When national Democrats acted as if “we” need to educate “them,” someone who at least pretends to listen and respect wins. They have fear that what little they have may be taken away. The real change comes not from mere electoral politics but in connecting with people where they are. And out of this two years of pandemic isolation, it’s community that keeps us going. How is it that Democratic reactions after 9/11 led to quiescence? On this show author Beverly Gologorsky talks about how passion, noise from the streets, is essential. Her new book: Can You See the Wind? is about invisible but real change.

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