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I'M JUST SAYIN' ENTERTAINMENT ANDREA & THE GIRLZ - (Gen X, Millennials, Gen Z): I'm Just Sayin' is where folks in the Entertainment industry come to chat, regurgitate what's on their minds and to share their views on current events, life and happenings in and outside of Entertainment, past and present. Entertainment folk are people too, and with mental health issues running rampant, especially since COVID, we need a place to release, to express ourselves. Talking, like laughter, is the best ...
 
Your Political Playlist is your definitive guide to politics in the new Presidential administration and the new Congress, explained by the women who know it best. Every week join host Emily Tisch Sussman, a veteran of political campaigns, for smart, bite-size conversations with women at the seat of power and activism. Over the past three seasons, the show has brought you over 50 guests, including Secretary Hillary Clinton, Stacey Abrams, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, broken news in The New York Time ...
 
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Drown the Noise

Andrea Lynett : Journalist, Adventurer & Entrepreneur

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Drown the Noise is designed to highlight stories from entrepreneurs, change-makers and forward thinkers, drowning the noise in their lives to leave a lasting legacy. Through authentic conversations with inspiring individuals, we uncover how they found the courage to live life on their own terms and follow their dreams. Learn more at www.andrealynett.com
 
EPIDEMIC is a weekly podcast on the science, public health, and social impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Hear from some of the world’s leading infectious disease, public health, and other experts. We’ll help you understand the latest science, the bigger context, and bring you diverse angles—from history to politics to virology—depth and texture you won’t get elsewhere. Hosted by Dr. Celine Gounder, an infectious disease specialist and epidemiologist who worked on tuberculosis and HIV in su ...
 
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Ron & Andrea review "Eve's Bayou" starring Jurnee Smollett, Samuel Jackson, Dianne Caroll, Lynn Whitfield, Debbie Morgan, Meghan Good and Roger Guenveur. Listen as they dissect the film, director's choices, scenes, setting, intentions and more. Then stay tuned as we share a bit of Part 2 of this episode with, "Doubt" starring…
 
Join us for a special episode of “Your Political Playlist,” as host Emily Tisch Sussman sits down with both Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm. During her conversation with Senator Gillibrand for Parents Magazine’s Moms Run the World series, Emily spoke with her about how the reconciliation bill was inspired by polici…
 
Kent Davis, (Actor/Producer), discusses his character in the film His Pain. We also discuss the flip side of abuse, when the man is the victim, and how abuse affects everyone... INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK @AndreaClinton_ @Teaclinton13 @iamkentdavis MUSIC: Every Day is a Dog Day by Tommy ClintonBy Andrea Clinton & Friends
 
We continue our conversation about men's fascination with exotic women, how it affects Black women in their culture and sisterhood. We then dive into the new crave sweeping the nation, women proposing to men on bended knee. Yessssss! INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK @AndreaClinton_ Teaclinton @Dee_ohh_p.e_ Peighton Bryant @IPutthesinonmyback Lisavilsa @alixpoage…
 
Crazy-Girl Ms Micky is a co-host to the podcast, BUT, I just had to interview her, as she's a focused actor. In this interview, she shares her experience as an actor in film, theatre, and Off Broadway. She also shares the lessons she's learned along the way, being a Black Actor, the road ahead and more. ***Good for those going into acting or wantin…
 
***When the Husband is the Abused*** Clarence Williams IV shares his vision on the film, His Pain, a film that sheds light on a side of spousal abuse we just don't hear about everyday. He shares his filmmaking process and how he bought it all together to produce a film that sheds light on spousal abuse of another kind. INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK @AndreaCli…
 
***COMEDY*** We all love to laugh, however, the undertaking of becoming a comedian is no easy task. Comedian/Actor Derrick OC Reid sits with Andrea Clinton to discuss stand up comedy. He discusses his experience, do's and don'ts, and gives advice to people considering stand up comedy as a profession. INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK @AndreaClinton_ @Teaclinton13…
 
THIS EPISODE IS A MUST LISTEN TO Investigator Chandra Cleveland shares with us, she and her teams findings when investigating and saving girls who have been sex trafficked. There is information here that can help you understand EXACTLY what human trafficking is here in USA, who's doing is, how, why and more. She drops some great information you MUS…
 
Coming Wednesday, we have a special episode that will enlighten you on the real deal about human trafficking in our communities. We know there are various types of human trafficking, however, what's plaguing Black and Latino communities most is sex trafficking. Stay tuned for more KEY information, and be sure to share so we can educate all the comm…
 
Staxx Cordero - Actor/Writer/Producer/Director and now Author. Many wonder how they will enter in the entertainment industry and how one gets opportunities and maintain the course while dealing with life on their journey to pursue a career on the big screen. In this episode, Staxx Cordero shares her journey and how she stays relevant in the enterta…
 
This episode of the I'm Just Sayin' podcast is sponsored by People Helping People, Inc., an art and entertainment, non-profit organization that utilizes the arts and other means to help people: In the episode of Season 1, In answer to, "I am disgusted and can't believe..." the ladies discuss topics trending on social media and in the news. You can …
 
This episode of the I'm Just Sayin' podcast is sponsored by People Helping People, Inc., an art and entertainment, non-profit organization that utilizes the arts and other means to help people: Caprio Jackson continues as he explains the block chain, how it works and is in relation to securing our intellectual property and more, regarding Entertain…
 
This episode of the I'm Just Sayin' podcast is sponsored by People Helping People, Inc., an art and entertainment, non-profit organization that utilizes the arts and other means to help people: Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to sit in a Clubhouse room where they were discussing bitcoin. That conversation in turn led us to a discussion abo…
 
Just a taste of the fun me-Andrea, Peighton, Alex & Ms. Micky have during the show. We as entertainers discuss various topics, some serious, but many are funny or just plain odd and different. We definitely set the tone for what I'm Just Sayin' podcast is about and produced for. This is a place for entertainers to come and unwind, talk, regurgitate…
 
I'm Just Sayin' Podcast is sponsored by, People Helping People, Arts & Entertainment department, a non-profit organization. I'm Just Sayin' Podcast is a Podcast that gives those in Entertainment a platform and home to converse about any and everything on their minds. We give our points of view on news, entertainment items or issues etc., and also a…
 
For the season finale of “Your Political Playlist,” host Emily Tisch Sussman sits down with Chelsea Clinton to share in their experiences as mothers of three young children and dove into the impact of the pandemic on children’s mental health. Together they explore what it was like raising kids in a pandemic and how we use stories and conversations …
 
"It's a really interesting question: how do we get closure in this pandemic? I think a lot of people have hurt and loss that's not been acknowledged. I think acknowledging that loss is very important." - Andy Slavitt In this final episode of season 1 of EPIDEMIC, we look back on the coronavirus pandemic and how we can move forward with one of our f…
 
This week, host Emily Tisch Sussman is bringing a panel conversation to you from the 92nd Street Y’s State of Democracy Summit. After the insurrection that occurred on January 6th, experts are inspecting how technology and misinformation can directly impact Democracy as we know it. Emily talks with a panel of experts to understand exactly how this …
 
On this week’s special episode, Emily is handing over the reins to Michele Jawando to host a Juneteenth special with Yara Shahidi. As a 21-year-old actress and activist, Yara has spent the better part of her life as an outspoken advocate. From feminist in STEM to voter engagement to Black representation, she has garnered respect from Hollywood lege…
 
"Pregnant women who have SARS-CoV-2 are more likely to be admitted to the ICU, to need a ventilator and are more likely to die than women of the same age who are not pregnant. Pregnancy definitely makes getting COVID-19 much more dangerous." -Andrea Edlow Some of the most persistent myths about coronavirus and the vaccines developed to fight it hav…
 
"The pandemic has given us an opportunity to finally change this and if we don't, the economic impact from the fallout of women in the workforce is going to be devastating." -Erika Moritsugu The pandemic has upended caregiving and what it means to be a working mom. More than 2 million women have left the workforce because of the cost and effort of …
 
After a shoutout from Taylor Swift on Twitter, GLAAD's President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis joins Emily to talk about policies needed to advance LGBTQ+ rights, as well as the importance of the Equality Act, which sits in Congress. This month the LGBTQ+ community and allies across the world celebrate Pride Month. It’s a month of celebration and a refl…
 
"When you're building a system like a vaccine passport you're potentially excluding millions of people because they don't have this thing that once was optional, but has now become indispensable." -Albert Fox Cahn How do you let people who are fully vaccinated get back to normal life without creating super-spreader events for those who haven’t yet …
 
The 2020 election had a record turnout, but since then 22 states and counting have enacted laws to limit voting. The hundreds of voter suppression bills in states across the country that have been introduced are a direct response to the ‘Big Lie’ - a conspiracy theory developed by Republicans falsely claiming that the 2020 election was fraudulent. …
 
Over the past month, the ongoing Israel-Palestine crisis has propelled the topic back into the spotlight. This week, Emily is handing over the microphone to educator, entrepreneur, and activist Jenna Arnold and her husband Jeremy Goldberg, a board member for Seeds of Peace and Search for Common Ground, to discuss their perspective about what is hap…
 
"You can't fight scarcity with scarcity. The only way out of the vaccine problem is by making a lot more of it." -James Krellenstein India is the world's largest supplier of vaccines but the government there suspended the export of all COVID-19 vaccines after a devastating outbreak this spring. This is just the latest reason why global health leade…
 
We have heard it repeatedly: women have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, Emily sits down with The Second Shift co-founder Jenny Galluzzo to talk about how companies can empower women to rejoin the workforce. Instead of thinking about government policy this week, we’re considering the role of the private sector i…
 
"It's a triumph of science and engineering that we now have multiple effective COVID vaccines. We just need to find the political will to invest a bit more money and deploy them around the world." -Chris Morten President Joe Biden said the United States would be the world's "arsenal of vaccines" but critics say current plans to donate 80 million do…
 
The Biden Administration has clearly made the care economy a priority: first with an investment in the American Rescue Plan, then through additional investments in child care, at-home care, and early education. After being tasked with selling the American Jobs Plan to the public, Secretary of Commerce, Gina Raimondo sits down with host, Emily Tisch…
 
"They benefit from traffic no matter if it's good information or malignant misinformation. " -Imran Ahmed During the pandemic, disinformation campaigns have been targeting people of color with lies like African Americans can't get COVID or denying the pandemic is even real. In this episode, we’re going to hear more about how these disinformation ne…
 
Today, Emily is exploring the more personal side of politics, with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. Following her conversation with the governor in the fall, Emily is talking with the governor this Mother’s Day, about how she has navigated being a mother all while leading the state through a historic pandemic. After having protesters with semi-a…
 
This week, Emily is sitting down with Crystal McCrary, award-winning film and television producer, director, author, lawyer, mother, and activist. Crystal details how she was one of Vice President Harris’s first calls when Senator Harris was deciding to run for President, and how she then took her experience with Vice President Harris’s campaign to…
 
"What we really need to be doing is not belittle people. Don't wag your finger at them. Don't make them feel stupid or small for not having gotten the vaccine yet. Talk to them about why it's safe." - Gov. Chris Christie Conservatives have emerged as the group least likely to say they’ll get vaccinated. Getting more conservative Americans comfortab…
 
Last night, President Biden delivered his first speech to a joint session of Congress highlighting his priorities just days before his 100th day in office. After passing a historic COVID relief bill and announcing massive spending plans, Biden has made his plans to invest in the country clear. This week, Emily is sitting down with Tamara Fucile to …
 
"Disinformation is a deliberate falsehood put out to mislead an audience. But what we see more of are true bits of information where necessary context has been removed or manipulated in a way that makes it technically true but wildly misleading." -Bret Schafer In this episode of EPIDEMIC, we’re going to look at disinformation during the pandemic. S…
 
In honor of Earth Day, Emily is sitting down with Jacqueline Patterson, Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice program who has dedicated her career to fighting for communities most impacted by climate change. Emily talks with Jacqui about how and why climate change disproportionately impacts the communities who contribute to it the…
 
"I don't think that herd immunity is a possibility for SARS CoV-2. I think there's going to be a different kind of equilibrium that we reach in the future where humans and SARS-CoV-2 co-exist in a much milder, more benign way." -Jennie Lavine The end of the pandemic might not mean the end of SARS-CoV-2. In fact, many scientists think COVID is here …
 
President Biden’s newly announced American Jobs Plan is a massive investment into everything from roads and bridges, broadband, clean water, child care, and more. Today, Emily is sitting down with transportation expert and reporter at Politico, Tanya Snyder. They dive into why infrastructure matters in terms of climate change, broadband, and equity…
 
"The messaging that we've done in West Virginia is, look, we are leading the country, and that has really given people a sense that we can dispel a lot of negative stereotypes. We can be a world leader in a positive way." -Chris Martin Rural America's vaccine rollout has bucked expectations. A recent survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation found t…
 
The tragedy in Atlanta and the sharp rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans have made it clear that we all have a part to play to #StopAsianHate. This week, Emily is talking with Congresswoman Grace Meng about the dramatic increase in anti-Asian hate over the past year and her leadership with the COVID-19 hate crimes bill that she introduced i…
 
"This virus does not discriminate. The vaccine is what is going to help to get us out of this crisis and stop the depth and the harm and the pain, which is what we're suffering two to three times more than our white counterparts." -Sandra Lindsay Reports show that Black Americans are less likely to get vaccinated than the general population but Bla…
 
COVID-19 has pulled back the curtain on unpaid and unseen labor in the household, exposing the inequalities that still exist in millions of homes in the United States. As the founder and CEO of Girls Who Code and mother, Reshma Saujani has felt the same strain between work and home life that millions of mothers have felt over the past year. This we…
 
"We have to have a conversation where we take people's fears seriously and try to figure out what is going on there." -Vanessa Gamble Black Americans are twice as likely to die from COVID as white Americans. Despite this, polls show that African-Americans are less interested in receiving the vaccine than other groups. But for people of color who do…
 
"I think a lot of people don't understand how fearful Chinese Americans and other Asian Americans are in this moment" -Toby Chow On March 16, a gunman in Atlanta killed eight people. Six of them were women of Asian descent. During the last 12 months, anti-Asian hate crimes were up 150% in the United States but the coronavirus pandemic is not the fi…
 
Food is essential to the lives of every person - and it intersects with climate change, education, health, infrastructure and more. In 2020, there were more than 50 million food insecure Americans, creating an unprecedented need for solutions to our food economy. This week Emily is sitting down with Ellen Gustafson, co-founder of FEED Projects and …
 
"This is an invisible war and if we don't use our weapons we are not going to win it." -Ester Sabino In the fall of 2020, the Brazilian city of Manaus had the highest SARS CoV-2 infection rate in the world — possibly as high as 75 percent. Some speculated that with rates of infection this high, there would not be enough people left for the virus to…
 
An unlikely new grassroots coalition is forming to join in fighting for women’s rights, against climate change, and against human rights violations. Elizabeth Segran started the movement by calling on President Biden to appoint a “Fashion Czar.” Now, after more than 80 experts in the fashion industry signed on to a letter to Congress, Emily sits do…
 
"We easily have never had as high a level of vaccination acceptance as we have now but we've asked a lot more of the public. The resistance that we see today is a response, in part, to that compounded request over time." - Elena Conis The vast majority of Americans accept vaccines but concerns about the effect vaccines could theoretically have on k…
 
Although school shootings have been out of the news due to the pandemic, America’s problem of gun violence has not gone away. Georgia Congresswoman Lucy McBath is an unlikely politician. Her son Jordan was murdered at 17 years old over a dispute about loud music. As the Background Checks Act makes its way through Congress, Emily talks with Congress…
 
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