Expert facilitators Beth Kanter and Debra Natenshon give a behind-the-scenes look at how to structure a virtual meeting so that great conversations happen, no matter where you are.

A question-and-answer exercise may help middle schoolers build friendships, including with kids of different ethnicities.

In an April 2020 interview, U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy explains how emotional connection is vital to human thriving.

In “Seek You,” a new graphic essay, Kristen Radtke studies the long arc – and surprising causes – of American isolation.

The Reunited States, a recent film about bridging the partisan divide, profiles New Pluralists Field Builder John Wood, Jr.: National Ambassador for Braver Angels and a rising figure in American politics.

Independent Sector’s second annual survey on trust in civil society analyzes the views of 8,000 Americans on trust of nonprofit organizations and philanthropic institutions.

Rev. Jen Bailey reflects with Krista Tippett and On Being about her forthcoming book, To My Beloveds: Letters on Faith, Race, Loss, and Radical Hope.

Alex Foley, Cornell ’22, reflects in Cornell’s Ripple Effect blog on what he learned from the civil-rights activist, lawyer, and interfaith leader Valarie Kaur.