Sheba Williams is the founder of Nolef Turns and an advocate with deeply personal experience surviving life after incarceration. In this episode of the Braver Angels Podcast, Sheba chats with John Wood, Jr. and Silas Kulkarni about her recent appearance in the Braver Angels Coliseum Debate on Voting Rights and the efforts underway to bring together a cross-partisan, cross-cultural coalition to reintegrate the formerly incarcerated into society.
Learn more about Nolef Turns on the group’s website: www.nolefturns.org
Twitter: @braverangels, @JohnRWoodJr, @SilasKulkarni, @nolefturnsinc
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1 thought on “The Plight of Returning Citizens | Sheba Williams with John Wood, Jr. & Silas Kulkarni”
The Braver Angels effort, which is very laudatory, seems to focus on one-on-one better understandings. I respect people I differ with, and I work to understand their points of view, and I dig deeper to understand the reasons why. Despite this, I see little chance of actually changing their values or persuading them to drop their attachment to their beliefs and asserted facts. Is acceptance of differences sufficient for you or is your mission reconciliation for action around a common goal?