Guest column by The Rev. Katharine Henderson There is an old compounding principle, which tells us that if a 20-year-old smartly…
The question is not whether or not God exists, Nathan Schneider said, but what is your relationship with God?
Nathan Schneider, author and editor of two online publications, Waging Nonviolence and Killing the Buddha, and Tippett, host of public radio’s “On Being,” will speak at 2 p.m. today in the Hall of Philosophy. Week Seven’s Interfaith Lecture theme is “Conversations on the American Consciousness.”
Chris Hedges describes the collapse of liberal institutions in America as a “corporate coup d’etat in slow motion.”
“It’s more than a tipping point,” he said.
Hedges, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and graduate of Harvard Divinity School, speaks at 2 p.m. today in the Hall of Philosophy on the oligarchic state of the corporate elite holding power in America.
Today’s movements and street protests lack the specific demands and effectiveness of the civil rights movement.
As the second speaker of Week Eight, themed “Radicalism,” Julianne Malveaux reflected on radicalism in the civil rights and women’s rights movements during Tuesday’s morning lecture in the Amphitheater.
Malveaux defines radicalism as an “unwavering commitment to progressive social and economic justice.” The civil and women’s rights movements were not considered radical to those who were involved, she said.