The folk rock duo Amy Ray and Emily Saliers have been making music for over 25 years. They’re known for their social activism on-stage and off, but long before they became the Indigo Girls, they were singing in church choirs. They see music as a continuum of human existence, intertwined with spiritual life in a way that can’t be pinned down.
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Healing Our Fractured Civic Spaces
The Civil Conversations Project is a series of podcasts, live events, and online resources for beginning new conversations in public life at every level. How do we speak the questions we don't know how to ask each other? Can we find ways to bridge gulfs between us about politics, morality, and life itself? Can we do that even while we continue to disagree, passionately? How is technology playing into all this, and how can we shape it? Krista Tippett draws out voices of wisdom, poetry, and practicality, one on one as well as in dialogue. They model a new kind of conversation and relationship with difference. They offer ideas and tools for healing our fractured civic spaces.
The Civil Conversations Project
In this series of conversations, we draw out fresh ways to disarm dead-end debates on racial and economic isolation, partisanship, and abortion. These wise voices – john a. powell, Sr. Simone Campbell, Jonathan Haidt, John Paul Lederach, and David Gushee and Frances Kissling – model a new kind of conversation and relationship with difference. They offer ideas and tools for healing our fractured civic spaces.
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The award honors Tippett for “thoughtfully delving into the mysteries of human existence” through her writings and nationally syndicated program On Being.