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Are you easily confused by terms like cultural appropriation, cisgender, toxic masculinity, twunk, queer, black girl magic, and woke? Or maybe you’re tired of explaining terms like these and you need a community that gets you! Welcome to Minority Korner, where we take an introspective look at the world. through an intersectional lens. Join James: a queer, political, comedian, self proclaimed, sexy blerd (that’s Black Nerd) and each week he's joined in the Korner by another fabulous minority ...
 
Hi, I'm Paul. This is my podcast where I teach people about productivity, business and self-improvement. I'm completely obsessed with productivity, automation, optimising my time and income so I can live on my terms. I now earn a living as a “virtual consultant” and love sharing what I've learned about how to grow successful and productive businesses. Enjoy the show!
 
Hosted by Chris Welsh aka The Welsh of www.inthisleague.com. Prospect One is a fantasy baseball podcast dedicated to MiLB Baseball. You'll find no shortage of minor league ranks around the internet, but those aren't looked at from the fantasy perspective. Prospect One with Chris Welsh is doing just that! Living in Arizona, Welsh visits the Arizona Fall League, AZL League, Spring Training and more to study some of the top prospects, as well as interview some of the smartest minds in the minor ...
 
Hosted by David Oaks, of WorldStage Development. Minor Touches To Major Gifts is a discussion of how paying attention to minor touches leads to major gifts for your nonprofit. David and his guests wrestle with such topics as how to say 'thank-you' with excellence; How that with major gifts, major people & major opportunities: YOU GOTTA ASK! How that most million dollar gifts are preceded by one-hundred dollar test gifts; What is the ONE thing you you want to try to get a first time donor to ...
 
Sharon Lee Thony and Raman Sehgal are two MODERN MINORITIES - Asian-American industry pros "making it" (?) - even though they never became the doctors their parents wanted them to be. Each week, they are joined by folks of all stripes - entrepreneurs, corporates, athletes, reporters, politicians, entertainers, and more - to uncover how our different cultural backgrounds shape how we uniquely experience the world. MODERN MINORITIES is a collection of conversations about work and life through ...
 
Voted “Favorite Political Podcast” by Apple Podcasts listeners. Stephen Colbert says "Everybody should listen to the Slate Political Gabfest." The Gabfest, featuring Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson, and David Plotz, is the kind of informal and irreverent discussion Washington journalists have after hours over drinks.
 
Seeing Color is a podcast that talks with cultural workers and artists of color in order to expand the area of what is a predominantly white space in the arts. With discussions shifting between art and race, Zhiwan Cheung hashes out with guests a range of topics about the creative process in a white-dominated art world.
 
Tiny Victories is the 15 minute podcast that pushes back on the notion that you have to "go big" or "go home". Sometimes just going is the victory. Each week, hosts Annabelle Gurwitch and Laura House invite listeners to adopt a TINY victory frame of mind, and share tales of fleeting joys and minor accomplishments in this majorly messed-up world.
 
The ADHD Manual: How to survive with a colorful brain in a black and white world. Living with ADHD in a world built for neurotypicals (people with the most common brains) is like trying to follow an IKEA assembly manual for our Hot Wheels race car track pieces. We could toss this rocket launcher and buy crappy plastic pins. Or we could toss the manual and write our own.
 
A mix of true crime, social justice, and education, the Legally Abled Podcast provides compelling perspectives by people with disabilities, experts, and advocates about current legal cases, events and resources pertaining to navigating life and the law with disability. Hosted by Ashley Jacobson, MA, CRC, who has devoted her career to working with the disability community, this podcast dives into the complex and captivating issues facing one of the largest minority groups in the United States.
 
Your Words. Your Podcast. A show for the writers, poets, note takers big and small. A show for the listeners looking to unwind, relate, feel connected. Dead Letter Radio is a podcast focused on sharing the human experience, minor or major, fiction or non-fiction, through original art and writing. Submit your poems, short stories, letters that you have never sent. I want to hear, read, and share them. Sit back and listen to the what the world is whispering.
 
The HR Rescue podcast is hosted by Human Resource expert Jenni Stone MHRM, SHRM-CP, PHR where she addresses some of the most common HR issues within every small business. Whether you are a newly certified HR professional, business owner or office manager these simple tips can help keep your business in compliance and help prevent a minor issue from becoming a serious problem.
 
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On July 23, 1993, 56-year-old James Jordan was killed in Robeson County, North Carolina, with both 17-year-old Larry Martin Demery or 18-year-old Daniel Andre Green alleged to be the triggerman. Almost 30-years later, it remains uncertain which teenager murdered the father of one of the most famous athletes on the planet. This episode is brought to…
 
This month is a podcast collaboration/discussion with Jenny Bhatt (author of Each of Us Killers and Ratno Dholi) and creator/host of the Desi Books podcast. Jenn and Jenny discussed creating platforms to celebrate marginalized writers, indie vs. big publishing, and how authors can build their platform by building community in a genuine way. [Transc…
 
FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, BDV and Ray get together in REAL LIFE and have a conversation for the poddy. Our first time doing this podcast together, and we touched each other and started asking really important questions. Like what happens if Tobey McGuire doesn't show up in the new spiderman. Time is a construct. We live in a flat circle.…
 
I know many of you listening to this want to save enough money to travel around the world, after all the world is such a big place and it would be a shame to not be able to experience it. Travelling may seem daunting at first, especially when it comes to your expenses, that is why I have invited Julia Menez for this week's episode. Julia is the cre…
 
Monique Truong is an award-winning author - but she’s really a Southern girl twice over, having been born in South Vietnam and lived in the American South. Her 3 acclaimed novels are all must-reads - The Book of Salt (2003), Bitter in the Mouth (2010), and The Sweetest Fruits (2019). You can also find her writing on food and writing all over the ma…
 
One of the most effective ways of saving time and getting more done is to automate the repetitive parts of your work. By using technology to actually DO parts of your job, not only do you save time but you increase the accuracy of certain processes by removing the potential for human error to occur. As my business has grown, I’ve automated as much …
 
What you will learn in this episode: When You Don't Plan For The Important, The Tyranny Of The Urgent Becomes Your Master. When You Don't Plan For The Important, The Tyranny Of The Urgent Becomes Your Master. The Only Escape From The Tyranny Of The Urgent Is To Prioritize Planning. If you don't have a plan for your day, week, and month, others will…
 
Like Loki, MacKenzie Green is BACK! We talk Loki, the MCU, and why does James’ friends keep spoiling these shows for him!? We love our new generation of teen dramas from HBO Max’s Gossip Girl reboot, to Never Have I Ever, and Genera+ion but as Refiniery 29 points out, do all of these groundbreaking shows have a colorism issue? In the main Korner we…
 
This week Jaquelle and Sean continue their series of casual conversations, where they revisit old topics they’ve addressed but with a new twist. This week they talk about evangelism (partially inspired by a listener question). They also talk about gluten, Jaquelle’s Mother’s Helper, and chicken drumsticks. Episode Highlights 09:07: Transitioning to…
 
The gang is all here to talk about #CanMNT Gold Cup adventures, preview #CanWNT Olympic adventures, V-Cup format, review #TFClive Orlando, preview (day of recording) New York Red Bulls and Chicago games, and the usual silliness. In this episode, Kristin can’t stop going on about things being shiny, Tony is really concerned about South American food…
 
John, David and Josie discuss the escalating threats to democratic elections, minors’ rights to vaccination, and Josh Levin on the podcast One Year: 1977. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: Slate’s One Year: 1977 The Queen: The Forgotten Life Behind an American Myth, by Josh Levin Citizen Kane Ulysses, by James Joyce Here’s t…
 
Tzafrir Barzilay (Ben Gurion University of the Negev) joins Merle and Lee to discuss persecution of minorities and in particular Jews before and during the Black Death. After some background on the Black Death, Tzafrir uses the case study of Strasbourg to demonstrate how persecutions of minorities could be deeply embedded in local politics. The con…
 
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