Davisville, Oct. 15, 2018: There’s plenty of conflict out there. How do we reduce it?

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Kara Hunter, of Yolo Conflict Resolution Center

American life is full of conflict – political, social, economic, all types. Today’s guest is Kara Hunter, executive director of the Yolo Conflict Resolution Center, who knows a lot about the subject. We discuss the center, what it does in Davis, who uses it, the results they get, and also about conflict overall – including how she’d advise the Senate if she were given the task of resolving their conflicts in the wake of the Supreme Court Kavanaugh confirmation hearings.  “The first thing I’d ask all of them to do is stop talking,” she says, “and start listening to one another.”

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