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Developing Media Literacy: Teaching Students to Know Fact from Fiction

In the digital age, young people and adults alike must negotiate an online information landscape where it is difficult to tell fact from fiction. Events taking place in Washington DC on January 6 and the global pandemic underscore the urgency of preparing students to understand, critique and create media as part of civic readiness. This webinar will cover the essential components of media>>>

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Discussing Controversial Issues: When Classrooms Are Contentious

To be prepared for civic life, students must learn to engage in productive conversations with people who hold positions different from their own. In this era of political polarization, teaching controversial issues is both more important and more difficult than ever. This webinar will explore the challenges of taking on contentious current issues in the classroom—including educators’ fear of>>>

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The Alchemy of The Apology by V | March 21, 2021

The Alchemy of The Apology by V | March 21, 2021

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Hymn 303 – Jesus, Love of My Soul | March 14, 2021

Hymn 303 – Jesus, Love of My Soul performed by Tammy Mesic (soprano), Irene Ryan King (alto), Daniel Cucura (tenor), Christopher Judd (bass) and Christopher Creaghan (organist). Tune: Aberystwyth | March 14, 2021 – – – Visit for more digital ministry resources to fuel your work for love and justice. Download a bulletin: Make a donation: Online ministries and content:>>>

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A Conversation about films by Paulin Vieyra in French

With Stéphane Vieyra, Souleymane Bachir Diagne, Mamadou Diouf, and Nora Philippe Stéphane Vieyra, son of Beninese/Senegalese filmmaker Paulin Soumanou Vieyra, joins Columbia Professors Souleymane Bachir Diagne and Mamadou Diouf to discuss Africa on the Seine and other short documentary films made by Vieyra, considered the first sub-Saharan African film director. Their discussion, moderated by>>>

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“Wondrous Love” | March 14, 2021

“Wondrous Love” performed by Tammy Mesic (soprano), Irene Ryan King (alto), Daniel Cucura (tenor), Christopher Judd (bass) and Christopher Creaghan (conductor). Composed by Paul Christiansen. | March 14, 2021 – – – Visit for more digital ministry resources to fuel your work for love and justice. Download a bulletin: Make a donation: Online ministries and content:>>>

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Conversion, Circumcision, and Ritual Murder in Medieval Europe

      Paola Tartakoff of Rutgers University discusses her new book, “Conversion, Circumcision, and Ritual Murder in Medieval Europe,” which explores the “Norwich Circumcision Case” from multiple perspectives.In England in 1234, Jews were accused of having abducted and circumcised a five-year-old Christian boy. As a result of this charge, Jews were executed>>>

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“With You I’m Born Again” performed by Angela Birchett and Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis | March 17, 2021

“With You I’m Born Again” performed by Angela Birchett and Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis | March 17, 2021 – – – Visit for more digital ministry resources to fuel your work for love and justice. Download a bulletin: Make a donation: Online ministries and content: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Instagram: Follow us on Facebook: Listen to Be Still and Go: Watch The>>>

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Creation Is Everything You Do: Shange, The Sisterhood & Black Collectivity

In the 1970s black women writers began gathering in Brooklyn and Manhattan, forming themselves into a group who came to be informally known as The Sisterhood. Uplifting each others’ lives and honing their craft, they were central to an explosion of 1970s & 80s literature that included for colored girls who have considered a suicide when the rainbow is enuf. On social media, the photo of>>>

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When Jews Made Fellow Jews ‘Other’: Hasidism and its Opponents

A webinar with Dr. David Fishman, Professor of Jewish History, JTS Part of the Series “The ‘Other’ in Jewish Text and Tradition” The Hasidim, followers of the Ba’al Shem Tov and his spiritual heirs, emerged in the 18th century with controversial ideas related to Jewish practice and belief. While Hasidim coexisted peacefully with non-Hasidim in many communities, the>>>

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Tuesdays at 6: Raymond Nagem – March 16, 2021

The music staff of the Cathedral brings extraordinary live music to your home every Tuesday at 6 pm. This week, Associate Music Director Raymond Nagem will perform music by Johann Bernhard Bach, Thomas Preston, Zachary Wadsworth, and Franz Liszt. PROGRAM: Ciaccona in B-flat Major – Johann Bernhard Bach (1676–1749) Uppon La Mi Re – Thomas Preston (died c. 1563) New Ground – Zachary Wadsworth (b>>>

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