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The Black Landscape is a series of conversations that spotlight Black emerging and established leaders in the San Francisco Bay Area communities in various industries including the performing and literary arts, local government, the Peralta College system, labor unions, fashion design, event management and curation, entrepreneurship, and more!
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Are you looking for a space to express your black theological creativity without the policing of the church, academy, and society? Join Kylan, Social Entrepreneur and Founder of The Black Seminarians Table, as he interviews Black Seminarians from various institutions on seminary's highs, lows, and uh ohs. At this table, all of who you be is welcomed. So, pull up a seat and prepare to laugh, cry, and possibly be triggered as we come together to share our valued stories.
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Welcome to Black Rise podcast, your gateway to inspiring conversations with the crème de la crème of Black talent, leaders of 7-figure and above businesses across a spectrum of industries. Your host is Flavilla Fongang, an award-winning serial entrepreneur and she will be your guide on this journey. Black Rise isn't just a podcast; it's an extension of the first business platform dedicated to connecting the business world to talented, skilled and experienced Black talent. Our aim is to creat ...
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The Power Table
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The Power Table

California Black Women's Collective Empowerment Institute

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The Power Table - Conversations for Black Women, brings powerful Black Women leaders to the table to uplift quality of life issues that impact Black Women and Girls throughout California, nationally and international. The Power Table is sponsored by CA Black Women Collective Empowerment Institute.
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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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Delve into the forgotten stories of black women in true crime and missing persons cases that are often hidden by the media’s blind eye. Written and produced by acclaimed writer John Reedburg and hosted by Samantha Paul. Don’t miss a single episode—subscribe now to stay informed! New episodes drop every Thursday.
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Tired of chasing someone else's dream? Ignite your own path to success with "I Am Black Success®," the podcast fueled by 230+ stories of #BlackExcellence. Host Stephen A. Hart leads you on a deep dive into the journeys of bold Black trailblazers - founders, authors, creatives, and leaders who blazed their own trails. Every episode is your free blueprint for success, packed with actionable strategies, insights, and tools you can use TODAY. ✅ Learn from icons like Dr. Dennis Kimbro, Janice Bry ...
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Claudette is investigating the life and death of her father Courtney Laws, who was a leading member of Britain's black community and a pioneer of the Windrush Generation and yet, his story remains untold. This is a curious case of a missing legacy, offering a different perspective on modern Black British history and raising questions no daughter should have to ask.
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The Leader’s Way
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The Leader’s Way

Berkeley Divinity School at Yale

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Join Brandon Nappi, DMin, and Hannah Black, PhD, on this audio pilgrimage from Berkeley Divinity School, the Episcopal seminary at Yale. Journey with us as we contemplate life’s biggest questions together. In this podcast, we interview leaders and scholars as we think through the Church in the world today, theology, leadership, and innovation. Join us on this pilgrimage, where we cultivate hope and find inspiration along the way. New episodes drop every other Monday.
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Welcome to the Leaders in Conversation. A community of C- Suite Leaders who through a plethora of experience and finely - honed leadership skills will share with us how they cultivate the intelligence needed to create corporate value through intentional & authentic leadership conversations in Africa. I hope to inspire you to learn, gain new perspective, help you navigate your corporate journey as an aspiring C- Suite Leader. LEADERSHIP| WOMEN| CORPORATE CULTURE🎙
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Real, raw, and riveting, The Deal features Israeli-American Hasidic rapper and faith leader Nissim Black in conversation with some of the most influential and insightful thinkers, activists, and artists working today, talking about the intersections of identity, ideas, and culture. The Deal with Nissim Black is a production of SoulShop.
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Rewriting the Rules℠ interviews community and business leaders, youth champions, and other radicals whose work builds on the power and genius fundamental to Black communities, Indigenous Communities, and Communities of color. We shine a light on the legacies of creativity, strength and innovation sustaining these communities and offer practical tools for building smart, fair, and loving communities. The podcast is hosted by Dr. Tracine Asberry, Executive Director of St. Paul Youth Services, ...
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Sand & Shores helps tell true stories that have a powerful impact on real lives. We speak to elected officials, organizational leaders, experts, authors, and artists. The best leaders are lifetime learners. Let's hear their stories and follow the lead. #LLEADtheWay #LeadersCommunicate Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/sandandshores/subscribe www.SandAndShores.com To pitch your story, email us at info@sandandshores.com. TWITTER and INSTAGRAM: @tonyamckenziepr
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Every week we speak to inspiring guests from around the globe to enrich your mind, your body and your bank. Take a trip with your host and your girl: "Yaz" and my international VIP guest-list to enrich your life from the inside out. You will be inspired by Global Black Girl Magic to Level Up Your Life and Live Out Your Purpose. Come take a trip and learn to live richly!
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Welcome to All of the Above, the show that gives you an un-standardized take on education! We're your home for news and analysis of all the complex, relevant, and controversial issues impacting our schools today. Hosted by the super-dope duo of history teacher Dr. Manuel Rustin and principal-leader Jeffrey Garrett, two Black male lifelong educators based in Los Angeles. This is the podcast version of our video series. Check out the dopest education show on YouTube and subscribe to our channe ...
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Everybody needs a favorite auntie that will keep it a 100 no matter what! Everybody's Favorite Auntie is creating a healthy space for real talk with a weekly podcast having cross generational conversations about relationships, family and all the joy and drama in between! Join Black Bravado Founder Shakira and her Auntie Lisa as they get real with some of the cultures biggest influencers every Thursday live from NYC. Everybody’s Favorite Auntie is streaming on iTunes, Spotify and for free at ...
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Speeches and interviews with leaders of today’s worldwide African liberation struggle. On reparations, building the African nation, combatting police violence, community control of education, health care, African women, the U.S. counterinsurgency, neocolonialism and winning freedom and independence for African people everywhere. Featuring African People’s Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela, Luwezi Kinshasa, Dr. Aisha Fields, Kalambayi Andenet, Akilé Anai, Yejide Orunmila and more.
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Brown v. Board of Education held the promise of creating an integrated school system with equal education for all, but there was an unspoken consequence to this historic decision: Tens of thousands of Black teachers in the South were fired, leaving a gap that reverberated through generations of students to come. Hosted by educator and nonprofit leader Aimée Eubanks Davis, this five-part series spans the decades to provide an important look at the impact a Black educator can have on a Black s ...
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Listen to real-life stories from women of color who honor their ancestors' fight to achieve independence for the United States of America and are members of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). The host, Reisha Raney, a black leader in the DAR and a direct descendant of President Thomas Jefferson's grandfather, is conducting research as a Harvard University non-resident fellow, under the direction of Henry Louis Gates, Jr, host of the PBS Special "Finding Your Roots", exploring th ...
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In May 2017, 49-year-old builder Michael McGrath disappeared, almost without trace. No crime scene was ever found. No weapon was ever found. No body was ever found. So how could his longtime friend be arrested and charged with murder? In February 2023, the trial of David Charles Benbow finally began. Benbow stood accused of murdering McGrath because he’d started a relationship with Benbow’s former partner, Joanna Green. The prosecution said that, while based entirely on circumstantial eviden ...
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The Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast offers personal, practical coaching lessons that take the mystery out of leadership. In each episode of the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, Craig brings you empowering insights and easy-to-understand takeaways you can use to lead yourself and lead your team. You’ll learn effective ways to grow as a leader, optimize your time, develop your team, and structure your organization.
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Dreaming in Color
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Dreaming in Color

The Bridgespan Group x StudioPod Media

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The equitable future we seek requires celebrating the genius of today’s leaders of color. In Dreaming in Color, hear from champions in the charge for equity and justice. Hosted by Darren Isom, a partner in the The Bridgespan Group’s San Francisco office, this podcast offers leaders of color space to share how they have leveraged their unique assets and abilities to embrace excellence, drive impact, and more fully define what success looks like. Grounded in both his New Orleans roots and his ...
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The Black Swan Group has 10+ years of experience working with companies and individuals to take their negotiation skills to the next level. Our approach provides specific, actionable skills for navigating the negotiation process. Based on emotional intelligence and human nature, these skills transcend culture, build trust, and uncover the other side’s value system. By identifying the ‘Black Swans’ in a negotiation, you can effectively influence the other side’s decision making. Our simple ye ...
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Welcome to It's Up There Podcast With Looney, AKA BIG LOON! Loon strives to be a business leader for the culture. When he speaks about the podcast business, record label business and contracts, he does it with a level of understanding that your average consumer would not have. Being able to see through the smoke and mirrors within the industry and the industry tricks, people come to It’s Up There for a one of a kind perspective and to get a full breakdown. Tune in! Audio drops on Mondays and ...
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This is Connected Nation – an award-winning podcast focused on all things broadband. From closing the Digital Divide to simply improving your internet speeds, we talk technology topics that impact all of us, our families, and our communities. Learn more about the national nonprofit behind this podcast at connectednation.org.
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Violent Femme is a narrative podcast about women in history who were brave, bold, and ingenious, yet are mostly remembered for their brutality or villainy, if at all. Each episode will resurrect one of history’s brutally brave women whose image has been tarnished or even erased by men who fear such women but have long been entrusted with our history. Violent Femme will retell and sometimes reimagine history from the heroine’s perspective. This is herstory.
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In Search of Black Power challenges conventional narratives around Black policy, Black movements, and Black Life. We focus on creating a new language to discuss the issues presenting Black America, with a focus on independent institutional building and seeing Black folks as the solutions to our own problems.
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Mona, of Mona Math, reveals the mysteries of how to teach elementary math even if you aren't a math person. Discover how you can develop a buzzing student led math classroom. We cover all things math identity, classroom culture, and student centered instructional practices to help you empower students to love and understanding math deeply.
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This podcast is dedicated to help you better understand the biology, psychology and physiology of human decision making in order to help you become a more impactful communicator and a driving force for change. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/driving-change-podcast/support
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Season 4 of What Had Happened Was features host Open Mike Eagle in conversation with legendary drummer, band leader and Oscar winner Ahmir ‘Questlove’ Thompson. Throughout the course of the season, Questlove shares the stories behind the first four albums of the Legendary Roots Crew. Along the way, we hear Questlove’s personal rise alongside legends like Black Thought, Dilla, D’angelo, Jill Scott and many more.
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‘Sauce Mackenzie’ was born in Gary, Indiana within a community that encouraged him to pursue his wants and desires at a young age. Unfortunately, his own recklessness would lead him into learning the hard lessons of such a pursuit, causing him to forfeit his freedom in the early stages of his manhood. As the deception of his will would force him to repay his debt to society behind bars, he would formulate a plan to repay that debt in full by honoring not only the future generation, but also ...
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For the inaugural Black Women in Behavior Analysis Appreciation Day (Feb 21st!) I'm humbled to share episode 142 with the amazing Portia James! Portia is a visionary, a powerhouse of a leader, and a pioneer for people of color in her field. She shares bold perspectives on the lack of representation for black leadership in the workplace and how it i…
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On today's episode we celebrate and mark Black History Month by exploring issues important to African Americans relating to broadband, technology, and the Digital Divide. We welcome guests that are leaders in a variety of areas in tech for a round table discussion on everything from the misuse of the term “diversity” to the future of Black tech in …
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Kansas City's top detective, known and feared on the streets, had a hidden agenda - he was running a sex trafficking ring with a notorious drug kingpin. For years, Detective Roger Golubski used his power to shield his illegal operation, exploiting vulnerable black women and girls for profit. But when justice finally caught up with him, not even his…
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On this episode of the R&G Tech Studio podcast, asset management partner Melissa Bender engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Ropes & Gray’s technology strategy leader Ed Black. They delve into the firm's innovative artificial intelligence (AI) initiative, exploring the profound impact of AI on the legal services industry. Gain insights …
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Join the Power Table with our President & CEO Kellie Todd Griffin and this episode's guests Dr. Elaine Batchlor, MPH, President and CEO of MLK, Jr. Hospital and Dr. Medell Briggs-Malonson, MPH, MSHS, Chief, Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at UCLA Health.By California Black Women's Collective Empowerment Institute
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As the Founder and CEO of the Special Needs Network, Areva Martin was recently joined by Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell and St. John’s Community Health for a grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting of the Jacqueline Avant Children & Family Center. What was the inspiration and the journey like to make it all happen? Hundreds of Black and Mexican …
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In this episode, Sauce McKenzie discusses his personal background and introduces himself as the host of the Concrete Genius podcast. He reflects on the significance of Indianapolis hosting the All-Star Weekend and the impact it had on the city. He also addresses the issue of violence in Indianapolis and emphasizes the need for mentorship and involv…
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On this episode of Black Power Talks, we observe African Martyrs Day. At the first Congress of the African People’s Socialist Party in September 1981, APSP designated February 21 as “The Day of the African Martyr.” Malcolm X was assassinated on February 21, 1965 by agents of United States repression and counterinsurgency. Amidst the historical impo…
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Corporations are increasingly focused on issues related to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors. On this episode of the Better Way? podcast, co-hosts Hui Chen and Zach Coseglia explore the world of environmental crimes with Joe Poux, deputy chief of the Environmental Crimes Section at the U.S. Department of Justice. You will be fasci…
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Shalom, this lecture was done by Moreh David Israel. In this lecture he was making the comparison between a black messianic doctrine and doctrine of the K.K.K doctrine. Are most of these Israelite camps or body teaching a black liberation theology doctrine?By Culture Freedom Radio Network
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One factor can have the biggest impact on the trajectory of your leadership, and it’s not your genetics, appearance, or intelligence. It’s your ability to be consistent. Today, I’m sharing three keys to consistency from my new book, Think Ahead. Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/3-habits-of-consist…
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In this episode, Andy Andrews, Bob Beaudine, and Jimmy Yeary join the Driving Change podcast to celebrate its 100th episode. These industry titans are three of the most influential men in Business, Sports, and Music in America today. They provided so much wisdom we’ve dubbed this episode Sages On Stages and have had to break it into a part 1 and a …
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America’s housing affordability crisis is a well-documented reality not just in gentrifying cities but in virtually every corner of this nation. The persistence of the problem is particularly frustrating because we have proven policy solutions in hand, largely generated by nonprofits and community leaders. What is lacking is full-on political will …
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Navv Greene often compared to Funny Marco desi banks and others in the new comedy scene he still found his way on 85 south and coming to america 2 find out Navv Greene's experience with 'Coming to America' and the lack of communication from Amazon regarding cuts. The story behind Tracy Morgan replacing him in a movie role and his thoughts on naviga…
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I am passionate about teaching our students math in student centered ways that help them grow as human beings that are positioned to make a difference in the world. So that means, the work has to be real and relevant. Today we’re going to talk about the power that math can have when you INTEGRATE math with social studies. In this episode we will ch…
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Joy Marie Clarkson, PhD joins us to discuss her latest book You Are a Tree: And Other Metaphors to Nourish Life, Thought, and Prayer. Hannah, Brandon, and Joy talk about what metaphors are and why they’re so useful in preaching, theology, and life. They ponder how humans are more like trees than machines and explore the metaphor of love as disease.…
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This Week: New data from NJ and MA shows that teachers who entered the profession through alternative certification programs, particularly following shortages in recent years, show similar gains in test scores and similar performance in teacher evaluations to their peers who were trained in traditional teacher prep programs. But, are we surprised? …
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Breaking barriers and constructing legacies, Stephanie Boyce shares her profound journey to becoming the first person of colour to lead the Law Society of England and Wales, defying the odds and setting a new precedence. Her tale, woven from her grandparents' Caribbean roots and their emphasis on education, showcases the intricate dance of persever…
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Get FREE access to The Black Swan Group’s book 5 Negotiation Tactics for Dealing with Difficult People here: https://bit.ly/3duQVyWStop losing and start WINNING. Negotiations can feel intimidating, but our methods make it easy. We rely on emotional intelligence and empathy to get the job done. Explore our content and find the best skills and strate…
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Dr. Williams is an Associate Professor at Marist College. She is also a Licensed Psychologist and Certified School Psychologist in New York State. Dr. Williams mentors students and early-career faculty of color through the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) mentoring program. A practitioner-scholar, Dr. Williams’ years of working w…
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In today's episode of the Leaders in Conversation, Nomazibulo Tshanga speaks to Onke Dumeko about her career journey in the Film and Media industry. Onke Dumeko is a versatile Corporate Affairs executive, Operations executive, and Keynote Speaker. With extensive experience in FMCG, retail, media, publishing, and the public sector, she brings a dive…
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For Season 3, Ep. 1, of Rewriting the Rules®, we are talking about L.O.V.E.— With everything going on in the world. And all the things that we’re focused on locally and nationally, we rarely see or hear about the opportunities we, as adults, create to engage our young people in conversations about love. For this episode, we take time to speak with …
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BLD Presents: Speak For Yourself - BLD interviews Black entrepreneurs and other changemakers about issues surrounding access to capital, equity, and more. In this episode, Dwan and Ken speak with Shanese about the impact her organization, The Konnection, is making in the lives of youth in Detroit. Learn more about The Konnection: https://www.thekon…
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If you’ve ever inherited a struggling project, team, or organization, you know how hard it can be to fix something you didn’t break. Today’s episode with Dr. Jon Chasteen will give you practical leadership tools for rebuilding what’s been broken. Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/solving-problems-y…
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As authorities wrapped up their probe into the untimely passing of Atlanta rapper, Rahim Grant, they uncovered disturbing clues personally placed by the victim before his death. The main person of interest was 29-year-old mother, Ciera Harp, who had a child with the late artist. Let's delve into the truth behind that fatal evening on No Tears For B…
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Get FREE access to The Black Swan Group’s book 5 Negotiation Tactics for Dealing with Difficult People here: https://bit.ly/3duQVyWStop losing and start WINNING. Negotiations can feel intimidating, but our methods make it easy. We rely on emotional intelligence and empathy to get the job done. Explore our content and find the best skills and strate…
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On Season 5 Episode 5, we walk through the 2024 National Educational Technology Plan. It examines how technologies can raise the bar for elementary and secondary students – and offers solutions already being utilized by schools, districts, and states to close digital inequities in learning. We are joined today by one of those who helped author that…
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Sex toys have existed for 28,000 years, so why is there still such a stigma around them? This week we’re talking about the history of sex toys from the ancient world to the present, the evolution and cultural significance of the vibrator in the 19th and 20th centuries, Masters and Johnson’s revolutionary research, the ups and downs of the adult ent…
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Meet San Francisco resident, Fred Pitts. His solo show “Aren’t You…?” recounts his hilarious journey to visit all 21 California Mission churches, where he discovers that being Black makes him an instant celebrity – the question is which one? Pitts has been performing in the Bay Area for over 20 years. He has worked with numerous regional theatres, …
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Today, we are dropping in your feed to introduce you to When We Win, a new podcast from Lemonada Media that asks, is the impossible possible? What will it take to create a truly engaged democracy that represents all of us? Each week, Maya Rupert talks to some of the most incredible women of color in office today who ran against insurmountable odds …
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Get FREE access to The Black Swan Group’s book 5 Negotiation Tactics for Dealing with Difficult People here: https://bit.ly/3duQVyWStop losing and start WINNING. Negotiations can feel intimidating, but our methods make it easy. We rely on emotional intelligence and empathy to get the job done. Explore our content and find the best skills and strate…
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America’s progressive movement is a big tent of organizations and leaders whose passion for democracy runs deep. Imagine a Venn diagram with one circle representing these organizations and the issues they tackle, from choice, the environment, healthcare and housing to LGBTQ rights, labor rights, and immigration. A parallel circle would display the …
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Part 3 of our engaging series with Chico Bean on Its Up There Podcast. In this episode, Chico opens up about his challenging experiences with Nick Cannon and being booed at a comedy club in front of Martin. He also delves into profound discussions about men's roles in households and avoiding crucial conversations with loved ones." Key Discussion Hi…
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Thin sliced problems were coined by Peter Liljedahl in his book Building Thinking Classrooms in Mathematics. What are thin sliced problems & how can you use them to meet all the needs of your students? Be sure to listen as we go through the 9 simple steps to using thin sliced word problems in your math classroom. In this episode we will chat about:…
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Join host Sauce Mackenzie on a journey of unfiltered wisdom and raw truth in this episode of the Concrete Genius podcast. From reflections on gratitude and living with purpose to insightful Super Bowl predictions and candid discussions on navigating life's complexities, this episode covers it all. Discover the mindset of a true hustler as Sox share…
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Embarking on an entrepreneurial odyssey often demands a fortitude forged in the fires of early trials. Our guest, Tommie Edwards, is no stranger to this journey. With roots in Lagos' vibrant markets, she's navigated the transition from teenage business manager to tech trailblazer. Hear her story as she recounts the pivotal moments that shaped her c…
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This Week: Jeff’s alma mater, the Big Green, hit the headlines twice this week with big news about the NLRB recognizing their men’s basketball team as employees -- the first ruling of its kind that may pave the way for seismic change in college athletes nationally. Dartmouth emailed its alumni this week to notify them that they’re tossing aside the…
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In Episode 140, Ben chats with clinical psychologist, Dr. Afiya Mbilishaka, who has combined her passion for hairstyling with psychology to create a new global mental health movement called PsychoHairapy using hair as an entry point into mental health care. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop BACB: 1.0 Learning IBAO: …
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BLD Presents: Speak For Yourself - BLD interviews Black entrepreneurs and other changemakers about issues surrounding access to capital, equity, and more. In this episode, Dwan and Ken speak with Jennyfer about how journey as an entrepreneur and how she got started with Ask Jennyfer and All Things Detroit. Learn more about Ask Jennyfer: https://www…
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Adam22 of No Jumper fame on our podcast! Get ready for a captivating conversation with the man behind the iconic podcast that's been a driving force in the hip-hop and streetwear scenes. Uncover the untold stories, behind-the-scenes insights, and candid perspectives that have made No Jumper a cultural phenomenon. From interviewing music legends to …
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In Episode 4 of the Alter Call Podcast titled "Faith and Advocacy," host Jai Davis engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Reverend Nicole Garcia, the Faith Director of the National LGBTQ+ Task Force. The episode delves into the intersection of faith and advocacy, exploring the importance of training faith leaders to promote inclusivity wi…
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Get FREE access to The Black Swan Group’s book 5 Negotiation Tactics for Dealing with Difficult People here: https://bit.ly/3duQVyWStop losing and start WINNING. Negotiations can feel intimidating, but our methods make it easy. We rely on emotional intelligence and empathy to get the job done. Explore our content and find the best skills and strate…
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Training is an important part of any compliance program. Rarely, however, do we stop to meaningfully assess the effectiveness of the training. What are people getting out of them? What are the goals of the training and have those goals been achieved? And how can social science research inform how we design and evaluate training? On this episode of …
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Part of our caregiving series, Shana sits down with Heidi Barham from Hospice of the Western Reserve as they discuss caregiving and what it means. They discuss what hospice care truly means and when to consider hospice care. Join in on conversations on how those who are caregivers need to take care of themselves, how hospice care can be accessed, a…
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In Episode 139, Ben chats with the brilliant and wonderful Sawsan Razzouk, a Lebanese behavior analyst who elegantly melds applied behavior analysis, acceptance and commitment training, and eye movement desensitization reprocessing therapy to address the effects of war. Sawson has experienced the trauma of war from the time she lay in her mother's …
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On this episode of Fully Invested, Ropes & Gray asset management partners Chelsea Childs and Mike Doherty, along with associate Andrew Lawson, discuss regulatory considerations for “private equity operating companies” and other key features of these alternative investment vehicles.By Ropes & Gray LLP
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