social justice

6:26pm

Wed May 13, 2015
The Spiritual Edge

Interview: Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb on nonviolence

Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb

For many liberal Jews, it can be hard to imagine a time when a woman's role was mostly in the home. But it wasn't so long ago, only men could become rabbis. The feminist movement began to change that and in 1981, Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb was one of the first women to be ordained. During her four decades leading congregations, she challenged old texts that don't make sense in a modern way. Today Gottlieb is pushing another agenda for Judaism--a path of nonviolence.

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6:45am

Wed August 21, 2013
dispatches from Kolkata for 8/21

Radical Skeletons

Anirvan & Barnali tell the story of Kartar Singh
Sandip Roy

It turns out that a community best known for winning spelling bees also has some radical skeletons in its closet. Anirvan Chatterjee and Barnali Ghosh who live in Berkeley curate the South Asian Radical History Walking Tour.

Berkeley South Asian Radical History Walking Tour: www.berkeleysouthasian.org

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10:20am

Wed November 21, 2012
Economy/Labor/Biz

What will it take to change the politics behind US aid to Africa?


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12:00am

Thu September 13, 2012
Arts & Culture

Today on Your Call: Who are your local heroes?

On the next Your Call, we’re speaking with the winners of the Ella Baker Center’s “2012 Ellas.” This award honors leaders who are working to build strong communities and inspire others to promote peace, justice and opportunity.  The awardees have tackled issues like racial justice, at-risk youth, and immigrant rights. Who have you seen fighting for social justice in your community? And how do you think they deserve to be recognized? Join us at 10pm PST or leave a comment here. It’s Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.

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12:00am

Thu May 10, 2012
Social Justice Art

Today on Your Call: How can art help build a social movement?

 

On today's Your Call, we’ll talk about the power of images to incite social change.  An exhibit at the Oakland Museum of California “All of Us or None” explores the history of social justice posters in the Bay Area.  From Shepherd Fairey’s Obama poster to the Occupy movement’s Guy Fawkes mask--how can a popular image become a rallying symbol?  Join us at 10 or email feedback@yourcallradio.org.  What art has motivated you to become active? It’s Your Call with Holly Kernan, and you.

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