Connecting the Dots Across Generations I haven’t written a blog post in three weeks. No, I haven’t been goofing off or enjoying our return to so-called normal. Instead, I’ve been trying out new ideas while working on my next book, Connecting the Dots. As regular readers of these posts know, it will tell the story of some remarkable young activists who are working to build solutions to the many problems that the pandemic has forced us to face—including many we should already have been facing. I’m learning a lot about institutionalized racism, economics, climate change, and the other issues those activists work on which helps explain why I’m writing less than I usually do. However, I [...]
About Chip HaussChip Hauss is Senior Fellow for Innovation and Board Member Emeritus at the Alliance for Peacbuilding.
The second in a pair of posts about the need for society-wide therapy in response to the crises of the 2020s.
The first of two blog posts on why we need social therapy. Inspired by my own therapist, of course.
Many of us think that democracy is under threat in the United States. In this week's post, I discuss how and why people reach such a conclusion, if it warranted, and, especially, what we can do about it.