The Legacy of Malcolm X Part 1 with Ranjan Wali (Tinku) and Sunny Sharma
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by Sunny Sharma
1w ago
In this podcast, Sunny and Tinku discuss the impact and legacy of one of the greatest intellectuals of common sense, self determination, equality, dignity, and self respect in the 20th century Malcolm X. Malcolm X through the power of persuasion and oratory built the nation of Islam and was at the pinnacle of forming an international coalition of African and Middle Eastern nations to transform the issue of civil rights into human rights by bringing the issue of segregation/second class citizenship to the United Nations.  Being a self made man, Malcolm was an icon representing the tidal ..read more
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Civil Disobedience in India with Ranjan Wali (Tinku) and Sunny Sharma
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by Sunny Sharma
2w ago
Countries such as India and America have a long tradition of Civil Disobedience. This is the primary tool to enact public policy reform and social change in society when complemented by legislative action, judicial reform, and executive decision making. From Henry David Thoreau to Eugene Debs to those group of exceptional leaders led by Mahatma Gandhi and Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King,  Civil Disobedience is the medium by which society speaks its conscience to the rest of the world so the rock solid heart of the planet can beat once again ..read more
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Accountability, Transparency, and Trust For All People in India with Ranjan Wali (Tinku) and Sunny Sharma
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by Sunny Sharma
2w ago
I continue my discussion with my cousin Tinku on the need for Awareness of Rights,  Accountability, Transparency, and Basic necessities for the common man in India. We also discuss the problem of rampant inequality in India and continue our discussion on the need for a new generation of social reformers in our society like Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar and Vinobe Bhave.  Moreover we discuss the need for trust among Indians of different class, caste, religions, language, and gender in order for the economic welfare state to function so the underclass is empowered during times of crises and ..read more
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Who is Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta?
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by Sunny Sharma
2w ago
Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta  Lived:  August 27, 1910—September 5, 1997 (aged 87)   Career: Catholic nun, humanitarian Mother Teresa was one of the great servants of humanity. “It was a call within my vocation. It was a second calling. It was a vocation to give up even Loreto where I was very happy and to go out into the streets to serve the poorest of the poor. It was in that train, I heard the call to give up all and to follow Him into the slums—to serve Him in the poorest of the poor…I knew it was His will and that I had to follow Him. There was no doubt that it was going ..read more
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The Legacy of the 2nd President of the United States John Adams
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by Sunny Sharma
2w ago
 John Adams was the most consequential leader and figure when it came to the success and objectives of the American Revolution. Adams spent much of the years 1780-1789 abroad. He helped to conclude the post-war peace treaty with Great Britain, was a Diplomat to Holland and France, and served as the first United States Ambassador to Great Britain. The Constitution of 1780, drafted by John Adams, is the oldest written constitution in the world still in effect. This Constitution, primarily drafted by John Adams, contains a written Declaration (Bill) of Rights and a Frame of Government model ..read more
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The Legacy of Dr. Ambedkar in India with Abhishek Kasid (Vinni), Sunita Dhar Sharma (my mom) and Sunny Sharma
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by Sunny Sharma
2w ago
In this 38 minutes podcast we talk about the importance of Dr. B.R Ambedkar and how he foresaw many of the problems of inequality, propaganda harming freedom of the press, class divide through caste, and untouchability in India. My cousin Vinni provides sharp insight on these problems in Indian society while my mom interrogates the place of Ambedkar and hope for the future of young people in India ..read more
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Factions, India, and Human Rights with Ranjan Wali (Tinku) and Sunny Sharma
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by Sunny Sharma
2w ago
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Secularism and Human Rights in India Part 1 with Abhishek Kasid (Vinni), Ranjan Wali (Tinku) and Sunny Sharma
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by Sunny Sharma
2w ago
In this podcast Sunny Sharma and his elder cousins Tinku and Vinni discuss the place of Secularism in Indian society and why its under threat. We briefly discuss some of the luminaries that upheld secularism and human rights in India including emperor Ashoka, king Akbar, and the secular ethos of the India founding fathers ..read more
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Secularism and Human Rights in India Part 2 with Abhishek Kasid (Vinni), Ranjan Wali (Tinku), and Sunny Sharma
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by Sunny Sharma
2w ago
This podcast is an extension of the previous episode with my elder cousins Tinku and Vinni still pertaining to Indian issues of Secularism, Human Rights, and Democracy ..read more
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The Real Legacy of Malcolm X
India Insight
by Sunny Sharma
3w ago
Season 4 Episode 5 In this 16 minute podcast I highlight the legacy of Malcolm X by describing some of his most important ideas, his background, one of his most famous speeches "the Ballot or the Bullet" (1964), and articulating 10 of his most important quotes.  Malcolm X was one of the greatest intellectuals of the 20th century, but was indeed a contradiction. Through his efforts to form a local and international coalition he was a paragon for brotherhood of the underclass, but also a advocate for segregation of the black community from the white community in America. He indeed evolved ..read more
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