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As parents, we all want to teach our kids to be inclusive, but how? Join Jasmine Bradshaw each week as she gives you the tools and practical strategies that you need to talk to your children about race, religion, and culture. If you are a parent who values inclusion and wants to teach your children how to truly love those who are different from them, this podcast is for you!
 
ALL INCLUSIVE is a podcast focused on inclusion, innovation, and social justice. Join Jay Ruderman as he interviews leaders and experts on the latest news, technology and advocacy for social justice. In order to make progress that will lead to an innovative future, honest discussions must be held. That is what ALL INCLUSIVE is all about. All Inclusive is a production of the Ruderman Family Foundation.
 
In our podcast, we explore topics at the intersection of equity, inclusion and community. We learn ways that communities are facing (or not) their realities of inequity and injustice. We will meet people who are changing their communities for the better and discover actions that we can each take to improve our own communities.
 
Join Toral Patel from the Department of Inclusion and Belonging as she dives into discussions on topics related to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. She will interview colleagues throughout Cornell who are working to build spaces of belonging for all Cornell employees and provide information on how you can begin building these spaces today.
 
Monthly podcasts about inclusion and diversity brought to you by Inclusive Employers. Join our hosts, broadcaster Stephanie Hirst and Inclusive Employers' Senior Consultant Steven Copsey, as they meet a wide variety of guests with fascinating stories of inclusion, diversity and belonging. This podcast is for everyone who has an interest in inclusion and diversity. Learn about key topics, best practice and how to take real action to make inclusion an everyday reality. Find out more about Incl ...
 
Inclusion with Mansi is about embracing differences. Explore inclusion in education. Hear personal journeys of neurodiverse individuals and other stakeholders from awareness to advocacy. As you enter the exciting world of inclusive education, join my mission to celebrate diversity and be an inclusion champion! For comments and feedback write to: inclusionwithmansi@gmail.com
 
Are you interested in building a more diverse workforce? Join us as we delve into the experiences of well-known DEI experts in implementing DEI programs at leading organizations. Listen to get inspired on how to roll out DEI initiatives in your organization.
 
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 ...
 
We help organizations develop customized diversity and inclusion initiatives that advance strategic objectives within the legal margins. The purpose of Littler's podcasts is to provide helpful information for employers, addressing the latest developments in labor and employment relations. They are not a substitute for experienced legal counsel and do not provide legal advice or attempt to address the numerous factual issues that arise in any employment-related issue.
 
Disability rights is the next frontier in civil rights. We believe education is the key to building an inclusive society and ensuring that all students are given an equal opportunity. The Inclusive Education Project Podcast, hosted by Special Education and Civil Rights attorneys, Amanda Selogie and Vickie Brett, offers a fresh, smart perspective on what it takes to truly make our educational systems and communities inclusive. Tune in each week as Amanda and Vickie share insight on topics ran ...
 
On this season of Lipstick Economy, co-hosts Jamie Dunham, founder of Brand Wise, and Melinda Hudgins Noblitt, Brand Marketing Manager at Asurion, will dive deep into the misconceptions of marketing to women and highlight stories of marketing leaders who are making a difference.
 
My name is IJ Popoola and I'm the host of Mrs. IJ's Kids Inclusive podcast, a show focusing on the challenges of inclusive education for students with disabilities, as well as providing resources for parents, caregivers, educators, and all stakeholders in the African diaspora and in African Nations. In this show, we focus on the possibilities of fully inclusive educational practices in general education classrooms, globally.
 
Listen in each month to get ideas, inspiration and practical advice from people involved in music education, community music, music therapy and more. Learn how you can break down barriers to music, through communications, advocacy and inclusive practice. These conversations are hosted by Anita Holford at Music Education Works and Writing Services. www.writing-services.co.uk | www.musiceducationworks.org.uk
 
The Forum on Workplace Inclusion podcast offers an opportunity to engage with diversity, equity, and inclusion topics on a monthly basis. With a wide array of relevant DEI topics, we welcome you to join in each month as attendees from a variety of industries around the globe participate and share their ideas. For 31 years, The Forum on Workplace Inclusion® has served as a convening hub for those seeking to grow their leadership and effectiveness in the field of diversity and inclusion by eng ...
 
This is Connected Nation – a podcast focused on all things broadband. From closing the Digital Divide to simply improving your internet speeds, we talk technology topics that impact all of us, our families, and our communities. To learn more about our national nonprofit, head to connectednation.org.
 
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Win(e)d Down Wednesday

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Win(e)d Down Wednesday

Hosted by Jeffery Tobias Halter and Amanda Hammett

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A contemporary discussion on current workplace issues with a focus on diversity, inclusion, intersectionality, and equity -- best enjoyed with your favorite wind-down beverage. Hosts Jeffery Tobias Halter, gender strategist, and Amanda Hammett, generational talent specialist, create a brave space for much-needed conversations about employee engagement, retention...
 
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The Element of Inclusion

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The Element of Inclusion

Dr Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey Diversity & Inclusion I Broadcaster I Speaker I Protagonist

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Hosted by Dr. Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey, every week we inform and educate using applied research and thought leadership Get your pen and paper ready because this is one of the world’s most valuable resources to help you on your Inclusion journey. We provide book reviews, research breakdowns, explainers, opinion pieces, interviews and much more We’re on a mission to help a million people like you to make your workplace more inclusive To continue the conversation join us on Linkedin: The Element ...
 
A podcast about the collapse of traditional corporate standards in today’s more personalized world. Leadership strategist, author, contributor to Forbes and founder of the Leadership in the Age of Personalization Movement, Glenn Llopis interviews executives across multiple sectors to find out how the balance between standardization and personalization can exist.
 
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Is it now time to Drop diversity from the Inclusion conversation? I’ve found someone who thinks it is Get your pen and paper ready We’re talking about if we should drop the concept of Diversity from now on In today’s show we discuss several things including: Why someone is fighting to ditch the term Diversity A popular Diversity tactic used in Fash…
 
Shantanu Chitale is a 20 year old, autistic who has completed his 12th from Symbiosis and is currently a second year in BTS (Bachelors in Tourism Studies). He wants to build a career in tourism. Autism, according to him, is where he is different from other people. Some challenges that he faces are writing, reading long passages, and expressing his …
 
Nothing kills a relationship quicker than unkind works and actions. We have the fruit of the Spirit as believers in Christ but we don't alway act in a kind manner toward others. Let's develop this fruit together as we look at some ways to be more kind in our most important relationships. To support the ministry of Melbourne Inclusive Church go to: …
 
In this episode of The Forum Podcast Dr. Charlyn Hilliman (Capella University) and Dr. Barbara Butts Williams (Capella University) explore how an established direct path is possible between talent, employment, and leadership skills through strategic partnerships. Through thoughtful partnerships between community-based organizations and universities…
 
Toral and Bert have an engaging conversation with Sonia Rucker (she/her/hers), the new AVP of Inclusion and Belonging and member of the Presidential Advisors for Diversity and Equity (PADE). Sonia worked at Cornell 2003-2011 and rejoined in 2021. Toral and Bert talk to Sonia about her journey back to Cornell and how issues related to diversity, equ…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted questions: I want to be an ally but I don't know where to start, other than standing up when I see something glaringly wrong. How do I get started? You can find more information about Rebecca using the links below: Rebecca’s Instagram Rebecca’s LinkedIn Stephen Wiggins Art Instagram Do you ha…
 
Who is ready for a double episode?!? Today on the pod, we have two fantastic guests. The first is Matt, from the With Rolls and No Luck podcast. We discuss what it is like to generate income all while being on Medicaid. Our second guest is Shirene Hayes, the creator of Super MEro and The Code, a resource for educators to utilize in their classrooms…
 
Leila is joined by Jill Hughes, Managing Director, Accenture Song & Executive Sponsor Mental Health at Accenture UKI Jill believes passionately that creating a strong culture of inclusivity and belonging is key to the success of a business. Jill plays a leading role in Brand Learning. In addition, she leads the Health and Life Sciences squad in Acc…
 
Meeting Kathryn Paylor-Bent was a great experience and I'm lucky to share it with you. An injury when Kat was a young Mum left her in a wheelchair. Despite her disability, Kat wanted to be a hands on Mum for her son. Very early on in the conversation it's easy to see that Kat's a fighter. She had to fight to get her sons autism diagnosis and fight …
 
Join us for a conversation with Lindsey Novak to learn about being proactive and how to best customize DEI Programming. Lindsey is the Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Videojet. With a passion for communications, people, and driving the strategic efforts within organizations, she’s a thoughtful and creative professional with the ability to mo…
 
The first time Sophie Riegel had a panic attack, it felt like the walls were closing in on her. After reaching out for help and discovering her middle school and pediatrician were ill-equipped to talk about mental health, Sophie knew she had to find her own path. In high school, Sophie published Don't Tell Me to Relax!, a powerful memoir about her …
 
In this episode, I talk with Mark Robinson, the founder of Rocksteady Music School, which brings in-school rock band lessons to primary schools across the UK. It’s a new model for music education that combines peripatetic tuition approaches with group rock band tuition and inclusive pedagogy, increasing children’s interest in and uptake of music le…
 
This episode features an interview with Kansas City Kansas Public School's Superintendent, Dr. Derald Davis. Rodney and Al speak with Dr. Davis about topics that include: KCKPS's Teacher equity training, technology inequalities among students and families highlighted during COVID-19, no suspension of students, and KSKPS's recent accreditation. Than…
 
Zach sits down with Ruchika Tulshyan, author, consultant, journalist, speaker, and educator, about her latest book and the role her identity plays in doing the work of DEI. Check the show links below to learn more about her and her work! Want to know more about our LinkedIn Learning courses? Check them out! https://bit.ly/3k4havy Learn more about R…
 
The pandemic brought many changes to the world of education, including how children with specific needs can access the services available to them. We still have SO far to go, and many changes need to happen to help parents and their children get the help they deserve. Join us to learn more! ToniAnn Loftus is a speech-language pathologist in private…
 
In today’s podcast, we start to unpack the idea of Speciesism and how social hierarchies hurt not just all living beings but also tacitly endorses the suffering of human beings lower on the social caste. What is Speciesism? Lets go to wikipedia for more! Speciesism (/ˈspiːʃiːˌzɪzəm, -siːˌzɪz-/) is a term used in philosophy regarding the treatment o…
 
After being featured in Drake's One Dance video, I was left breathless with Musa Mutha. Not by what is obvious but by the power behind what Musa wants to communicate to the world - that dance has the power to change us in ways that we can’t remain the same people after a moving performance. Musa is a South African dancer, filmmaker, choreographer, …
 
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