Six Pillars Broadcast – The Nelson Mandela Exhibition
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Six Pillars Broadcast – The Nelson Mandela Exhibition

Audio recorded during a tour of the current Official Nelson Mandela exhibition at the Leake Street Gallery, Waterloo. Learning Manager Caroline Kumana describes aspects of this major new exhibition that explores the life of the world’s most famous freedom fighter and political leader. The multi-media exhibition is full of fascinating objects, images and documents, personal … Continue reading

We, the People – Trump’s Immigration Ban
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We, the People – Trump’s Immigration Ban

A guest episode from Kerning Cultures this week, examines Trump’s immigration ban from a a very human perspective. Since Trump announced his ban, thousands were affected. Most were prohibited from boarding planes from foreign destinations because airlines pay a fine of USD 3,000 per each passenger they permit aboard, if improperly brought to USA. Hundreds … Continue reading

Six Pillars Broadcast – “The Devolution of Arab Men from Humans to Fodder”
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Six Pillars Broadcast – “The Devolution of Arab Men from Humans to Fodder”

 “The Clash of Digitalizations: “The Devolution of Arab Men from Humans to Digital Fodder” A pithy talk by Saud Al-Zaid, a scholar of radical Islamic thought, at the 33th Chaos Communication Congress [33c3] in Hamburg. Al-Zaid, who holds degrees in Economics, Comparative Literature, Arab Studies, the Anthropology & Sociology of Religion, and Islamic Studies, was … Continue reading

Tonight’s Radio Show: Swedish Theatre on Terrorism
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Tonight’s Radio Show: Swedish Theatre on Terrorism

What do you do when your fixed ideas of terrorism are challenged, are shattered on your doorstep and the bomber looks just like you? The Arcola Theatre in Hackney, London hosts a guest production for just three nights of “I Call My Brothers” a ground-breaking piece of Swedish theatre addressing the uncomfortable and muddy home … Continue reading