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Science for the People is a long-format interview podcast that explores the connections between science, popular culture, history, and public policy, to help listeners understand the evidence and arguments behind what's in the news and on the shelves. Our hosts sit down with science researchers, writers, authors, journalists, and experts to discuss science from the past, the science that affects our lives today, and how science might change our future.
 
What’s In It For Us is a politically astute and culturally relevant podcast for the modern Black millennial. Join political experts, comedic duo and PhD's Christina Greer and Jason Johnson weekly as they answer the question “What’s in it for us?” regarding the ever changing climate of the United States. Learn more at thegrio.com
 
The World's Greatest Kustom Kulture Magazine is now on your favorite Podcast app, with your host, Nick Ward, interviewing the top artists and builders in the kustom scene today. The Gnarly Magazine podcast will touch on all of your favorite topics like hot rods, motorcycles, pinstriping, lowbrow art, kustom paint, airbrush art, pinups, and more! Visit us at GnarlyMagazine.com
 
When the global pandemic known as The Fall began, the infrastructure of civilization collapsed. Within a matter of hours, millions were dead and billions more were dying. Hospitals filled to capacity, transforming from places of healing to houses of death. Some rare individuals were immune, while others responded to antibiotic treatments. However, demand far outpaced supply, with treatment only delaying death for most. Had the plague ended with The Fall, humanity might have recovered, but th ...
 
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What’s In It For Us, theGrio’s weekly political podcast hosted by Dr. Christina Greer, PhD., welcomes special guest, Richard Brookshire, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Black Veterans Project. This week on the show: Pride Month and the Pentagon. The Biden Administration is keeping a Trump-era policy which bans the flying of unofficial flag…
 
What’s In It For Us, theGrio’s weekly political podcast hosted by Dr. Christina Greer Ph.D., welcomes special guest Educator, Comedian and Founder of The Black Teacher Project, (www.blackteacherproject.org) Dr. Micia Mosely, Ph.D. This week on the show: It’s official! Juneteenth is now a federal holiday, but what are we actually celebrating? Dr. Gr…
 
What’s In It For Us, theGrio’s weekly political podcast hosted by Dr. Christina Greer Ph.D., welcomes special guest, Comedian and Writer, Pat Brown. It looks like Hot Girl Summer is about to get even hotter! Rapper Megan Thee Stallion made herself at home on everyone’s timeline last week after racking up more than six million views of her new singl…
 
What’s In It For us, theGrio’s weekly political podcast hosted by Christina Greer, PhD., welcomes special guest, Boston Globe Associate Editor and Columnist, Renée Graham. This week: the steep price of protecting your peace. We talk tennis superstar Naomi Osaka and the $15,000 fine she was charged for not talking with the press at the French Open a…
 
What’s In It For Us, theGrio’s weekly political podcast hosted by Christina Greer, PhD., welcomes special guest, Comedian, Actress and Host of the Friends Like Us Podcast, Marina Franklin. This week marks the one-year anniversary of the death of George Floyd. We reflect on how his death sparked global cries for justice, protests and unrest. Frankli…
 
What’s In It For Us, theGrio’s weekly political podcast hosted by Christina Greer, PhD., welcomes special guest Historian and Author, Leah Wright Rigueur, Ph.D. This week on the show: a troubling new connection between police-custody deaths and sickle cell anemia. A New York Times investigation uncovered the sickle cell trait in 47 cases of Black f…
 
How does someone's life change when they get or discover a chronic medical condition? What is it like to have a long-term relationship with the modern healthcare system? How do we define medical necessity in a profession where knowledge is highly specialized while also balancing a patient's autonomy and quality of life? What are the impacts of crea…
 
What’s In It For Us, theGrio’s weekly political podcast hosted by Christina Greer, PhD., welcomes special guest, Journalist, Photographer and Founder of Black Women Photographers, Polly Irungu. This week, Georgia is on our mind as all eyes on the Peach state and an anti-voting rights bill that has made its way through the state’s legislature. Not t…
 
What’s In It For Us, theGrio’s weekly political podcast hosted by Christina Greer, PhD., welcomes special guest, Political Scientist and University of Washington Professor, Megan M. Francis. PhD. In today’s episode, Dr. Greer and Dr. Francis unpack President Biden’s first congressional speech since taking office in January. The speech also marked t…
 
What’s In It For Us, theGrio’s weekly political podcast hosted by Christina Greer, PhD., welcomes special guest, Organizer, Scholar and President of Community Change, Dorian Warren. In today’s episode, Dr. Greer and Dorian Warren look back at the legacy and mourn the loss of hip-hop pioneer Shock G, and break down his cultural impact as well as the…
 
We pulled fresh from the vault for todays podcast! Bird in the Wings welcomes members of the Youth Arts Initiative program at the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Green Bay. These three students had just finished the fourth book of their comic book series. Listen to them discuss the making of their comic book series and success as an after-school pro…
 
What’s In It For Us, theGrio’s weekly political podcast hosted by Christina Greer, PhD, welcomes special guest co-host Gerren Keith Gaynor, Managing Editor at theGrio. In today's episode, Dr. Greer speaks with Gerren about his exclusive interview with California Rep Maxine Waters where she dismissed suggestions that she was inciting violence. “I am…
 
There are lots of things about the natural world many people like to avoid, or even pretend don't exist. Like the mites that are the same size and shape as the pores on our faces, or how likely it is that your dog will eat you when you die. Luckily, some people don't want to avoid those topics, and this week we're here with one of them. Host Bethan…
 
What’s In It For Us, theGrio’s weekly political podcast hosted by Christina Greer, PhD, welcomes special guest co-host and acclaimed Writer/Historian, Professor Tanisha Ford. In today's episode, both Dr. Greer and Dr. Ford celebrate the life of Hip-Hop icon Earl "DMX" Simmons and discuss his battle with substance abuse and the industry's perpetual …
 
What’s In It For Us, theGrio’s weekly political podcast hosted by Christina Greer, PhD, welcomes special guest co-host Roy Wood Jr. of The Daily Show. In today's episode, both Dr. Greer and Roy Wood Jr. discuss the insidious new election bill that was passed in Georgia that adds a variety of voting restrictions, making casting ballots harder, dispr…
 
We can definitely agree there is a lot about our current food systems that isn't sustainable. But what's harder to agree on is what we need to do to fix it for the better, while still ensuring everyone on the planet has enough to eat. Everyone has an opinion about what food we should eat and what food we shouldn't, what food systems are harmful and…
 
It’s Women's History Month! To celebrate, What’s In It For Us Podcast is proud to feature all-women guest hosts for the entire month of March! Joining Dr. Christina Greer this week is the founder of the Been Down Project, Amber Crowder. In today's episode, we recognize the "traumaversery" of the Covid-19 Pandemic. While many of us were on lockdown …
 
It’s Women's History Month! To celebrate, What’s In It For Us Podcast is proud to feature all-women guest hosts for the entire month of March! Joining Dr. Christina Greer this week is a former educator and recovering lobbyist turned media maven, Danielle Moodie-Mills. In today's episode, black excellence is in full display as both hosts congratulat…
 
Kelli welcomes 2 of the 4 members of the band Pegasis to the new episode of Bird in the Wings. Rissel Peguero and Matt Hillman are musicians, songwriters and alumni of UW-Green Bay. In this episode of the pod, Rissel and Matt discuss with Kelli how they became musical partners, and the origins as artists.…
 
It’s Women's History Month! To celebrate, What’s In It For Us Podcast is proud to feature all-women guest hosts for the entire month of March! Joining Dr. Christina Greer this week is Award-Winning Scholar, Accomplished Author, and Visionary Community Leader Dr. Khalilah L. Brown-Dean. The controversy and conversation around Prince Harry and Meghan…
 
It’s Women's History Month! To celebrate Women’s History Month, What’s In It For Us Podcast is proud to feature all-female guest hosts for the entire month of March! Joining Dr. Christina Greer this episode is the Executive Director of Community Voices Heard, Afua Atta-Mensah. March has now been designated as Black Women's History Month. To celebra…
 
This week on the Dear Culture Podcast is teaming up with the What's In It For Us Podcast to bring you our first annual Best & Blackest Award! Tune in to see how our lovely hosts, Dr. Christina Greer, Gerren Keith Gaynor, and Shana Pinnock review and react to last year's most memorable moments in Black history. Joined by Executive Producer and TheGr…
 
In this episode Nick Ward has an inspirational conversation with Barbie the Welder, talking about welding, depression and how she overcame it, her books, the desire to have her own tv show where she would share her knowledge and teach the importance of trades and working with your hands. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/gnarlymagaz…
 
Bird in the Wings welcomes actor Neil Brookshire to season 4 of the pod. Neil is a Door County based actor, visual artist, and filmmaker. In this episode of the pod, Kelli and Neil discuss how he began acting, and his journey as an artist up to now with the newly produced solo theatre piece, Bent Compass, which Neil co-wrote and stars in.…
 
The impeachment has finally concluded, and without surprise, the Republicans could not find a backbone to prosecute the twice impeached former President Donald J. Trump for his role in the riots at the Capitol in Washington, DC. However, there were some interesting names that did not vote in favor of the former president. One of those names? Senato…
 
President Joe Biden just announced his new environmental platform, but the more important question is "How does that affect our community?" Join our hosts Dr. Christina Greer and special guest Ibrahim Abdul-Matin as they unearth environmental racism in America. To have environmental justice you must first recognize environmental racism, a term coin…
 
It’s Black history month, and this year we have so many historical moments for us happening right now. Join co-hosts Dr. Christina Greer and special guest co-host Dr. Niambi Carter from Howard University as they talk about the legacy of Black political leaders in the past who didn’t get enough shine, as well as the one's today who are making intern…
 
For humans and creatures of all sorts, play goes beyond having fun. Cognitive scientist Junyi Chu shares about the motives behind play, from showing off one's fitness to practicing skills, and she shares about her research studying children, play and cognition. Game designer Holly Gramazio comes at play from the perspective of an artist. She talks …
 
Bird in the Wings welcomes Robert Boles & James Valcq, Co-Artisitc Directors of Door County's Third Avenue Playhouse to the pod. James & Robert discuss with Kelli the influence of the immediate and long term aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic on the arts & culture sector of our economy, as well as hope for the future of live performing post COVID.…
 
President Joe Biden has been the 46th US president for less than a week, and people are already saying he’s behind on his promises; critics and supporters alike are asking, “You already know your way around the building, don’t you, Joe?” Join our hosts Dr. Christina Greer and Dr. Jason Johnson as they breakdown the many reasons why black people sho…
 
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day is a holiday where we reflect on Dr. King's legacy and the positive impact on all of us, But there are a few groups who should just keep his name out of their mouth... and tweets for that matter. Join our hosts Dr. Christina Greer and Dr, Jason Johnson as they talk about COVID-19‘s effect on the legacy of Kobe Bryant,…
 
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