Civil Discourse Over Dinner

Subtitle

If you have people in your life that have vastly different political beliefs or ideologies, how do you keep your relationship honest and also keep the relationship strong and connective?

Summary

Using the power of the internet and our own experiences, we attempted to come up with some ideas for you to take on the task of keeping your family gatherings more about connection. If that is your goal, of course.


Transcript here: http://bit.ly/120Civil


Articles and items we referenced:


How to talk politics at your family holiday meal - CNN, Nov 22, 2017 https://cnn.it/2qjAMjG

How the night before Thanksgiving became the 'biggest drinking day of year' - StarTribune.com, Nov 22, 2017 http://strib.mn/2ACy4vE

Why Families Fight During Holidays - The Atlantic, Dec 23, 2013 http://bit.ly/2EUvVjj

Non Violent Communication http://www.cnvc.org/

Christians and the Pagans https://binged.it/2CVi0HI

Romeo and Juliet in Kigali https://n.pr/2Q7U3A7


BiCurean

Hannah Gadsby: Nannette https://www.netflix.com/title/80233611

As a Black Woman Everything I Love is Problematic, Huffpost, Jan 25, 2018 http://bit.ly/2PujrCN

Not exercising worse for your health than smoking, diabetes and heart disease - CNN, Oct 28, 2018 https://cnn.it/2AAV4va