Start a new trend: How to increase civility in your everyday conversation


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SALT LAKE CITY — Civility, or the lack of it, is a worldwide issue. The way we communicate with each other has deteriorated horribly.

Social media has played a role in escalating this civility crisis — everyone in our communities is impacted. This is both an interfaith issue and a political issue. It affects our families, our schools and our workplaces.

Despite this trend toward negativity, there are voices working to change the communication — to make it more civil. We highlight these positive voices.


Angie Denison


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