THE SCHEDULE - AND FREE ACCESS
Free access ... what does this mean?
And what is the schedule?
SCHEDULE and ACCESS:
Starting July 28, there will be a new interview series.
Monday to Thursday, the last week of the month, one interview will go online, FREE, for forty-eight hours.
This will continue for several months, always the last week of the month.
Register, and you will be sent details.
In 2012-13, there was the first interview series - for a total of 21 interviews. Each interview was initially available FREE.
There were also 2 sets of FREE re-runs.
If you would like to be able to listen again, or listen whenever it suits you, you will be able to purchase any individual interview or the full series. You can also buy any of the past interviews.
There is a Facebook page where you can comment about the interviews and read the comments of other people.
Some people feel very alone in their knowledge about Islam. Others would like more of a connection with a larger group of people, maybe even people around the world. I know I've felt quite alone, and stunned to be relatively alone with such obvious truths.
Unpopular truths often take a long time to get out into the world. Generally there are those with power and money who do not want the truth out. Galileo faced the Catholic church which was not open to his findings about the earth rotating around the sun, rather than the other way around. The cigarette industry put up an enormous fight against acknowledging the link between smoking and lung cancer. In the struggles for equal rights for people of all races, for women and men, for people of all sexual orientations, there was - and often still is - huge opposition.
It can be exhausting to hold out on one's own, in the face of such opposition.
Over and over, people have found like-minded individuals - and also have found help with strategies for getting hears.
One goal of this telesummit is to share stories around vital concerns - like how have people come to understand Islam and the West, what is happening - and this time, how have people come to their understanding of ethics, to their faith beliefs, to their truths, and to their activism.
Another goal is, hopefully, to give to you - so that listening adds to your own life.
PhD, Psychology, Sociology,
People interviewed for the first series:
Bill Warner - PoliticalIslam.com
Robert Spencer - JihadWatch.org
Nonie Darwish - FormerMuslimsUnited.org
Pamela Geller - AtlasShrugs.com
Raheel Raza - RaheelRaza.com
Mark Durie - The Third Choice
Valerie Price - Act for Canada
Citizen Warrior - CitizenWarrior.com
Eric Allen Bell - American Infidel
Aruna Papp - Unworthy Creature
Gavin Boby - Law and FreedomFoundation
Fred Litwin - FreeThinkingFilms.com
Freedom Annie - Facebook - Infidel Task Force
I.Q. al-Rassooli - Lifting the Veil
Vince Lombardo - Anonymous Scholar
Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff -
Andy Miller - Tennessee Freedom Coalition
Nicolai Sennels - Muslim vs Non-Muslim Psychologies
Chris Knowles - International Ciivil Liberties Alliance
Alain Wagner -
International Ciivil Liberties Alliance
Some of the people perhaps to be interviewed:
Phyllis Chesler - Phyllis-Chesler.com
Bat Ye'or - Eurabia and dhimmi.org
Hege Storhaug - But the Greatest of These is Freedom
Bruce Bawer - While Europe Slept and The New Quislings
Jamie Glazov - FrontPageMag.com
WORLD TRUTH SUMMIT
From Ethics and Caring,
to Activism for Human Rights
including Freedom of Speech,
and to Truth Telling instead of
likely including ...