Episode 29 of The Salon features Susan K. Stern, Chair of the President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships and Commissioner of Service and Volunteering for the state of New York; Rabbi Joanna Samuels, Executive Director of the Manny Cantor Center of the Educational Alliance; and Simone Dinnerstein, a classical pianist and Founder of Neighborhood Classics. (Simone’s new album is available here!)
Topics include: The Shriver Report and why one-third of American women are living at or near the brink of poverty; are celebrities like Beyonce the best messengers for social and political causes?; what we can learn from Ariel Sharon about end-of-life issues?; and the justice of Oscar nominations…
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The Shriver Report and Human Trafficking:
On Beyonce Coming Out as a Feminist:
On Ariel Sharon and End-of-Life Issues:
On Education and Income Inequality: