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Compassionate Conversations: How to Speak & Listen From the Heart

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Release Date: 10/22/2020

How to cook blessing food during the Thanksgiving show art How to cook blessing food during the Thanksgiving

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  At the time of feast, family and being merry, we are dealing with a deadly virus this year. The number of people getting affected by the Coronavirus is at the rise. Many families are experiencing hardships and heartbreaks. Yet, Thanksgiving is approaching. The tradition of Thanksgiving, giving thanks to what we have and what we acquire, is sacred and important for us Americans. Could we pray our prayers, with more humility, around the Thanksgiving table, this year? Could we cook our thanksgiving food more intentionally, more wholeheartedly? For this episode, Kathryn Lafond is...

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Muslim Women Desire: A Study in Istanbul by Sertac Sehlikoglu show art Muslim Women Desire: A Study in Istanbul by Sertac Sehlikoglu

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  Sertac Sehlikoglu shows us how women, not only in Istanbul, but in larger Middle East region, are using thier power, intelectual agencies and social status to create a favorable condition for htier personal desires. Sara Jamshidi talk with Sertac Sehlikoglu about the making of Muslim women desire in the Middle East.

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Refugees in America: Stories of Two Women and Their Fight to Survive in the United States show art Refugees in America: Stories of Two Women and Their Fight to Survive in the United States

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  Goudeau holds a PhD in literature from the  and served as a Mellon Writing Fellow and Interim Writing Center Director at Southwestern University. She has spent more than a decade working with refugees in Austin, TX and is the cofounder of Hill Tribers, a nonprofit that provided supplemental income for Burmese refugee artisans for seven years. Mateen Rokhsefat and Sara Jamshidi talk with Jessica Goudeau about her experience of working with.

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The Unforgettable Queens of Islam: Shahla Haeri show art The Unforgettable Queens of Islam: Shahla Haeri

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  and a former director of the Women’s Studies Program at . Haeri is one of the pioneers of Iranian Anthropology, and has produced cutting-edge ethnographies of Iran, Pakistan and the Muslim world. In her latest book, The Unforgettable Queens of Islam: Succession, Authority, Gender Haeri looks at extraordinary lives and legacies of a few remarkable Muslim women sovereigns from across the Muslim world. Sara Jamshidi will talk with Shahal Haeri about her remarkable book.

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Compassionate Conversations: How to Speak & Listen From the Heart show art Compassionate Conversations: How to Speak & Listen From the Heart

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  When a conversation takes a turn into sometimes uncomfortable and often contentious topics of race, religion, gender, sexuality, and politics, it can be difficult to know what to say or . In a conversation with Sara Jamshidi, Diane Hamilton, Gabriel Wilson, and Kimberly Loh discuss Compassionate Conversation tools we can use to manage a difficult conversation.  

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Congo Sole: How Once a Barefoot Refugee Delivered Hope, Faith and 20,000 Pairs of Shoes show art Congo Sole: How Once a Barefoot Refugee Delivered Hope, Faith and 20,000 Pairs of Shoes

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  when the Great War of Africa plunged his homeland into chaos. Only a boy, Emmanuel’s childhood gave way to a daily fight for survival when his family was forced to flee and become refugee in Kenya. As miracle after miracle, pulled his family from the brink of death, Emmanuel devoted his life to God’s work, went to college and build his own life in the United States. One day, Emmanuel decided to leave the safe borders of America and trace his footsteps back to the life he’d left behind. Emmanuel Ntibonera and Drew Menard talk with Sara Jamshidi about their mission to deliver hope...

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Healing Power of Girlfriends: Deborah Olson & Carmen Renee Berry show art Healing Power of Girlfriends: Deborah Olson & Carmen Renee Berry

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. Deborah has provided counseling services for nearly two decades in the greater Houston, Texas, area. She is the author of The Healing Power of Girlfriends: How to Create Your Best Life Through Female Connection. , creator of the prolific author writing system, and CEO of Berry Powell Press. Carmen wrote Girlfriends: Invisible Bonds, Enduring Ties book a few years ago. Deborah and Carmen will talk with Sara Jamshdi about the healing power of female connections, something we need during the pandemic and depressing-news era.  

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A Field Guide to a Happy and Peaceful Life: Massimo Pigliucci show art A Field Guide to a Happy and Peaceful Life: Massimo Pigliucci

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Massimo Pigliucci is the K.D. Irani Professor of Philosophy at the City College of New York. Massimo has written, or edited more than thirteen book, co-hosted of the Rationally Speaking Podcast, and was the editor-in-chief for the online magazine Scientia Salon. He will talk with Sara Jamshidi about Stoicism: a philosophy designed to make us more resilient, happier, more virtuous and more wise–and as a result, better people.

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Think Like a Feminist: Carol Hay show art Think Like a Feminist: Carol Hay

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Carol Hay is an Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, and author of . Carol, in a warm and witty language, explain feminism to every day reader. She will talk with Sara Jamshidi about the philosophy behind  feminism, its movement, and its controversies.

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When Women Are Storytellers, Story Changes: Elizabeth Lesser show art When Women Are Storytellers, Story Changes: Elizabeth Lesser

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is the author of several bestselling books, including her latest book Cassandra Speaks: When Women are the Storytellers, the Human Story Changes. Elizabeth is the co-founder of Omega Institute, recognized internationally for its workshops and conferences in wellness, spirituality, creativity, and social change. She will talk with Sara Jamshidi about her book on the day of its release on September 15.          

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