Resources for improving group connections for learning.
Dialogue vs Debate
Explore the differences between dialogue and debate.
Dialogue: The Art of Thinking Together
Learn how to create a communication bridge in organizations as well as communities, which will lead to greater success.
Beginning Courageous Conversations about Race
Find guidelines for more successful interracial dialogue, particularly about crucial issues and involving both students and colleagues.
Bridging Differences Through Dialogue
Discover a promising approach to mutual understanding which recognizes social and cultural differences. Learn how to appropriately identify common ground and communicate honestly.
Courageous Conversations Compass
Learn how we each uniquely process and engage with information about race.
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