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Polarization is a social dynamic in which people come to see differences of opinion as intolerable and threatening, and imagine the social world as divided into two opposing camps – "us" versus "them." Our goal is to understand how polarization is affecting our communities, and how we as public educators can intervene. Join members of the Courageous Dialogues: Moving Beyond Polarization research team for this presentation on preliminary research.
Andrea Korens, Program Coordinator & Instructor, Vancouver Community College
Leeza Perehudoff, Research Intern, Selkirk Innovates