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Arguing for a Better World: How to talk about the issues that divide us

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This is a fascinating, pragmatic resource for those who want to make a difference but don’t know where to start. Yes we should consider equality in a global context, disappointed by the lack of commitment to either culture change, policy change, or the dismantling of structures. You Can't Say Anything Anymore cuts right to the heart of these tensions, with the aim of demonstrating the importance of rigorous definitions and distinctions, revealing the arguments that break the stalemates, and equipping readers with the tools to identify and defend their positions. A key to her falling out with her family was orchestrated by Jim Bob, who introduced her to missionary Derick Dillard. Her intelligence is fierce, her informed calm belligerence reminding you of Christopher Hitchens or Karl Kraus; she’s up for confronting those “fiercely protective of their power and influence”.

These questions tap into some of today's most divisive issues, and finding an answer can often lead to confusion and resentment.Learning to disagree with each other, while also deeply listening to seek the value that each contribution might bring, requires an investment in discipline, courage and learning – to center ourselves, to acknowledge and take responsibility for our own vulnerability, to own our power to cause effect and be willing to use it humbly and wisely in service of something greater than ourselves. Oppression, she helps us understand, is a “collective harm” that causes “long-term, widespread, predictable suffering, which, crucially, is preventable. We live in an age of information overload, and unfortunately, 'information' is often misinformation.

But living in echo chambers blunts our thinking, and if we can't persuade others, we have little hope of collectively bringing about change.

Clear writing and is helping me shape my often jumbled up feelings/thoughts regarding conversations around social justice and speaking points. These adverts enable local businesses to get in front of their target audience – the local community. More broadly, Shahvisi asserts that while global threats are often met with responses that “focus on scolding others,” what’s needed are “genuinely inclusive” movements that “make space for learning” while still holding people accountable.

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