Religica Podcast

The Religica Podcast is a new creation allied with the Parliament of the World’s Religions and other organizations.

The Religica team focuses on local voices everywhere, from neighborhood influencers to internationally recognized speakers. Across fields of interest, our aim is to speak truth where real voices inspire us all.

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September 2020

September 28, 2020 Re-Release/Rev. James M. Lawson

Initially released across Religica’s digital streaming platforms in October of 2019, James Lawson’s episode has been one of our more popular podcasts. This episode is particularly relevant not only to our forthcoming resource on leadership but to key social and political issues leading up to November’s U.S. election.

Rev. James M. Lawson is an American activist and university professor. He was a leading theoretician and tactician of nonviolence within the Civil Rights Movement. During the 1960s, he served as a mentor to the Nashville Student Movement and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. He read Gandhi’s autobiography and discovered that non-violent struggle, as Gandhi lived it in South Africa and India, would be his way forward.

Rev. James Lawson – Notes from an Architect of Non-Violence — The Forces of Violence Today

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September 18, 2020/Mamoun Khreisat

This podcast was produced in collaboration with URI: United Religions Initiative.

Mamoun Khreisat holds a Masters Degree in International Business and is the founder of the Friends of Foreigners Club at the University of Jordan. He has been a dedicated social worker since the early 1990s, with a lifelong commitment to promoting intercultural and interreligious understanding. He serves as the URI Middle East and North Africa Regional Coordinator. Take a listen!

 

Mamoun Khreisat — Bridging East and West through Intercultural Citizenship

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September 11, 2020/Mussie Hailu

This podcast was produced in collaboration with URI: United Religions Initiative.

Mussie Hailu serves as the URI Director of Global Partnerships and URI Representative at the United Nations and African Union. Hailu considers himself a citizen of the world, working at numerous levels to promote peace and disarmament. Hailu previously served as a diplomat in the rank of Ambassador and Special Envoy of the President of Burundi. He is a founding member of United Religions Initiative. Take a listen!

Mussie Hailu —  Reflecting on the United Religions Initiative

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September 4, 2020/Valeria Vergani

This podcast was produced in collaboration with URI: United Religions Initiative.

Originally from Italy, Valeria Vergani moved to Canada in 2012 to attend Quest University Canada, where she studied contemporary expressions of Tibetan Buddhism in the Kingdom of Bhutan. Currently, Valeria serves as a Global Council Trustee of the URI North America Leadership Council. Additionally, she serves as Interfaith Coordinator for City in Focus Foundation, an interdenominational Christian organization, and as a Director of the InterSpiritual Sustainability Society, a registered URI Cooperation Circle in Vancouver, British Columbia. Take a listen!

Valeria Vergani — A Planetary Resiliency Model: Rethinking our Systems

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August 2020

August 28, 2020/Greg Thomas

Greg Thomas is a professional writer and entrepreneur with a passionate devotion to jazz as an art form and cultural technology. He has written for numerous publications over several decades and currently maintains a blog, Tuneintoleadership.com, with his life and business partner Jewel Kinch-Thomas. Together, Greg and Jewel helm the Jazz Leadership Project, an enterprise for organizational development through the methods and praxis of jazz. Recently, Church World Service Executive Vice-President and Religica Advisory Council member Maurice Bloem had an opportunity to speak with Greg Thomas about the transformative power of music, meaning-making, and creative expression. Take a listen!

 

Maurice Bloem & Greg Thomas — Finding Meaning Through Music

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August 22, 2020/Dr. Lee Cuba

This podcast was produced in collaboration with URI: United Religions Initiative.

Dr. Lee Cuba is a Professor of Sociology at Wellesley College. His research includes a focus on examining how migrants feel at home in new places. In 2017, Dr. Cuba joined URI as a consultant to launch URI’s impact-assessment program, which is known within the organization as the P19 Project. Religica’s Megan Anderson had an opportunity to speak with Dr. Cuba about creating space for reflection in the classroom, identifying leadership qualities, and the global mission to accelerate peace. Take a listen!

Lee Cuba — Identifying the Blockage to Peace

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August 14, 2020/Dr. Emmanuel Ande Ivorgba

This podcast was produced in cooperation with URI: United Religions Initiative.

Dr. Emmanuel Ivorgba leads the New Era Educational and Charitable Support Foundation, a Nigeria-based national nonprofit that received the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations Youth Solidarity Fund Award in 2013. In addition, Dr. Ivorgba serves as the United Nations Regional Coordinator for Western Africa. Religica’s Megan Anderson had an opportunity to speak with Dr. Ivorgba about how we understand happiness, education, and peace-building. Take a listen.

Emmanuel Ivorgba – Who Am I: Happiness, Education, and Finding the Answer in Others

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August 7, 2020/Paul Chaffee

This podcast was produced in cooperation with URI: United Religions Initiative.

Paul Chaffee is Founder and Editor of The Interfaith Observer, a one-of-its-kind monthly, digital magazine that has promoted healthy interfaith culture since its launch in September 2011. With his years of experience in interfaith engagement, Paul is a sought after visionary and leader with a lifetime of service to draw upon. Perhaps best, he is loved and respected by all who call him a friend. The Interfaith Observer is a URI Cooperation Circle. Take a listen!

Paul Chaffee — The Interfaith Observer: Articulating a Faith with Integrity

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July 2020

July 31, 2020/Farid Ahmed

This podcast was produced in cooperation with the Center for Religious Wisdom and World Affairs at STM, Seattle University.

Religica Co-Founder Michael Reid Trice had an opportunity to speak with Farid Ahmed, who was in the Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand when the mosque was attacked and 51 people were murdered on March 15, 2019. Among those killed was Mr. Ahmed’s wife, Husna. This is an important story; a journey, for what Mr. Ahmed calls an “interior revolution.” In this episode, Mr. Ahmed and Dr. Trice discuss loss, return, and how violence in our communities is never the final word. Take a listen.

Farid Ahmed — Violence is Never the Final Word

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July 17, 2020/Rita Semel

This podcast was produced in cooperation with URI: United Religions Initiative.

Social justice champion, San Francisco Bay Area Interfaith leader, and first Global Council Chair of United Religions Initiative.

Rita Semel — A Full Life Enriched by Repairing the World; Tikkun Olam

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July 24, 2020/Dr. Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati

This podcast was produced in cooperation with URI: United Religions Initiative.

Secretary-General of the Global Interfaith WASH Alliance, Director of the world-famous International Yoga Festival, Vice-Chair on the United Nations Advisory Council on Religion.

Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati — Water is the Canary in the Coal Mine

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July 3, 2020/Dr. Daniel Weiner
Vice President of Global Affairs at the University of Connecticut

Daniel Weiner — A New Normal and the Great Reset

 

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July 10, 2020/Kehkashan Basu
Environmentalist

Kehkashan Basu — A New Generation Leading in the World: It Takes Passion

 

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June 2020

June 19, 2020/Dr. Patricia O’Connell Killen
Professor of Religious Studies and a Senior University Fellow at Gonzaga University

Patricia O’Connell Killen — Pathways to Wisdom

 

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June 26, 2020/Dr. Diane Jacobson
Professor Emerita of Old Testament at Luther Seminary

Diane Jacobson — Wisdom, Literature, and Creative Responses to Challenge

 

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June 6, 2020/Dr. John Grim
Co-Founder, Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology

John Grim — A Story of Leaning into the Wind

 

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Rabbi Anson LatnerJune 12, 2020/Rabbi Anson Laytner
President of the Sino-Judaic Institute

Anson Laytner — The Narrative of Suffering and Human Life

 

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May 2020

May 28, 2020/Dr. Mary Evelyn Tucker 
Co-Founder, Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology

Seeking the Future & the Creative Power of Grief

 

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Michael Reid TriceMay 8, 2020/Dr. Michael Trice
Co-Founder, Religica

Taize Brothers John & Emile — The Nature of Sacred Space

 

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Bruce KnottsMay 15, 2020/Bruce Knotts
Director, Unitarian Universalist Office at the United Nations

A Spiritual Hippocratic Oath

 

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April 2020

Jessica Gans WilderApril 6, 2020/ Jessica Gans Wilder
Founder Euphrates Institute, former CIA officer

Values that can Shape all of Us: Accelerating our Responsibility for Peace

 

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Jennifer BaileyApril 27, 2020 /Rev. Jennifer Bailey
Founder and Executive Director of the Faith Matters Network

Accelerating Peace and the Radical Principle of Optimism

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March 2020

Deborah GreeneMarch 2, 2020/ Deborah Greene
Founder & CEO LiveaMoment, Writer, Educator, International Speaker

Seeking Peace – When Two Bodies Fall Down

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February 2020

Vernon MasayesvaFebruary 3, 2020/ Elder Vernon Masayesva
Black Mesa Trust Executive Director, Coyote Clan Hopi Leader

Black Mesa & Hopi Leadership – Cherishing the Spirit of Water

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Njeri KabeberiFebruary 17, 2020 /Njeri Kabeberi
Director, Chapter Four Programs & Projects Limited, former Executive Director at Greenpeace Africa

Working for Greenpeace Africa and Facing the Realities of Climate Change

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January 2020

January 5, 2020/ Dharma Master Hsin Tao
Founder, Global Family for Love and Peace in New York, Board member for the World Religious Leaders for the Elijah Interfaith Institute.

Respectful Conversation on Practice & Meditation 

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Raja AlthaibanaJanuary 20, 2020 /Raja Althaibana
WITNESS staff member, provides video training to people experiencing conflict across globally. 

The Power of Video Evidence and the Discretion Required Before Sharing

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December 2019

Mack WilbergEDITOR’S CHOICE/ Dr. Mack Wilberg, PhD
Conductor of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir

The Power of Music will Transform our World
Music inspires us in ways that we may not realize. Listen to how it can inspire you

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Anne Van KleyEDITOR’S CHOICE / Rev. Anne Van Kley, M.Div
Christian pastor in the none-zone of the Pacific Northwest

We Lead Beyond Blame by Doing Hard Things
Discusses the role of women leadership and the liberating power of gratitude

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Jim DumontDecember 9, 2019 /Jim Dumont
Onaubinisay (Walks Above the Ground), an Ojibway-Anishinabe of the Waubezhayshee (Marten) Clan

After the Fourth Prophecy — Finding a Way Back to Traditional Ways

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November 2019

Bani DugalNovember 25, 2019 /Bani Diugal
VP of the NGO Committee on Freedom of Religion or Belief

Reflecting on the Rich History of the Bahá’í International Community

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Kaleb NyquistDecember 2, 2019 /Kaleb Nyquist
Public policy specializing in addressing “wicked” collective action problems through data analysis

Acting on a Changing Climate and Evangelical Beyond White Supremacy

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James LawsonNovember 4, 2019 /Rev. James M. Lawson
American activist, university professor, leading theoretician within the Civil Rights Movement

Notes from an Architect of Non-Violence — The Forces of Violence Today

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Mona SiddiquiNovember 18, 2019 /Mona Siddiqui
Professor of Islamic and Interreligious Studies at the University of Edinburgh, contributor to Thought for the Day and Sunday on BBC Radio

The Nature of Gratitude

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October 2019

Vandana ShivaOctober 21, 2019 /Vandana Shiva
 Indian scholar, environmental activist, food sovereignty advocate, and anti-globalization author

Breaking the Grip on Farmers and Ensuring a Future through Seeds

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Elizabeth UrsicOctober 28, 2019 /Elizabeth Ursic, PhD
Co-Chair of the Women’s Caucus at the American Academy of Religion

Being In Solidarity With Women: Acknowledging Spiritual Leadership

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Dr. Mohinder Singh AhluwaliaOctober 7, 2019 /Mohinder Singh Ahluwalia, PhD
Top 100 most influential Sikhs worldwide by Hindustan Times

Defining Parts of Sikhism and Reflecting on Early Stories

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Phyllis CurottOctober 14, 2019 /Phyllis Curott
Vice-chair of the Parliament of the World’s Religions, Author, Creator of the Inaugural Women’s Assembly

Reflecting Wiccan: Rising Euro-Indigenous Consciousness and the Capacity of Women

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September 2019

Father Joshtrom Isaac KureethadamSeptember 23, 2019 /Joshtrom Isaac Kureethadam
Coordinator of the Sector of “Ecology and Creation” at the Vatican Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development

1.5 Degrees & Changing Climate – Happening Quickly

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Michael Reid TriceSeptember 30, 2019 /Michael Reid Trice, PhD
Religica Co-founder, Secretary of the Parliament of the World’s Religions, Director of the Center for Religious Wisdom and World Affairs at Seattle University

Thinking on Pluralism; with Dr. Michael Reid Trice

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Debra BoudreauxSeptember 9, 2019 /Debra Boudreaux
Executive Vice President, Tzu Chi Foundation focusing on Charity, Medical Care, Education, & Humanitarian

Talking About the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation: Focused on a World of Service

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Georgia DunstonSeptember 16, 2019 /Georgia Dunston, PhD
Founding Director, National Human Genome Center at Howard University, Human immunogenetics. Collaboration across fields in science, ethics, & religion

A Conversation On Genomics

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August 2019

Karen BergAugust 19, 2019 /Karen Berg
Co-founder Kabbalah Centre, devoted to an enduring vision

We are all a Spark from God: Everything Else Happens Next

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Marianne WilliamsonAugust 26, 2019 /Marianne Williamson
American author, lecturer, activist, Democratic nomination for the 2020 United States presidential election

A Religica Podcast with Marianne Williamson

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David HalesAugust 6, 2019 /David Hales
Leader Environmental Policy & Sustainability Program for US Agency International Development

Getting Real on Climate: The Beginning of Repentance is Apology

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Anja FahlenkampAugust 13, 2019 /Anja Fahlenkamp
Celebrating religious diversity to engage in political discussions. Anja started an interfaith music festival

Interfaith Music Festivals — Getting Beyond Traditional Approaches

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July 2019

Swami Chidanand SaraswatiJuly 1, 2019 /Swami Chidanand Saraswati
Unity, Leader, World Peace Pilgrimages, Selflessly dedicated to the welfare of all

A Life Dedication to Global Interfaith Work & Impact
“In the service of God and humanity.”

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Lisa Levinson July 8, 2019 / Lisa Levinson
Organizer of Vegan Spirituality groups, retreats, and online gatherings for In Defense of Animals’ Sustainable Activism Campaign

Veganism and the Connection to Spiritual Practice

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David RosenJuly 15, 2019 /Rabbi David Rosen
Orthodox Rabbi, International Director of Interreligious Affairs of AJC

A Life Commitment to Bringing People Together Across Divisions

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Karsten KohoutJuly 22, 2019 / Karsten Kohout
University student, Religica Podcast Producer & Editor

A Generational Conversation from a Religica Team Member
Started the podcast with one of the co-founders

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Imam Azhar SubedarJuly 29, 2019 /Imam Azhar Subedar
First Muslim to give an opening prayer at the Florida State Capitol

Sowing the Seeds for the Future: Responding to the Pulse Night Club Shooting

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June 2019

Ven. Pomnyum SunimJune 6, 2019 /Ven. Pomnyum Sunim
Korean Buddhist Monk, Zen Master, Activist

Eco Buddha: Leave No Food Behind
Buddhist activist around climate change and human rights

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Shane AtkinsonJune 13, 2019 / Shane Atkinson
Southern Baptist background, Associate Imam at Salaam Islamic Center, Muslim Life Coordinator at Elon University

A White, Muslim Perspective On Underlying Unity

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Elizabeth RameyJune 20, 2019 /Elizabeth Ramey
Chief Finance Officer of My Journey, organization that works professionally alongside citizens of the state of New Mexico with special needs

My Special Needs Son is a Gift to Religion

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Carolyn KingJune 27, 2019 / Carolyn King
Awarded Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for First Nation history, advancement of Aboriginal Peoples

Self-Governance: Our Bones Are In This Ground

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May 2019

Karma Lekshe Tsomo May 2, 2019 /Karma Lekshe Tsomo
Buddhist Nun, Scholar, Social Activist, Professor

Finding a Way: 30 Yrs of Buddhist Nuns Stepping Up in the World
Beacon of hope for Buddhist tradition women

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Rev. Rachel Mash May 9, 2019 / Rev. Rachel Mash
Environmental Coordinator of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa

Green Anglicans: It Is Not A Choice To Love & Addressing Spiritual Drought

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Shilapiji Maharaj SadhviJiTBD /Shilapiji Maharaj SadhviJi, PhD
Philosopher, Orator, Speaker, Scholar, Nun

A Jain Perspective: Helping Children & The Harm We Do To Ourselves
Understanding Ahimsa, love, and compassion

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Paul HoffmannMay 23, 2019 /Paul Hoffman
Pastor, Writer, Speaker, Author

From A Christian Perspective: The Power Of Ritual In A Post-Religious Society
Why contemporary communities are formed today

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Wilton LittlechildMay 30, 2019 /Wilton Littlechild
Founding member of the Indigenous Initiative for Peace

Being An Elder, Learning Through Generations, And Validation Through Sports

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April 2019

Daniel WeinerApril 4, 2019 /Daniel Weiner
Senior Rabbi at Temple De Hirsch Sinai

Facing Down Attack And A Life For Seeking Sanctuary
Discusses and reflects on how to respond to acts of violence around us today

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Elizabeth RameyApril 11, 2019 / Elizabeth Ramey
Chief Finance Officer of My Journey, organization that works professionally alongside citizens of the state of New Mexico with special needs

My Special Needs Son is a Gift to Religion

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Suhag ShuklaApril 18, 2019 /Suhag Shukla
Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Hindu American Foundation

Recontextualizing Hinduism and Engaging those with the Capacity to Change

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Chris Eades & Kirsten Fryer April 25, 2019 /Chris Eades & Kirsten Fryer
Executive Director Chris Eades & Pastoral Associate to refugee ministry Kirsten Fryer, St. Andrew’s Refugee Services in Cairo, Egypt

Empowering Refugees and Creating God’s Kingdom

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March 2019

J Mase IIIMarch 7, 2019 /J Mase III
Black, Trans, Queer Poet, Educator

Practical Theology, Recognizing Institutional Stigmas, Defining Complete Faith
How theology can apply to modern social stigmas

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Angaangaq ‘Uncle’ Angakkorsuaq

March 14, 2019 / Angaangaq ‘Uncle’ Angakkorsuaq
Eskimo-Kalaallit Elder, Shaman, Healer, Storyteller

Melting the Ice in Our Hearts & Understanding our Inner Depth
Teachings from childhood when ice smells healthy

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 Gopal PatelMarch 21, 2019 /Gopal Patel
Director – The Bhumi Project at Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

Minimalistic Mindset, Persuading on a Nation Scale
Motivate people to action against climate change

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Susan HendershotMarch 28, 2019 /Susan Hendershot
President of The Regeneration Project and Interfaith Power & Light

Religion in the Climate Change
Local level is vital for climate change activism

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February 2019

Arun GandhiFeb 7, 2019 / Arun Gandhi
Author, Activist, Founder of Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence

What We Learned from Grandfather
Transforming adversaries into friends

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Karenna Gore

Feb 14, 2019 / Karenna Gore
Center of Earth Ethics Director, Author, Journalist

Facing Planetary Boundaries is like Facing Addiction
Intertwined consumerism, climate change, cultural thinking

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ML DanielFeb 21, 2019 / ML Daniel
Director at Spiritual Alchemy, Attorney, Pastor, Leader

The Power of a Tipping Point
Generations lost, meaningful conversations, community power

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Sukhmeet Sachal And Abhayjeet SachalFeb 28, 2019 / Sukhmeet and Abhayjeeet Sachal
Co-Founders of Break the Divide, Students, Leaders

Overcoming Bullying and Youth Leadership
Their motivations, climate change, youth involvement with social work

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January 2019

Dr Khalid ShabazzJan 3, 2019 / Chaplain Colonel Khalid Shabazz, PhD
Colonel, Division Leader, & Muslim Chaplain, US Army

Honest Leadership and Knowing Oneself
Highlights how seeing oneself is honest and courageous – and opens up the world

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Anne Van KleyJan 10, 2019 / Rev. Anne Van Kley, M.Div
Christian pastor in the none-zone of the Pacific Northwest

We Lead Beyond Blame by Doing Hard Things
Discusses the role of women leadership and the liberating power of gratitude

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TaijoJan 17, 2019 / Taijo Imanaka, Head Priest
Buddhist Priest at a Koyasan Buddhist Temple

Leadership Begins Within, Like a Lotus Flower
Reflects upon responding to violence and the resilient beauty of being a lotus

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Eriel DerangerJan 24, 2019 / Eriel Deranger, ED and Co-Founder
Indigenous Rights Advocate and member of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN)

First Nations People’s Perspective of Earth’s Sacredness
Encourages honesty on climate, connection, and action

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Mack WilburgJan 31, 2019 / Dr. Mack Wilburg, PhD
Conductor of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir

The Power of Music will Transform our World
Music inspires us in ways that we may not realize. Listen how it can inspire you.

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