12 Ways to Break Your Filter Bubble and Gain Diverse Perspectives

It’s nearly inevitable: Humans tend to associate with those who are similar to us—whether politically, economically, racially or otherwise. This phenomenon, called clustering, is so prevalent that white Americans have 91 times as many white friends as black friends, according to research from the Public Religion Research Institute reported in the Washington Post: And not only are we more likely to have … Continue reading 12 Ways to Break Your Filter Bubble and Gain Diverse Perspectives