The Detroit Regional Chamber’s 2018 Detroit Policy Conference

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Watch Live – March 1, 2018 7:30am – 4:30pm ET

In today’s polarized environment, is it possible to instill civility in Detroit as a necessity in all that we do, and not simply a response in times of crisis?

The Detroit Regional Chamber’s 2018 Detroit Policy Conference will focus on creating a culture of civility in Detroit. More than 60 speakers will take the stage, offering insight on the need for civility in public discourse, communities and the workplace. Sessions will highlight examples of people and projects that have put differences aside and moved Detroit forward through civility. The Conference will also help define what it means to be civil and examine the role traditional and social media play in driving incivility.

Since it began in 2012, the Detroit Policy Conference has brought together 800 urban and suburban leaders annually from business, civic and government organizations to spend a day discussing Detroit.

Watch live Thursday, March 1st from 7:30am-4:30pm. Learn more >

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