Scott Merzbach, Daily Hampshire Gazette
- Sep 30, 2019
Kentuckians to visit Leverett again as part of dialogue project
LEVERETT — A project that started two years ago to bridge political and cultural divides between Leverett residents and people living in...
Gayle Jo Carter, Aspire for Equality
- Apr 10, 2019
How to Talk When You Don't Agree
After the 2016 presidential election, Dr. Paula Green, founder of the Karuna Center for Peacebuilding, a US-based NGO focused on...
Brianna Provenzano for Nation Swell
- Feb 28, 2019
CAN RED AND BLUE AMERICA EVER SEE EYE TO EYE? SHE’S BETTING ON IT
America's partisan gap is widening. The key to bridging it is by simply initiating conversations with the other side, says Paula Green....
Isaac Chotiner, The New Yorker
- Feb 13, 2019
A Conflict-Resolution Expert on Whether Political and Racial Dialogue Have Value in the Trump Era
Paula Green has worked in peace-building and conflict resolution for three decades, often in places torn apart by war and ethnic...
RICHIE DAVIS, Recorder Staff
- Feb 12, 2019
Hands Across the Hills story spreads far beyond Franklin County
LEVERETT – After a year of drawing attention solely from The Greenfield Recorder, this town’s Hands Across the Hills effort and its...
Sabrina Tavernise, The New York Times
- Feb 5, 2019
They Have Worked on Conflicts Overseas. Now These Americans See ‘Red Flags’ at Home.
LEVERETT, Mass. — Paula Green has spent much of her life working on conflicts abroad. In places like Bosnia, Rwanda and Myanmar, Dr....
The Gratefulness Team, https://gratefulness.org
- Jan 25, 2019
Grateful Changemakers: Hands Across the Hills
Here in our feature “Grateful Changemakers,” we celebrate programs and projects that serve as beacons of gratefulness. These efforts...
Aired on NPR's Here and Now, Robin Young
- Nov 30, 2018
Conservatives in Kentucky, Liberals in Massachusetts Try to Bridge Political Divide
Listen to the podcast of Paula Green and Gwen Johnson on NPR's Here and Now After the 2016 presidential election, conflict resolution...