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The Respect Project - Bridging the Conflicts that Divide Us

What does it take to get beyond stereotypes and build respect in divided communities? The most resilient relationships are ones that grow from a willingness to dive into what's difficult. As a fractured world seeks to knit itself together, the ability to disagree yet not hate is seen as essential. In these stories, Monitor correspondents discover there are people who are challenging the narrative of polarization.

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The Respect Project - Bridging the Conflicts that Divide Us

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    Respect: Is it the glue a polarized nation needs?

    Respect: Is it the glue a polarized nation needs?

    Respect is a core civic value to American democracy, but it can also be used as a tool of repression. As a fractured nation seeks to knit itself together, the ability to disagree yet not hate is seen as essential.

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