Exposure to Opposing Points of View

“Exposure to Opposing Reasons Reduces Negative Impressions of Ideological Opponents” Matthew L. Stanley, Peter S. Whitehead, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, and Paul Seli Duke University Abstract: Americans have become increasingly likely to dislike, distrust,...

National Day of Civility

A July 16 release from Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL): Today, Congressman Charlie Crist (D-FL) joined with Honor and Civility Caucus Co-Chairs Congressman Mike Johnson (R-LA) and Congressman Emmanuel Cleaver (D – MO) to announce the reintroduction of bipartisan...

Teaching Civility

The 2020-2021 school year is approaching and The Be Kind People Project is equipping parents and teachers with the tools and programs they need to head back to school while facing a new normal in the classroom (or virtual classroom). The Be Kind People Project will...

Civility and Congress by Design

From the National Archives: Congress and Civility by Design Summary: The First Congress established civility as a core value of American government. Studying documents from this period reveals how congressional processes and the rules for debate promoted civility....

Civility Ice Cream

From an Stewart’s Shops, an Upstate New York chain: Civility Ice Cream is making a return at the cone counter. It has sweet, smooth vanilla ice cream with salty caramel swirls. With a world divided, we thought everyone could use a scoop of Civility (ice cream)!...