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Listening • Understanding • Connecting

006: Civic Dinners – Jenn Graham

Civic Dinners uses technology to bring diverse perspectives to the table over food and provide structured conversation to build empathy and trust. More about Jenn Jenn Graham is a community organizer, designer and civic tech entrepreneur. She is the Founder…

005: Racial Reconciliation – Adrian Miller

Adrian talks about his work on President Bill Clinton’s Initiative for One America, and gives an honest portrayal of the challenges he has faced in trying to bring people with different viewpoints together to discuss tough issues. More About Adrian…

004: A Former White Supremacist and a Sikh Find Healing After Tragedy

On August 5, 2012 Pardeep Kaleka’s father was among 6 vicitims killed by a white supremacist in an attack on their temple. Trying to process his feelings of anguish and grief, he reached out to former white supremacist, Arno Michaelis,…

003: Listening to Trump’s America – County Supervisor Joe Simitian

Why did people who previously supported Democratic Presidential candidates vote for President Trump? County Supervisor, Joe Simitian, wanted to find out. So, he visited three counties in three separate states where he spoke with people from all walks of life.…

002: TheChisel’s Bipartisan Solutions – Founder of TheChisel Deborah Devedjian

Focused on shared values, common ground facts, and truly bi-partisan solutions, The Chisel gives everyone a new way to engage in political discourse on issues important to them. Yes We Agree Website: yesweagree.com Bipartisan Survey: What’s Your American Dream  (purchase on…

001: Listening For Understanding – Professional Mediator Elisabeth Seaman

As a holocaust survivor, peace has always been important to Elisabeth. Today she gives us numerous practical tips on how to listen for understanding. Learn 2 Resolve Website: learn2resolve.com Conflict Resolution – The Book Website: conflictresolution-thebook.com Book: Conflict – The Unexpected Gift:…

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