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A brief history of the Fair Housing Act: "a crucial achievement, and a powerful example of how our two parties could work together to achieve fundamental and positive change."
A reboot of the '90's television show "Roseanne" takes on the complexities of the contemporary American family divided by politics.
Roseanne Barr, who plays a Trump supporter, believes this polarization amidst families and the animosity that stems from political identity should be addressed because it "is not American."
Is dialogue a “blue” word and debate “red?” David Blankenhorn, president of Better Angels, explains the fundamental differences between two polarized words.
“Perhaps what unites Americans to one another is as powerful as what divides them.” Explore by state what unites Americans in this series of audio and portraiture interviews from The Washington Post.
Over seventy cross-partisan groups have arisen ”from local efforts to restore a culture of respect while exploring potential points of agreement.” Encouraging words in the midst of political divisiveness.