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This is the story of a mass-murder that divided a nation - a story that began in a rickety old home on a cold June morning in 1994, where five members of a seemingly ordinary New Zealand family were gunned down. There were two suspects. One lay dead from a single bullet to the head. The other was the only survivor: David Bain. Since then the country has asked: who killed the Bain family? David or his father Robin? In this podcast, Martin van Beynen explores the case from start to finish, pic ...
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Have you ever wondered who that Black journalist was behind the story you were reading? Or who was that Black face you saw on TV? Or that Black voice you heard on the radio? Maybe you wanted to know more about them? If so, you’re just like us. Get to know the Black journalists behind the stories and organizations we’re all reading, watching, and listening to. Hosted by Donnell Suggs, the editor-in-chief of The Atlanta Voice, and Zuri Berry, the owner and principal producer of ZMC Podcasts.
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Human Resources

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Exploring the true story of British involvement in the transatlantic slave trade and how it touches every part of the nation. Hosted by Moya Lothian-McLean, a journalist and descendent of both Black African Slaves and White slave owners or overseers.
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Author, essayist and journalist Meghan Daum has spent decades giving voice—and bringing nuance, humor and surprising perspectives—to things that lots of people are thinking but are afraid to say out loud. Now, she brings her observations to the realm of conversation. In candid, free-ranging interviews, Meghan talks with artists, entertainers, journalists, scientists, scholars, and anyone else who’s willing to do the “unspeakable” and question prevailing cultural and moral assumptions.
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The podcast is about being Black in America for 80 years... as seen through the eyes of The Last Negroes at Harvard. There were 18 of us. We were in the Class of 1963. Before we leave the planet, we have a lot to say and people we want to talk to.
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This podcast explores the history, culture and experiences of the Black community in Boston, Massachusetts and beyond. It is hosted by Dr. Hettie V. Williams, Director of the Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture at the University of Massachusetts at Boston. The Trotter Institute was founded in 1984 to promote research/public policy initiatives on the Black community in Boston and it is named for Black activist, journalist, editor and business man William Monroe Trotter (1872-1934 ...
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Far above the diamond in the virtual press box, Black Baseball Mixtape presents "In The Booth," with award-winning host and presenter Flobo Boyce. Each episode takes a fresh look at what it means to be a fan of color in baseball, taken from the perspectives of those who love their teams the most!
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Pod Save the UK is your weekly fix of political news, big ideas and a shot of inspiration. Each week hosts, comedian Nish Kumar and journalist Coco Khan are joined by politicians, experts, and famous friends to unpick the latest news, look for solutions, and inspire action. From Crooked Media – the creators of Pod Save America – in partnership with Reduced Listening, tune in to new episodes of Pod Save the UK every Thursday wherever you pod.
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Nadine Talks

Nadine Talks Podcast

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Nadine Talks is a weekly podcast by Nadine Batchelor-Hunt bringing you alternative discussion & analysis of the stories behind the headlines. Nadine Batchelor-Hunt is a journalist with bylines at the Guardian, Metro, the Huffington Post, and the Mirror. She is also a student with News Associates studying for an NCTJ in Multimedia Journalism. New episodes every Tuesday.
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Dirty Thoughts

Dirty Thoughts

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Thoughts of not your typical journalist, millennial, single black woman. Conversations that need to be had and I want to have. Cover art photo provided by Efe Kurnaz on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@efekurnaz
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Black in Appalachia

Black in Appalachia

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Having long been in this region, Black Appalachians remain mostly invisible, while the dominant narratives of Appalachia depict an overwhelming, white cultural homogeneity. The Black in Appalachia Podcast challenges these misconceptions by highlighting how Black families have shaped and have been shaped by the region. Through historical and contemporary stories of people, places and experiences, hosts Enkeshi El-Amin and Angela Dennis interrogate what it means to be Black in Appalachia, crea ...
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Why This Universe?

Dan Hooper, Shalma Wegsman

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The biggest ideas in physics, broken down. Join theoretical physicist Dan Hooper and co-host Shalma Wegsman as they answer your questions about dark matter, black holes, quantum mechanics, and more. Part of The University of Chicago Podcast Network.
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Created, hosted, and produced by Erick Taylor Woodby, Our Black Gay Diaspora Podcast is a global biweekly podcast where Black LGBTQ professionals share about their countries and professions. Guests include Executive Director at PEOPLE Magazine Jeremy Helligar, Palmira Koukkari Mbenga, Swedish journalist, actor, and script editor for Netflix’s Young Royals, and Gamal ‘G’ Turawa, the protagonist in the 2022 BAFTA-winning British docudrama The Black Cop. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy f ...
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Safest Family on the Block is what happens when a 6th degree black belt, journalist, and father of two spends too much time talking with experts about how to keep our families safe. What kinds of experts? Well, for example, a Paramedic Captain about preventing child injuries, a suicide counselor on early warning signs, a defense investigator on how criminals choose victims, a school administrator and retired marine on school safety, and lots, lots more.
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Celebrated journalist Jason Whitlock and his cast of "Fearless Soldiers" protect the realm of common sense and challenge the groupthink mandated by elites. Listen Monday through Friday for the most fearless conversation at the crossroads of culture, faith, sports, and comedy.
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Time Out with Troyce is a podcast & web show produced and created by Troyce. The Podcast offers News coverage,Uncensored commentary on viral subjects & more hosted by youtube star, Journalist and media personality Destin Troyce AKA Troyce . Viewers discretion is advised .
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The journalist John Sweeney has been on Vladimir Putin's case for 22 years since he first saw evidence of war crimes by the Russian army under Putin's command in Chechnya. John first called Vladimir Putin a war criminal in March 2000. And again and again he's seen evidence of Vladimir Putin killing people, killing people in Russia, killing people in Britain and around the world. Reporting from Kyiv this podcast will answer the question on everyones lips, who could do this to Ukraine, to civi ...
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A Writer's Flow Podcast is a deep dive into the entire W.D.M.C. Series told through the eyes of The Immortal Jazz Man. He chronicles the story of what is happening in the series to Yolanda Swift, Chicago's most famous and trusted journalist...
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Does the Who Dat cheer send chills down your spine? Do you believe Saints football unites us even in in the toughest times? Black and Gold Rush, hosted by New Orleans native Rachel Jones, is a podcast covering all aspects of Saints football, but it focuses on telling inspiring stories that make it clear why we cheer for the Saints year after year - and why it's so important to pursue our dreams without fear. Rachel Jones is a journalist and communications pro who hosted Black and Today on No ...
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Black and White Stories

Black and White Stories

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Aboriginal Elder, Vicki Clark, OAM, and veteran ABC journalist, Philippa O'Donnell, celebrate stories about people who are building communities by sharing First Nations and western knowledge. Each episode takes you on a journey to an Australian town, city, or outback community where you will hear from fascinating people who are learning from each other's culture. Enjoy these inspiring stories with us.
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A Common Sense Selection! Exploring stories of science discovery. Tumble is a science podcast created to be enjoyed by the entire family. Hosted & produced by Lindsay Patterson (science journalist) & Marshall Escamilla (teacher). Visit www.tumblepodcast.com for educational content.
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Flip Your Script is a podcast about life’s critical turning points and how people find the inspiration and motivation to move forward and rewrite their unique stories. The show is hosted by Kristi Piehl, who flipped her script from an Emmy-winning journalist to a successful entrepreneur (Media Minefield) and speaker.
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Off Book: The Black Theatre Podcast

Broadway Black & Broadway Podcast Network

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Go into the world of black theatre artists on this weekly podcast with a theatre journalist, an actress, & a playwright. Drew Shade, Kim Exum, & Ngozi Anyanwu are your hosts and they will most certainly be Off Book. New episodes every Monday! Email: OffBook@BroadwayBlack.com Twitter: @OffBookPodcast | @BroadwayBlack IG: @BroadwayBlack | @OffBookPodcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/broadwayblack2.0 www.BroadwayBlack.com
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An examination of Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP) and related topics with credible UFO news and information. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/open-minds-uap-news--6161161/support.
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Bad Bad Thing Season 2: The Blackstone Sisters TV show producer Jill Blackstone is accused of killing her disabled sister Wendy, and some of their rescue dogs, by leaving them in a garage with a barbecue grill. Jill blames the deaths on accidental monoxide poisoning But police believe she staged the scene. Who will you believe? Reported and hosted by Emmy award winning journalist, Barbara Schroeder.
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Black Sheep

Black Sheep

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In the English language, black sheep is an idiom used to describe a member of a group, different from the rest. The Black Sheep pod is a biweekly podcast hosted by Mike Creef, a liberal arts dropout turned journalist and Emeka Nnaka, former pro athlete turned inspirational speaker. Two guys that found their respective voices being out of the ordinary. Black sheep may not have ideal paths but they do have unique perspectives. Join the conversation for an insightful dialogue about the latest n ...
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Original Gangsters, a True Crime Talk Podcast

Original Gangsters, a True Crime Talk Podcast

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Original Gangsters, a true crime talk podcast explores crime and culture, and finds the nexus behind everyone's favorite true crime movies, TV shows, and music. Hosts Scott Burnstein, true crime author and investigative journalist, and Dr. James Buccellato, true crime author and social scientist bring you exclusive interviews with former organized crime associates, law enforcement, as well as actors and musicians. Hear true stories from people who were there, in the 'life.'
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Flash Forward

Rose Eveleth

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Flash Forward is a show about possible (and not so possible) future scenarios. What would the warranty on a sex robot look like? How would diplomacy work if we couldn’t lie? Could there ever be a fecal transplant black market? (Complicated, it wouldn’t, and yes, respectively, in case you’re curious.) Hosted and produced by award winning science journalist Rose Eveleth, each episode combines audio drama and journalism to go deep on potential tomorrows, and uncovers what those futures might re ...
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53:5 - The Official Stryper Podcast celebrates all things Stryper! Join podcaster/author/journalist Matt (Matman) Herring as he helps celebrate the amazing history, legacy and future of one of the most beloved Hard Rock/Heavy Metal bands of all time! This show features news, Stryper chat, Stryper music, Stryper members (well, it is their show), musical guests that are fans and have been influenced by Stryper, and is presented like those classic radio shows of the 70's and 80's. Get ready, pu ...
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Black Fitness Today

Cerebellum Media Group

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Black Fitness Today founders Ilen and Lauren Bell provide informational and inspiring discussions about health, fitness, nutrition, and mindset. Each episode features the latest news, guest interviews with celebrities, industry professionals, influencers and thought and leaders providing tips and motivation to keep you fit, inspired and empowered.
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Running Things is a new original series hosted by world record-breaking sprinter and two-time Olympic Champion Donovan Bailey, alongside broadcaster and journalist Jason Portuondo. Every week, Bailey and Portuondo have inquisitive, open-minded discussions about global topics relevant to the modern human experience, such as the Black Lives Matter movement, the psychological and sociological effects of social media, the politics of sport, critical moments in pop culture, and news, and more — a ...
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Thirty years ago, in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Crown Heights, a car accident set off four days of unrest. Two people died. Dozens were injured. Hundreds were arrested. In this Pineapple Street Studios series, journalist Collier Meyerson explores what came to be known as the “Crown Heights Riot.” It’s a story about immigration, New York City’s first Black mayor, the rise of Rudy Giuliani, and the Lubavitch Jewish and Caribbean-American communities sitting at the center of it all. To Meyers ...
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This is Black & Gold B.S., the irreverent Saints podcast from Boot Krewe Media! Join lifelong fans and self-professed New Orleans Saints experts Jacob Krasnow (a former Louisiana TV journalist), Sean Haspel (a current sports marketing professional) and Allison Pratt (definitely the brains of the operation) as they ~tchoup~ it up, exploring the joys and sorrows that come with the fandom of their favorite football team. Logo designed by T.J. Krentel
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Comedian and journalist Wafeeq Zarif tells you how he really feels about everything from life’s daily challenges and cooking with food you want to eat, to finding the best comedy movies and surviving when you’re Black, but not THAT Black. Wafeeq Zarif Unleashed includes laugh out loud stand-up, improv, and sketch comedy, along with music video reviews, barstool sports, and riveting interview segments.
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Disinformation researcher Jonathan Ong and journalist Kat Ventura go deep into the world of troll farms and online black propaganda machinery in the Philippines. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A Way with Words - language, linguistics, and callers from all over

Hosted by Martha Barnette and Grant Barrett. Produced by Stefanie Levine.

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Light-hearted conversation with callers from all over about new words, old sayings, slang, family expressions, language change and varieties, as well as word histories, linguistics, regional dialects, word games, grammar, books, literature, writing, and more. Be a part of the show with author/journalist Martha Barnette and linguist/lexicographer Grant Barrett. Share your language thoughts, questions, and stories: https://waywordradio.org/contact or words@waywordradio.org. In the US 🇺🇸 and Ca ...
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Featuring stories of new scientific research on human flourishing that translate these basic discoveries into practical tools. Bringing a mix of curiosity, compassion, and creativity that will appeal to all ages, journalist Richard Sergay and acclaimed writer/producer Tavia Gilbert shine a spotlight on the human impact at the heart of a cutting-edge social and scientific research project. This project was made possible through the generous support of a grant from Templeton World Charity Foun ...
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This week on the Black Rifle Coffee Podcast. Evan and Logan talk to Marty Skovlund Jr. Marty is a journalist, photographer and filmmaker. Marty is the current the editor-in-chief of Task & Purpose. Prior to his current role, he went on assignment to cover the Standing Rock oil pipeline protest, embedded with U.S. Special Forces in Afghanistan and r…
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Paid subscribers get full access to my interview with Andrew Boryga. The first portion of this episode is available to all listeners. To hear the entire conversation, become a paying subscriber here. Who says you can’t write a novel skewing social justice excesses? Andrew Boryga has done just that — to critical acclaim. His debut novel VICTIM tells…
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One of the most powerful words you’ll ever hear — and one of the most poignant — isn’t in dictionaries yet. But it probably will be one day. The word is endling, and it means “the last surviving member of a species.” The surprising story behind this word includes a doctor in a Georgia convalescent center, a museum exhibit in Australia, the Tasmania…
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“Time for an Awakening” with Bro.Elliott & Bro.Richard, Friday 06/14/2024 at 8:00 PM (EST) ”Freestyle Friday Edition”. The N.Y. City 16th District race and Jamaal Bowman was one of the subjects discussed, and joining us was N.Y. City activist Clifton Abrams. This was part of the open forum discussion. Also conversation the weeks topics that effect …
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“Time for an Awakening” with Bro.Elliott & Bro.Richard for Sunday 6/09/2024 at 7:00 PM (EST) guest was Psychotherapist, Author, and retired Chief Psychologist for the Prisons in Philadelphia, PA., Dr. Carlton Payne. Can Negative Rap Music and Videos be harmful to the minds of Black Youth? This and other topics was part of the discussion with our gu…
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“Time for an Awakening” with Bro.Elliott & Bro.Richard for Sunday 6/09/2024 at 7:00 PM (EST) guest was Psychotherapist, Author, and retired Chief Psychologist for the Prisons in…By Elliot Booker
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Following a week of political manifestoes dropping from UK parties - Nish & Coco take a deep-dive investigation to see how they hold up against one another. With a focus on manifestoes that have left-wing approaches - they discuss what policies are the most realistic and which hold up the best under scrutiny. Joined by political journalist Zoe Grün…
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In this episode we discuss UAP Analysis and Science with Dr. Doug Buettner, Deputy Chief Scientist at the Acquisition Innovation Research Center (AIRC). Dr. Buettner has recently joined the board of the Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies and has been analyzing cases, including the NYC case we recently reviewed on this show. We also cover recent U…
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According to the Washington Post, despite the WNBA seeing record growth and ratings thanks to Caitlin Clark, the league is still on track for record financial loss over the next two seasons. Why would a business that has never turned a profit, or broken even, have so much disdain for those responsible for its very existence? It all comes down to th…
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Two weeks after an angry parent accosted him on stage at graduation -- and video of the incident went viral worldwide -- Baraboo schools superintendent Dr. Rainey Briggs sits down with our Rob Chappell (14:40) to talk about the moment, the aftermath, and what it means for Baraboo. Plus, we preview this weekend's Big Gay Market (0:45), dig into some…
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Did Tom Brady just have his Harrison Butker moment? Jason believes so. Brady used his speech for his New England Patriots Hall of Fame induction to deliver a viral, anti-woke message about football and life. Whitlock and T.J. Moe discuss the increasing bravery of white athletes speaking out against the culture and the environment that’s making it p…
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On this episode of Running Things with Donovan Bailey, Donovan and Jason Portuondo talk about Marcell Jacobs and his 100m win in the European Championship, whether he can repeat in Paris, Fred Kerley's controversial DNS, Elaine Thompson-Herah's disappointing result in New York City, Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone, Louie Hinchliffe and they remember Jerr…
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The polls are indicating a landslide victory for Labour come the election on July 4th. But that hasn’t stopped the calls - from both the left and the right - for citizens to vote tactically. But what does that really mean in Britain’s broken electoral system? Joining Nish and Coco on the PSUK sofa is Femi Oluwole, activist and campaigner, and Joe T…
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Why the two reports? Shams Charania of the Athletic crowned J.J. Redick as the front-runner for the Lakers' head coaching job, but his former mentor and ESPN colleague Adrian Wojnarowski proclaimed UConn’s Dan Hurley the betting favorite. In a new report, Ethan Strauss speculates that Woj may have just used his reporting to get his close personal f…
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This week on the Black Rifle Coffee Podcast Evan, Tim, and Andy are in Normandy, France. Fresh off of their static line jumps into Normandy to celebrate the 80th Anniversary of the invasion by allied forces, they recap how it feels to be on hallowed ground where many important battles took place. Don't miss out on this special episode from a specia…
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Is there a racial element to all the Caitlin Clark hate? Many believe there is, but Marc Lamont Hill isn’t one. The favorite leftist of "Fearless" joins Jason to debate all of the Cait hate and the role it played in her Olympic team snub. Plus, the pair spar over Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla’s refusal to fall for a reporter’s race-baiting question, a…
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Is Caitlin Clark the best player in the WNBA? No. Is Caitlin Clark what is best for the business of women’s basketball? Yes. That’s why the decision to leave her off of the 2024 U.S. Olympic team makes it clearer than ever that the WNBA, its coaches, and players would rather stand on bigotry than business. Jason unleashes a fire-starter of facts ov…
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You may have a favorite word in English, but what about your favorite in another language? The Spanish term ojalá is especially handy for expressing hopefulness and derives from Arabic for “God willing.” In Trinidad, if you want to ask friends to hang out with you, invite them to go liming. Nobody’s sure about this word’s origin, although it may in…
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In this “bad boys for life” episode, Ernest talks about that foolish Jim Crow campaign controversy, debating Piers Morgan on transgender rights, the wins of the Philly budget, hip-hop in bed with far-right interests, canceling The Dream, and more. Ernestly Speaking! is executively produced and hosted by Ernest Owens. Check him out at ernestowens.co…
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The UK’s sorry state of affairs when it comes to water and railways is both a massive problem and an opportunity for the incoming government. Water companies are teetering on the brink of collapse and it feels inevitable that they will soon fall back in to public ownership. But how can we pay for renationalised services? Cat Hobbs from We Own It ta…
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You can’t say she didn’t warn us. Grio host and “Real Housewives of New York” star Eboni K. Williams told us last year she was a champion of single motherhood, now the attorney and former Fox News contributor is 40, single, and pregnant. In a glowing piece in “People” magazine she praises God for her miracle daughter conceived through IVF. Shemeka …
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This is a summer encore episode of one of our favorite episodes from Season 4 of Tumble! Do you love fossils, adventure, and spending time in small spaces? If so, you could become an underground astronaut! Marina Elliot, Becca Peixotto, and Kenni Molopyane found this unusual job description through a Facebook ad, and landed deep inside a cave that …
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Today, we look ahead toward a couple Juneteenth events (01:25), preview a new play at Overture Center (07:50) and get an update (and takes) on the incident at Baraboo High School's graduation (47:17). In the interview segment (18:25), Araceli Esparza and Paquita Purnell join us to talk about the upcoming Yo Quiero Dinero event, featuing the stories…
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Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey finally comes clean on everything we already knew about social media and the algorithm: It’s all rigged. This is not a new revelation — Whitlock warned us all of the dangers of the social media matrix eight years ago, and nothing has changed. Just look at the drama queens of the WNBA, players like Angel Reese, Chenned…
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On this episode of Donovan Bailey Running Things, Donovan and Jason discuss Oblique Seville's big win in Jamaica and which men could win the 100m and 200m in Paris, Julien Alfred's 10.78, how the women look heading into Paris, why Donovan believes in Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, how Canada with Andre De Grasse is looking, and Shannon Sharpe's recent co…
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In week two of the campaigns for the upcoming General Election - the fight for the centre vote has become a focal point. But the crucial question remains - what will this do for the future of politics in the UK? Are we at risk of losing diversity across parties? And as Keir Starmer appears to be purging the left-wing factions of the Labour Party, N…
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Chennedy Carter’s flagrant foul on Caitlin Clark exposed one of the WNBA’s underlying problems. The league isn’t skilled enough, and sports fans don’t want to see violent women acting like aggressive, insecure, envious men. America should have different expectations for men and women, even in sports. Delano Squires and Anthony Walker join Jason to …
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Rugare Gomo is an Australian-based Zimbabwean keynote speaker, life and business coach, and author. Through accepting himself as a Black gay man, Rugare honours and celebrates who he is and encourages others to do the same. He shares how he authentically lives his life as a son, husband, friend, and motivational entrepreneur. Hosted on Acast. See a…
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Caitlin Clark’s short time in the WNBA spotlight has been quite revealing. The latest controversy involving a hard, needless foul by the league’s one-woman goon squad has exposed the players and the media’s welfare mindset. ESPN’s Monica McNutt used the opportunity to leave Stephen A. Smith speechless, who in turn doubled down on the racial element…
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Beth Rodden began climbing at a young age and quickly gained recognition for her accomplishments. However, Beth’s journey took a dramatic turn when she and three others were kidnapped by militant rebels and held captive for six days while on a climbing trip in Kyrgyzstan. This experience changed Beth’s perspective on life and climbing. In this epis…
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In today’s episode, we hear from leader and luminary Dr. Jane Goodall, who has, for decades, made significant contributions to not only the scientific world, but to, arguably, the entire planet. When 26-year-old, British-born Jane Goodall began field studies of primates in Tanzania in July 1960, she was the first researcher to observe chimpanzees i…
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Join Jason and the Fearless Army team of Delano Squires, Shemeka Michelle, and Kevin Donahue as they recap and dissect Roll Call 2.0 We hit the highlights from Voddie Baucham, Mark Robinson, E.W. Jackson, Vince Everett Ellison, and more. If you missed this event, BlazeTV subscribers can log on now and catch the entire conference. Not a BlazeTV insi…
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“Time for an Awakening” with Bro. Elliott & Bro.Richard, Sunday 6/02/2024 at 7:00 PM (EST) guest was Professor of Media Studies, Writer, and Investigative Journalist, David A. Love. The dialogue centered around the article our guest wrote: https://thegrio.com/2024/05/28/black-faces-in-high-places-have-a-responsibility/ Always Information, insights,…
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Is college pointless? Is an “elite education” more about networking than learning? Returning guest William Deresiewicz has been pondering these questions for more than a decade. They were the subject of his bestselling 2014 book Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life. That book has just been reissue…
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Ribbon fall. Gallery forest. You won’t find terms like these in most dictionaries, but they and hundreds like them are discussed by famous writers in the book Home Ground: A Guide to the American Landscape. The book is an intriguing collection of specialized vocabulary that invites us to look more closely at the natural world — and delight in its l…
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