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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Combating Muslim Extremism in Britain
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Combating Muslim Extremism in Britain
Description:  In the wake of terrorist bombings by British-born Muslims in 2005, the British government set up an initiative called Prevent to engage with the Islamic community and to intervene before a person became radicalized. But many British Muslims feel that the policy amounts to religious profiling, and others have criticized Prevent for being misguided and ineffective.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Hispanic Protestants
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Hispanic Protestants
Description:  Most Hispanics in the U.S. still call themselves Catholic, but more and more are joining Protestant churches, especially among the younger generation. The explosive growth of the Protestant Hispanic population can be seen in places like New Life Covenant Church in Chicago, which draws more than 17,000 worshipers every week.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Religious Reaction to Zimmerman Verdict
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Religious Reaction to Zimmerman Verdict
Description:  There were demonstrations and vigils all across the national in reaction to the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, which has promted a national conversation about race, violence, and justice. Watch our discussion with managing editor Kim Lawton and Rev. Romal Tune, founder of the non-profit group Faith for Change and author of God's Graffiti.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Egypts Turmoil, Bloodless Surgery, Kahlil Gibran
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Egypts Turmoil, Bloodless Surgery, Kahlil Gibran
Description:  A conversation about the ongoing unrest in Egypt; bloodless surgeries for those with religious objections to blood transfusions; and the legacy of one of the best-selling poets of all time, Kahlil Gibran.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Egypts Turmoil
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Egypts Turmoil
Description:  Watch our discussion with Kate Seelye, senior vice president of the non-partisan Middle East Institute, about the ongoing unrest in Egypt in the wake of Mohamed Morsi's removal from office.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Bloodless Surgery
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Bloodless Surgery
Description:  For Jehovahs Witnesses, who have a religious objection to blood transfusions, and for anyone else, many hospitals now offer bloodless surgery.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Kahlil Gibrans Legacy
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Kahlil Gibrans Legacy
Description:  Kahlil Gibran is one of the best-selling poets of all time, behind Shakespeare and Lao Tzu, the founder of Taoism. His book The Prophet, first published in 1923, has sold over 100 million copies. He helped present an appealing mystical idea of the wisdom of the East. He was someone who helped humanize and popularize Eastern thought, says literary critic Leisl Schillinger.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Bangladesh Worker Justice, Muslim Community Building
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Bangladesh Worker Justice, Muslim Community Building
Description:  Correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from Dhaka in Bangladesh on garment workers' rights in the wake of a deadly factory collapse in April; Lucky Severson visits the Inner City Muslim Action Network on Chicago's South Side; and we interview members of Heartbeat, a band of young Israeli and Palestinian musicians who believe music can transform conflict.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Muslim Community Building in Chicago
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Muslim Community Building in Chicago
Description:  A health clinic, youth services, and interfaith engagement constitute the social justice mission of the Inner-City Muslim Action Network, says executive director Rami Nashashibi.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Bangladesh Worker Justice
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Bangladesh Worker Justice
Description:  Only a couple of months ago, if you asked a garment industry owner what do you think of a union, they will say no, no unions, says Fazle Abed of the Bangladesh Rural Affairs Committee. But now many of them are saying yes, maybe the union is something we have to accept.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Landmark High Court Decisions, Reaction, and Analysis
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Landmark High Court Decisions, Reaction, and Analysis
Description:  We analyze and discuss the Supreme Courts decisions on marriage equality, affirmative action, and voting rights; talk to religious leaders for reaction to the historic rulings on same-sex marriage; and interview the founder of One Million Bones, a public art project recently installed on the National Mall in Washington, DC to raise awareness of genocide.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Analysis of Supreme Court Decisions
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Analysis of Supreme Court Decisions
Description:  Host Bob Abernethy discusses the Supreme Court decisions, their import, reaction to them and what it means for those affected with managing editor Kim Lawton and correspondent Tim OBrien.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | One Million Bones
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | One Million Bones
Description:  One Million Bones was a public art installation of 1,000,000 hand-made bones on the National Mall in Washington, DC. It served as a visible petition, according to organizer The Art of Revolution, to raise awareness of genocides and atrocities around the world and to remember victims and survivors in Sudan, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Burma, Somalia, and Syria.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Religious Reaction to Same-Sex Marriage Decisions
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Religious Reaction to Same-Sex Marriage Decisions
Description:  Watch our report on the widespread religious reaction to the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Supreme Court Decisions
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Supreme Court Decisions
Description:  Within five years we will bring marriage equality to all 50 states in this vast county, said Chad Griffith, a board member of the American Foundation for Equal Rights.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Civil Rights 50th Anniversary, Prisons and Mentally Ill
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Civil Rights 50th Anniversary, Prisons and Mentally Ill
Description:  We examine the decision facing the Supreme Court on the issue of affirmative action; look back at some of the key moments of the civil rights movement in 1963 with historian Taylor Branch; and visit a Chicago jail to look at the moral and financial costs of relying on prisons to care for the mentally ill.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | 1963: Civil Rights 50th Anniversary
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | 1963: Civil Rights 50th Anniversary
Description:  The civil rights movement was both the work of the Lord and the work of freedom, says author Taylor Branch. It took redemption, and it took faith and tenacity, not just an empty, simple hope.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Prisons and the Mentally Ill
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Prisons and the Mentally Ill
Description:  It doesnt make moral, ethical, or fiscal sense, according to Cook County sheriff Tom Dart, to house people who are mentally ill in jails and prisons.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Supreme Court and Affirmative Action
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Supreme Court and Affirmative Action
Description:  Racial diversity is only one factor among many in admissions decisions, according to the University of Texas vice president for diversity. But if the Supreme Court decides to abandon racial preferences, what will become of the pursuit of racial justice in education?
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Taylor Branch Extended Interview
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Taylor Branch Extended Interview
Description:  Watch additional excerpts from our interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Taylor Branch about the many pivotal events of 1963 in the struggle for civil rights.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Government Data Collection, Russell Moore
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Government Data Collection, Russell Moore
Description:  The morality of balancing national security and privacy rights; the new president of the SBCs office of public policy issues; and bridging divides between Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Irish Reconciliation
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Irish Reconciliation
Description:  After an IRA explosion in 1987 terrorized the community of Enniskillen, killed 11 Protestants, and injured scores of others, Gordon Wilson, father of one victim, said he forgave the bombers and prayed for the grace to continue to do so. Will the members of the G8 summit meeting in Northern Ireland be able to draw on a similar spirit of peace and reconciliation?
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Russell Moore
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Russell Moore
Description:  This Southern Baptist leader says he will approach public debates and disagreements with a sense of kindness and empathy for ones neighbor.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Russell Moore Extended Interview
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Russell Moore Extended Interview
Description:  Watch more of our interview with Russell Moore, the new president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | The Ethics of Government Data Collection
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Title:  Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | The Ethics of Government Data Collection
Description:  What is the morality of U.S. policy when it comes to balancing national security with individual civil liberties Watch our conversation with Michael Kessler of Georgetown Universitys Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs about perspectives of religious and ethical traditions on the governments massive collection of electronic data and its vast surveillance effort.
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