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Interfaith Voices provides engaging and informative discussion on the key public issues of our day through the lenses of many different faith perspectives. We foster religious tolerance and educate our listeners on the broad diversity of religious traditions and viewpoints in the United States. This podcast feed is for the hour-long version of the program.
 
This is the official podcast of the Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy. The TICPP is a faith-based 501c3 nonprofit with a mission to help people of faith participate faithfully and effectively in public policy discussions concerning broad religious social concerns through non-partisan education on policy issues and training in civic participation. From food and mental health to the theology of creation care, the Interfaith Center is committed to developing people of faith into well-ed ...
 
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Voting rights, ending hunger, and supporting Black and Brown businesses in the nation's capital.Featuring David Street, deputy director of grassroots organizing at Bread for the World, and Ibrahim Mumin, board member of Masjid Muhammad.Note: this episode was recorded the morning of Wednesday June 6th, before the attack on the Capitol building.Learn…
 
Tracy Simmons brings us a conversation that puts a face to a growing trend taking place in the West. Conservative Christians seeking to avoid pandemic public health restrictions and life in blue states by moving to IdahoInterfaith Voices による
 
Stories from around the country about how 2020 has challenged and inspired us.Learn more about:Ally Henny / Combing the Roots https://allyhenny.com/podcast/Marshall Davis / Tao of Christ https://www.youtube.com/user/revmdavisYael Trusch / Jewish Latin Princess https://jewishlatinprincess.com/Mat McDermott / Hindu American Foundation https://www.hin…
 
Sue, Miranda and Jack reflect on interfaith stories of the year, play music from past guests, share their favorite conversations from the show, and celebrate WOWD & U Week at Takoma Radio.In honor of our 75th episode of Interfaith-ish, we put out a call to ask for 75 friends to step up and contribute to Takoma Radio and the response has been amazin…
 
This pandemic holiday season, we look at ways consumer dollars can make a difference. From a children’s book about Sikh centenarian marathoner, Fauja Singh – to a virtual marketplace to foster connections with refugees.Interfaith Voices による
 
Sikh characters in children’s literature are the rarest of the rare. But Simran Jeet Singh, a New York-based writer, teacher, and advocate, set out to change that with his picture book “Fauja Singh Keeps Going”, about thInterfaith Voices による
 
Black Indians, Black Mormons, and the Black Madonna. This week, my guests share stories of spiritual struggle, family history, and claiming their beautifully complex identities. Featuring Camlyn Giddins, a teacher and filmmaker who grew up in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and currently identifies as interfaith; and Shonda Buchanan…
 
After a rollercoaster election week, we’re back to work attempting to bridge some pretty cavernous divides in our country. And once again, religion and religious communities are at the center of a lot of the conversation. So this week, we turn to the thoughtful insights of Maggie Siddiqi, Director of the Faith and Progressive Policy Initiative at t…
 
Professor Jacques Berlinerblau explains the U.S. brand of secularism and why so many people seem to fear or hate it. And with tensions high after the election, we return to Interfaith Voices founding host Maureen FiedlerInterfaith Voices による
 
To understand the strategies used by activists we turn to the numbers. Dr. Ryan Burge from Eastern Illinois University is a professor of political science and a pastor who researches political trends.Interfaith Voices による
 
As the election approaches, we reflect on the spiritual responsibility to exercise our civil right, navigating the challenges of partisanship, and who we are remembering this All Souls Day.Featuring Vasu Mohan, an international elections expert and member of the DC Baha’i community, and Rose Berger, senior editor at Sojourners magazine and a member…
 
It would be hard to envision former CIA Director John Brennan meditating in a Buddhist temple, after all the Irish-Catholic who served six presidents is the first to acknowledge he has a hot-temper. But he did. - And heInterfaith Voices による
 
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