Daily Archives: May 9, 2018

Sodfa Daaji on the Urgent Case of Noura Hussein Hammad

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Sodfa Daaji is the Chairwoman of the Gender Equality Committee and the North Africa Coordinator for the Afrika Youth Movement. Here we talk about Noura Hussein Hammad’s urgent case. The hashtag: #JusticeForNoura. Daaji’s email if you would like to sign: daajisodfa.pr@gmail.com. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What is the baseline description of Hammad’s case? Sodfa Daaji: Noura is a… Read more »

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Interview with Amitabh Pal – Director of Communications, Freedom From Religion Foundation

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Amitabh Pal is the Director of Communications for the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF). Here we talk about his work and views with the FFRF.. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How did you become involved in the secularist movements? Amitabh Pal: I’ve been at the intersection of progressive politics and journalism my entire professional life. The… Read more »

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The Existential Risks and Trauma of Leaving a Cult

  By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott is the Founder of Skeptic Meditations. He speaks from experience in entering and leaving an ashram. Here we talk about existential risks for an individual leaving a cult, views of the world only knowing the cult, leaving psychologically and physically from the cult, places for transition, and some who… Read more »

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