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Subtopics: LGBTQ issues, Lobbying, Separation of church and state
Nick is a civil rights and civil liberties activist who has spent his career in nonprofit advocacy, organizing, and fundraising. Since running an office that knocked on 25,000 doors and registered 5,000 voters in North Carolina during the 2008 election, Nick has worked with some of the nation’s most prominent political organizations and progressive nonprofits. …Learn more about Nick Fish >
Topics: Humanism, Philosophy, Psychology
Subtopics: Ethics & morality
Nikki Stern writes political, social and cultural commentary with what NPR host Kurt Andersen describes as “even-keeled grace, tolerance and common sense.” She is the author of three books and a contributor to three anthologies that deal with aspects of peaceful resistance Her first book, Because I Say So: Moral Authority’s Dangerous Appeal, reviewed her …Learn more about Nikki Stern >
Topics: Biology, History, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion
Subtopics: Evolution, History of religion, Naturalism, Psychology of religion, Sex & sexuality, Women & gender
Lionel Tiger is the Charles Darwin Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at Rutgers University. His title reflects his pioneering role in introducing biosocial data into the social sciences. Since the mid-1960’s he has been deeply involved in bridging the gap between the natural and social sciences. He has asserted that the words used appear to imply …Learn more about Lionel Tiger >