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Dive past the headlines in Israel-Palestine to explore the issues and stories other outlets tend to ignore with +972 Magazine writers and local activists, politicians, and experts. +972 Magazine is owned and operated by a group of Israeli and Palestinian journalists, providing fresh, in-depth reporting and analysis directly from the ground in Israel-Palestine. The magazine is committed to human rights, democracy, and freedom of information, and actively opposes the Israeli occupation.
 
HOPE not hate seeks to challenge and defeat the politics of hate and extremism within local communities, building resilience against the politics of hate and fear, at a national and grassroots level and this podcast explores the myriad of ways it does so. Email our Producer at jake@hopenothate.org.uk for tips, feedback, and opportunities.
 
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The podcast version of a documentary & interview series on war and inequality from the heart of Empire hosted by Abby Martin. Empire Files is donor-funded, independent and add free. Help keep us going by becoming a patron at www.patreon.com/empirefiles. Follow: @EmpireFiles and @AbbyMartin Like: www.facebook.com/TheEmpireFiles
 
America feels divided. From the most salient questions about our national identity and place in the world, to fundamental concerns about technology, religion, the economy, and public policy, Intelligence Squared U.S. is here to help. A respite from polarized discussions, we bring together the smartest minds to debate and dissect issues in depth, restoring civility and bringing intelligence to the public square in the process.
 
Jewish Questions is the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies' podcast on issues that matter now in Jewish life, politics, history and culture — from a scholarly perspective. This season, hosts Laurie Marhoefer and Noam Pianko look at anti-Semitism: what it is, its long history, and how we can push back against it today. The Stroum Center for Jewish Studies is a part of the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington.
 
At a time when our nation is portrayed as increasingly polarized, media often ignore viewpoints and stories that are worthy of attention. American Thought Leaders, hosted by The Epoch Times Senior Editor Jan Jekielek, features in-depth discussions with some of America’s most influential thought leaders on pertinent issues facing our nation today.
 
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Social justice meets theatre in this podcast from Playbill’s former Executive Editor Ruthie Fierberg. Artists and experts unite for curated panels, using plays and musicals (Broadway, Off-Broadway, and works in development) as a jumping-off point to confront societal issues such as racism, colorism, voting rights, fake news, digital technology addiction, the school-to-prison pipeline, anti-Semitism, raising LGBTQIA+ kids, and more. We help listeners grapple with hard questions inside a play ...
 
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IWS RADIO is a podcast series on the migrant woman experience brought to you by IWS, the International Women* Space. We are a feminist, anti-racist group of migrant women, refugee women and women without this experience. We are based in Berlin, Germany. We work to document the lives and stories of refugee and migrant women living in Germany. We create platforms for women to speak out and get their voices heard. We want to inspire other women to self-organize, formulate their needs and demand ...
 
The Lucas Miles Show hosts an eclectic list of top national guests, like Hollywood’s, Candace Cameron Bure, Mario Lopez, and Kathie Lee Gifford, to Christian pastors like Chad Veach and Will Graham, to news and culture figures such as Rabbi Leder, Sean Hannity, and more! The show features deep diving long form interviews to help Lucas and his audience get to know his guests in new and exciting ways. Lucas brings his background as filmmaker, pastor, author, entrepreneur, and lay theologian, t ...
 
'Top Story' is a weekly podcast featuring analysis of the most important Jewish news story of the week by JNS editor-in-chief Jonathan Tobin. Tobin separates myths from facts as he deconstructs mainstream media's distortions of the truth on critical issues including Israel. He also addresses critical aspects of politics, foreign policy and culture, giving listeners key insights toward understanding what’s really going on. Hear from the man who has been getting it right for decades while the ...
 
The Joe Public radio show offers intelligent, enlightening discussions on the issues concerning both the individual and society. Your host, the Everyperson, Joe Public, possesses a unique understanding of both the scholar and the everyperson, the "well-educated" and the "life educated." Instead of his intellectual approach polarizing his listeners, Joe Public is able to make lucid very complex ideology concerning the important issues facing us today. Joe Public is both relevant without pande ...
 
The Majlis is a podcast by Muslim Societies Global Perspectives (MSGP) at Queen's University. Majlis is the Arabic word for an assembly, a gathering of people sitting together and it was used for the sessions of learned scholars, philosophers, brought together to discuss and debate. Our podcast intends to accomplish the same purpose of bringing together experts and scholars for discussion and conversation about the politics, histories, cultures of the Middle East, Islamic World and Muslim di ...
 
The Tikvah Fund is a philanthropic foundation and ideas institution committed to supporting the intellectual, religious, and political leaders of the Jewish people and the Jewish State. Tikvah runs and invests in a wide range of initiatives in Israel, the United States, and around the world, including educational programs, publications, and fellowships. Our animating mission and guiding spirit is to advance Jewish excellence and Jewish flourishing in the modern age. Tikvah is politically Zio ...
 
The Ev Singleton Show is the most legit Celtics podcast in the game. The show is hosted by Ev Singleton, who discusses the Boston Celtics with a no-B.S. approach. Full transparency. So tune in to the show to stay up to date with the Boston Celtics, but also to remain fully entertained as Ev breaks down and reacts to anything under the sun that is related to the Celtics. Call in and leave a voicemail for the show at (617) 302-6363. Follow the show on Twitter @EvUNLEASHED
 
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With the new class structure resembling that of the Medieval times, opportunity is quickly disappearing for small business people, property owners, skilled workers and private sector professionals. Join world-renown author Joel Kotkin and tech-entrepreneur Marshall Toplansky as they explore what we can do to liberate the global middle class. They sit down with business, government, and citizen leaders to uncover the trends and give you the insights and tools to forge a better future. Joel Ko ...
 
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What does it mean to be a spiritual leader at this critical and chaotic moment in human history? Rabbi Charlie Buckholtz conducts intimate long-form interviews with other rabbis and culture-carriers, change-agents and court-jesters. On topics ranging from spiritual resistance to disorganized religion to Israel/Palestine to creativity to the possibility of individual and collective change, their lively journeys and conversations offer insight, humor, rare perspective and at times rank absurdi ...
 
Jew Too? Tales of the Mixed Multitude is a podcast created and produced by Rabbi Emily Cohen, Lab/Shul’s Rabbinic Resident, in partnership for its second season with B’nai Jeshurun’s Jewish Home Project. Jew Too highlights the stories, struggles, and visions of the many faces of our community-- including Jews of color, queer Jews, and those of us with interfaith and hybrid identities.
 
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Hershel Greenblat, a Cobb County resident and Holocaust survivor, attended the Cobb County School Board’s monthly meeting this week. Greenblat also went to the September board meeting, where several members of Cobb’s Jewish community spoke about recent incidents of anti-Semitic symbols and language found on walls at two high schools. “As a survivor…
 
Journalist and social media influencer Bethany Mandel joins JNS editor-in-chief Jonathan Tobin to discuss the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on children, anti-Semitism and the way woke ideology is undermining respect for women. The two discuss the way those pushing restrictive pandemic policies have disregarded their impact on children, vaccine…
 
Scott Shay, Author of Conspiracy U: A Case Study, a book that looks at the recent permeation of conspiracy theories on colleges campuses, most targeted towards ‘Zionist, Jews, and others’ which ‘are masqueraded as scholarship in academia’ ultimately leading to the ‘degradation of academic standards’. Shay says, Universities have ‘sacrificed academi…
 
The Anti-Semitic Rabbi who became a Priest and then back to the Rabbinate is the subject of this special Talkline with Zev Brenner. Gabriel Kanter-Webber, a Rabbinical Student in London researching Rabbis who were defrocked. discusses the unusual story of Rabbi Judah Elfein who appeared before a Rabbinical Court in NYC in 1923 to face charges of le…
 
If the United States decides to remove all remaining troops from Iraq and Syria, it would spell the end of the Yazidis and the Syrian Christians, says Rabbi Abraham Cooper. “They would essentially disappear.” In this episode, we sit down with Rabbi Cooper, the associate dean and director of Global Social Action at the Simon Wiesenthal Center, to di…
 
In Episode 90 of the CounterVortex podcast, Bill Weinberg examines claims from New York's Gov. Kathy Hochul and local politicians of "anti-Semitic graffiti" spray-painted along Manhattan's Harlem River Drive on the eve of Yom Kippur. The governor's press release did not tell us what the graffiti actually said. This is rather critical information, g…
 
District 2 Atlanta City Councilmember Amir Farokhi says Atlanta is full of life and love and people wanting to experience the city in a new way: on bike and foot, patronizing local businesses. Farokhi is one of several councilmembers who are in support of newly proposed legislation that, if passed, would close a stretch of Peachtree Street on Sunda…
 
Retired Army Lt. General Keith Kellogg, former National Security Council chief of staff under President Trump and National Security adviser to Vice President Pence, discusses his new book, War By Other Means: A General in the Trump White House. Giving an insiders look at the daily dealings he had with President Trump from the early days of his firs…
 
RUSH: The Steve Bannon interview… I’ve been getting emails all day from people who want my take on this, so I’m gonna go ahead and get into this now. I got to tell you again up front, I don’t know the guy. I haven’t even… He’s been in a room twice when I have been with the president, but I’ve never been formally introduced even, and I’ve never spok…
 
Georgia’s rental assistance program is one of many around the country at risk of losing federal funding. The state received more than $550 million as part of the first federal rental assistance allocation. Since the program launched in March, it has spent just over $30 million, or seven percent of the total amount. In early October, the U.S. Treasu…
 
Dorothy O’Connor is a multidisciplinary artist, specializing in photography, public art installation, and sculpture. Having fallen in love with the photography process in eighth-grade art class, she calls it “creative, scientific, totally immersive, and a little magical.” O’Connor was born and raised in Atlanta. “I love this town, and I really neve…
 
Jazz legend Ramsey Lewis once called Atlanta pianist Joe Alterman’s style “happy music with meat on the bones.” Les McCann, who lent his talents in collaboration on Alterman’s new album, called him “mind-blowing.” Decades younger than his heroes, Alterman has a knack both for classic, authentic, joyful jazz and for fostering real connections with m…
 
The R43 gang go over the big stories of the past week and a bit. Namely - a Tory Councillor has been shunned by his party because HnH discovered he was involved in the fascist group Patriotic Alternative. If you want to know about this, and more stories to help you confront 'the fash', or perhaps you are the fash, and just like to hear someone else…
 
“How can you have a digital society where you don’t even know what the rules are?” In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Kalev Leetaru, a media fellow at the RealClearFoundation and senior fellow at the George Washington University Center for Cyber and Homeland Security. Instead of repealing Section 230, he argues for an amendment to Section 230 th…
 
KOLKATA, India — When Sharmistha Chaudhuri decided to get married in her native India, she faced a dilemma. Chaudhuri, 35, is a PR professional in Austin, Texas. She’s independent, educated and has traveled the world. She wanted her wedding to reflect her liberal values and the equal partnership she has with her American fiancé. But Chaudhuri found…
 
With cyber threats and ransomware on the rise globally, the Biden administration has enlisted America’s tech titans to help blunt their effects. Amazon, Microsoft, and Google, are all in discussions with Washington over how to strengthen the nation’s critical infrastructure defenses against a growing array of both private and state-sponsored attack…
 
The union that represents thousands of behind-the-scenes film and TV workers says members will go on strike Monday unless a deal is reached with producers. It could disrupt dozens of projects currently underway in Georgia. When it comes to dealing with the financial fallout of strikes, Georgia doesn’t have a ton of recent experience. “You know typi…
 
“The result of the Cultural Revolution … is the total destruction of society.” In this episode, we sit down with Xi Van Fleet, a Virginia mom from China who made headlines after she compared the rise of critical race theory to China’s Cultural Revolution at a Loudoun County school board meeting. Just as people in China were designated class enemies…
 
With data on the Covid-19 pandemic changing shape with every new outbreak and new mutation, it's a complex task to make sense of where the story of the virus will head next. David Spiegelhalter is chair of the Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication at Cambridge University and an expert on crunching figures in order to understand successe…
 
Dr. Adnan Husain discusses the fascinating dissertation research of Gholam Rabbani, a PhD candidate in Cultural Studies at Queen's University. Golam sketches the unique spiritual practices of the Baul, a syncretic Sufi Muslim orientation in rural Bengal, that employ musical training and performance in an integrated mysticism and pious devotional pr…
 
The City of Chamblee recently launched a new initiative to help strengthen and empower local nonprofits. Brittney Lindsay, Chamblee’s community engagement manager, says there are more than 40 nonprofits within Chamblee’s city limits and several others surrounding the area. On Thursday’s edition of “Closer Look,” Lindsay told program host Rose Scott…
 
On Wednesday, Henry County Superior Court Judge Brian Amero dismissed a lawsuit filed against Fulton County’s election board. The lawsuit was filed earlier this year by a small group spearheaded by Garland Favorito, claiming fraudulent mail-in ballots in the 2020 presidential election. The dismissal of the lawsuit falls on the heels of Georgia Secr…
 
Mark Robinson (R), the first African-American Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina, discusses the uproar that occurred earlier this week in response to his use of the word ‘filth’, in describing textbooks that are being taught in public school health classes. Commenting on the uproar, the Lieutenant Governor said that these types of reactions are …
 
RUSH: Snerdley and I were talking about the North Koreans and their test. There is going to be a sanctions vote tomorrow, and once again, ladies and gentlemen, we have been shafted by the Russians and the Chinese. The vote on sanctions is tomorrow, and Fox had a little breaking news story this morning saying that an arms embargo will not be added t…
 
A bright future awaits the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, as it welcomes its new Music Director Nathalie Stutzmann. The acclaimed French conductor and contralto singer, who also concurrently guests with the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra and leads the Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra in Norway, will conduct the ASO in concert on Oct. 13 and 14. She jo…
 
Black transgender activist Marsha P. Johnson once said, “History isn’t something you look back at and say it was inevitable; it happens because people make decisions that are sometimes very impulsive and of the moment. But those moments are cumulative realities.” Today, “City Lights” looks at the history of Atlanta Pride, and how far we’ve come in …
 
Last month, Chelsea Titus, a 40-year-old mother of one in Boise, Idaho, needed surgery to relieve severe pain from endometriosis. But hospitals there are so full of unvaccinated COVID-19 patients that doctors told her she’d have to wait. Nearly 1 in 5 American households has had to delay care for serious illnesses in the past few months, according …
 
The conflict between Israelis and Palestinians in the Middle East erupted yet again in May 2021. The violence and fight for land and rights goes back thousands of years, though the State of Israel was established in 1948. Meanwhile, thousands have lost their lives and more continue to suffer. It’s considered the unsolvable conflict. But is peace in…
 
“We have arrived at a unique point in history,” a recent essay argues, “where many Americans love nothing more than themselves, and the only functioning organization that touches their lives is a corporation.” The author continues, “that’s all good and well as a single striver sprinting along our treadmill of an economic system; the above realizati…
 
The Georgia Board of Regents, which oversees the state’s public college and university system, approved changes to its tenure process and post-tenure review Wednesday. More than a thousand professors signed a petition urging the board to delay or cancel the vote, in large part out of concern it will hurt the state’s ability to attract and keep tale…
 
About 80,000 UnitedHealthcare members must now pay more out-of-pocket if they want care through a Wellstar Health System hospital or physician. Those numbers are from Wellstar’s senior vice president of managed care, Barbara Corey. Contract negotiations between the pair ended in a stalemate earlier this month. That leaves thousands of patients with…
 
Ken Blackwell, Former Ohio Secretary of State, discusses election integrity and the importance of qualified poll precinct workers, saying that the Virginia model of filling official positions of ‘poll workers’ and not just ‘poll observers’ is integral to protecting ‘the foundation of the American system of self governance’ and ‘the core expression …
 
RUSH: This is Michael in Jackson, Michigan. Welcome, sir. I’m glad you called. Hello. CALLER: Hello, sir. God bless you and yours. Thanks for being there, and please keep fighting the good versus evil fight, would you? RUSH: Thank you. Sir, I can’t do anything else. I think I’m genetically disposed to opposing all this stuff, so — CALLER: Yes, sir.…
 
What's the protocol for those Double or Triple Vaccinated? To Mask or not. Should one go to Kiddush, Weddings and other Simchas. Rabbi Dr. Aaron Glatt, Chair Dept of Medicine Chair, Dep't OF Medicine, Chief Infectious diseases and Hospital Epidemiologist Mount Sinai South Nassau. as well as the Associate Rabbi Young Israel of Woodmere discusses the…
 
Who’s the most consistently performing team member of the Atlanta Braves? It could be the organist, Matthew Kaminski, who just celebrated his one-thousandth game. In commemoration of the milestone, he released a new vinyl recording called “L.A. Connection,” an album of music for jazz organ accompanied by some serious heavy-hitters in the California…
 
One of Atlanta’s most prolific indie and rock musicians of recent years, Philip Frobos has filled music venues with the minimalist post-punk sound of his band Omni, which he started in 2015 with Frankie Broyles of Deerhunter. With time to kill on the road, frontman and bass player Frobos decided to put his restless talent to use and authored a semi…
 
President Biden on Wednesday will address ongoing supply chain problems, as major retailers warn of shortages and price hikes during the upcoming holiday season. Biden is expected to blame the pandemic, which has caused factories to close and disrupted ports around the world, for the issues, but also tout agreements the White House has brokered wit…
 
Democratic leaders on Capitol Hill have set the end of October as the time frame to nail down an agreement on a scaled-back version of President Biden’s Build Back Better Agenda. After initially setting the price tag at $3.5 trillion over 10 years to enact sweeping health care, climate, education and child care policies, disagreements between progr…
 
Canada’s acting Consul General Louise Blais says the U.S.-Canada border is now open. On Tuesday’s edition of ‘Closer Look,” the Canadian diplomat told program host Rose Scott that Americans and permanent residents can visit Canada, but they must show proof of vaccination and take a COVID test before leaving the country. Blais also explained that ce…
 
New American Pathways is one of four local resettlement agencies that have partnered with the Tucker Summit Community Improvement District to help Afghan refugees rebuild their lives in Georgia and find employment. Paedia Mixon, the CEO of New American Pathways, was a guest on Tuesday’s edition of “Closer Look.” During the conversation, Mixon talke…
 
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says it’s “extremely troubling” that two Fulton County elections employees were able to allegedly shred about 300 voter registration applications. State law requires officials to preserve documents related to primary or general elections for 24 months. Now Raffensperger is asking the U.S. Department of …
 
Rick Perry, Former Secretary of Energy and Governor of Texas, discusses the US going from being ‘energy dependent’ to becoming ‘energy codependent’ under the Biden Administration, saying with all of the policies that are being implemented, it never had anything to do with ‘global warming’ but rather was always about ‘income redistribution’ and putt…
 
RUSH: The people at MSNBC are unhinged. It seems like MSNBC both yesterday and today was playing my Today Show interview in toto: 11 minutes yesterday, 12 minutes today, which is an eternity in television. And the people at MSNBC are unhinged and upset that their network is running that interview and eating up their airtime. Chris Matthews, who has…
 
The myth of Atlantis, first described in Plato’s dialogues, sparked the imaginations of countless generations and remains alive today, with speculation ongoing about the fabled lost city and whether it ever existed. Plato’s timeless story of the sunken civilization now weaves its way through a new collection of artwork by the Atlanta artist and pho…
 
Movie-watching is an entirely different beast in today’s times, with so many films now streamed at home, their soundtracks and scores at the mercy of our varying home speaker systems. Nevertheless, a great movie soundtrack stays with us, and composers still push boundaries and create unforgettable moments to this day. WABE music contributor Dr. Sco…
 
Jessica Elaine Blinkhorn is an interdisciplinary artist, creating “socially-minded narratives that represent disabled and aging communities.” She lives with a degenerative disease that presents a challenge in drawing and painting, her long-preferred media, so she now focuses on performance art. “I love performing,” says Blinkhorn. “I think I am act…
 
Should capitalism be reformed or replaced? Former Greek Finance Minister and economist Yanis Varoufakis and Gillian Tett US editor at large at the Financial Times discuss and debate their visions for a post-COVID economy live in London. The moderator is Anne McElvoy senior editor at The Economist. For the Intelligence Squared discount on Gillian Te…
 
Akira Johnson lives in Columbia, S.C., with her three kids. She tries to make the place joyful for them with flowers and pillows that say things like “happy” and “sunshine.” She has decorated one wall with the logo of her small business: an eye with amazing eyelashes. “I’m a licensed cosmetologist,” Johnson says. “I specialize in eyelash extensions…
 
This week, Bob Glauber joins the show to discuss the new book that he co-wrote with Keyshawn Johnson, The Forgotten First. Such an informative interview, you don’t want to miss it! Bob Glauber Twitter: @BobGlauber https://www.powells.com/book/the-forgotten-first-9781538705483 Zirin, Crisis in the National Women’s Soccer League: A Story of Predation…
 
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