Protests, Pile-Ons and Toxic Masculinity

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Ciaran O’Connor and John Wood, Jr., with fellow Better Angels leaders Greg Steinbrecher and Randy Lioz, discuss bias and pile on culture in the wake of the protests involving Covington Catholic High School students and participants in an Indigenous People’s Rally, and the Gillette commercial targeting “toxic masculinity.”

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1 thought on “Protests, Pile-Ons and Toxic Masculinity”

  1. I am enjoying the podcast and love the way you guys are modeling how to have conversations among people with political disagreements. One comment: it would be great to hear women’s voices on the podcast, especially when talking about subjects like toxic masculinity.

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