Living in a Pluralistic World
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America wasn’t meant to be homogeneous. A bedrock principle of our nation is its ability to accommodate diverse beliefs and practices, but this is challenging and citizens of the U.S. are more polarized than ever. Professor and author John Inazu thinks that we can live together peacefully and honor our differences. He’ll talk about how we can practice tolerance rather than protest, humility rather than defensiveness, and patience rather than coercion.
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