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Best Free Speech podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Free Speech podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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FREE SPEECH The world’s most uncensored podcast is hosted by “Godfather of hipsterdom” and Fox News regular Gavin McInnes. Whether he agrees with his guests or gets in an angry screaming match, McInnes always seems to draw out an unprecedented level of honesty which makes for a conversation that is always controversial and never boring. The point of this show is to counter political correctness and the war on fun going on in America today. Though every single episode seems to spark some sort ...
 
Why have kings, emperors, and governments killed and imprisoned people to shut them up? And why have countless people risked death and imprisonment to express their beliefs? Jacob Mchangama guides you through the history of free speech from the trial of Socrates to the Great Firewall. Stay up to date with Clear and Present Danger on the show’s website at freespeechhistory.com
 
The Rise and Fall of Free Speech in America was D.W. Griffith's first response to the attacks made on The Birth of a Nation. In it he played on the 'intolerance' of those who would not permit him freedom of speech in his films. This view on intolerance led directly to the creation of the film of the same name. Summary by The University of Exeter.
 
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Join Andrew Torba as he covers the day's big tech censorship and tyranny news including President Trump's war on TikTok and CCP spy apps. Show notes and articles: https://www.wnd.com/2020/08/facebook-bans-pro-trump-super-pac-advertising-platform/ https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/08/sharyl-attkisson-facebooks-fact-check-board-gets-lot-likes-sor…
 
Princeton Professor Peter Singer has been called “the world’s most influential living philosopher.” But he may be as controversial as he is influential. It’s perhaps fitting then that he is a founding editor of a new academic publication called the Journal of Controversial Ideas. The journal claims to be the world’s “first open access, peer-reviewe…
 
William Parker: CreationComposer, poet, activist, organizer, author, educator, bandleader, and one of the world's most celebrated jazz andnew music bass players tells the tale richly illustrated with concert excerpts dating to 1990. Projects and peoplefeatured here include: Hamid Drake, Conrad Bauer, Roy Campell, Rob Brown, Jackson Krall, Matthew S…
 
In this Special Edition, we will zoom in on current challenges to free speech – specifically in the US. With me to discuss this timely subject, I have CEO of PEN America, Suzanne Nossel, who has just published her new book Dare to Speak: Defending Free Speech for All. The conversation evolves the main conclusions of Suzanne's book including matters…
 
Gab CEO Andrew Torba discusses the latest censorship of President Trump and his lack of action against Big Tech during his first term. Show notes: https://www.rt.com/news/497262-twitter-censorship-ram-ayodhya-video/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=RSS https://nationalfile.com/study-journalists-live-in-microbubbles-on-twitter-disconnected…
 
"Facebook has taken down a post from President Trump’s official page, saying it contained “false claims” related to the novel coronavirus." Andrew Torba discusses the fact that Big Tech platforms now have more power than the President of the United States by nature of the fact that they can control what he can or cannot say. Learn what the solution…
 
Join Gab CEO Andrew Torba as he highlights the censorship of Christians on Big Tech platforms and gives a warning to Christians about the future they face from tech tyrants. Show notes: https://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/us/2019/june/pinterest-insider-reveals-company-censors-bible-verses-christian-terms https://news.gab.com/2019/10/04/christian-actress-f…
 
Learn the story of why Gab is banned from Apple and Google app stores. Show notes: https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2019/06/17/apple-bans-gab-from-app-development-after-company-makes-antitrust-case-to-doj/ https://techcrunch.com/2017/08/17/alt-social-network-gab-booted-from-google-play-store-for-hate-speech/ https://reclaimthenet.org/apple-rejects-di…
 
Tiktok is one of the top apps in both Apple and Google’s app stores. Apple and Google have no problem allowing the communist Chinese government to spy on our kids. Silicon Valley has been bending the knee to the Communist Chinese for years now in hopes of breaking past the great internet firewall and into a massive new market. Last week India banne…
 
On today’s episode of So to Speak, we are joined by PEN America CEO Suzanne Nossel to discuss campus censorship, cancel culture, how different generations think about free speech, the attacks on Charlie Hebdo in 2015, and more. Nossel is the author of the forthcoming book, “Dare to Speak: Defending Free Speech for All.” Show notes: Transcript Bari …
 
In this inaugural episode of No Country For Moving, Dali and I get down and dirty into West African educational prowess, Black love, and first language obstacles faced as an immigrant child in a white America. We delve deep into the communities around us that we connect with and what our society deems as "Okay" for the status quo of a Black woman i…
 
As protests against racial injustice continue across America, colleges and universities are increasingly speaking out in support of the protests. What’s more, some are also taking action to investigate or punish faculty critical of the protesters’ perceived aims. What does this mean for academic freedom and freedom of speech? And does this signal a…
 
PelayoAlvarez_S1E7Youarenough:In this episode we welcome filmmaker and writer Nora Berman. Nora grew up practicing Buddhism following theteachings of Thich Nhat Hanh . She shares how when going to her Dharma center with her Jewish father andChristian mother, she struggled with the idea of "non-attachment" and how she loved walking meditation as a c…
 
This episode is a rebroadcast from March 2017. “If you spend five minutes with your worst enemy, you will find you have something in common,” said Daryl Davis. “If you spend 10 minutes, you’ll find you even have more in common. And the more you find that you have in common and build upon those things, the less the things that you have in contrast w…
 
Isra is an actress born to an immigrant family from Iraq in Sweden who moved to NY to pursue her career. Isra givesus an insight into Swedens immigration system, and international actors struggle in America, and more.https://feed.podbean.com/whitelabelamerican/feed.xmlBy Raphael Harry
 
PelayoAlvarez_S1E6Allies:" We are proud to present the first episode of our series #Allies with Senator Loretta Weinberg. We met SenatorWeinberg at the Teaneck Film Festival, where she supported the screening of "Framing Agnes" a film reenactingnever seen before histories of transgender people from 1950's. We discuss her fight for human and LGBTQ r…
 
Brian bounced between Nigeria and Ghana early in his life. Brian would overcome language barriers, seizures, inknocking his way through school and arriving in Connecticut, NY, and founding the Worldwide SupplychainFederation.https://feed.podbean.com/whitelabelamerican/feed.xmlBy Raphael Harry
 
Pelayo Alvarez_S1E5AReligiousRealigment:In this episode, we analyze the future of religion and debate on how new technologies and online communities havereshaped traditional aspects of religion. From meditating apps on mindfulness to using astrology as guidance, it isclear that human nature is still looking for a connection with something bigger th…
 
PelayoAlvarez_S1E4_SpiritualSolutions:This episode we are joined by Martin Cowart CEO of Financial Heart Space who provides a truly holistic approach tofinancial health, planning and wealth management. Although money and spirituality may not seem to have much incommon, Martin uses shadow work with his clients to reconnect the whole mind, body, and …
 
During the summer of 2017, a fierce dispute over the removal of Confederate monuments in Charlottesville, Va. captured national attention. The events that summer led to racial animosity and heated debate over our nation’s history and the First Amendment, and threw one historic city into turmoil, ultimately culminating in death and tragedy during th…
 
A 40-year retrospective on the work of composer and multi-instrumentalist Ned Rothenberg with 8 excerpts featuringthe artist on bass clarinet, alto sax, and shakuhachi in compositions and improvisations alongside musiciansincluding: Fred Frith, Hans Reichel (guitars, daxophone); Evan Parker (sax), Jennifer Choi/Olivia De Prato/StephanieGriffin/Alex…
 
PelayoAlvarez_S1E3_Finding_GraceLogan Rozos is an actor known for his role in "David Makes Man". He has received the parity award for his work inLGBTQ/Faith activism. In this episode, Logan joins us to discuss his search for identity as a trans man as well as theevolution of his faith through time. We also explore the concept of grace and talk abou…
 
Latoya Johnston, Partnerships Coordinator at BRIC, hosts The Partnerships Podcast, on Brooklyn Free SpeechRadio. She talks with Media Share grantees and other Community Partners about their organizations andexperiences making media projects with BRIC.In this episode, you will hear from Boys Hope Girl Hope of New York, an "alumni" of the Media Share…
 
Walla walks us through childhood in Sudan, Uganda, and Sweden before arriving in the United States. Walla talksmicroaggression, black diaspora ignorance, and breaking free to the founding of Birthright Africa. Helping black youthfind their way to Africa.https://feed.podbean.com/whitelabelamerican/feed.xml…
 
A new FIRE report finds that 77% of public colleges and universities use a blacklist of secret words to censor comments on their Facebook pages. What’s more, 87% of them block particular users on Facebook or Twitter. How do these blacklists work? How were they discovered? And do they violate the First Amendment? On today’s episode of So to Speak: T…
 
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