This edition: Religion and Spirituality through the CUNY LensTweet
Original tape date: November 16, 2017.
First aired: November 16, 2017.
On this month’s Study With the Best: Religion and Spirituality through the CUNY lens. Michael Prettyman is a Hunter College grad who also went to Harvard Divinity School, and we look at his most recent church commission. Shamanism in New York City is thriving and we look at it through the eyes of the former director of the Center for Alternative Health at LaGuardia Community College. John Jay’s Noe Dinnerstein talks with us about music and spirituality; Reporter Ari Goldberg visits with Doyal Gauranga, a a student at Hunter College and Program Director of the Bhakti Center; and Professor David Orenstein of Medgar Evers College explains what humanism means and its relationship to the New York Society for Ethical Culture.
Tony Allicino LaGuardia Community College/CUNY
Noe Dinnerstein John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY
Doyal Gauranga Hunter College/CUNY
Dr. Anne Klaeysen Leader, New York Society for Ethical Culture
Gina Miller Bronx Community College/CUNY
David Orenstein Medgar Evers College/CUNY
Michael Prettyman Hunter College/CUNY