When conveyed in a bipartisan fashion, collective anger can be a powerful unifier across partisan divisions. Anandita Sabherwal, Adam Pearson, and Gregg Sparkman write that, by expressing their anger, activists can turn individuals who may be sitting at home stewing into a collective that is emboldened to act. Despite our differences, our anger reflects our shared values, and a […]
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