Voices on Antisemitism features a broad range of perspectives about antisemitism and hatred. This podcast featured dozens of guests over its ten-year run.
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September 11, 2008
Bruce Pearl's efforts at team-building extend beyond the court, where he tries to bridge religious and cultural differences among his players.
July 17, 2008
German scholar Matthias Künztel warns that there is a shared totalitarian vision between Nazis and today's radical Islamists.
May 8, 2008
Ilan Stavans has long thought of himself as an outsider, first as a Jew growing up in Mexico and now as a Mexican living in America.
December 6, 2007
Michael Posner has been at the center of the struggle for international human rights for thirty years. Today, Posner is pressuring governments to monitor hate crimes and enact legislation to protect vulnerable minorities.
November 22, 2007
Susannah Heschel is inspired by the lasting friendship between her father, Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, and Martin Luther King. Heschel's own scholarly writings examine the way religious doctrine has been twisted to achieve ideological ends.
Rabbi Marc Schneier and Russell Simmons
October 25, 2007
In their work and in their friendship, Marc Schneier and Russell Simmons embody the principles of The Foundation for Ethnic Understanding, which promotes face-to-face dialog as a means of combating discrimination.
September 27, 2007
Judea Pearl, father of slain journalist Daniel Pearl, describes himself as a soldier battling the tsunami of hatred that has defined the twenty-first century.
August 2, 2007
Charles Small believes that scholars can play a critical role in combating antisemitism by helping human rights advocates and policy makers understand the long history and contemporary manifestations of the problem.
July 19, 2007
Cornel West encourages us to acknowledge our prejudices, rather than to pretend that they don't exist. He says that we must then formulate strategies to move to a higher moral ground.
July 5, 2007
Best-selling author Karen Armstrong is convinced that people of different religious traditions must realize that they share the same questions and the same values.