Monthly Archives: November 2016

I Am “Those Guys”

In the aftermath of an extremely divisive presidential campaign and post-election protests across the U.S., many people are wondering how our country can move forward amid such political polarity. There are grave concerns that neither side understands the other, and that some of the fallout may be felt the most by minorities and other vulnerable groups. Regardless of how they

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Don’t Count on Washington to Unite a Divided America

Leadership does not always start at the top. In the aftermath of the most divisive political campaign in recent history, the U.S. finds itself once again in a challenging, but historically familiar place: bridging significant political and philosophical differences. No matter how we voted, or whether we live in “red” or “blue” states, Americans cannot leave it up to Washington

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