The #dialogue pile
- Letter.wiki conversation on White Fragility
- To Argue Productively, Meet in a Neutral Space
- Testing the disagreement template
- On Facebook, content moderation, free speech, and personal responsibility
- An alternative to zingers
- What Can We Do About Our Bias?
- Oakland schools are struggling
- The Green New Deal is a 1-Pager for America
- Guidelines for Fruitful Dialogue
- The Beginning of a Fruitful Dialogue
- Can a friendly and diverse dialogue exist between liberals and conservatives on the internet?
- Announcing a new friendly and diverse community: Fruitful
- Equilibriums and Limits: a better way to look at most every political issue
- Great zinger! 💫
- 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
- Managing my internet rage
A conversation with Jonathan Church on Robin DiAngelo's book, White Fragility.
The spaces where we disagree have a hidden effect on our arguments
If you're in a gnarly disagreement and you feel like the conversation keeps going in circles, here's one way out: tease apart the questions that get raised in the disagreement into FACTS, VALUES, and PROPOSALS.
Using head, heart, and hands to understand a disagreement happening on Twitter about whether people have a moral responsibility to leave their jobs at Facebook.
3 interesting new developments in productive disagreement: etter.wiki, change a view, and impossible conversations.
A 4-step roadmap for developing an always-on, honest relationship to bias.
A 1–pager outlining evidence of the problem, diverse perspectives, and existing initiatives that attempt to address the problems.
It's meant to spark a conversation, so let's talk about it!
A work-in-progress. Feedback encouraged.
Things we’ve seen and learned 10 days into the formation of a new friendly and diverse space on the internet.
Let’s learn from past mistakes and keep trying.
Call for early adopters!
Understand the difference between equilibriums and limits.
You get 1 zinger point for what you just said.
A classic. But one that has earned the reputation.
Getting super angry isn’t as fun as it used to be.