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How to forgive


Vox's Sean Illing talks with Elizabeth Bruenig about how hard it is to forgive, how to balance our desire for justice with our humanity, and about how the age-old moral framework of forgiveness has met new challenges in the modern forum of social media.


Host: Sean Illing (@seanilling), Interviews Writer, Vox

Guest: Elizabeth Bruenig (@ebruenig), staff writer, The Atlantic

References: 

  • “Not that Innocent” by Elizabeth Bruenig (The Atlantic; June 9)
  • “The Man I Saw Them Kill” by Elizabeth Bruenig (New York Times; Dec. 17, 2020)


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This episode was made by: 

  • Producer: Erikk Geannikis
  • Editor: Amy Drozdowska
  • Engineer: Paul Robert Mounsey
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