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Best Justice podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Justice podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Pass The Mic is the premier podcast of The Witness – A Black Christian Collective. Tune in every week for engaging discussions and high profile interviews addressing the core concerns of African Americans biblically. Learn more at TheWitnessBCC.com
 
Do Justice is a conversation starter for justice in the Christian Reformed Church. Together we're finding new ideas and perspectives, sharing better ways to engage in justice work, remembering our motivation, and growing our faith. Join us!
 
Revealing, intimate conversations with visionaries and leaders in the arts, science, technology, public service, sports and business. These engaging personal stories are drawn from interviews with the American Academy of Achievement, and offer insights you’ll want to apply to your own life.
 
Formerly known as Healing Justice Podcast, Irresistible is a virtual practice space at the intersection of collective healing & social change. We share a conversations with powerful social justice leaders, and accompanying audio practices to help resource you in your leadership and vision. We are more than resistance -- we are irresistible.
 
Science for the People is a long-format interview podcast that explores the connections between science, popular culture, history, and public policy, to help listeners understand the evidence and arguments behind what's in the news and on the shelves. Our hosts sit down with science researchers, writers, authors, journalists, and experts to discuss science from the past, the science that affects our lives today, and how science might change our future.
 
Scottsdale, AZ 2001. Mary Fisher and her two children are murdered. Their throats slashed and a bullet put into Mary's head. The home was then rigged to explode. The suspect -- husband/father Robert Fisher. He's one of the FBI's Most Wanted and hasn't been seen since. Investigative reporter Rob Koebel is back on the case and gets closer to finding Fisher. New leads and new information on one of America's most notorious murders
 
Boom! Lawyered is friendly and entertaining legal analysis for anyone passionate about reproductive justice. Join Rewire.News legal experts Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy as they explore the important issues coming up in the courts, how the legal system works, and what the case outcomes will mean for all of us. Part of the Rewire.News podcast network.
 
Justice. Hope. Freedom. Learn about the issues of sex trafficking & exploitation and where this issue intersects with other societal ills such as violence, abuse, poverty, gangs, vulnerable populations, etc. Here, I will highlight individuals and organizations that are working to bring justice to the enslaved. Listen to podcast interviews (approximately 10-35 minutes in length) from experts, activists, survivors, law enforcement, leaders from Oregon and around the world. Isaiah 61:3 - To bes ...
 
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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Thank you all for tuning in. This is why we continue to grow. Remember to share it with your family and friends and give us that 5-Star Rating on iTunes. A big shout out and thanks to all the brave men and women who work in the criminal justice field. Thank you! Remember do not believe all the crap you s…
 
In this conversation Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer at the Center for Art and Public Exchange at the Mississippi Museum of Art Monique Davis and I discuss how art can be used to build bridges in our communities as well as be used as a tool to dismantle White Supremacy. When Whiteness is the yardstick by which all is measured it takes a reckonin…
 
Every day, there are hundreds of thousands of people in the United States who are in jail simply because they are too poor to buy their freedom. In this episode, DA Boudin and Rachel discuss one of the most important issues in the criminal justice reform movement: cash bail. For this discussion, they are joined by Alec Karakatsanis, the founder of …
 
In this intergenerational episode Kate Kooyman talks with Steve Mulder the Field Coordinator for the CRCNA’s Climate Witness Project and his granddaughter Anneke Spoelma a 15-year-old freshman at Grand Rapids Public Museum High School. Anneke and Steve were part of a delegation sent by the Climate Witness Project to Kenya and Uganda to meet with Wo…
 
Exclusive to Slate Plus members, Dahlia Lithwick’s January interview with Ruth Bader Ginsburg about the women of Harvard Law School’s class of 1959. Sign up for Slate Plus now to listen to the full interview and support our show. Go to Slate.com/RBG for more on all the women of the class. Find the print version of this interview here. Learn more ab…
 
Kristin Gibowicz was yoga certified in 2003 and has over 6,000 hours of teaching and training experience in many styles from power yoga to yin yoga. As founder and lead trainer of Living Soul Institute, a yoga school in Colorado, they integrate the richness of yoga tradition with Christ-centered spirituality and they provide teacher certification a…
 
Edwina Grosvenor talks to James Timpson OBE, Chair of Prison Reform Trust and Chief Executive of Timpson, a successful UK-wide family run business. In this wide-ranging conversation, we find out how the ethos of Timpson’s came about, which today translates to 1 in 9.5 of Timpson staff being recruited from UK prisons. James shares his observations o…
 
While we're on hiatus, we're replaying some of our most popular tracks to help people meet this moment of renewed interest in changing the criminal legal system.The use of big data in the criminal legal system raises some thorny legal, cultural, and ethical questions. What level of surveillance are we willing to tolerate? Is data actually objective…
 
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