Spotlight on Organizations That Promote Dialogue: How Braver Angels Began

Spotlight on Organizations That Promote Dialogue: How Braver Angels Began

Co-founder David Lapp describes the first event that marked the founding of Braver Angels, and organization that seeks to “… bring Americans together to bridge the partisan divide and strengthen our democratic republic.” The event was a weekend gathering of people from both sides of the partisan divide with the purpose to get people talking to each other and building a dialogue between these 2 seemingly intractable ideologies.

Gratitude As Pedagogy

Gratitude As Pedagogy

Gratitude involves the acknowledgement of what people have or receive and the conscious action of wanting to give back in some ways. When applied in an academic context, gratitude can help students to improve student/teacher and student/student relationships; it can help them to be more aware of their learning environment and increase understanding and focus on their studies. It can also improve mental health and wellbeing of both students and teachers.

Pope Francis & Muslim-Catholic Dialogue: An Illustrated Novel?

Pope Francis & Muslim-Catholic Dialogue: An Illustrated Novel?

iPub is embarking on a new, courageous project to bring the story of Pope Francis and Muslim-Catholic dialogue into the realm of the illustrated, or graphic, book. The authors of this illustrated book, Khaleel Mohommad, Professor, Moussa Serge Traore, Catholic Priest, and Leonard Swidler, Professor, will place this story in Iraq. It will follow the visit of Pope Francis to that country on a dialogue building mission to create peace, tolerance and unity between Catholics and Muslims there in March of 2021.

Bob Moses, Civil Rights Leader, Led Us to Imagine the End of Racism

Bob Moses, Civil Rights Leader, Led Us to Imagine the End of Racism

The author, Rabbi James Rudin, remembers Bob Moses, voter rights activist and education promoter who passed away earlier this year. Having met Moses in the 60’s during a period of protest and activism by many, including Jewish and Christian clergy together, Rudin was inspired by the words and passion of the young Moses. In this article he reflects on that experience and the enduring imprint it made on his mind.