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Books to Prisoners 247 Books to Prisoners
The Prisoners Literature Project, an all-volunteer service based in Berkeley, California, packages and ships books to people who are incarcerated, as a humanitarian gesture and one that helps inmates prepare for re-entry into society. (Series: Humankind)
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Healing Our Divided Lives 216 Healing Our Divided Lives
We hear about the dilemma of people whose inner conscience creates conflict with the demands of their workplace, from Parker Palmer, founder of the Center for Courage and Renewal and popular author of 'Let Your Life Speak'. (Series: Humankind)
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Chaplains 169 Chaplains
Facing a personal crisis, hospital patients and their loved ones often receive needed emotional support from a quiet army of chaplains, who are skilled at empathetic listening to people gripped by difficult and confusing emotions. (Series: Humankind)
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Justice Denied 183, 188 Justice Denied
In this documentary 'Justice Denied', we explore how federal courts enforced fugitive slave laws. Historians, actors and legal scholars re-create the famous case of a young escaped slave who was sent back by a Boston judge, provoking America's largest abolitionist protest. Pulitzer Prize-winning Lincoln historian Eric Foner chronicles the Dred Scott decision (often derided as the Supreme Court's worst ruling), which held that black people have "no rights" and aggravated tensions between north and south, setting the stage for the bloody Civil War. (Series: Humankind)
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Conscientious Objectors 215 Conscientious Objectors
Peace historian Scott Bennett examines the history, a century ago, of U.S. conscientious objectors in World War One, some of whom were brutalized for their opposition to the Great War (includes fascinating archival audio). (Series: Humankind)
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The Clash of Science and Ethics 200 The Clash of Science and Ethics
We consider the clash of science and ethics, based on a recently published history detailing how a notorious weapon, napalm, was developed at a major American university, with little concern for human consequences. (Series: Humankind)
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The Right to Vote 208, 209 The Right to Vote
This broadcast explores one of the most basic questions facing our democracy: who may participate? (Series: Humankind)
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Digital Sabbath 165 Digital Sabbath
William Powers, author of "Hamlet's Blackberry," describes the dilemma of being addicted to information technology, and how he and his family committed to regular time free of technological intrusions. (Series: Humankind)
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