Doing Dialogue

Dialogue on public issues
By Parisa Parsa on Jun 11, 2018

We don’t usually think of data as a roadblock to productive discourse. We can take it for granted that the world is objective and measurable, and that everyone sees what we see.

Dialogue on campus
By John Sarrouf on Jun 7, 2018

Can you make space in your class for students to develop a conviction—understand what they believe and why and be willing to share it—and at the same time invite them to hold those convictions with

Dialogue on public issues
By Parisa Parsa on May 10, 2018

The subject of guns in America lends itself to strong emotion and great strife, especially in the face of continued mass shootings.

From the Executive Director
By Parisa Parsa on Feb 27, 2018

The question was: what is at the heart of the matter for you when you think about the question of whether guns should be allowed in schools? Seven people ranging in age from their 20’s to

Conversation starters
Scott Silk
By Scott Silk on Feb 6, 2018

Name-calling. Insults. Hate speech. Fake news. A relentless 24-hour partisan spin cycle.

Dialogue around the world
By Katie Hyten on Jan 26, 2018

When we entered into 2017, our country reeled from the election less than two months earlier.

Dialogue on public issues
We Need to Talk
By Damien Lally on Dec 18, 2017

Like all the generations who came before us, we face a range of challenges that call for careful consideration, constructive debate, and collaborative problem-solving.

From the Executive Director
By Parisa Parsa on Dec 15, 2017

Earlier this year, a dialogue participant helped us with an amazing discovery:

We can make difficult people disappear.

Let me explain.

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