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When Daryl Davis was ten, he did not understand hate yet. But, he was the only Black scout in a parade to honor Paul Revere's ride to Concord when he began getting hit by bottles. It was then he formed a question in his mind he spent much of his life answering: "How can you hate me when you don't even know me?" Failing to find an answer in books
Chris Stirewalt, former Fox News political editor, gives an inside view of the rage-driven political environment the United States has been plunged into. From Amazon: "Rage revenue-additcted news companies are plagued by shoddy reporting, sensationalism, groupthink, and partisan tribalism. Newsrooms rely on emotion-driven talk to entrance conflict-addled super users." This event is free to attend but registration is required via the Eventbrite link. Chris Stirewalt is a senior fellow at
Are you 'us' or are you 'them? These days every religious, nonprofit, and for-profit has to state their opinion on every political disagreement. This event discusses how advisable this situation is and if there might be a better way. This event is free to attend but registration is required to attend via the Eventbrite link. Built by patriotic volunteers, Braver Angels is a national movement to bridge the partisan divide,