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NPR's Rachel Martin talks to evangelical blogger and radio show host Julie Roys about division in the Evangelical community following Donald Trump's election.

As the founder and president of The Harwood Institute for Public Innovation, it's Richard Harwood's job to build bridges between people. He discusses how Americans can begin mending political divides.

Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld of Ohev Sholom — The National Synagogue in Washington, D.C., has protested Donald Trump. After the election, he has advice for how parents should explain it to their children.

NPR's Senior Vice President of News and Editorial Director Michael Oreskes explains why he believes journalism and facts are important after this year's historic election.

FiveThirtyEight senior writer Farai Chideya talks about covering politics and polling in the 2016 election and how her views on media coverage of politics have changed.

Doyin Richards, founder of Daddy Doin' Work, decided to unfriend Trump supporters on Facebook. He discusses his social media reaction and how to move forward after the election.

Asra Nomani is a former Wall Street Journal reporter who wrote a piece in The Washington Post about why she, as a liberal, decided to vote for Donald Trump.

Commentator, author and human rights lawyer Arsalan Iftikhar reflects on what the presidential election results mean as a Muslim-American.

After an emotional election we check in with Denise Galvez, co-founder of Latinas for Trump. Trump performed better than expected among Latino voters.

Christians in northern Iraq can now return to villages that the Islamic State occupied for the past two years. But the damage is extensive and many are not sure it's safe to go back.

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