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A five-time Emmy winning SNL comedy writer/producer, joins a four-time #1 NYT bestselling author, a three-time highest-rated national progressive radio host, a two-time Grammy winning artist, and a former US Senator. So, it gets a little crowded in the booth when Al talks public policy and sometimes political comedy with notable guests. Think “The Daily” without the resources of the NYTimes.
 
Add Passion and Stir: Big Chefs, Big Ideas is the weekly Share Our Strength podcast about people who are changing the world. Each week, Billy Shore, the founder and chairman of Share Our Strength, has a conversation with a guest from the culinary world and an industry thought leader creating a thought-provoking discussion. As much as food has become a source of pleasure and celebration, it’s amazing how food is central to our health, environment, educational achievement, sustainability, and ...
 
In 2016, Donald Trump conspired with a foreign government to become President of the United States. On July 25, 2019, with the 2020 election around the corner, he decided to do it again. The first time around, it was collusion, aiding and abetting Russia’s attack on American democracy. The second time, it was extortion, demanding the Ukrainian government manufacture dirt on Trump’s political opponents in exchange for help the country needs to fend off a Russian invasion and chart a democrati ...
 
Noted astronomer Andrew Farknoi answers questions about the August 21 solar eclipse. Where can you see it? What's the safest way to watch it? What is going on during a solar eclipse? Why are they so rare? Why the kind of total eclipse we see on earth is a billion to one shot and rare among planets in the universe? Why some day the eclipse won't be total. Why does the eclipse path seem to move the opposite direction of the sun? What will happen and what won't happen. Where to get the special ...
 
This is an election year unlike any other in ways that are unsettling and dangerous. Unconventional Threat brings together exclusive interviews with newsmakers about everything that can happen between now and Inauguration Day, when it's possible we may still not have chosen a President. Journalist Peter Eisner and longtime State Department official Jonathan Winer will outline all the possibilities, including: the use of the military; uncounted ballots; and one scenario where the House of Rep ...
 
"District Queen" is a sexy crime drama series about Margo, a young flight attendant, who has grown tired of her mundane life but soon finds adventure in an exciting mysterious man. District Queen was created/executive produced by Akiya McKnight and written/direct by Zell Gaymon. Starring @MikiaJeter @PhoenixWashington @KhalimahG @ToyaMNelson Follow @districtqueenpod for all updates. #DistrictQueen
 
The goal of Coffee N 5 is to help you let go of what’s holding you back and become the person you’re meant to be. How you market yourself or your business is one of the key factors of success. Crack a smile or laugh out loud when you listen but always learn something new. Capitalize on the experience of others and acquire strategic insights.In each episode, we will connect with personalities and influencers from different backgrounds and fields. All this will be tied together with our missio ...
 
The DMZ Movers and Shakers (M&S) Podcast is a production of The DMZ. Ranked as the top university-based tech incubator in the world, the DMZ provides a launchpad for founders to build and scale fast. To date, the DMZ has helped more than 400 startups raise $917+ million in capital and create 4,000+ jobs. On this motivation packed podcast, M&S host Robert Gold, Managing Partner of Bennett Gold LLP, speaks with the movers and shakers of the global tech community about emerging technologies, le ...
 
Irrational Basis Review: a constitutional law podcast that’s rationally related to a legitimate educational purpose. We'll provide deep dives about the constitutional law cases that are foundational to the first year law school curriculum. For professors, law students, and anyone interested in law! Hosted by Leah Litman, Melissa Murray, and Kate Shaw. Produced by Melody Rowell.
 
Frederick Douglass published his highly acclaimed third autobiography, Life and Times of Frederick Douglass, in 1881 and revised it in 1892. The emancipation of American slaves during and following the American Civil War enabled him to relate in this volume more details of his life as a slave and his escape from slavery than he could in his two previous autobiographies, which would have put him and his family in danger. It is the only Douglass autobiography to discuss his life during and aft ...
 
This is The Family Medicine Education Consortium, Inc. (FMEC) podcast channel. The FMEC connects those interested in improving the health of the community by strengthening Family Medicine/primary care services and medical education. Our primary area of focus is the northeast region of the U.S. We believe Family Medicine is critical to improving the health of the nation. We‘re working to achieve the full potential of Family Medicine.
 
Go behind the scenes of a PreK - 8th grade charter school in Santa Fe, New Mexico making decisions around whether to open school for in-person learning and how to do so amid a global pandemic. Set at Turquoise Trail Charter School, the state's oldest and fourth largest charter school, you'll meet teachers and administrators who are grappling with how to walk the fine line between public health and public policy during an historic moment in time. As a charter school, Turquoise Trail is able t ...
 
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Have you ever felt like the day went by, and you didn’t get much done? Or maybe you looked at all the things that you have to do and thought: I don’t have enough time for this. If so, then this episode is for you. Today’s we have Alexis Haselberger, time management and productivity coach, who will teach us that we do have time, much more than what …
 
Award-winning author and preacher, Diana Butler Bass speaks with Rev. Jim Wallis about her latest book Freeing Jesus. Diana shares how her experience of Jesus has changed over the years and how the Christian that is she is today is much different than she was before. And according to Bass, many people are eager to experience Jesus in a new way. “I …
 
Download Podcast Transcript What do you think when someone says “networking”? Do you feel stressed or anxious? Sara Alepin found out that many people felt this way, and that’s why she founded District Bliss, a company for business owners that want to expand their network. Sara is an extrovert with a facility to make connections, and so she put her …
 
Can we shift our historic stigma about people living in poverty? Princeton poverty researcher and author Kathryn Edin joins hosts Billy and Debbie Shore to discuss how changes to certain tax credits in the $1.9 trillion COVID relief American Rescue Plan will give more Americans support to move out of poverty. “We have turned 400 years of history ab…
 
Al and Ali discuss what brought us here, where we are, and what we need to do going forward. A list of organizations that humanely helps immigrants at the Southern Border: El Paso: The Annunciation House Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center McAllen: Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley Arizona Kino Border Initiative…
 
Dr. W. Franklyn Richardson, senior pastor at Grace Baptist Church in Mount Vernon, N.Y., and author of Witness to Grace: A Testimony of Favor, speaks with Rev. Jim Wallis about how to reject injustice and racial inequity. The greatest legacy of the African American struggle in these 400 years, is the determination of African American people to seek…
 
How do we continue to care for each other as the pandemic draws to a close? Congressman Mike Thompson from California’s 5th District and influential Sacramento chef Patrick Mulvaney join host Billy Shore to discuss how the pandemic has affected the food and wine industries. “The [recently-passed] FEED Act is pretty straightforward: It recognizes th…
 
Download Podcast Transcript Stories are important. A good story can captivate us until we lose track of time. But can we use a story, and therefore, storytelling in other environments, like…a company? Hillary Rea thinks we can, and even more: we should. She’s the founder of Tell Me A Story, a communication consulting business that teaches the art o…
 
Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) is a forceful, progressive voice in the United States Congress. Focusing on matters of social and economic justice, international relations, and human rights, Lee speaks with Rev. Jim Wallis on how she finds the strength to speak out even when standing alone. "This is not about personal responsibilities for the enslaveme…
 
On today's episode of Add Passion and Stir, we'll be talking with former Secretary of Education John B. King about closing achievement gaps in our educational systems. We recorded this episode on Monday March 21st just hours before the tragedy in Boulder, Colorado when a gunman entered a grocery story and killed 10 people. We spoke with Congressman…
 
Goodbye influencers. Hello creators! In this episode, Bryan Gold, Co-founder of #paid, details how #paid is disrupting the norm to eliminate the disorganization of connecting creators and marketers. Bryan reveals his best-kept secrets for start-ups with limited capital seeking to successfully leverage the creator marketing space. Also in this discu…
 
Download Podcast Transcript We all know how important networking is. But did you know that it could be delicious? Nicole Dillon works in marketing and event planning, and she is also a bruncher. Combining the best of two worlds, Nicole created Women Who Brunch, a community of women who love networking, and learning from each other over brunch. High…
 
Can you build a successful and fun brand around serious social justice topics? Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream join Billy Shore to talk about feeding hungry kids, police reform, and how businesses can make a difference on social issues. “Passing legislation that is going to reduce child poverty in the US by 40% is huge – i…
 
Download Podcast Transcript Claire Wasserman decided to do her part to eliminate the wage gap. She is the founder and author of Ladies Get Paid, a community that empowers women to get control over their salary and careers. Claire has traveled across the country teaching women how to negotiate, whether it is a raise, holidays, a promotion, nothing i…
 
Author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together, Heather McGhee speaks with Rev. Jim Wallis on the impacts racism has on our economy, changing the narrative, she says, goes hand in hand with comprehensive policy. "There's this sense of stinginess, miserliness that nothing abou…
 
On Monday, March 8, 2021, the New Mexico Secretary of Education announced that schools should resume full, in-person learning by April 5, 2021. In this episode, Head Administrator Chris Eide records a short, early morning audio message to a friend detailing the confluence of factors that must be resolved in order for the school to successfully reop…
 
When is philanthropic giving the most meaningful? Bestselling author John Grisham and Share Our Strength Board member Renee Grisham join Billy Shore to discuss their partnership, philanthropy, and how they choose to support issues that are personal to them. “There is plenty of food in this country… but the framework isn’t always there to get the fo…
 
Download Podcast Transcript Today’s guest is Sheila Nazarian. Some might know her for one of her several services she provides, from plastic surgery to a platform where you can find business advice. Some might know her for the Netflix show, Skin Decision: Before and After. But today, she is here to talk about her family history, her personal expect…
 
“The reality is, the only thing sitting between you and an opportunity is you starting.” In this conversation, Marie Chevrier, Founder at Sampler, details her growth from passing out samples to strangers in grocery stores and on street corners, to growing a business with 2.5 million users. When asked for advice to the hopeful entrepreneur, Marie di…
 
What will it take for Americans to trust each other again? Long-time New York Times columnist Frank Bruni joins the podcast to talk about his days as a restaurant critic, his goals as an op-ed columnist, and the current state of civic discourse in America. “Based on which [cable news channel] you’ve gone to, you can have an understanding of events …
 
Download Podcast Transcript You probably heard the phrase “think outside the box.” And our guest of today, Van Lai-DuMone has taken it to the next level. She believes that creativity can (and should) be brought into the workplace. With her company, Work Smart Advantage, she creates a plan to make the work environment a fun and creative place, as a …
 
Dr. Leana Wen is an emergency physician and public health professor at George Washington University. Wen speaks with Rev. Jim Wallis about the current state of the pandemic in the United States and its public health implications. She shares what she is hopeful for and her major concerns with trust and vaccine distribution. "Building trust is not go…
 
How can we overcome gender and racial discrimination in the culinary industry? Best-selling cookbook author and food writer Julia Turshen talks with Billy Shore about her digital directory that supports women of color, LGBTQ and gender non-conforming people in the food industry. “I was finding so often that I was being invited to be parts of panels…
 
“As a first-time founder, you need to be a professional problem solver.” From humble beginnings to a $17M acquisition, Marc Lafleur, CEO and Co-Founder of truLOCAL discusses the importance of problem-solving to become a successful founder. Marc touches upon his experience as a Black founder and how POC possess the resiliency and tenacity needed to …
 
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