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'Divided States: Efforts to Pull Together When Things Fall Apart'

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As we emerge from isolation and pandemic, we find ourselves in many ways, a nation divided. "Divided States: Efforts to Pull Together When Things Fall Apart" takes a dive into issues that divide us and efforts to pull together. During this hour, stories explore how some family members of Qanon believers are feeling a sense of loss and grief and are fighting for ways to deprogram and free them from the conspiracy theories ... how ethnic studies has become a hot button issue ... how online doxxing more and more often is leading to real-life danger ... how Asian American communities are coming together to fight hate crimes ... and how music brings us all together. "Divided States" is hosted by Shirley Jahad and was made possible by the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.

Listen Sunday, July 11 at 7 p.m. on WRVO, on-air and online.