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We’re bringing Americans together at the state level to find consensus-based solutions to our most divisive issues. See how to bring Citizen Solutions to your state.

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A 30 day skill-building bootcamp to break the blame cycle and turn constructive conflict into sustainable solutions.

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The 3Cs Classroom curriculum is a framework designed to empower high school teachers to foster braver and more constructive classrooms in America through curiosity, compassion, and courage.

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Our report on the media’s massively disproportionate coverage of hyper-partisan politicians over bipartisan problem solvers.

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Empatico connects classrooms globally, fostering empathy and enriching education through free SEL-focused live exchanges and activities.

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Level up your thinking and communication skills with our free app. Put your skills to the test LIVE with other users, and turn curiosity, compassion, and courage into daily habits!

Original Builders Content

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Original Series

Stories from extraordinary leaders demonstrating curiosity, compassion, and courage in action.

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Original Series

A documentary series featuring real stories of people bridging divides.

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Learn five ways to escape toxic polarization from Columbia University professor Peter T. Coleman, Ph.D.

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Re-humanize the way we relate to each other with inspiring stories and tips to help you practice curiosity, compassion, and courage every day.

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US Polarization

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The AllSides Media Bias Chart™ helps you to easily identify different perspectives and political leanings in the news so you can get the full picture and think for yourself.

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In this four-part, scaffolded, self-paced curriculum, Essential Partners will help you develop the internal capacities, skills, and confidence you need to become a positive force in conversations around the election where you live, work, worship, and learn.

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Seven research-backed ideas for pundits, politicians, reporters, and regular citizens to help heal our country’s toxic polarization.

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Campus Polarization

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Bridging Differences is an online course that teaches us research-based principles, tools, and strategies to dialogue across lines of difference.



Perspectives is an evidence-based blended learning program designed to provide students with tools and practical skills to engage in dialogue across lines of difference.

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Interfaith America and Greater Good Science Center share guidance and strategies for bridging differences on college campuses.

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The Yale School of Public Health’s Humanitarian Research Lab, as part of the Conflict Observatory, documents evidence of Russia’s relocation of children from Ukraine to a network of re-education and adoption facilities in both Russia-occupied Crimea and mainland Russia where they undergo pro-Russia re-education efforts and at times are provided military training.

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Putin and Russian officials hope that the war in the Middle East will divert both support and attention from Ukraine.

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The U.S. Department of State shares striking images of the destruction of the first 182 days of Putin’s unjust war in Ukraine.

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Middle East Conflict

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Erez Manela, A history professor at Harvard University writes in The Harvard Crimson that it is possible to stand for the right of Israelis to live in safety and security in a Jewish state and, at the same time, support the right of Palestinians to self-determination in a state of their own.

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An inside look at the war from within Gaza from Rudy Rochman, with a holistic take on how Israelis and Palestinians can break free from this reoccurring conflict.

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Why Israel is powerless to dismantle the group’s finances.

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