Across the United States tonight, public radio stations aired a live radio show called "Indivisible" described as "public radio’s national conversation about America in a time of change."
I listened tonight, and its brilliance is its simplicity. Four low-key hosts, on a rotation, between New York City and Minnesota.
Callers, invited to share their stories, questions designed to assist them in telling the story.
This is NPR at its best, and shows one of the great strengths of American public radio stations - their independence and ability to pivot.
ADDED: Just past the 20 minute mark, the show had newly elected congresswoman Pramila Jayapal as a guest. She gave predictable talking points, instead of a deeper discussion of the current American condition, this was little different that other talk radio segments. The callers were the highlight, because they were honest.