Past CivEx Sessions

Arizona Civic Exchange—CivEx—helps Arizonans deepen their commitment to public service, grapple with complex problems, and explore different viewpoints.

All CivEx sessions are built to emphasize discussion with presenters and among participants. The program is open to the public on a registration basis.

Past Sessions

Wednesday, July 29
Black Philanthropy Initiative – Health Care and Education:
Learn about and discuss: The History of the Black Philanthropy Initiative (a permanent endowment of the Arizona Community Foundation); Inequities in Health Around COVID-19; and the State of Blacks in Education in Arizona.

Presentation slide deck: Addressing Inequities in the Black Community

Thursday, February 13 
Greater Arizona’s People and Places:
Over 351,000 people, including tribal communities, call 13 counties
outside of Pima and Maricopa home. Dive into what’s happening now in Greater Arizona and how urban and rural fit together.

Thursday, February 6 
What We Know and How We Learn: Arizona’s P-20 Education Systems:
Learn more about achieving Arizona’s education goals.

Thursday, January 30 
$1.1 Billion and Counting: Exploration of Criminal Justice Systems:
The Arizona criminal justice system is complex. Learn more about who’s who in the system and explore successful solutions and interventions for critical issues.

Thursday, January 23
Fascinating AZ: Our State’s People and Public Dollars:
Learn the basics about Arizona public revenues and expenditures,
population demographics, and what it all means for 2020.

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