Many Americans are searching for a civil conversation. After the vitriol of the election, and the general turmoil of our digital lives, we seek a quiet space to make sense of where we are and what is happening.
The Civil Conversations Project provides a wonderful resource of great performers, artist, and thinkers in video, audio, and written form that inspire and provoke deeper thought, and give clarity to the great movements of our time.
Simone Campbell, Nuns on the Bus, explores how we reach out to each other to create a society that supports each person with a fair wage.
Terry Tempest Williams reflects on the vitality of the struggle to protect our public landscape, in a personal testimony to her family’s long history in Utah.
In Threshold, neighbors gather together to make their families safer, to grow food together, and to mentor youth into a sustaining society.