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“Midwives of culture for grace and truth.” Welcome to Truth’s Table with Michelle Higgins, Christina Edmondson, and Ekemini Uwan. We are Black Christian women who love truth and seek it out wherever it leads us. We will share our perspectives on race, politics, gender, current events, and pop culture that are filtered through our Christian faith. So pull up a chair and have a seat at the table with us. Learn more at TruthsTable.com
 
The Great indoors is a celebration of all things interiors and everything you need to know about making your house a home. In each episode, TV presenter and designer Sophie Robinson and best-selling author and journalist Kate Watson-Smyth will discuss, debate and guide you through the top trends and hottest topics from the home front. So pull up a chair…
 
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Gotham Gazette is a pioneering nonpartisan New York City-based online watchdog publication that covers city and state government, and has a rich tradition of reporting on local elections as well as policy that affects everything from the spaces where New Yorkers live and play to police tactics and civil rights. It is published by Citizens Union Foundation.
 
Intended Consequences is the official podcast of the StrategyCorp Institute of Public Policy and Economy. The podcast discusses practical provincial and Canadian policy ideas that achieve the actual goals they are designed to achieve with interesting guests and experts. The Institute aims to combine political acuity with policy recommendations to provide a one-stop shop for expert policy advice that is politically practical and possible to implement. StrategyCorp is a consulting firm based o ...
 
Listen to SVCF Philanthropy Now podcast episodes free, on demand. As the largest community foundation in the world, SVCF engages donors and corporations from Silicon Valley, across the country and around the globe to make our region and world better for all. With our podcast series, we explore trends in the world of philanthropy, social impact initiatives in Silicon Valley and beyond, and how SVCF promotes innovative philanthropic solutions to challenging problems. Tune in, subscribe, and fo ...
 
I have many new opportunities while living near Portland, Oregon. I’m facilitating a group called Climate Change & Environmental Justice Task Force for the Southminster Presbyterian Church in Beaverton, Oregon. At the same time, I’ve been elected the Vice Chair of the Green Team at Willamette View, a retirement community of some 500 people. I have traveled internationally since the early 2000’s. I had a brief hiatus, but, now have started again. My latest foray was to Kansas & Florida, two p ...
 
Liberals are too clustered in major cities, mainly in blue states. This is why Hillary Clinton can get 3 million more votes and still lose the election. Progressives and liberals are not spread out enough across the country in large enough numbers to win more elections. What can liberals and progressives do to turn more of the map blue? The short answer is…MOVE! In this podcast, we talk to people in places that aren’t blue. Sometimes it’s liberals who are on the ground in deep red territory. ...
 
Food Blog Radio explores the Foodies behind the Food Blogs from around the world. Broadcast every week on iTunes, giving the arm chair foodie a chance to find out who is behind the Food Blog. We interview the foodies behind the Food Blog, discovering who they are, why they do what they do, their inspiration and insights that fuel their creation, the Food Blog.
 
We are preparing to record our next episode very soon! Look out for our next episode early March 2021! What’s your favorite part of DuckTales 2017? The mystery? The references? The characters? The Disney Afternoon cameos thrown into the mix? Or even the way the family banters each other? Well Ceaira and Bella love it all!! Come join us as we recap the latest DuckTales 2017 episodes Solving Mysteries and Reviewing History as we go!
 
Discover a world of great new indie-dance, deep house, and chill-out music by tuning into 'The Dream House' - the official podcast of Dream House Beats. We virtually scour the world for the best underground deep house chill tracks and broadcast them for the world to hear. Enjoy music from across Europe, Canada, Japan and beyond, and prepare to dance (or chair-dance with your headphones if you are sitting) while listening to The Dream House. This monthly podcast is hosted by Dream House Beats ...
 
Breaking Defense’s editor, Colin Clark, did international radio for six years covering East Africa. He’ll bring his dulcet tones and sharp wit to bear doing 15-minute interviews of top lawmakers and Pentagon officials. To add some spice, Colin will also take his mic along to weapons tests, production lines and military bases to give listeners a first-hand taste of the realities of what it takes to design, build and use the weapons we buy. He’ll also cover the major defense shows — AUSA, AFA’ ...
 
This Meetings Today podcast gives event professionals the chance to overhear raw, unfiltered conversations between the event industry’s most influential women. Hosted by speaker and writer Courtney Stanley, Dare to Interrupt brings together industry professionals who shed light on important topics facing women today, from imposter syndrome to sexual harassment to negotiating pay and the list goes on. Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform!
 
Housing Notebook offers advice on tenants rights, decent affordable housing, and related urban affairs coverage, with call-ins. The program airs live over WBAI 99.5 FM in the New York metropolitan area most Monday nights from 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM Eastern Time. About the Hosts Scott Sommer has been a tenants rights activist for over 30 years. A former legal services attorney, Sommer is the honorary chair of the Metropolitan Council on Housing, New York's oldest tenant union. Sommer currently is ...
 
The original global mining podcast. With over 100 years of experience serving the mining and exploration industry, crucial reports by The Northern Miner writing staff inform the decision-making process of thousands of high-performing mining professionals. As an independent, fully paid news source, The Northern Miner maintains a commitment to objective reporting not influenced by any external interests.
 
Love Never Fails Radio with host Vanessa Russell, invites you to join in the fight for love. This program is focused on loving our neighbor as ourselves and giving ourselves up for them. Our neighbors are people loved by God who may have been impacted by human trafficking, homelessness, abuse, unemployment, mental illness, etc. During this program we will discuss practical ways we can come together to serve them. John 15: 12 My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you. Contact In ...
 
Conversations with people making the news and the journalists who cover them. Legislators and guests with expertise in a wide range of topics including: the economy, technology, education, the environment, the military, and many more talk with reporters who cover their shared area of interest.
 
A delve in to the paranormal and supernatural with guests recounting their stories from all over the world. Ghost stories, ufo encounters, strange noises and things that go bump in the night. Werewolves? Goblins? Fairies? Demons? Astral projection? Have you ever needed to perform an exorcism? We have stories just like this, from real people with real stories, it is up to you to decide if they are believable or almost unbelievable. #paranormal #ghost #supernatural #podcast
 
We welcome you to the American Society of Media Photographers podcast series "ASMP Experts and Masters." The program brings candid conversations about the craft, business and culture of photography between legendary photographers, creatives, and thought leaders under the guidance of our rotating hosts: Tom Kennedy , ASMP's Executive Director / former multimedia editor of The Washington Post / former Director of Photography at National Geographic, Luke Copping former Chair of ASMP's National ...
 
Why The Furnace? Quite simply because most people in Australia, and the world, can no longer get to Mass, or even into a church. The point of these podcasts is to bring people a share of the Mass in the Word of God and prayer. But why the name? Because the Heart of Jesus is a “Furnace of love”. This is how St Gertrude the Great describes it. As she prays: O Sacred Heart of Jesus, fountain of eternal life, Your Heart is a glowing furnace of Love. You are my refuge and my sanctuary. O my adora ...
 
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#2675: Apr. 11, 2021: Let us be less luxurious but more magnificent (this title from The Book of Tea by Tenshin Okakura)Today's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this music makes you feel peaceful.. : ) Looking for absolute natural beauty every day for Piano Ten Thousand Leaves. Target number is 4536 and 2675(59.0%) achieved. Find my project..…
 
Investment Management: Tom Westle, co-chair of Blank Rome’s Investment Management group, discusses the new normal for investment companies after Covid, domestic and overseas compliance issues, audit committees and the new crypto currencies with host Richard Levick of LEVICK.By Richard Levick
 
Altered images of people executed by the Khmer Rouge regime have been published by VICE media group, with smiles “photoshopped” to the victims’ faces. The now-deleted article has caused a public outcry and a warning from Cambodia. VICE’s interview with Matt Loughrey, originally published on Friday, contained images from Cambodia’s Tuol Sleng prison…
 
The vast majority of people offered the Oxford/AstraZeneca anti-Covid vaccine Vaxzevria on the southern Italian island of Sicily are refusing to take it, according to the region’s president, Nello Musumeci. “In Sicily, there is an 80% refusal rate of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Every 100 people, 80 say no,” Musumeci said late Saturday night, according…
 
First, Jake presses Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg about the Biden administration’s effort to pass its $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal. Next, Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas responds to blowback over his decision to veto a bill that banned gender-affirming treatment for transgender teens. Then, Jake talks to House Majority…
 
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson are considered by many historians to be “the odd couple of the American Revolution.” Profoundly different in physical appearance and demeanor - Jefferson was tall, elegant and philosophical, while Adams was short, stout and prone to vivid outbursts of emotion ~ the two men nevertheless became close friends; for a whi…
 
Dozens of people have allegedly been killed after security forces in Myanmar used live fire and grenades against a crowd of anti-coup protesters in the town of Bago, near the capital Yangon, a monitor and media reported Saturday. The reported casualties were a result of clashes that occurred in Bago through Thursday night and Friday, according to t…
 
As a volcanic eruption cast a pall of ash over the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, tens of thousands fled – but eyebrows were raised after the island nation’s PM said they weren’t going anywhere without a Covid shot. The La Soufriere volcano on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent erupted on Friday, sending a column of ash 10km into the sky…
 
Night-time curfews, sweeping business closures and severe limits on public gatherings are all part of the German government’s new bill aimed at “standardizing” Covid-19 measures to stop the third wave, German media report. Berlin is currently working on amendments to the national Infection Protection Act that would significantly tighten the lockdow…
 
A group of archeologists has unearthed the remains of a sprawling ancient city near Luxor, Egypt, in what has been hailed as one of the most important discoveries in the past hundred years. The city, which dates back to King Amenhotep III, who ruled Egypt between 1391 BC and 1353 BC, was once the largest administrative and industrial settlement in …
 
Google has updated its YouTube ad targeting terms after a media report revealed that people could search for phrases allegedly associated with white supremacy. An investigation by the Markup found that advertisers could find relevant videos for their ads by using terms like “white lives matter,” “all lives matter” and “white power.” Citing the Sout…
 
In this episode of Truth’s Table, Dr. Yolanda Pierce is sitting at the table with Christina and Ekemini for our first Behind The Book episode of the season to talk about her new book, “In My Grandmother’s House: Black Women, Faith and the Stories We Inherit.” Dr. Yolanda Pierce is Professor and Dean of the Howard University School of Divinity. She …
 
#2674: Apr. 10, 2021: Our companionship with flowers (this title from The Book of Tea by Tenshin Okakura)Today's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this music makes you feel peaceful.. : ) Looking for absolute natural beauty every day for Piano Ten Thousand Leaves. Target number is 4536 and 2673(58.9%) achieved. Find my project.. : )This piece'…
 
The US State Department has issued new guidelines making it easier for American diplomats to meet with officials from Taiwan. The move may seriously clash with Beijing’s “One-China” policy of sovereignty over the island territory. Released on Friday, the guidelines “liberalize guidance on contacts with Taiwan, consistent with our unofficial relatio…
 
The corruption charges facing Portugal's former prime minister, Jose Socrates, since his arrest in 2014 have been dropped, but he will still stand trial for alleged money laundering, according to local reports. Ivo Rosa, a judge at Portugal's highest criminal court, announced on Friday that Socrates would no longer face corruption charges due to in…
 
Five cases of a very rare blood disorder in people who have received the Covid-19 vaccine developed by AstraZeneca are being reviewed by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), the EU's drug regulator has said. The cases of "capillary leak syndrome," which can cause leakage of fluid from blood vessels, tissue swelling and a drop in blood pressure, wer…
 
The US Navy has said it deliberately refrained from asking India’s consent for a ‘freedom of navigation’ patrol near its Lakshadweep archipelago this week because New Delhi’s demands to do so contravene international law. An Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, the USS John Paul Jones, “asserted navigational rights and freedoms approximate…
 
The European Union’s drug regulator EMA says it will assess Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 Vaccine Janssen after “four serious cases of unusual blood clots” occurred in people who received the jab in the US. The statement from EMA’s Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee says one case occurred in a clinical trial and three others during the vacc…
 
Seoul has unveiled its first indigenously developed prototype fighter jet, designed to be cheaper and less stealthy than the US-built F-35 but created around South Korea’s needs, as the country seeks more military independence. At an elaborate ceremony on Friday, the KF-X prototype fighter jet, officially christened “KF-21 Boramae,” was rolled out …
 
In this episode, Sunil Dasgupta talks with urban planner, blogger, and community activist Dan Reed about the role, evolution, and character of neighborhood associations, HOAs, and PTAs. In the Upcounty Report, Andrew Saundry offers placemaking as a way for greater social solidarity in the burgeoning northern part of Montgomery County.…
 
Norwegian police have fined the country’s PM, Erna Solberg, for breaking Covid-19 social distancing rules imposed by her own government, and organizing a family gathering to celebrate her 60th birthday. The fine imposed on the prime minister is 20,000 Norwegian crowns ($2,352), the chief of the south-east police district, Ole Saeverud, told a news …
 
Poland’s health minister has warned that the country is waging “a war” to contain a third wave of the coronavirus, describing scenes of exhausted doctors and nurses due to a “deficit of personnel” in overwhelmed hospitals. Speaking to Polish radio station RMF 24, Health Minister Adam Niedzielski discussed the challenges facing medical staff, after …
 
Beijing has called on Tokyo to put off a decision on dumping radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean until it has fully consulted its neighbors, claiming leakages have already had a profound impact. Speaking on Friday, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said Japan must adopt “a highly responsible attitude towar…
 
Britain’s Covid-19 inoculation drive “depends practically entirely” on jabs produced in the EU, the bloc’s vaccine boss has said, adding that British-Swedish AstraZeneca has only delivered a quarter of the agreed doses to the EU. Speaking to France Info on Friday, European Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton, who heads the bloc’s vaccine ta…
 
Scientists in France have determined that 5,200 tons of extraterrestrial dust particles from comets or asteroids reach Earth every year and account for the main source of extraterrestrial matter on our planet. Over the course of nearly 20 years, a team of researchers, led by Jean Duprat of the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), …
 
The Future of Work: Ben Pring, co-founder and leader of Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work speaks with host Richard Levick of LEVICK about his bestselling and award winning books including What to Do When Machines Do Everything (click here) and his newly released book, Monster: A Tough Love Letter On Taming the Machines that Rule our Jobs, L…
 
The government of the Caribbean island of St. Vincent has ordered a mass evacuation of the area close to an active volcano, with seismologists saying that an explosive eruption could start “with very little warning.” Some 16,000 people living in the vicinity of La Soufriere volcano in the so-called “red zone” will be evacuated, either to safer part…
 
#2673: Apr. 9, 2021: The art of today is that which reallly belongs to us (this title from The Book of Tea by Tenshin Okakura)Today's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this music makes you feel peaceful.. : ) Looking for absolute natural beauty every day for Piano Ten Thousand Leaves. Target number is 4536 and 2673(58.9%) achieved. Find my pro…
 
Louis sits down with Damien Grant for a discussion about the growth in size and role of the government, such as new tax changes on housing and the potential for rent control. Support the show (http://www.taxpayers.org.nz/donate)By New Zealand Taxpayers' Union Inc.
 
Portugal and the Netherlands have become the latest countries to restrict their rollouts of the Covid-19 vaccine developed by AstraZeneca after a review by the EU's drug regulator found blood clots can be a very rare side effect. The Dutch cabinet has been advised by the Health Council, a scientific advisory body, to pause its use of the jab in tho…
 
Prime Minister Mario Draghi has said that Italy should stop administering Covid-19 vaccines to people under 60 years old, in a major shake-up of the country's immunization program that aims to protect elderly citizens. "How can a young person or someone who is not on the [priority] list jump the queue, knowing that he or she is exposing someone who…
 
Mahmoud Ezzat, who served as the acting leader of the Muslim Brotherhood for several years, has been sentenced to life in prison for inciting violence and supplying firearms during the 2013 Egyptian protests. The court ruling comes months after Ezzat was detained during a raid on an apartment in Cairo. and marks the latest crackdown on the Muslim B…
 
More than 100 countries have received Covid-19 vaccines since the COVAX distribution scheme launched in February, its organizers have said. However, 38 million delivered doses is a far cry from the two billion goal set for 2021. Some 60 of the recipients were states with lower-income economies who were supplied with donor-funded doses, Gavi – an al…
 
The French prime minister has announced the passing of a symbolic milestone, with more than 10 million people having received at least one shot of Covid-19 vaccine, but infection rates remain high across the country. Speaking on Thursday, during a visit to vaccination center in Nogent-sur-Marne, French Prime Minister Jean Castex said he was “immens…
 
The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) is grounding its ‘airmen’; instead it will refer to the people who fly its planes as ‘aviators’. But just don’t say they ‘man’ aircraft. The RAAF, which turned 100 on March 31, says it will drop rankings or terminology that are sexist in nature, with Air Marshal Mel Hupfeld detailing the change of policy in a p…
 
Spot, the four-legged robo-canine built by Boston Dynamics, appears alongside trainee soldiers during drills carried out by a French military school, but the US firm says it had not been notified in advance about its use. The pictures of the drill were shared earlier this week on Twitter by France’s foremost military school, the École Spéciale Mili…
 
Hungary expects to vaccinate more than 40% of its population by the end of the month, a top official has said. Budapest has already begun lifting Covid-19 restrictions after it met the 25%-vaccination goal. More than four million people of the country’s 10 million population are expected to get vaccinated against coronavirus by the end of April, PM…
 
Making children get jabs for common diseases is ‘necessary in democratic society’ and is in their best interests, the European Court for Human Rights (ECHR) ruled on Thursday in a landmark decision against anti-vaxxers. It’s the first time the ECHR has ruled on mandatory vaccinations for children against common diseases. While the case dealt with t…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has dismissed accusations that Beijing is engaging in “intimidation” and “coercion” in Taiwan, and called on the US to recognize the one-China principle and refrain from coercive practices. Speaking on Thursday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian blasted Washington’s history of intimidation and international…
 
Tokyo’s governor has asked Japan’s central government to implement emergency Covid restrictions in the region amid an outbreak of coronavirus infections linked to mutated strains of the virus. The request was issued after Governor Yuriko Koike met with health officials who warned that the spike in Covid cases within the region could spread faster a…
 
Dublin has promised to play its part in bringing an end to the unrest sweeping across Northern Ireland, calling on the EU to use the flexibilities in the post-Brexit arrangement, before someone is killed in the violence. “These are scenes we haven’t seen in Northern Ireland for a very long time… This needs to stop before somebody is killed or serio…
 
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