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Whether it’s a planned discussion in a classroom or a spontaneous debate, we can find ourselves caught balancing people’s right to express opposing viewpoints in a culture that values who can belittle each other to “win” an argument. The process is difficult at best.

As part of the Navigating Politics with Dignity in the New Decade Initiative, join Cultures of Dignity Co-Founder, bestselling author, and educator Rosalind Wiseman for an interactive webinar on how we can all move beyond the term “politically correct” to have more authentic, productive conversations that honor each other’s dignity and strengthen our relationships. 

In this free webinar, Rosalind will provide strategies to…

  • Better understand how people’s right to express their opinions, regardless of their political views, can undermine others’ ability to feel included and “heard.”
  • Provide strategies for responding when someone is mocking another’s point of view or experience. 
  • Repair relationships between people who feel alienated from each other.
  • Facilitate political conversations between young people.
  • Interrupt and address hate and bias in the classroom.
  • Manage yourself in these situations.


When? March 31st at 1 pm EST

Where? Zoom Webinar: A link will be provided the day of the webinar to join the Zoom video!

Participants will also receive a recording of the webinar after via email.

P.S. Bring your questions! We’ll open up for a brief Q&A at the end of the call.

About Rosalind Wiseman

Rosalind Wiseman has had only one job since graduating from college: to foster civil dialogue and work with communities to build strength, courage and purpose. Rosalind is the founder of Cultures of Dignity, the author of the curriculum Owning Up: Empowering Adolescents to Confront Social Cruelty, Bullying, and Injustice and a multiple New York Times bestselling author including Queen Bees and Wannabes: Helping Your Daughter Survive Cliques, Gossip, Boyfriends, and the New Realities of Girl World—the groundbreaking book that was the basis for the movie and Broadway musical Mean Girls. She lives in Boulder Colorado with her husband and two sons.

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