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Welcome to Treasure Trackers. We discuss any trending topic. We ask those burning questions, " Topics & trends in America From Covid to Collector Edition Collectables" "What are they up" to " What items to look for in a garage sale? Estate sales?" We cover all the popular topics. Learn how to flip your cash into a bigger bankroll. Invest your money into relics of the past? Not sure which items are worth saving? Auction websites that no one knows about. American Trendsetters, pulse of the nat ...
 
Statistics need Stories to give them meaning. Stories need Statistics to give them credibility. Every Thursday John Bailer & Rosemary Pennington get together with a new, interesting guest to bring you the Statistics behind the Stories and the Stories behind the Statistics.
 
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Count on Your Census

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Asian Americans Advancing Justice

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Asian Americans Advancing Justice created Count On Your Census to promote a robust response to our nation’s Decennial Census. Each census response is a piece of a puzzle that, when completed, creates a picture of who we are as Americans, and how best the country’s resources can be shared. It determines how the federal government funds and responds to the specific needs of your family and neighbors like schools, hospitals, roads, and community centers. Count On Your Census answers your questi ...
 
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The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

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The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights launched “Pod for the Cause” podcast to expand the conversation on critical civil and human rights challenges of our day: census, justice reform, policing, education, fighting hate & bias, judicial nominations, fair courts, voting rights, media & tech, economic security, immigration, and human rights. Through this expanded dialogue, we want to spur activism that drives change in our communities and country. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the show ...
 
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A Colgate University Podcast

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Thirteen is a bi-weekly podcast where one Colgate University community member answers 13 questions about their work. Topics vary widely, with episodes that touch on ancient history, global politics, sociology and anthropology, literature, science, the arts, and more.
 
In Breaking Pita With Zee, host Zahra Huber talks about her personal experiences growing up in the United States as an Arab-American Muslim woman. She also brings on guests to discuss current events involving Muslims or Arab Americans, as well as other topics such as dating, immigrant family traditions, food and the similarities between different cultures.
 
Who are you? We are not the words used in checkboxes on a census. We are not words alone, but words together, arranged into sentences, relating experiences. Each episode is not a comprehensive analysis of an individual's identity. Each episode is one thread in one conversation with one person. But maybe that thread is a similar shade to a thread in you. And maybe if we weave together all these threads...
 
RISE is a network of families preparing to survive the Great Reset. Learn more here: www.RISE.international Every alternate Wednesday (26 issues per year) we publish The RISE Report, the premier advisory newsletter for individuals and families serious about preparing for, surviving and even thriving during the turbulent economic times ahead. Subscribe to The RISE Report: https://www.rise.international/enroll.html
 
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Alisha Sonnier and Jami Cox

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Black Tea is an audio and visual media organization that aims to raise political, social, and cultural awareness while engaging communities in a conversational and entertaining way. Our primary project is an educational podcast themed on discussing today's socio-political challenges from the perspective of two young black women. Co-founder Jami holds an undergraduate degree in public policy and a master's degree in global affairs. As a professional, she works in real estate, finance, and com ...
 
Tips, perspectives and deep, dark secrets from Gordon Phillips - a guy who home schooled his kids, manages risk for a hedge fund, reads 120 books a year, deeply adores our beloved central planners, and has this special pair of glasses that allow him to see into the future. Listener caution is advised. Safe spaces no longer available. Beware of falling objects. Batteries not included. Your results may vary.
 
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GovCIO Media & Research

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GovCast, a production of GovCIO Media & Research, tells the personal stories of the government and industry leaders transforming the public sector, and the bits and pieces typically not covered by federal IT publications. Put on by GovCIO Media & Research, we share untold stories about how these influencers got to where they are, their passions in and outside of technology and the roadblocks they’ve conquered. 213656
 
According to the US Census records there are at least 2900 Americans that share my full name (Michael Marshall). Unsurprisingly there are many more across the greater English-speaking world. So, I decided to set out and interview the other Michael Marshalls to see what they're all like. Why not right? And it's actually been a riot. Michael Marshalls are rad! Among us are authors, pro athletes, activists, journalists, artists, really cool dads, architects, carpenters, inventors, actors and so ...
 
Dock of the Bay: Stories of Sausalito offers a variety of insights into a singular sense of place, in this case, the city of Sausalito. Through a combination of research into native flora and fauna, conversations with long time locals and first time tourists, census information, and more, a uniqueness emerges that lets you know there is no place in the world quite like this one.
 
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The primary goal of the nationwide census is to count the people in the U. S. every 10 years to assure their proper representation in the government. But the 2020 census was fraught with undercounts and overcounts in many states, according to the analysis of Kelly Percival, Senior Counsel at the Brennan Center for Justice, and the co-author of the …
 
State legislatures have traditionally controlled districting, with a decentralization of process and decision-making as to how they are drawn. And in recent years, technology has enabled a more complex system of gerrymandering that can challenge the principles of democracy. Indeed it could produce outcomes where the party with fewer votes has contr…
 
For a quick catchup on the political news of the week, Harry McGee and Pat Leahy join Hugh Linehan. Topics include: Sinn Féin holds a pre-budget press conference Census in Northern Ireland shows Catholics outnumber Protestants for the first time Government announced its plan for pensions Our panel's favourite reads from the week Hosted on Acast. Se…
 
Catholics outnumber Protestants in Northern Ireland, but what does that really mean? Are there any winners in the 2021 Census? What about passports identity and language? Andrew Madden and Ciarán Dunbar discuss the Northern Ireland census results, if they mean a border poll and there’s even a mention of kangaroos. See omnystudio.com/listener for pr…
 
Join Colgate Associate Professor of History Dan Bouk for a deep dive into the history of the U.S. Census and some stories of the data it harbors. Bouk discusses his latest book, which closely examines newly released data in the 1940 Census, the question men, and some of the more troubling aspects of how that particular data set was used as the U.S.…
 
RISE is a network of families preparing to survive the Great Reset. Learn more here: www.RISE.international Every alternate Wednesday (26 issues per year) we publish The RISE Report, the premier advisory newsletter for individuals and families serious about preparing for, surviving and even thriving during the turbulent economic times ahead. Subscr…
 
Gordon shares his humorous experience with the 2010 census when the friendly federal nose counter came around to count plants and toilets - sorry, to count noses pursuant to the constitutional requirement. After all, Uncle Sam can't lay and apportion a direct tax without knowing how many taxpayers there are. Of course, there hasn't been a direct ta…
 
Regions have the resilience to manage conflicts and ensure they do not spread to other countries. Our guest Anna Ohanyan examines the factors that help build this resilience. She is the author of The Neighborhood Effect: The Imperial Roots of Regional Fracture in Post-Communist Eurasia. [ dur: 30mins. ] Anna Ohanyan is the Richard B. Finnegan Disti…
 
Catastrophic floods in Pakistan, ice sheets melting, an incredibly hot summer. The effects of climate change seem to be everywhere. Experts warn these changes in the climate will affect billions of us, will cause huge migrations, could lead to war, cause mass extinctions and even lead to economic and social collapses. Then why do most people not se…
 
Some of our topic highlights include: The right amount of precision in different scenarios What modern sales is (and what you need to be successful) Why salespeople are crucial to your customers Using automation to inform sales behavior The trick for identifying talent before you have the data and track record The importance of pipeline hygiene ver…
 
Today we discuss the most important element of our lives: our health. We do so by diving into personalized medicine, or more specifically, personalized (N-of-1) trials – clinical trials in which a single patient is the entire trial. For this episode, we invited two editors of Harvard Data Science Review’s special issue on N-of-1 trials and data sci…
 
Measurement accuracy is something all quantitative researchers strive for, as you want to make sure you're measuring what you want to be measuring. When it comes to gathering gender and sex data, though measurements are complicated, beyond simply teasing apart sex and gender, there's also the imperative to ensure the language and measurement tools …
 
By this time tomorrow, a small Palestinian village, along with several others in the West Bank, will be leveled by the Israelis to make space for military training firing range, according to Cassandra Dixon of Palestine Partners 4 Justice. She discusses the issues surrounding this atrocity along with a celebration of Palestinian Culture at James Ma…
 
Thursday, September 29th, 2022, marks the start of the “Mills Folly Microcinema Fall Series” a monthly series of experimental film and video art at the Arts and Literature Lab. James Kruel, curator of the film series, talks about the films featured this week, as well as those scheduled for the last Wednesday of the month for the remainder of the ye…
 
On today’s episode of Pod for the Cause our host, Kanya Bennett will discuss the importance of our courts with Kadida Kenner, chief executive officer of the New Pennsylvania Project and co-chair of Why Courts Matter – Pennsylvania, and Kim Tignor, executive director for the Institute for Intellectual Property & Social Justice and cofounder of #SheW…
 
Now that the dust is beginning to settle on Budget 2023, it’s time to pick it all apart. With €11 billion to dish out, it was by all means “a budget day bonanza”, but will it go far enough? Will it work economically or politically and is there more to come? To discuss this and more, this week’s host Pat Leahy is joined by director of TASC Shana Coh…
 
Today on the Tuesday 8:00 Buzz with Liz DiNovella, Alicia joins us from Madison Abortion and Reproductive Rights Coalition for Health (MARRCH) to talk about their rally and the counter-rally last Sunday, and their next steps as they work to overcome the Wisconsin abortion ban, and the upcoming national march and day of action on October 8th. More i…
 
Today on the Tuesday 8:00 Buzz with Liz DiNovella, Marcia and Jacob, hosts of Bread and Puppets join to talk about Bread and Puppets and preview the event tonight in Mazomanie! More on Bread and Puppets https://breadandpuppet.org/ Listen in Madison at 89.9FM or online anywhere at wortfm.org. Support your community radio with a donation online at wo…
 
Today on the Tuesday 8:00 Buzz with Liz DiNovella, Author and Journalist, Julie DiCaro from Deadspin joins us to talk sports and the hazards of being a woman in them. Julie is the author of the book “Sidelined: Sports, Culture, and Being a Woman in America”. More on Julie and the book at https://www.juliedicaro.com/ Follow her journalistic work at …
 
The Northern Ireland Sovereignty Referendum of 1973. Ever heard of it? Not surprised if you haven’t. It’s rarely mentioned but it was a border poll – it was a referendum on a United Ireland held at the very height of the troubles. Lecturer, writer, commentator and deputy editor of the website Slugger O’Toole, David McCann, tells Ciarán Dunbar all a…
 
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