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Spiritual Playdate is on a mission. Not to delivery any ideology, but to share a method for discovery and spiritual growth. In this episode of In Times Like These, founder of Spiri...

Youth Mentoring Action Network (YMAN) is a youth-centered program that works to prepare young people for life, college, and career. It’s co-founder, Torie Weiston-Serdan is a sch...

Maryum Ali, the oldest daughter of the inimitable Muhammad Ali, has always been invested in helping others. And by “helping,” she often means “listening.” Ali has a gift fo...

Our creation story is based on rape and violence. The story of Adam and Eve is much more than we learned in Sunday school. Widening our perspective on this powerful social story ch...

Why should we center the voices of black women? Does “centering” mean ignoring other group’s perspectives? How can we be whole, free people—together? EbonyJanice Moore is a...

When we are trapped in a cycle of merely surviving, we lose the opportunity to floursh. When we think we are all alone, we lose the opportunity to be in community. In his ground-br...

Too often, we engage in “dialogue” because we want to change minds. We comment on Facebook, or argue at dinner, or email “fact checks” to one another because we desperately...

Volunteering can be accessible, it can be a lot of fun, and it feels good to do good. Adam Kunes helps us connect being part of social good with choosing experiences that can be jo...

Is America a land of abundance, or a place of scarcity? There are so many aspects of being human that can sometimes eclipse the notion of what it means to be a citizen. In this epi...

Were you blown away by the amazing podcast last week discussing the letter from Mr. Rogers? Want to know more? Want to dive deeper? So do we! Did you ever hear… That Mr. Rogers s...

Molly Stillman is a writer, photographer, podcaster, and fashion blogger. Her lifestyle blog, Still Being Molly, exists to inspire women to walk joyfully and confidently in purpose...

In the fall of 1996, as she embarked upon a new chapter in life, rife with challenges, our very own Dr. Stephanie Varnon-Hughes, Director of the Claremont Core, received a personal...

 When you choose a church, gudwara, or ethical society to attend with your partner or family, how do you find one? Word of mouth? The internet? And how do you know you’re welcom...

Social entrepreneurship is that sweet spot where empathy meets innovation. Neetal Parekh is the founder of Innov8social and host of the Impact Podcast. Her work exemplifies the key...

When was the last time you heard a preacher—or any religious or ethical leader—talk about sex, bodies, or male sexual violence from the pulpit? And yet—if you look around you...

Diplomacy. Development. Third track diplomacy. NGOs, Millennium Development Goals, state actors, fragile states, and stability. Our world is full of unrest. Our world is also full ...

Despite the beautiful meaning of the word “evangelical,” its current uses are often related in common understanding to self-righteousness, judgement, anti-intellecutalism, and ...

In this episode, Tony Loyd teaches us how to think about social entrepreneurship. It’s opportunity for curiosity, humility, empathy—and learning from the community. The communi...

In this episode, CLU alumnus Ely Flores walks us through how the United States Census works, why it matters, and how individuals and communities can get involved to make sure every...

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