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WELCOME TO THE EMPLOYEE SURVIVAL GUIDE® PODCASTThe Employee Survival Guide® is a podcast only for employees. We will share with you all the information your employer does not want you to know about and guide you through various important employment law issues. The goal of the Employee Survival Guide® podcast is to provide you with critical insights about your employment and give you the confidence to protect your job and career, especially during difficult times.YOUR HOST MARK CAREYThe Emplo ...
 
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The Internationalist

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The Internationalist

Association of Commonwealth Universities

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The Internationalist is a podcast from the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU). In each episode, academics, students and practitioners from across the Commonwealth take on the current debates in higher education. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
For months after three white men chased Ahmaud Arbery to his death, Georgia of 2020 looked disconcertingly like Georgia of 1950. This is the story of the long arc of injustice in the American South -- and of the persistence that brought worldwide attention to coastal Georgia. Prior seasons tell the story of Isaiah Nixon, who was killed for voting in 1948 (season one), and A.C. Hall, who police shot in the back in 1962 because they mistakenly thought he was a thief (season two). Hosted by Han ...
 
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Diversity Chat

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Diversity Chat

Peter Shinn and Anthony Wade

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Diversity Chat is a weekly podcast on current diversity and human relations issues. This 15 minute program begins with a five minute round-up of the week's top human relations news, followed by a 10 minute discussion of that news by experts in the field. Human relations issues are both plentiful and complex. And while we can't hope to address all of them, let alone have all the answers, we can promise you a thoughtful and entertaining discussion each and every week (unless we're too busy, in ...
 
We live in a world where at times the negativity and hopelessness around us keep us in a dark place. This podcast is designed to discover ways to build bridges between the rivers of division and misunderstanding. The focus will be on racial healing and reconciliation. To accomplish this enormous task I will introduce knowledgeable guests to address the issues in the black and other ethnic communities that most people are not aware of or don't completely understand. Only truth can build the b ...
 
Comic and writer Alex Barnett is the White, Jewish husband of a Black woman (who converted to Judaism) and the father of a 6-year-old, Biracial son. Join him and his guests each episode as they discuss the issues that confront multiracial families (including the dynamics between members of the same family who are of different races).
 
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SAGE Sociology

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SAGE Sociology

SAGE Publications Ltd.

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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Sociology. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
The How Not To Screw Up Your Kids podcast is for parents, grandparents, educators, and anyone else who wants to be part of a movement to raise confident children who grow up believing in themselves. The greatest gift we can give our children is self-belief. It will get them further in life than any qualification and is absolutely possible for each and every child; we just need the right information and support around us to teach them. The old saying ‘it takes a village to raise a child” coul ...
 
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The Pie

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The Pie

Becker Friedman Institute at UChicago

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Join BFI for an extra slice of The Pie, our expanded podcast series drawn from presentations and conversations with UChicago scholars on cutting edge research and key events of the day.
 
Police brutality. Government corruption. A struggle for gender equality. The fight for a free press. You know how they say history repeats itself? Fifty years ago, legendary television host David Frost interviewed the most influential thinkers, politicians, activists, and cultural icons of their time. And most of those tapes have been lost for a generation. Until now.The Frost Tapes takes you on a deep dive into David Frost’s archives featuring guests like Black Panthers Huey Newton and Stok ...
 
myFace’s Dina Zuckerberg hosts a monthly broadcast and podcast series with interviews and roundtable discussions from the craniofacial community. myFace, myStory aims to help educate the public about craniofacial differences and what those with facial differences deal with as individuals and as a community. Sharing these stories will enable those within the community to feel empowered by letting them know they are not alone and that their voices are heard.
 
Asia Pacific Forum is the progressive pan-Asian radio show broadcast every Monday night from 9-10pm on WBAI 99.5 FM in New York City and live on the web. We cover underreported stories from Asia, as well as Asian American politics and culture. Each week we talk to authors like Arundhati Roy, Jessica Hagedorn, and Jeff Chang; activists and politicos like Yuri Kochiyama, Mike Honda, and Monami Maulik; intellectuals like Tariq Ali, Vandana Shiva, and Vijay Prashad; artists like DJ Rekha, David ...
 
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Speaking Frankly

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California Prevention Training Center

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Good sexual health doesn't just happen, it's created. In this series, we'll talk with experts in the field about sex, money, power, race, education, and all of the other factors that shape our sexual wellbeing. When we open up the dialogue around sex and remove the stigma, we'll get closer to the healthy communities we all want to see.
 
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Fundamentally Right

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European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

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Your rights matter! The Fundamentally Right podcast is a thought-provoking series. It looks at the human rights at the heart of European society. The personal stories of people working at the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights let you know what is behind these rights, and how we can make them a reality for all. Earshot Strategies produced the series for the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights.
 
NEXT was a radio show and podcast that aired its final episode in May 2021 after a successful five-year run. The weekly program focused on New England, one of America's oldest places, at a time of change. NEXT was produced at Connecticut Public Radio and featured stories from journalists across the New England News Collaborative. Most recently, the program was hosted by Morgan Springer. With New England as our laboratory, NEXT asked questions about how we power our society, how we move aroun ...
 
Mokah Speaks is an episodic podcast series that brings open and honest dialogue around race-racism, social injustices, politics and everyday challenges while being and living black in America. Listen and engage as Mokah shares her journey and perspective as an Jamaican/American activist, educator, and mother; alongside her co-host DJ BlacqueStarr. This podcast is curated to educate, provoke thought, and encourage listeners to speak your mind, speak your truth and take action and includes a s ...
 
If you or someone you know is suffering at work, contact The Law Office of David H. Rosenberg, P.C. Problems at work are no problem for us. Visit www.employeelawny.com for more information The Law Office of David H. Rosenberg P.C. are top New York sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and #metoo lawyers dedicated to providing high quality representation to employees suffering from a hostile work environment. If you or someone you know has been wrongfully terminated, contact The Law ...
 
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Job candidates rarely know when hidden artificial intelligence tools are rejecting their resumes or analyzing their video interviews. But New York City residents could soon get more say over the computers making behind-the-scenes decisions about their careers. A bill passed by the city council in early November would ban employers from using automa…
 
(JOHANNESBURG) — A new coronavirus variant has been detected in South Africa that scientists say is a concern because of its high number of mutations and rapid spread among young people in Gauteng, the country's most populous province, Health Minister Joe Phaahla announced Thursday. The coronavirus evolves as it spreads and many new variants, inclu…
 
For many years, Americans have had a holiday right after Thanksgiving that prompted a lot of buying. It is called Christmas. But it was a whole month away, and allegedly predicated on some non-retail themed historical event, so unto us a new ritual was born, known as Black Friday. It too has history; it's the day when many retailers' accounts move …
 
For the first time in decades, we are in the midst of a bona-fide inflation scare. Recent numbers came in at 6.2%, the highest since 1990. With government spending in the trillions and economic activity surging as the pandemic wanes, much of the world is beset by high demand for goods that have created massive supply-chain bottlenecks, with not eno…
 
Many major global cities saw a significant decrease in competitiveness during the COVID-19 pandemic, as governments tightened border restrictions and imposed tough social distancing restrictions, according to the 2021 Global Power City Index (GPCI). It remains to be seen whether, in the post-pandemic world of work, these global hubs will retain the…
 
Sweden’s first female prime minister, Magdalena Andersson, got the worst possible start to her tenure when she was forced to resign only hours after her historic appointment. The resignation was triggered after a junior partner to Andersson’s Social Democrats left her government over the loss of next year’s budget vote.…
 
JPMorgan Chase chief Jamie Dimon knew as soon as the words came out of his mouth that the joke about China could land him in hot water. “I was just in Hong Kong, I made a joke that the Communist Party is celebrating its 100th year. So is JPMorgan. And I’ll make you a bet we last longer,” he said on Tuesday at a Boston event. Then he added: “I can’t…
 
The jury finds all three defendants guilty of murder. Sentencing will come later, but the three will almost surely live out their years in prison. A case that was all about race comes to a close with almost no mention of race in the courtroom. Outside the court, two of the defense attorneys are condemned for comments that inflamed much of the natio…
 
Children who find their voice have a strong sense of who they are, are able to stand up for themselves, can express their views without fear, are respectful of others, accept differences, and as a result are well-liked by their peers. I believe, as parents, we should all be striving to raise children with a voice as all these character traits are k…
 
In this episode of the National Roundtable Podcast we give thanks for you, and discuss Thanksgiving and its origins. We'll have a light-hearted conversation about what's on the Thanksgiving table at each of the guy's households, and also discuss the current state of shortages and inflation. And we give great thanks to the Lord, our God, for the bou…
 
Grappling with Europe’s punishing fourth wave of COVID-19, Austria’s government took bold steps to combat the spread of the disease on Friday — not merely sending the country back into lockdown for three weeks, but also announcing the first national COVID-19 vaccine mandate in the western world. Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg says the mandate, d…
 
An 8-year-old boy became the sixth person to die Tuesday as a result of a man driving his SUV into a suburban Milwaukee Christmas parade, with a criminal complaint alleging that the suspect in the case steered side-to-side with the intent of striking marchers and spectators. Darrell Brooks Jr., 39, was charged with five counts of first-degree inten…
 
When Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai seemingly disappeared from public view after posting allegations that a top Chinese official sexually assaulted her, the Women’s Tennis Association made repeated requests to speak to Peng—and demanded that China investigate her allegations. But, it appears that the the International Olympic Committee (IOC), not…
 
(NEW YORK) — Faced with the rising cost of goods and freight, discount retail chain Dollar Tree said Tuesday it will be raising its prices to $1.25 for the majority of its products. Dollar Tree said the reason for raising its prices to $1.25 was not due to “short-term or transitory market conditions” and said the price increases were permanent.…
 
Vox Media’s series of explainer videos failed badly when it tried to use science to suggest that monogamy doesn’t really fit with human nature. We asked Dan Kuebler, Professor of Biology and Dean of the School of Natural and Applied Sciences at Franciscan University, to help us understand monogamy in a more adult way, using both scientific and mora…
 
In recent weeks, Russia has advanced more than 100,000 soldiers to its border with Ukraine. The Ukrainian government, fearing an attack, has called on Europe and the U.S. for help. A Kremlin spokesperson says Russia poses no threat to anyone, but its 2014 invasion of Crimea and its ongoing material support for separatist rebels in Ukraine’s Donbas …
 
The short skirts. The sparkly pompoms. The sassy hip sways. The grandchildren. They are the Milwaukee Dancing Grannies, a marching, dancing holiday fixture in Wisconsin for nearly 40 years, and a joyful twist on America’s expectations that parades are supposed to feature mainly school-age dance troupes. But tragedy struck the group when, as they ma…
 
Samsung Electronics has decided to build an advanced U.S. chip plant in Texas, a win for the Biden administration as it prioritizes supply chain security and greater semiconductor capacity on American soil. South Korea’s largest company has decided on the city of Taylor, roughly 30 miles from its existing giant manufacturing hub in Austin, a person…
 
Jurors make their decisions in isolation. The problem is that in some cases, their verdicts can have sweeping consequences. The case of Kyle Rittenhouse is one of those cases. A Wisconsin jury acquitted him of all charges relating to his conduct in the streets of Kenosha in August 2020 that left two men dead and another wounded. For some observers,…
 
(WAUKESHA, Wis.) — A joyous scene of marching bands and children dancing in Santa hats and waving pompoms turned deadly in an instant, as an SUV sped through barricades and into a Christmas parade in suburban Milwaukee, killing at least five people and injuring more than 40 others. One video showed a woman screaming, “Oh my God!” repeatedly as a gr…
 
Outgoing Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte finalized his candidacy Monday for a senate seat in elections scheduled for May 2022, just days after his daughter Sara Duterte-Carpio filed her bid for the vice presidency. The move is seen as an effort by the Dutertes to enhance their prominence in a country notorious for its dynastic politics—as well…
 
Movies about childless adults learning great life lessons from children are generally a terrible idea—unless they’re made by Mike Mills, whose semi-autobiographical reflections on his own upbringing resulted in the marvelous 20th Century Women, one of the finest films of 2016.
 
For a century and a half, melting snow and ice have been the most recognizable visual evidence of climate change. You can see it in the Arctic Ocean, where the first ice-free summer in two and a half million years is predicted by 2035; in the Alps, where half of the range’s iconic glacial ice has vanished; and in the Rockies, Great Lakes and even N…
 
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy rose at 8:38 p.m. Thursday, ostensibly to speak in opposition to Democrats’ social-spending and climate bill. But it quickly became apparent that he was auditioning for the jo…
 
Spreading misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines has never been more lucrative. The past year has created a thriving online marketplace for unproven COVID-19 “wonder drugs,” fraudulent vaccination cards, fake religious or medical exemptions, and other products geared towards the millions of Americans who follow anti-vaccine groups and influencers, …
 
When the roots of modern-day polyamory, sexual freedom, and "free love" are discussed, they're often traced back to the 1960s—the era of hippies, the movement for queer rights, and the “sexual revolution.” But in the U.S., those ideas are a century older still: The above video looks back at the life and legacy of Victoria Woodhull who, in the 1870s…
 
A week after The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears debuted on FX and Hulu, this past February, Justin Timberlake took to Instagram with what was presumably a response. “I am deeply sorry for the times in my life where my actions have contributed to the problem, where I spoke out of turn, or did not speak up for what was right,” he wro…
 
On Nov. 18, Muhammad Aziz and Khalil Islam—convicted of the 1965 assassination of Malcolm X—were exonerated after serving more than 20 years in prison. When I saw the news I thought, wow, this is significant. To get to this point of reexamination; to exonerate these two men—one posthumously because he is no longer with us and the other who is still…
 
When Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai went public with a bombshell sexual assault accusation against a retired top official, China's response was to censor all discussion of the allegation internally—and dismiss growing international concern over Peng's whereabouts and safety.
 
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. It’s mighty tempting to treat Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene as an aberration in Washington, someone so far out of the American political mainstream that she can and should be ignored. That would be a mistake—fo…
 
myFace’s Dina Zuckerberg sat down for a discussion with Ariel Henley as they discussed her new memoir A Face for Picasso, and how she is using her personal story as a platform to advocate for mainstream inclusivity for the craniofacial community and to further educate the world about the experiences of those living with facial differences to help e…
 
In this episode of the Employee Survival Guide, Mark provides the top ten employment tips for recent college graduates, and everyone else. College grads are learning how to work, but college never prepared them for real actual work. Mark can help here by explanation important topics these college grads will definitely face in their new jobs. In thi…
 
This week the National Crawford Roundtable examines the Kyle Rittenhouse case, the 18-year-old who is accused of killing 2 protestors and injuring another during the unrest in Kenosha, Wisconson. Rittenhouse, then 17 years old, claims he was present to defend the property and lives of the citizens there, and that the shootings were done in self def…
 
During the pandemic many employees decided to work remotely from abroad, or got stuck abroad during lockdown, and now many want to continue these remote arrangements. There are a range of issues to consider when employees work remotely from another jurisdiction. In our latest podcast we discuss the topic and the main employment law issues employers…
 
Broadly speaking I would put fear into two categories. The fear which is real and the fear which we perceive. Perceived fear occurs when we encounter a situation which feels overwhelming. We imagine all manner of scenarios which don’t bode well. We are in no real life threatening or immediate danger but our body reacts as though it were. Our fight,…
 
In the second part of our discussion with Father Hugh Barbour about Catholic Faith and the transgender movement, he brings out a forgotten document from Pope John XXIII. The document was never promulgated by the Second Vatican Council, but it says a great deal about how the Church thinks about sex, and sex “reassignment.”Listen to the first part he…
 
Meeting new author Juan Lee. Juan is a transformational speaker, author, and teacher on the powerful principle of love. For over 30 years, he has studied organized religion to find the elements that unite humanity and share the message with those who need it. Based outside of Washington DC, Juan has many career experiences including serving in the …
 
Some of you may know that on 28th October 2021 I wrote across all my social media accounts that I had found my continued use of social media platforms untenable with my passion for children's wellbeing. I want this episode to be an honest conversation about social media so we can make more informed decisions about their use for our families. As par…
 
In this episode of the National Crawford Roundtable the guys talk about counterfeit Christianity and the reinventing of Jesus. A new poll from Probe Ministries shows almost 70% of self proclaimed "born-again Christians" believe that other religious beliefs can lead souls to Heaven. This shows a worsening of the Pluralism that was shown to be at 57%…
 
Thomas Aquinas, the Church’s greatest theologian, had lots to say about the nature of the human person. So what would he say about the modern transgender movement? We asked Father Hugh Barbour.Cy Kellett:What would Thomas Aquinas say about transgenderism? Father Hugh Barbour is next.Cy Kellett:Hello, and welcome to Focus, the Catholic Answers podca…
 
We hear so many reports of incidents of hate in America we just stop listening. Today my guest Jeff Le talks about his personal experiences with hate as an Asian American and what he is doing to raise awareness. My guest is Jeff Le, a political partner at the Truman National Security Project, was deputy director of external and international affair…
 
Although the racial composition of the jury – 11 white jurors, one black – has set off alarm bells, the trial commences with three opening statements and the first prosecution witness. A Glynn County police officer’s body-cam footage filled the somber courtroom with horrific images from the scene of Ahmaud Arbery’s killing. See Privacy Policy at ht…
 
In this episode, Kenny sat down with Allison Coates, an educator working to change math education. After discussing her background growing in the education system, they discuss how the current model doesn't offer enough challenge for gifted students. They also discuss how math classes today are over-concerned with protecting students' feelings over…
 
This might be something you are right in the middle of, something you think might be coming, or you are simply listening because you want to be there for a friend or someone in your family. Either way I am glad you’re here and I hope you find it useful. Let’s start by taking away any guilt or judgement you might be harbouring. No one embarks on the…
 
This week the National Crawford Roundtable reviews last night's elections in Virginia and New Jersey, and the World Series. With an amazing win for Republicans in Virginia, and the count too close to call in the New Jersey Governor's election, the guys discuss how this will affect upcoming elections. Also, the Roundtable talks about the Atlanta Bra…
 
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