The Hill: "'Roseanne' reboot to depict a family 'divided by politics' under Trump"

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."

The Washington Post: “We live in uncivil times. Two former White House social secretaries offer a cure”

“How to make an uncivil world more civil?” The Washington Post’s Roxanne Roberts poses this question to Jeremy Bernard and Lea Berman, two White House social secretaries who co-wrote the recently published Treating People Well: The Extraordinary Power of Civility at Work and in Life.

We are excited to announce that the Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics will host our founder and president, Lori Brewer Collins, this Saturday, February 3rd. As part of this year's National Campaign Conference for Political and Civic Engagement, Lori will moderate the discussion "Learning How to Be Loyal Antagonists" with a panel featuring past CtK.Campfire participants.