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Election 2000 – The Jewish Vote
October 13, 2000
Election 2000 – The Jewish Vote
Jews represent just over two percent of the U.S. population. But they’ve become a key voting bloc, sought after by candidates across the political spectrum. How did they react to the nomination of Senator Joe Lieberman as the Democratic party’s vice presidential candidate?
October 13, 2000
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Sukkot
October 13, 2000
Sukkot
Bob Abernethy takes a look at the 7-day Jewish observance of Sukkot.
October 13, 2000
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Middle East Unrest
October 13, 2000
Middle East Unrest
The latest violence in the Middle East highlights the role of religion as fuel for conflict. We talk about the religious dimension of the Israeli-Palestinian hostility with professor Marius Deeb, a Christian of Lebanese descent, and with Rabbi Arthur Herzberg, a writer and professor at New York ...
October 13, 2000
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Ma’afa
September 29, 2000
Ma’afa
At St. Paul Community Baptist Church in Brooklyn, New York, Reverend Johnny Ray Youngblood has developed a powerful program of music, dance and theater. The pageant is called the "Ma'afa Suite", and the objective of the show is to help African-Americans heal slavery's hidden wounds.
September 29, 2000
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Parish Nurses
September 29, 2000
Parish Nurses
"We kind of gave our bodies to the medical community, we gave the minds to the psychiatrist, and we kept the spirit in the church. When you come to worship on Sunday morning, you don't leave your body outside the doors," says Reverend Delois Brown-Daniels of Advocate Health Care.
September 29, 2000
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FDA Approves Sale of RU-486
September 29, 2000
FDA Approves Sale of RU-486
Opponents, led by the nation's Roman Catholic bishops, say the FDA's approval of the abortion pill RU-486 will "further numb our conscience to the violence of abortion."
September 29, 2000
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Rosh Hashanah
September 29, 2000
Rosh Hashanah
We spoke with Rabbis Deborah Wechsler and Robert Tobin, both of Chizuk Amuno congregation in Baltimore, Maryland, about the High Holidays and their preparation for them.
September 29, 2000
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Unholy Bedfellows: Political-Religious Boundaries
September 1, 2000
Unholy Bedfellows: Political-Religious Boundaries
What is the proper place for religion in a politcal campaign? The question is a volatile issue with unclear boundaries, not just for candidates, but for organizations too.
September 1, 2000
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Bryan Stevenson: Equal Justice Initiative
June 30, 2000
Bryan Stevenson: Equal Justice Initiative
Bryan Stevenson, a Harvard-educated African-American lawyer in Alabama, has dedicated his life to saving inmates on death row. He says he was influenced strongly by his Christian faith.
June 30, 2000
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Rural Churches
June 23, 2000
Rural Churches
As corporate farming displaces more and more family farms in America's Great Plains, ranchers and farmers move away. Local businesses are forced to shut down, schools consolidate, and congregations become so small they have to close their churches.
June 23, 2000
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Human Genome Project
June 16, 2000
Human Genome Project
Researches are hopeful that mapping the human genome will lead to a revolution in biomedicine, but scientists and ethicists worry about the moral questions the new knowledge could raise.
June 16, 2000
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Reconciliation in Rwanda
June 9, 2000
Reconciliation in Rwanda
In Rwanda, tribal violence and genocide broke out on an almost unimaginable scale. Eight hundred thousand people were killed in little more than three months. Now, as the country recovers, churches are experiencing dramatic growth in the Hutu and Tutsi efforts to find reconciliation.
June 9, 2000
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