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Be Antiracist imagines what an antiracist society might look like and how we all can play an active role in building one. Dr. Ibram X. Kendi is the author of How to Be an Antiracist, the book that spurred a nationwide conversation redefining what it means to be antiracist, and in this podcast, he guides listeners how they can identify and reject the racist systems hiding behind racial inequity and injustice. Alongside notable guests, Dr. Kendi continues his journey towards building a just an ...
 
Cindy Wang Brandt helps parents heal from religious trauma, break toxic cycles, and raise children with healthy spirituality and conscious citizenship. She is an author, speakers, conference host committed to helping parents raise kids for a better world. The Parenting Forward podcast features interviews with thought leaders from progressive faith and non-faith spaces, resources to create better practices in parenting and life with children. We believe parenting is revolutionary, that if we ...
 
Revisionist History is Malcolm Gladwell's journey through the overlooked and the misunderstood. Every episode re-examines something from the past—an event, a person, an idea, even a song—and asks whether we got it right the first time. From Pushkin Industries. Because sometimes the past deserves a second chance. iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
 
The Inclusion 1st Podcast is creating a safe space for people to ask their most important questions on antiracism. Our mission is to demystify the practice of antiracism through the experience of questions and stories which we hope will encourage antiracist learning, growth, and action. We believe that it is the actions of individuals that help to push this movement forward. And to support these changemakers on their journey, we’ll answer listener-submitted questions in each episode. Tune in ...
 
money.power.land.solidarity. is a Minneapolis-based podcast about economic and urban development, local politics, race, class, wealth, and culture from a working-class leftist perspective. Our entry point was the Upper Harbor Terminal Development, a project slated for North Minneapolis' river front, and continues to be core to our conversations and interviews.
 
Weekly messages from Virginia Highland Church, Atlanta GA. We are a Progressive Community of Faith. No matter where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here! Join us live, Sundays at 11am, 743 Virginia Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA 30306. NOTE: To help prevent the spread of the COVID-19, we are offering online services only at this time. We hope to be worshiping together in person soon.
 
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I Hear Ya

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I Hear Ya

Alex McFarland

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Three C's the Woke world finds offensive: Caucasian, Conservative, Christian. But, you'll find that Alex McFarland's content is not toxic, but timely. The I Hear Ya podcast features issues and opinion-makers who may not always agree, but we approach subjects like culture, politics, religion, and race squarely and factually, bringing solid truths and clarity, and avoiding spin. The goal is to build bridges of understanding through conversation. Thank you very much for listening and giving fee ...
 
John Brown Today is a podcast devoted to historical and contemporary themes relating to the abolitionist John Brown (1800-59), the controversial antislavery and antiracist freedom fighter. John Brown Today is hosted by Louis A. DeCaro Jr., a Brown biographer and researcher, the most prolific author on the John Brown theme since the abolitionist's death in 1859. John Brown Today engages a range of themes from history and biography to popular culture and other contemporary themes.
 
The Final Straw Radio is a weekly, anarchist show eminating from occupied Cherokee lands in so-called North Carolina and featuring the voices of folks engaged in struggles for liberation and the creation of rad culture since 2009. We're also syndicated on a few community radio stations around the U.S. We frequently also feature radio commentaries from anarchist prisoner Sean Swain and are a proud member of CZN (The Channel Zero Network) and ARN (The A-Radio Network). Check out our past archi ...
 
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Leading Equity

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Leading Equity

Sheldon L. Eakins, Ph.D. Leading Equity podcaster

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This podcast focuses on supporting educators with the tools and resources necessary to ensure equity at their school. On this podcast, listeners can expect to hear interviews and stories from voices of equity in education today.
 
What’s stopping us from doing the best work of our lives? It’s the way we work. Whether you’re building a startup or reinventing a global enterprise, every day is a battle between chaos and bureaucracy. But, what if there’s a third way? Aaron Dignan and Rodney Evans help teams all over the world discover a more adaptive and human way of working. Now it’s your turn. Each week, they’ll bring you a counterintuitive take on a common challenge at work—and you'll hear from guests who have been the ...
 
Former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, who led the controversial effort to remove Confederate statues from the city and who now runs E Pluribus Unum- a nonprofit focused on advancing racial equity in the south, breaks down how we are divided by design. Race courses through every facet of our lives, yet too few people-- particularly white people-- truly understand the scale of racism in America, including our history and how racism still permeates today's institutions. The Divided by Design ...
 
a LATTO thought evaluates contemporary misperceptions about mixed raceness through the lenses of history, science studies, and personal perspectives in a way that is pro-Black, antiracist, and self-critical. The intent is to arm individuals with the clarity of how systems of law and power shape our feelings about who — not ‘what’ — we as individuals are so that we can begin to reshape the societies in which we collectively live. After all, we’re all already mixed. We’re simply taught to not ...
 
The murder of George Floyd created a moment of reflection and rededication to racial equality. But moments are ephemeral. Americans have a notoriously short attention span. How do we maintain momentum so that the moment becomes a movement? How do we translate the demands of protests into the domain of policy? Antiracist ideas are activated in antiracist policy, especially in local elections. We focus on criminal justice, economic justice, environmental justice, education, housing, health, im ...
 
Dispatch from the Zombie Apocalypse provides a space to reckon with our demons, call out our enemies, and work together to build a better society. DZA is 100% fact-based and firmly grounded in the reality-based community; it rejects "post-truth" politics and holds everyone to account. Each episode contains suggested antidotes, as the purpose of this show is social change, not simply intellectual discourse. *DZA's host is Dr. Jason Scorse, who holds a PhD in Environmental Economics with a min ...
 
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The Ahlquist Agenda

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The Ahlquist Center for Policy, Practice & Innovation

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The Ahlquist Center for Policy, Practice and Innovation is the policy and advocacy arm of Children's Home & Aid, one of the largest providers of social services in Illinois. The Center advocates for robust, antiracist, equitable policies and social supports that create social capital, economic mobility, and systems designed to ensure children, families, and communities thrive.In this podcast, we invite you to take an inside look at how we think about policy: why it matters, how it impacts yo ...
 
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The Christian Souljah Collective

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A weekly social justice, faith-minded podcast featuring three friends from across the Diaspora - Exploring life at the intersection of race, ethnicity, gender, culture, politics...and living while Black in America. Abdullah Muhammad is consultant, and equity, diversity, and inclusion educator who works with local governments, public, and private organizations to help them build equitable and antiracist organizations and communities. New episodes drop every Wednesday.
 
Anna Lindberg Cedar, MPA, LCSW hosts the Therapy For Real Life Podcast to make burnout prevention concepts more accessible to everyone, everywhere. The Therapy For Real Life Podcast breaks beyond the traditional therapy hour to adapt research-backed therapy concepts into practical self-care tips and tricks for everyday use. This is not therapy. This is Real Life. Learn more: TherapyForRealLife.com and WorkshopsForRealLife.com .
 
Thought-provoking videos about life and being human, with ideas from business leaders, psychologists and researchers speaking onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
Whether you are interested in becoming a more racially conscious educator, or you are simply an individual seeking to learn more about racial matters, we invite you to listen to our podcast and join us on a life-long journey of anti-racist education. The Anti-Racist Educator is run by a collective of educators of colour and based in Scotland. As an online learning platform, The Anti-Racist Educator aims to critically challenge racism by exploring teaching, discussing ideas and sharing learni ...
 
Over 80% of teachers in the U.S. are white. But most don’t know that their whiteness matters. TWW seeks to move the conversation forward on how to be consciously, intentionally, anti-racist in the classroom. Because "white" does not mean a blank slate. It is a set of assumptions that is the baseline from which everything is judged; it is what passes for normal. This means if you are not white or don’t adhere to those assumptions, you are abnormal or less than. TWW wants to have conversations ...
 
Welcome to Social Medicine On Air, a podcast where we explore the field of social medicine with healthcare practitioners, activists, and researchers. Social medicine hopes to work for a world of justice and health - especially for the most marginalized - and connects clinical care to the deeper causes of health and illness. Through our conversational interviews, we hope to create a warm and welcoming space to learn about social medicine and meet the amazing people you'll find there. Our team ...
 
Inclusive Life is for anyone who is interested in transforming their lives to be more inclusive, equitable and just. Join Nicole Lee, human rights attorney, activist, mom and founder of Inclusive Life for conversations with expert and badass guests. In these messy conversations, we will explore the ways in which we can live more inclusive lives in every aspect of who we are, with every role each of us plays. We will bring our most authentic selves to this work, link arms, and together move i ...
 
"Inside Independent Publishing (with IBPA)" wants to make you a smarter publisher by giving you access to powerful ideas, strategies, and tools for success. Our interview guests are independent publishers, author publishers, and hybrid publishers, as well as distributors, printers, reviewers, booksellers, marketers, visionaries, and opinion leaders from all sectors of the book publishing industry. We are sponsored and supported by the Independent Book Publishers Association, the largest book ...
 
Welcome to Can Black People Grow Hair? A podcast created to bridge the racial gap between the Black and white communities by inspiring intentional engagement, and vulnerable conversations. This is a place where we meet each other with curiosity, and where we talk WITH each other, not AT each other. Where we both bring something to the table, so that everyone leaves full. If you're familiar with the sometimes awkward exchange between an exasperated Black person and a bewildered white person, ...
 
Hi everybody and welcome to The Breathing Room. This is a space where people of color and faith can come together to have our lived experiences acknowledged, witness each other's journeys, and take a collective deep breath. Join Kevin Holland and others each week as we explore what being a person of color in a multi-cultural American Christian church has been and is like. These conversations will touch on the spiritual, relational, and socio-political realities that influence us and our fait ...
 
The Montessori Notebook podcast is the place for all your Montessori inspiration. Simone Davies, author of The Montessori Toddler, reveals all her insights from years of being a Montessori teacher and parent. Through conversations, answering listener’s questions, and sharing what she’s been learning lately, you’ll be inspired to take those ideas that resonate for you and put them straight into practice to be a more calm, supportive parent or teacher. Simone is down to earth, warm, and makes ...
 
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Presenting a sneak peek of Pushkin’s newest show, Some of My Best Friends Are... On Some of My Best Friends Are… hosts and lifelong best friends Khalil Gibran Muhammad and Ben Austen hash out the absurdities and intricacies of race in America. A Harvard professor and an award-winning journalist, Khalil and Ben grew up together on the South Side of …
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Korey Sewell, the founder of Hands-On Education and Hands-On Technology. A company committed to empowering youth through mobile technology and the practical applications of computer science, Korey runs engaging afterschool and summer programs for kids in different areas of STEM. Come join us for this real, auth…
 
What exactly does joy have to do with software development? If you ask Rich Sheridan, CEO and Chief Storyteller of Menlo Innovations, the answer is pretty simple: Everything. According to Rich, joy is central to inspiring, sustaining, and steering the Ann Arbor, Michigan-based software company, which has been experimenting with new ways of working …
 
On today's episode we are joined by professor of Political Science, African and African American studies at the University of Minnesota August Nimtz to discuss his book The Ballot, The Streets or Both? From Marx and Engles to Lenin and the October Revolution in the light of the 2021 Minneapolis municipal elections. Professor Nimtz takes us through …
 
About Yvette Latunde, Ph.D. Dr. Latunde is a Professor in the Organizational Leadership Program and Co-Director of the LaFetra College of Education Center for Educational Equity and Intercultural Research (CEEIR) at the University of La Verne. As she has navigated higher education and public schools, she found herself needing to engage in frequent …
 
This week on the show, we spoke with folks involved with Comrade Center, a leftist project focused on accessible education around armed self-defense in so-called New Hampshire. They were formerly known as South New England Socialist Rifle Association and while they’re no longer a chapter of the SRA, they are working with groups like that and indivi…
 
Larry weighs in on pandemic fatigue, his issue with voter ID laws being called racist, and the Texas abortion ban (01:00). Later, Ken Burns joins Larry to discuss his latest documentary, ‘Muhammad Ali’ (25:00). They talk about the making of the documentary, Ali’s relationship with the Nation of Islam, and much more. Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Ken B…
 
The internationally best-selling author of Goodbye, Things shares insights and practices to help you become the best version of yourself. Fumio Sasaki changed his life when he became a minimalist. But before minimalism could really stick, he had to make it a habit. All of us live our lives based on the habits we’ve formed, from when we get up in th…
 
Today we discuss 9/11, engage with news about vaccine discrimination and offer words to men. Show Notes: 1. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.newsweek.com/members-congress-staff-exempt-biden-covid-vaccine-mandate-1627859%3famp=1?fbclid=IwAR2GwJUhRAxqTK_FtPgcjRFmF7_B8oZI8wVp2N6-RzKxrFtWuzQw0igH9Ww 2. https://www.wsj.com/articles/college-university-fa…
 
Why South Korea's Bernie Sanders is no Bernie when it comes to foreign policy. Why Australia's submarine decision is vulgar balancing (but not useless). Marxism versus liberalism. Why the pandemic proves the world sucks at collective action. Xi Jinping's common prosperity drive pits labor against oligarchy, but not the way you think. Lil Uzi Hurt T…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted questions: 1. When is it safe to bring racism up? As a white male, I feel like I can't know what it's like and feel like I don't have the right to say anything, but I want to be an ally and supporter. 2. I am a white woman working in a DNI adjacent space. Lately, I've noticed I'm more inhibit…
 
We take on a question which critiques my approach regarding the current activities in our nation. Remember to subscribe to our YouTube Channel! https://youtu.be/QQ3c-_v7vZU Connect with us. YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/ebz4mj8b Podcast: https://tinyurl.com/ypd2ps4h Instagram: https://tinyurl.com/wdzzrhd6 Website: phillipfletcher.org --- This episod…
 
Introducing Pushkin's newest show, Some of My Best Friends Are...hosted by Khalil Muhammad and Ben Austen, two best friends who grew up together on the South Side of Chicago in '80s. Khalil and Ben invite listeners into their conversations about the absurdities and intricacies of race in America. Mixing anecdotes, entertaining storytelling, and tho…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Amy Villaseñor, a product manager working in AI who has a passion for technologies that impact the way our society functions for the better. Amy is not only is on a mission to bring support and a voice to minorities but also focuses on exposing underserved students to STEM and higher education. Come join us for…
 
Global obesity rates are on the rise, but body shaming campaigns are doing more harm than good, says medical anthropologist Nancy N. Chen. Reflecting on how the cultural histories of body ideals have changed over time, she offers a new way to view ourselves and our health by enhancing body diversity to close the gap between what's ideal and what's …
 
Today’s episode is a foundational survey class; we’re mapping the territory of the work we do, why we do it, what we’re all about—and why we’d love to talk to your boss. Whether you’re a systems design nerd like us or a newcomer who knows in their bones that work sucks but doesn’t have to, we’ve got answers to your big questions—about implementing …
 
In this episode of the Free To Bmore Podcast we welcome Raguel Broy, Director of Trauma and Training Services at the Baltimore City Health Department, to find out what’s behind the push to make Baltimore a “Healing City” and the impact that could have for the future of our community.By Enoch Pratt Free Library
 
I wanted to share some lessons I learned from welcoming a baby into the world during a historic drought and the hottest summer on record, while Enridge is violating our sacred waters. Here is a short reflection on the climate crisis, capitalist despair and revolutionary joy - Jake. Produced by Isaac Specktor - as always. Subscribe on Patreon for ex…
 
About Nancy Markowitz, Ph.D. Nancy Lourié Markowitz, Ph.D. is Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Reaching & Teaching the Whole Child, where her work focuses on integrating social, emotional, and cultural competencies into teaching and learning across the educator professional development pipeline. She is also Professor Emerita in the …
 
Today’s guest is Dr. Joel Schwartz, a licensed clinical psychologist. Joel co-runs Total Spectrum Counseling with his wife, Brittany Boveé Schwartz, in the San Luis Obispo area of California. He specializes in therapy and testing for the misunderstood and demonstrates this through his unique practice: Total Spectrum Counseling is fully staffed by n…
 
On February 12th, 1994, Ernest Lee Johnson and his ex-girlfriends two sons participated in the botched robbery of Casey’s General Store that took three victims' lives: Mable Scruggs, Mary Bratcher and Fred Jones. Mr Johnson has no recollection of the murders, was in despair and had been drinking and smoking crack in the hours after his ex-girlfrien…
 
Larry weighs in on the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and more to open the show (01:00). Later, he is joined by creator of the Me Too Movement Tarana Burke to discuss her new book ‘Unbound: My Story of Liberation and the Birth of the Me Too Movement,’ as well as the difference between self esteem and self worth, and much more (20:00). Ho…
 
How culturally competent is your communication? In this episode, Dr. Joni Johnson & Freddi Brown discuss how to truly see, hear, and understand individuals by improving aspects of our own communication and attending to how others communicate. From cultural experience and hair styles to emotional intelligence and empathy, learn how to move from pass…
 
In this Solo Episode, Rivka Bent takes over and is answering the listener-submitted question: What can little old me do when the system seems so big and overwhelming or more succinctly, what’s the number one thing I can focus on to help bring about systemic change? Do you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode of The Inclu…
 
Why defense grifters and jingoes love deterrence-by-denial strategies. Why Manny Pacquiao could beat Duterte, and why that might not be good for the Philippines. WTH is a classical liberal? Also this episode: Is China the new standard-setter in tech? Jacob Levy Tweet: https://twitter.com/jtlevy/status/1424458950838263813?s=21 Kendra Schaefer Tweet:…
 
Malcolm revives his Little Mermaid darlings while the editor is away. The first of a series of four bonus episodes. To receive all four, subscribe to PushNik, a subscription program available exclusively through Apple Podcasts. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Pushkin Industries
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Tina Medina who is the Founder and Lead Visionary at the Vibe Movement. Tina was an educator for 12 years in South Central L.A., South Korea, and San Diego and now helps educators reconnect to their purpose and breath meaning into their lives through coaching retreats, professional development opportunities, an…
 
Talking about compensation at a job (a.k.a. the total pay and benefits you get in exchange for your labor) can be excruciating. But why? It’s not because compensation designers are inherently evil, argues David Buckmaster, Nike’s Director of Global Retail Compensation. Rather, it’s because our system of pay is broken and neglected. When it comes to…
 
Welcome back to John Brown Today! In this episode, the first of two parts, I'm talking with my friend, Ian Barford, a Tony-nominated actor who is also a John Brown enthusiast and, in his own right, quite a scholar and researcher. For some years now, Ian has been working artistically on the theme of John Brown and Frederick Douglass, and I'm excited…
 
About Richard “Pete” Hill Richard “Pete” Hill, served 22 years on active duty with the United States Army and retired in 2006 at the rank of Master Sergeant. While serving on active duty he deployed to combat in the Middle East twice. He served in both Operation Desert Storm in 1990 and Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. For his service, he earned th…
 
This is the second segment of a series of political discussions focused on building support for Jalihouse Lawyers Speak 2021 National call to action #ShutEmDown2021 along with support for the 2022 National Prisoner’ Strike & Boycott. In this segment “Interpreting Realities: Aligning Fragments Within the Prison Resistance Movement” moderated by Broo…
 
In this Solo Episode, Carrie discusses the three main themes that the Inclusion 1st Project discovered from the 700 community questions submitted on anti-racism and inclusion. We are still accepting questions to be answered on the podcast too! Do you have a question about anti-racism or inclusion? Submit your question here to be featured on a futur…
 
Dating back more than 800 years, chocolate is deeply woven into the Indigenous history of Oaxaca, Mexico. TED Fellow Germán Santillán talks about his work reviving the Mixtec technique used to prepare this ancient delicacy by training a new generation of local farmers -- helping create economic opportunity and preserve a delicious legacy at the sam…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Sarah Tuakli Cooper who is the Executive Director at the League of Amazing Programmers, a volunteer at Voices for Children, where she serves as a court-appointed special advocate and is on the board of directors at the United Women of East Africa's support team. Come join us for this conversation where we discu…
 
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