We’re celebrating the end of one year and the beginning of the next by thanking BSA Readers, Friends, and Family for your support in 2023. Picked by our followers, these photos are the heavily circulated and “liked” selections of the year – shot by our Editor of Photography, Jaime Rojo. We’re sharing a new one every day to celebrate all our good times together, our hope for the future, and our love for the street. Happy Holidays Everyone!
It’s not hard to get one group to hate another, especially when you use time-tested techniques employed by autocrats, advertisers, and PR firms. The “news” and social media platforms are seeded with their campaigns to turn us against one another and to question our own good judgment daily.
Many may have the idea that the US and the entire Western world are a polarized society about a host of hot-button social or political issues. Every year, polling suggests that, at heart, we are not. As long as we keep fighting with each other, and are fearful of the other, allowing the flames of hate to be fanned, we lose.
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