Charles Overby, John Henegan, Reuben Anderson and JoAnne Prichard Morris (L-R) at The Overby Center's Oct. 19, 2021 program "Remembering the Winters." View Program "The past is always good and bad, but we need to focus on the good - Larry Martindale and learn from that." View Program A Discussion with Curtis Wilkie: Veteran Journalist and Author September 22, 2021 View Program “Are we about justice or are we about just us?" -Mandy Carter on Advancing Each Other View Program

“Democracy and the Informed Citizen”

Transcript from Walter Hussman’s speech “Democracy and the Informed Citizen” given at the University of Kentucky on October 7, 2021

“60: A Year of Sports, Race and Politics”

October 5, 2021

This event features former Ole Miss Chancellor Robert Khayat who will discuss his latest book, “60: A Year of Sports, Race and Politics.”

Lisa Beamer at Wheaton: The hard spiritual lessons learned in media frenzy after 9/11

Almost a half century ago, comedian George Carlin recorded his controversial “Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television” monologue.

That was then.

“Today, it would be easy to create a new list entitled, ‘Things you can’t say if you are a student or a professor at a college of university or an employee of many big corporations.’

Big question from COVID-tide: Should church leaders trust Facebook and Big Tech?

Almost a half century ago, comedian George Carlin recorded his controversial “Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television” monologue.

That was then.

“Today, it would be easy to create a new list entitled, ‘Things you can’t say if you are a student or a professor at a college of university or an employee of many big corporations.’

A Discussion with Terry Mattingly About Religion, Politics, and Covid-19

This event features a discussion about religion, politics and Covid, led by Overby Center fellow Terry Mattingly. One of the most knowledgeable religion reporters in the country, Mattingly writes a weekly column about religion and produces a weekly podcast about religion and the media.   Event Panelists:   Ryan Burge In The Nones: Where They Came From, Who They Are, and Where They Are Going, Burge provides a nuanced description of the increasing number of Americans who say that they have no religious affiliation. […]

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