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From Wondery and Goalhanger Podcasts, Afua Hirsch and Peter Frankopan tell the wild stories of some of the most extraordinary men and women ever to have lived – and ask whether they have the rep they deserve. Should Nina Simone’s role in the civil rights movement be more celebrated than it is? When you find out what Picasso got up to in his studio, can you still admire his art? Was Napoleon a hero or a tyrant - or both? (And, while we’re at it, was he even short?) Legacy is the show that loo ...
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Discover Iowa’s role in the advancement of civil rights. Learn how landmark Iowa court cases, the Iowa Underground Railroad, Iowa towns like Buxton, and Iowa civil rights pioneers like Alexander G. Clark, Ralph Montgomery, Edna Griffin, and more guided the future of the state and the nation. We will look at how the nation’s path forward might be discovered by gleaning the wisdom of Iowa's history. For any questions or suggestions, please email Erick at iacivilrightshistorypodcast@gmail.com
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"Closer Look with Rose Scott" brings you the issues that impact where we live, how we interact, and how we can all thrive. It’s not just about Atlanta; it’s a program for Atlanta. Rose connects with community leaders, CEOs, policymakers, and people who don't often get a platform, and she brings you in on the conversation.
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Sidebar by Courthouse News tackles the stories you need to know from the legal world. Join reporters Hillel Aaron, Kirk McDaniel, Amanda Pampuro and Kelsey Reichmann as they take you in and out of courtrooms in the U.S. and beyond and break down all the developments that had them talking.
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South Bend's Own Words

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People's stories recorded from the Oral History Collection of the Civil Rights Heritage Center at the Indiana University South Bend Archives. Telling the history of the civil rights movement and the experiences of Black, Latinx, LGBTQ, and other marginalized peoples in South Bend, Indiana. For more, visit crhc.iusb.edu.
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Jersey Justice

Gerald H. Clark, Esq.

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Jersey Justice delivers insightful and engaging discussions on a range of civil law and policy matters in New Jersey, including workplace and construction site injuries, automobile crashes, commercial litigation, and other related legal matters. Jersey Justice is designed to keep listeners informed and educated about the complexities of civil law and policy in America. Jersey Justice: A Civil Law Podcast is hosted by esteemed attorneys Gerald H. Clark and Mark W. Morris and delivers captivat ...
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The Race and Rights podcast explores the myriad issues that adversely impact the civil and human rights of America’s diverse Muslim, Arab, and South Asian communities here as well as abroad. Host Sahar Aziz engages with academics and experts that provide critical analysis of law, policy, and politics that center the experiences of under-represented communities in the United States and the Global South. You can learn more about the Rutgers Center for Security, Race and Rights (CSRR) by visiti ...
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Dark History

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Bailey Sarian, a professional makeup artist & true crime connoisseur, is taking her expertise from her popular YouTube series, Murder, Mystery & Makeup, and expanding into the podcast world with Dark History! Each week, she will explore the chilling stories of the dark past from US and World History that they don't teach you in school!
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Learning your history makes you - and your people - stronger. As Black people, we know we’re left out of the history books. That the media images are skewed. That we need access to experts, information and ideas so we can advance our people. Black History Year connects you to the history, thinkers, and activists that are left out of the mainstream conversations. You may not agree with everything you hear, but we’re always working toward one goal: uniting for the best interest of Black people ...
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Celebrating Justice

Trial Lawyer's Journal

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Welcome to "Celebrating Justice," the podcast that shines a spotlight on top trial lawyers, their cases, and their relentless pursuit of justice. Each episode goes beyond the courtroom drama to gain insights into the personal journeys of each guest. From early inspirations and pivotal moments that steered them toward becoming trial lawyers, to the hurdles they've overcome in pursuit of justice, the podcast offers a unique glimpse into the dedication and perseverance required in the legal pro ...
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The hosts of NPR's All Things Considered help you make sense of a major news story and what it means for you, in 15 minutes. New episodes six days a week, Sunday through Friday. Support NPR and get your news sponsor-free with Consider This+. Learn more at plus.npr.org/considerthis
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SiriusXM and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum will present an exclusive new podcast series, Black Diamonds. Hosted by museum president and historian Bob Kendrick, the podcast will showcase the history of the Negro Leagues, highlighting the players, people and events that shaped them, as well as spotlighting the leagues’ achievements and innovations during a time of segregation and inequality. Listeners will hear the stories of baseball legends like Jackie Robinson, Oscar Charleston, Josh Gi ...
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Monday Morning QB

Sue Goodwin & Chris Bangert-Drowns

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On Monday Morning QB, Askia is joined by his news team to push trending stories to a new level. His colleagues, the finest coe-producer’s and reporter’s, Sue Goodwin and Chris B.D. They take on large topics affecting real people today in the legal process by investigative journalism. Covering their fight for justice and equal human rights. Monday Morning QB consults prominent journalists and professionals to deliver top tier progressive new to WPFW. Monday Morning QB, Monday’s at 11am on 89. ...
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There is a well organized and well funded effort to gut the Bill of Rights in this country and in the age of Trump, secular people seem to taking it on the chin more often. Secular Left is meant to be the light in the fog of Christian Nationalism supporting the idea that toxic religious belief is the root of most social justice issues today.
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“Buried Truths” acknowledges and unearths still-relevant stories of injustice, racism, and resistance in the American South. We can’t change our history, but we can let it guide us to understanding. The podcast is hosted by journalist, professor, and Pulitzer-prize-winning author Hank Klibanoff.
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Join us as we step into the role of storytellers, not merely the subjects. We bring you the unfiltered, authentic stories and experiences of South Sudanese people across the diaspora. From tales of resilience and triumph to navigating the complexities of identity and culture, our podcast explores the vibrant tapestry of voices that often go unheard. Through interviews, personal narratives, and in-depth discussions, we shed light on the rich heritage, challenges, and aspirations of our divers ...
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this podcast is going to be a discussion about certain figures and events who influenced the civil rights movement of 1964 Cover art photo provided by Michelle Bonkosky on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@m_bonkosky
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Stanford Legal

Stanford Law School

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Law touches most aspects of life. Here to help make sense of it is the Stanford Legal podcast, where we look at the cases, questions, conflicts, and legal stories that affect us all every day. Stanford Legal launched in 2017 as a radio show on Sirius XM. We’re now a standalone podcast and we’re back after taking some time away, so don’t forget to subscribe or follow this feed. That way you’ll have access to new episodes as soon as they’re available. We know that the law can be complicated. I ...
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Dear White Women

Sara and Misasha

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Biracial co-hosts Sara & Misasha - two wickedly smart, funny, compassionate best friends - have very mixed-race children between them, and are personally invested in helping to uproot systemic racism. Weekly episodes include interviews of people whose stories you might not often listen to; deep dives into history, psychology, and current events to explain why we are where we are as a country; and actions that you take right now to make change in your spheres. We're not perfect, but we're rea ...
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Uncommon Knowledge

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For more than two decades the Hoover Institution has been producing Uncommon Knowledge with Peter Robinson, a series hosted by Hoover fellow Peter Robinson as an outlet for political leaders, scholars, journalists, and today’s big thinkers to share their views with the world.
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Money on the Left

Money on the Left

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Money on the Left is a monthly, interdisciplinary podcast that reclaims money’s public powers for intersectional politics. Staging critical conversations with leading historians, theorists, organizers, and activists, the show draws upon Modern Monetary Theory and constitutional approaches to money to advance new forms of left critique and practice. It is hosted by William Saas and Scott Ferguson and presented in partnership with Monthly Review magazine. Check out our website: https://moneyon ...
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The latest episode of The Jersey Justice Podcast features Part 2 with guest Jim Keady - along with attorney Gerald Clark and Mark Morris of The Clark Law Firm in New Jersey. Topics include trans rights, civil law, politics, religion, and the challenges of third-party systems in the U.S.By Gerald H. Clark, Esq.
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Tuesday marks 60 years since President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act into law. The landmark piece of legislation outlawed discrimination based on race, sex, religion, color, or national origin. Civil Rights icons such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and John Lewis were in attendance for this history-making event in 1964. To reflect on…
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Send us a Text Message. Catt was born on January 9, 1859, in Ripon, Wisconsin, the second of three children of Lucius and Maria (Clinton) Lane. In 1866, at the close of the Civil War, the family moved to a farm near Charles City, Iowa. I had the privilege of sitting down with Karen Kedrowski, the director of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women…
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In the weeks since Biden's disastrous performance in the presidential debate, a steady drip of high-profile supporters – everyone from members of Congress, to big donors like George Clooney – has urged him to step aside. They're worried he's too old for a second term, and too vulnerable to losing to Trump. President Biden rejects those calls. He be…
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On Friday’s Closer Look with Rose Scott, in an era of inflation, the back-to-school essentials can be even more costly. With the school year starting in less than a month in DeKalb County, we speak with Stonecrest Mayor Jazzmin Cobble about how her city is preparing and equipping students. We also discuss the state of infrastructure and economic de…
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In this jammed packed episode, we talk with Zach and Molly, parents who are taking a stand against LifeWise Academy, an evangelical Christian nationalist group that has found a way to seep into public schools through a legal loophole. They have formed Parents Against LifeWise to shed light on the group's questionable tactics, lack of background che…
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Enslaved Africans braided grains of rice into their hair. Okra seeds were tucked into pockets. Many of the foods we eat today you may have thought were American are actually native to Africa and helped our people survive. _____________ 2-Minute Black History is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack ex…
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Palmer Luckey launched his first tech company as a teenager. That was Oculus, the virtual reality headset for gaming. Soon after, he sold it to Facebook for $2 billion. Now 31, Luckey has a new company called Anduril that's making Artificial Intelligence weapons. The Pentagon is buying them – keeping some for itself and sending others to Ukraine. T…
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On today’s Closer Look with Rose Scott, Republicans will hold their national convention in the battleground state of Wisconsin next week. GOP members will roll out their party’s platform at a time of growing concern about the Republican Party’s association with Christian nationalism. Rose is joined by Kiera Butler, a Senior Editor & Reporter with M…
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In this episode of “Celebrating Justice,” we explore the remarkable journey of trial lawyer Michael Stephenson. Michael shares his unconventional path to becoming a lawyer which didn’t start until his final year of college. Although he had no legal influence growing up and was studying music theory in college, Michael decided to take a pre-law cour…
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The fact was this: He didn’t have any hair on his head. But “science” proved his hair matched the murderer’s, so they locked him up, stealing decades of his life. And he isn’t the only one. _____________ 2-Minute Black History is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack exists to amplify the stories of B…
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Four years after World War II, leaders from Europe and North America formed an alliance largely aimed at deterring Soviet expansion — the North Atlantic Treaty Organization — NATO. Seventy-five years later the member states of that organization have come together in Washington to celebrate NATO and plan for its future. As they did in 1949, the NATO…
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On today’s Closer Look with Rose Scott, we learn the details about a lawsuit that was settled between the ACLU and ACLU of Georgia against the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office. The ACLU accused the DA’s Office of not adhering to a rule about unindicted individuals detained on felony charges for 45 days at the Fulton County Jail. Fallon McCl…
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The Gateway Arch is one of St. Louis's crowning architectural achievements, but it has a horrific historic past. Here is the little-known history behind one of the nation’s most recognizable landmarks. _____________ 2-Minute Black History is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack exists to amplify the …
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Hi friends, happy Wednesday! Gossip has played a *VERY* important role throughout history. It brings us together and makes us feel like we know our favorite celebrities or people in power, but it can also tear us apart. But who paved the way for gossip to be what it is today? Well, this is the Dark History of Gossip. I appreciate you for coming by,…
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Former President Trump derided Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer as "the woman in Michigan," when the two publicly clashed in 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic. A Detroit rapper once put out a song about her called "Big Gretch" praising her handling of the pandemic. Whitmer's star soared during the pandemic with people being attracted to her hu…
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Thousands of people have applied for the City of Atlanta’s e-Bike Rebate Program. The first round of rebates is scheduled to go out on July 15th. Roz Tucker with the Atlanta Regional Commission shares demographic data and more about the people who are taking advantage of the rebates. Michelle Dunbar, the owner of Clutch Bicycle Shop, also joins us …
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In this episode, we discuss age gap relationships and whether or not they are ethical. We also briefly touch on topics such as fat shaming, dealing with rejection when dating, "sassy" men, and the late Kevin Samuels. Panel's IG Handles: Sahra - @SoSahra Christine - @ChristinaLado Amanual - @Amanual_Comedy Vaida - @VaidaJoe Willy - @WillyFast David …
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Today's History Story: Georgetown University Sold Us What hasn't America stolen from us? Our bodies, our culture, and the land that grounds a nation we've built. We refuse to accept this. For centuries, we've reclaimed our bodies and our culture. Now, we want our land. Reparations are due, people. Land reparations. And today's guest knows plenty ab…
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On June 27th, long-simmering concerns about President Biden's age – and whether he's fit to serve a second term – exploded after a disastrous debate performance. Biden has been trying to clean up the mess ever since. First at a fiery rally in North Carolina. And some ten days after the debate in a one-on-one interview with ABC's George Stephanopoul…
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On today’s Closer Look with Rose Scott, we exclusively received the announcement that Fulton County’s interim Board of Elections Chair Cathy Woolard is stepping down. In a statement, she tells us, “Despite all the noise you hear, the Fulton County election department does excellent work in one of the largest election operations in the country.” Als…
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They told him his work was too controversial and rejected it from the academy! But he knew Black people worldwide needed to know the truth – so he published it on his own. What was so important that he could not keep quiet? _____________ 2-Minute Black History is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack …
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California recently allocated $12 million for reparations for the state's Black residents as a way to compensate them for the harm caused by the legacy of slavery and current discrimination. Although it's not clear what the money will be spent on, it is clear it won't be directed toward cash payments at the moment, which many in the reparations mov…
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Students with disabilities often face a tough time getting the services they need at school. When they can't get them, many families seek help from the federal government. And, right now, the Department of Education is swamped with a record number of discrimination complaints. The backlog is leaving families across the country waiting months, even …
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A folktale tells of a time when Black people could spout wings and fly. Though it may be a myth, this young pilot took those words to heart! _____________ 2-Minute Black History is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack exists to amplify the stories of Black history you didn't learn in school. You make…
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Extreme wildfires doubled worldwide over the last two decades, according to a new study of NASA satellite data. You'd think, if the wildfire crisis is getting worse, there'd be more and more firefighters in place to meet that demand. But at agencies like the U.S. Forest Service, adequate staffing has been a huge challenge. But as organizations like…
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Control of the border and illegal immigration are again in the headlines and the centerpiece of a divisive presidential campaign. Here to help make sense of recent legal successes and failures is immigration law expert Jennifer Chacón, the Bruce Tyson Mitchell Professor of Law at Stanford. The author of the new book, Legal Phantoms: Executive Actio…
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It’s open season on Black lives. We are murdered by police, hunted by white vigilantes, and relegated to second-class citizenship. Nevertheless, we ALWAYS make our voices heard. But one of our first attempts to unite didn’t involve our voices at all! _____________ 2-Minute Black History is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Blac…
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The crowds swarm the city, throwing rocks, punches, and insults. The cops pretend to control the crowd, but they’re really helping white rioters attack Black citizens. How did this happen in a city known for its diversity? _____________ 2-Minute Black History is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack e…
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Rumours about Hoover's sexuality threaten to overshadow his work building the FBI into a credible crime fighting force. And although he's obsessed with information, he misses a key piece of intelligence, which could have changed the path of the Second World War. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https:…
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In this episode, we discuss current events happening politically in Africa as well as the U.S. We break down the recent mass protests in Kenya regarding the Finance Bill. We also touch on the presidential debate that took place between current president Joe Biden and former president Donald Trump. Panel's IG Handles: Sahra - @SoSahra Christine - @C…
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Today's History Story: Black Men Aren't Allowed to Have Emotions, Right? Gender has shaped and continues to shape much of our lives. It tells boys to wear blue and girls to wear pink, dictates what careers are “appropriate” as adults, and even has a say in how we’re expected to express our feelings. Quiet as it's kept, a big reason gender norms exi…
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In the five-plus years of the podcast, I’d say that we have spent a LOT of time on various “hot button” issues - I mean, we live quite squarely in the ones that surround race and identity, wouldn’t you say? - but one of the facets of identity that we don’t often explore is that of religion. Not because we don’t want to talk about it, but a lot of t…
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Racialized disparities continue to persist in the United States and are unlikely to be effectively alleviated by the Constitution's guarantee of equal protection. A recent book provides a functional analysis linking disparate forms of oppression and makes the case that structural racism will be more effectively dismantled by contesting ongoing sett…
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On Monday the Supreme Court issued its most anticipated decision of the term — expanding the power of the presidency, and calling into question whether former President Trump will ever face a trial in federal court for allegedly attempting to overturn the 2020 election. In a 6-to-3 decision, along ideological lines, the Court ruled that presidents …
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In a 6-3 decision by the justices, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that outdoor sleeping bans do not violate the Eighth Amendment. The decision essentially allows cities to make it illegal for unhoused people to sleep outdoors, even when shelter space is unavailable. Dr. Terence Lester, the founder and executive director of Love Beyond Walls, discusse…
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Money on the Left is joined by Dr. Chris Martin to discuss Modern Monetary Theory’s vital importance for the struggle to provide adequate housing for all. A Senior Research Fellow at the City Futures Research Centre at the University of New South Wales, Martin is a long-time tenant’s rights advocate in Australia with scholarly training in law and h…
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The young man blocked out the white crowd’s jeers as he walked on stage. He was going to say what he had to say. Period! What was so important for him to say that he’d face a dangerously racist crowd? _____________ 2-Minute Black History is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack exists to amplify the s…
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The Cold War, Prohibition, the Gold Rush, the Space Race. Every part of your life - the words you speak, the ideas you share - can be traced to our history, but how well do you really know the stories that made America? We'll take you to the events, the times and the people that shaped our nation. And we'll show you how our history affected them, t…
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More than 50 years of Pride marches, parades, festivals, and now partnership deals with major brands has increased LGBTQ visibility and community. And as a result, it's also made Pride the target of a backlash. Host Scott Detrow speaks with Eric Marcus, the creator of the podcast "Making Gay History" about how Pride has evolved into what it is toda…
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Border violence. Hostage diplomacy. Vaccine purchases. Just some of the areas where opaqueness in EU decision-making can erode public trust and ultimately democracy. These also are areas where accountability journalism like freedom of information requests can help uncover undue influence by lobbies and foreign powers as well as abuses by security s…
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The much anticipated first and maybe only debate between Pres. Joe Biden and former Pres. Donald Trump took place Thursday night in Atlanta. We hear insight from politics contributor, strategist and analyst Fred Hicks, former Wisconsin Congressman Scott Klug and GSU politics and policy professor Tammy Greer. The guests also discuss what's next for …
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The day after a debate in which he faltered many times, President Joe Biden hit the campaign trail to try and reassure supporters that he is still up for the job and capable of beating former President Donald Trump in November. His performance in the CNN debate on Thursday led many Democrats to panic about his chances of winning reelection. Some co…
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The Jersey Justice Podcast featuring Gerald Clark and Mark Morris featuring guest Jim Keady Topics Include: - Are we as tough today? - What does it really mean to be politically moderate? - History, theology and the impact in modern society Jim Keady is an American activist, educator, former politician and DI athlete originally from Belmar, NJ. Kno…
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Like clockwork, cops would raid the young man’s restaurant looking for drugs. And every time, they found nothing! He had to do something about this harassment – but how could he fight against such a huge system by himself? _____________ 2-Minute Black History is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack e…
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