We speak with religious, ethical, and philosophical thinkers about violence in our country. Why is violence so omnipresent in our daily lives? Is the United States an exceptionally violent nation? What does it mean to create a more humane and just society? Can it be done? And how do we do it here? Our guests include
THIS SHOW IS A REBROADCAST FROM OCTOBER 3, 2012.
It's been a big week in international and national news. So many events have captured the attention of our country, from the earthquake and resulting nuclear crisis in Japan, to ongoing turmoil in Libya and Bahrain, to budget cuts at home, and workers struggling to organize. Today on the show we take a look at how all of these stories offer an opportunity to challenge and define American id
We sit down with leaders from the Immigration Outreach Service Center (IOSC) at St. Matthew Catholic Church, which assists immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers here in Baltimore. They are celebrating their 10th anniversery on Monday, April 26th at Gertrude’s Restaurant at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Joining us were: