In Ohio, one man's quest to get more voters to agree to disagree

To spark civil discussions about divisive topics, Dinner and a Fight gatherings use the five-chair method, in which participants choose a chair that represents how much they agree with a statement made on a particular issue. The occupants of the chairs then give short "opening statements" on their opinion to kick off the dialogue. Attendees say the process has helped them better understand the perspectives of those they disagree with.

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