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This spring, Knit Democracy Together explored the electoral process as it engaged citizen crafters in building a collaborative sculpture of the NH State House. See the unveiling and learn more about the project in this video produced by ConcordTV here.

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New Hampshire Humanities presents Knit Democracy Together

New Hampshire Humanities invites the public to participate in Knit Democracy Together, a collaborative project combining knitting circles and discussion about the U.S. electoral system, held in locations around the state from March-June. All events are free and open to the public, with pre-registration requested at

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