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We all deserve a world that is supremacy-, coercion-, discrimination-, and exploitation-FREE, and Antiracist Economist, Kim Crayton is working tirelessly to make that a reality. Join Kim and experience strategist, Erin Mills in developing the vocabulary, knowledge, skills, and perspective necessary for a liberated and equitable tomorrow.
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Don’t Call Me Resilient

The Conversation, Vinita Srivastava, Dannielle Piper, Krish Dineshkumar, Jennifer Moroz, Rehmatullah Sheikh, Kikachi Memeh, Ateqah Khaki, Scott White

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Host Vinita Srivastava dives into conversations with experts and real people to make sense of the news, from an anti-racist perspective. From The Conversation Canada.
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You Can't Be Neutral

MovingTrainMedia.com

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A political podcast inspired by Howard Zinn and progressive and radical activism, taking a hammer to our cultural infrastructure to crack the façade and create space for new perspectives. History, Policy, Environment, Society, Culture. Anticapitalist, antifascist, antiracist, antisexist, anticolonial. Working for a better future.
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Join Rev. Katie M. Ladd and producer Andrew Hackett and their special guests for conversations about power, violence, and peace; spiritual journey and pilgrimage; racial (in)equity; how to have difficult conversations; and food, faith, and planet. This podcast, launched during COVID-19, replaces The Well’s public engagements while they are paused. The Well is an intentional community committed to justice and compassion; a place to safely explore issues that affect mind, body, spirit, communi ...
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Be Antiracist with Ibram X. Kendi

iHeartPodcasts and Pushkin Industries

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Be Antiracist imagines what an antiracist society might look like and how we all can play an active role in building one. Dr. Ibram X. Kendi is the author of How to Be an Antiracist, the book that spurred a nationwide conversation redefining what it means to be antiracist, and in this podcast, he guides listeners how they can identify and reject the racist systems hiding behind racial inequity and injustice. Alongside notable guests, Dr. Kendi continues his journey towards building a just an ...
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Black History Month is all well and good and serves a purpose, but people are Black all year round. So, we celebrate, recognise, support, educate and campaign all year. This podcast captures the discussions from our Black All Year events, hosted by Steph Edusei, an Ashanti-Geordie woman who is a leader and coach.
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A podcast for collective (un)learning in the struggle for intersectional liberation. We focus on educational realms, expanding to other societal areas. We share our stories as academics as well as those of our featured guests, including disability activists involved with multifaceted dimensions of system’s equity, self-determination efforts, anti-ableist and antiracist liberation. Join us as co-conspirators. This podcast is also available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@DES_podcast
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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 ...
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The murder of George Floyd created a moment of reflection and rededication to racial equality. But moments are ephemeral. Americans have a notoriously short attention span. How do we maintain momentum so that the moment becomes a movement? How do we translate the demands of protests into the domain of policy? Antiracist ideas are activated in antiracist policy, especially in local elections. We focus on criminal justice, economic justice, environmental justice, education, housing, health, im ...
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Cindy Wang Brandt helps parents heal from religious trauma, break toxic cycles, and raise children with healthy spirituality and conscious citizenship. She is an author, speakers, conference host committed to helping parents raise kids for a better world. The Parenting Forward podcast features interviews with thought leaders from progressive faith and non-faith spaces, resources to create better practices in parenting and life with children. We believe parenting is revolutionary, that if we ...
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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Psychology & Psychiatry. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
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Know Better Do Better makes it easy for you to get informed about race. It's hosted by Marie Beecham, a writer and speaker who has shared her fresh take on antiracism with millions. Her unique point of view will draw you in and send you off better equipped and inspired to make a difference. Interesting, insightful episodes on racial equity every Tuesday and Thursday.
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The Anti-Racist Educator

The Anti-Racist Educator

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Whether you are interested in becoming a more racially conscious educator, or you are simply an individual seeking to learn more about racial matters, we invite you to listen to our podcast and join us on a life-long journey of anti-racist education. The Anti-Racist Educator is run by a collective of educators of colour and based in Scotland. As an online learning platform, The Anti-Racist Educator aims to critically challenge racism by exploring teaching, discussing ideas and sharing learni ...
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I Hear Ya

Alex McFarland

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The Three C's the Woke world finds offensive: Caucasian, Conservative, Christian. But, you'll find that Alex McFarland's content is not toxic, but timely. The I Hear Ya podcast features issues and opinion-makers who may not always agree, but we approach subjects like culture, politics, religion, and race squarely and factually, bringing solid truths and clarity, and avoiding spin. The goal is to build bridges of understanding through conversation. Thank you very much for listening and giving ...
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John Brown Today is a podcast devoted to historical and contemporary themes relating to the abolitionist John Brown (1800-59), the controversial antislavery and antiracist freedom fighter. John Brown Today is hosted by Louis A. DeCaro Jr., a Brown biographer and researcher, the most prolific author on the John Brown theme since the abolitionist's death in 1859. John Brown Today engages a range of themes from history and biography to popular culture and other contemporary themes.
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Radical Math Talk

Kwame Sarfo-Mensah

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Radical Math Talk is the podcast dedicated to the revolutionaries in Math education! On this podcast, host Kwame Sarfo-Mensah will highlight the incredible educators who are reshaping, redefining, and decolonizing the way that Math education is taught in our schools. Additionally, he will explore the multiple ways in which Math education can be used as a vehicle for social justice and antiracist solidarity.
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a LATTO thought evaluates contemporary misperceptions about mixed raceness through the lenses of history, science studies, and personal perspectives in a way that is pro-Black, antiracist, and self-critical. The intent is to arm individuals with the clarity of how systems of law and power shape our feelings about who — not ‘what’ — we as individuals are so that we can begin to reshape the societies in which we collectively live. After all, we’re all already mixed. We’re simply taught to not ...
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My name is Joe and I created this podcast believing that many Americans, if presented authentic testimony of systemic racism, will support changes to achieve "liberty and justice for all". Through unscripted, engaging, and very personal conversations about America's racial issues, it is my sincere desire to help white Americans become more empathetic, anti-racist citizens. Will you join me on this important journey of building a bridge to a new America? I encourage you to use our new easy to ...
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Christian Souljah

The Christian Souljah Collective

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A weekly social justice, faith-minded podcast featuring three friends from across the Diaspora - Exploring life at the intersection of race, ethnicity, gender, culture, politics...and living while Black in America. Abdullah Muhammad is consultant, and equity, diversity, and inclusion educator who works with local governments, public, and private organizations to help them build equitable and antiracist organizations and communities. New episodes drop every Wednesday.
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Former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, who led the controversial effort to remove Confederate statues from the city and who now runs E Pluribus Unum- a nonprofit focused on advancing racial equity in the south, breaks down how we are divided by design. Race courses through every facet of our lives, yet too few people-- particularly white people-- truly understand the scale of racism in America, including our history and how racism still permeates today's institutions. The Divided by Design ...
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Talking About Kids is a weekly podcast for parents, educators, and direct service providers that explores the latest information on issues impacting children and adolescents, from preventing bullying to unlocking creativity. Hosted by R. Bradley Snyder, author of The 5 Simple Truths of Raising Kids, each episode presents a new topic and introduces listeners to authors, academics, and visionaries from around the globe.
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The Antiracism Book Club

Gyles & Vanetta Morrison

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The Antiracism Book Club is a safe space to learn about what it means to be, to act, to think or to speak racist or antiracist, away from the controversies and conflicts of popular media outlets. Thus, we strive to make racism a thing of the past and antiracism the new normal. In each episode, Gyles and Vanetta Morrison, plus guests, cover chapters from popular and prolific antiracism books, exploring the key themes and messages, and how they relate to their own lives.
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The Inclusion 1st Podcast

The Inclusion 1st Podcast

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The Inclusion 1st Podcast is creating a safe space for people to ask their most important questions on antiracism. Our mission is to demystify the practice of antiracism through the experience of questions and stories which we hope will encourage antiracist learning, growth, and action. We believe that it is the actions of individuals that help to push this movement forward. And to support these changemakers on their journey, we’ll answer listener-submitted questions in each episode. Tune in ...
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University of Minnesota Press

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Authors join peers, scholars, and friends in conversation. Topics include environment, humanities, race, social justice, cultural studies, art, literature and literary criticism, media studies, sociology, anthropology, grief and loss, mental health, and more.
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The Ahlquist Agenda

The Ahlquist Center for Policy, Practice & Innovation

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The Ahlquist Center for Policy, Practice and Innovation is the policy and advocacy arm of Brightpoint, a distinguished child and family service organization in Illinois. The Center advocates for robust, antiracist, equitable policies and social supports that create social capital, economic mobility, and systems designed to ensure children, families, and communities thrive.In this podcast, we invite you to take an inside look at how we think about policy: why it matters, how it impacts youth, ...
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Primary Care Perspectives

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

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Listen in as Katie Lockwood, MD, a primary care pediatrician at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, discusses hot topics in primary care with CHOP subject-matter-experts as they weigh in on issues affecting the daily practice of pediatricians. This podcast is for general informational and educational purposes only and is not to be considered as medical advice for any particular patient. Clinicians must rely on their own informed clinical judgment in making recommendations to their patients. ...
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Our goal is to share the stories of 500 Black Educators. We will celebrate the impact and achievements, lean into the joy and lament, and highlight the important roles that educators play in our lives. www.blackeducatorsmatter.org The Movement: Black Educators Matter is a nonprofit organization designed to create an ecosystem for Black educators globally. Through engagement and podcasting, we will document our stories and harness our collective power to enact change and make excellence equit ...
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A podcast about teaching, learning, and educational justice. We talk to faculty, students, alumni, and community members about current issues in education affecting K-12 schools and higher education. FDU EdCast is produced by the School of Education at Fairleigh Dickinson University and hosted by Brian Mooney. Executive producer is Allen Debren. The opinions expressed are those of the host and guests alone, and not the university or School of Education.
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NLN Nursing EDge Unscripted

National League for Nursing

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The NLN Nursing EDge Unscripted podcast, brought to you by the National League for Nursing Center for Innovation in Education Excellence, offers an ongoing series of three separate tracks of Unscripted Conversations navigating the how-to of innovation and transformation in nursing education. Each conversation embraces the power of innovation to move educators away from the mundane and mediocre to the interesting and exceptional.
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In The Margins

Diverse Education

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Achieving equality in higher education. The stakes have never been higher. The issues never more complex. Who graduates, and why? Who is getting hired as faculty and what is their experience? In each episode, we will look at issues surrounding students, faculty, diversity and inclusion, and skyrocketing college costs. From critical conversation to news, numbers, and analysis — we’ve got you covered. You can count on Diverse’s In The Margins to bring you the latest, most relevant thought lead ...
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The Score

Minnesota Opera

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It's time to put opera on game! Hosts Lee Bynum, Paige Reynolds, and Rocky Jones are three Black and queer artists, pop culture aficionados, and arts administrators at Minnesota Opera, who are working every day to bring more diversity, equity, and inclusivity into opera and classical music. The Score is their provocative, thoughtful, and humorous commentary on the industry's past, present, and future, as seen through an anti-racist and anti-oppressive lens. Each episode features a variety of ...
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Kady, Eric, Kyle and Guests are here to talk about how Nonviolent Communication (NVC) can be implemented into your daily lives. NVC is a communication modality developed by Marshall Rosenberg. It focuses on compassion, empathy, observations, feelings, needs & requests in order to connect with others on a deeper level. Marshall has used NVC in high intensity conflicts over seas and he talks about how powerful it is to use. We will discuss topics all across the board and how NVC can be used in ...
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Welcome to The Angry Educators Podcast! Join Stephanie Biela and Sarah Medeiros as they discuss current events, policy, and trends that impact public education. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theangryeducators/support
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The Womanity Project is a series of conversations around genders and equality. We ask and explore with our guests what it means to be a woman—or a man, or any gender—how it shapes our relationship to the world, and how we can make changes in our lives to advance equality.
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In Unison

Mission: Orange

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Choir lovers, rejoice! Join International Orange Chorale Director Zane Fiala and SF Chorister Giacomo DiGrigoli as they interview notable choral composers, conductors, and singers, review new and notable performances, chat about the Bay Area choral scene, and cover some of the larger questions, issues, and topics of interest affecting all of us in the choral community. More at https://www.inunisonpodcast.com
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Welcome to the ReRooted Podcast with Francesca Maximé, trauma-sensitive mindfulness meditation teacher and poet. Together we’ll take a closer look at approaches to transforming trauma with insights from psychology, neuroscience, spirituality, social justice and the creative arts. Join Francesca and her guests for an exploration of our shared connection and how we can cultivate greater compassion for ourselves and for others.
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The SIREN Podcast

Social Interventions Research and Evaluation Network

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Welcome to the official podcast channel of the Social Interventions Research and Evaluation Network (SIREN) at the University of California, San Francisco.
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Welcome to the Healing Centered Conversations Podcast where we create space for conversations that heal. With your host Dr. Byron McClure, along with our special guests will give you the insight to promote collective healing by putting people first. Through weekly conversations with educators, psychologists, and healers, we discuss ways to heal, thrive, and live your best life! This is the healing-centered conversations podcast!
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A recent publication in Pediatrics by George Dalembert, MD, MSHP and Aditi Vasan, MD, MSHP helps us learn more about how to use an antiracist approach to social care integration in primary care. In this episode, Drs. Dalembert and Vasan walk us through the recommendations made in their commentary with actionable steps for how we can all integrate s…
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In this episode of The Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Dr. Melanie Wilcox, Dr. Andres Perez-Rojas, and Dr. Laura Reid Marks talk about the article recently published in TCP titled, "Structural Competencies: Re-Grounding Counseling Psychology in Antiracist and Decolonial Praxis."
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Mentors have come up before on Talking About Kids, but the work of my guest today, Noelle Hurd, challenges more traditional notions of how mentors are identified and recruited and their role in the life of a kid, especially a racially or ethnically marginalized one. Noelle is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Virginia, where she also r…
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I have good news and bad news. I'll start with the bad news: The desire to be thought of as antiracist doesn't actually make you antiracist. If only! The good news: If you do want to be antiracist, there's a clear and attainable threshold that you can meet, and it's probably not what you think. Related episodes: Ep. 1, sharing my story on Apple & S…
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In this episode of 'Don't Call Me Resilient', Nisrin Elamin, Assistant Professor of Anthropolgy and African Studies at the University of Toronto, paints a grim picture of life in Sudan today. She says the current war, which exploded on April 15, 2023, is devastating both rural and urban communities. Elamin also identifies small pockets of hope. In …
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Now that we're a year and a half into this thing, I figured it's about time I revist my story and share details I never have before. I open up about my hardships, my radical transformations, my plentiful mistakes, and how I got to where I am now. Don't miss this rare, unguarded episode — it'll probably be another two years before I decide to be thi…
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“Ms. Stampley was my inspiration…” Barbara Bennett Reading Interventionist, Pre K, K, 1st - 3rd "I had the best teachers." This week we are joined by Ms. Barbara Bennett, a dedicated reading interventionist with a background in Pre-K - 3. Growing up in Clarksdale, Mississippi, Bennett was highly inspired by her teacher, Ms. Stampley, and experience…
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We’re bringing you an extra episode this week. This episode comes from The Conversation Weekly, our sister podcast from The Conversation UK. The episode, which we're running in full, centres around medically assisted dying. In Canada, medical assistance in dying (Maid) became legal in 2016. And the government intends to extend eligibility to people…
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Everything Is Police is a new book by Tia Trafford, who argues that institutional and interpersonal policing have been central to colonial modernity, the result of which is a situation where we cannot practically experience or even imagine worlds free from policing. Trafford is joined here in conversation with Melayna Lamb. Tia Trafford is reader i…
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From Ubers to courtrooms to classrooms, there's a pernicious kind of racial discrimination in which a few bad apples spoil the bunch. In this episode, I'm sharing a perfect case study — one that will make it easy for you to explain what systemic racism really is and how it works. Related episodes: Systemic Racism 101 on Apple and Spotify Antiracism…
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George Walker is an artist, educator, and historian, who is best known for his books about public figures ranging from Leonard Cohen to Tom Thomson. George tells these stories without words, using only images printed from wood he engraves. These wordless novels, as they are known, are in the tradition of works by Frans Masereel, Lynd Ward, and Otto…
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EMG's Book Sentimental State. Episode #4 of 4. In this episode, Marissa and Averill uncover the harrowing real story behind a wave of forced migration from early 18th century Paris to the struggling French territories along the Gulf Coast. Driven by underpopulation woes and a charlatan's get-rich-quick scheme, over 100 women were quite literally ro…
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This week, we’re sharing two segments. Addameer on Palestinian Prisoners First up, we spoke with Tala Nasser of the Palestinian prisoner human rights group, Al-Addameer which has offices in Jerusalem or Al-Quds, as well as in Ramallah. We speak about the report they released on Palestinian Prisoners day, April 17th, on the conditions of Palestinian…
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The scientific method that aspiring social scientists are taught in graduate school seems pretty straightforward: you start with a hypothesis, figure our how you’re going to operationalize and measure your variables, pick cases that provide a tough test of your hypothesis, then collect your data, analyze it, and report your findings. However, for c…
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We spoke with Yaffa, a Palestinian poet, author and activist living in the diaspora about two recent collections published by the Trans and Queer Muslim publishing house she founded called Meraj. One of the two books is entitled Inara: Light to Queer And Trans Palestinian Utopia and the second is a collection of her own poems written during the las…
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Currently the largest electorate in history is heading to the polls in India, where - of course - politicians and political parties are trying their best to influence voters. Film and popular culture have always provided a reflection of the country's political culture, but in this election, they are being used more than ever to *sway* voters - espe…
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Despite being widely criticized, White Fragility has been hugely successful. The best-selling book, which fraught with mistaken assumptions and misguided directives, epitomizes a very flawed approach to antiracism. This episode is a clear, concise explainer of three major issues — and these are critiques you'll want to hear. Related episodes: Every…
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Our guest this week on The Well QA is Daniel Wolpert. We discuss his newest book "Looking Inward, Living Outward". Daniel Wolpert, a healer and student of the spiritual life, worked as a research scientist, psychologist, farmer, and teacher, before earning his Masters of Divinity degree at San Francisco Theological Seminary (SFTS). Co-founder and E…
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Lost Literacies: Experiments in the Nineteenth-Century US Comic Strip (Ohio State UP, 2024) is the first full-length study of US comic strips from the period prior to the rise of Sunday newspaper comics. Where current histories assume that nineteenth-century US comics consisted solely of single-panel political cartoons or simple “proto-comics,” Los…
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During the first half of the twentieth century, a group of collectors and creators dedicated themselves to documenting the history of African American life. At a time when dominant institutions cast doubt on the value or even the idea of Black history, these bibliophiles, scrapbookers, and librarians created an enduring set of African diasporic arc…
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“I’m overjoyed that our kids now have these opportunities.” Wil Page Climate Justice 6th Grade Math/Science "It was joyful," says Wil Page, reflecting on his journey as a 6th-grade science teacher with 16 years of experience. Growing up in Los Angeles, he navigated the complexities of being the only biracial child in his class. Inspired by his unap…
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Lahore's Hall Road is the largest electronics market in Pakistan. Once the center of film and media piracy in South Asia, it now specializes in smartphones and accessories. For Hall Road's traders, conflicts between the economic promises and the moral dangers of film loom large. To reconcile their secular trade with their responsibilities as devote…
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Robin DiAngelo's rationale is littered with issues, but this episode is devoted to one error in particular — a teaching that I followed until it just about ran me into the ground. A teaching that too many of us have adopted. Related episodes: Systemic Racism 101 on Apple and Spotify Microaggressions in 15 Minutes on Apple and Spotify Referenced: Ni…
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As a writer, social media figure, and, now, children’s book author, Gina Prosch has focused on hope and joy. The second book in her Holly’s Choice series was just released. It is called, Hope! More Than Wishful Thinking. True to its title, it addresses hope, but, as you will hear, Gina’s conception of hope is not a Pollyanna one, but a practical an…
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EGM's Book The Sentimental State. Episode #3 of 4. In 1923, Zitkala-Ša, a Dakota woman, wrote an unpublished essay titled "Our Sioux People," tracing the U.S. government's relationship with the tribe. She described a scene where delegates from the Pine Ridge reservation met with Mr. E. B. Merritt of the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington, DC. Z…
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Asheville's Southside Community Farm This week, we're sharing a recent interview with Chloe Moore, a steward, farmer and educator at the Southside Community Farm, in the historically Black neighborhood of Southside in Asheville, NC. The farm has been serving the neighborhood and the region with free and inexpensive, fresh produce for a decade, prov…
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Since Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, Yaroslav Trofimov has spent months on end at the heart of the conflict, very often on its front lines. In Our Enemies Will Vanish: The Russian Invasion and Ukraine's War of Independence (Penguin, 2024), he traces the war’s decisive moments—from the battle for Kyiv to more recently the gruelling and blo…
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“Urgent Request to the International Court of Justice (South Africa V. Israel)” APPLICATION OF THE CONVENTION ON THE PREVENTION AND PUNISHMENT OF THE CRIME OF GENOCIDE IN THE GAZA STRIP (SOUTH AFRICA v. ISRAEL) URGENT REQUEST FOR THE MODIFICATION AND INDICATION OF PROVISIONAL MEASURES PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 41 OF THE STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT…
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This episode gives you a brief overview of the vision and goals for the Australasian Psychiatry journal in discussion with its new editorial team, hosted by Jeffrey Looi, Samantha Loi, Sharon Reutens and Tarun Bastiampillai. They discuss the importance of promoting academia and scholarly projects, encouraging debate, and exploring policy and intern…
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During the Republican period (1912–1949) and after, many Chinese Buddhists sought inspiration from non-Chinese Buddhist traditions, showing a particular interest in esoteric teachings. What made these Buddhists dissatisfied with Chinese Buddhism, and what did they think other Buddhist traditions could offer? Which elements did they choose to follow…
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Collectively, the global student protests demanding university divestments from Israel are one of the largest mass protests in recent history. Student protesters are risking their futures as they demand their institutions financially divest from Israel and companies connected to supplying weapons and technology to Israel’s government. Last week, in…
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When it comes to DiAngelo's approach to antiracism, I have some weighty grievances. Concerns, if you will. Let's talk about them. Related episodes: Identity Politics... It’s Complicated on Apple & Spotify Exposing the Lies That Make Us Fragile on Apple & Spotify White Allies, You Need to Change How You Think About Whiteness on Apple & Spotify Refer…
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Today’s book is: At Every Depth: Our Growing Knowledge of the Changing Oceans (Columbia UP, 2024), by Tessa Hill and Eric Simons, which takes readers beneath the waves and along the coasts, to explore how climate change and environmental degradation have spurred the most radical transformations in human history. The world’s oceans are changing at a…
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In this episode, we revisit a thought-provoking panel discussion from the National Action Network’s 2024 Convention held April 10-13 in New York City. Led by moderator Dr. Jamal E. Watson, esteemed panelists Kimberlé Crenshaw, Stephanie Ruhle, Dr. Alvin Tillery, Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, and Dedrick Asante-Muhammad delve into the profound impact of a…
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EL Putnam’s new book Livestreaming: An Aesthetics and Ethics of Technical Encounter considers how livestreaming constitutes new patterns of being together that are complex, ambivalent, and transformative. Digging into how humans and technology co-evolve, Putnam and Noel Fitzpatrick engage in conversation about relation and hyper-individualism, glit…
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Let's turn our attention to misogynoir, the unique struggle of Black women. Related episodes: Intersectionality in 30 Min: How it Originated, Gained Popularity, & Has Rapidly Changed on Apple & Spotify Sources: Demarginalizing the Intersections of Race and Sex by Kimberle Crenshaw PBS, "Not All Women Gained the Vote in 1920" NPR, "The Root: How Rac…
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In this episode of the Psychology of Women Quarterly podcast series, Dr. Jaclyn Siegel interviews authors Cassandra N. Davis, Kayla A. Huber, and Patricia A. Frazier about the article, "Public Harassment of Runners in the United States: Differences by Gender and Sexual Orientation," published in March 2024.…
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The Sisterhood: How a Network of Black Women Writers Changed American Culture (Columbia University Press, 2023) explores how an incredible group of Black women writers, including Alice Walker, June Jordan, Toni Morrison, Ntozake Shange, Audre Lorde, and writers and intellectuals convened an informal group called “The Sisterhood” and how they transf…
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