The Talking Together project hopes to give people skills and insights to have productive discussions about issues of disagreement. That is often difficult in the current political climate, as shown at this rally in Roseville, Calif., Feb. 4 where Trump supporter Lance Snead, left, was confronted by Louise Isaacson, who is opposed to Trump.
The Talking Together project hopes to give people skills and insights to have productive discussions about issues of disagreement. That is often difficult in the current political climate, as shown at this rally in Roseville, Calif., Feb. 4 where Trump supporter Lance Snead, left, was confronted by Louise Isaacson, who is opposed to Trump. Randall Benton AP
The Talking Together project hopes to give people skills and insights to have productive discussions about issues of disagreement. That is often difficult in the current political climate, as shown at this rally in Roseville, Calif., Feb. 4 where Trump supporter Lance Snead, left, was confronted by Louise Isaacson, who is opposed to Trump. Randall Benton AP

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Tom Eblen is a columnist for the Lexington Herald-Leader who writes about life, people and issues in Lexington and Kentucky. A Lexington native, Eblen was the Herald-Leader's managing editor from 1998 to 2008.