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This week’s inspiring video: A Living Room Conversation Across Political Divides
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Nov 05, 2020
A Living Room Conversation Across Political Divides

A Living Room Conversation Across Political Divides

Joan Blades is an “accidental activist” at the forefront of movements that have shaped American culture and politics. Through her various endeavors Blades has experientially acted upon an insight about the power of ordinary people driving change. She is the co-founder of MoveOn.org, and another remarkable initiative called Living Room Conversations. In this timely video, she and her collaborator Mark Meckler share more about their work and their deep conviction that Americans can build bridges across differences– simply by conversing as a nation and regarding those with radically different beliefs as fellow human beings.
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