Our latest insights on constructive conversation.
Teaching Civic Skills to College Students: Why the New Release of Perspectives Includes Clips from the Purple DocumentaryCambriae Lee|September 28, 2023Incorporating the Purple film into Perspectives offers students real-life examples of constructive dialogue, showing them how to use it in their own lives.
The Harm of Student Self-Censorship: Why Universities Should Promote Diverse ThoughtClare Ashcraft|August 28, 2023A student from Capital University explains why higher ed institutions must promote campus cultures where students feel comfortable sharing diverse viewpoints.
Educators Rise Above Political Divisions: The Power of the Barriers to Bonds Study GroupPablo Wolfe|July 24, 2023In response to the polarized climate in schools, a cohort of civically engaged teachers formed a study group called Barriers to Bonds. Read about their journey.
Learning From Conflict: How Compassionate Dialogue Can Transform Higher EducationJinan Abufarha|June 23, 2023What we teach in our classrooms influences broader culture. What might society look like if students learn to approach conflict with dialogue and compassion?
Meeting Conflict with Curiosity: An Interview with The Dinner Party LabsCambriae Lee, Lennon Flowers|March 14, 2023The Dinner Party Labs co-founder, Lennon Flowers, talks about her work to help communities use conversation to deal with conflict to build connection and trust.
Building Social Infrastructure to Create Communities of Belonging: An Interview with Welcoming AmericaCambriae Lee, Rachel Perić|February 22, 2023Welcoming America is a nonprofit organization that leads a movement of inclusive communities. Read more about how they foster community belonging and trust.
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