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question bridge, white women, election 2020, cnn election coverage, voting habits white womn, american white women, trump 2020, msnbc white women, bbc white women in america, politics of white women

Question Bridge: White Women in America

Trans-media film project

In 2016 we experienced an election in the United States that showed great divides in our society, sparking in us a journey to gain clarity around why these divides are so deep, and how we might be able to attain greater understanding for one another. 

 

Question Bridge is a powerful video dialogue, designed to spark questions and answers between people of a specific demographic with wildly diverse opinions and worldviews. We chose to focus on white women as they reflect the nearly 50% split in voting patterns as we witnessed across the nation.

A safe and inherently intimate dialogue, our process creates a non-confrontational space to both give and receive through the use of video recording. Question Bridge: White Women is the second iteration of this powerful format, examining in-depth the real questions and answers inherent in this complex demographic. 

Real women, real questions, real answers. 

Join us in the conversation

What's the power of a Question?

In Latin, question is defined as a “seeking investigation.” It’s the best way to get information or to get to know someone.

 

What would you ask if you had the chance to pose a question to someone very different from you?

What if you could meaningfully answer a stranger’s question in a way that helps them better see the world from your perspective?”