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.
How can we design a digital architecture that brings us together, incentivizes empathy, and builds a shared reality? Ciaran O’Connor and John Wood, Jr. join Tristan Harris on the Humane Tech Podcast
John Wood, Jr., national ambassador for Braver Angels and a public voice on matters of race and society, plumbs the depths of antiracism in its substance, cultural origins, and arguments in this far-reaching conversation on one of the most important intellectual movements of our time.
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.
April Lawson discusses Braver Angels with ACTA (American Council of Trustees and Alumni) and their partnership in the College Debates program.
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.
A special discussion of The Reunited States, a groundbreaking documentary film on bridge-building across America.
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