On: July 8, 2021 In:

A breakout star of “American Idol,” Clay Aiken laughs (and laughs and laughs) with Irshad Manji in this wide-ranging conversation. What Irshad says about politics hits home with Clay, a former congressional candidate. Her final statement captures the core of what Moral Courage ED teaches.

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On: June 24, 2021 In:

Can free speech and social justice be reconciled? Yes, says Irshad Manji, and she explains how. Heterodox Academy is a national coalition of scholars who advocate open inquiry and viewpoint diversity. Their motto: “Great minds don’t always think alike.”

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On: May 11, 2021 In:

NPR”s “On Point” is a call-in show known for digging deep, asking challenging questions, and letting listeners have their say. Moral Courage ED founder Irshad Manji fields queries of all kinds in this 50-minute conversation.

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On: May 7, 2021 In:

Some people of faith experience moments in which they must decide whether to stay or leave their religion. But Irshad Manji, founder of Moral Courage ED, believes that such moments can lead to reconciling seeming opposites, not having to choose between them. On BBC’s “Heart and Soul,” she describes...

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On: May 2, 2021 In:

Irshad Manji, founder of Moral Courage ED, gets vulnerable on CBC Radio’s “Tapestry,” a Canada-wide program about the human spirit.

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