Updated: Oct 5
Welcome to Episode 2 of the Courageous RI podcast, the show that finds common ground, builds media literacy skills, and encourages curiosity, for the people of Rhode Island. Join us, at www.CourageousRI.com.
In this episode, our host Renee Hobbs talks with Katie Langford about polarization and stereotypes. Langford serves as Associate Director and Fellow of the Pell Center here in Rhode Island. Throughout their conversation, you can expect them to define affective polarization, talk about how it is related to identity, how it contributes to anti-democratic behavior, what consequences follow, and what possible solutions look like.
To learn more about Langford's report and the Pell Center's events, click here.