Depolarization and Race

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As events stretching back from the shooting in El Paso to the violence in Charlottesville have demonstrated, race remains perhaps the most volatile point of division on American life. Can we cross the racial divide in politics to heal America?

This 7 minute mini-documentary about race and the work of Better Angels looks at this question, with insights from John Wood, Jr., Ciaran O’Connor, Vox editor Ezra Klein, and Better Angels members Evan Chase and Lorenzo Murphy.

Depolarization & Race from Jan Anderson-Muir on Vimeo.

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