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Though we've completed research on civil discourse and implemented our campaign, part of the fight against incivility is continuing to learn and explore how to promote civil discourse.

Below is a series of useful articles, interfaces, and organizations that work to solve incivility and encourage productive civil discourse.


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How to Relieve Job Stress After Work


Learn why we take our job stress home and how to manage that negativity while home.

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Talking with Someone You Disagree With

Psychology Today

11 tips for engaging in healthy discourse when you disagree with someone.

Business Conference

Good Shepard Mediation Program

The Good Shepherd Mediation Program encourages people in conflict to come and resolve their disputes.


World Affairs Council

The World Affairs Council of Philadelphia is dedicated to informing and engaging people of all ages.

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How to talk to someone who doesn't wear a mask


Talking to people about wearing masks, especially those close to you, can be difficult. Learn how to here.

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How to talk about politics constructively

Celeste Headlee gives her opinion and advice on how to engage in political discourse constructively

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The Management


The Management Center helps social justice leaders learn how to build and run more equitable organizations.

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Philadelphia Statement

The Philadelphia Statement is the beginning of an ongoing movement to restore free speech and civil discourse.

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Why is Civil Discourse Important?

Charles Koch Institute

"Civil discourse is one of the conditions that helps people live peacefully together in civil society"

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Civil Discourse Symposium: Philadelphia

Philadelphia-based group that coordinates events to discuss controversial to mildly-deviant topics.

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National Institute for Civil Discourse

The University of Arizona

NICD wants to be a place where people with different values can discuss their differences in a civil manner.


"Is My Data Private?"

'Hear Me Out' event

Event organized by 'Hear Me Out' where participants will discuss the impacts of our social media engagement.

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