There is one thing on which The Karens really don’t agree: politics, and in particular, Donald Trump.
Coverage of Braver Angels by international print or web news outlets
For reds and blues to listen to each other, they first need to be heard themselves
Radio Canada // Two years after the arrival of President Donald Trump at the White House, the United States is deeply divided.
Arjen van der Horst // Amerika gaat de eindfase van de verkiezingscampagne in na een ongekend turbulente week. Democratische kopstukken waren het doelwit van bompakketjes.
NHK News Web // Under President Trump who attacks to obey people with different opinions, the division of society is deeper than ever in the United States.
Franceinfo // In the run-up to the mid-term elections, franceinfo attended a workshop aimed at reconciling progressives and conservatives.
BBC News // Deb is “very far to the left”. Tom’s a die-hard Republican. What happened when they met?
CBC/Radio-Canada // A year after the 45th President of the United States came to power, the Americans are mobilized: some to defend his ideas and others to oppose it. Portraits of 8 Americans whose life has been turned upside down.
Al Jazeera // Confrontations between supporters of US President Donald Trump and demonstrators that oppose his policies have often become violent during the US president’s first year in power.
Nieuwsuur // It is an election campaign with an intensity that you normally only see in presidential elections. US President Donald Trump travels all over the country for his now famous campaign meetings. He himself is not on the ballot, but the interim elections in the United States are more than ever about the president.
Neue Zürcher Zeitung // The sociologist David Blankenhorn, a staunch opponent of Trump, founded the organization “Braver Angels” after Trump’s election victory. The aim of the workshops offered there is a more understanding relationship between politically different thinkers.