“What’s in the family — or not in the family — inevitably spills out into the neighborhoods, spreading instability, crime and chaos. The pessimism and purposelessness, the apathy and selfishness, disconnects people from their larger community.” — Eloise Anderson, For a New Civil Society
Amid mounting pressures of pessimism and instability, communities must band together and strengthen the bonds of civil society.
Men play a crucial role in that kind of turnabout, but many often find themselves disconnected from their communities and the social engines that drive lasting change.
Addressing this challenge, Eloise Anderson outlines how to re-engage disaffected men for the good of society — economically, occupationally and otherwise.
To learn more, read Anderson’s full report, part of our Mandate for Madison.