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In Season 2 of Stream of Conscience, we dive deeper into religious liberty to explore its two major components, the Establishment Clause and the Free Exercise Clause. What did the framers of the Constitution mean when they forbade the “establishment” of religion? Who gets to decide what “free exercise” of religion includes? What’s the difference between the two clauses, and how do we argue cases arising under them? Season 2 also introduces cases that are not strictly religious liberty cases. ...
 
Consumer and talent demands are evolving, and businesses are being held to a broader purpose. As a social enterprise advising firm, SEAchange, LTD strives to celebrate the businesses and leaders that are prioritizing purpose to achieve both financial returns and greater impact. The Stream of Conscience Podcast is a platform of SEAchange that highlights the pioneers of purpose in the Midwest; elevates the discourse surrounding social enterprise and purpose-driven business practice; and genera ...
 
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In 2018, heroic foster care mothers had to give up their life’s work when the City of Philadelphia forced a 200-year-old Catholic foster care agency to close because of its religious beliefs. This is the story of how Sharonell Fulton, Toni Simms-Busch, and their foster care agency fought for their right to serve vulnerable children and won—unanimou…
 
As Season 2 of The Stream of Conscience concludes, we’d like to thank all of our featured guests for making this season possible. Tune in for final words from co-hosts Kyle Cartwright and Graham Pansing Brooks as they reminisce on the past season and prepare for a new season coming in August! We’re still on the lookout for Season 3’s featured guest…
 
Happy Arbor Day! The Stream of Conscience Podcast is thrilled to welcome Jeremy Manion back to the show for a deep dive into the environmental terminology mentioned in Arbor Day Carbon’s previous episode, “Preserving Plants with Profits”. Many terms surrounding environmental sustainability are used interchangeably – and sometimes inaccurately – thr…
 
In this special Do More Good takeover episode, Graham Pansing Brooks and Andrew Tuzson of The ROI of Why Podcast, speak with J.D. Messinger about his journey and impact in the business world and beyond. Do More Good is a nonprofit organization that is working to amplify businesses and leaders doing more good and holds a yearly event called the Do M…
 
Our episode today features Ben Pankonin, Co-Founder of Social Assurance located in Lincoln, NE. Founded in 2011, Social Assurance provides the financial services industry with a suite of software solutions, services, and storytelling tools that help build Remarkable financial brands, cultures, and communities. With a mission to Empower, Ignite, and…
 
Sapahn manufactures fantastic luxury bags and accessories but never at the expense of its people. Co-hosts of The Stream of Conscience Podcast, Kyle Cartwright and Graham Pansing-Brooks, meet with Sapahn’s founder, Brooke Mullen to discuss Sapahn’s strive to honor and enhance basic human rights throughout their value chain. An adopter of the regene…
 
This week on The Stream of Conscience Podcast, co-hosts Kyle Cartwright and Graham Pansing-Brooks meet with Jeremy Manion, Director of Forestry Carbon Markets at Arbor Day Carbon, LLC. Arbor Day Carbon is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Arbor Day Foundation, created to accelerate the revitalization of forest ecosystems through nature-based solutio…
 
This week’s episode of The Stream of Conscience Podcast features Greg Ptacek, owner and brew master of Johnnie Byrd Brewing Company. Greg started Johnnie Byrd Brewing Company in Wayne, Nebraska after falling in love with the city during college. Johnnie Byrd is Nebraska’s only brewery to operate as a benefit corporation and became the fifth overall…
 
SEAchange co-founders, Graham Pansing-Brooks and Kyle Cartwright, talk with CEO of TMCO, Diane Temme. TMCO, or Total Manufacturing Company, is a one-stop-shop for manufacturing services, specializing in anything from fabrication to paint to assembly. But not only that, they are also a hub of wellness, empowerment, and community action. Diane emphas…
 
Today’s episode features Brett Hoogeveen of MindSet. Brett, along with his brother and father, who founded Mindset twenty years ago in Omaha, provide companies with trusted techniques to help them thrive through elevating company culture and leadership practices. Two years ago, MindSet went digital through a new platform called BetterCulture. Liste…
 
Join SEAchange’s co-founders Graham Pansing-Brooks and Kyle Cartwright on Season 2’s mid-point episode. By taking a step back, the co-hosts reminisce on the previous inspirational interviews The Stream of Conscience Podcast has been able to capture and share with its listeners. With March being B Corp Month, Graham and Kyle discuss the future of pu…
 
SEAchange co-founders Graham and Kyle visit with Pixel Bakery’s Director and Founder, Jordan Lambrecht, to discuss the fully-baked company values the company tastefully leverages to impact the lives of employees and community members alike. Tune in for an enticing conversation about the importance of ingraining work-life balance, transparency, and …
 
In this episode, co-hosts of The Stream of Conscience Podcast, and co-founders of SEAchange, meet with CEO, Justin Nabity, and COO, Reid Lancaster, of Physicians Thrive. Physicians Thrive works with physicians to help them confidently prepare for the future from residency to retirement. Physicians Thrive has been a B Corp since 2018 and is the only…
 
As said by Brandon Day, a co-owner of this week’s guest company, Daycos, "What we do is not extraordinary but how we go about doing it is”. On the outside, Daycos is a revenue solutions company that supports transportation service providers, but after speaking with co-owners, Brandon and Tammy Day, we found out there’s a lot more to Daycos than mee…
 
On today’s episode of The Stream of Conscience Podcast, SEAchange meets with business leader, Jay Wilkinson to discuss Firespring’s monumental impact within the purpose-driven business world. Firespring became Nebraska’s first certified B-corp in 2014 and has been leaving a positive impact ever since. Wilkinson provides insight into Firespring’s in…
 
Season 2 of The Stream of Conscience Podcast is underway. Tune in to this season's introduction episode to hear your co-hosts, Graham Pansing Brooks and Kyle Cartwright, highlight SEAchange’s newest accomplishments as well as tease topics and guests included in the upcoming season. As said by Kyle, keep doing good things!…
 
After the City of Ventura, California, asked churches to partner with it to help solve its crisis of homelessness, a small church took the request to heart and made solving the crisis its mission. But no good deed goes unpunished. Years into expanding their homeless ministry, the Harbor Missionary Church suddenly found itself in court opposite the …
 
The government took your land, now what? In this episode, we dive into a case about eminent domain, the Takings Clause, property rights, and court access. Where does religious liberty play a part? It turns out that the property rights of religious groups are especially vulnerable.저자 Becket: Religious Liberty for All
 
Join SEAchange on this bonus episode where your hosts and co-founders sit down with previous interviewee, KidGlov, to discuss their most recent accomplishment: becoming a certified B-corp! Experience the B-corp certification through the perspective of President and Chief Strategist, Lyn Wineman, and COO, Katherine Warren, as they speak of their B-c…
 
When Asian American rock musician Simon Tam started his band, he never guessed it would bring him to the steps of the Supreme Court. But when the federal trademarking office rejected his band’s name, The Slants, saying it was offensive to Asian Americans, it set Simon on a long and frustrating path through the courts. Though it was a free speech ca…
 
Mark Janus was a public sector employee who became the unlikely namesake of an iconic Supreme Court case, where the Court ruled that private unions cannot force dues on non-members. But what do unions have to do with religious liberty? It hinges on something we call “coercion laundering.”저자 Becket: Religious Liberty for All
 
After the City of Boca Raton gave a Chabad a shot at building a new center, a small but hostile group sprang up in opposition. What followed was a classic case of Establishment Clause misunderstanding, something that frequently troubles the courts. Rabbi Ruvi New tells about the East Boca Chabad’s journey to building a better home and the prejudice…
 
What happens when the government catches wind of a little-known religion with an unusual ritual, like animal sacrifice? Guest Ernesto Pichardo, a priest of the Lukumi Church, tells us about his Santeria faith and its rituals, including animal sacrifice. Becket’s Eric Rassbach explains why it’s just as important to defend minority faiths as it is to…
 
When Simmer Singh decided to join the U.S. Army, he fully believed he could serve his country and uphold his Sikh beliefs and traditions. But when West Point gave him a stark choice—shave his religious beard or get discharged—it started Simmer on a long path to fighting for religious freedom for himself and other Sikhs.…
 
For decades, a federal tax exemption has allowed tax-free housing for pastors who live in their church communities, until a lawsuit from an atheist organization challenged the housing allowance. Pastor Chris Butler gives us a look inside his southside Chicago church and explains why his community, and others like it, rely on this tax rule—and what …
 
We’ve all heard the phrase “separation of church and state,” but do we know where it came from? Guest Professor Philip Hamburger gets us into the history of the Establishment Clause, the flaws in the “separation” theory, and why a memorial cross on public property in Bladensburg, Maryland, deserves to stay.…
 
Host Katie Geary and Becket Executive Director Montse Alvarado launch Season 2 of Stream of Conscience with an episode on our favorite four-letter word: RFRA. In 1993, Congress passed RFRA, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, with overwhelming, bipartisan support, and President Bill Clinton signed it into being. So, why is RFRA controversial tod…
 
On this episode of the The Stream of Conscience Podcast, your hosts and co-founders of SEAchange spoke with Makenzie Rath, President of Talent Plus in Lincoln, NE. On its surface, Talent Plus is a premier leader in discovering and developing human potentiality. They are founded on the belief that everyone has talent. Talent Plus is a leader in cult…
 
Like many of our guests on The Stream of Conscience Podcast, Feya Candle's commitment to social impact and unique story have lent to the company's immense, recent success. Were it not for a deep and intentional commitment to doing good in unique and clever ways, the company may not have pulled through this challenging year. Tune in for Sarah Spitse…
 
In this episode of The Stream of Conscience Podcast by SEAchange, our guests lead us to question capitalism's infatuation with "growth." Their definitions of this broad term stem from their commitment to a strategic set of values and stakeholders. Learn from their success and how your business can interrogate its own goals and values. Econic Co-Fou…
 
On this fourth episode of The Stream of Conscience Podcast by SEAchange, our guest put it best: "Don't be vanilla. Be pistachio!" Listen for this and other great advice from someone who has proven that your mission can be a driving factor in business success. Lyn Wineman, President and Chief Strategist of KidGlov, gave us a look under the hood of h…
 
Union Bank & Trust (UBT) was recently recognized as a World's Best Bank by Forbes Magazine and as being among the nation's leaders in deploying livelihood-saving capital through the CARES Act. This family-owned community bank has been serving Lincoln and Nebraska for over 100 years with integrity and a steadfast commitment to its community, custome…
 
Community impact is baked into the DNA of Spreetail, an eCommerce company making a dent in the universe from their headquarters in Lincoln, NE. On the first official episode of The Stream of Conscience podcast, we sat down with Chad Kilpatrick, Director of Talent Community at Spreetail, to learn about the journey the leadership and company have tak…
 
The Stream of Conscience podcast aims to share the stories of leaders and businesses prioritizing more than just profits. These companies are changing the world and ushering in a new, more sustainable economy. Co-hosts Kyle Cartwright and Graham Pansing Brooks introduce the series and share the work they're doing with SEAchange, LTD to push this mo…
 
Sikhs have lived in the United States for hundreds of years, but do we really understand their beliefs? When a federal employee loses her job for practicing her faith, bad policy and ignorance are both at fault.This episode features Kawal Tagore, Scott Newar and Becket's Daniel Blomberg. Learn more about the case here: http://www.becketlaw.org/case…
 
When a federally funded fair housing group sues a Christian homeless shelter and rehabilitation center, the people who turn their lives around—thanks to the mission—are at risk.This episode features Rev. Bill Roscoe, Flora Langley and Becket's Luke Goodrich. Learn more about the case here: http://www.becketlaw.org/case/intermountain-fair-housing-co…
 
An order of Catholic nuns is stunned to discover that they don’t qualify for a religious exemption from a controversial healthcare mandate. When their pleas fall on deaf ears, they take on the federal government — all the way to the Supreme Court.This podcast features Sister Constance Veit and Becket President Mark Rienzi. Learn more about the case…
 
After a dedicated army chaplain is forced to choose between preaching Church teachings and following military orders, a young lawyer puts his brand new law firm to task.Features Father Vincent Rigdon, Eric Treene and Becket's Founder Kevin "Seamus" Hasson저자 Becket: Religious Liberty for All
 
Are they Amish American, American Amish, or something else entirely? When the U.S. legal system clashes with Amish communities, it takes getting to know this diverse group of people to find resolutions.Features Donald Kraybill, Karen Johnson-Weiner and Becket's Lori Windham Learn more about the case here: http://www.becketlaw.org/case/yoder-v-morri…
 
A 17-year-old goes to court to prove that the Pledge of Allegiance is about more than patriotism—it’s about the very foundation of our rights.Features Samantha Jones and Becket's Eric RassbachLearn more about the case here: http://www.becketlaw.org/case/pledge-allegiance-cases/저자 Becket: Religious Liberty for All
 
After an undercover federal agent confiscates his sacred feathers, a Lipan Apache pastor’s quest for justice leads him through ten years of litigation and red tape. This episode features Pastor Robert Soto and Becket's Luke Goodrich. Learn more at: http://www.becketlaw.org/case/mcallen-grace-brethren-church-v-jewell/…
 
When plans for an Islamic Center pass a Tennessee permit process with flying colors, hostile members of the community pressure the local government to backtrack. Only empathy—and an experienced legal team—can set things right.This episode features Dr. Ossama Bahloul and Becket's Luke Goodrich.Learn more at: https://www.becketlaw.org/case/islamic-ce…
 
Can corporations be run according to principles of faith? When the Department of Health and Human Services says “no,” the Green family puts their livelihood on the line to take a stand for people of all faiths. This episode features Lauren Green McAfee and Becket's Lori Windham. Learn more at: http://www.becketlaw.org/case/burwell-v-hobby-lobby/…
 
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