Tuesday February 04, 2020

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  Tuesday November 07, 2017
John H. Stetson interview

Jack Stetson, author of “The Life and Times of the Great Danbury State Fair” joins Steve Coulter and Sally Sanders to share the unique history.

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  Monday June 13, 2016
Author Ron Brown wins 2015 TWUC Freedom to Read Award

Toronto – February 9, 2015 – The Writers’ Union of Canada (TWUC) is extremely pleased to announce that Ron Brown, Past Chair of TWUC, journalist, and author of 25 books, is the 2015 recipient of TWUC’s Freedom to Read Award. The award is presented annually in recognition of advocacy on behalf of free expression in Canada. Past recipients include John Ralston Saul, Patsy Aldana, and Lawrence Hill.

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  Tuesday June 07, 2016
Rev. Clay Stauffer: Living in a 5-4 world

Summary of a Blog Post on The Tennessean website (original Posting: http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/religion/2015/07/04/rev-clay-stauffer-living-world/29591647/)   When the Supreme Court made its 5-4 ruling on same sex marriage, I immediately thought less about my own perspective and more about what it will mean for the future of Christianity and the church.

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  Monday May 30, 2016
Wild Children - Domesticated Dreams: An Interview with Layla AbdelRahim

“Schools teach children the principles of death and of suffering. They do not teach them the principles of life, which is diversity, which is being out there in the world. They teach them within closed systems, within closed buildings and walls, separated from the rest of the world. They teach them that violence is legitimate when it is applied from the top to the bottom and that it is illegitimate when it is practised in resistance or defence of diversity and life. They teach children that humanity is alien to this world, that success means pleasing those in authority who will own the products of our flesh, of our effort, of our work, of our love.” - Layla AbdelRahim    Here's my interview with anthropologist, author, and researcher Layla AbdelRahim.

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