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Nancy Rosenbaum, associate producer


Featured in this show are two activists based in Los Angeles, Malka Haya Fenyvesi and Aziza Hasan, whom Krista first encountered in 2007 at an Interfaith Youth Core conference. Together they co-direct an interfaith fellowship program in Los Angeles called NewGround: A Muslim-Jewish Partnership for Change.

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Krista joined a diverse group of 13 individuals to react to DuBois' words, and contribute more stories to the dialogue. Download and listen to the lively and insightful conversation in full.

A 2003 dharma talk by Thich Nhat Hanh during a morning meditation session at The Green Lake Conference Center in Wisconsin.

We received so many wonderful Ramadan stories from Muslims around the world. But, we only had 60 minutes for those voices. Rather than letting these stories collect dust, we created this playlist featuring 30 voices —one story per day for each day of Ramadan.

From the cutting room floor, listen to clips that we couldn't fit into the radio program:

Listen to archival audio of Albert Einstein from 1930-1950.

We isolated audio clips in which Moore talks about evolution versus intelligent design, shared Evangelical backgrounds, and even Malthus and population theory. And we bring you a background interview with geneticist Lindon Eaves, as well as a live discussion about Darwin from the American Museum of Natural History.

A special edition of the full-length tracks of the music played in the program. We asked for your song recommendations and chose more than a dozen. Listen and read some of the reasons why these songs were recommended.

Listen to selected audio clips from Krista's complete unedited interview with Shane Claiborne.

The great young conductor Gustavo Dudamel, a product of El Sistema, leads the Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela. Listen musicians from 18 to 28 play Beethoven, Shostakovich, Mahler, and Marquez! Lovely.

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