In America, interpersonal trust is in decline. Less than one-third of Americans agree that most people can be trusted. Events that might have brought people together, like the shared sacrifices of the pandemic, led instead to infighting. Social trust enables us to live meaningful lives in community and peacefully solve shared problems, from racial injustice to creating jobs, taming a pandemic to protecting our planet. Brooks and Frederick Riley of Aspen’s Weave: The Social Fabric Project, joined by two community leaders, explore why rebuilding trust must start where we live.