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The Myth of Closure - Mourning Our COVID Dead
May 27, 2022
Shortly before Memorial Day, Americans marked a grim milestone - one million deaths from COVID-19. How can we comprehend such a loss? How can we commemorate it? And how can we make sure this never happens again?
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Pro and anti-abortion protest signs in front of the United States Supreme Court.
A Complicated Choice - Abortion, Stigma, and Religion
May 21, 2022
Rev. Katey Zeh of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice describes her preparations for an anticipated overturning of Roe v Wade, and Lawyer Allan Parker describes his legal ministry to overturn it.
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A Different View of American Buddhism (encore)
May 14, 2022
The spiritual journey of activist and author Chenxing Han led to one persistent question: "Where are all the Asian-American Buddhists in American Buddhism?"
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A page from the Alito draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Womens Health
Abortion is the Story
May 06, 2022
We examine the unprecedented leak of a draft opinion from the Supreme Court that outlines a legal argument for reversing a 49-year legal precedent that legalized abortion.
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