Meeting ID: 214 843 201
- Dr. Tiffinie Irving, Deputy Superintendent of USD 259
- Dr. Jessica Provines, Director of Counseling and Prevention Services at Wichita State University
- Jaime Snider, Founder of Wichita Independent Secular Educators
For monthly updates regarding upcoming Engage ICT events and related news coverage from KMUW and NPR, subscribe to the Engage ICT e-newsletter.
KMUW's Engage ICT: Democracy on Tap presents monthly community conversations on topics that touch our daily lives. Since January of 2016, we've covered such topics as healthcare, sustainability and climate change, education and public safety. Engage ICT partnered with Wichita Eagle and Society of Professional Journalists to host a mayoral candidate debate, as well as with 1A Across America to present a discussion on local women in politics that was broadcast nationally by NPR's 1A.