Braver Angels members Chrissy Koach and Tom Cook are Trump voters who were at the January 6 protests on Capitol Hill. They join Braver Angels co-founder David Lapp to share their first-hand accounts of that day, and their thoughts on how we can move forward together.
Professor Loretta Ross joins Ciaran O’Connor for a wide-ranging discussion on racial politics, right wing media, and when to draw a line in the sand.
Ciaran O’Connor joins April Lawson, Randy Lioz, and Alma Cook to reflect on a year that broke our hearts, tested our mettle, and ultimately reaffirmed our commitment to the work of Braver Angels.
Carlos Hernandez interviews four Angels of Color about crime, social justice, reparations, trauma, and the dimensions of who “owns” one’s problems.
Ciaran O’Connor and Luke Nathan Phillips interview Lee Drutman about his book “Breaking the Two-Party Doom Loop” and the current state of the American political parties in the aftermath of Election Day 2020.
Alma Cook interviews activist Susan Bro and singer-songwriter Becca Stevens
Randy Lioz talks about his experience joining Braver Angels.
Ciaran O’Connor interviews Bill Ottman, the founder of Minds.com
Students from all over the country talk cancel and celebrity culture, as well as their vision for the country.
John Wood, Jr. interviews Shelby Steele on antiracism, blackness, and his documentary film “What Killed Michael Brown?”
Ciaran and John reunite to talk about their journey through the 2020 election and the evolving work of Braver Angels.
John, Greg, Alma and Stacia trade stories and perspectives on the unity movement that is growing in America.
Mike and Chris challenge each other on President Trump. But do they think people like them can get along after the election?
Thomas and John compare their experiences as biracial Black men growing up in America and confront questions about the meaning of Blackness
Ciaran O’Connor Interviews Rick Gates, Star Witness in the Mueller Investigation
David French joins the podcast to talk about his new book “Divided We Fall,” why polarization has America on the path to civil war, and how we can prevent it.
There’s no acting in this conversation. Roxanne and Lydia get real on politics and Hollywood in this gripping back and forth.
Luke and Silas discuss the origins and development of pro-Trump intellectual movements on the right with Daniel McCarthy, editor of Modern Age.
Five conservative-leaning Braver Angels members join the Braver Angels Podcast for a lively discussion on President Trump.
Greta Van Susteren weighs in on media bias and overviews a remarkable career in broadcast journalism.
How do we defend free speech while pursuing social change? Heather and April dive deep and defying political stereotypes in all directions.
Can we find surprising areas of convergence amidst a wider climate of acrimony?
Carol Swain challenges stereotypes and assumptions in this Braver Angels Podcast.
Carlos Hernandez is a Latino Braver Angels leader from San Francisco who supports President Trump.
Kira and Dominique are powerful voices from the left & right. Can they find common ground on politics & Black America
The philosophy of Nonviolence touched the conscience of America. Why have we forgotten it?
There is a movement underway to depolarize America. It is bigger than just Braver Angels…
Ayishat and John compare notes on the projects of empathy building across the divides in both Britain and America.
What do we mean by “cancel culture?” And why has America struggled so mightily to contain the coronavirus? Ciaran O’Connor hosts a dynamic roundtable.
What are the forces driving the breakdown in our media system? How do media polarization, hyperpartisanship, and disinformation threaten our values and democracy? And what can we do about it??