At Koinonia Farm in Americus, Georgia, I interviewed Kevin Pendergast, a mental health counselor who was formally with the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. He was called in to help facilitate with the “Ulster Project” in Cincinnati. The Ulster Project brings both Protestant and Catholic youth from Northern Ireland to America to live together with host families for a year to help break down systemic prejudices. To supplement this, the youth are exposed to things like team building exercises. Mr. Pendergast gave the example of a sort of Outward Bound-type “High Ropes Course” where the Protestant and Catholic youth were called to work together to accomplish a task, to build camaraderie, and so on… In our Iraq policy paper, I propose Iraqi Sunni and Shiite youth have access to a similar program in order to help break down the centuries of prejudice and hate.