Randy Lioz talks about his experience joining Braver Angels.
Coverage of Braver Angels by local print or web news outlets
Regardless of political affiliation, we all know much is at stake: our future well-being, our prosperity, and our transcendent values about what America stands for.
Just before the pandemic lockdowns, David Rowell and Bruce France were spurred by their religious beliefs to found a Braver Angels chapter in the Capital Region.
Steve Saltwick with the Central Texas Chapter of Braver Angels talks about what they want to change to bring people back together.
Employing some strategies used in couples therapy, one group’s mission since 2016 has been to try and heal the bitter divide between liberals and conservatives in the country, urging them to find common ground and avoid labels. NBC New York’s Melissa Russo reports.
An excellent piece in Minnesotta-based City Pages website on the impact of a local Braver Angels workshop on participants from all political perspectives. “Braver Angels’ depolarization workshops—named after a line
Braver Angels abortion workshop featured on Christian TV channel The Dove!
Duluth News-Tribune: Saying ‘Those people’ isn’t helping. Grassroots nonprofit aims to ease political disagreements
Braver Angels group helps political parties work together. A workshop is planned for Feb. 10 in Duluth.
Why can’t these people just talk to each other?
On Friday, December 13, Governor Kim Reynolds will sign a proclamation stating that December 14th will be Braver Angels Day in Iowa.
BA grassroots group in the U.S. is hoping to help some Americans relearn the skill of listening to people with differing politics by conducting civil debates. Mike Armstrong sat in on one of Braver Angels’ workshops in Lebanon, Ohio.
KOBI-TV // Rayvan Vares — An issue-specific Braver Angels workshop about abortion took place in Grants Pass, Oregon
Bismarck Tribune // Ellie Shockley — I am asking that we see the full humanity of ordinary North Dakotans who identify with a different political party than our own. Braver Angels defines depolarization in the way I’m using the term.
Arizona Daily Star // Andrea Molberg — It’s time to enjoy the Fall weather! Come spend your time watching the Braver Angels documentary to see how citizens across the country are turning down political heat.
Talbot Spy // Braver Angels is a national organization formed in 2016 after the Presidential election by folks who felt that the divide between red and blue Americans had become so severe that we were headed for civic breakdown.
The Sheridan Press // Sheridan — About 50 local residents showed up Tuesday to hear about the launch of the local Braver Angels chapter, which is part of a national effort to reduce political polarization and promote civil political discussions.
Wilmington Star News// Cheryl Whitaker — The public is invited to a free screening of the documentary “Braver Angels: Reuniting America” on Wednesday, Oct. 23 at the Hannah Block Historic USO/ Community Arts Center, 120 S. Second St. Registration is at 6 p.m., the showing begins at 6:30 p.m., and a discussion will follow.
The Sheridan Press — Braver Angels is a nationwide grassroots movement to depolarize America. We think of it as a companion to Community Conversations where we model how to talk about tough subjects in a civil and respectful way. Learning how to bring people of opposing political parties together in the same manner will be enlightening.
The Sheridan Press // SHERIDAN — Launched in 2016, Braver Angels is a bipartisan citizen’s movement to unify America. By creating opportunities for meaningful discussions, Braver Angels works to dial down the heated rhetoric that gets in the way of real conversations and accurate understanding of our differences.
The Billings Gazette// Launched in 2016, Braver Angels is a bipartisan citizen’s movement to unify America, according to a news release from Sheridan College.
The Frederick News-Post// Jim Carpenter and Natalie Abbas are on different sides of the political aisle —Carpenter, a Democrat from Frederick, and Abbas, a Republican from Myersville. But that hasn’t stopped the two Frederick County residents from talking politics in a respectful way. And now, they aim to spread civil discourse through a national nonprofit tasked with teaching Democrats and Republicans how to discuss the issues without inflaming the rhetoric.
KCRG // Marion — Braver Angels has a mission to depolarize American political conversations, and the group spoke Tuesday at the Marion – East Cedar Rapids Rotary Club.
Newton Daily News // “We can still have our differences — that’s fine — but we should be able to get along while we do it,” Peters said, noting that although he ran as a Republican candidate he sees himself more as a Libertarian. “So that’s kind of what Braver Angels is all about.” Last week, Peters held a screening of the “Braver Angels: Reuniting America” documentary and coaxed a brief discussion with some of Jasper County’s elected officials, 2020 campaign workers, candidates and voters at the Newton Public Library.
The Daily Universe// Is there a good way to disagree with someone while still being respectful of their thoughts and opinions? BYU persuasive writing professor Erin Blackmun teaches her students that sharing their opinions with each other is an opportunity to be enlightened.
The Reminder // SOUTHWICK — Bringing together people with opposite political views often creates a volatile situation. To keep the peace and bring back civility, open discussion, and understanding, Braver Angels is bringing political parties together in Western Massachusetts at their Sept. 30 bi–partisan public event.
TimesUnion // ALBANY — France, a right-leaning libertarian from Albany, and Galvin, a progressive who lives in Niskayuna, are founders of the local chapter of Braver Angels, a national movement working to depolarize a highly polarized America.