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This week, we take a tour of the Latter-day Saints Temple in Kensington, Maryland. Originally complete in the 1974, the temple is the site of ceremonies typically closed to anyone who isn't a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. But - after extensive renovations and a two-year delay due to the pandemic - this spring the temple…
 
For our 100th episode, we pull out all the stops to celebrate this year's unique intersection of spring holidays:Sarah Ventre pulls cards for Passover.Cassandra Lawrence shares tears of joy at Easter.Dalraj Singh Gill tells the dramatic story of Vaisakhi.Fazia Deen balances service and personal growth during Ramadan.Nanabah Foguth reflects on indig…
 
With anxiety about nuclear war looming large in the minds of people around the world, we discuss the moral and ethical questions at play when it comes to developing nuclear programs, and the case for disarmament. Joining me are Negar Mortazavi, an Iranian-American journalist and political analyst who is also the host of The Iran Podcast; and Alicia…
 
With the world's eyes on Ukraine, I talk with Tamara Woroby (president of St Andrew Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral in Silver Spring, MD) and Gill Preuss (CEO of the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington) about how their communities are helping the people of Ukraine and those fleeing the attacks from Russia. Learn more about:St Andrew Ukrainian Orth…
 
Why Catholics are protesting the March for Life, what Exodus says about abortion, and how to make a uterus challah.With the looming possibility that the Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade later this year, I've invited two leading reproductive rights advocates to discuss what their religious traditions say about abortion and how they approach t…
 
This week, we reflect on why we're falling short of MLK's prophetic vision, what's being missed about the recent synagogue hostage situation in Texas, and what is controversial about understanding Jesus as a Jew.My guests are:Professor Cheryl Townsend Gilkes, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Professor of African-American Studies and Sociology…
 
As we reach the anniversary of last year's assault on the US Capitol, I discuss the impact of January 6th and where we go from here, with guests Zainab Chaudry (Director, Council on American Islamic Relations - Maryland) and David Searby (Co-Founder, Light4America).We talk about the narratives that have emerged about the riots, the differences in p…
 
Reflections on the past year and a storytelling Q&A with the interfaith-ishtronauts Jack, Miranda and Sue.Read Sue's recent writings:On This Pandemic Solstice (and Yalda Night) https://onbeingboth.wordpress.com/2021/12/21/on-this-pandemic-solstice-and-yalda-night/Not all Jews hate Christmas. In fact, many of us celebrate it https://forward.com/opin…
 
This week, I headed to downtown DC to visit the interfaith intentional living project, Abrahamic House. The project brings together young people of different religious traditions to live together for a year and provide a space to learn from one another about their traditions and also create public programming for others to do the same. The project …
 
The messy intersections of religion, politics, and nationalism.Guests Sarah Brammer-Shlay, a rabbinical student and co-founder of If Not Now, and Sravya Tadepalli, a board member with Hindus for Human Rights, discuss the stories they grew up with around Israel and India, respectively. They are both now working to organize their communities to stand…
 
As we approach Halloween, we dare to look at the darker side of religious traditions with stories of demons and djinn, ghosts and golems.My guests are Rabia Chaudry, an attorney, author, the producer of the popular criminal justice podcast Undisclosed and most recently, host of The Hidden Djinn and Nighty Night; and James E. Bowley, Chair and Profe…
 
Muslims and Mormons and Muad-dib oh my!Guests Ali Karjoo-Ravary, professor of Islamic studies at Bucknell University, and Michael Haycock, Christian Life Coordinator at Georgetown University, dish out all the nerdy takes on the intersection of religion and sci fi / fantasy.We discuss the Islamic influences in Frank Herbert's Dune, Christian themes …
 
Finding interfaith allies on protest lines and in hair salons.My guests are Taneeza Islam, Executive Director of South Dakota Voices for Peace and South Dakota Voices for Justice, and Leo WT, a queer non-binary Christian who organizes the dialogue project Conversations.Taneeza is an immigration and human rights lawyer who has spent the last decade …
 
What's it like to live in one of the most religiously diverse counties in America? And why does it not always lead to tolerance and pluralism?This week, guests Robert P. Jones of the Public Religion Research Institute, and Ambereen Khan, host of the radio show 'Inspired,' discuss the recent 2020 Census of American Religion.Plus, the death rattle of…
 
This week, we listen to two powerful young voices in the climate movement: Isha Clarke is co-founder of Youth Vs Apocalypse and Tori Goebel is National Coordinator for Young Evangelicals for Climate Action.Although on opposite coasts and from different religious and cultural traditions, the two share in their drive to working tirelessly to bring at…
 
One of the most challenging topics in interfaith settings is Israel/Palestine. How do we begin to address this subject, create space for meaningful dialogue, and take steps towards action? How can those outside of Palestine and Israel better inform ourselves? What is our role?We explore some of these questions, acknowledging the difficulty of even …
 
How can we create media to bring people together? How can we even begin a dialogue when we don't agree on the same facts?Mohamed Amin Ahmed is a Muslim Somali immigrant and peace advocate based in Minneapolis who is founder of the platform Average Mohamed, which strives to provide educational narratives to counter extremist ideology.Mandi Hart is a…
 
What does lobbying look like from a faith community perspective? What are the issues driving various groups, particularly minority faith groups? What are their goals and strategies for influencing policy and lawmakers? How do faith-based organizations find collaborators across ideological and political spectra?Featuring: Ziba Murat, a Uyghur Americ…
 
Artist Makoto Fujimura and the Ven. Yishan Qian explore trauma, healing, and the power of art.Mako, a committed Christian, discusses his "theology of making" and how he's using the art of kintsugi to help communities process trauma.Yishan, an ordained Buddhist nun in the Chinese Mahayana tradition (called a 'bhikkhuni'), shares how she's found her …
 
This week we are at an interfaith intersection: with Passover, Holi and Holy Week, which culminates in Easter.My guests are Jonathan Lewis, assistant secretary for pastoral ministry and social concerns for the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington, and Pundit Naveen Krishna Das, a religious teacher with ISKCON DC, We discuss the power of meditation, c…
 
How will inter-religious engagement stay relevant to Gen Z and beyond? What are the traps to avoid? How do we strike a balance between grassroots organizing and institutional engagement?Two leaders reflect on challenges and victories they’ve experienced in the interfaith movement. Tahil Sharma, based in Los Angeles, is regional coordinator with the…
 
Hoodoo practitioner Juju Bae and musician Osa Obaseki dive into a deep exchange about defining the divine feminine, finding liberation through cross-cultural practices, and the guidance they are each receiving from their ancestors in this moment.Learn more about:Juju Bae https://www.itsjujubae.com/Osa The Healer https://www.instagram.com/osatheheal…
 
This week, we're breaking not one but TWO social taboos by talking about religion and money!My guests for the conversation are Rasul Sha'ir, who is Muslim and serves as a Small Business Advisor for the Washington Area Community Investment Fund; and Ari Weisbard, who is Jewish and works as a managing partner with the DC firm Values Added Financial.T…
 
On Inauguration Day, we discuss a renewed commitment to religious pluralism under the Biden-Harris administration; how the surge of South Asian voters in Georgia helped deliver victories to Senators Warnock and Ossoff; and why this is a moment to reclaim progressive Christianity. Featuring:Anjali Enjeti, co-founder of the Georgia chapter of They Se…
 
Voting rights, ending hunger, and supporting Black and Brown businesses in the nation's capital.Featuring David Street, deputy director of grassroots organizing at Bread for the World, and Ibrahim Mumin, board member of Masjid Muhammad.Note: this episode was recorded the morning of Wednesday June 6th, before the attack on the Capitol building.Learn…
 
Stories from around the country about how 2020 has challenged and inspired us.Learn more about:Ally Henny / Combing the Roots https://allyhenny.com/podcast/Marshall Davis / Tao of Christ https://www.youtube.com/user/revmdavisYael Trusch / Jewish Latin Princess https://jewishlatinprincess.com/Mat McDermott / Hindu American Foundation https://www.hin…
 
Sue, Miranda and Jack reflect on interfaith stories of the year, play music from past guests, share their favorite conversations from the show, and celebrate WOWD & U Week at Takoma Radio.In honor of our 75th episode of Interfaith-ish, we put out a call to ask for 75 friends to step up and contribute to Takoma Radio and the response has been amazin…
 
Black Indians, Black Mormons, and the Black Madonna. This week, my guests share stories of spiritual struggle, family history, and claiming their beautifully complex identities. Featuring Camlyn Giddins, a teacher and filmmaker who grew up in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and currently identifies as interfaith; and Shonda Buchanan…
 
After a rollercoaster election week, we’re back to work attempting to bridge some pretty cavernous divides in our country. And once again, religion and religious communities are at the center of a lot of the conversation. So this week, we turn to the thoughtful insights of Maggie Siddiqi, Director of the Faith and Progressive Policy Initiative at t…
 
As the election approaches, we reflect on the spiritual responsibility to exercise our civil right, navigating the challenges of partisanship, and who we are remembering this All Souls Day.Featuring Vasu Mohan, an international elections expert and member of the DC Baha’i community, and Rose Berger, senior editor at Sojourners magazine and a member…
 
Why Christians are attracted to QAnon; getting hyped for a Ramy X Ms Marvel crossover; and the best Evangelical TV shows.Guests Ahmed Ali Akbar (‘See Something Say Something’) and Morgan Lee (Christianity Today’s ‘Quick to Listen’) discuss religion, politics, and pop culture. Plus Morgan shares about her multicultural Hawaiian roots and Ahmed educa…
 
Nationalism vs pluralism, the psychological impact of masks, and how disagreements start at how we even define the terms.Featuring Yehuda Kurtzer, president of the Shalom Hartman Institute, a Jewish research and education center; and Rusty Reno, editor of First Things, a conservative religion and public affairs magazine.Learn more about:Shalom Hart…
 
The spiritual side of start ups. Two journalists turned tech entrepreneurs, Jennifer Brandel and Mara Zepeda, explain how listening is key to preserving democracy. Their platform Hearken is helping organizations adopt a humble posture of learning. And through the Zebras Unite movement, they are building a community of businesses intent on growing i…
 
Dawn, who is Christian, and Sarah, who is an atheist, are both fiercely driven in their fight for justice. I continue to be impressed by the passion and determination they put into their craft as journalists.We discuss how their upbringing influences their motivations as journalists, challenges reporting on religious themes during the election, and…
 
We go back to school to discuss the election, religious literacy in higher ed, and ways history influences theology.Featuring Dr. Brett Krutzsch, editor of the online magazine and podcast The Revealer from the Center for Religion and Media at New York University; and Zachary Davis, president of the audio platform Lyceum and creator of the Ministry …
 
Parenting during a pandemic, the feminist theology of beekeeping, and tips for potty training with a lota. A very candid conversation about raising kids featuring Zaiba Hasan and Uzma Jafri, the hosts of the Mommying While Muslim podcast, and Rachel Doll O'Mahoney, an 'ambivalent' Catholic and host of the podcast Bringing Forth.More info:Mommying W…
 
This week, I was just really missing my friends. So I eschewed the usual interview format and just had an honest conversation with Aaron Jenkins (an advocate, activist and Pentecostal Minister) and Derrick Weston Brown (a poet, educator and practicing Buddhist) about what in this moment is challenging us, what we're fearful of, where we’re finding …
 
Jack and his guests Dalraj and Emma discuss what it means to be a "baptized" Sikh, the progressive philosophy of the United Church of Canada, and how they found their own ways to connect with the traditions they were born into. Plus we make our pitch for a Sikh superhero story. Are you listening, Hollywood?Featuring Dalraj Singh of the Experience S…
 
So a Black Mormon, a gay convert and two New York Jews... wait, this isn't just the a set up for a comedy bit. It's our line up for this week's episode!James Jones and Derek Knox from the Beyond the Block podcast talk about centering marginalized voices in the Latter-day Saint community.And Jordon Ferber and Jonathan Randall, who host the American …
 
This week features a conversation about the power of storytelling and how my guests are using stories to combat Islamophobia.Yasmin Bendaas is a journalist based in North Carolina, and host of Me and My Muslim Friends. The series featuring frank conversations between Yasmin and fellow Muslims about topics like racism, conversion, and mental health.…
 
People of faith in DC respond to President Trump's now-infamous June 1st photo op, standing with a bible in front of St John's Episcopal Church, after using police to remove protestors.Background:https://www.washingtonpost.com/religion/2020/06/02/trump-catholic-shrine-church-bible-protesters/โดย Interfaith-ish
 
Pelayo grew up Catholic in Spain, Melissa as a Hasidic Jew in Brooklyn, and Fire Lyte as a Southern Baptist in Texas. On the surface, the contexts couldn't be more different. But, as we explore in our conversation, there are definitely parallels between living in these homogeneous religious communities. We also discuss the experiences of coming out…
 
Fashion is just as much about what’s on the inside. This week features a conversation with Rosemary Card, founder of Q Noor, a Latter Day Saint temple dress company, and Dilshad Ali, blog editor at Haute Hijab.In our interview, Rosemary shares what inspired her to name her brand after the Queen of Jordan and we explore why there may be some crossov…
 
How has journalism changed in the midst of a pandemic? Alejandra Molina was only a few weeks in to her new job as a religion reporter when I caught up with her and colleague Deepa Bharath of the Orange County Register last September. Now a global crisis has upended all facets of society, including religious life.In this two-part interview, I speak …
 
For Palm Sunday, a conversation with Jason Evans of the Episcopal Diocese of Houston, Texas. We discuss life during the pandemic: creating equitable access in his community, the spiritual implications of ‘Please mute yourself’, and adjusting the meter of prayer during Zoom calls. And since Jason is a digital powerhouse, we also dish on how his fami…
 
A Venezuelan Rasta, an Egyptian mother, a Ghanaian pastor, and a French interfaith organizer. How are each responding to the COVID 19 pandemic?Learn more about:Ras Guarapo Simeon Melodya Jah https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn7t_84gPtRSosrPjqJ0nnwCoexister https://www.coexister.fr/Dalia Younis https://www.youtube.com/TheDaliaYounisNana Serwaa https…
 
This week, we focus on a story you may have missed due to the pandemic: the recent attack on Sikh worshippers in Afghanistan, which left 25 dead.To discuss the story and a local community response, I spoke with Priscilla Martinez, of the Nations and Tribes in Harmony Foundation, and Adarsh Khalsa, of the Raj Khalsa Sikh Gurdwara. These longtime col…
 
How are listeners coping with social isolation during coronavirus? We hear messages from folks around the country who are finding creative ways to keep their spirits healthy, maintain community, and be of service to their neighbors.Want to share your story? Leave a message at 202-599-2953.Learn more about the opportunities mentioned in this episode…
 
This week is Interfaith-ish's second anniversary!!! 🥳.... BUT in the wake of coronavirus, Takoma Radio introduced new restrictions on our beloved studio. That means no live guests for the foreseeable future! 😢Luckily, I was able to make a last minute change and got Amanda Quraishi of the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture on a Zoom call.We d…
 
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