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No One's Listening the podcast that could... Irene McGee, the host, was called a cross between Ira Glass and John Stewart (it must be her deep male like voice) -- Irene McGee is like a double agent of change, deconstructing the media by becoming the media. Guests have included Amy Tan, Jimmy Wales, Noam Chomsky, Lawrence Lessig, Ben Fong-Torres and Jello Biafra... if you don't recognize these names it's ok they probably don't know yours either... AND now they have video shorts you can see as ...
 
Massive Change Radio Archive chronicles the live-to-air radio interviews host and co-author Jen Leonard conducted in 2003-2004 with visionary thinkers across disciplines, including Stewart Brand, Freeman Dyson, Hernando de Soto, Hazel Henderson, Leonard Shlain, Matt Ridley, Lawrence Lessig and many more. This show served as a primary research vehicle for the Massive Change book, which explored the future of global design and the question "Now that we can do anything, what will we do?"
 
Is humanity coming to an end? Or are we currently embarking on the next step of human evolution? Who knows. Join hosts, John Holten and Eva Kelley, on an offbeat journey towards humanity's fate by asking some of the world's top innovators - and disruptors - their thoughts and opinions. Featuring in-depth interviews with Bryan Johnson, Founder of Kernel; Harvard's Prof. Lawrence Lessig; Dr. Phil Kennedy, and more. A podcast about tech, transhumanism, future politics, brain uploads, and life a ...
 
Giving a voice to outsiders, radicals and agitators from the Bronx and beyond! I like to interview interesting people with interesting ideas. At the same time I like to spotlight change makers in the local Bronx community and other areas to help their voices be heard by a wider audience. Support me on Patreon, please and thank you!
 
Pineal Express is a progressive and educational podcast based out of Binghamton, NY. The podcast features a variety of academics, thinkers, and activists who provide listeners a glimpse of the world through the lens of their field of expertise. Forward looking and multidisciplinary, Pineal Express touts itself as the place “where trains of thought intersect.” Amid that intersection, podcast hosts Julian Willard and Jim Mack aim to explore the human potential to solve existential challenges a ...
 
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Democracy Illustrated: A New Graphic Novel About Democracy Season 4, Episode 10 | September 4th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Democracy Illustrated: A New Graphic Novel About Democracy Description: In this episode, Adam Eichen speaks with MapLight president Daniel Newman, who just authored a new graphic novel about democr…
 
Larry Lessig talk with Andrew Yang Season 4, Episode 9 | August 27th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Larry Lessig talk with Andrew Yang Today, we bring you a recast of a recent of episode of Yang Speaks, in which Equal Citizens founder Larry Lessig spoke with Andrew Yang about how we can reform our democracy. They discuss d…
 
Jimmy Buffett and Mac McAnally in conversation together! I guarantee you even the most hard core fan will learn things they did not know before. We go deep into each man's history, how Mac ended up joining the Coral Reefer Band, and also focus on their respective new albums. It's a treat! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/…
 
Bonus: Selecting the President, Today and In The Future (Recast) Season 4, Bonus Episode | August 7th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Bonus: Selecting the President, Today and In The Future (Recast) In this special episode, we bring you a recast of an episode of the Democracy Works podcast featuring Equal Citizens founder L…
 
Thanks again for your support and listening. Today, I’m very honored to speak with Lawrence Lessig. For those that don’t know this impressive human. Lawrence Lessig is the Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership at Harvard Law School, prior to which he founded the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School, and taught at the Unive…
 
Hey, its James Oehler and welcome back to the Fringe Voices show. I just want to thank Niles as a new Patreon subscriber, the new ratings on Apple podcasts and the new review from bingo4213. Please rate, review and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. This week I’m featuring interesting friends of mine that do cool stuff. Today we welcome Taa…
 
Alan Khazei on our "Great Awakening" Season 4, Episode 8 | July 24th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Alan Khazei on our “Great Awakening” Larry Lessig talks to Alan Khazei, who is running for Congress in the Massachusetts’ Fourth District, about “democracy entrepreneurs,” ending corruption, and how to build a broad coalitio…
 
Hey it’s James and welcome back to the Fringe Voices show. I wanted to give a shout out to 2 recent reviews on Apple Podcasts from chris3412 and gardener2591. Thanks! Again, if you’re enjoying the content of this show please subscribe, rate and review on wherever you listen to podcasts. I would definitely appreciate it! Today I welcome a very speci…
 
Today, I welcome Micah Uetricht. Micah Uetricht is the deputy editor of Jacobin and host of Jacobin Radio's podcast The Vast Majority. He is the author of Strike for America: Chicago Teachers Against Austerity and coauthor of Bigger than Bernie: How We Go from the Sanders Campaign to Democratic Socialism. Micah can also be found on Twitter. In this…
 
U.S. Representative Ro Khanna speaks with Larry Lessig about his effort to reform our democracy, end corruption, and reduce the impact of money in politics. They talk about working with both Bernie, why Biden will sign reform, finding a way to a real "grand bargain" that can end corruption, and why it's important for activists to keep the pressure …
 
Rep. Ro Khanna Thinks Ending Corruption Is Possible Season 4, Episode 7 | July 10th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Rep. Ro Khanna Thinks Ending Corruption Is Possible U.S. Representative Ro Khanna speaks with Larry Lessig about his effort to reform our democracy, end corruption, and reduce the impact of money in politics. …
 
On this episode, Jason Harrow and Adam Eichen discuss a new report released by Equal Citizens and a coalition of scholars and organizations. It argues that eight states are unconstitutionally skewing voting rights in favor of older Americans. The two discuss the details of the report, its ramifications, and next steps. You can read the report at vo…
 
SFP#6 Copyright enforcement with Miriam Ballhausen We invited Miriam Ballhausen to talk with us about copyright enforcement. She is a German lawyer who focuses on software, data protection, copyright law and specifically Free Software copyright. This is the sixth regular episode of the Software Freedom Podcast for which we invite experts from our c…
 
Eight States Are Discriminating Against Young People Season 4, Episode 6 | July 2nd, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Eight States Are Discriminating Against Young People On this episode, Jason Harrow and Adam Eichen discuss a new report released by Equal Citizens and a coalition of scholars and organizations. It argues that …
 
This week, Larry Lessig talks with John Gastil, a Professor at the McCourtney Institute for Democracy, about how we can make better political decisions. They discuss the polarized media landscape and specific steps we can take to improve deliberation, understanding, and the use of reason. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/EqualCitizens…
 
Professor John Gastil on Bringing Reason Back Into Politics Season 4, Episode 5 | June 25th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title The Remarkable Stories of Democracy Reform Victories in 2018 This week, Larry Lessig talks with John Gastil, a Professor at the McCourtney Institute for Democracy, about how we can make better politica…
 
On this episode, journalist David Daley joins Adam Eichen to discuss his new book, Unrigged: How Americans Are Battling Back to Save Democracy. To write the book, Daley embedded with democracy reform campaigns throughout the 2018 election cycle. Adam and Dave discuss their favorite success stories from the book and end with some thoughts about Dale…
 
The Remarkable Stories of Democracy Reform Victories in 2018 Season 4, Episode 4 | June 19th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title The Remarkable Stories of Democracy Reform Victories in 2018 On this episode, journalist David Daley joins Adam Eichen to discuss his new book, Unrigged: How Americans Are Battling Back to Save Democr…
 
Larry Lessig talks to Congressional candidate Adem Bunkeddeko, who is a candidate for the Democratic nomination in New York's 9th District. They discuss his remarkable personal story and his support for vouchers that would revolutionize how politicians raise money. Please consider supporting this podcast on Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/EqualCit…
 
Adem Bunkeddeko on How To Finance Campaigns, and More Season 4, Episode 3 | June 15th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Adem Bunkeddeko on How To Finance Campaigns, and More Larry Lessig talks to Congressional candidate Adem Bunkeddeko, who is a candidate for the Democratic nomination in New York’s 9th District. They discuss …
 
Alex Morse on Congress's Fundraising Lifestyle Season 4, Episode 2 | June 11th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Alex Morse on Congress’s Fundraising Lifestyle Equal Citizens founder Larry Lessig talks with Alex Morse, a candidate for Congress in the First District of Massachusetts, about how Congress really works. They talk …
 
Equal Citizens founder Larry Lessig talks with Alex Morse, a candidate for Congress in the First District of Massachusetts, about how Congress really works. They talk about how fundraising permits Congresspeople to live above their means, and why it makes it hard for them to provide real solutions that would improve people's lives. He also explains…
 
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