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S2 E7: Voting and Citizenship-A Complicated History

Top of Mind with Julie Rose

52:50 MINS • LISTEN ON DEMAND

Citizenship is a prerequisite for voting in most of the world. But New York City plans on allowing non-citizens to vote in city elections. How does being given or denied the right to vote affect somebody’s sense of belonging in a community? In this episode, we look at the history of voting rights and restrictions in America and see how voting by non-citizens plays out in places where it is allowed. Guests: Woojung Diana Park, Immigrant Justice Organizer, Minkwon Center in New York City Chaewon Jessica Park, Immigrant Justice Organizer, Minkwon Center in New York City Howard Husock, Senior Fellow of Domestic Policy Studies, American Enterprise Institute Ron Hayduk, Professor of Political Science, San Francisco State University Kate Stewart, Mayor of Takoma Park, Maryland

Citizenship is a prerequisite for voting in most of the world. But New York City plans on allowing non-citizens to vote in city elections. How does being given or denied the right to vote affect somebody’s sense of belonging in a community? In this episode, we look at the history of voting rights and restrictions in America and see how voting by non-citizens plays out in places where it is allowed. Guests: Woojung Diana Park, Immigrant Justice Organizer, Minkwon Center in New York City Chaewon Jessica Park, Immigrant Justice Organizer, Minkwon Center in New York City Howard Husock, Senior Fellow of Domestic Policy Studies, American Enterprise Institute Ron Hayduk, Professor of Political Science, San Francisco State University Kate Stewart, Mayor of Takoma Park, Maryland

11:00 PM
  • News & Information

Daydreaming, Scambaiting, Water Judging

Top of Mind with Julie Rose

52:50 MINS • LISTEN ON DEMAND

Daydreaming is actually quite the mental exercise. It's pretty good for you if you do it right. Rosie Okumura is a voice actor who pranks scam callers, and she's very good at it! Taste-testing water from all around the world.

Daydreaming is actually quite the mental exercise. It's pretty good for you if you do it right. Rosie Okumura is a voice actor who pranks scam callers, and she's very good at it! Taste-testing water from all around the world.

12:00 AM
  • Storytelling

A Gift From the Sea

The Apple Seed

56:50 MINS • LISTEN ON DEMAND

What is the most important thing in life? To some it’s family. To others it might be being true to oneself. And still others may believe life is all about having a good time. When it comes down to it, it all depends on perspective. Today we have stories about all sorts of perspectives from all sorts of tellers. We hope you enjoy! On today’s episode, enjoy the following: “A Gift from the Sea” by Lyn Ford from When the Gourd Broke: Common Sense Stories (11:38) Radio Family Journal: "Magpie" by Sam Payne (5:00) The Daily Mix: "Primer" with Cole Wissinger (7:00) “Paddy and the Pooka” by Kevin Carr from King of the Pipers (18:58) “Zig Zag Walk” by Heather Forest from The Animals Could Talk (2:19) “The Lion Makers” by Odds Bodkin from The Evergreens (4:54)

What is the most important thing in life? To some it’s family. To others it might be being true to oneself. And still others may believe life is all about having a good time. When it comes down to it, it all depends on perspective. Today we have stories about all sorts of perspectives from all sorts of tellers. We hope you enjoy! On today’s episode, enjoy the following: “A Gift from the Sea” by Lyn Ford from When the Gourd Broke: Common Sense Stories (11:38) Radio Family Journal: "Magpie" by Sam Payne (5:00) The Daily Mix: "Primer" with Cole Wissinger (7:00) “Paddy and the Pooka” by Kevin Carr from King of the Pipers (18:58) “Zig Zag Walk” by Heather Forest from The Animals Could Talk (2:19) “The Lion Makers” by Odds Bodkin from The Evergreens (4:54)

1:00 AM
  • Storytelling

S2 E11: Stories about Fantastic Critters feat. Motoko and Original Submarine Drama 'The Crystal Whale'

The Apple Seed

52:50 MINS • LISTEN ON DEMAND

Today’s hour is filled with stories about fantastic critters of all kinds. You'll meet unlikely beasts both real and imagined, and each one might make you think differently of a real-life animal – or person – you love. (2:26) Japanese storyteller Motoko shares an old Chinese folktale about a father's unlikely relationship with a cricket in "The Golden Eye of the Fighting Cricket," recorded live in the Apple Seed Studio. (22:46) Host Sam Payne talks about his relationship with a colony of feral cats living in his backyard in today's entry in the Radio Family Journal. (35:00) A new original audio drama called "The Crystal Whale." The crew of an experimental glass submarine grounded on the bottom of the ocean faces a giant, mysterious creature that has an unusual fixation on their sub.

Today’s hour is filled with stories about fantastic critters of all kinds. You'll meet unlikely beasts both real and imagined, and each one might make you think differently of a real-life animal – or person – you love. (2:26) Japanese storyteller Motoko shares an old Chinese folktale about a father's unlikely relationship with a cricket in "The Golden Eye of the Fighting Cricket," recorded live in the Apple Seed Studio. (22:46) Host Sam Payne talks about his relationship with a colony of feral cats living in his backyard in today's entry in the Radio Family Journal. (35:00) A new original audio drama called "The Crystal Whale." The crew of an experimental glass submarine grounded on the bottom of the ocean faces a giant, mysterious creature that has an unusual fixation on their sub.

2:00 AM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Striving to Have Integrity

Finding Center

26:13 MINS • LISTEN ON DEMAND

Tad R. Callister, member of the Presidency of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints when this devotional address was given, will share his remarks entitled, “Becoming Men and Women of Integrity.”

Tad R. Callister, member of the Presidency of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints when this devotional address was given, will share his remarks entitled, “Becoming Men and Women of Integrity.”

2:30 AM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Ep. 116 Lisa Knopp

In Good Faith

27:06 MINS • LISTEN ON DEMAND

Dr. Lisa Knopp, associate professor at University of Nebraska-Omaha, discusses her seventh book "From Your Friend, Carey Dean," with producer Heather Bigley. Lisa is a death penalty abolitionist who became the friend and penpal of Carey Dean Moore, a death row inmate convicted of murdering two men in August 1979. Moore spent 38 years on death row before his execution in 2018. In that time, Lisa and Carey Dean exchanged 320 letters about their Christian faith, spiritual challenges, and personal lives. Hear Lisa describe their friendship and her memoir in this week's episode.

Dr. Lisa Knopp, associate professor at University of Nebraska-Omaha, discusses her seventh book "From Your Friend, Carey Dean," with producer Heather Bigley. Lisa is a death penalty abolitionist who became the friend and penpal of Carey Dean Moore, a death row inmate convicted of murdering two men in August 1979. Moore spent 38 years on death row before his execution in 2018. In that time, Lisa and Carey Dean exchanged 320 letters about their Christian faith, spiritual challenges, and personal lives. Hear Lisa describe their friendship and her memoir in this week's episode.

3:00 AM
  • News & Information

S1 E3: Jim Thorpe: All-American

Constant Wonder

52:50 MINS • LISTEN ON DEMAND

Jim Thorpe was known as the greatest athlete in the world.

Jim Thorpe was known as the greatest athlete in the world.

4:00 AM
  • Sports

Best of BYU Sports Nation - Week of Aug 8 - Aug 12

BYU Sports Nation

1:39:40 MINS • LISTEN ON DEMAND

BYU Sports Nation gives you a daily insider's look at BYU Sports. Hosts Spencer Linton and Jarom Jordan connect you with in-depth analysis, engaging discussion, interviews, and opinions with a national perspective on all things BYU Sports Nation. Monday - Saturday 12n ET/9a PT

BYU Sports Nation gives you a daily insider's look at BYU Sports. Hosts Spencer Linton and Jarom Jordan connect you with in-depth analysis, engaging discussion, interviews, and opinions with a national perspective on all things BYU Sports Nation. Monday - Saturday 12n ET/9a PT

5:00 AM
  • Faith & Inspiration

The Will of the Lord

Finding Center

25:35 MINS • LISTEN ON DEMAND

The Will of the Lord Beth Luthy, professor in the BYU College of Nursing at the time of these remarks, will share her BYU devotional address entitled, “The Faith to Do His Will.”

The Will of the Lord Beth Luthy, professor in the BYU College of Nursing at the time of these remarks, will share her BYU devotional address entitled, “The Faith to Do His Will.”

5:30 AM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Ep. 119 Bill Richards on Psychedelics and Transcendence

In Good Faith

28:14 MINS • LISTEN ON DEMAND

Dr. Richards is a clinical psychologist at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center with formal training in theology and comparative religion. Earlier in his career, he pursued psychedelic research at Spring Grove Hospital Center and the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center in Baltimore. His graduate education included studies at Yale, Brandeis, Catholic University, the Andover-Newton Theological School, and the University of Göttingen.

Dr. Richards is a clinical psychologist at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center with formal training in theology and comparative religion. Earlier in his career, he pursued psychedelic research at Spring Grove Hospital Center and the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center in Baltimore. His graduate education included studies at Yale, Brandeis, Catholic University, the Andover-Newton Theological School, and the University of Göttingen.

6:00 AM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Sunday Music

This is Sunday

Peaceful, uplifting, and inspiring music and thoughts all day Sunday.

Peaceful, uplifting, and inspiring music and thoughts all day Sunday.

9:00 AM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Ep. 120 Mauli Junior Bonner on Black Pioneers and Building Faith

In Good Faith

40:39 MINS • LISTEN ON DEMAND

Mauli Bonner is a tremendously successful vocal director and song writer. He and his wife Chantel founded the charity Lift Up Voices that provides opportunities with music and arts to young people. He wrote and directed an award winning film His Name is Green Flake, that tells the story of some of the first African American pioneers to the Utah Valley. The movie inspired a monument dedicated to those pioneers that was dedicated on July 22nd, 2022, on the 175th anniversary of the first wagon through Emigration Canyon.

Mauli Bonner is a tremendously successful vocal director and song writer. He and his wife Chantel founded the charity Lift Up Voices that provides opportunities with music and arts to young people. He wrote and directed an award winning film His Name is Green Flake, that tells the story of some of the first African American pioneers to the Utah Valley. The movie inspired a monument dedicated to those pioneers that was dedicated on July 22nd, 2022, on the 175th anniversary of the first wagon through Emigration Canyon.

9:30 AM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Music and the Spoken Word

Music & the Spoken Word

This weekly 30-minute radio program features inspiring messages alongside the music of the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, often accompanied by the Salt Lake Tabernacle organ and the Orchestra at Temple Square. First broadcast in 1929, this program is one of the longest-running radio shows in the world. The choir performs both sacred and secular pieces that correspond with the chosen message. In addition to hymns and sacred anthems, the choir performs Broadway show tunes, classical themes and beloved folk songs. New episodes Sundays at 11:30am Eastern, 8:30am Pacific.

This weekly 30-minute radio program features inspiring messages alongside the music of the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, often accompanied by the Salt Lake Tabernacle organ and the Orchestra at Temple Square. First broadcast in 1929, this program is one of the longest-running radio shows in the world. The choir performs both sacred and secular pieces that correspond with the chosen message. In addition to hymns and sacred anthems, the choir performs Broadway show tunes, classical themes and beloved folk songs. New episodes Sundays at 11:30am Eastern, 8:30am Pacific.

10:00 AM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Sunday Music

This is Sunday

Peaceful, uplifting, and inspiring music and thoughts all day Sunday.

Peaceful, uplifting, and inspiring music and thoughts all day Sunday.

3:00 PM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Ep. 120 Mauli Junior Bonner on Black Pioneers and Building Faith

In Good Faith

40:39 MINS • LISTEN ON DEMAND

Mauli Bonner is a tremendously successful vocal director and song writer. He and his wife Chantel founded the charity Lift Up Voices that provides opportunities with music and arts to young people. He wrote and directed an award winning film His Name is Green Flake, that tells the story of some of the first African American pioneers to the Utah Valley. The movie inspired a monument dedicated to those pioneers that was dedicated on July 22nd, 2022, on the 175th anniversary of the first wagon through Emigration Canyon.

Mauli Bonner is a tremendously successful vocal director and song writer. He and his wife Chantel founded the charity Lift Up Voices that provides opportunities with music and arts to young people. He wrote and directed an award winning film His Name is Green Flake, that tells the story of some of the first African American pioneers to the Utah Valley. The movie inspired a monument dedicated to those pioneers that was dedicated on July 22nd, 2022, on the 175th anniversary of the first wagon through Emigration Canyon.

3:30 PM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Music and the Spoken Word

Music & the Spoken Word

This weekly 30-minute radio program features inspiring messages alongside the music of the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, often accompanied by the Salt Lake Tabernacle organ and the Orchestra at Temple Square. First broadcast in 1929, this program is one of the longest-running radio shows in the world. The choir performs both sacred and secular pieces that correspond with the chosen message. In addition to hymns and sacred anthems, the choir performs Broadway show tunes, classical themes and beloved folk songs. New episodes Sundays at 11:30am Eastern, 8:30am Pacific.

This weekly 30-minute radio program features inspiring messages alongside the music of the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, often accompanied by the Salt Lake Tabernacle organ and the Orchestra at Temple Square. First broadcast in 1929, this program is one of the longest-running radio shows in the world. The choir performs both sacred and secular pieces that correspond with the chosen message. In addition to hymns and sacred anthems, the choir performs Broadway show tunes, classical themes and beloved folk songs. New episodes Sundays at 11:30am Eastern, 8:30am Pacific.

4:00 PM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Sunday Music

This is Sunday

Peaceful, uplifting, and inspiring music and thoughts all day Sunday.

Peaceful, uplifting, and inspiring music and thoughts all day Sunday.

6:00 PM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Ep. 120 Mauli Junior Bonner on Black Pioneers and Building Faith

In Good Faith

40:39 MINS • LISTEN ON DEMAND

Mauli Bonner is a tremendously successful vocal director and song writer. He and his wife Chantel founded the charity Lift Up Voices that provides opportunities with music and arts to young people. He wrote and directed an award winning film His Name is Green Flake, that tells the story of some of the first African American pioneers to the Utah Valley. The movie inspired a monument dedicated to those pioneers that was dedicated on July 22nd, 2022, on the 175th anniversary of the first wagon through Emigration Canyon.

Mauli Bonner is a tremendously successful vocal director and song writer. He and his wife Chantel founded the charity Lift Up Voices that provides opportunities with music and arts to young people. He wrote and directed an award winning film His Name is Green Flake, that tells the story of some of the first African American pioneers to the Utah Valley. The movie inspired a monument dedicated to those pioneers that was dedicated on July 22nd, 2022, on the 175th anniversary of the first wagon through Emigration Canyon.

7:00 PM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Sunday Music

This is Sunday

Peaceful, uplifting, and inspiring music and thoughts all day Sunday.

Peaceful, uplifting, and inspiring music and thoughts all day Sunday.

9:00 PM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Ep. 120 Mauli Junior Bonner on Black Pioneers and Building Faith

In Good Faith

40:39 MINS • LISTEN ON DEMAND

Mauli Bonner is a tremendously successful vocal director and song writer. He and his wife Chantel founded the charity Lift Up Voices that provides opportunities with music and arts to young people. He wrote and directed an award winning film His Name is Green Flake, that tells the story of some of the first African American pioneers to the Utah Valley. The movie inspired a monument dedicated to those pioneers that was dedicated on July 22nd, 2022, on the 175th anniversary of the first wagon through Emigration Canyon.

Mauli Bonner is a tremendously successful vocal director and song writer. He and his wife Chantel founded the charity Lift Up Voices that provides opportunities with music and arts to young people. He wrote and directed an award winning film His Name is Green Flake, that tells the story of some of the first African American pioneers to the Utah Valley. The movie inspired a monument dedicated to those pioneers that was dedicated on July 22nd, 2022, on the 175th anniversary of the first wagon through Emigration Canyon.

9:30 PM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Music and the Spoken Word

Music & the Spoken Word

This weekly 30-minute radio program features inspiring messages alongside the music of the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, often accompanied by the Salt Lake Tabernacle organ and the Orchestra at Temple Square. First broadcast in 1929, this program is one of the longest-running radio shows in the world. The choir performs both sacred and secular pieces that correspond with the chosen message. In addition to hymns and sacred anthems, the choir performs Broadway show tunes, classical themes and beloved folk songs. New episodes Sundays at 11:30am Eastern, 8:30am Pacific.

This weekly 30-minute radio program features inspiring messages alongside the music of the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, often accompanied by the Salt Lake Tabernacle organ and the Orchestra at Temple Square. First broadcast in 1929, this program is one of the longest-running radio shows in the world. The choir performs both sacred and secular pieces that correspond with the chosen message. In addition to hymns and sacred anthems, the choir performs Broadway show tunes, classical themes and beloved folk songs. New episodes Sundays at 11:30am Eastern, 8:30am Pacific.

10:00 PM
  • Faith & Inspiration

Sunday Music

This is Sunday

Peaceful, uplifting, and inspiring music and thoughts all day Sunday.

Peaceful, uplifting, and inspiring music and thoughts all day Sunday.

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