A bi-monthly public affairs radio program that airs live on KYRS Radio, 88.1FM and 92.3FM, in Medical Lake/Spokane, WA on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Mondays of the month at 3pm (PST). The program educates listeners about the diversity of spiritual and religious views and practices; examines current local, national and international issues through a spiritual lens; and challenges the ways in which organized religion has been, and is currently being, used as a weapon of oppression. www.revolutionaryspirituality.com
Patrick Colucci is vice-chair of The HumanLight Committee (www.humanlight.org), and a member of both the NJ Humanist Network (www.njhn.org) and the American Humanist Association. Based in NJ, he is a long-time activist in the movements for Humanism, and for peace and social justice. We will be discussing HumanLight, a humanist celebration which takes place on December 23rd. In the midst of traditional holiday celebrations, HumanLight presents an alternative reason to celebrate: a Humanist's vision of a good future. It is a future in which all people can identify with each other, behave with the highest moral standards, and work together toward a happy, just and peaceful world. This show originally aired on 12/21/09. Contact information: www.humanlight.org, info@HumanLight.org or (215)-794-8548
Direct download: 2009-12-21-21-18-19.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:39pm PST
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Nani Aki Linder is a results oriented, "quitting is not an option," spiritual Kumu, who teaches the Hawaiian Art of Forgiveness formally known as Ho'oponopono. Nani is a published author, recognized expert on cross-cultural awareness & visionary leadership, and is the co-founder of the NW Women's Leadership Conference, taking place at the Coeur d'Alene Resort on January 29 and 30 (www.nwWomensleadershipconference.com). December 7th is considered Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, in response to the conversations that will be taking place about Pearl Harbor, we will be discussing Nani's experiences growing up in Hawaii and Hawaiian spirituality, kahana pono. Contact Information - www.Nanilinder.com, Nanilinder@comcast.net or 509-467-7714. This program originally aired on 12/7/09.

Direct download: 2009-12-13-18-50-39.mp3
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Robert Foley is currently the Acting Executive Director of the National Native American AIDS Prevention Center in Denver, CO. He has worked in varying aspects of the prevention field for the past 10 years, including community-based research and assessment, public information campaigns, coalition-building, and intervention planning for efforts around intimate partner violence, methamphetamine abuse, alcohol and other drug abuse issues, and most recently STD/HIV. We will be discussing World AIDS, which is on 12/1, the impact of HIV/AIDS in the Native American community, and the work of the National Native American AIDS Prevention Center. Contact information: http://nnaapc.org or (720) 382-2244. This show originally aired on 11/30/09.

Direct download: 2009-12-05-23-13-17.mp3
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Marj Johnston is the Assistant Pator at Westminster Congregational United Church of Christ in Spokane, Wa. In a return visit to the program, we will be discussing James Fowler's book - Stages of Faith: The Psychology of Human Development and the Quest for Meaning. This show originally aired on 11/16/09. Contact Information - www.westminsterucc.org or (509)-624-1366.
Direct download: 2009-11-18-09-05-02.mp3
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Rev. Joe Niemiec is the co-pastor of the Center for Spiritual Living in Spokane, WA. He will be discussing his spiritual journey and offering an understanding of Science of Mind. This show originally aired on 11/2/09.
Contact Information - http://cslspokane.org or (509) 534-1011.
Direct download: 2009-11-09-13-09-27.mp3
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Mark Potok is the Director of the Intelligence Project at the Southern Poverty Law Center, a  nonprofit organization based in Montgomery, Alabama, that was founded in 1971 as a small civil rights law firm. Today, SPLC is internationally known for its tolerance education programs, its legal victories against white supremacists, and its tracking of hate groups. The Intelligence Project monitors hate groups and extremist activities throughout the U.S. and publishes the Center's award-winning Intelligence Report. We will be discussing religious extremist groups in the United States. Contact Information - http://splcenter.org or (334)-956-8200. This program originally aired on 10/19/09/
Direct download: 2009-10-26-22-16-53.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:34pm PST
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Dr. Isabelle Kinnard Richman is the Vice President for Education at the First Freedom Center, which is a non-profit, non-political, non-denominational, educational organization based in Richmond, Virginia, whose mission is to increase understanding and respect for religious freedom in diverse communities worldwide, through education about this core human value: the freedom of thought, conscience and belief. Dr. Kinnard will be discussing the history of and the current state of religious freedom in America. Contact Information - http://firstfreedom.org or (804) 643-1786. This program originally aired on 10/5/09.
Direct download: 2009-10-14-16-48-28.mp3
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Rev. Toni Niemiec, pastor of the Center for Spiritual Living, will we talking about an upcoming event in Spokane called Pathways to Peace, which runs from September 11 - 21. It is a series of Peace Events that includes participants from many peace groups and faith traditions, offering various approaches to inner peace and to being of service in the world. The event is sponsored by a local organization called One Peace Many Paths. We will talk about the event, the organization and the the idea that real peace first must be addressed from within. This show originally aired on 9/7/09.
Contact information: http://onepeacemanypaths.org
Direct download: 2009-09-18-13-49-39.mp3
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Dr. Chandra Reddy was my guest as we discussed Hinduism, which is regarded as the oldest of the world's major religions, and also the third largest, with over a billion adherents. Contact Information - www.spokanedesi.com or contact Mrs. Sreedharani Nandagopal,
President of the South Asian Cultural Association at sreedharani@hotmail.com. This show originally aired on 8/31/09.
Direct download: 2009-09-06-21-01-39.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:26pm PST
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Clyde Young is a member of the Revolutionary Communist Party. As a young man, he spent many years in prison where he became a revolutionary. In 2008, he spoke at the University of California Los Angeles on a panel titled Religion, Atheism and Black People. He will be talking about communism, atheism and the role that spirituality plays in his political views.
For more information visit the website for the Revolutionary Communist Party - http://revcom.us. This show originally aired on 8/17/09.
Direct download: 2009-08-17-21-58-12.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:22pm PST
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