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The One America Movement is a national nonprofit confronting toxic polarization in our society. We equip faith communities to confront division and work together across political, racial, and religious divides to solve problems that matter.

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Toxic Polarization Threatens the Fabric of American Society and Our Democracy

Toxic polarization divides families and communities, fuels violence, and makes progress on critical issues nearly impossible.

The United States needs a national movement to end toxic polarization and unite us across religious, racial, and political divides. Millions of Americans want a stronger, more united country.

The One America Movement Fights Toxic Polarization

The One America Movement is a national nonprofit confronting toxic polarization in our society. We equip faith communities to confront division and work together across political, racial, and religious divides to solve problems that matter.

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You can sit with us.

Let’s face it — standing up for what is right, making room for new voices, and stepping outside of the comfort zone provided by your group isn’t always the best way to win cool points. Here at the One America Movement, we’re redefining what it means to be a part of the in-crowd.

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Polarization is pointless, and other lessons from the One America Movement:

One America Voices: April Brooks

April Brooks Tupelo, MSContent Manager Q: You and your family live in a tiny house. What made you decide to do something that some may consider a drastic change like that?  I realize tiny house living is not for everyone, but for my family, it has been the exact...

Who is the Enemy?

Who is the Enemy?

The truth is that Toxic Polarization feeds on our behaviors, thoughts, beliefs, and actions. We could end it tomorrow if we chose to.

We would have to intentionally choose to be more curious, to learn more, to experience other people’s lives, to talk less (and smile more!), to put down our phones, to pick up a shovel or a paintbrush, and to get to work serving others and to stop treating politics like a sport that we’re trying to win and instead, start treating our neighbors like human beings who deserve dignity and respect.

We change the world by how we act in the world. How we are, how we live, how we serve. None of us live up to those ideals all the time. I sure don’t. I don’t need enemies – I am my own worst enemy most of the time. The truth is that Toxic Polarization feeds on our behaviors, thoughts, beliefs, and actions. We could end it tomorrow if we chose to.

We’re tired of talk.

We’re tired of talk.

Now is the time to roll up our sleeves and get to work—together—on the challenges facing our communities and our country. There’s so much to do. If we’re going to talk about it, let’s talk in a way that moves us toward getting to work.

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