Looking For America

How can Americans find a shared identity together? What does it mean to be an American? What is the common thing that binds Americans together, that can be a source of pride and agreement?

We partnered with Philippa Hughes of CuriosityConnects.us to bring people from across the political spectrum and across the country together for conversations on current affairs and identity in the United States in search of answers to those questions. We were Looking for America

View highlights of this summer’s conversations on what the U.S. government is doing for individuals during COVID-19, Donald Trump, Black Lives Matter, and the lessons that could be learned from the pandemic. Hear from “real” Americans, unfiltered by media and politicians.

If you want to talk to someone with different views and experiences, we can help facilitate discussion. Learn more at curiosityconnects.us and email hello(at)weshouldtalk.today.

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