Diversity Without Division: Introducing the Moral Courage Method of Communicating Across Divides

You'll learn to help people do these things:

  • View themselves and each other as more than "oppressed" and "oppressive" groups

  • Recognize that empathy is a smarter, more constructive, emotion than feeling offended

  • Create brave spaces for asking honest and unorthodox questions

  • Hear rather than fear different opinions, values, interpretations, and ideas

  • Draw the best from multiple perspectives to become innovative problem-solvers


Irshad Manji

Irshad is founder of the Moral Courage network and the recipient of Oprah's first-ever "Chutzpah Award" for boldness. A leadership professor at New York University for many years, Irshad now teaches with Oxford University's Initiative for Global Ethics and Human Rights. She is the New York Times bestselling author, most recently, of Don't Label Me: How to Do Diversity Without Inflaming the Culture Wars. Chris Rock calls the book "genius." Not everyone agrees.