The website Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project is a rich resource for data about conflicts and protests in the US and worldwide, with multiple links to other sites and databases. It is a bit shocking, but the story covers the last year and puts it all a bit into perspective, with much good background information. (Hoping it is all factual, which it is likely to be given the sponsors.)
Through a link on this site, to the Princeton Bridging Divide’s Initiative, an interactive map showing up-to-date conflict events and organizations in the US, with the ability to drill down and learn more about organizations or specific events.
So how does this make me feel? Amazed at how complex the US is, but also how great that there are so many organizations whose mission it is to “bridge the divides” in the currently very divided society. We don’t hear about these efforts in the news.