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This is our unabridged interview with Eboo Patel.

“Diversity is a treasure,” says President and Founder of Interfaith America Eboo Patel. But what does “diversity” really mean?

The term is found these days in public discourse and political debate, in boardrooms and on athletic fields. But Eboo argues that the way it plays out in the United States often misses the point entirely: instead of honoring identity and leaving room for disagreement, we settle for a flattening of culture, calling it “diversity.”

“Coherent doesn’t mean univocal,” says Eboo. “In a democracy, you actually get to articulate your identity.” In this episode, Eboo describes why we should treasure our differences - especially religious differences - rather than treat them as insignificant, and provides new ways to frame polarizing issues around religion, race, and politics.

Show Notes

Similar episodes:

David Brooks: Can We Save Society by Knowing Each Other?

Eddie Glaude: On James Baldwin’s America

David Desteno: Can Religion Make You Happier?

Kristin Du Mez Sits with David French

Resources mentioned this episode

We Need to Build by Eboo Patel

Acts of Faith by Eboo Patel

Interfaith America’s website

PDF of Lee’s Interview Notes

Transcript for Abridged Episode

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This is our unabridged interview with Eboo Patel.

“Diversity is a treasure,” says President and Founder of Interfaith America Eboo Patel. But what does “diversity” really mean?

The term is found these days in public discourse and political debate, in boardrooms and on athletic fields. But Eboo argues that the way it plays out in the United States often misses the point entirely: instead of honoring identity and leaving room for disagreement, we settle for a flattening of culture, calling it “diversity.”

“Coherent doesn’t mean univocal,” says Eboo. “In a democracy, you actually get to articulate your identity.” In this episode, Eboo describes why we should treasure our differences - especially religious differences - rather than treat them as insignificant, and provides new ways to frame polarizing issues around religion, race, and politics.

Show Notes

Similar episodes:

David Brooks: Can We Save Society by Knowing Each Other?

Eddie Glaude: On James Baldwin’s America

David Desteno: Can Religion Make You Happier?

Kristin Du Mez Sits with David French

Resources mentioned this episode

We Need to Build by Eboo Patel

Acts of Faith by Eboo Patel

Interfaith America’s website

PDF of Lee’s Interview Notes

Transcript for Abridged Episode

Subscribe to episodes: Apple | Spotify | Amazon | Stitcher | Google | YouTube

Follow Us: Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube

Follow Lee: Instagram | Twitter

Join our Email List: nosmallendeavor.com

Become a Member: Virtual Only | Standard | Premium

See Privacy Policy: Privacy Policy

Shop No Small Endeavor Merch: Scandalous Witness Course | Scandalous Witness Book | Joy & the Good Life Course

Amazon Affiliate Disclosure: Tokens Media, LLC is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.

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