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Zealot

Zealot Press

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Zealot tells the stories of alternative Christianity. Us Christians are weird. That’s why we created the ZEALOT podcast—to tell the stories of weirdos shaped by Christianity, no matter their denominational stripe or current beliefs. (We include ourselves in that weirdo category, BTW.) We tell the stories of how one of the largest world religions has shaped its followers—from the stories of youth groups, DTRs, queer Christianity, micro-aggressions, #churchtoo, CCM and "words from God"; to meg ...
 
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George W. Bush Presidential Center

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There is so much more to the elite sorority of first ladies than fashion and state dinners, and that is what Ladies, First and its lineup of guest experts will explore. This podcast will take an informative and entertaining look at our first ladies’ legacies and how their leadership has shaped our nation and the international community.
 
Welcome to Think Like a Lady! A podcast that enlightens tough issues about a woman’s place in a dominantly man’s world. Our discussions intend to stimulate thought provoking perspectives that are rarely the narrative in mainstream think tanks. From how the age of severe economic inequality has undermined women in the workforce to navigating the intricacies of the early suffragette movements who denied women’s rights to women of color.Let’s face it. Women are awesome. We’re not here to talk a ...
 
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This Episode Dua and Afroze talk to Areej, and how her divorce made her a stronger woman, how it was the best decision for her children and her life. Areej’s story is both compelling and heart breaking. From migrating to the US from Palestine at the age of 18, to fighting for her motherhood amidst her divorce battle, Arreej’s story is one of triump…
 
Join us this week and get to know your podcast hosts, Dua and Afroze on a more personal level! Want to know how we met? How we manage our friendship and podcasting business? How different we are? Listen to it all as we casually discuss various topics such as men, communication, friendships, relationships, self respect and more! Listen on Spotify, i…
 
This Episode Dua and Afroze talk to John, a software engineer and analyst at Facebook. While remaining anonymous, John delves into Facebook's algorithm and it's biases pertaining to Palestinian content, how politics influences the training set of the algorithm, and how the reach of a post on instagram works. John reveals how certain words are black…
 
Special guest Erik Al-Hussaina joins Afroze to talk about the bleak origins of zionism. Dating back to 1799 to when the idea was first described, to the Balfour Declaration lobbied by Britain to the League of Nations, Erik and Afroze reveal the troubling intentions of establishing an ethno-state. While many argue that to be anti-zionist is to be an…
 
S2E4: The History of Islam in America This week on Think Like a Lady Podcast, Dua and Afroze delve into the origins of Islam in America. From the Muslim slaves that were brought to the Americas during the slave trade to the first Mosque established in the United States; Dua and Afroze analyze how the pinnacle of Islam is in large part credit due to…
 
Have you ever doubted your faith in Islam? This episode Dua and Afroze invite Hossain Albgal to talk about their journey's in doubting Islam. In both the female and male perspectives in doubting Islam, Afroze and Hossain both describe having gone through a recoil effect; in which doubting the religion caused them to become even closer to the faith.…
 
Ever wonder how your fasts impact your metabolism? Well Dua and Afroze can help! This week on Think Like a Lady Podcast, we discuss the 4 stages of fasting (otherwise known as the 4 states of fasting), some crucial hormones that come into play during your fast over the course of 30 days such as leptin, ghrelin, insulin and glucagon. We provide some…
 
S2E1: The Quantum Physics of Islam- Out Thursday! Welcome back Think Like a Lady listeners! We are finally back!! TLAL launches our special Ramadan edition episodes about the science behind Islam!! Dua and Afroze discuss the Quantum physics related to much of the phenomenon laid in Quranic scripture and Hadith. From exploring string theory to the d…
 
Everyone deserves the opportunity to enter into the university of their dreams with the right credentials and academic marks, right? Wrong. The College Admission scandal shed light on the harsh reality that someone who works hard for four years with exceptional grades and athletic abilities can have their well deserved spot at a prestigious school …
 
Inter-generational Trauma, what does it mean? This episode Dua and Afroze discuss the experiences of having grown up with immigrant parents, and the some of the toxic parenting methods found in Arab and South Asians culture. From talking about the repercussions of physical discipline as a form of parenting, to crossing the line to abuse, to the emo…
 
Have you ever questioned what Muslim unity looks like? Do we truly have an ummah today despite living in a post modern era that is lacking of any structure or organization that would define an ummah? From a global scale in which Muslim nations have turned their backs on each other to our daily microcosmic lives, Dua and Afroze discuss the challenge…
 
Kamala Harris has achieved the vice presidency as not only the first woman, but as a woman of color from Indian and Jamaican descent. In terms of identity politics, many people finally felt represented in the vice presidency, hoping that a woman of her background would benefit communities of color, women, and therefor reflect the constituency and t…
 
*Trigger Warning: sensitive content below Have you heard the phrase “Believe all women”? Well there’s a deeper meaning to be had about the logic this phrase offers. Have you ever wondered what the investigative process looks like when several parties come forward with an allegation against an individual? This episode, Afroze sits down with Sara Baw…
 
As America shifts away from a democracy into a corporate plutocratic oligarchy, minorities lose more and more weight in the election process. As Muslims make up less than 1% of the US population, what are the issues that inform our votes? Afroze and Dua dive to the depths of how the American Overton window has shifted so far to the right, that in a…
 
S1E12: Anti-Muslim Sentiment in the West Recently anti-Muslim sentiment has been on the rise in France and much of the west. But where did this sentiment come from? What specific occurrence in both the dark ages and modern history of the western world contributed to the Islamaphobia we see today? In this episode Dua and Afroze discuss the intricaci…
 
Women have dominated the workforce in many ways. On average women obtain bachelors, masters and doctorates at a higher rate than men do. Women now dominate the workforce both in professional careers, and in essential careers. Women have proven to be a resource that was untapped for so long and we can all acknowledge that based on the barriers women…
 
S1E10: Systemic Patriarchy in the Beauty Industry We know that the beauty, fashion and cosmetic industry have largely defined what physical femininity looks like. 50 years ago male execs decided that the voluptuous woman like Marilyn Monroe was beautiful. Today, they’ll have you thinking that a petite woman with a big chest and glutes is what looks…
 
Have you ever been on a date and noticed a few red flags that you really wanted to ignore? Maybe he referred to his ex as a “psycho bitch” or he explains his sexist concept gender roles. He doesn’t want to tell you if he’s talking to other people but he wants to make sure he’s the only one you’re talking to. Dua and Afroze talk about many of these …
 
What if we told you that children’s shows aren’t as innocent as you think. What if we told you that they’re contributing to a larger phenomenon called the Lolita Effect. Recently the French film “Cuties” was released on Netflix that sparked global outrage from parents of all walks of life. However, we enlighten our listeners that such a film is onl…
 
Dua and Afroze discuss that all children are a blessing no matter how they are brought into this world. Complex ideas are explored that run parallel to each other but in opposite directions. Just as we’re told to avoid sin, we’re also taught that we’re guaranteed we’re going to commit them (both on a big and small scale). Just as intimacy outside o…
 
On this episode of our podcast we sit down with Carley Deardorff, an international communications strategist. Carley grew up in a small town in Texas in a majority white community. Post 9/11 she had no exposure to Muslims and her only source was the media that vilified Muslims. The impression that Islam is a patriarchal religion, where women have n…
 
Dua and Afroze talk about how the burden of a dignified society is always placed on the woman’s shoulders, be it in the west or the east. The notion that the west looks at Muslim countries and views the culture in which women covering is the norm somehow suggests that muslim societies are oppressive and immoral, we see the east on the opposite end …
 
On this episode of our podcast we will be discussing the WOMAN’s perspective of hijab. An outlook you will never get from a man. Which is why we believe men shouldn’t have an opinion about hijab. They should simply listen. Hijab is a journey but we would be lying if we said it didn’t have its difficulties. Often times putting on the hijab means sig…
 
Zara Abid was a Pakistani model who perished on May 22nd 2020 in an air crash on Pakistan flight PK8303. While many religious leaders came to a consensus that everyone on that flight was a shaheed (a martyr or person who dies an honorable death in which they are thought to have been granted heaven upon death); sexism showed its true colors when man…
 
Last week we distributed an anonymous survey inquiring about the experiences of our followers involving sexual assault and abuse in Islamic spaces. In this episode we intend on addressing some very taboo topics that are often shoved underneath the rug. We’ll be doing some analysis on trafficking that occurs in Islamic spaces like hajj/umrah and rea…
 
Our very own Dua will be sharing her experiences of having married an emotionally abusive spouse. She discusses that divorce isn’t easy but your happiness matters more. Our motto is simple “If you have to stop being all of who you are to be half of a couple, the price is too high”. We explore the intricacies of divorce. A stigma that many women liv…
 
Our launch is near! We’ll be releasing our first episode this Thursday so stay tuned! Our very own Dua will be sharing her experiences of having married an emotionally abusive spouse. She discusses that divorce isn’t easy but your happiness matters more. Our motto is simple “If you have to stop being all of who you are to be half of a couple, the p…
 
The media loved airing Julia Gardiner Tyler’s dirty laundry and after leaving the White House she fought to reclaim her title of first lady. Dr. Christopher Leahy and his wife and fellow historian, Sharon Williams Leahy, spoke with us about one of America’s most vivacious and strong-minded first ladies.…
 
Sir Winston Churchill remains one of the most well-known world leaders, but few realize the impact his wife had on his political career. Clementine Churchill both tamed and empowered the “British Bulldog”. We spoke with Sonia Purnell, author of Clementine: The Life of Mrs. Winston Churchill, to understand Clementine’s leadership and legacy.…
 
Barbara Bush’s dedication to faith, family, and friends captured the hearts of Americans. We sat down for a conversation with her daughter, Doro Bush Koch, to celebrate a first lady and family matriarch who had an unwavering devotion to the United States and a commitment to service over self.George W. Bush Presidential Center による
 
When Frances Clara Folsom married President Stephen Grover Cleveland on June 2nd, 1886, the media descended upon Washington. Frances garnered attention and scrutiny that no first family had seen before. A few years later, Edith Roosevelt, with six-children in tow, drew the line between her private and public life. We chatted with White House Histor…
 
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