The AllSides Mission:

Free people from filter bubbles so they can better understand the world and each other.

Entrepreneur AllSides Video - News Service Overview

News Service Overview

This two-minute video by Entrepreneur provides a nice run-down of our unique news service and how it helps us cut through one-sided bias and hyper-partisanship.

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Bridging Divides

Joan Blades and John Gable, the co-founders of our non-profit schools program, describe the dangers of filter bubbles and demonstrate how to bridge the divide between left and right.

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Unlike regular news services, AllSides exposes bias and provides multiple angles on the same story so you can quickly get the full picture, not just one slant.

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You don't know an issue if you only know one side. Replace narrow-minded group-think with depth, context and diversity so you can decide for yourself.

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Tired of hearing from haters and trolls when you want real dialog? AllSides lets you have civil discussions, even with people who disagree with you.

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Can you teach critical thinking in a world of slanted news and Internet blather? AllSides helps teachers do just that and fulfill Common Core requirements.

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Filter Bubbles

Filter Bubbles

See how the Internet, in its current state, is dividing us into filter bubbles that makes us more extreme and less tolerant of each other.

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Community Driven

Community Driven

AllSides is a multi-partisan revolution and set of technologies fueled by data and people like you. The AllSides Bias Rating is based on a crowd-driven, patented technology. From bias ratings to AllSides for Schools and civil dialogue across divides, it's people-powered tech.

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How the Internet Trains our Brains to Polarize and Despise

How the Internet Trains our Brains to Polarize and Despise

In addition to filter bubbles, the Internet can also train our brains to polarize against each other. From a 1997 speech by our founder.

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