The following links are useful for learning and teaching.
- The Civics Renewal Network has lots of partners and useful advocacy tools.
- Center for Civic Education has decades of experience and great books and videos.
- Civics 101 – from New Hampshire Public Radio – is a refresher course on the basics of how our democracy works. The podcast covers topics from midterm elections, to foreign aid, to constitutional amendments – and a whole lot more!
- iCivics is great for middle-school and high-school students.
- US Constitution.
- AllSides.com offers an amazing service, showing news stories from conservative, progressive and neutral perspectives.
- Better Angels teaches practical skills for debating political differences.
- Village Square has a great recipe for bringing different-minded people together over a meal for perspectives on difficult topics – and they enjoy it!
- The folks at Livingroom Conversations have a similar idea…
- As do the folks at The People’s Supper.
- AllSides.com has some useful tips and links for bridging political divides.