How Nonprofits Can Bridge the Political Divide with the Center for Political Future

When looking at the political and social divide in the United States, one can feel a little hopeless. There is a huge divide, which according to Kamy Akhavan, leader of the Center for the Political Future, states is the most deepest it has ever been.

But what does this mean for nonprofit organizations?

Well, the concern here could be the following:

  1. What types of social movements should you advocate for on social media?
  2. Will you lose funders if you take a certain position?
  3. Should you reach out to funding sources and influencers who are only in your bubble?

What We Discuss:

  • About the Center for Political Futures
  • The Political Divide for Nonprofits
  • How to Bridge the Polarizing Divide 
  • Looking at Internal Bias from External Factors
  • Partisan Division Based on the Removal of the Public Space
  • How we Can Disagree and Be Alright
  • How to Communicate with Neutral Language
  • Communicating with Love
  • Listening to the Other Side can be the Way Forward
  • Advocating with Education
  • How to Know When Your Nonprofit Should Speak Up
  • When to Advocate on Social Media
  • Your Nonprofit Should Include Those that Think Outside Your Bubble