Higher ed is struggling to reconcile social justice and free speech.



 

Diversity Without Division™ reconciles social justice and free speech in three unique ways:

Social justice and free speech are treated as opposites on many higher ed campuses.

THEY'RE COMPATIBLE, actually.

DWD rejects crude binaries. Informed by the science of bridging differences, our pedagogy replaces the either/or frame with the both/and lens.

DWD embraces individuality (not individualism). Each of us has a unique back story even as we identify with certain groups.

 

DWD defines "diversity" to include diversity of viewpoint. We recognize that divergent opinions and ideas exist within groups, not merely between groups — a recognition that's crucial to avoiding new stereotypes as we dismantle old ones.

HEAR OUR FOUNDER, IRSHAD MANJI, ANSWER QUESTIONS FROM HIGHER ED LEADERS

Audio: Why are we all so fragile
Audio: DEI training has backfired
Audio: How can I get to know a colleague if I'm worried that they'll be offended by my questions?
Audio: I want to call on a wide array of students but not treat any of them like a token. Help?

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