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The podcast of the Diversity and Spirituality Network

Feb 20, 2019

Cultural Agility Strategist Niambi Jaha-Echols talks about the roots of racism, why it's historically been difficult to dismantle, and the role of ancestral healing in curing its wounds. 

Racism, Jaha-Echols says, is a sickness that can't be cured by that operating on the same vibrational level of its cause. Eradicating...


Jan 21, 2019

When Casper ter Kuile and Angie Thurston began their research on their fellow Millennials in 2014, they discovered there were a lot of people who were just like them. Like many of the people they interviewed, neither were affiliated with traditional houses of worship. ter Kuile was a former activist who'd grown up in a...


Dec 14, 2018

Just before the Dark Night came calling, Fiona Robertson felt she was on top of the world. She was the co-founder of an award winning health project, had a charismatic new boyfriend, and felt more physically fit than any time in her life.

Yet in quiet moments she felt that something wasn't quite right. The material...


Nov 20, 2018

How do non-religious people – which now comprise nearly 30% of the American population – face the coming of death? That’s the subject of Dr. Christel Manning’s John Templeton Foundation-funded research project.

Although a fair amount is known about how religious people face the certainty of their demise,...


Oct 18, 2018

For Jules Munns, the art of improvisation he's devoted his life to is much more than simply a type of theatrical performance. Improv, he says, is  as an activity that helps people uncover previously hidden aspects of their selves and thus become more fully human.

Munns here explores the notion of improvisation as...