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Women's March (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

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The Ethics of Dissent

Anger has become a feature of the political landscape in America. Is that necessarily a bad thing?  Ethics Center staff and scholars explore the many ways to express dissent and how to welcome opposing views.

On the Ethics of Hysteria
By Ryvenna Lewis, health care ethics internship manager, and Sara Tangdall, program manager for business, leadership, and social sector ethics

Dissent: The Missing Ingredient in Nonprofit Boardrooms
By Joan Harrington, assistant director of social sector ethics, and Ann Skeet, senior director of leadership ethics

Civic Virtue vs. Servile Civility
By Ann Mongoven, associate director of health care ethics

Workforce Diversity Includes Friendships That Cross Party Lines
By Ann Skeet, senior director of leadership ethics

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