Nov. 4, the day after the presidential election, could be the most divisive day in modern U.S. history.
That’s according to a nonprofit organization called “Braver Angels.” But they’re flying in the face of adversity.
“It’s not Democrats that are the problem, and it’s not Republicans that are the problem,” said Linda Beck, Dauphin County’s first trained moderator for Braver Angels. “It’s polarization that’s the problem. We are now more politically divided than before the Civil War, according to Pew Research.”
Continue reading, “On the Side of the Angels: Braver Angels flies into the political divide to bridge polarization,” TheBurg, October 2020.