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Sharing Stories in a Broken Culture

Sharing Stories in a Broken Culture

Sep 1, 2017-- In this deeply divided culture, how can we honor people in such as way as to weave with them our common narrative and show each other respect? How do we find common ground? Simon Hodges believes that respectful relationships are a prior condition for persuasion and argues that we have the power to shape a narrative, giving voice to the voiceless and respect to all, that can bring about positive social change. (4440 reads)


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