Crossing the Divide

In the midst of some of the world’s most intense religious, political and societal conflicts, these incredible individuals are pioneering new ways to connect with those on opposing sides. It isn’t always easy. The personal costs can be enormous and the odds of success are far from certain, but for some, accepting things as they are just isn’t an option.

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