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OpenMind

OpenMind is a psychology-based educational platform designed to depolarize campuses, companies, organizations, and communities. OpenMind helps people foster intellectual humility and mutual understanding, while equipping them with essential skills to engage constructively across differences.

OpenMind began as a project of the New York University Stern School of Business under the supervision of Professor Jonathan Haidt. In January 2019, OpenMind spun out of NYU-Stern to become an independent non-profit organization.

If you don’t have time to delve into the entire OpenMind program, they have also created a 10-minute-long interactive guide to navigating difficult conversations. It teaches three science-backed skills to make these conversations easier and help us¬†communicate more constructively across differences.

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