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Syrian Refugees in Turkey; Millennials and Religion
March 13, 2015
Syrian Refugees in Turkey; Millennials and Religion
The humanitarian crisis mounts as hundreds of thousands of refugees flee war in Syria; people under the age of 30 leave behind traditional religious affiliations but not necessarily religious beliefs; and Jean Vanier wins the 2015 Templeton Prize for “affirming life’s spiritual dimension” in ...
March 13, 2015
25:47
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Syrian Refugees in Turkey
March 13, 2015
Syrian Refugees in Turkey
"I put myself into their place. I would be in the same situation. I would be the one who escaped from the war, from this conflict, and they came here and you know Turkish hospitality," says Savas Metin, general secretary of the Turkish nongovernmental aid organization called Kimse Yok Mu. "They came ...
March 13, 2015
08:32
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Daryl Grisgraber Extended Interview
March 13, 2015
Daryl Grisgraber Extended Interview
"A couple of years ago the responses we saw from local communities hosting Syrian refugees—not the government, but just your average person—very impressive,” says Daryl Grisgraber, senior advocate at Refugees International. "But four years on that can only be kept up for so long."
March 13, 2015
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Millennials and Religion
March 13, 2015
Millennials and Religion
“You have a generation that is saying we are tapping out of religion in many ways. But what they are not saying is that we are tapping out of a serious search for meaning in life,” says Erwin McManus, pastor and founder of MOSAIC church in Los Angeles. “In fact, if anything there is an ...
March 13, 2015
08:38
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Jean Vanier
March 13, 2015
Jean Vanier
Forty-two years ago, in a village south of Paris, a French-Canadian created a home where the mentally disabled could live in dignity and where others could learn from them the value of sharing and acceptance. There is now a worldwide network of these communities called L'Arche, the French word for ...
March 13, 2015
08:31
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Recruiting Radical Muslims; B Corp Business Ethics; Blind Boys of Alabama
March 6, 2015
Recruiting Radical Muslims; B Corp Business Ethics; Blind Boys of Alabama
The growing appeal of ISIS and other extremist groups in the West; for-profit companies that try to solve social and environmental problems; and the gospel music and spiritual journey of five blind boys from Alabama.
March 6, 2015
25:46
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Recruiting Radical Muslims
March 6, 2015
Recruiting Radical Muslims
Young recruits to radical Islam “don’t have the knowledge base to fend off manipulation of the religion that these groups are doing to convince them this is the way they can be the best Muslims they can be,” says security studies professor Mia Bloom.
March 6, 2015
06:15
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B Corp Business Ethics
March 6, 2015
B Corp Business Ethics
“It’s an opportunity for us to not just think about the bottom line, which is important. But there are other things that are as important," says Suzanne McDowell, co-CEO of King Arthur Flour Company. "The environment, our society, community, all of our shareholders—not just the bottom line.”
March 6, 2015
09:15
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Kenneth Goodpaster Extended Interview
March 6, 2015
Kenneth Goodpaster Extended Interview
"Corporations are going to have to live up to a new standard if they are going to be able to hold on to the freedom of free enterprise, and the B Corp might be the way for that to happen," says this emeritus professor of business ethics and corporate responsibility.
March 6, 2015
05:17
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Blind Boys of Alabama
March 6, 2015
Blind Boys of Alabama
"The Blind Boys is a group that's not blind, they just can't see and that means they might have lost their sight, but they never lost their direction."
March 6, 2015
03:59
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Muslim Initiatives Against Extremism; India’s Sacred Cows; Women’s Purim
February 27, 2015
Muslim Initiatives Against Extremism; India’s Sacred Cows; Women’s Purim
US Muslims pursue programs to counter extremist recruiting; the age-old Hindu reverence for cows in modern India; and Orthodox Jewish women take more of a leading role in Purim festivities.
February 27, 2015
25:47
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Muslim Initiatives Against Extremism
February 27, 2015
Muslim Initiatives Against Extremism
American Muslims are not going to let their faith be defined by ISIS, says Hoda Elshishtawy, national policy analyst for the Muslim Public Affairs Council. “Islam is about life, human rights, dignity, justice. Muslims are taking back that narrative.”
February 27, 2015
08:29
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