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Conversations about what we believe, why we believe, and how we navigate the common ground and differences between our traditions!Airing every other Wednesday from 9-10am on Takoma Radio WOWD 94.3FM and takomaradio.org

Latest Episodes

Coming Out of the Broom Closet

Pelayo grew up Catholic in Spain, Melissa as a Hasidic Jew in Brooklyn, and Fire Lyte as a Southern Baptist in Texas. On the surface, the contexts couldn't be more different. But, as we explore in our conversation, there are definitely parallels between living in these homogeneous religious communities. We also discuss the experiences of coming out as gay and choosing a different spiritual path than what they were raised with. The questions, the struggles, and what remains unspoken. Featuring Pelayo Alvarez and Melissa Weisz from The Forbidden Apple podcast, which explores faith and LGBTQ issues; and Fire Lyte, host of the pagan podcast Inciting a Riot. Learn more about The Forbidden Apple https://www.theforbiddenapplepodcast.com/ Inciting a Riot http://www.incitingariot.com/ +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https://www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ https://twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com Voicemail: 202-599-2953

54 MIN4 d ago
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Coming Out of the Broom Closet

Unapologetically You

Fashion is just as much about what’s on the inside. This week features a conversation with Rosemary Card, founder of Q Noor, a Latter Day Saint temple dress company, and Dilshad Ali, blog editor at Haute Hijab. In our interview, Rosemary shares what inspired her to name her brand after the Queen of Jordan and we explore why there may be some crossover potential with the Muslim market. Plus Dilshad talks about how a self-described journalism nerd ended up running a haute couture fashion blog and how her company’s mission is to help Muslim women match their outward appearance with their inward confidence. Learn more about: Q Noor https://qnoor.com/ Haute Hijab https://www.hautehijab.com/blogs/hijab-fashion +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https://www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ https://twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com Voicemail: 202-599-2953

61 MIN2 w ago
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Unapologetically You

On the God Beat in SoCal

How has journalism changed in the midst of a pandemic? Alejandra Molina was only a few weeks in to her new job as a religion reporter when I caught up with her and colleague Deepa Bharath of the Orange County Register last September. Now a global crisis has upended all facets of society, including religious life. In this two-part interview, I speak with Deepa and Alejandra about lessons covering the "God beat" before and during the pandemic, the diversity of Latino religious identities in SoCal, inspiring responses they've witnessed by faith communities, and the constant vigilance required to keep their parents away from online conspiracy theories. Learn more about: Deepa Bharath https://www.ocregister.com/author/deepa-bharath/ Alejandra Molina https://religionnews.com/author/amolina/ Stories referenced in this episode: Crystal Cathedral https://www.ocregister.com/2010/10/24/rifts-debt-tear-at-crystal-cathedral/ Taco Trucks at Every Mosque https://www.ocregister.com/2017/06/04/indo-...

64 MINMAY 1
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On the God Beat in SoCal

Church is Not Canceled

For Palm Sunday, a conversation with Jason Evans of the Episcopal Diocese of Houston, Texas. We discuss life during the pandemic: creating equitable access in his community, the spiritual implications of ‘Please mute yourself’, and adjusting the meter of prayer during Zoom calls. And since Jason is a digital powerhouse, we also dish on how his family is absolutely rocking the homeschool plan with google spreadsheets. Learn more about: Jason Evans http://digitaljasonevans.com Support Jason’s wife coffee shop A 2nd Cup https://a2ndcup.com +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https://www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ https://twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com Voicemail: 202-599-2953

45 MINAPR 6
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Church is Not Canceled

International Antidote to Isolation

A Venezuelan Rasta, an Egyptian mother, a Ghanaian pastor, and a French interfaith organizer. How are each responding to the COVID 19 pandemic? Learn more about: Ras Guarapo Simeon Melodya Jah https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn7t_84gPtRSosrPjqJ0nnw Coexister https://www.coexister.fr/ Dalia Younis https://www.youtube.com/TheDaliaYounis Nana Serwaa https://www.instagram.com/nanaserwaa_ https://reflectedthoughtsblog.wordpress.com/

83 MINAPR 6
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International Antidote to Isolation

To Save a Life is to Save the World

This week, we focus on a story you may have missed due to the pandemic: the recent attack on Sikh worshippers in Afghanistan, which left 25 dead. To discuss the story and a local community response, I spoke with Priscilla Martinez, of the Nations and Tribes in Harmony Foundation, and Adarsh Khalsa, of the Raj Khalsa Sikh Gurdwara. These longtime collaborators have worked together many times to stand up for religious freedom and inter-religious solidarity in times of tragedy, and share an obvious love and admiration for one another. We also hear learn howAdarsh found Sikhism after growing up in a nonreligious Jewish family in Brooklyn, and how Priscilla - who had a strong Catholic upbringing in Texas -was attracted toIslam. Learn more about: Nations and Tribes in Harmony Foundation https://www.facebook.com/nationsandtribesinharmony Raj Khalsa Gurdwara http://rajkhalsagurdwara.org/ +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https:/...

55 MINAPR 3
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To Save a Life is to Save the World

BONUS! Staying Spiritually Strong During Corona

How are listeners coping with social isolation during coronavirus? We hear messages from folks around the country who are finding creative ways to keep their spirits healthy, maintain community, and be of service to their neighbors. Want to share your story? Leave a message at 202-599-2953. Learn more about the opportunities mentioned in this episode: Penny Appeal Corona Emergency Response https://www.launchgood.com/project/coronavirus_emergency_response_financial_hardship_grants#!/ Bluebird Sky Yoga http://www.bluebirdskyyoga.com/ RCC http://rcc.church/prayernight DC Baha'i https://www.facebook.com/DCBahai/ +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https://www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ https://twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com Voicemail: 202-599-2953

14 MINMAR 21
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BONUS! Staying Spiritually Strong During Corona

Distant But Not Disconnected

This weekis Interfaith-ish's second anniversary!!! .... BUT in the wake of coronavirus, Takoma Radio introduced new restrictions on our beloved studio. That means no live guests for the foreseeable future! Luckily, I was able to make a last minute change and got Amanda Quraishi of the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture on a Zoom call. We discussed creating online community spaces, how to facilitate productive conflict, andwhy prayer and meditation can be a protection against the never ending news cycle. We also shared aboutchallenges to being a religious convert and what it means to choose daily to be part of a tradition. Learn more about: Amanda Quraishi https://crcc.usc.edu/people/amanda-quraishi/ +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https://www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ https://twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com Voicemail: 202-599-2953

61 MINMAR 21
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Distant But Not Disconnected

Rolling Up Our Sleeves

Baptist and Bahá’í neighbors share stories of spiritual rebellion and why martial arts is about community defense. As young men, Welton Bonner, pastor of Greater Love Church, and ‘Abdu’l-Karim Ewing-Boyd, a member of the DC Bahá’í community, both strayed from their families' religious upbringing - but had profound life experiences that reaffirmed their faith convictions. Today, each of them are strongly committed to buildingspacesfor youth to explore creative expression and education. Through our conversation, we examineefforts to reduce gunviolence in DC,the role of apastor in the community, andthe Bahá'í concept of "progressive revelation." Learn more: Greater Love Church https://www.greaterlovechurchdc.org DC Bahá’í community https://www.facebook.com/DCBahai/ +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https://www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ https://twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com Voicemail...

53 MINMAR 6
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Rolling Up Our Sleeves

You Can’t Be What You Can’t See

A Black Latter-day Saint and a Black atheist discuss why people choose to stay with or leave a faith community, the value of being seen in one’s tradition, and what they each anticipate as future trends concerning Black folk andreligion. Our guests are Jordan Harvey, a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Rogiérs, a leader with Black Nonbelievers of DC. Learn more: Black Nonbelievers http://www.blacknonbelievers.com/ Black LDS Legacy https://www.facebook.com/BlackLDSLegacy +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https://www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ https://twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com Voicemail: 202-599-2953

51 MINFEB 21
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You Can’t Be What You Can’t See

Latest Episodes

Coming Out of the Broom Closet

Pelayo grew up Catholic in Spain, Melissa as a Hasidic Jew in Brooklyn, and Fire Lyte as a Southern Baptist in Texas. On the surface, the contexts couldn't be more different. But, as we explore in our conversation, there are definitely parallels between living in these homogeneous religious communities. We also discuss the experiences of coming out as gay and choosing a different spiritual path than what they were raised with. The questions, the struggles, and what remains unspoken. Featuring Pelayo Alvarez and Melissa Weisz from The Forbidden Apple podcast, which explores faith and LGBTQ issues; and Fire Lyte, host of the pagan podcast Inciting a Riot. Learn more about The Forbidden Apple https://www.theforbiddenapplepodcast.com/ Inciting a Riot http://www.incitingariot.com/ +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https://www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ https://twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com Voicemail: 202-599-2953

54 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Coming Out of the Broom Closet

Unapologetically You

Fashion is just as much about what’s on the inside. This week features a conversation with Rosemary Card, founder of Q Noor, a Latter Day Saint temple dress company, and Dilshad Ali, blog editor at Haute Hijab. In our interview, Rosemary shares what inspired her to name her brand after the Queen of Jordan and we explore why there may be some crossover potential with the Muslim market. Plus Dilshad talks about how a self-described journalism nerd ended up running a haute couture fashion blog and how her company’s mission is to help Muslim women match their outward appearance with their inward confidence. Learn more about: Q Noor https://qnoor.com/ Haute Hijab https://www.hautehijab.com/blogs/hijab-fashion +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https://www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ https://twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com Voicemail: 202-599-2953

61 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Unapologetically You

On the God Beat in SoCal

How has journalism changed in the midst of a pandemic? Alejandra Molina was only a few weeks in to her new job as a religion reporter when I caught up with her and colleague Deepa Bharath of the Orange County Register last September. Now a global crisis has upended all facets of society, including religious life. In this two-part interview, I speak with Deepa and Alejandra about lessons covering the "God beat" before and during the pandemic, the diversity of Latino religious identities in SoCal, inspiring responses they've witnessed by faith communities, and the constant vigilance required to keep their parents away from online conspiracy theories. Learn more about: Deepa Bharath https://www.ocregister.com/author/deepa-bharath/ Alejandra Molina https://religionnews.com/author/amolina/ Stories referenced in this episode: Crystal Cathedral https://www.ocregister.com/2010/10/24/rifts-debt-tear-at-crystal-cathedral/ Taco Trucks at Every Mosque https://www.ocregister.com/2017/06/04/indo-...

64 MINMAY 1
Comments
On the God Beat in SoCal

Church is Not Canceled

For Palm Sunday, a conversation with Jason Evans of the Episcopal Diocese of Houston, Texas. We discuss life during the pandemic: creating equitable access in his community, the spiritual implications of ‘Please mute yourself’, and adjusting the meter of prayer during Zoom calls. And since Jason is a digital powerhouse, we also dish on how his family is absolutely rocking the homeschool plan with google spreadsheets. Learn more about: Jason Evans http://digitaljasonevans.com Support Jason’s wife coffee shop A 2nd Cup https://a2ndcup.com +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https://www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ https://twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com Voicemail: 202-599-2953

45 MINAPR 6
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Church is Not Canceled

International Antidote to Isolation

A Venezuelan Rasta, an Egyptian mother, a Ghanaian pastor, and a French interfaith organizer. How are each responding to the COVID 19 pandemic? Learn more about: Ras Guarapo Simeon Melodya Jah https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn7t_84gPtRSosrPjqJ0nnw Coexister https://www.coexister.fr/ Dalia Younis https://www.youtube.com/TheDaliaYounis Nana Serwaa https://www.instagram.com/nanaserwaa_ https://reflectedthoughtsblog.wordpress.com/

83 MINAPR 6
Comments
International Antidote to Isolation

To Save a Life is to Save the World

This week, we focus on a story you may have missed due to the pandemic: the recent attack on Sikh worshippers in Afghanistan, which left 25 dead. To discuss the story and a local community response, I spoke with Priscilla Martinez, of the Nations and Tribes in Harmony Foundation, and Adarsh Khalsa, of the Raj Khalsa Sikh Gurdwara. These longtime collaborators have worked together many times to stand up for religious freedom and inter-religious solidarity in times of tragedy, and share an obvious love and admiration for one another. We also hear learn howAdarsh found Sikhism after growing up in a nonreligious Jewish family in Brooklyn, and how Priscilla - who had a strong Catholic upbringing in Texas -was attracted toIslam. Learn more about: Nations and Tribes in Harmony Foundation https://www.facebook.com/nationsandtribesinharmony Raj Khalsa Gurdwara http://rajkhalsagurdwara.org/ +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https:/...

55 MINAPR 3
Comments
To Save a Life is to Save the World

BONUS! Staying Spiritually Strong During Corona

How are listeners coping with social isolation during coronavirus? We hear messages from folks around the country who are finding creative ways to keep their spirits healthy, maintain community, and be of service to their neighbors. Want to share your story? Leave a message at 202-599-2953. Learn more about the opportunities mentioned in this episode: Penny Appeal Corona Emergency Response https://www.launchgood.com/project/coronavirus_emergency_response_financial_hardship_grants#!/ Bluebird Sky Yoga http://www.bluebirdskyyoga.com/ RCC http://rcc.church/prayernight DC Baha'i https://www.facebook.com/DCBahai/ +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https://www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ https://twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com Voicemail: 202-599-2953

14 MINMAR 21
Comments
BONUS! Staying Spiritually Strong During Corona

Distant But Not Disconnected

This weekis Interfaith-ish's second anniversary!!! .... BUT in the wake of coronavirus, Takoma Radio introduced new restrictions on our beloved studio. That means no live guests for the foreseeable future! Luckily, I was able to make a last minute change and got Amanda Quraishi of the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture on a Zoom call. We discussed creating online community spaces, how to facilitate productive conflict, andwhy prayer and meditation can be a protection against the never ending news cycle. We also shared aboutchallenges to being a religious convert and what it means to choose daily to be part of a tradition. Learn more about: Amanda Quraishi https://crcc.usc.edu/people/amanda-quraishi/ +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https://www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ https://twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com Voicemail: 202-599-2953

61 MINMAR 21
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Distant But Not Disconnected

Rolling Up Our Sleeves

Baptist and Bahá’í neighbors share stories of spiritual rebellion and why martial arts is about community defense. As young men, Welton Bonner, pastor of Greater Love Church, and ‘Abdu’l-Karim Ewing-Boyd, a member of the DC Bahá’í community, both strayed from their families' religious upbringing - but had profound life experiences that reaffirmed their faith convictions. Today, each of them are strongly committed to buildingspacesfor youth to explore creative expression and education. Through our conversation, we examineefforts to reduce gunviolence in DC,the role of apastor in the community, andthe Bahá'í concept of "progressive revelation." Learn more: Greater Love Church https://www.greaterlovechurchdc.org DC Bahá’í community https://www.facebook.com/DCBahai/ +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https://www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ https://twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com Voicemail...

53 MINMAR 6
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Rolling Up Our Sleeves

You Can’t Be What You Can’t See

A Black Latter-day Saint and a Black atheist discuss why people choose to stay with or leave a faith community, the value of being seen in one’s tradition, and what they each anticipate as future trends concerning Black folk andreligion. Our guests are Jordan Harvey, a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Rogiérs, a leader with Black Nonbelievers of DC. Learn more: Black Nonbelievers http://www.blacknonbelievers.com/ Black LDS Legacy https://www.facebook.com/BlackLDSLegacy +++ Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/interfaithish Social: https://www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ https://www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ https://twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com Voicemail: 202-599-2953

51 MINFEB 21
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You Can’t Be What You Can’t See

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