How to change beliefs on education, police, gentrification and more
The Fall 2019 CaSIG Summits on Cultural Change brought over 150 students together to think through promising strategies to create meaningful change in the beliefs, values, and other cultural patterns that influence social structures.
Along with their proposals for change, this group engaged directly in cultural change work both in person and via social media. Working in teams, they developed and shared advocacy videos and messages building on research and personal experience to shift discourse.
Here we present the best of the best, portfolios that build from small actions toward macro-level shifts in the biggest problems of our day: police violence, racism, gentrification, gender discrimination, and more. The proposals struck an amazing balance between idealism and feasible action, please enjoy and spread these ideas: