On March 14, join this one-hour workshop by The Better Argument Project, a collaboration by the Aspen Institute Citizenship and American Identity Program, Allstate, and Facing History and Ourselves, to reflect on the role of arguments in a healthy democracy and learn about the Three Dimensions and Five Principles of a Better Argument.
What makes the Super Bowl a highly anticipated event is not just the game itself; it’s also the interactions and connections among the players and with the fans (and Rihanna’s halftime show) that made 113 million people tune in. Here are a few ways we can incorporate these learnings about team building and connections into our own relationships.
A conversation among Kristen Cambell, Wendy Feliz, Andrew Hanauer, and Ted Johnson surfaces insights on ways to collaborate across differences and how funders can support grantee partners in bridging divides.
An op-ed by Louise Dubé of iCivics and Rajiv Vinnakota of the Institute for Citizens & Scholars explains the importance of civic education for young people and why it needs to go beyond the classroom and the voting booth.
- Executive Director at Grantmakers for Education
- Deputy Director at Rural Assembly
- Chief Operating Officer at Transcend
- Bridging & Democracy Fellow at AmeriCorps
- Development Director at The Othering and Belonging Institute
- Communications Director at The Dinner Party Labs