Kathryn’s guests talk about COVID-19
Episode #1054
May 30th, 2018
Uncovering Hate
CNN's Sally Kohn, former leading progressive voice and liberal commentator on Fox News, known for her ability to make friends across the political aisle, has gone head-to-head with her colleagues on divisive issues, engaging in heated arguments and developing unexpected friendships. But since the 2016 election and the upheaval that's followed Kohn wonders where has all the hate come from? Talking to leading experts she investigates the evolutionary and cultural roots of hate in its most subtle and obvious forms, from implicit bias and racism to violence and full-blown genocide. Kohn is featured in the Washington Post, NY Times, NY Magazine, USA Today and TIME. Her TED talks address practicing kindness online and finding compassion even for one's fiercest political enemies.
Guest Links
The Opposite of Hate: A Field Guide to Repairing Our HumanityBuy
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