An individual citizen takes responsibility for self-governance in their own life, family, and community, and becomes proactively engaged in local decision-making processes by joining a neighborhood association, where they contribute their expertise and collaborate with others to address shared challenges. By engaging in their own self-governance, the individual develops a revived sense of identity, agency, and sovereignty in pursuit of their values and goals. By participating in the association, the individual becomes more connected to their community and helps shape the policies and initiatives that affect their daily lives, strengthening the social fabric and resilience of the neighborhood.
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