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The Inclusion Works podcast explores the secrets of building inclusive culture at work and in the community. We’ll be joined by leaders, experts and activists all working to bring fresh thinking to the inclusion debate. We’ll be asking those all-important questions to find out more about them, their work and how they make inclusion work. If you’re interested in driving change, accelerating diversity or simply finding ways to be more inclusive every day, then join us for Inclusion Works. Beca ...
 
The LGBTQ experience is more than just a rainbow flag, it’s a movement. The PRIDE podcast hosted by Levi Chambers celebrates every person under the queer umbrella with skillful journalism and engaging interviews. Ever wondered about the queer pirates who of the Caribbean? How about the origins of the expression "coming out" or the queer history of the United States? Join us as we provide a platform to LGBTQ people with stories to tell — stories about sexuality, gender, love, laughter or anyt ...
 
No Out There - Out There! is a talkshow about HOW TO live life from a particular point of view, a perspective, a philosophy which says let me stop blaming others for what is showing up in my life. Let me acknowledge I AM the source, cause and remedy. It is not something outside of my control. The place to look is inside to see what requires altering or what perspective requires changing. Featuring interviews with high profile teachers, author and spiritual leaders. Also get answer your quest ...
 
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Gov. Pedro Pierluisi explains why the time has come for statehood for Puerto Rico. NBC News Capitol Hill correspondent Leigh Ann Caldwell and Washington Bureau Chief for the Texas Tribune, Abby Livingston, discuss Covid relief and Texas recovery.By NBC News
 
In this episode, we speak to author, journalist and Founder/CEO of the consultancy Candour, Ruchika Tulshyan, about why focusing on women of color’s experiences at work will help us create a more equitable, inclusive workplace for all. Ruchika is working on a second book that explores everyday habits of inclusion, and her research for the book unco…
 
Ben's away this week. So Hing is joined by Michelle Brasier and Greg Larsen via THE INTERNET to chat about how to get rid dog remains, an Australian fight club, a cat who wants a clown, and a brand new MICHELLE BRASIER MYSTERY. Greg, Michelle and Hing are all performing at the Melbourne Comedy Festival in March, go check them out! See omnystudio.co…
 
In this episode, we speak to Allison Avery, the Vice President of Inclusion and Community at Dow Jones, about how to create and sustain impact in DEI. Allison tells us that DEI practitioners need to borrow change management techniques and process improvement models like Six Sigma and Lean to create effective DEI strategy, programming and outcomes. …
 
Shannon Pettypiece Senior White House Reporter for NBC News Digital and Eli Stokols White House reporter for the LA Times join Chuck to talk about how Republicans are reckoning with Biden's Washington. Plus, Facebook and Australia have come to an agreement to allow news links to be shared on the social media platform after Australia tried to give n…
 
"I already have a family and a religion and so I've never looked at my political party to replace either," 2016 presidential candidate Evan McMullin says. He tells Chuck Todd about his explorations into a new faction of the GOP ... and possibly a third party. NYT's Annie Karni and Punchbowl's Jake Sherman join to discuss President Biden's To-Do lis…
 
Chuck talks with Bruce Mehlman about his latest analysis on trends in populism and GOP priorities. Mehlman is a Republican adviser and founding partner at Mehlman, Castagnetti, Rosen and Thomas. Plus, Kiersten Todt, managing director at the Cyber Readiness Institute, discusses a hack that could have poisoned municipal water in Florida. To read Bruc…
 
In this episode we speak to Carol Frazer Haynesworth, a marketing powerhouse and the Head of Equity and Inclusion at the creative agency Carmichael Lynch, about why it’s time to rethink multicultural marketing and how brands can really add value and connect with the communities they serve on an individual level. Carol also shares her views on why d…
 
NBC News Capitol Hill Correspondent Kasie Hunt and Nathan Gonzales, Editor & Publisher of Inside Elections, join Chuck to talk about the future of the Republican Party. Plus, Adam Jentleson, author of "Kill Switch: The Rise of the Modern Senate and the Crippling of American Democracy" talks about the history of the filibuster and why it might be re…
 
Danell Leyva has become accustomed to being judged by people. He’s a professional gymnast who has waited in front of large crowds waiting for the numbers to be called assessing his performance. He has literally dealt with judges his entire life. But facing the judgement of coming out is a different story. He stood in the spotlight of being an out p…
 
In this episode we dive into the lived experiences of professionals of color with Netta Jenkins, co-founder of Dipper and VP of Global Inclusion for Unqork. Netta shares a nuanced view that as organizations we shouldn’t be telling people to bring their whole selves to work — that’s something that happens naturally when you have a great culture wher…
 
Polyamory is defined as being open to intimate relationships with more than one person. Polyamorous people are usually looking to share a romantic or sexual connection with more than one person. For Ian Jenkins, his day-to-day worries had less to do with whether his family or peers would accept his two partners. He was proud to be in a same sex thr…
 
Michael Kruse, senior staff writer at Politico, and Joshua Johnson, host of “The Week with Joshua Johnson” on MSNBC, join Chuck to talk about former President Trump's exit from Washington. Plus, national security reporter Marc Ambinder looks at how the Biden presidency will react to the insurgent attack on the Capitol.…
 
New York Life is one of the oldest companies in America and yet is known for its strong culture of inclusion. In this episode, Kathleen Navarro, New York Life’s Chief Diversity Officer, gives us a behind-the-scenes look at how they’ve done it. Some highlights: why embedding DEI in everything you do rather than making it a separate program will help…
 
By now, most people understand or at least are aware of the trials and tribulations the transgender community experiences every day. You may have a close friend or even a relative who is trans. Or maybe there’s a celebrity you adore, who identifies as trans. Perhaps, you’re part of the trans or gender-non-conforming community yourself. But what som…
 
In this episode we speak to Michelle King, author of the book The Fix and former Director of Inclusion at Netflix, about why we need to value difference and focus on the lived experience of every person in an organization to really move the dial on diversity, equity and inclusion. You’ll hear Michelle talk through her model, the 4 Ps of equality, a…
 
In 2015, Carol, directed by Todd Haynes, was released. In 2015, the life of Allison Tate was forever changed. The only thing left to do? Create a Carol Support Group. Be sure to follow Allison on IG! Your host is Levi Chambers, co-founder of Gayety. Follow the show and keep up with the conversation @Pride. Want more great shows from Straw Hut Media…
 
High school dress codes are notoriously problematic because the students who are targeted most often are girls, LGBTQ+ youth, and students of color. Stories make it to the news semi regularly. A girl sent home for not wearing a bra, a boy sent home for dreadlocks, or a boy wearing nailpolish. When Trevor Wilkinson was sent to the office for coming …
 
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