It’s often presumed that empathy is a good thing, and that more of it will make us, and our country, considerably better. If only we could put ourselves into each other’s shoes more easily, so the thinking goes, we would
Better Angels national leader John Wood, Jr. delivers a passionate address to The Visionaries Summit in Sacramento, California on the power of personal transformation to
Better Angels president and co-founder David Blankenhorn appeared on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal for a lengthy discussion about the organization and how to restore civility to politics.
By Randy Lioz and Paul Norris Involvement in Better Angels can be a highly rewarding endeavor, and each of us feels an increasing pull towards
It’s often presumed that empathy is a good thing, and that more of it will make us, and our country, considerably better. If only we
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It was after dinner – sometime during the mid-1970s. I was dancing around the living room when our telephone rang. My mom answered the call,
A year ago today, Christine Blasey Ford went public with a sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. I can’t recall in my
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Political polarization did not start with the 2016 election — it’s been gaining momentum for over 20 years. But with the rancor and divisiveness that has been on display in recent years, polarization may have reached its worst level in the United States since the Civil War.