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A podcast show focusing on uplifting stories and ideas that promote peace.
Sara Jamshidi is an award winning Iranian-American journalist and former radio producer for Wisconsin Public Radio. She is launching a podcast show called Peacemindedly. The show will explore peace, kindness and compassion featuring peace activists, peace makers and peace-game-changes.

Peacemindedly Sara Jamshidi

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A podcast show focusing on uplifting stories and ideas that promote peace.
Sara Jamshidi is an award winning Iranian-American journalist and former radio producer for Wisconsin Public Radio. She is launching a podcast show called Peacemindedly. The show will explore peace, kindness and compassion featuring peace activists, peace makers and peace-game-changes.

    Talking with Two Powerful Voices of Justice for Black Lives Matter Movement

    Talking with Two Powerful Voices of Justice for Black Lives Matter Movement

    Katrina Hasan Hamilton, writer, educator, wife, and the mother of an amazing 7-year-old, along with Yusef Miller, board member of Islamic Society of North County in San Diego are two passionate and powerful voices of Black Lives Matter. They will talk with Sara Jamshidi about the importance of taking the lives of black people in the United States very seriously.

    • 50 min
    Leaders &Organizers of Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom Talk About Peace and Commonalities Between Jews and Muslims

    Leaders &Organizers of Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom Talk About Peace and Commonalities Between Jews and Muslims

    Sheryl Olitzky, Co-Founder and Executive Director for Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom, or SOSS; Sara Haider, Assistant Director, Chapter Management, for SOSS; and Julie Plaut Warwick, Laughter Yoga Teacher and Co-chairperson of SOSS Eastside (Seattle greater area) will talk with Sara Jamshidi about the importance of re-building kindness, peace and a sense of sisterhood between Jewish and Muslim communities.

    • 56 min
    Zainab Salbi: Raising Loud Peaceful Voices Against Injustice

    Zainab Salbi: Raising Loud Peaceful Voices Against Injustice

    Zainab Salbi is the co-founder and president of Women for Women International, an organization dedicated to serving women survivors of wars. Salbi is the author of national bestseller Between Two Worlds: Escape from Tyranny, Growing up in the Shadow of Saddam, and host for several shows including #Me Too, Now What? original series for PBS, Through Her Eyes with Zainab Salbi at Yahoo News, and Zainab Salbi Project, original series on Huffington Post. Salbi will talk with Sara Jamshidi about raising loud peaceful voices against tyranny.

    • 49 min
    Nobel Peace Laureates talk about nuclear disarmament

    Nobel Peace Laureates talk about nuclear disarmament

    Johnson, and Sullivan, along with a group of activists, scientists, and educators at International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) received Noble Peace prize in 2017. Dr. Johnson, executive director of the Acronym Institute for Disarmament Diplomacy and founding president of the ICAN, and Dr. Kathleen Sullivan, co-founder of Hibakusha Stories and educator for social responsibilities and nuclear disarmament will talk with Sara Jamshidi about nonviolent (educational) activism on nuclear disarmament.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Three Wise Moms Explain the Meaning of Life to Their Daughters

    Three Wise Moms Explain the Meaning of Life to Their Daughters

    Show Note: Three wise moms wanted to communicate 3 things to their teenage daughters: a world beyond social media’s fabricated reality, the sense of anonymity that the media has created, and the anxiety of FOMO; Fear of Missing Out. Aisha Jumaan, Connie Cooper Shepherd, and Natalie Thompson wrote Three Wise Moms: Our lessons, Your Life. They, indirectly, talk with Sara Jamshidi about how they taught their daughters to take step to convey the message of peace for themselves and others.

    • 46 min
    Aneelah Afzali and Rev. Terry Kyllo talk about nonviolent activism in the wake of George Floyd's death

    Aneelah Afzali and Rev. Terry Kyllo talk about nonviolent activism in the wake of George Floyd's death

    Aneelah Afzali is the Executive Director of the American Muslim Empowerment Network, AMEN, in Washington State, USA. Rev. Terry Kyllo is the Executive Director of Paths to Understanding: Bridging Bias and Building Unity. Afzali and Kyllo have held numerous talks and workshops together to address Islamophobia while offering solution of peace, understanding and overcoming biases. Afzali and Kyllo talk with Sara Jamshidi about “Faith over Fear” initiative and “Neighbors in Faith.”

    • 51 min

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Great cause

So much needed podcast in this chaotic world. Thank you.
Great job. Hope for peace all over the world.

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