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    Social Justice Activism VS Feminists And Vegans Ft Daniel Haqiqatjou on The Muslim Skepti

    Daniel Haqiqatjou was born in Houston, Texas. He attended Harvard University where he majored in Physics and minored in Philosophy. He completed a Masters degree in Philosophy at Tufts University. Haqiqatjou also studies traditional Islamic sciences part-time. He writes and lectures on contemporary issues surrounding Muslims and Modernity. 01-31-2018 The Institute of Contemporary Islamic Thought […] More

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    Fake Social Media Follower Black Market Uncovered

    It’s time to wake up and realize caring about social media followers is silly. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. Read more here: “In November, Facebook disclosed to investors that it had at least twice as many fake users as […] More

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    For Social Justice & Animal Liberation: A Call For Radical Food Activism

    Nassim Nobari speaks about the central role of our food systems in today’s social justice and environmental issues, from an animal liberation perspective. Nassim is Co-founder of Seed the Commons, and advocates for veganic farming and gardening. Only some of the presentations from this conference are available for video viewing. More

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    Shields and Brooks on political polarization and social reckoning in 2017

    Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks sit down with Hari Sreenivasan to discuss President Trump’s first year in office, including the state of political polarization and what Americans can do to repair divisions, trust in democratic institutions like the press and the reckoning in American society over sexual misconduct and […] More

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    Entrepreneurship, Social Activism, and Spiritual Practice

    Paul Zelizer sees his mission as nurturing a community of socially conscious and spiritually aware entrepreneurs. His mission is embodied in the Awarepreneurs, a global community he founded  in which business-minded people explore how their ventures might better contribute to a just and sustainable world. Awarepreneur members focus on integrating social activism into their business practices, while cultivating […] More

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    Chapterthon 2017 – Democracy on the Move: Promoting Social Activism through Online Resources

    Honduras Chapter- Tegucigalpa – Escuela Manuel Zelaya Rosales The project seeks to empower local youth about the importance of social activism precisely using online resources to strengthen democratic values within their communities. We want to teach children through lectures and workshops the importance of democracy in their own communities and how the Internet can be […] More

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    Alumni in Conversation: Women leading for social justice

    On Saturday, November 25th, Canon Collins alumni, scholars, partners and friends gathered for our second Annual Alumni Seminar at the Ford Foundation in Johannesburg. The theme of this year’s seminar was ‘Women leading for social justice’ and we were privileged to hear from two exceptional alumni who are dedicating their careers to the pursuit of […] More

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    Social Media Activism w/ Coletivo Papo Reto

    Raull Santiago and Renaya Tranajo, human rights activists, discuss their work as co-founders of Coletivo Papo Reto (Straight Talk Collective). Coletivo Papo Reto is a network of young activists and residents of the Complexo do Alemão favelas in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil that use social media to tell their own stories, counter stereotypes, and hold […] More

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