|Pages/Publication Date:||272 / 2019|
In this age of dangerous partisan resentment and rising bigotry, CNN's Sally Kohn decided to investigate hate itself, to better consider how we can stop it. With humor and compassion, Kohn introduces us to leading researchers and scientists who are exploring the evolutionary and cultural roots of hate. She travels to Rwanda, to the Middle East, and across the United States, talking with former terrorists and reformed white supremacists, and even sitting down with some of her own Twitter trolls. What she discovers is surprising: All of us harbor hate, but the powerful acknowledgment that we are all in this together can lead us out of the wilderness.