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NPR’s “On Point”

NPR”s “On Point” is a call-in show known for digging deep, asking challenging questions, and letting listeners have their say. Moral Courage ED founder Irshad Manji fields queries of all kinds in this 50-minute conversation.
Psychology Today

Psychology Today

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.
The King Center

Official MLK Day Observance

In January 2020, Rev. Dr. Bernice King — MLK’s youngest daughter and CEO of The King Center — asked Irshad Manji to speak at Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Dr. King used to preach. There, they held the official observance MLK Day. Irshad’s theme: How MLK inspired and shaped her activism as a Muslim reformer.


Moral Courage ED founder Irshad Manji starred in a video produced by 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.

BBC Radio’s “Heart and Soul”

Some people of faith experience moments in which they must decide whether to stay or leave their religion. But Irshad Manji, founder of Moral Courage ED, believes that such moments can lead to reconciling seeming opposites, not having to choose between them. On BBC’s “Heart and Soul,” she describes how to live with integrity.


Irshad Manji is “the master of moral courage.”

– Lesley Stahl, 60 Minutes

Lesley Stahl