The Four Question Challenge Approaches the "Big Four"
Man travels country asking questions challenges the Obamas, Trump, and Clinton to answer.
New York, NY, January 12, 2017 (Newswire.com) - The Four Question Challenge (4QC) today challenged President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, President-elect Donald Trump, and Secretary Hillary Clinton to answer four basic challenges that could change the way citizens view each other.
Over the past six weeks, Chris traveled the country asking random strangers to answer four questions (1. What is your advice for life? 2. What is the best thing that ever happened to you? 3. What is the worst thing that ever happened to you? 4. How can we learn to love one another better?) about themselves and how they believe humans can learn to love better. Meanwhile, the rest of the 4QC team works to garner support for a movement they believe will heal the country’s wounds.
"[The Four Question Challenge] campaign is meant to show commonalities between race, religion, and lifestyles."
Carols R. Munzo, The Herald-Tribune
Carols R. Munzo of The Herald-Tribune recognizes the “campaign is meant to show commonalities between race, religion, and lifestyles” if people are willing to open their eyes and look beyond preconceived notions.
After talking with over 400 people starting in Florida and working his way toward New York City, Chris now heads to Washington DC. At this point, the 4QC approaches four of the most influential people in the country. If they answer these questions truthfully and challenge the rest of America to do the same, we might finally begin the journey of understanding and become able to love one another better.
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