In this episode we take a deep dive on diversity, equity, and inclusion better known by bigoted people as DEI then we look at how In vitro fertilization is causing some ironic responses from the anti-abortion crowd.
Pastor Chris Avell was criminally charged for housing the homeless in his church. Where do we draw the legal line especially when the lives of those struggling is in the balance?
Rev. Gary Click the Fremont Baptist preacher who pretends to be an Ohio represenative spikes the football, smiles, and laughs as the Ohio House overrides a Governor veto on Click’s gender affirming care and trans women in sports ban. Then we look at the recent release of the State of the Secular States report from American Atheists
The 2023 Freedom of Thought Report is featured as well as talking about the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom
We have an insightful conversation with Dr. Reverend David Breeden, senior minister at the First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis. We talk about the history of the modern Humanist movement and how the first Manifesto was a response against the growing fascism in Europe. Breeden explains what congregational humanism is about and how Mary Midgley’s idea that all solutions are incomplete fits with Humanism. David also gives his thoughts about the revision of the bylaws of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
We have an update on a recent public records check concerning the tax dollars being spent on the reuse of the former St. Anthony’s Catholic church in Toledo. Why does it seem like the Lucas County Land Bank is ignoring the wishes of the neighborhood community?
In this episode we mention how much fun we had at the recent Maumee Summer Fair then we talk about how Christian Nationalists like State Senator Theresa Gaverone violated state rules to hijack the Reproductive rights amendment in order to lie about what it actually does for pregnant individuals in the state.
Ever wonder why voting isn’t as straightforward as it seems? What if we told you that there are barriers at the polls that could limit citizen power in democracy? Join us for a robust dialogue with Greer Aeschbury, the Ohio senior campaign manager with All Voting is Local Action, as we dissect these and more on our podcast. We delve into the specifics of Issue 1, the recent voter ID law, and the Ohio Voter Rights Coalition’s efforts to make voting more accessible and fair.
We talk to Alison Gill from American Atheists about religious freedom and the attacks on the LGBTQ community by Christian Nationalists
What happens when you combine the power of women voters with a dedication to inclusivity and advocacy? You get the incredible League of Women Voters, Toledo, Lucas County!