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I see [respect] not only as an expression of circumstance, history, temperament, and culture, rooted in rituals and habits, but also arising from efforts to break with routines and imagine other ways of giving and receiving trust, and in so doing, creating relationships among equals. — Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot

Student Resources

The UW Common Book is more than a book; it’s also a gateway into a world of ideas in action. Start a conversation about Respect using these discussion questions. Learn more about the people and places in the book. Or discover groups dedicated to building respect on campus and in the community.