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Dorit Price-Levine
Dorit Price-Levine

is the deputy director of Resetting the Table, an organization dedicated to building meaningful communication across political divides. Through Resetting the Table, Dorit leads skill-building workshops, facilitates communal forums, and consults with leaders on how to build a culture of dialogue across differences in communities across the country. An attorney and mediator, Dorit has worked in the field of conflict resolution for over a decade with extensive experience on the ground in the Middle East. She worked on Middle East policy in Washington, D.C. at J Street and the Middle East Institute, and clerked in The Hague at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY). A member of the New York State Bar, Dorit holds a J.D. from Berkeley Law, where she was awarded the Prosser Prize in Refugee Studies. She holds a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, where she graduated magna cum laude in Political Science and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations.

The Conversation About Guns We’re Not Having

On questioning the habit of vilifying “gun people” for a fundamental part of their lives and identities — and on the deeper understanding that might bring us closer to the solution to violence that we all seek.

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The Conversation About Guns We’re Not Having