Sara Lipton, author of Dark Mirror: The Medieval Origins of Anti-Jewish Iconography, talks about the ways that Christian depictions of Jewish people in art created negative perceptions and antisemtic stereotypes in society.
Two Muslim comedians use stand-up as a means of changing people's views of Muslims.
Leigh Schmidt of Washington University in St. Louis talks about how atheists and non-believers are a minority in the United States.
This segment tells the story of a Muslim woman who moves her family to the United States prior to 9/11, but after 9/11 happens, the woman's family begins to experience prejudice.
Mona Haydar is a Syrian-American rapper, chaplain, and poet known for her breakout protest song "Hijab". In this episode of #GoodAncestor, Mona and host, Layla Saad, speak together about the role music has in spirituality.