Best Bukas podcasts we could find (Updated September 2019)
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Podcast BukaKomik
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Sebuah podcast yang buka-bukaan dan ngebahas segala macem tentang komik. Bersama @FazarJapra, ngulik komik jadi makin asik!
 
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Bukas na Panayam
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Bukas na panayam sa mga bagong yumakap sa Islam
 
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Working People
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Working People: A podcast by, for, and about the working class today. Working People is a podcast about working-class lives in 21st-century America. In every episode you'll hear interviews with workers from around the country, from all walks of life. We'll talk about their life stories, their jobs, politics, and families, their joys and hopes and frustrations. Overall, Working People aims to share and celebrate the diverse stories of working-class people, to remind ourselves that our stories ...
 
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Bukas na Panayam 2
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Isang bukas na panayam sa isang butihing tagapalaganap ng Islam na si Bro. Omar Penalber, ipinaliwanag niya sa panayam na ito ang kahulugan ng Islam at Muslim nang mabuting pagpapaliwanag at malinaw, at sinagot narin niya ang ilang mga katanungang madalas naitatanong ng mga hindi-Muslim sa Islam nang kapaki-pakinabang na pagsagot at pagpapaliwanag.
 
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Bigbro Talks
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Nuggets of Motivation for Life Application.
 
A podcast on all things African food! Every other week, we delve into the world of African food chefs, curators and bloggers. Interviews with African food entrepreneurs cover new African cuisine, customer experiences, the role of social media in promoting African food and much, much more.
 
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Timor Agora
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Radio Lorico Lian presents Timor Agora, the first ever Tetum podcast. Join us as we find answers to all questions related to current events and hot topics in Timor Leste from why we earn less than international consultants to what it is like to live with HIV to whether our government is really committed to stopping human trafficking.Radio Lorico Lian halo Timor Agora, primeru podcast iha Tetum. Mai hamutuk ho ami no buka resposta ba ami nia pergunta sira kona ba eventu, topiku no problema ih ...
 
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This week, I chat with owner & head chef at Naija Buka Seattle, a Nigerian food company based out of Kent, Washington State. Her goal is to introduce everyone to the awesomeness of Nigerian dishes. In this episode, we discuss our mutual love/like relationship with Seattle and Lilian's: Journey from Nigeria to Seattle Early cooking experiences w ...…
 
We’re Baaaack!! In this episode, I share: What I’ve been up to all summer, including a MAJOR move New podcast format for Season 3 (let me know what you think!) Opportunity for food entrepreneurs Plans for the rest of the year - NY peeps take note ;) Thank you to all who supported the Taste of Foutta Djallon events. Full list of partners here: h ...…
 
We kick off Season 3 with news from Andy O'Brien (AFL-CIO) about a unionization push in the Maine logging industry and we talk with indie professional wrestler Angel Blue. We talk about how Angel first got into wrestling when she was still in high school, all the work and the physical and mental stress that goes into being a professional wrestl ...…
 
Replaying our very first episode where host and founder of esSense 13, Yorm Tagoe, shares her vision for the podcast and what you should expect from each episode. Learn more about her personal background and her why for starting esSense 13 and then Item 13 . Follow Item 13 Podcast on Instagram and Twitter esSense 13 is on Facebook, Instagram an ...…
 
For this special Labor Day installment of our ORGANIZE! series, we talk to Z, one of the cofounders of the Black Socialists of America. We trace BSA's evolution from a social and educational network to an organization focused on "Mobilizing poor and working class Black American people for revolutionary change in both the public and private sect ...…
 
Mukase Chic is a culinary entrepreneur with food blogging & styling, catering, a food bank and food events under her entrepreneurship umbrella. Mukasechic believes African flavour and spices is the best in the world. A Mandela Washington Fellow, she’s written food articles for most Ghanaian magazines, and been featured on CNN Africa and Buzzfee ...…
 
Directed by the Trump administration, the US Department of Labor (DOL) has proposed changes to apprenticeship programs that could spell disaster for union workers in the building trades, giving businesses the ability to create their own apprenticeship programs (IRAPs), underpay workers, and undercut unions. We recorded this PSA to let listeners ...…
 
Maureen Atebawone, a customer experience specialist, is the founder of Bawoni Consult. After studying in Ghana and Canada, respectively, she made the permanent move to Ghana in 2015 and decided to set up her consultancy to address the rampant lack of service quality in Ghana's hospitality industry. With a focus on Food & Beverage and Lodging bu ...…
 
We're sharing YOUR favorite episodes from the past two seasons, all August long in a #SummerReplay13 series. This week, we're replaying the powerful conversation with Cordialis Msora- Kasago, an internationally recognized Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and media spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. A Zimbabwean by birth, ...…
 
May mga plano na nasisira kasi Hindi natuloy or kung natuloy man ay na delay. Pero alam ba natin na sometimes ang mga delays at denial ng plano ay mayroon ding mabuting ginagawa sa atin. Hope you'll get something in this episode of BigBro Talks. The BEST is COMING.
 
We're sharing YOUR favorite episodes from the past two seasons, all August long in a #SummerReplay13 series. First up, is the conversation with Freda Muyambo, a food blogger and writer with expertise in African cuisine and a passion for sharing African culture through food. She often describes herself as having a pan-African palate, having been ...…
 
We talk with Josh Holbrook, one of the Kentucky coal miners currently protesting coal companies Black Jewel, Black Hawk, and Revelation for stiffing him and his coworkers on backpay after going bankrupt. Additional links/info below... GoFundMe - Letcher County BlackJewel Coal Miners Action Network - Fund for Former Revelation, Black Hawk, and B ...…
 
A section from our chat with Astra Taylor, writer, filmmaker, organizer, and co-founder of the Debt Collective. We talk about Astra's new documentary, What Is Democracy?, and her companion book, Democracy May Not Exist, But We'll Miss It When It's Gone. Additional links/info below... Astra's Twitter page Debt Collective website and Twitter page ...…
 
We chat with two brilliant scholars, Lana Povitz and Eleni Schirmer. Lana is Visiting Assistant Professor of History at Middlebury College, and her book Stirrings: How Activist New Yorkers Ignited a Movement for Food Justice will be published this Fall. Eleni is a scholar, writer, and activist from Madison, WI. She is currently a PhD candidate ...…
 
We chat with journalist Emily Guendelsberger about her new book, On the Clock: What Low-Wage Work Did to Me and How It Drives America Insane. Additional links/info below... Emily's Twitter page Emily Guendelsberger, Little, Brown, On the Clock: What Low-Wage Work Did to Me and How It Drives America Insane Featured Music (all songs sourced from ...…
 
We chat with journalist, media critic, and cohost of the Citations Needed podcast Adam Johnson about working in the service industry, how mainstream media serve the ruling class, and about developing the tools we need to cut through the bullshit. Additional links/info below... Adam's Twitter page and author page at The Appeal Citations Needed F ...…
 
Last Monday, Representatives Ilhan Omar, Pramila Jayapal, and Senator Bernie Sanders unveiled the Student Debt Cancellation Act of 2019, which includes a plan to wipe out the $1.6 trillion in student debt held by 45 million Americans. In this this special episode, we talk to Ami Schneider and Sanders Fabares, two debt holders and graduates from ...…
 
In this urgent special episode, we talk with Diana Marin, Supervising Attorney at the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center, and Professor Bill Lopez about what to do if ICE raids your workplace. We discuss what precautions individuals, families, and communities must take in anticipation of a possible raid, what you should do if a raid occurs at you ...…
 
We chat with Current Affairs Amusements and Managing Editor, Lyta Gold, about her latest viral tweet and about why upper-middle-class liberals get so mad when you talk about class. Additional links/info below... Lyta's Twitter page THE tweet Current Affairs website, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free ...…
 
We wrap up Season Two by chatting with Erin Fristad. Erin is currently an adjunct professor at a community college and she works with combat veterans as an equine therapy specialist. She is also a writer and she worked in the commercial fishing industry around Alaska for many years. We talk about her time as a commercial fisherwoman, how she en ...…
 
Our friend David Parsons from The Nostalgia Trap podcast comes back on the show to talk about their exciting new video project, left media, and about the importance of telling history a different way. Additional links/info below... The Nostalgia Trap website, Twitter page, and Patreon page David's Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced ...…
 
To kick off our ORGANIZE! series, we’re talking to folks who have found a home and a cause worth fighting for in the Democratic Socialists of America. In Part II we talk to Michael, a restaurant worker and co-chair of the DSA New Orleans chapter. We talk about how working in restaurants has made her a better organizer, and we talk about the pat ...…
 
We are excited to launch our new ORGANIZE! series. In this ongoing series, we'll be talking to working people who have had enough of this rigged system and who have taken it upon themselves to band together and fight back. In a world where so many avenues for political change have just been swallowed up, colonized, and defanged by the ruling cl ...…
 
Friend of the show Kaytlin Bailey is back to tell us about the work she's doing at Decriminalize Sex Work and about the hysterical, disastrous push by legislators in Florida to further criminalize sex workers. Additional links/info below... Kaytlin's website and Twitter page Decriminalize Sex Work website and Twitter page SWOP USA website and T ...…
 
Activist Arielle Cohen shares her abortion story and some words of wisdom to guide us through these dark times. Additional links/info below... Arielle's Twitter page National Network of Abortion Funds website and Twitter page Planned Parenthood Action website and Twitter page The Yellowhammer Fund website and Twitter page Center for Reproductiv ...…
 
We chat with Walter Vicente, a Guatemalan immigrant and textile worker in North Carolina. But Walter isn’t just a worker … he is also a proud co-owner at a worker co-op called Opportunity Threads, a cut-and-sew factory in Morganton, North Carolina. As it says on the Opportunity Threads website: “Everyone in our plant is hired with the expectati ...…
 
We are kicking off our new series: Workers' Book Club! In this ongoing series, we will record workers chatting with authors about books that relate to the lives, jobs, dreams, and struggles of the working class. To get things started, our host, Maximillian Alvarez, sat down to chat with author, historian, and independent scholar Keri Leigh Merr ...…
 
We chat with John Tormey, writer and track laborer for the commuter rail in Massachusetts, about his essay for The Baffler, "Known Assailants," Boston accents, and the white working class. Additional links/info below... John's Twitter page John Tormey, The Baffler, "Known Assailants" John Tormey, Covered with Fur, "Dead Things" John Tormey, Rab ...…
 
Obrolan gue sama Laks ini lanjutan part sebelumnya. Lebih aneh. Lebih konyol. FULL SPOILER
 
Gue dan Laksamana ngebahas Avengers: Endgame setajam silet. FULL SPOILER! Karena kepanjangan gue bagi jadi 2 part. Hehehehe.
 
We chat with Alexandra Carbone, gig worker and organizer with Rideshare Drivers United, about the #StrikeUberLyft strike tomorrow and how you can show solidarity with workers. (Don't cross the picket line!) Additional links/info below... Alexandra's Twitter page Rideshare Drivers United website, Twitter page, and strike map Salvo, "Striking the ...…
 
We talk to disability and health activist Stefanie Mezigian about ride-sharing company Lyft's violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act and how this is connected to the #StrikeUberLyft strike scheduled for May 8th. (Don't cross the picket line on May 8th! Turn your ride-sharing apps off and show solidarity with workers.) Additional link ...…
 
We chat with writer and podcaster Luke Savage about his recent Jacobin piece on how the media and politicians alike either reduce the working class to a few simplistic stereotypes or erase us entirely. Additional links/info below... Luke's Twitter page and Jacobin author page Michael and Us podcast Luke Savage, Jacobin, "The Real Working Class ...…
 
We talk to Drew Edmonds, a Burgerville worker in Portland, Oregon, and an organizer with the Burgerville Workers Union. We talk about the fight Drew and his coworkers led to form the nation’s first federally recognized fast food union (followed by workers at Little Big Burger, another Portland chain). We talk about what it was like to unionize ...…
 
We chat with writer, organizer, witch, and educator Raechel Anne Jolie about the spirit of May Day--a day of international worker solidarity. Additional links/info below... Raechel's website and Twitter page Working Class History, "A Short History of May Day" Kim Kelly, The Guardian, "We Need May Day MoreThan Ever. Unite to Dream and Fight for ...…
 
We chat with Jennifer Gates, a Grocery Steward at Ralphs in Southern California and a member of UFCW 770. Jennifer is a singer, a single mom, and she's incredibly devoted to her job, her customers, and her coworkers. We talk about how she came to work at Ralphs, the relationships she's built over the years, and about the role that grocery store ...…
 
We talk with Reese Piper, a professional stripper, writer, and journalist reporting on sex work, labor rights, and autistic culture. We talk about Reese’s life, her childhood and schooldays, her love of books and getting lost in her imagination. We talk about being different, about going off to college, and we talk about Reese’s long path to re ...…
 
Ahead of our upcoming worldwide tour with Chef Binta, replaying this episode that sheds light on her African food story. Hope to catch you at A Taste of Foutta Djallon later this year. ----- Promoting “Fulani Cuisine to the World”, Fatmata Binta was born and raised in Freetown, Sierra Leone to first-generation Sierra Leonean Fulanis of Guinean ...…
 
Gue mengulas graphic nover berjudul The Fifth Beatle: Brian Epstein Story dan bagaimana komik bisa menggambarkan cerita hidup sang manager yang jarang diangkat di media.
 
We chat with Mexico-City-based journalist Martha Pskowski about her reporting on the maquila worker strikes just south of the U.S.-Mexico border, and about why we should all be paying attention to the recent developments in Mexican labor politics. Additional links/info below... Martha's website and Twitter page Martha Pskowski, Dissent, "Mexica ...…
 
We chat with Dave G, cohost of the Mandatory OT podcast, member of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), and longtime State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) in the Ohio Valley. We talk about what it's like to work as an STNA, the low pay, the rampant injuries workers sustain, and about the difficulty of unionizing when your coworkers are re ...…
 
Thank you for supporting and listening all season! Fan of the podcast? Please rate AND review us wherever you listen. ---- Sign up on A Taste of Foutta Djallon website to find out more about the tour and when we'll come to your city: https://www.tasteoffouttadjallon.com/ Get your tickets for Afros and Audio: afrosandaudio.com…
 
At 1:00pm on Thursday, April 11, over 31,000 Stop & Shop workers across New England walked off the job. The strike is going on at this very moment and gaining public support, even as Stop & Shop bosses try to ice out and undercut workers. We talk to Mike LaFrance, a deli worker who's been at Stop & Shop for over 20 years, about what's going on ...…
 
We chat with Dr. Laura Bucci, labor scholar, writer, and Assistant Professor of Political Science at St. Joseph's University. We talk about Laura's research, the white working class, and the complex consequences of the decline of labor unions in the U.S. Additional links/info below... Laura's website and Twitter page Laura's recent/upcoming art ...…
 
Kapag nakasara na ang pinto susuko ka ba?
 
We chat with Christina Clark and John Deitcher from Endorphin Films about their viral short documentary, Dish Pigs, which tracks the lives and jobs of three professional dishwashers in Montreal. Additional links/info below... Dish Pigs Endorphin Films' website and Twitter page Tim Forster, Montreal Eater, "Refreshing New Documentary Spotlights ...…
 
Kanino ka may atraso? Nakahingi ka na ba ng tawad?
 
Amani Kiflemariam was born in Eritrea and grew up in the Sudan and the UK with a deep appreciation for the social and economic significance of coffee within Habesha culture (Eritrea and Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee). Amani worked in Finance in London before putting her talents into building Amatte that not only promotes African heritage b ...…
 
We chat with Professor Miriam Posner about her recent articles in The New Yorker and LOGIC magazine on the global supply chain software that shapes workers' lives. Additional links/info below... Miriam's website and Twitter page Miriam Posner, The New Yorker, "The Software that Shapes Workers' Lives" Miriam Posner, LOGIC, "See No Evil" Featured ...…
 
"Bahala na ang Bukas" this is what we usually say kung may mahirap na sitwasyon tayong kakaharapin, ngunit tama ba ang attitude na to?
 
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