On: August 28, 2021 In:

Facing History and Ourselves, the global leader in educating for empathy, features Irshad Manji’s latest book, Don’t Label Me: How to Do Diversity Without Inflaming the Culture Wars.

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On: July 15, 2021 In:

How can the superintendents of school districts show leadership at a time of polarization and extremism? Moral Courage ED founder Irshad Manji explains to District Administration magazine.

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On: June 2, 2021 In:

Moral Courage ED releases online course to achieve diversity without division. The unique offering provides schools and districts with professional development to hold tough conversations while unifying students.

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On: May 14, 2021 In:

National Nonprofit Let Grow Launches Moral Courage ED as the No-Shaming Alternative to Mainstream Anti-racism Programs.

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On: May 13, 2021 In:

Horace Mann, a prominent independent school in New York City, reported on the workshop conducted by Irshad Manji, “How To Be Heard (Even By People Who Disagree With You).” Tenth-graders learned the Moral Courage Method of communicating across differences, and will be using the method to ensure that their...

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On: May 10, 2021 In:

When it comes to engaging young people about diversity, equity, and inclusion, why does the Moral Courage Method work so well? Because it’s informed by some core neuroscientific realities. Psychology Today explains.

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On: May 8, 2021 In:

Moral Courage ED founder Irshad Manji starred in a video produced by TIME.com. It went so viral that People magazine picked up on its message: that educators need to teach kids how to resist taking offense so readily.

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On: May 5, 2021 In:

In this feature-length article, Newsweek reports on how the Moral Courage Method can be applied to healing America’s partisan divides. If any of us want to be heard by our “Others,” listening to them is a lot more effective than labeling them.

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