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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Transgender Professor at an Orthodox Jewish University, The Assyrian Christian Army in Iraq

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Transgender Professor at an Orthodox Jewish University, The Assyrian Christian Army in Iraq

Joy Ladin (born Jay Ladin) is the first openly transgender professor at Stern College for Women of Yeshiva University.

Ladin received her Ph.D. from Princeton University in 2000, her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 1995 and her B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, New York in 1982.

Link: http://www.yu.edu/faculty/pages/Ladin-Joy

2nd hour guests:

Film maker and ​award winning journalist, Matt Van Dyke has won high accolades for his movie Point & Shoot winning Best Documentary ​at the Tribeca Film Festival and produced Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution, ​winning over 100 awards. He traveled ​through ​North Africa and the Mid east by motorcycle​ from 2007-2011 and prior to that studied and graduated ​from the Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service​.​ In 2014 he formed the security firm Sons of Liberty International which has been providing free military training to Christians fighting ISIS in Iraq.​

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US Army ​Lieutenant Colonel (ret.) Sargis Sangari is CEO of The Near East Center for Strategic Engagement LLC​, had six years of continuous combat deployment in the Mid East​-conducted 144 combat patrols, 22 Special Forces missions​ and surviv​ed 7 IED attacks. ​While in Al Anbar Lt. Col. Sangari wrote 3 major Policy papers for the special operations forces & marines on Federalism, governance & an Executive summary on civil-military operations used as guideline to conduct similar engagements in Iraq. ​

Link: ​http://www.unitedassyrianappeal.org/

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