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Voting Rights or Voting Wrongs?: Clergy Combat New Restrictive Laws
July 30, 2021
Host Ambereen Khan talks with two clergy activists, Rev. Timothy McDonald, and Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner about the struggle to preserve voting rights. (Originally broadcast in June 2021)
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Pills. Photograph by flickr user The Javorac, shared under a Creative Commons By Attributon 4.0 license.
Calling for Dignity: Ending the Stigma of Addiction
July 23, 2021
Three guests with first-hand experience of the destruction addiction causes to individuals, families, and communities discuss what can be done to erase the stigma of addiction.
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Texas State Copitol, Austin Texas.Photograph by Wally Bobetz via flickr. Shared under a Creative Commons By Attribution license.
Explaining Texas: On Juneteenth, Voting, and Faith
July 18, 2021
Annette Gordon-Reed and Bee Moorhead provide context for the showdown over voting rights in Texas.
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Protesting Triump immagration policies. Amsterdam, The Netherand, January 2020. Photo by Beareice Murch, shared under a Creative Commons By Attribution 4.0 license.
Creating a Pathway for Migrants: Fearless Nuns and Interfaith Advocates Challenge Detention
July 09, 2021
This week we take a closer look at three women who are supporting immigrants through direct service and advocacy.
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Rose colored glasses. Photo by flckr user Pangalactic Gargleblaster, shared under a Creative Commons By Attribution 4.0 license
The Power and Paradox of Delusions
July 02, 2021
Shankar Vedantam examines how self-deception helps us succeed at things like parenting. Then Robert Griffin explores beliefs about the 2020 presidential election.
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