On Being expands Civil Conversations Project We are expanding the Civil Conversations Project with audio, video, transcripts, and resources, find it all here: https://t.co/BcpSTEYE1N. — Krista Tippett (@kristatippett) November 18, 2016 On Being is expanding its Civil Conversations Project, and I urge you to take a look at what’s available. The conversations I’ve heard have been engaging and valuable. Advertisements Share this:TwitterTumblrGoogleFacebookFlipboardPocket Posted by mikeschultz 8 responses to On Being expands Civil Conversations Project mikeschultz – Author November 23, 2016 It seems that a lot of people are anticipating really difficult conversations act Thanksgiving this year and publishing guides. Here’s another 🔊🔊 Bracing yourself for post-election Thanksgiving convos? Us too. Dig into it on the new podcast ep 🦃🍁https://t.co/wLW4Vd7QFu — NPR's Code Switch (@NPRCodeSwitch) November 23, 2016 mikeschultz – Author November 23, 2016 And another Believe it or not, it’s actually possible to have a productive conversation about politics at Thanksgiving. https://t.co/o8XoiNsydM pic.twitter.com/4p0F3JqWEj — Washingtonian (@washingtonian) November 23, 2016 mikeschultz – Author November 23, 2016 The PBS NewsHour weighs in with a useful guide that includes many opinions. The advice from Jose Vargas to “Listen. Really listen.” reminds me of a thought already posted here. After this year's divisive election, some tips on how to keeps things civil at the #Thanksgiving table. #PBSnews https://t.co/f4lptc1Rrc — PBS NewsHour (@NewsHour) November 23, 2016 mikeschultz – Author November 23, 2016 A much more positive take from TED and Story Corps— 10 questions to ask your family at the dinner table: https://t.co/xadcHGmasK #Thanksgiving — TED Talks (@TEDTalks) November 23, 2016 mikeschultz – Author November 24, 2016 One last contribution from Vox— Thanksgiving Tips – Curated tweets by schultzmt mikeschultz – Author November 25, 2016 Today's morning cartoon by @BentSchwartz. Swipe through more cartoons with the New Yorker Today app: https://t.co/ahJutWjhVP pic.twitter.com/hBkLcPg6pL — The New Yorker (@NewYorker) November 25, 2016 mikeschultz – Author November 26, 2016 File away for future reference: there’s a hotline you can call if you’re stuck in a difficult conversation! Stuck in an uncomfortable talk about politics this Thanksgiving? There’s a hotline to help. mikeschultz – Author November 27, 2016 Looks like I should have seen this one on the road— #HowToAvoidPoliticsAtDinner pic.twitter.com/D2OBl80hwm — Suburb Slicker BBQ (@SuburbSlicker) November 23, 2016 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) w Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.