“I need to learn more and shut my mouth and slow down.”

Facing, understanding and owning up to failures and deficiencies in public involvement is required if we’re ever going to make things better. PRing drive-by engagement or just sprinkling a little fake public participation fairy dust on questionable projects that benefit powerful people and roll over the powerless isn’t moral or sustainable. As your public participation pinups, here’s a case in point: Denver.

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