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  1. NPR 100 (2000): A Love Supreme by John Coltrane

    John Coltrane recorded A Love Supreme in December of 1964 and released it the following year. He presented it as a spiritual declaration that his musical devotion was now intertwined with his faith in God. In many ways, the album mirrors Coltrane’s spiritual quest that grew out of his personal troubles, including a long struggle with drug and alcohol addiction.

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  2. WNYC: “A Reckoning in our Own House. John Hockenberry and Harassment”

    WNYC News has been covering stories about powerful men in media and politics being accused of and fired for sexual harassment and misconduct. Now we find ourselves in the midst of facing these issues right here at New York Public Radio and grappling with what we’re hearing and how our own organization is handling the situation. WNYC co-hosts Brooke Gladstone, Jami Floyd, Brian Lehrer and Shumita Basu will be on the radio live tonight at 8pm to talk about this news, share the reporting about John Hockenberry and take your calls and reactions. This is an issue greater than just our organization and we hope to make it a productive conversation for how we move forward in addressing these issues under our own roof and as a nation.

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  3. The moral roots of liberals and conservatives - Jonathan Haidt

    Psychologist Jonathan Haidt studies the five moral values that form the basis of our political choices, whether we’re left, right, or center. In this eye-opening talk, he pinpoints the moral values that liberals and conservatives tend to honor most. Jonathan Haidt studies how — and why — we evolved to be moral. By understanding more about our moral roots, his hope is that we can learn to be civil and open-minded.

    Talk by Jonathan Haidt.

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  4. Ferguson Pastor: This Is Not A Race Issue; This Is A Human Issue : NPR

    The Rev. Willis Johnson’s church is in the Missouri town where 18-year-old Michael Brown was killed by a police officer. His recent interaction with an angry teen protester was emotional for him.

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  5. George Carlin on the legendary public radio program The Heat (1990)

    Boundary breaking performer George Carlin joins John to chew on language, media and culture. This is a remarkable hour with Carlin, one of the most thoughtful and influential comedians of our time. Funny, tough, smart talk, and music you can dance to. Murray Street’s Peabody Award-winning HEAT is back to entertain, engage and encourage publisteners at the end of the day. These ten episodes drawn from our deep archives feature John Hockenberry’s new introductions and all the good old sensations. Each HEAT program is self contained.

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