National Day of Civic Hacking, June 1-2

While some may associate “hacking” with malicious software geeks, in the current context, this whole email list is composed of “civic hackers”—citizens who worked hard and independently to effect the change they want to see in their community during the rally period last summer.

Interested in celebrating this year's National Day of Civic Hacking in Kansas City? Here are three ways you can get involved:

1) Join a team to help tackle a specific community problem. 

2) Attend a civic technology expo that features application demos to help you build the community you want.

3) Participate in a Write-A-Thon, an event that unites neighborhood experts, leaders and residents to provide content for the community site, The Write-A-Thon will be led by Andrew Hyder, our 2013 Code for America Fellow. 

Check out the Hack Kansas City | National Day of Civic Hacking website for a complete schedule and online registration. 

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