“… people after the event were more likely to think both liberals and conservatives were good people, were less likely to yell at others, more likely to speak out against hate, felt more in common with people both of the same and other ethnic group, and felt more comfort with people similar and different than themselves.”
Category: Village Square 101
“We shall learn to live together as brothers and sisters or we will perish together as fools. The choice is ours: chaos or community.” –Martin Luther King Jr.
Must see Village Square TV: Village Square board chair Jack Romberg speaks with Gary Yordon of WCTV’s The Usual Suspects about the intersection of morality and politics (December 16, 2017). Watch by clicking here.
By Rachel Leigh Peller. The Jefferson Dinner hosted by Rachel, Sondra and Britney. Sign up to host or attend a Jefferson Dinner (or learn more) online here. My biological family is politically diverse. At the last holiday dinner, we realized we represented five different parties: Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, Green, and Independent. I’m used to talking […]
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