Two former members of Congress — a Republican and a Democrat — describe how they worked across the aisle and suggest ways to tackle today's deep partisanship. And Native American youth from Montana to Alaska are working to build healthier communities.
What are the issues causing deep divisions in our neighborhoods and among our leadership in the United States? What can be done to repair the damage? Two former members of Congress — a Republican and a Democrat — describe how they worked across the aisle in a time when divisions weren’t so deep. Can today’s elected leaders use lessons from the past to find common ground? Then, Native American youth from Alaska to Montana describe how they’re working to build healthier communities for indigenous people in the midst of a nutrition crisis that has its roots in the removal of tribes from their homeland.
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