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A fun, honest conversation about food, fertility, and women’s health. The Food Freedom Fertility podcast started when Caitlin’s mom overheard a conversation between Caitlin and Sophia about fertility nutrition. As registered dietitians and experts in their field discussing fertility nutrition and human health, their banter was funny, honest, and insightful. Sophia and Caitlin both specialize in prenatal, fertility, pregnancy, and postnatal nutrition, and invite you into their conversation ab ...
 
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CDT Tech Talks

Center for Democracy and Technology

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Tech Talks are a podcast imagined and created by the folks over at the Center for Democracy and Technology. We're a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that believes in the power of the Internet – and works to protect it, and the people it empowers. Let us know what you think – #techtalkcdt
 
FBY explores the intersections of Mind-Body Practice, Science and Psychology. This is the podcast arm of the FreedombecomesYou.com website, which hosts all the interviews, videos, and articles.... I also share audio content here related to my YogaTeacherGradSchool.com website! Theme music is by JesseBlakeMusic.com —he is amazing... Go see!
 
Ben Franklin’s World is a podcast about early American history. It is a show for people who love history and for those who want to know more about the historical people and events that have impacted and shaped our present-day world. Each episode features a conversation with an historian who helps us shed light on important people and events in early American history.
 
Caitlin of Storyspeak Enterprises talks with people in all walks of life who have chosen to think and live counter culturally in an upbeat, no holds barred style interview. From health and wellness, addiction, and entrepreneurship to faith, spirituality, and personal development, this podcast spurs laughs, knowledge, and conversations that matter. No edits. No political correctness. No restraints. Only truth. Learn more at www.storyspeak.net Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thestorysp ...
 
Welcome to Below the Berg, the podcast focused on providing a platform to showcase ambitious college-aged people currently elevating their educational experiences via internships, startups, or simply doing their own thing. My name is Evan Pesut and I am an Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering major at Purdue University. Growing up with a speech impairment throughout my entire childhood truly instilled the value of listening and ignited the passion that I have today for sharing oth ...
 
Ever wonder how there are women out there living insanely badass lives? How did they do it? How did they make it happen?! What makes them so special?! This is the place I chase down the world’s most badass women to find out exactly how they took on the dare to be HER - that badass girl they dreamed of becoming. We're getting raw + real as we unfold the true journey of what it takes to live your wildest dreams...and we ain’t holdin’ nothing back. I’m your host + founder of Dare To Be Her, Jes ...
 
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Working Blind

Holly Scott-Gardner

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Working blind shares the stories of blind people, their journey to a career and the successes and challenges they have experienced throughout their lives. I'm Holly Scott-Gardner, a disability rights advocate passionate about accessibility and inclusion. I know that blind people have one of the highest rates of unemployment of all disability groups, and I set out to change that. By connecting with blind people who are in work and sharing their stories I want to offer encouragement to younger ...
 
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The world's foremost J.D. Bricker scholar, Caitlin Morris, joins Johnny on the Porch...Of Horrors with two very scary stories and some lovely banter. Johnny gets into the spirit and tells a scary story too! (It was originally going to be only available to our Patreon subscribers but Johnny didn't understand that concept so please enjoy it for free!…
 
Benjamin Franklin was born in Boston on January 17, 1706, to Abiah Folger and Josiah Franklin. Although Franklin began his life as the youngest son of a youngest son, he traveled through many parts of what is now the northeastern United States and the Province of Quebec and lived in four different cities in three different countries: Boston, Philad…
 
One of the Caribbean islands that Christopher Columbus stopped at during his 1492-voyage was an alligator-shaped island that sits at the mouth of the Gulf of Mexico in between the Yucatán and Florida peninsulas. This is, of course, is the island of Cuba. What do we know about early Cuba, the island the Spanish described as the “Key to the Indies?” …
 
What challenges do National Park Service interpretive rangers face when they interpret non-British colonial history? How did the relationships between Ste. Geneviéve's inhabitants and Indigenous peoples change over time? NPS Interpretive Ranger Claire Casey is back to answer more of your questions about colonial Ste. Geneviéve, Missouri and the Ste…
 
It has been an incredible year for the Pipe Hitter Foundation. We've been able to support some amazing service members, first responders and their families, raise and then distribute millions of dollars in grants, and advocate for important causes. This is all thanks to our supporters. This episode is a recap of just a few of the accomplishments of…
 
About 620 miles north of New Orleans and 62 miles south of St. Louis, sits the town of Ste. Geneviéve, Missouri. Established in 1750 by the French, Ste. Geneviéve reveals much about what it was like to establish a colony in the heartland of North America and what it was like for colonists to live so far removed from seats of imperial power. Claire …
 
We have another exciting show for you this week!Twenty years after the passage of the #PatriotAct, CDT took some time to dig deep and ask a few fundamental questions: What were the key civil liberty concerns back in the fall of 2001 and how has government surveillance activities changed over the last two decades? With the benefit of 20 years of exp…
 
The first Jewish colonists in North America arrived in 1654. From that moment, Jews worked to build and contribute to early American society and the birth of the United States. Gemma Birnbaum and Melanie Meyers, the Executive Director and Director of Collections and Engagement at the American Jewish Historical Society, join us to explore the histor…
 
In 1803, the United States purchased the Louisiana Territory from France. This purchase included the important port city of New Orleans. But the United States did not just acquire the city’s land, peoples, and wealth– the American government also inherited the city’s Yellow Fever problem. Kathryn Olivarius, an Assistant Professor of History at Stan…
 
In this episode of Food, Freedom and Fertility Caitlin and Sophia help you find a way through the holiday season while trying to conceive. Caitlin Johnson is back from her maternity leave and ready to give you tons of tips and pointers to not only get you through this holiday season but make it enjoyable while TTC. One of the biggest reminders is t…
 
On this week’s episode of Food, Freedom and Fertility Sophia Pavia interviews Dr. Merhi about IVF and the variety of work his center is currently working on. Dr. Merhi is the founder and the medical director of Rejuvenating Fertility Center (RFC). He is an internationally recognized fertility doctor, lecturer, editor, and grant reviewer. His traini…
 
What has enabled the American experiment in democracy to endure for nearly 250 years? What is it about early American history that captivates peoples’ attention and makes them want to support the creation of historical scholarship and the sharing of historical knowledge? David M. Rubenstein, the co-founder and co-chairman of The Carlyle Group and a…
 
On this week’s episode of Food, Freedom and Fertility. Sophia Pavia is a solo host as her co-host Caitlin Johnson has given birth to a baby boy! Stay tuned for Caitlin’s birth story in a future episode. This week’s guest is Rachel Mast who is an Idaho Licensed Midwife and Certified Professional Midwife. She graduated from Birthwise Midwifery School…
 
On this very special episode of Johnny Winjoe's Porch Of Horrors, the amazing Jane Mitchell and Johnny are driving back from a gig when they find themselves engulfed in a torrential rainstorm. They wisely pull off to a small side road, stop the car, and recall a very scary story. Jane's hilarious comedy Substack, Yesterday's Horoscope, can be found…
 
We have another exciting show for you this week!Last month, CDT released two complementary reports, the first report, Online and Observed: Student Privacy Implications of School-Issued Devices and Student Activity Monitoring Software, an interview-based study, examining local education agencies use of, and motivations for using monitoring software …
 
On this week’s episode of Food, Freedom and Fertility. Sophia Pavia is the solo host because Caitlin Johnson is on maternity leave. Trigger warning this episode discusses pregnancy loss. This week’s guest is Julie Sawaya is the co-founder of Needed, a nutrition platform dedicated to optimally nourishing women before, during, and after pregnancy. Ne…
 
We rejoin Colin Calloway, Professor of History and Native American Studies at Dartmouth College, in this bonus episode so he can answer more of your questions about Native American experiences in early American cities. Show Notes: https://www.benfranklinsworld.com/314 Join Ben Franklin's World! Subscribe and help us bring history right to your ears…
 
Have you ever considered early American cities as places where Native Americans lived, worked, and visited? Native Americans often visited early American cities and port towns, especially the towns and cities that dotted the Atlantic seaboard of British North America. Colin Calloway, an award-winning historian and a Professor History and Native Ame…
 
In this episode of Food Freedom and Fertility Sophia Pavia is solo hosting as Caitlin Johnson is on maternity leave. This week Sophia interviews Coach Kela Smith who is the CEO and program director of a company she created called the Hormone Puzzle Society, which is a women’s health hub for fertility, hormones and pregnancy. Kela shares her persona…
 
Welcome to OI Reads, an occasional series on Ben Franklin's World where we introduce you to new books that we'll think you love and that are published by the Omohundro Institute. Using details from her book, The Strange Genius of Mr. O, Carolyn Eastman, a Professor of History at Virginia Commonwealth University, acquaints us with James Ogilvie, one…
 
In this episode of Food, Freedom and Fertility Sophia Pavia interviews Robyn Birkin, who is a fertility wellness expert who provides clients with evidence-based strategies for emotional wellness and mind body health that support your fertility (so you can reclaim your life and step off the fertility hamster wheel of burnout). This episode helps del…
 
You know “America’s favorite fighting Frenchman” is the Marquis de Lafayette. But what do you know about Lafayette and his life? How and why did this French-born noble end up fighting in the American Revolution? Mike Duncan, a self-described history geek, public historian, and the podcaster behind the award-winning podcast The History of Rome and t…
 
In this week’s episode of Food Freedom and Fertility your hosts Caitlin Johnson and Sophia Pavia move on to the second part of registry needs. They want to remind all listeners that this is an opinion based episode and to always do what works for you and your baby. During this episode they are going to shake up myths and debunk rumors about certain…
 
This week on Food, Freedom and Fertility Caitlin and Sophia bring you the 3rd part to You are Pregnant, Now What focusing on the baby registry. This episode is opinion based and the most important thing to remember is that you are preparing for your baby so be sure to do what works best for you and your family. Caitlin and Sophia recorded this epis…
 
We have another exciting show for you this week!Earlier this year, CDT released a new report, Do You See What I See? The Capabilities and Limitations of Automated Multimedia Content Analysis. This report explores a variety of machine learning techniques for analyzing images, video, and audio media, and explains what automated tools can—and can not—…
 
The transatlantic slave trade dominated in North America during the 17th and 18th centuries. But by 1808, a different slave trade came to dominate in the young United States, the domestic or internal slave trade. Joshua D. Rothman, an award-winning historian, Professor of History at the University of Alabama, and author of the book, The Ledger and …
 
In this week’s episode of Food, Freedom and Fertility Sophia and Caitlin are back at with You are Pregnant, Now What: Birth Education Courses. Last week they guided you through the first steps of pregnancy and what things you should focus on but this week they break down the different types of birthing classes. Most people are familiar with or have…
 
On this week's episode of Pod's Own Country, Yorkshire Post political editor Chris Burn speaks to proud Yorkshireman Nick Bowes on his years working as Mayor of London Sadiq Khan's right hand man and his new role as chief executive of the Centre for London thinktank.By Laudable
 
In this episode of Food, Freedom and Fertility your hosts Caitlin Johnson and Sophia Pavia focus their attention to what to do after you have conceived. This is an important discussion after so much time dedicated to the conception of your baby. Caitlin and Sophia discuss what supplements are the most important to start and also which ones to stop …
 
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