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Robert Monson, Sam Gay, and Trey Ferguson attempt to capture real life conversations that center around wrestling with God, issues within Black culture, and things in society/the world. Find out more about the work we produce and check out merch here: https://linktr.ee/threeblackmen Support Three Black Men and join our community at patreon.com/threeblackmen Connect with us at threeblackmenpodcast@gmail.com
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Dive deep into the vibrant world of sewing with the Stitch Please podcast, an official show of Black Women Stitch – the sewing group where Black lives matter. Uniquely crafted for those who love sewing, this sewing podcast is a gem that centers around Black women, girls, and femmes, weaving threads of creativity, technique, and passion with every episode. Hosted by Lisa Woolfork, a 6th generation sewing enthusiast, this podcast not only mirrors her ardor for the craft but also her roles as a ...
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Healing Black Futures

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Welcome to Healing Black Futures, a podcast envisioning Black liberation and healing through economic justice, brought to you by Reparations4slavery.com. Hosted by herbalist Asia Dorsey, the podcast features interviews with people leading the liberatory path forward.
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Conscious Plat

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The Conscious Plat Hour is a radio program created by singer, songwriter and poet Conscious Plat which airs each Saturday and Sunday 6PM Eastern time focusing on the Empowerment of Nubian Kings and Queens.
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In Search of Black Power

Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle

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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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WOKELAND

The Simones

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The podcast about Oakland. A sonic cultural ode. From the locals to the transplants, the deep East to the Lower Bottoms, and the kickback to the function. Each month, we'll take a theme and dissect the different nuances of being Black in the Town from historical and current perspectives. Welcome to the land of the woke.
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Founded in 2020 and led by Terrell Jermaine Starr, Black Diplomats is the go-to podcast for those who want relatable content on global affairs that doesn’t center the perspectives of white male experts. Few foreign policy shows are led by Black people or center the opinions, experiences and expertise of people of color. Black Diplomats is one exception. Guests are mostly people of color and people who are indigenous to the regions the episodes focus on.
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The Black Myths Podcast

Outta The Pocket Productions

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The Black Myth Podcast is an informative conversational show analyzing popular myths about Black culture of a sociopolitical nature. Translation: We debunk the bs said about Black People. Host - Too Black. Co-hosts - Shelle, Terrell, Kam, and Ryan.
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This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work ...
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Hella Black Podcast

Hella Black Podcast by Abbas Muntaqim and Delency Parham

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Hella Black Podcast is brought to you by Delency Parham and Abbas Muntaqim. Over the next 12 weeks we are happy to bring ya'll a limited series called Tales of The Town, which is a podcast about nearly 100 years of Black Oakland history! You can follow us on Twitter and IG @HellaBlackPod and support us on https://www.patreon.com/HellaBlackPod. We hope you all enjoy the show!!
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Faith. Race. Politics. Education. Global Issues. No topic goes untouched when it comes to Pastor Lorenzo Neal. Lorenzo Neal is pastor of New Bethel AME Church of Jackson, MS. author, educator, and political commentator. Launched in June of 2010, Zera Today provides a fresh insight from the perspective of pastor and commentator. The show has played host to prominent guests in its short time and it is receiving good ratings from the online broadcasting community. Pastor Neal is also a highly s ...
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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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WHOREible decisions

The Black Effect and iHeartPodcasts

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"WHOREible decisions has quietly become one of the hottest.... raciest, rawest podcasts on the internet" -VICE.com "What it’s like to suck a d**k from the back. How it feels to have two c**ks in your p***y. The pros and cons of “paying for penis.” These are some of the more tepid topics that were touched on the first time I tuned into the Whoreible Decisions podcast." Wilbert Cooper - VICE Tune in for a new episode every Monday, hosts Mandii B & WeezyWTF sit down and discuss with an array of ...
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● TruthWorks Network Radio ● The BLACK VOICE Collaborative● ●▬▬ Truth Must Be Spoken Until Justice is Done●▬▬ "TRUTH - the Great Equalizer" Malcolm X ●▬▬ TRUTH always the constant, INFORMATION FOREVER the VARIABLE●▬▬ Talk programming providing a diversity of progressive perspectives on world and national political, economic and social issues, ideas and news ●▬▬ TruthWorks Network presents LIVE and Call-In (914) 338-1610 ●▬▬ Powerful audio documentary features, INTERVIEWS, Conferences and lec ...
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Collective Audacity

Dismantle Collective

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Collective Audacity welcomes you to be part of the work of The Dismantle Collective, a Black-led, POC-centered think tank, creating our collective path to liberation. Each episode captures our actual, real life, weekly meetings as we work to raise $50M to build and support models of what we know our economy and ways of being will and should look like.
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Pull up a seat and join Nickolas Gaines and Irna Landrum friends for over 15 years kiki, cackle, explore and deconstruct politics, pop culture, current events, faith, and mental health centering the LGTBQA community. We're the best friends you've always wanted.
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The Moral Imagination

Michael Matheson Miller

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Welcome to the Moral Imagination Podcast. The overarching theme of my podcast is what it means to be a human person and what makes for a meaningful and good life. We will discuss philosophy of the human person, culture, religion, social philosophy, and many other related topics, like education, learning, economics, food, technology, artificial intelligence, and intellectual history. My goal is to interact with ideas and people whose work I find challenging, and intellectually and socially im ...
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Espresso Talk Today

Robin Lofton and Frederick Douglas Lofton

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We confront issues and their effects on Black people in the United States and around the world. From climate change to white supremacy, police violence to veganism, we face these highly charged topics with courage and curiosity. Our uncommon conversation is quick, engaging, and enlightening. Grab an espresso and join the convo!
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How to Fix Democracy

Bertelsmann Foundation

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Since its origins, democracy has been a work in progress. Today, many question its resilience. How to Fix Democracy, a collaboration of the Bertelsmann Foundation and Humanity in Action, explores practical solutions for how to address the increasing threats democracy faces. Host Andrew Keen interviews prominent international thinkers and practitioners of democracy.
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Black women are negotiating the different stages of menopause along with their ever evolving identifies, relationships, careers, responsibilities and societal tropes. This is a curated intergenerational exchange, a space for exploration, mentorship, intimacy and vulnerability around life, identity and change. It’s the excavation of the things that you need to know, but were never told. It’s the guide we wish we all had access to no matter our age.
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Black Feminist Rants is an independent podcast that holds conversations on Reproductive Justice and Activism by centering the experiences of Black women and femmes navigating social justice spaces and the world. BFR will cover topics within the Reproductive Justice framework and beyond. Our host and creator is LaKia Williams a young Reproductive Justice organizer from the South who has experience in advocating for contraceptive equity, reproductive autonomy and birthing justice. To learn mor ...
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Dimes In The Dozen

Sammy Ray, Daryl Lazer

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Good content is a dime a dozen, let’s sort through it together... New episodes drop every Thursday... Home of The Bird & The Bear... Join our discussions as we attempt to find meaning in cultural achievements and personal setbacks encountered on our journey towards the horizon; each week getting closer to discovering the adventure in your story... Be defined as a Dime
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The Word in Black and Red

The Word in Black and Red

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Welcome to the Word in Black and Red, where we read the Bible from a leftist and liberationist perspective to elucidate the way people of faith and their comrades can understand the Bible as a source of healing, love, and liberation for all people. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Bioneers: Revolution from the Heart of Nature is an award-winning series featuring breakthrough solutions for people and planet. The greatest social and scientific innovators of our time celebrate the genius of nature and human ingenuity. The kaleidoscopic scope covers biomimicry, ecological design, social and racial justice, women’s leadership, ecological medicine, indigenous knowledge, spirituality and psychology. It’s leading-edge, hopeful, charismatic, provocative, timely and timeles ...
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Holistic Registered Dietitian Dalia Kinsey created Body Liberation for All as a resource for QTBIPOC folks who are ready to become the happiest version of themselves, using healing tools tailored for BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ folx. Since wellness is multi-factorial each season covers a broad range of tools (sexual expression, indigenous medicine, mindfulness etc.) for the pursuit of happiness. Special guests and healers join throughout each season to share their journeys to inner peace and fulfillm ...
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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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Wos and Nando are back and addressing Biden losing support from liberals. WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE: Youtube.com/countthedings1 Produced by John Jervay - https://twitter.com/johnjervay Sign up for The Athletic: TheAthletic.com/dings Support us on www.patreon.com/countthedings Find us: www.countthedings.com Social: @countthedings @bommpodcast Fa…
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In Part 1 of this series, Miyanovich and Johnson discuss: Linwood getting into guns through self-defense, bringing nuance to issues, the effects of the pandemic and George Floyd protests on black gun ownership, starting off as an anti-gunner, inner-city violence, stereotypes, misinformation, the black community and the foundational symbols of Ameri…
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The influences of Africans and Black Americans on food and agriculture is rooted in ancestral African knowledge and traditions of shared labor, worker co-ops and botanical polycultures. In this episode, we hear from Karen Washington and Bryant Terry on how Black Food culture is weaving the threads of a rich African agricultural heritage with the li…
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Rebeckah Price is a wellness advocate, yoga instructor (RYT 200), and meditation teacher, and wellness entrepreneur that draws on her wealth of knowledge of working in underserved, marginalized, racialized, and immigrant communities in Canada, the United States and the Caribbean. With a background and education in Community Development and Engageme…
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Dive into a revolutionary journey with Espresso Talk Today's special episode for Black History Month. Host Ama-Robin takes you through an empowering exploration of learning Black history as an act of radical liberation. This episode highlights the pivotal roles of figures like W.E.B. Du Bois and Angela Davis in reshaping the narrative of Black empo…
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It's Casual Friday! Emma speaks with Krystal Ball, host of Breaking Points, to round up the week in news. Then, she is joined by actress and comedian Amanda Seales! First, Emma runs through updates on Israel’s flattening of Gaza, Israel’s murder of children in the West Bank, US intelligence undermining UNRWA involvement in October 7th, the hope of …
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There’s something about Sofia. The iconic character was first born within the pages of Alice Walker’s canonical 1982 novel, “The Color Purple.” She is a fierce, principled Black woman — friend to the protagonist Celie and wife to Celie’s stepson Harpo, who tarnishes their relationship with violence. But what is most notable about Sofia is that she …
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In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Joy James, political philosopher and Ebenezer Fitch Professor of Humanities at Williams College, about the idea of the 'lesser evil' in relation to her new book--New Bones Abolition. We reflect on police violence, movement capture, Black feminism, Erica Garner, political prisoners, caretakers and more in a wide…
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In this powerful final episode of Black History Month on Espresso Talk Today, we dive deep into the heart of what it means to be a history maker. Guided by the wisdom of the courageous and brilliant philosopher and activist, Angela Davis, we explore how every one of us, through our everyday actions, contributes to making history. From the stories o…
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Sociologist Amy Cooter joins This Is Hell! to discuss her new book from Routledge, "Nostalgia, Nationalism, and the US Militia Movement." After the interview, we announce this week's best answer to the Question from Hell!Check out Amy's book here: https://www.routledge.com/Nostalgia-Nationalism-and-the-US-Militia-Movement/Cooter/p/book/978103242197…
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It's an EmMajority Report Thursday (of a whole week of EmMajority Reports!)! She speaks with Mark Joseph Stern, senior writer at Slate, to discuss the recent developments of the Supreme Court term. Then, she speaks with Michael Klare, professor of emeritus of peace and world security studies at Hampshire College, to discuss his recent piece in The …
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Please share, rate, and review … Follow us on all social media platforms @dimesinthedozen On this week’s session of The Bird & The Bear … Our hosts, Sammy Ray and Daryl Lazer discuss Super Bowl ads and the Deep South … The Deep South portion of their discussion is based off to two YouTube documentaries by Peter Santenello, “Deep South - First Impre…
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In episode 56 of The Activist Files, we’ll hear a discussion sparked by the 10th anniversary of the historic ruling in our stop-and-frisk case, Floyd, et. al v. City of New York. The Center for Constitutional Rights, together with NYU Review of Law & Social Change, NYU’s Ending the Prison Industrial Complex, and NYU’s National Lawyers Guild Chapter…
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Greetings, everyone. This week, I was a guest on Andrea Chalupa’s Gaslit Nation podcast, where we discussed Alexei Navalny’s death and how we should all be reflecting on it. This recording is from her most recent episode. We also talked about how New York State Attorney General Tish James and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis are defendin…
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Tray, Big Jerv, and Jason are joinged by Glasses Malone and Chase N. Cashe to discuss if Kanye West is being blackballed by the industry. WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE: Youtube.com/countthedings1 Produced by John Jervay - https://twitter.com/johnjervay Sign up for The Athletic: TheAthletic.com/dings Support us on www.patreon.com/countthedings Find …
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Dr Jason Wilson on Claremont Institute & eugenics, Anna Emina on The Great Book Return, Ronny Kareni on recent indonesian elections, Dr Tamar Hopkins on racial profiling training for defence lawyers.// Acknowledgement of Country//News// Dr Jason Wilson - Claremont Institute & eugenicsAndy and Cam of Yeah Nah Pasaran on 3CR speak with Portland corre…
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It's Hump Day! First, in a pre-taped conversation, Sam speaks with Seth Goldstein, legal counsel for Trader Joe's United & the Amazon Labor Union (ALU), to discuss a recent legal filing by Amazon, Trader Joe's, and SpaceX that alleges that the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is unconstitutional. Then, Emma speaks with Dr. Tarek Loubani, assoc…
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Emine Fidan Elcioglu on her Social Problems journal article, “Armed Citizens on the Border: How Guns Fuel Anti-Immigration Politics in America." "The Moment of Truth" with Jeff Dorchen follows the interview.Check out Emine's article here: https://academic.oup.com/socpro/advance-article-abstract/doi/10.1093/socpro/spad034/7222583Help keep This Is He…
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The Feminist on Cellblock Y, Banan and Tasnim at the Egyptian Consulate in Naarm, Students from Palestine strike Feb 29, 8.5 million in faulty claims by job agencies, Senator Lidia Thorpe. Headlines// ​Annelise from Irlinfoshop (Incendium Radical Library and Collective) joins us to talk about the upcoming screening on The Feminist on Cellblock Y, a…
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Part I proceeds Part III In querying the text, Sacred Pleasure: Sex, Myth and the Politics of the Body (1995) by Riane Eisler, Ph.D., I spend too much time wading through Western dominator theories. The land is too far from the shore for safety. I do not swim. I respect water, and its power to interrupt and separate my spiritual home from me. If I …
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New, democratized access to powerful analytical and mapping tools is transforming our understanding of the natural world – and with it, our ability to meaningfully conserve, protect and restore our collective home – the biosphere. In this program, we explore the boundless possibilities of digital maps and platforms with Rebecca Moore, visionary fou…
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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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In this episode, we meet Phebe Higgins the stitcher behind Felt the Food. Learn about Phebe's journey, sewing background, and how her graduate education has woven into her crafting of appetizing felt creations. We explore the concept of "functional play," its enriching impact on children, and how Phebe's felted food is at the crossroads of play, le…
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Tray, Big Jerv, and Jason are joinged by Glasses Malone and Chase N. Cashe to discuss if we could possibly see a Cash Money and No Limit halftime show next Super Bowl. WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE: Youtube.com/countthedings1 Produced by John Jervay - https://twitter.com/johnjervay Sign up for The Athletic: TheAthletic.com/dings Support us on www.p…
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It's News Day Tuesday! Emma speaks with Bill Deere, director of the Washington office of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), to discuss the ongoing situation with the agency in Gaza. Then, she speaks with Richard Wiles, President of The Center for Climate Integrity (CCI), to discuss the recent report the CCI issued about the plastic…
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Cory Doctorow on his Financial Times article, "‘Enshittification’ is coming for absolutely everything: The term describes the slow decay of online platforms such as Facebook. But what if we’ve entered the ‘enshittocene’?" "Rotten History" follows the interview.Check out Cory's article here: https://www.ft.com/content/6fb1602d-a08b-4a8c-bac0-047b7d6…
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Tray, Big Jerv, and Jason are joinged by Glasses Malone and Stalley. Stalley talks about his upcoming project and his latest track with Kevin Durant. WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE: Youtube.com/countthedings1 Produced by John Jervay - https://twitter.com/johnjervay Sign up for The Athletic: TheAthletic.com/dings Support us on www.patreon.com/countth…
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Happy Monday! Emma speaks with Abdul Alkalimat, professor of African American Studies & library and information science at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, to discuss his book The History of Black Studies. First, Emma runs through updates on the rising Gaza death count, the crippling of Nasser Hospital, the expansion of Israel’s ground …
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Hisham Awartani was visiting family in Vermont over Thanksgiving break in 2023 when he and two of his friends were shot. All three victims are of Palestinian descent and were wearing traditional Palestinian scarves when the attack happened. While his friends made full physical recoveries, 20-year-old Awartani now has to grapple with a new life that…
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Join Micah, Ell, and Spencer as they discuss Genesis 35-36. What does this long genealogy mean and why should I listen to all of it instead of skipping to 8:34? How does wealth continue to divide families and become a curse for the people of Israel? And what the hell is wrong with Reuben? Find out some answers to these questions and more in this ep…
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Tray, Big Jerv, and Jason are joinged by Glasses Malone, Chase N. Cashe to discuss NBA All-Star Weekend and Trump pulling up with his new sneakers. WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE: Youtube.com/countthedings1 Produced by John Jervay - https://twitter.com/johnjervay Sign up for The Athletic: TheAthletic.com/dings Support us on www.patreon.com/countthed…
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Dr. Chanda Reynolds recently obtained her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology. Her areas of interest include the impact of transgenerational trauma on the Black community, the integration of faith and mental health, and mental health within the Black church. Dr. Chanda enjoys teaching as an adjunct professor and providing therapy to children, a…
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This week the ladies are visited by Daniella Carter & Dominique Silver, who are behind the new documentary: Kokomo City! Topics they discuss are: surviving as a SW, the work behind the documentary, post-op changes, the best and worst customer experiences, sharing a trick, and much more! Follow Our Guests: @dominiquesilverintl @daniella.carter Check…
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In the final part of this series, Miyanovich and Bacon discuss: Josh's MILSURP roots, Rabbi Hillel and the K98, evolving from a Fudd to someone who understands the importance of modern arms and modern training, toxic patriots, church security, liberals needing to own and represent semi-auto rifles, the negative shit that libgunners do, and the futu…
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It's Casual Friday! Sam and Emma speak with political commentator Olayemi Olurin to round up the week in news. First, Sam and Emma run through updates on the totally natural passing of Alexei Navalny, Israel’s raiding of Nasser hospital in Khan Younis, Israel’s new West Bank settlement program, ceasefire calls from Australia, New Zealand, and Canad…
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From the very earliest days of the epidemic, women got infected with HIV and died from AIDS — just like men. But from the earliest days, this undeniable fact was largely ignored — by the public, the government and even the medical establishment. The consequences of this blindspot were profound. Many women didn’t know they could get HIV. But in the …
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