Daily Caller // Sixteen people from both sides of the ideological aisle gathered Saturday for an unlikely experiment: learning how to speak civilly and trying to understand each other.
Minneapolis Star Tribune // A group called Braver Angels is organizing the gatherings of Republicans and Democrats to talk, listen and find what they have in common.
Associated Press // A University of Minnesota professor is among those on a mission to mend the hostility between critics and supporters of President Donald Trump.
Washington Times // Liberal Susana Isaacson, 70, and conservative Susan Symingron, 63, are friends who have bridged their political divide but couldn’t find anyone else to join their bipartisan exchanges.
Washington Post // Like so many Americans, most of Donna Murphy’s social circle shared her politics. So when she, a self-described liberal, was tasked with putting together a weekend-long event with an equal number of Democrats and Republicans, she needed to broaden her bubble.
NBC // A national tour with the aim of reunifying a fractured America rolled into New England on Monday. The “One America” tour arrived in downtown St. Albans, Vermont.
CNN // David Blankenhorn, activist and president of Braver Angels, tells Fareed how his organization brings people together despite political differences.