14.03.2018

NPR Radio Show Taping: Faith and Feminism - Voices of Affirmation

New York City, USA

March 14th, 12:00 - 2:00 pm

UNFPA (5th floor) 605 Third Avenue (Between 39th and 40th streets), New York City, USA
 
Faith and Feminism will be recorded for the Person Place Thing show in front of a live audience and later broadcast on 35 NPR stations with an audience of over 500,000. Person Place Thing is a weekly NPR radio show, which finds out about guests via their more important person, place and thing. Previous guests have included rock star Laurie Anderson, director Trevor Nunn, actor Hank Azaria, musician Peter Yarrow (of Peter, Paul & Mary), Maziar Bahari (Iranian journalist who was inspiration for Jon Stewart's movie Rosewater), and Rainn Wilson (who played Dwight on the TV series, The Office).
 
Interviewer

Randy Cohen is currently the host of Person Place Thing and a former Ethicist on the New York Times and a writer for The David Letterman Show, where he won 3 Emmy Awards.  

 
Guests

Dr. Azza Karam
Senior Advisor on Culture at the UNFPA, Coordinator of the UN Interagency Task Force on Religion; and author of several books and articles on Political Islam, Religion, Development, Democratization, Peacebuilding, and Women’s rights.
 
Ms. Bani Dugal
Bahá'í International Community’s Principal Representative to the UN, and a regular distinguished invitee to the World Economic Forum, Davos. 
 
 
RSVP is REQUIRED –
PLEASE RSVP TO: KARAM@UNFPA.ORG BY MARCH 10 at the LATEST

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