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Weekly radio show from the Democratic Socialists of America in NYC, recorded live at WBAI 99.5 in Brooklyn NY, Wednesday @ 9pm EST. Listen and call-in! Our vision for a democratic socialist future, from the minds and hearts of organizers fighting every day in NYC. Hear the latest news, analysis, and organizing experience from our members and partners and learn how to be part of a revolutionary political moment. Join the movement at socialists.nyc!
 
Award winning host, author and journalist Laura Flanders interviews forward-thinking people from the world of politics, business, culture and social movements. The show explores actionable models for creating a better world by reporting on the people and movements driving systemic change. We spotlight the solutions of tomorrow, today. The show airs on PBS stations in over 200+ US markets, and airs on 40+ community radio stations, and is available on YouTube and as a podcast. Online subscribe ...
 
The pressures of living up to your calling are enormous. But your life doesn’t have to be at the mercy of the current. There’s a bigger story afoot than the river you’re standing in at the moment. Shane Morris interviews those who have stood against the stream of culture and discusses the ways you can be an active participant in God’s work of restoration.
 
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All My Relations Podcast

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All My Relations Podcast

Matika Wilbur, Desi Small-Rodriguez & Adrienne Keene

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Welcome! All My Relations is a podcast hosted by Matika Wilbur (Swinomish and Tulalip), and Desi Small Rodriguez (Northern Cheyenne) [previously by Dr. Keene] to explore our relationships— relationships to land, to our creatural relatives, and to one another. Each episode invites guests to delve into a different topic facing Native American peoples today. We keep it real, play some games, laugh a lot, and even cry sometimes. We invite you to join us!
 
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 ...
 
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Conservative Minds

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Conservative Minds

Corey Astill and Kyle Sammin

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Welcome to Conservative Minds – a podcast about conservative ideas and thinkers. We explore what it means to call yourself a conservative, where conservatism has been, and where it's going. Each week, we select readings and conduct a discussion to share with you our investigation. Join the conversation by liking us on Facebook or following us on Twitter at @consminds.
 
The Appeal is a podcast, hosted by Adam Johnson, on criminal justice reform, abolition and everything in between. Each week we will feature fascinating interviews with those covering, working in, and most affected by the American criminal system; from lawyers to activists to reporters to the formerly incarcerated. The Appeal will unpack the latest efforts to shine a light on––and radically rethink––the largest prison state in the world.
 
This award-winning and Peabody-nominated podcast documents how locals are addressing the role of jails in their backyards. Reporters travel around the country and hear from people directly impacted by their encounter with jails and to chronicle the progress ground-up efforts have made in diversion, bail reform, recidivism, adoption of technology and other crucial aspects of the move toward decarceration at local levels.
 
The eMilitia is a group of liberty minded individuals who run pages on Instagram and discuss freedom in the 21st century. Politics, society, culture, law, crime, natural rights and damn near anything else is on the table for discussion as the rotating cast discusses our various views on Libertarian-Anarchy and get topical on current events.
 
The Final Straw Radio is a weekly, anarchist show eminating from occupied Cherokee lands in so-called North Carolina and featuring the voices of folks engaged in struggles for liberation and the creation of rad culture since 2009. We're also syndicated on a few community radio stations around the U.S. We frequently also feature radio commentaries from anarchist prisoner Sean Swain and are a proud member of CZN (The Channel Zero Network) and ARN (The A-Radio Network). Check out our past archi ...
 
The criminal justice system in the United States of America incarcerates more people than any other country in the world. Join ex-Probation Officer and abolitionist student, Jordan Perry, every month for interviews of various criminal justice reform advocates and previously incarcerated individuals to discuss how the criminal justice system is going through transformative change in New York State. Mini-episodes will also break down the injustices of the criminal justice system that advocates ...
 
Lannan Foundation is a family foundation dedicated to cultural freedom, diversity and creativity through projects which support exceptional contemporary artists and writers, as well as inspired Native activists in rural indigenous communities. This site is for our audio and video podcasts.
 
Food & Justice w/ Brenda Sanders is a weekly online video series and podcast that tackles issues of food access, environmental justice, health disparities, dietary racism, and other topics related to food and justice.Food & Justice features one hour pre-recorded interviews, panel discussions and conversations with activists, thought leaders, experts and influencers working on the front lines of Food, Environmental and Social Justice movements.Food & Justice will cover important and timely to ...
 
The Stacks is your one stop shop to talk books and reading. Guests will join the host, Traci Thomas for lively discussions about books and the ways they have shaped their lives, and they way we all understand culture, race, politics, and more. The last Wednesday of each month Traci and guest will break down a book in detail as part of The Stacks Book Club. Make sure to check the website www.thestackspodcast.com for more details, including upcoming The Stacks Book Club picks. See acast.com/pr ...
 
The Enragés, a production of the Center for a Stateless Society (C4SS.org), features questions and casual conversations with authors about recent pieces they’ve published on the C4SS site. Hosted by Joel Williamson, this podcast will focus exclusively on the works of C4SS authors and will give listeners a chance to get to know these thinkers better. We'll regularly be taking listener questions too on Patreon! (Patreon.com/C4SSdotorg) The name of the podcast comes from the loosely affiliated ...
 
Neil takes you with him on an unforgettable journey, from your living room couch to the history beneath our feet - walking in the footsteps of our ancestors to discover what made them tick and how they made us who we are today. For new Vodcast every week check out Neil Oliver on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/neiloliver The series Instagram account – Neil Oliver Love Letter And send any questions to – neiloliverpodcast@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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The Abolition of Man is likely C.S. Lewis's most challenging work. It is dense and rich with analysis and direction. Thankfully, Dr. Michael Ward has written a companion to guide readers through Lewis's piece thought-by-thought. Shane interviews Dr. Ward today, exploring Ward's After Humanity and explaining a few of the finer points of The Abolitio…
 
Many organizers in St. Louis have given up on reforming the criminal legal system. Now, they’re working to abolish it. And they’re starting with the closure of one notorious jail. To reach their goal, they’ve decided to get involved in electoral politics. Reporter Chad Davis takes a look at what happens when you go from agitating from the outside t…
 
Is it Narnia? Of course it isn’t. But it’s good. C. S. Lewis’ The Abolition of Man has been called his most difficult work. It’s a short but dense argument about how modern education and culture are removing our capacity for virtue and destroying what makes us human. “Abolition” is a must-read—especially in our cultural moment. And a new companion …
 
October 9th, 2021 was the 40th anniversary of France’s abolition of the death penalty. To mark the occasion, President Emmanuel Macron announced the organisation of a “high-level meeting” at the United Nations starting in early 2022. The meeting’s goal? To “convince” leaders of countries that still use the death penalty of the “urgency of abolishin…
 
In this episode, Joseph Clair meets with professor and researcher Michael Ward to discuss C.S. Lewis' famous book, The Abolition of Man. How did Lewis reconcile reason and emotion in humanity—and what can we learn from his mid-twentieth century take on subjectivism for our own time? Find Ward's book, After Humanity, here: https://www.wordonfire.org…
 
Today we're discussing Abolition for the People: The Movement for a Future Without Policing and Prisons, an anthology edited by Colin Kaepernick. We are joined by two contributors from the book, Bree Newsome Bass and Kiese Laymon. Bree is a filmmaker and activist, known for removing the confederate flag from South Carolina Capitol. Kiese is the aut…
 
Recorded on YouTube on 05 October 2021. The 2020 Lannan Cultural Freedom Prize was awarded to Angela Y. Davis for her lifetime achievements as a public intellectual advocating for racial, gender, and economic justice; to Mike Davis for his life’s work as a public intellectual who encourages critical analysis of society in the service of constructin…
 
There is a quite lengthy description of one of the cooler ideas explored in this episode below. Some links first:If you'd like to support these projects and help me continue making more:https://www.patreon.com/qwerkyscienceMy Twitter is here:https://twitter.com/BasicMoralityI think the main effect of interest with psychedelics could be disruption o…
 
It's been exactly 40 years since France's then Socialist government made good on one of François Mitterrand's campaign promises and abolished capital punishment. It was Justice Minister Robert Badinter who spearheaded the push for the death penalty to be scrapped after nearly two centuries of debate. We take a closer look at this chapter in French …
 
Interview w/ Kanav Kathuria of Maryland Food & Prison Abolition Project ABOUT OUR GUEST Kanav Kathuria’s work lies in the intersection of abolitionism, public health, and food sovereignty. He is a 2019 Open Society Institute Baltimore Community Fellow and the co-founder of the The Maryland Food & Prison Abolition Project (formerly the Farm to Priso…
 
Last week, Guatemala became the latest nation to sign the Geneva Consensus Declaration, the 35th nation to proclaim that human rights extend to unborn children. The declaration rebuffs today’s Western imperialism: exporting abortion in the name of so-called “women’s rights.” When nations like Guatemala sign the Geneva Consensus Declaration, they’re…
 
Erika has studied human rights, law, criminal justice, Peace and Conflict studies, and more. She was involved in creating the Red Hook peacemaking program, and she was the director of restorative practices at the Center for Court Innovation, for over a decade she oversaw CCI’s restorative initiatives across a broad range of disciplines. You will me…
 
“The Big Quit.” is not just a shift in the employment of millions, it’s an expression of our culture-wide search for purpose. According to The Washington Post, “a record 4.3 million people — about 2.9 percent of the nation’s workforce — quit [their jobs] in August.” And, Gallup polling suggests that nearly half of working Americans are actively con…
 
You’re listening to Revolutions Per Minute live from the new WBAI studios, a socialist radio show and podcast from members of New York City Democratic Socialists of America. The Democratic Socialists of America is the largest socialist organization in the United States, with 95,000 members nationwide and NYC-DSA is its biggest chapter. We are run b…
 
Join co-editor Kent Wong, and panelists Alex Hing, May Ying Chen, and Marian Thom to discuss Asian American Workers Rising, a new book that celebrates the first thirty years of the Asian Pacific Labor Alliance (APALA), AFL-CIO, the first national Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) worker organization within the U.S. labor movement. The voices in thi…
 
John and Shane answer a listener who asks how we get past the erroneous "new" definition of racism (prejudice + power), and address old racism (prejudice based on pigmentation), when anti-racism and CRT doesn't allow "whites" to participate to the discussion? The pair also discusses how the unity and differences in the definitions of a Christian an…
 
In 2019, Templeton Prize winner Marco Gleiser made waves when he said that “atheism is inconsistent with the scientific method.” In his view, atheism is a “categorical statement of belief,” and doesn’t depend on evidence as much as assumptions. This, of course, clashes with claims of the so-called “New Atheism,” that science has officially debunked…
 
FRANCE 24 spoke to Jerry Tardieu, national coordinator of Haiti's "En Avant" (Forwards) political movement and a former opposition MP. Haiti is still reeling from the July assassination of the president, as well as recent kidnappings of missionaries and a deadly earthquake. Tardieu told us that the widespread chaos in the country can be explained b…
 
Last month, the Democratic-controlled House voted in favor of appropriating $768 billion for the 2022 defense budget. This week on Intercepted: Senior writer for The Intercept Jon Schwarz talks with Andrew Cockburn, Washington editor of Harper’s Magazine, longtime national security journalist, and author of “The Spoils of War: Power, Profit and the…
 
The last week of the month means it's time for The Stacks Book Club. This month we're joined again by author, poet, and podcast host, Nichole Perkins (Sometimes I Trip on How Happy We Could Be) to discuss Waiting to Exhale by Terry McMillan. On this episode we talk about the ways the book (and movie) have and haven't aged well, the depiction of fri…
 
As the “Big Quit” happens across America, the Christian vision of work could be more relevant and impactful than ever. Which, as history attests, is saying quite a lot. Physical labor was devalued in the ancient world. The exception, in classical Greece and the early days of the Roman Republic, was farming, which was considered the proper pursuit o…
 
Join us for an episode all about snaggin’! For part two of All My Loving Relations, we continue our conversation with the phenomenal Geraldine King, and bring in comedian Deanna Diaz (aka Dianna M.A.D.). Join us as we embark on a teepee creepin’ journey of all things S-E-X. Some things to look forward to: stories from our own aunties, the sacred po…
 
Lazarus Chakwera, the president of Malawi, who is also currently chair of the Southern African Development Community, gave an interview to FRANCE 24 from Dubai. He hailed Malawi and Zambia as "examples of what democracy is about". Chakwera insisted that overall, "democracy is getting consolidated" on the continent, in spite of "erratic events", ref…
 
In this episode, our host Dave Tussing meets with finance professional Kayode Odeleye to discuss relationship with God, integrity, and adversity as they relate to career building. What kind of adversity is helpful, and how does faith in God speak into the way we lead and plan our lives? Kayode is the Founder and CEO of Caena.io, a financial technol…
 
Among the prominent buzzwords in Christian social media are variations of the word “deconstruction.” The word has been used to describe the deconversions of Kevin Max (from DC Talk) and Joshua Harris (of I Kissed Dating Goodbye fame), the soul searching of Derek Webb, and the theological revisionings of Jen Hatmaker and Rob Bell. When used descript…
 
In this episode a dark shadow falls across all of Ireland. A time of unimaginable pain and suffer, which has caused a deep wound between the British Isles ever after. It is known as An Gorta Mor or The Great Hunger. For years starvation stalked the land and over a million people died of hunger as ships fully laden and brimming with food left the Ir…
 
There’s something poetic about sending the famous Captain Kirk from Star Trek to space, for real, and his emotional response after touching back down was priceless. As he told Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos, “I hope I never recover from this. I hope I can maintain what I feel now… I don’t want to lose it.” Here’s a 90-year-old in childlike wonder, …
 
As a preliminary evening before the MBCAM 2021, the Missouri Baptist Apologetics Network hosted a debate between network apologists. In support for a Classical Apologetics was Dennis Jackson and Gabriel Zelaya and in support of Covenantal Apologetics was Ray Ray and Dave Van Bebber on the proposition of "What is the Best Way to Defend the Faith.…
 
Whenever I struggle to understand C.S. Lewis’s nonfiction work, I find it helpful to go to Narnia. For example, so many of the concepts Lewis introduced in Mere Christianity are found in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Throughout each of the Narnia books, Aslan, the Pevensie children, and other characters embody many of the ideas he explored …
 
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