Want to have a curious, open-hearted, bridging conversation with someone who has different beliefs from your own? Take One Small Step with StoryCorps and be in conversations with strangers about their lives–not about politics.
Global Citizen Year Founder Abby Falik advocates that before college, students need time away from teachers and tests to figure out who they want to be, what the world needs – and how they will reconcile the two.
Our partners at Perception Institute created a 10-minute training for prospective jurors in New York State on the brain science that may lead individuals to make decisions based on implicit biases or attitudes about particular groups. Even if you are not headed to jury duty, this video provides concrete strategies that you can use to make decisions without relying on underlying biases or stereotypes.
In this op-ed in the Chronicle of Philanthropy, Suzette Brooks Masters describes how funders sometimes contribute to polarization through what and how they fund, and the practical ways forward to close the gap.