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Dichotomies are Dumbing Us Down as They Drive Us Apart

Why multiple perspectives, identities, and stories are worth fighting for

As I tuned into a podcast conversation between Elif Shafak and Chris Anderson, founder of TED, I was admittedly distracted.

Until I tuned in.

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