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: July 8, 2021 In:

A breakout star of “American Idol,” Clay Aiken laughs (and laughs and laughs) with Irshad Manji in this wide-ranging conversation. What Irshad says about politics hits home with Clay, a former congressional candidate. Her final statement captures the core of what Moral Courage ED teaches.

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On: June 24, 2021 In:

Can free speech and social justice be reconciled? Yes, says Irshad Manji, and she explains how. Heterodox Academy is a national coalition of scholars who advocate open inquiry and viewpoint diversity. Their motto: “Great minds don’t always think alike.”

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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 25, 2021 In:

Can Moral Courage replace cancel culture? That’s the question explored by “Firing Line” host Margaret Hoover and Moral Courage ED founder Irshad Manji.

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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 12, 2021 In:

Irshad Manji spoke at EdPalooza 2021 about how Moral Courage can transform civics in our polarized era. EdPalooza is the national conference of ExcelinEd, a bipartisan organization that advocates greater access to better schools for kids across America.

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On: May 11, 2021 In:

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.

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