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Bernice King and Irshad Manji on MLK Day 2020

Moral Courage Tips & Tools
for the Week

This fall, Moral Courage College will partner with The King Center for Nonviolent Social Change to teach teens worldwide how to become smart activists. By "smart," we mean motivating others to hear you, not irritating them to dismiss you or intimidating them to self-censor. Otherwise, you won't move the needle. You'll only feed your ego.

 

For a taste of the tools we'll be giving the teens, watch this video clip of our founder, Irshad Manji. Dr. Bernice King, CEO of The King Center, calls it a "mic drop moment." 

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A FUTURE WORTH HAVING

Remember the Netflix doc, "The Social Dilemma"? Its creators host a podcast called, "Your Undivided Attention." Double-click for a future of humane technology.

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A NEW PARTNERSHIP TO DE-POLARIZE WORK

America's biggest association of HR professionals calls Diversity Without Division "game-changing" and "revolutionary." You might be surprised why.

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HOW TO START YOUR MORAL COURAGE JOURNEY

Our self-paced online course teaches the Moral Courage Method of communicating across divides. Engage and enjoy.

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WHY EMPATHY BOOSTS EFFICACY

At a time of deep divides, how empathetically we convey our views will impact how well they're received. Our Director of Education explains the brain science behind this truth on the "Purposeful Empathy" podcast.

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WHY WE SHOULD APE THE APES

Humans and apes are primates. But apes can teach us to stop labeling each other. A renowned scientist explains.

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WANT INNOVATION? PRACTICE VIEWPOINT DIVERSITY. HERE'S HOW.

Liberal and democratic societies are far more innovative than illiberal and authoritarian ones. Why? Because disagreeing is vital to innovating.

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