Our Damaged Democracy: Can We Fix It?
Join us for what is certain to be a lively discussion, inspired by Our Damaged Democracy: We
the People Must Act, the recent book by Joseph A. Califano, Jr.
Featured panelists and their presentations are:
James E. Campbell, PhD, UB Distinguished Professor of Political Science, SUNY University at
Buffalo, on polarization in American political life, plus the role and impact of the president
Jamie P. Pimlott, PhD, Associate Professor of Political Science, Niagara University, on the role of
Congress, plus women in politics or the lack thereof
Peter Yacobucci, PhD, Associate Professor of Political Science, SUNY Buffalo State, on the role
of the Supreme Court, current issues, plus ideas for conflict resolution
Monday, October 1 - 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site
641 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14202
The TR Site is easily reached via public transportation. Parking is free in the lot behind the
building and is accessible from Delaware Avenue or Franklin Street (between Allen and North Streets.
Note: Franklin Street is one-way northbound).
Special thanks to our co-sponsors:
The Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site and
The Association for a Buffalo Presidential Center
Refreshments will be served. This event is free and open to the public.
Please let us know you'll attend by making a reservation
by calling the League office at 716-986-4898.