We talk to the authors of a new book chronicling the legacy of American Girl dolls. Then, the director of the UW-Madison Center for Interfaith Dialogue helps us have better conversations with people of different religious backgrounds.
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How American Girl books and dolls shaped a generation
The authors of a new book about American Girl take us on a trip down memory lane to explore the cultural legacy of the iconic Wisconsin-based company.
How to talk about the Israel-Hamas conflict with people of different religious backgrounds
A person’s religious background can shape how they feel about the conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza. We talk to the director of the UW-Madison Center for Interfaith Dialogue about how to have better conversations with people of different faiths than our own.
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