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SPECIAL: Intergenerational Polarization Conversation
October 31, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm PDT
This conversation is designated as an intergenerational conversation. Conversation hosts will be members of our Youth Council and we are interested in having a balanced conversation of older and younger participants.
As we approach the 2020 elections, we are aware of our political differences. Some polarization is a natural part of an election as a way of differentiating between political parties and candidates, but today we are increasingly seeing Americans who vote for other parties not just as different or wrong, but as morally corrupt, evil. Contributing to this, based on our politics, we read different news sources that support our existing narratives. This kind of polarization can halt progress on important policies–even ones with a majority of the country’s support—sparking anger and resentment in politics, fraying our social fabric, and leading more people to fear the potential for violence.
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