One group tries to lower the volume on the high-decibel noise that’s further dividing a polarized nation

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Sheila Kloefkorn is a liberal, gay marketing executive in crimson-red Arizona who had a falling out with her family over the 2016 election. Greg Steinbrecher is a conservative aspiring actor from navy-blue California who has been labeled a “Nazi” by his friends for his right-of-center views.

For both, finding a way to lower the heat in a nation reaching a boil on political discourse is more than just a worthy ideal, it’s something worth fixing.

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