COOK | Taste of Belonging

This new collection of recipes from Welcoming America offers more than a dozen ways to strengthen community and connect across difference.

READ | How to Talk to People Who Have Apparently Lost their Damn Minds

Amanda Ripley, the author of High Conflict: Why We Get Trapped and How We Get Out, offers clear instructions for how to address conspiracy theories and misinformation with those you love.

RESEARCH | Eight Ways to Care for Gen Z in a Post-Pandemic World

Young people are in a stage of life full of growth, and the pandemic has offered them uniquely difficult challenges. New data from Springtide Research Institute, gathered from 2,500 young people ages 13-25, helps us understand how we can help young people thrive in a post-pandemic world.

READ | Eight in Ten Americans are Concerned About Partisanship. Here’s How ‘The Unum Test’ Can Reunite America

Writing in Time, four bipartisan leaders reflect on why healing our divided nation is the defining challenge of our time and nothing less than the success of the American experiment is at stake.

READ | Four Ways to Connect with Your Baby During a Pandemic

The Columbia University Nurture Science Program explains four helpful practices that can help new mothers connect with their babies and overcome the emotional separation created by masks.

READ | ‘I’m Serving This Country, and This Is How I’m Treated?’

Writing in The New York Times, New Pluralists Field Builder Ted Johnson, a retired Naval officer, reflects on how Black American troops have not fully enjoyed the freedom they are sworn to defend.

READ | The Painful Path to Unity

New Pluralists Field Builder John Wood Jr. explains that redressing injustice and rebuilding community will force us all to acknowledge our shortcomings, but we have to get started.

WATCH | A Brief But Spectacular Take on How Democracy Can Work for Everyone

In his recent segment on PBS Newshour, New Pluralists Field Builder Eric Liu describes why he’s still hopeful democracy can work for everyone.