Chris Stedman, the Interfaith and Community Service Fellow for the Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard University and founder of the first blog dedicated to exploring atheist-interfaith engagement, NonProphet Status, on interfaith cooperation as well as the role of religion in the “Occupy America” movement, including that of atheists and humanists. His memoir, Faitheist: How One Atheist Learned to Overcome the Religious-Secular Divide, and Why Atheists and the Religious Must Work Together, will be published next year.

Frederick Clarkson, author and co-founder of the website talk2action.org, on the mainstream media’s failure to recognize or analyze the growth of the Dominionist-New Apostolic Reformation movement in this country – specifically its influence on politics – and why it deserves to be taken seriously.

Susan McKee, founder of Knitting4Peace, on the nationwide project that organizes participants to create prayer shawls to send to people living in deprivation and conflict areas around the world.

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