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Posted on: November 3, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Braver Angels & Greenburgh's David Greene want Republicans and Democrats to talk to each other

Is it possible for Trump and Biden supporters to find common ground? To hear each other? to talk to each other and not hate each other?
Braver Angels is a national organization that Greenburgh resident David Greene is involved with

Greenburgh's David Greene and Braver Angels want us all to talk to each other and get along after election day

Remember: Polling place locations have changed, by order of the Board of Elections. Hartsdale Fire Chief Ray Maseda reports that no voting at  Hartsdale firehouses this year. Contact Town Clerk Judith Beville's office for location if you didn't get a card from the Bd of Elections: 989 1501 or 1506

Greenburgh's David Greene wants  Trump and Biden supporters to find common ground - to hear each other - talk to each other and not to hate each other. He talks about an organization he is active with called Braver Angels.


Today is election day. Is it possible for Trump and Biden supporters to meet after election day and to disagree respectfully- and find a common ground?

Is it possible for Republicans and Democrats, immigrants and native born to like each other? And to hear each other's stories?

There's an organization out there called Braver Angels that wants to depolarize politics.

Braver Angels was inspired by the words of Abraham Lincoln, who not only called on Americans to summon the “better angels” of our nature — but called on us to find the courage needed to pursue a more perfect union, “with malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right.”

David Greene of Greenburgh and Randy Freeman of Braver Angels talk about their efforts to bridge the divide on a recent radio show I hosted on WVOX.

Wouldn't it be great if we could all get along?

Paul FeinerPS: :David is also having his first gallery photography show "Slices of Time" at the Piermont Fine Arts Gallery. He has been doing photography for many years, highlighting the landscapes and a culture of places visited. The show will run for 3 consecutive weekends (Nov 5-8; Nov 12-16 and  Nov 19-22 at the Piermont Fine Arts Gallery, 218 Ash Street, Piermont. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1-6 PM.

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