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The Cut

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The Cut

Vox Media Podcast Network

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The Cut is a weekly audio magazine exploring culture, style, sex, politics and more. Each week, an ensemble of voices, led by B.A. Parker and Jazmín Aguilera, engage in the conversations that matter most in our current moment. Intimate, provocative, and probing, the Cut aims to ask questions before listeners even know they have them, always with a generous wit and an expansive idea of what is possible. From New York Magazine and The Vox Media Podcast Network. New episodes every Wednesday.
 
100% real talk with your two new Korean adoptee besties! Hana and Ryan, Korean adoptees from Melbourne, Australia, talk about anything and everything adoption related, including race, gender, birth family search and reunion, and more. Original podcast music by Domus.
 
A podcast devoted to the many voices in foster care and adoption. The hosts, Chris and Jihae, are former foster, and adoptive parents, with 7 kids. This podcast highlights personal stories, as well as many experiences from those in the foster/adopt community. Be entertained, inspired, and possibly get involved in the community yourself.
 
This podcast is designed to empower you. Adoption is a fraction of who you are, we illuminate all the the other aspects that make you brilliant. Through constructive healing-based conversations, we engage with adoptees and specialists from all over the world. We'll also include adoptees interviewing their own adoptive parents. These whole-hearted conversations will give you the tools to heal, overcome and flourish. Posts every Saturday. @youngadoptee
 
OutBüro Voices - In each episode host Dennis Velco has engaging and casual conversations with LGBTQ professionals, entrepreneurs, and community leaders from around the globe Let's chat, share, learn, grow, and be inspired. together. We’ll explore their career path, inspiration, strategy, startup journey, successes balanced with insights from lessons learned. We’ll also talk with leaders in Diversity and Inclusion and community allies across many sectors with a keen LGBTQ perspective. Join us ...
 
Angela Tucker is one of America’s most recognizable voices in transracial adoption (she's black, her parents are white), and the subject of the documentary "Closure." She goes beyond her experience, inviting adoptees from all backgrounds in an effort to uplift these rarely heard perspectives and shift societal perceptions about adoption.
 
This is a podcast by Kenyans residing in Kenya and around the world. We talk about cultural issues, society, and current affairs. We also interview guests about their stories, life experiences, lessons they've learned, and how to make a difference.
 
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Voices of Value

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Voices of Value

Rik Rushton & Peter Kakos

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Valuable insights designed to help you get more out of your professional and personal life through simple, easy to adopt life lessons. If you’re keen to enjoy a better quality of life at work and at home, sit back and join the conversation with your hosts, Peter Kakos and Rik Rushton.
 
Are you ready to be inspired? Do you need to be reminded of God's goodness and hear stories of His faithfulness? If so, you have found a great place to camp. In every story, you will hear words of hope that will encourage you to stay in the game, finish the race, and trust the God who has promised hope for your future.
 
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Are You Kidding Me?

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Are You Kidding Me?

American Enterprise Institute

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Sometimes the very strategies meant to help children have the opposite effect. Join AEI’s Naomi Schaefer Riley and Ian Rowe as they look behind the headlines at the public policies and cultural agendas driving child welfare and education. Rowe and Riley bring to light practices that will make you ask, “Are you kidding me?”
 
A podcast featuring interviews with leaders, influencers, and entrepreneurs telling their story and life lessons they’ve learned along the way. The stories shared on the My Story Podcast are meant to inspire you to live a life full of gratitude, meaning, and adventure. We may not be able to impact the entire world, but we can make a difference in the lives of the people around us, and we should inspire them to do the same.
 
Safe Space Radio is the show about subjects we’d struggle with less if we could talk about them more. We combine storytelling with empathy and expertise to foster courage in navigating challenging conversations and combating shame and stigma. Our new miniseries is Can We Talk?
 
Adopt Perspective is a podcast for anyone affected by adoption. We discuss the adoption experience from the perspectives of mothers, fathers, adopted people and their loved ones, so that we may learn and grow from the perspectives of others. Sharing personal stories and explore adoption topics including adoption loss, psychological impacts of adoption, forced adoption, inter-country adoption, searching, reunion, healing and many others. We interview adults affected by adoption as well as pra ...
 
The Being An Engineer podcast is a central repository in which we collect and share industry knowledge & best practices associated with the discipline of engineering. We hope that engineers throughout the world will benefit from this content as they connect with the companies, technologies, people, resources, and opportunities that are relevant to their engineering or engineering-adjacent roles. Contact us at info@teampipeline.us. Intro and Outro music by John Martell
 
Patrick Morley has been teaching a Bible Study for men every Friday in Orlando since 1986. Each week we try to see a larger glimpse of the God who is, invite men to jettison a little piece of the God (or gods) they have wanted, then show men how to transition to their everyday world. You know--it's 9:00 AM, the phones are ringing and the customers are complaining. How do you make that transition as a follower of Christ? Interested in applying the Bible to your everyday life? Check us out and ...
 
We explore the essential aspects of communications, marketing, and writing. Podcast interviews with thought-leaders look at important influences that shape a PR pro’s or marketer’s work and creativity for the better. Show host Sheelagh Caygill uses her experience as a journalist to ask guests probing questions, often revealing little-known tips and insights. Episodes always offer listeners solutions to common problems and actionable tips. Sometimes the topics we explore will have a less dire ...
 
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Design Guy

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Design Guy

DesignGuyShow.BlogSpot.com

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The show that explores timeless principles of design and explains them simply. We discuss graphic design in particular, and design in general, to equip you with lessons in process, practice, and inspiration. Get a new concept under your belt in mere minutes and unleash your creativity!
 
Want to know the secret of a good life? Easy. You need Love, Purpose and Connection. But how to discover, nurture and develop these elements? That’s the tricky bit. In this podcast, holistic therapist and healer Estelle Bingham speaks to inspiring people about their relationship to these three fundamental ideas. Drawing on their experiences, she provides a roadmap to help listeners discover and develop their own path to a good life.
 
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Many of you know James Hobson from his wildly popular YouTube channel Hacksmith Industries. James has a degree in mechanical systems engineering and runs Hacksmith Industries, a company he founded that takes fictional ideas from comics, movies and video games and makes real working prototypes as a way to inspire youth around the world into STEAM fi…
 
None of us want to walk around angry, mean, sad, anxious, impatient, unfaithful, snarky, or out of control. But that’s exactly what happens when we’re not in step with the Holy Spirit. Unless and until we fully understand how to stay in step with the Spirit, we will always be overly vulnerable to the voices of the world, the flesh, and the devil. J…
 
Today's guest is an author and adoptee who was born in Sydney's Crown Street Women's Hospital in 1965 where she remained for a month because of a mild talipes diagnosis. When released from the hospital she was placed in a foster care arrangement with her future adoptive parents for a period of twelve months, until the adoption was finalised. Karen …
 
GP is joined by Ella Bell Smith and Stella Nkomo, coauthors of Our Separate Ways: Black and White Women and the Struggle for Professional Identity. Based on groundbreaking research, the book uncovers how race and gender shape our workplaces, careers, and relationships with our colleagues. Today, GP, Smith, and Nkomo discuss their recently updated b…
 
My guest today grew up never knowing any other perspective, except the one he was told to have. His family did not attend events outside of church. He spent preschool through 12th grade at the same private school and church. His friendships were strictly controlled. Girlfriends or "crushes" were prohibited. Every potential influence was censored. H…
 
Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman, and Nick Gillespie evaluate the border crisis and current state of immigration on this Monday's Reason Roundtable. Discussed in the show: 00:02: Immigration crisis at the border: What is happening and what are we doing about it? 39:27: Weekly Listener Question: Where do you get your news? 00:45: Cal…
 
This episode features an interview with Kate Somerville, the founder of Kate Somerville Skin Health Experts, and Maggie Lin, co-founder of Foster Nation. These two powerful women have overcome hard beginnings and started their own companies, all in the name of being able to help others. Especially foster youth. We hope you are inspired by this inte…
 
Ted Newill is a business owner twice over, the first being Medical Device Success where he helps small to medium size medtech companies with strategic planning, marketing and sales expertise, and the second being a company called SRD Vision where his team manufactures a testing platform that helps researchers and eye care professionals conduct visu…
 
Are you worried about what will happen in the days and weeks ahead. Are you struggling to make decisions about masks, vaccinations, school or your job? Does the world just seem a little overwhelming right now with wars, pandemics, and politics. The gospel shows a way of peace and calm in turbulent times. Join Brett Clemmer as he talks about finding…
 
Description: Oregon Governor Kate Brown recently signed a law eliminating the requirement that high school graduates be able to demonstrate an ability to read, do math, and write at a high school level. Proponents of the law claim it would promote “equitable graduation standards” that will benefit Oregon’s students of color. In this episode, Naomi …
 
It feels like people are getting more comfortable expressing their horniness on main... especially when it comes to the shows they're streaming. The Cut’s B.A. Parker talks about how shows like Bridgerton, Normal People and Sex/Life are capturing viewers’ attention with their intimacy. But what does it mean for how we express our desires out loud? …
 
James Gordon is a psychiatrist, the founder and director of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine, and author ofThe Transformation. He has a simple meditation technique called soft-belly breathing that we frequently return to for releasing stress and grounding in the present moment. In this special workshop, Gordon explains how and why his technique wo…
 
On today's episode of The Reason Roundtable, Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman, and Nick Gillespie commiserate over President Joe Biden's "path out of the pandemic" plan and the latest tax hike proposals. Discussed in the show: 1:48: Biden's "path out of the pandemic." 26:33: Congress is back in session. Let's talk about these (ridic…
 
Au cours de la dernière année, plusieurs discussions se sont fait sur la brutalité policière mais sans résultat concluant. Valérie Plante a décidé de répondre à tout cela, en augmentant considérablement le montant budgétaire alloué aux forces policières (plus de 30M$ jusqu’à maintenant). Pourtant, plusieurs solutions ont été suggérées pour attaquer…
 
Joel and I met in college where we were roommates and both earned a degree in mechanical engineering, he then went on to earn a master’s degree in materials science from MIT, followed by an MBA from Harvard Business School. He has worked in many industries including semiconductor, automotive, industrial chemicals, medical devices and currently serv…
 
One of the most famous speeches ever given is found at the end of Matthew. “Go and make disciples…” it begins, and Christians and churches have been trying to follow this “Great Commission” ever since. But perhaps we’ve gotten a little bit off track. As core as “making disciples” is to the teachings of Jesus, this idea of making disciples who make …
 
A few years back Stephanie Foo found herself burned out and anxious at the state of the world. So she decided to return to the one thing that always gave her peace: nature. But finding nature in New York City is... actually, not as hard as you think. In conversation with The Cut's Jazmin Aguilera, Stephanie describes how becoming a park steward hel…
 
In the second episode of our interview with Dr Gary Clapton, Jo asks him about his adoption research, with a particular focus on fathers who lost children to adoption. Gary is a father who lost a daughter to adoption in 1970. He is also a social worker who conducts research into adoption at The University of Edinburgh and is a committee member of t…
 
On this week's edition of the Reason Roundtable, Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman, and Nick Gillespie reflect on where they were on 9/11, the subsequent policy shifts we still see today, and the new Texas abortion law. Discussed in the show: 1:08: How 9/11 influenced our lives. 29:50: Weekly Listener Question: Reason frequently make…
 
Erica Chidi is joined by sex expert and psychotherapist Esther Perel. They talk about Perel’s new game, Where Should We Begin, which is a deck of cards she designed to help people start meaningful conversations with each other. Perel shares why playfulness is important to cultivate as adults and how our stories can recharge and connect us. Learn mo…
 
Episode 122 features an interview with Ryan Moore, director of Community Partnerships at Ohana. Ohana is an organization here in Arizona that creates safe, faith-based and loving family environments for foster youth and adults with special needs. They strive to create dignified environments through love and family. Chapters: 0:00 - Welcome to our g…
 
Stephanie’s mission is to help develop women leaders in the STEM field. She feels so strongly about this that she has founded Engineer’s Rising, an organization dedicated to helping women in engineering and technology create fulfilling careers on their terms. Don’t think this episode is just for female, though. Along the way Stephanie teaches us ho…
 
Every follower of Jesus became a believer through the work of the Holy Spirit. Our bodies are His temple. He is charged to take care of us. Yet many of us don’t walk in the power of the Spirit because of misconceptions. In some cases, what you learned created doubts and suspicion—and made you pull back. But you know, or suspect, that you’re missing…
 
Description: Prior to 1972, putting up a child for adoption did not require the consent of an unmarried father. Despite a Supreme Court case changing the law, many birth fathers are still unaware that they must register on a putative father registry in order to have input in their child’s future. In this episode, Naomi and Ian are joined by Ericka …
 
“If I saw the vulnerability of other people, it almost canceled out the ways that they could be harmful to me,” says Melissa Febos, author of Girlhood. Today, she joins cohost Erica Chidi to talk about the journey through adolescence into adulthood and its lasting impact on who we are and how we see the world. Febos shares how she learned to move p…
 
On the latest Reason Roundtable, Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman, and Nick Gillespie talk about how to live with the coronavirus given what we've learned over the last two years. Discussed in the show: 1:48: How can we learn to live with COVID-19? 20:34: Upcoming school policies under coronavirus. 33:07: Weekly Listener Question: A…
 
In this episode of OutBüro Voices featuring LGBTQ professionals, entrepreneurs, and community leaders from around the world, host Dennis Velco chats with out gay author Michael Dumlao regarding his new book "The Wisdom of Guncles" (gay uncles). Michael Dumlao (he/his) is an artist, author, and activist equipped with more than twenty-one years of ad…
 
When we feel like we’ve been wronged we all tend to lash out, withdraw, or both. And then we hurt the ones we care about the most. If unresolved, our psychological and spiritual wounds deepen. Emotional calluses and grudges develop. We become bitter, suspicious, distrusting, and it slowly begins to infect other relationships too—especially with God…
 
In this episode of OutBüro Voices featuring LGBTQ professionals, entrepreneurs, and community leaders from around the world, host Dennis Velco chats with Jaco Kleynhans is a South African based technology business owner, NijaCo, and founder of the NGO A Community of Humans that provides technology support and training to other LGBTQ NGOs throughout…
 
Education is radically getting transformed with online mode. It has become imperative to change methodologies of assessment as well. Until now we have been hearing or even appearing for only one kind of online assessments which are the written ones. We are quite used to those online tests where we need to choose one option from the four available o…
 
Dr Gary Clapton is a father who lost a daughter to adoption in 1970. He is also a Social Worker who conducts research into adoption at The University of Edinburgh and is a committee member of the Father’s Network Scotland and an advisor to ‘Birthlink’. In this episode Gary will be sharing his personal story with Jo Sparrow and in part two he'll be …
 
Eli Schwartz is an SEO expert and the author of the new book, Product-Led SEO. Eli has more than a decade of experience driving successful SEO and growth programs for leading B2B and B2C companies. He helps clients like WordPress, Shutterstock, BlueNile, Quora, Getaround, Mixpanel, and Zendesk build and execute Global SEO strategies that dramatical…
 
GP is joined by entrepreneur and cryptocurrency expert Sophie Wiberg Holm (who has been tutoring GP for a bit). Holm is a co-founder at Address Capital, a digital assets investment firm, and the host of I Also Want Money, a podcast that explores women’s relationship to money and ways to democratize wealth. Today, they discuss the rapidly changing l…
 
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