How To Deal With Family And Friends Who Voted Differently Than You


Americans saw one of the most contentious and revealing presidential elections in U.S. history, and political results aside, it highlighted a gaping need for a change in moral mindset. As Eddie S. Glaude Jr., chair of the Department of African American Studies at Princeton University, put it in an election-focused interview with MSNBC, “[Americans] are not unique in our evils… Where we may be singular is our refusal to acknowledge them… We hide and cover and conceal so we can maintain the kind of willful ignorance that protects our innocence.”

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