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“Conversational receptiveness” can be learned
The JAMS Foundation’s 12th Annual Warren Knight Distinguished Service Award was recently presented to Braver Angels, along with a $25,000 grant.
What I love about Braver Angels workshops is that you can come with your own perspective and views on various topics, and you get to leave with those same views and opinions.
“It actually worked!” “Today I attended a workshop that aimed to reduce polarization between Democrats and Republicans. It was through the Braver Angels organization, which offers a
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’
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.
Here’s a crazy concept: Democrats and Republicans can be friends.
Group uses marriage counseling techniques to bring red and blue together on the eve of the New Mexico legislative session
Why can’t these people just talk to each other?
Director of Public Outreach, John Wood, Jr. appeared on CTV News to talk Braver Angels role in civic society, and goals for the 2020 election year.
Out of curiosity, I recently attended a Braver Angels workshop here in Frederick…
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
NBC KARE-TV Minneapolis // Dr. Bill Dougherty, co-founder of Braver Angels suggests families remember “family bonds are more important than any political disagreement.”
The Christian Science Monitor // Henry Gass — The week before Thanksgiving, two dozen locals gathered at a church for a workshop organized by Braver Angels Central Texas, a local chapter of a national organization working to depolarize America and promote civil discourse.
The National Review // George Leef — Some organizations are trying to remind us that we’re better off with civil discourse rather than rancorous name-calling. In today’s Martin Center article, Shannon Watkins writes about that, focusing especially on a group called Braver Angels.
Yes! Magazine // Chris Winters — Three weeks after the 2016 presidential election, a group of 21 people came together in South Lebanon, Ohio, outside Cincinnati, to talk. The group comprised 11 people who’d supported Hillary Clinton for president and 10 who’d supported Donald Trump.