Recommended Reading / June 24th, 2022 / By Divided We Fall (author)
The firestorm over abortion that was recently reignited —first by the leaked draft of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision and now by the current decision overturning Roe. v. Wade—is merely the smoke before the conflagration.
Recommended Reading / January 11th, 2022 / By Aidanne DePoy
It’s been just over a year since the January 6 Capitol riot took place, and to call it polarizing would be a massive understatement. Check out these podcasts that use Jan. 6 as launching point for good.
Bias / November 15th, 2018 / By Julie Mastrine
We often think of Thanksgiving as a time when we relax with family and friends, stuff ourselves silly — and maybe apologize for burning the casserole. But aside from all the revelry, Thanksgiving can also bring uncomfortable political conversations. Thanksgiving is truly a time when we’re...
Bias / November 13th, 2018 / By Julie Mastrine
After a deeply polarized election, what's next for the U.S.? Despite the pervasiveness of technologies that connect us, it seems our communities are more deeply divided and polarized than ever. Media bias is only making things worse. It's time to break out of our filter bubbles. Let's go...