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Websites About Civility
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The National Civility Center

What is Civility?
The Institute for Civility in Government"

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
The United Nations

Civility and Free Expression in a Constitutional Democracy
American Bar Association

Embrace Civility in the Digital Age

The Civility Initiative

The Civility Institute

Door County Civility Project
Civility begins with paying attention to others

Weber Shandwick
Two articles: "Civility in America 2013: Incivility has reached crisis levels" and "Civility in America: Corporate Reputation Edition"

What Happened To Civility (from the Boston Globe)

PBS News Hour Holiday Guide to Civility (Mark Shields
and David Brooks)

Wake Up and StandUp
The Coffee Party Civility Pledge

The National Civility Center
George Washington's Rules of Civility
Colonial Williamsburg - Colonial Manners

Dr. Forni's Civility Website
Johns Hopkins University

Choose Civility
Howard County, Maryland

Civility Matters
Boise State Educational Website

The Allegheny College Survey of Civility
and Compromise in American Politics

Project Civility

Civility and Community
The University of Tennessee

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