CBB has just posted podcasts of two more sessions from the December conference on “Human Rights in Judaism, Christianity and Islam.”
Session 2: Human Trafficking and Slavery in the 21st Century
—Moderator: Dr. Jamal Barzinji, Vice President, International Institute of Islamic Thought
—Dr. David Batstone, professor of ethics, University of San Francisco; president, “Not for Sale” Campaign
—Dr. Azizah al-Hibri, professor, Richmond University Law School; founder KARAMAH: Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights
—Rabbi Rachel Kahn Troster, Director of Education and Outreach, Rabbis for Human Rights
Session 3: Prisoner Treatment in Peace and War
—Moderator: Reverend Joseph Eldridge, Chaplain, American University
—Reverend Tim Floyd, professor/director Law and Public Service Program, Mercer University; author of Can a Good Christian Be a Good Lawyer?
—Imam Radwan Mohammad Mardini, American Muslim Center, Dearborn, Michigan
—Rabbi Melissa Weintraub, North American director, Encounter; author on war ethics and religious responses to terror
See our website for these and other podcasts from the conference.
Thanks again to our audio assistant, Daniel Brookman, for making these podcasts available and to filmmaker Liza Figueroa Kravinksy who made the original recordings.