Braver Angels: Make Your Mark

Make Your Mark: Becoming a well-informed and active citizen 

Tuesday, June 25, 2024

6:30 PM - 8 PM

Laramie County Library Cottonwood Room


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Civics is the realm of rights and obligations of citizens in a society, it’s what allows each of us to be well-informed and active participants in our democracy.


Learn about different paths to civic engagement from a panel of experts on media, politics, non-profit organizations, communicating, legislating, rule-making, and protesting. Whether you're a knowledgeable civic enthusiast or new to the concept, bring your questions and leave with a personalized action plan catered to your unique strengths and personality traits!


  • Moderator: Amy Spieker, DrPH, Director, CRMC Community Health and Analysis, and Executive Director, Laramie County Community Partnership

  • Panelists:

    • Aidan D Cabrera, Charlie Thomas, Courtney Schwab, and Paige Mathews: South High School “We The People” Team Members 

    • Daniel Singh: Representative, Wyoming House District 61

    • Noah Jones: Student, UW College of Law

    • Brian Martin: Managing Editor, Wyoming Tribune Eagle

    • Jessica Fernandez-Medina: Chair, CHISPA of Cheyenne 

    • Rev. Hilton McClendon: Pastor, Allen Chapel African Methodist Church

    • JoLynn Paulsen: Content Creator, Arts Cheyenne


All attendees who register and attend the event will be entered for a chance to win a $50 gift card. Please register below:


This Braver Angels event is sponsored by Wyoming Humanities and the Laramie County Library. It is brought to you by a collaboration of civic-minded organizations including the Cheyenne League of Women Voters, Better Together, Compassionate Cheyenne, and the Wyoming State Museum.





Americans on opposite sides of the political spectrum don't only disagree on issues — they increasingly dislike one another.


This growing partisan animosity is the crisis of our time and threatens our nation.


Braver Angers exists to address this challenge.