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Dr. Anton Armstrong Extended Interview

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Listen to more of our conversation with the conductor of the St. Olaf Choir, who suggests that music “will somehow seep into the bodies of those performing and certainly those who are hearing, and if it makes them reflect and they think differently about themselves and the people with whom they live day in and day out and how they lead their lives, then I think we've done our job."

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Wudu: Islamic Washing Before Prayer

Muslim men perform a ritual washing to cleanse hands, arms, face, and feet before prayer.

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Israel Boycott Controversy

A movement of boycotts, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) against Israel has gained support.

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Teaching Children about Religion

An exhibit at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis teaches children about world religions

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The Pope Meets the Patriarch

It was the first official meeting since the Great Schism of 1054.

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Muslims of Hamtramck, Michigan

Once Polish Catholic, this city is the only one in the US with a Muslim-majority council.

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Wendell Berry Farming Program

Kentucky poet and farmer Wendell Berry is passing on his family’s farming legacy.

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America's Original Sin

An activist, pastor, and preacher says white and black churches must cross the bridge to a

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