Heterodox Holiday Placemat

Wouldn’t it be fun to be a part of a conversation like this?

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From left: John Stuart Mill, Gloria Steinem, Ronald Reagan, Karl Marx, Milton Friedman, and Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Heterodox Holiday Placemat is a free, downloadable resource for advancing discussions about viewpoint diversity around the dining table. It’s far more fun and politically inclusive than the heavy-handed indoctrination placemats that Harvard University asked its students to bring home last year. Great conversations and new insights happen when people who see things differently come together in a context that promotes civility and mutual respect- something we desperately need in America right now. So print out place settings for all your guests, and have a heterodox holiday!

Download our new Heterodox Holiday Placemat (both sized at 8.5 x 11) for your future events via the links below.
Share your photos and experiences of the placemat in action by emailing Jeremy Willinger.

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For more resources on how to handle cross-partisan conversations, see CivilPolitics.org

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