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Fantastic Blackness is a bimonthly podcast by Tavia Nyong’o and Shanté Paradigm Smalls focused on Black Queer Trans art, politics, aesthetics, and news. Features interviews with artmakers, reviews of art shows, stage plays, books, film and television, and topical discussion. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Other Planes explores all things Afro/Futurism in cosmic and conscious cultures worldwide, from music to art, science to politics—and beyond. Join host tobias c. van Veen as we undertake audio journeys and interviews with world-class visionaries, creatives, and futurists, from emcees and philosophers to scribes and scholars, programmers and poets. Other Planes covers radical diversity in the speculative arts, including science fiction, film, and comix; cosplay, performance, poetry and posthu ...
 
Design Thinking 101: Learning, Leading, and Applying Design Thinking Design Thinking 101 helps listeners learn about design-driven innovation, connect design thinking to strategy and action, and explore learning from challenges overcome while applying design thinking and related innovation approaches. You'll hear design practitioners' stories, lessons, ideas, resources, and tips. Our guests share insights on how to deliver results with design thinking in business, social innovation, educatio ...
 
Award-winning show bringing knowledge to the digital community! At the Edge discusses ideas, crossing cultural boundaries to expand ideas about art, writing, knowledge, publishing, and production, while contending with challenges about access, virtual space, political context/challenges, and incursion of cyber cultures. http://afrofuturismscholar.com
 
AbolitionISH is a Black politics & culture podcast hosted by Jon Jon (CDMX, twitter: @incivilitea) & produced by WyLee (JHB, twitter: @whoswylee). Thinking antagonism + abolition and talking shit since 2019. See you on the other side of something better. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/abolitionish/support
 
Waiting on Reparations is a show about Hip Hop and politics. Hosts Dope Knife, a rapper and visual artist, and Linqua Franqa, hip hop artist and politician, explore the history of public policy and its impacts on Hip Hop life; what Hip Hop culture tells us about our political reality; and the role of Hip Hop in shaping our political future.
 
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Jack Rico, Mike Sargent

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2022 Webby Honoree 'Brown & Black' is a new podcast exploring the convergence of race and pop culture, hosted by two diverse voices, one Latinx and one Black, to fill a needed void in rethinking how pop culture news and opinion are conveyed in America today. Jack Rico and Mike Sargent, two national film and culture critics, interview filmmakers, artists, and journalists to examine the complex nature of entertainment and race.
 
In Unknown Worlds of the Merril Collection, host Oliver Brackenbury interviews special guests about notable history and new frontiers in the worlds of science fiction, fantasy and horror as found in Toronto's Merril Collection, the Western Hemisphere's largest publicly accessible archive of genre materials. Produced by Chris Dickie. Interviews have been edited for length and content. Opinions are solely those of the speakers, representing neither the Toronto Public Library System nor the Mer ...
 
Explore hundreds of lectures by scientists, historians, artists, entrepreneurs, and more through The Long Now Foundation's award-winning lecture series, curated and hosted by Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand (creator of the Whole Earth Catalog). Recorded live in San Francisco each month since 02003, past speakers include Brian Eno, Neil Gaiman, Sylvia Earle, Daniel Kahneman, Jennifer Pahlka, Steven Johnson, and many more. Watch video of these talks and learn more about our projects at Longn ...
 
A Kenyan podcast that irreverently takes on everything: pop culture, music, film, book, events, food, TV, everything! Omenerds are the wry voices you need to help you laugh and maybe make a little sense of it all. Join us and our dope guests as we break down the travails of being a Kenyan millennial and hopeful despite it all.
 
Academics Henry Jenkins and Colin Maclay use their combined knowledge to dig deeper and ask more ambitious questions than most pop culture podcasts out there – not doing recaps or just remaining on the level of entertainment coverage. For them, popular culture offers resources for asking questions about who we are and where we are going, questions that can be political, legal, technological, economic, or social, but often cut across all of the above.
 
Black Girl Nerds is a podcast and place where girls of our ilk can express themselves freely and embrace who they are. This is not a show exclusively for Black women, but it is a show exclusively for Nerds! Haha! The end of each episode provides information on each of our social networks and a preview to the next week's podcast topic.
 
Lorraine DeGraffenreidt is a black person! Sarah Isaacson is a Jewish person! As it turns out, there's a lot of black and Jewish stuff that they don't know anything about -- and that makes them feel guilty! So now, they're getting learnt up. Join Lorraine and Sarah as they discover classic movies everyone's already seen (Schindler's List anyone???), conquer basic ethnic foods (chicken and waffles!!!) and generally improve as adult people, all while making their black and Jewish dads proud.
 
Celebrity Booze Cruise is a weekly podcast hosted by Captain Bones (Instagram's Hump Island)and Baby Choby (writer for dlisted.com). Each episode we get into all the celebrity booze and news that you could use, get weird, and wander down the tangential paths of pop-culture. Artwork by Lauren Sina (laurensina.com) You can follow us on twitter @boozepodcast or on Instagram @celebrityboozecruise. Follow Baby Choby @babychoby on Twitter and Captain Bones on Instagram @hump_island_
 
The Palette Podcast tells stories and creates conversations at the intersection of the arts and education, curated and produced by two graduate students in the Arts in Education Master's Program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Download the episode images, print them out, and color them in while you listen! www.palettepodcast.com. All original artwork with Nimah Gobir. Co-hosts: Nimah Gobir and Jocelyn Bonadio-de Freitas
 
The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago is a leading research center for the ancient Middle East. The museum houses some 350,000 artifacts — around 5,000 of which are on display — excavated mainly by OI archaeologists. Founded in 1919, at a time when the Middle East was called the Orient, the OI has pioneered innovative excavations and comprehensive dictionary projects that chronicle ancient civilizations. The Oriental Institute Museum aims to understand, reveal, and protect anci ...
 
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Frequency Machine

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| YOUR TICKET TO EVERYWHERE | Passport is a show about the world. And all the stunning, strange and breathtaking stories waiting to be discovered… if you just listen. The world has never been more connected. But in reality, there’s still so much we don’t understand about each other. Join hosts Neil Innes and Andrés Bartos as they take you to places you didn’t realize existed, introduce you to people who you would never have otherwise met, and experience the rush of traveling the world, witho ...
 
Every Tongue Got to Confess Podcast (ETGTCP) is hosted and co-produced by Dr. Julian Chambliss, Professor of English and Core Faculty in the Consortium for Critical Diversity in a Digital Age Research (CEDAR) at Michigan State University. This podcast seeks to document the ideology and activism central to the mission of the Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and Humanities.
 
A podcast about the real science behind your favorite science fiction themes and tropes. Each episode, I choose a recurring topic or two in science fiction, and then dive into how it works in reality. If you ever wanted to learn more about genetics, virtual reality, or space travel - this podcast is for you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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The Black Reality Think Tank radio broadcast conversation for Tuesday June 21,2022 is with a brilliant young up and coming filmmaker by the name of Kendale Allen. Brother Allen's work joins and often overlooked tradition that was used by our ancestors to educate our young people and awaken the African family to the richness of their history and cul…
 
This week we’re exploring Afrofuturism, the movement that blends fantasy, folklore and technology, to imagine a new future for African nations and people of African heritage. Four years after the smash hit movie Black Panther turned Afrofuturism into an unstoppable artistic force globally we’re asking: what’s next?We meet the next generation of Afr…
 
This year's keynote speaker is College of Arts and Letters English professor Julian Chambliss, who has a focus on popular culture, comics, and digital humanities, and his research explores race, identity, and power in urban spaces. His address is titled “Not Only Darkness: The Legacy and Future of Black Speculative Practice.” Chambliss' keynote wil…
 
track list tracklist Domscott - Jazz Chant - Open Bar Music J-A-E, Osunlade - Love Me Right (Yoruba Soul Mix) Scott Diaz, LOA-, Laroye - Somewhere Else (Laroye Remix) Luka, Sio, Enoo Napa - Solo (Enoo Napa Remix) Giorgio Bassetti, Smile - Take Your Chance (Vocal Mix) Padre, OE, Floyd Lavine - Jacob-s Divine (Floyd Lavine Remix) Larion - Reverie Rob…
 
In honor of Pride month we are reviewing Netflix's Single All the Way. We are also Blerding Out about Beyonce's new single "Break My Soul", Netflix's The First Kill, Supernatural, musical Jesus Christ Superstar, Marvel's Ms. Marvel, novel The Love Con by Seressia Glass and a Bourbon Dinner. Intro and Outro music is “Twilight” by Capshun Find him on…
 
You're in Detroit this week to congratulate the inaugural class of graduates of the Apple Developer Academy. Remind us of the academy's evolution and mission. “The academy is a groundbreaking opportunity for individuals in Detroit and all of Michigan. And this is the first Apple Developer Academy in the United States. It's an opportunity for indivi…
 
This week, we are discussing My Contraband by Louisa May Alcott and The Half-Caste by Dinah Craik. These stories may seem different on the surface, but share quite a few similarities. We talk about how these authors handle interracial relationships, the East India Company, and make comparisons to Sense & Sensibility and Jane Eyre. Spoilers ahead. Y…
 
WHERE ARE OUR LEADERS?Please join the Black Reality Think Tank Radio Broadcast with our special guest Brother Alphonso Watkins, MSE, License Clinical Psychotherapist. Our discussion for the evening centers around the lack of Black male leadership. Where are the next generation of visionary leaders who will follow the path of the Honorable Marcus Mo…
 
"It can't be overstated that the solutions have got to come from the people locally and not top down" -AW In the wake of the Supreme Court's official decision to strike down Roe v. Wade last week, poor Black people across the US face an expansion of reproductive control and violation. This month, Jon Jon interviews Ash Williams, a Black non-binary …
 
So what is the metaverse really? Following a montage of BBC World Service listeners’ responses and opinions, contributing expert Ghislaine Boddington will shed light on this question. As it turns out, while there are current examples of virtual worlds, the metaverse is still being formed. Predicting exactly what it will be like is harder than one m…
 
Jos Harrison is the global head of brand experience and design at Reckitt. We talk about brand experience design and commercial design for good. Listen to learn about: Brand building Finding ways for companies to do good in a way that builds brand Learning design Omnichannel communication and its effect on brand building Design’s role in creating a…
 
With scores of superhero films due for release, from Spiderman, to Batgirl, Thor and Black Panther, and a global comic book market predicted to grow to $12 billion a year by 2028, we go behind the mask of these larger than life characters, to look at the role Superheroes play in different societies and cultures around the world, and ask, do we need…
 
Increased punishment for online insults in JapanJapan has taken the first steps to make online insults punishable by up to one year in prison. This new legislation comes two years after the suicide of Japanese reality TV star and professional wrestler Hana Kimura. BBC reporter Mariko Oi tells us how this new legislation came to be and what it means…
 
Happy Juneteenth everybody. To commemorate this important holiday we are reviewing the Netflix Docuseries High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America. Join us as we dive into this exploration of history through food and talk about what this freedom means to us. We are also Blerding Out about Classic Bollywood films, Café Beign…
 
“Our overall goal at MSU Sports Medicine is to be a single location for patients and athletes alike to come when they're having pain, ailments, or even just looking for advice on how to get active and stay active,” says Nate Fitton, a team physician at the MSU Health Care Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center. “Our ultimate goal for all patients is…
 
The new Hispanic adaptation of HBO Max's 'Father of the Bride' (Andy García, Gloria Estefan et. al) is out streaming now. Jack and Mike review if Matt Lopez's script is the future of American Latino storytelling. Also, the guys chat about their invitation to Netflix's premiere event of 'Spiderhead' starring Chris Hemsworth, and they discuss if the …
 
This week is all about the beloved/hated novel, Wuthering Heights! We sat down with Dr. Lydia Craig to discuss Tylney Hall (a possible source text and inspiration for WH) and reading Heathcliff as a person of color. We also talk adaptations, Wuthering Heights as horror, Charlotte Brontë’s Villette, and the musical Cats.…
 
"Time for an Awakening" for Sunday 6/12/2022 at 7:00 PM (EST) 6:00 PM (CST) guest was Activist, Organizer, Vice-Chair California Reparations Task Force, Dr. Amos C. Brown. Dr. Brown talked about the work and accomplishments of the California Reparations Task force, in the struggle to receive reparations for the ancestors and their descendants that …
 
‘Project Silica’ uses ultrafast laser optics and machine learning to utilise glass as a storage device. The fused silica glass is fully resilient to electromagnetic pulses (EMP) and to the most challenging environmental conditions, ensuring the data written into it is not degraded. In this proof of concept for the Global Music Vault in Svalbard, th…
 
As we continue our discussion to solve the problem of Gun Violence, Reckless Driving, and Killing in America, the Sankofa Council of Milwaukee welcomes Baba Tyrone Dumas, the long-time community advocate. He has a plan to share to stop the loss of lives. We also welcome Baba Jamal Rasheed of Chicago who also has studied the youth and their concerns…
 
Making it as a musician can be a tough gig, but if you have a disability, things can get even more complicated. Inaccessible venues, negative attitudes and lack of representation in the industry are common challenges people have to contend with. Despite this, disabled musicians are making their voices heard. Award winning Nigerian-American Electron…
 
Our hosts Dope Knife & Linqua Franqa will discuss the reality of health risks and disparities in the marginalized communities that make up the majority of their audience. They will touch on mental health issues, particularly about the ways that health knowledge can empower mental wellbeing as well as physical wellbeing. Additionally, the two will e…
 
Marc Bolick is the managing partner of the DesignThinkers Group. We're talking about innovation and culture, the future of work and designing value. Listen to learn about: DesignThinkers Group Using design thinking in innovation strategy and projects The future of work Innovative leadership International Development Change management and “corporate…
 
"Time for an Awakening" for Sunday 6/05/2022 at 7:00 PM (EST) 6:00 PM (CST) guests was Author, Attorney, Organizer, Founder of Black Lawyers for Justice, Malik Zulu Shabazz, Activists, Organizers, National/International Ambassador New Black Panther Party, Mmoja Ajabu and National Ambassador/Youth Against Gang Violence, Maine C. Our guests informed …
 
Across the North American continent, there is a stark difference in the availability of internet to different communities. Tribal lands are typically remote, rural and rugged landscapes, and often have very patchy, or non-existent internet connectivity. Dr Traci Morris explains why such a digital divide exists and how tribes are working together, b…
 
The Commonwealth is an association of 54 countries from across the world. It’s home to a third of the world’s population including from Australia, India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Kenya to the UK, Canada and many island nations in between.The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition is the world’s oldest international writing competition for schools. Her Ro…
 
Data-Driven footballWith the end of this year’s Premier League season and the Champion’s League final in the last two weekends, viewers around the world were cheering on their favourite teams. While the rules of football may not have changed much in recent years, there is one thing that has: the amount of data. Coaches and teams can now examine pla…
 
It's post-Memorial Day, the unofficial kick-off to the summer, and Jack and Mike fresh off their Webby win, discuss how Facebook and social media overall have contributed to the erosion of societies, evident in the Uvalde mass shooting and the Buffalo murders. The guys also discuss Walmart's Juneteenth debacle and America's long history of commodif…
 
Read President Stanley's May 2022 Spartan Community letter here. MSU brought a very successful academic year to a close this month with graduation ceremonies honoring 6,917 undergraduate degree earners and 2,684 advanced degree recipients. What struck you and will stay with you about this spring’s ceremonies? “It was wonderful to be in person. We h…
 
"Time for an Awakening" with Bro.Elliott, Sunday 5/29/2022 at 7:00 PM guests was Pharmacologist, Global Clinical Research Bio-technologist, Prof. Louis Jefferson and Biomedical Research Scientist, Dr. Metasebya Solomon. "The Vaccine, The Variants, and Black America". After over a year since treatments were issued here in the U.S., Prof. Jefferson a…
 
This week we are diving into the MCU multiverse reviewing Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. We are Blerding Out about Downton Abbey: A New Era, Ranking of Kings, and Senior Year. Check out links to some mentions during the episode: Mr. Malcolm's List trailer https://youtu.be/Q8hRCVAZFTs Intro and Outro music is “Twilight” by Capshun Find…
 
This week is all about Pauline Hopkins! Hopkins was an author, activist, and editor, who served as the driving force behind The Colored American magazine and her serialized novel, Of One Blood, has been described at Black Panther meets Indiana Jones. We’re joined by Eurie Dahn and Brian Sweeney to discuss this fascinating novel, early speculative f…
 
To quote the late great Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., “We must learn to live together as brothers, or perish together as fools.” According to the murder rate in many of our inner cities in the United States, we appear to be on the way to perishing as fools. Homicides and deaths due to reckless driving are on the rise nationwide. We must solve this p…
 
In the last few months two renowned comedians have experienced violence on stage. Chris Rock was slapped during the Oscar’s ceremony and Dave Chapelle was attacked during one of his shows by a member of the public. In this week’s The Cultural Frontline we explore the risks and challenges of performing comedy today.Indonesian comedian Sakdiyah Ma’ru…
 
Thank you for listening to this Ask Like a Designer episode of the Design Thinking 101 Podcast. This episode continues where episode 89 on crafting transformation stories left off, and focuses on telling your solution’s transformation story. This episode is based on this article: ALD011 // Protect Your Solutions with Transformation Stories: Part 2 …
 
Mentoring is a vital activity in the African American community whether it’s done as a formal process casual process. The Black Reality Think Tank welcome’s one of the gurus of mentoring to our Tuesday broadcast. He is Mr. Phillip Scott, former director of the Sullivan Spaights Boys to Men Mentoring Program. He is currently Executive Director of Th…
 
Scientists at the National Physical Laboratory have released research that utilises existing subsea telecommunications cables as environmental sensors, for example to detect earthquakes. These cables exist in many parts of the world already, so this finding has the potential to revolutionise seafloor earthquake monitoring. Research scientist Giusep…
 
“The scope of Title IX extends well beyond athletics,” says Dr. Ashely Baker, chief diversity officer for Spartan Athletics. “Title IX legislation was really focused broadly on access to education and access to opportunities for women, and sport has been a space where we've really been able to see that more tangibly than in other places. When you t…
 
This week, we’re continuing our conversation about Harriet Beecher Stowe and performative activism. And we are joined by Dr. Koritha Mitchell to discuss her upcoming edition of Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, as well as the connections between Frances Harper and Harriet Jacobs.By Bonnets At Dawn
 
Is medical marijuana the new "Snake Oil" of our time, or does it really have healing qualities? Join Sankofa Council of Milwaukee and our two expert guests, Dr. Burnetta Thomas, proprietor of several cannabis dispensaries, and Dr. Sirr Grice, Pharmacist, in a discussion of the business of marketing Cannabis products.Baba Kwodjo Charles Robinson and…
 
How novelists working across popular genres like crime, horror and fantasy are overcoming literary snobbery to get their work the credit it deserves and broaden the definition of what makes truly great writing. South Korean horror writer Bora Chung, shortlisted for the 2022 International Booker Prize, tells us what it means to see her work, a type …
 
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