Often when we talk about Black History Month, we only hear about Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks and Ella Baker. Remembering the roles played by these heroines of their times is important, but Black Women’s history continues to be made every day, in our own communities. Yolanda Holder, is a professional Endurance Ultra Marathon Walker … Continued
As the Trump administration continues to bombard US citizens with his vision of what will “Make America Great Again.” Across the nation, people of faith are attending services in search of sanctuary, solace, spiritual and political guidance from their religious leaders. Up next, we will examine the conceptual framework of liberation theology. We will explore … Continued
Jack Blum spent years as a staff attorney for the Senate Anti-Trust Subcommittee specializing in white-collar corporate crime and off-shore tax evasion. He’ll join us for a conversation on what the Panama Papers tell us about the global financial world and the difficulties in stopping questionable business practices. Then, Peter Manseau, author of the book … Continued
We look at the life and legacy of Black feminist, legal scholar, civil rights activist, lesbian and Episcopal priest Pauli Murray. Murray cofounded the National Organization for Women and the Congress on Racial Equality and her research was credited by Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a groundbreaking sex discrimination case. She was gender nonconforming and had … Continued
The origin of religion with Prof. Dan Dennett, and the origin of the human mind with Prof. Steve Pinker Hosted by Dr. Michio Kaku.
Q and A: UFOs, science and politics, religion. Guest: Randall Strauss, biographer of Thomas Edison. With Host Michio Kaku.
Benjamin E. Zeller, author of Heaven’s Gate: America’s UFO Religion.