(By the way, I see the publishing of this opinion as a positive result of the recent election. If Hillary had won, would we be talking about this topic this way? I'm not so sure.)
After reading this, I realized how it connects to my theme of getting together with others who are not from your same identity group, listening to them, and finding common ground with them. We can't do this just by logging onto Facebook or watching a video feed from a news channel we don't normally watch. It's not that easy.
It involves a face to face sit-down somewhere, and it will take time. So, I know I'm asking a lot. But I don't think there is any substitute for it.
I must admit, I haven't taken the time to try it yet. I'm still pondering exactly how to proceed. At least I won't have to travel far. There are communities only a few miles from where I live with people in very different circumstances from mine. I am still thinking about how to get started.
Perhaps, as I have often said, I might do well to start with learning how other people have done what I'm recommending, then take what I learn from their experience and adapt it to create my own way.