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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication, from left to right: Delaware Debates 2020 with Chris Coons and Christine O'Donnell, Candy Crowley from National Agenda 2011, Baby Blue from Election Central 2016, Lindsay Hoffman and Gov. Chris Christie from National Agenda 2019, former VP Joe Biden and former Gov. John Kasich from National Agenda 2017, and DeRay McKesson and Johnetta Elzie from National Agenda 2015.
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Welcome, and thank you for visiting the University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication. I hope you will take a few moments to explore our website. Here, you will find articles, videos, and links to the scope of the CPC's work over the past decade.
The CPC is a nonpartisan, interdisciplinary center connecting academics, students, and the community to relevant issues in political communication. Since its creation, the CPC consistently touches on issues that are part of, or about to be part of, the national conversation. Whether it is racial injustice, climate change, polarization, or the future of our democracy, the CPC provides context through courses, research, and programs.
The annual National Agenda program includes our speaker series, Delaware Debates, and Voices Audio Essay Contest.
National Agenda 2021 "Reflecting America" features a dynamic lineup of journalists, authors, a barrier-breaking lawmaker, and an artist whose work reflects issues in the zeitgeist. With lessons learned during the pandemic and through technology, the National Agenda lineup of high-profile speakers now reaches a global audience. All events are accessible as a webinar, and select events will be in person at Mitchell Hall Theatre.
For information about the National Agenda speaker series, including how to register, visit cpc.udel.edu/nationalagenda. From our faculty affiliates to students in our classrooms and outward to the community, the CPC is proud to keep the conversation going.
Ralph Begleiter, founding director of UD's Center for Political Communication and a former CNN correspondent, moderated Delaware Debates 2020 from University Media Services campus studio.