Hearing One Another Through Polarization And COVID Fears

Kennedy King Memorial Initiative
“Landmark for Peace” memorial commemorating the site where Robert Kennedy delivered his remarks on the night of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s assassination. Kennedy King Memorial Initiative / Facebook
Kennedy King Memorial Initiative
“Landmark for Peace” memorial commemorating the site where Robert Kennedy delivered his remarks on the night of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s assassination. Kennedy King Memorial Initiative / Facebook

Hearing One Another Through Polarization And COVID Fears

In his new book, An Effort To Understand: Hearing One Another (and Ourselves) in a Nation Cracked in Half, speechwriter David Murray draws from some of history’s best speakers and communicators.

Murray joins Reset to share how great rhetoric can help Americans overcome polarization, COVID isolation and recognize how much we have in common.

GUEST: David Murray, executive director at Professional Speechwriters Association; author of An Effort To Understand: Hearing One Another (and Ourselves) in a Nation Cracked in Half