What's happening these days on the West Coast?
Learning to live together after our nasty election: if a house divided against itself cannot stand, then America right now feels pretty shaky. Joshua Johnson asks how we get past the name-calling, and treat each other like human beings.
- Frank Sesno is director of the School of Media and Public Affairs at the George Washington University and host of Planet Forward; author of a new book, "Ask More: The Power of Questions to Open Doors, Uncover Solutions, and Spark Change.”
- Celeste Headlee is host of Georgia Public Broadcasting's "On Second Thought"; author of a forthcoming book on reviving conversation, tentatively titled "We Should Talk."
- Dante Chinni is director of the American Communities Project; he also writes for NBC News and The Wall Street Journal; author of "Our Patchwork Nation."
Celeste Headlee's TED Talk
Read An Excerpt From Frank Sesno's Book
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