Sheba Williams talks about surviving life after incarceration, her nonprofit Nolef Turns, and the project of reintegrating the formerly incarcerated into society.
“There’s so much talk at Braver Angels about red and blue as if there’s just two sides to the conversation,” Barbara said. “But the problem of polarization affects everybody.”
Dr. William Doherty’s guest opinion column in the Cincinnati Enquirer.
April Lawson appeared on ABC 6 News to discuss Critical Race Theory.
Valerie Durham, executive director of FreedomFest, chats with Ciaran O’Connor about liberty, Donald Trump, and libertarianism’s role in the unity movement.
Two red and two blue Braver Angels leaders talk about critical race theory, UFO sightings, and how thrilling (or terrifying!) Fourth of July fireworks were to them as a kid.
Braver Angels cofounder delivered testimony on how to depolarize Congress. And Congress listened.
How can Christians become a force for reconciliation in our politics? Former Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam discusses the role of faith in the public square.
Hip-hop artist Sho Baraka joins John Wood, Jr. to talk about the culture of hip-hop, the challenge of race relations, Kanye West, and more.
Jonathan Rauch chats with John Wood, Jr. and April Lawson about his upcoming book, The Constitution of Knowledge, exploring how truth has come under attack.
Steve Saltwick and Lynn Heady, the red and blue co-directors of Braver Angels’ national field operations, share more about Braver Angels alliances.
Janine Shipley and Ron Hall share 30 years of friendship, a sense of faith, and a desperate urge to understand a deeply polarized country.
With “Walk A Mile In My News,” liberals and conservatives break out of their media silos by reading articles across the political divide and getting to know someone who appreciates them. Are you brave enough to try this Braver Angels workshop?
“Intellectual godfather” of Reason Magazine, Nick Gillespie talks libertarianism on the Braver Angles Podcast with John Wood, Jr.
Tristan Harris, former Google design ethicist, and heralded as “the conscience of Silicon Valley” joins the Braver Angels Podcast.
On the Braver Angels Podcast two guests discuss whether a multiracial working-class revolution is in the future.
Julia Minson, a social psychologist at Harvard’s Kennedy School, joins the Braver Angels Podcast.
Amanda Ripley, author of High Conflict, explores how good people get captured by devastating conflict and how they can break free.
Collaboraction Theatre’s Anthony Moseley and Dr. Marcus Robinson discuss how theatre can open people up to more constructive political conversations.
Michael Patrick F. Smith and Alma Cook talk global petroleum dependency, blue collar jobs, and music in the political space.
Tim Shriver joins the Braver Angels Podcast to talk about his new book, The Call to Unite, and the budding nationwide movement to unite America.
Host April Lawson and Sarah Anderson discuss how to engage faith and politics in our key relationships.
Photographers Roben Bellomo and Jim Hamel join Randy Lioz to talk about how they’ve come to a much more complete understanding of perspective and meaning.
Isaac Saul joins host Ciaran O’Connor for a deep dive on the future of political news, the power of storytelling, and what happened when he decided to open up about past transgressions.
Bari Weiss chats about the need for diversity in the editorial room, The 1619 Project, the role of conservative media in polarization, and more.
Should the outcome of the 2020 election be up for debate? Braver Angels leaders discuss.
Rakim Brooks of the American Civil Liberties Union joins John Wood, Jr. to clear the air on the ACLU’s commitment to free speech and to highlight the organization’s work in the area of social justice.
Two intellectual heavyweights on opposite sides of the aisle join host Ciaran O’Connor for a penetrating look at the impeachment proceedings.
Matt Taibbi joins John Wood, Jr. and Ciaran O’Connor to talk about the history of media, the dangers of big tech, Donald Trump being booted off Twitter, and more.
Sage Snider and Greg Smith join Braver Angels cofounder David Lapp to discuss their thoughts on unity and what it will take for reds and blues to save the Union.