August 21, 2019
  • 8:15 am Losing My Religion (Audio)
  • 8:14 am Peregrine Falcons are Feathered Fighter Jets, Basically | Deep Look
  • 8:14 am Would The World Be A Better Place Without Religion?| AJ+
  • 8:14 am Fastest Growing Religion In The World Which Will Win The Race At The End
  • 9:14 pm Alabama law reins in religious boot camps
It’s time to reclaim religion | Sharon Brous

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Joanna Pietrulewicz I was a new mother and a young rabbi in the spring of 2004 and the world was in shambles. Maybe you remember. Every day, we heard devastating reports from the war in Iraq. There were waves of terror rolling across the globe. It seemed like humanity was spinning […]

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Ma Xinlan – Her Life as A Teacher in A Chinese Muslim Community

You have children, and so do I . I didn’t cook or sleep less I could even teach children every day. Well, of course you are literate. Then why not let me guide your children, so as to allow them to be educated and become like me? So, when did you start this path? It […]

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Christine Lagarde – Economic Equity and the International Monetary Fund | The Daily Show

-Welcome to the show. -Thank you. It is not often that I sit across people who have access to a trillion dollars. Is this a good time to ask for a loan? -Is this… is this when I do it? -(laughter) For those who don’t know, what is the job of the IMF? -Do you […]

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Why Iranian women are posting pictures of their uncovered hair

I grew up in a small village. That’s why I think America is too big for me. There are a lot of families in Iran that are not like my family when the compulsory hijab was applied on women some families started to cry for their daughters. As a kid my brother was an example […]

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MEETING THE ENEMY A feminist comes to terms with the Men’s Rights movement | Cassie Jaye | TEDxMarin

Translator: Isabella Boux Reviewer: Queenie Lee In 2013, I decided to meet my enemies. I was a 27-year-old, award-winning documentary filmmaker and a proud feminist. And I was determined to expose the dark underbelly of the men’s rights movement. At that point, all I knew of the men’s rights movement was from what I’d read […]

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Martha Nussbaum – Conversations with History

(dramatic music) – Welcome to A Conversation with History. I’m Harry Kreisler of the Institute of International Studies. Our guest today is Martha C. Nussbaum, who is a philosopher and Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics at the University of Chicago. She is on the Berkeley campus to deliver the 2006-07 Forester […]

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Promoting the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals: Women’s Leadership, Religion, and Scholarship

(peaceful music) – So welcome to this year’s keynote Religions and the Practice of Peace Colloquium. Thank you all for joining us tonight. I’m David Hempton, dean of the Harvard Divinity School, and I’d like to extend a very warm welcome and thanks on behalf of RPP and the Divinity School to our keynote speaker, […]

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I’ve lived as a man & a woman — here’s what I learned | Paula Stone Williams | TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: Ellen Maloney I was the CEO of a large religious nonprofit, the host of a national television show. I preached in mega churches. I was a successful, well-educated, white American male. The poet and mystic Thomas Merton said, “It’s a difficult thing to climb to the top of the ladder of […]

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We Travel To Kenya To Learn About The First Woman In History

– We’re looking at maternal haplogroups. And we can trace it all back in time to one woman. – This is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen. – Oh (bleep). I can’t believe that we’re allowed to be here. – I’ve never been overseas ever in my life. I didn’t realize how […]

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The real oppression that campus feminists aren’t talking about | FACTUAL FEMINIST

Atena Farghadani is a 28 year old Iranian artist.  She was just sentenced to 12 years in prison for the crime of posting a feminist cartoon on Facebook. She is a genuine victim of a repressive patriarchal society—yet you will hear little or nothing about her from the American women’s movement. Why not? That is […]

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