Undergraduate campuses remain spaces where students are challenged to engage with worldviews and commitments different from their own—and the implementation of programs that facilitate such engagement is not without its trials. Communicating across divides is an important skill for active citizenship in the United States, especially as the country is experiencing both rapid diversification and rabid polarization.
Boyd, E., & Cruger, K. (2017). World Ready: Incorporating Interfaith Learning into General Education. Diversity and Democracy, Spring/Summer 2017, Vol. 20.
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