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Yellow star warn by Jewish citizen of Europe during the period of genocide prpetrated by the Nazis regiem. From collection of United States Holocuast Memorial Museum. CCBY Powhusku via flickr
75 Years Later: Remembering the Holocaust, Confronting Anti-Semitism and Exploring Trauma Across Generations
January 24, 2020
January 27th is International Holocaust Remembrance Day commemorating the liberation of Auschwitz.  This week we explore the roots of denial and the legacy of trauma.
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Martin Luther King Jr. delivers a speech during the March on Washington. Wednesday, August 28, 1963 (National Archives)
Commemorating MLK and Remembering a Forgotten History
January 16, 2020
As we commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we learn about the role American religion has played in both reinforcing and combating racism.
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Photo courtesy of Travis Rigel Lukas Hornung via Flickr
Religion Rebounders
January 10, 2020
Some people don't want much or anything to do with the religion of their childhood ... and then go all in. First broadcast November 2019.
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A colection of religious books. Credit Lauren Marko
Religious Illiteracy: The Consequences of Ignorance
January 03, 2020
Americans don't know much about religion. In this week's show we examine how this can lead to fear, scapegoating and political manipulation...and violence.
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