Indivisible is a national conversation about America in a time of change. This short series is intended to bring listeners, across every divide, together to weigh in and participate in lively, candid, and inclusive conversations during the first 100 days of the Trump presidency.
WNYC, Minnesota Public Radio (MPR), WUWM, Milwaukee, The Economist and now OPB and other organizations nationwide have joined together to convene this nightly gathering for Americans.
You can participate and listen live Monday through Thursday evenings from 5pm-6pm through our website: opb.org/indivisible and/or listen Monday through Thursday at 10pm on OPB Radio.
This short series concludes April 27. Note: There will not be a broadcast of “Indivisible” on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017.
The focus of each evening:
• MONDAYS - WNYC’s Kai Wright and editors and correspondents from The Economist partner on a program that allows Americans to hear and discuss how the world is reacting to the changes that are coming to Washington and what new opportunities and challenges arise as a result.
• TUESDAYS - WNYC’s Brian Lehrer hosts a program evaluating how—and how quickly— American norms are changing. How are language, ethics, the law and our institutions adopting new contours under a new and unprecedented leader?
• WEDNESDAYS - Charlie Sykes, a leading voice in conservative talk radio for 25 years, will interview policy makers and engage listeners in conversation that weighs developments in the new administration’s first 100 days against American values and conservative principles.
• THURSDAYS - MPR’s Kerri Miller will examine American identity at this moment of change. Who is read into the national narrative, who feels left out, and how might our long-term sense of ourselves change? This program will be produced by MPR in St. Paul.