Deputy Sandeep Dhaliwal was a strong member of Sikh faith

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Everyday Democracy Orientation

Welcome to the Everyday Democracy Orintention I’m Gloria Francesca Mengual a Program Officer here at Everyday Democracy And with me is Janee Woods Weber I’m also a Program Officer here at Everyday Democracy, and Gloria and I work with communities across the country helping them come together to find ways Continue Reading

My failed mission to find God — and what I found instead | Anjali Kumar

A few years ago, I set out on a mission to find God. Now, I’m going to tell you right up front that I failed, which, as a lawyer, is a really hard thing for me to admit. But on that failed journey, a lot of what I found was Continue Reading

How digital media and big data are redefining democracy: Clifton Van Der Linden at TEDxUofT

[MUSIC PLAYING] How many people in the room voted in the last Federal Election? [LAUGHING] All right. So that’s a good number. I’d say about a third of you . So it depends– there’s a selection bias in the room, to an extent. The time people who would come out Continue Reading

Lee Smolin: How science is like democracy

So, about three years ago I was in London, and somebody called Howard Burton came to me and said, I represent a group of people, and we want to start an institute in theoretical physics. We have about 120 million dollars, and we want to do it well. We want Continue Reading

Internet and democracy: Alban Martin at TEDxRennes

If I were told that I would be greeted as a rock star to talk about democracry, I would have come earlier on TED stage usually I do not speak in front of such a massive and warm audience So I am very happy to talk with you about this Continue Reading

It’s time to reclaim religion | Sharon Brous

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Joanna Pietrulewicz I was a new mother and a young rabbi in the spring of 2004 and the world was in shambles. Maybe you remember. Every day, we heard devastating reports from the war in Iraq. There were waves of terror rolling across the globe. It Continue Reading

Food + Justice = Democracy: LaDonna Redmond at TEDxManhattan 2013

Well, I stand strong on those that come before me; I have to call on my ancestors and let them know that I have not forgotten them. I stand strong because I stand on the shoulders of your ancestors as well. I want them to know that I have not Continue Reading

Is Islam A Dangerous Religion?

There is violence in the Muslim world, ISIS and Al Qaeda are proof of that, but the media often conflates that to imply that Islam is violent. For example, on his show a while back Bill Maher implied that all Muslims hold “pernicious” beliefs. That was his word: “pernicious”. Which Continue Reading