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Our mission is to provide a model for America, where Reason, Respect and Responsibility drive our conversations.

Who We Are

Bridging Minds Collective (BMC) is an online, women-led organization that promotes civil political communication between all people. We believe learning the skills for healthy communication needs a place on the internet, and we’ve created it.

My name is Sara Goff, and I founded Bridging Minds Collective in July of 2019. I’m a mom and an author, and I run a nonprofit that supports a few of our world’s poorest schools while encouraging the students to express themselves through writing.

Humans are created to be heard and to listen, and this is our focus at BMC. We stand against the political divide that is silencing us and undermining the strength of our country. It’s not about changing minds, but collaborating on the facts and building bridges between our unique experiences to move forward as the democratic republic that America is and was created to be.

We discuss the political and social issues that affect our lives — all people — and our children’s lives one day. Working together we can unite America…or just gain a well-rounded understanding of current events and make friends from across our country!

Sign Up below to follow us! Join our private discussion group on Facebook and our new app for live talks by clicking here: Bridging Minds. We’re sponsor-free and do not have political ties to one party.

What We Offer

We provide two distinct and private discussion groups where you can collaborate with other Members on topics of your choice — when it suits your schedule. Share your knowledge and experience and listen to what other Members think from across our country. You’ll expand your understanding of important topics in the news, but most importantly, you’ll practice the skills needed to have successful, civil conversations, even with opposing perspectives. Become a more confident and articulate communicator in every aspect of your life!

Our private Discussion Group on Facebook is for those who enjoy casual discussions on politics, current events, and issues affecting our society, country, and the planet. There are also fun social posts, where you can get to know fellow Members. We give communication tips, emphasize highly-rated sources and fact-checking, and provide guidelines to create a safe and welcoming environment. Our moderators help guide discussions and enforce a protocol of mutual respect. With a membership of nearly 2,500, 85% identify as female. Click below to join!

Our NEW Mighty Networks app is where we host live talks, expanding upon our group discussions on Facebook. We cover what’s in the news and the social issues that affect our lives — all with a focus on weighing different perspectives and identifying where certain words set off triggers (ignite unnecessary conflict) or foster civility and understanding. We put to practice communication skills that help in everyday life! 

We’re just getting started, so become one of our Founding Members and take advantage of a six-month free trial from your joining date! After the trial, our subscription fee is just $2.99/month.

We believe in our members and the work they do, so an additional benefit to joining our Bridging Minds app is the opportunity to partake in member highlights and promos. Click below to join on your computer/laptop or download the Mighty Networks app and search for Bridging Minds!

Stand With Us!

We are petitioning for UNITY in AMERICA. Sign up with our secure form and together we will show our leaders and the media that Americans need to talk to one another in order to understand our differences, that we DO NOT want to be a divided nation, and that they’re doing a disservice to us all by not recognizing the common ground we share.

American Profiles

Contribute a Profile Piece (any length) on what America means to you, on what most shaped your political identity growing up, or on any slice of American life that is personal to you and might inspire a new appreciation for our country in others. Feel free to be creative!

Perspective Pieces

Calling all bloggers and professionals! We publish Perspective Pieces on topics that affect every aspect of our lives and our kids’ lives, too. We offer advice and unique perspectives on topics that span the political spectrum, influence our social behavior, and impact our family-life.

What is your political identity?

Are you able to describe your personality in one word alone? Does that one word apply to you in every situation? Do you make life-altering decisions based on who you are according to that word? We think not, and it shouldn’t be that way in politics, either.

Working together is the answer, and building bridges across party lines is how we’re taking action to unite America!

Bridging Minds members are seeking a broader understanding of politics, and they understand why now more than ever it’s important to be engaged and informed.

Our Voice

Bridging Minds is changing the current toxic political climate by discussing the tough topics with Reason, Respect, and a Responsibility for our words. As we gain the attention of our leaders and show them that we can put people before the parties that divide us, we start to create a larger, healthier middle-ground.

Above all, we appreciate that America is a country of different opinions, races, religions, and social and economic backgrounds–and we’re taking decisive action to show that we can respectfully work together.

How to be involved. What to say. Join Us!

The BMC Pledge & Profile Questions

The BMC Pledge

  • I believe a more politically united America is possible, and I will do my part to engage with Responsibility, Reason, and Respect.
  • I will hold myself Responsible for my words. Freedom of Speech, to me, means opening up dialogue, rather than shutting it down.
  • I will Reason to the best of my ability by listening to opposing views, checking my facts and sources, and striving to understand all sides of an issue.
  • I Respect that Americans have different backgrounds and views and will agree to disagree when I can’t find common ground.

The Short Version of What We Teach Our Children

  • I will speak to others the way I would like to be spoken to.

  • I will listen before I speak.

  • Not everyone wants to play the same game or be on the same team. That’s OK.

Profile Questions

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