Irshad Manji, founder of Moral Courage ED, takes readers on a journey through the Moral Courage Method.
Highlights of a discussion between Irshad Manji and Jolexis DeJesus, a college student and social justice activist who received Moral Courage mentorship in high school. (3 minutes)
Irshad Manji engages with the scholar and activist Cornel West about how we the people can improve our discourse even when we disagree about what justice means. (2 minutes)
A conversation between Irshad Manji and NPR San Francisco host Michael Krasny about the pitfalls of labeling sentient beings and, by extension, the trouble with teaching intersectionality. (30 minutes)
Newsweek asked Irshad Manji how America can become great again. Her response — a guide to repairing the nation’s chasms — appeared alongside answers from Barack Obama, Stacey Abrams, Ben Shapiro, and others.
Irshad Manji distills research from the behavioral sciences to explain how you can change the world by adopting four tips. (4 minutes)
A dude and his dog are surrounded by decent people who lose it when he doesn’t conform to their beliefs. Outraged, they turn into caricatures of themselves. The dude and the dog keep it real, even as another pack of dogmatists bounce in. (1 minute)
Produced by TIME magazine, this video features Irshad Manji revealing how young people can learn crucial life skills when they hear rather than fear uncomfortable views. It’s among TIME’s most viral videos. (3 minutes)
Human beings demonize fellow humans all the time. Knowing the brain science behind our impulse can help us tame it. The Progressive magazine published this excerpt from Irshad Manji’s latest book, Don’t Label Me: How to Do Diversity Without Inflaming the Culture Wars.