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Go Vote!

Published 2d ago -

David Glover is the founder of BadVoter.org, a website that tells Oklahomans when they voted for the last time. This podcast is part of the series ”Pause Cafe” by Olivier Rey, a freelance journalist, and podcaster in Oklahoma. More »

Oklahoma’s Environmental Challenges

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Johnson Bridgwater is the director of the Sierra Club of Oklahoma Chapter, an environmental organization in the United States. This pod­cast is par of the se­ries “Pause Cafe” by Olivier Rey, an in­de­pen­dent jour­nal­ist and pod­caster in Ok­... More »

The Rumi Forum and multiculturalism

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Emre Celik, an Australian based in Washington DC, is currently the President of the Rumi Forum, an organization dedicated to social harmony, intercultural and interfaith dialogue issues covering themes of pluralism, social cohesion, democracy, and peace buildi... More »

Tribulations of the Heartland Flyer Amtrak

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Evan Stair is the president of Passenger Rail Oklahoma, a grass root advocacy organization dedicated to the preservation and expansion of passenger rail services in Oklahoma, Kansas and surrounding regions. This pod­cast is par of the se­ries Pause Cafe by O... More »

Factors of the aging brain

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Ana Daugherty received her Ph.D. in behavioral and cognitive neuroscience from Wayne State University in 2014. She has spent the last year working as a postdoctoral research fellow at the Institute of Gerontology at Wayne State. She is interested in cellular n... More »

The women in conflict zone

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Nyla Ali Khan is the au­thor of Fic­tion of Na­tion­al­ity in an Era of Transna­tion­al­ism, Is­lam, Women, and Vi­o­lence in Kash­mir, The Life of a Kash­miri Woman, and the ed­i­tor of The Parch­ment of Kash­mir. Nyla Ali Khan has also serve... More »

The life of Somali refugees in the USA

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Catherine Lowe Besteman is an anthropologist and holds the position of Francis F. Bartlett and Ruth K. Bartlett Professor of Anthropology at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. She has taught at that institution since 1994. She is known for her work with Somal... More »