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Beyond Adversarialism: The Peace Buddy Path 2

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The Possible Society in Motion

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The emerging findings of New Horizons Possible Human, Possible Society Study, while not to be completed until December 31, 2015, are already revealing strong tendencies of everday citizens to be polarization promoters rather than solvers of the problem.

“Bridge building is an art, holds Anastasia, especially when its intent is to cross the rivers of diversity.

We need every available artist in this county to take an active part in a nationwide effort to build bridges to unite all of our many peoples, on every front of our lives; in our homes, our schools, our neighborhoods and our local communities, she stresses.”

Unfortunately, Anastasia, the architect and chief interviewer of this study, laments, most of our citizens are not making much of an effort to even learn this art at an introductory level.

Anastasia takes the opportunity, with the aid of questions and comments from co-host, Jack Slattery, to air her concerns about this finding of the Possible Human, Possible Society Study in this episode.

On-air conversation continues at 7:00 p.m. with a conference call discussion. (Call in number: 712.432.0600, access code: 6408