Better Arguments can be used to build relationships and make progress around specific local issues.

Community leaders and organizations can guide their neighbors to apply Better Arguments locally. Below are resources that are applicable to community gatherings and public forums.

Civic Dinners: In This Together?
Explore the tension between individual freedom and collective responsibility during COVID-19.
Faith Workbook
This workbook follows the Better Arguments Project framework and invites users to think about the influence of faith and spirituality in bridging divides. 

Check out the Join Us page to learn other ways to engage with the Better Arguments Project.

Facing History and Ourselves
The Aspen Institute Citizenship & American Identity Program