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Colonial Hills

Pastor Rick Sayger

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Colonial Hills is a multi-site church located in DeSoto County Mississippi. God has placed us here to help people find & follow Jesus in our local community. We have campuses in Southaven & Hernando, MS. Come join us!
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Colonial Presbyterian Church

Colonial Presbyterian Church

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Podcasts featuring messages from Lead Pastor Jim West, as well as associate pastors and guest speakers. Join in person for worship Sundays! Overland Park Campus 8/9/10:30 AM or South Kansas City Campus 10:30 AM. And if you can't make it, we are LIVE online at 10:30 AM, colonialkc.org/watch.
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Don’t Call Me Resilient

The Conversation, Vinita Srivastava, Dannielle Piper, Krish Dineshkumar, Jennifer Moroz, Rehmatullah Sheikh, Kikachi Memeh, Ateqah Khaki, Scott White

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Host Vinita Srivastava dives into conversations with experts and real people to make sense of the news, from an anti-racist perspective. From The Conversation Canada.
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Footnoting History is a bi-weekly podcast series dedicated to overlooked, popularly unknown, and exciting stories plucked from the footnotes of history. For further reading suggestions, information about our hosts, our complete episode archive, and more visit us at FootnotingHistory.com!
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We chat with B2B founders, CMOs, marketing & sales leaders about their successes, failures, what is working for them today in the B2B marketing world and everything in between. Each week we dive deep into B2B topics including account-based marketing (ABM), demand generation, lead nurturing, sales and marketing alignment, automation, content marketing, marketing leadership and many more! Hosted by Shahin Hoda Produced by Shahin Hoda, Alexander Hipwell & Allysa Maywald from xGrowth.
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Historical Blindness is a podcast about history’s myths, mysteries, and misconceptions. By examining cases of outrageous hoaxes, pernicious conspiracy theory, mass delusion, baffling mysteries and unreliable historiography, host Nathaniel Lloyd searches for insights into modern religious belief and political culture.
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Theatre In 360°

The Colonial Players of Annapolis

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As Oscar Wilde once said "It was only in the theatre, that I lived", and volunteers at community theatres know this to be true! Theatre in 360º is brought to you by The Colonial Players of Annapolis, with your host Jim Reiter. We will be keeping you up to date with current shows, discovering what is happening in and around the theatre community, and taking a close up look at those that keep it running.
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In 2057, the first humans were sent to Mars. The mission - establish a permanent human presence on another world. After volunteering for a one-way mission, the crew is thrust into an epic fight for survival, facing threats both near and far, that could determine the fate of the human race. This is Transmissions From Colony One, an audio drama space odyssey unlike anything you’ve ever heard.
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The Dig

Daniel Denvir

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The Dig is a podcast from Jacobin magazine that discusses politics, criminal justice, immigration and class conflict with smart people. Please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4839800
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Conversations and audio documentaries exploring a wide variety of themes pertaining to economics and politics, hosted by Della Z Duncan and Robert R. Raymond
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Novara Media is an independent media organisation addressing the issues—from a crisis of capitalism to racism and climate change—that are set to define the 21st century.
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If you are curious about the ‘who dunnit’ and the ‘why dunnit’ and how and why victims become footnotes in their own murders, Crime Analyst is for you. Hosted by world renowned and award-winning Criminal Behavioural Analyst Laura Richards.
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Dare to Raise Daniels

First Colony Church of Christ

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Dare to Raise Daniels is a podcast of the First Colony Church of Christ, in Sugar Land, Texas, inspiring parents to disciple their kids and lead them to healthy relationships with Jesus. Find us at firstcolonychurch.org.
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AnthroPod

Society for Cultural Anthropology

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AnthroPod is produced by the Society for Cultural Anthropology. In each episode, we explore what anthropology teaches us about the world and people around us.
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Drilled

Critical Frequency

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A true-crime podcast about climate change. Hosted by award-winning investigative journalist Amy Westervelt and reported by a team of climate journalists, Drilled investigates the various obstacles that have kept the world from adequately responding to climate change.
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In-depth conversations with today’s most interesting world travelers, location-independent entrepreneurs, and digital nomads. Matt Bowles travels the world full time to find the most fascinating people on the planet, draw out stories of their most epic adventures, and unpack the skills, tactics, and strategies they use to build their remote businesses and design their lifestyles. Ranked the #1 Digital Nomad Podcast by Web Work Travel and the Top 1% of all podcasts by Listen Notes, each episo ...
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Challenging Colonialism

Martin Rizzo-Martinez & Daniel Stonebloom

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Challenging Colonialism amplifies Indigenous perspectives on issues of concern to native Californian communities. It is our intention to create an educational resource where everyone can hear the perspectives of Indigenous peoples in their own words. It is not our intention to further colonize the narrative, or to misrepresent stories that are not our own. The podcast is produced by Martin Rizzo-Martinez, Historian, & Daniel Stonebloom, a Public School Administrator.
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If you know yourself to be saved…if you truly believe that you were bound for destruction in a storm of your own making and you were saved when Jesus took the dive on your behalf, then you will exceedingly fear the LORD. Love makes sacrifices. The call to substitutionary love is not optional for Christians; it defines Christians. Support the show T…
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From the theatre mask and masquerade to the masked criminal and the rise of facial recognition software, masks have long performed as an instrument for the protection and concealment of identity. Even as they conceal and protect, masks – as faces – are an extension of the self. At the same time, they are a part of material culture: what are masks m…
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Lots of news lately on stories we've been following, so in today's episode: an update! The landmark Carbon Majors report has been updated with some surprising new data, and the European Court of Human Rights has sent down an historic ruling that will shape how EU legislators look at energy and climate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaph…
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This week we welcomed Francesca Albanese, UN Special Rapporteur on the occupied Palestinian territories, to present her report ‘Anatomy of a Genocide’ in the European Parliament. Together with Diana Buttu and Daniel Levy, the panel offered invaluable insights into the current crisis in Gaza, its historical and legal context, and Europe’s responsibi…
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The Irish and the Jews are two of the classic outliers of modern Europe. Both struggled with their lack of formal political sovereignty in the nineteenth-century. Simultaneously European and not European, both endured a bifurcated status, perceived as racially inferior and yet also seen as a natural part of the European landscape. Both sought to de…
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Around the world, people are being forced to leave their homes in droves. We are seeing it happen in Gaza, as Israeli forces continue to wage war. And in Sudan, which has also been wracked by war. Then there are the people fleeing political or economic strife - like those living in Haiti, or Venezuela. Canada has various refugee programs designed t…
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Centuries of colonial capitalism have reordered life on the planet and inside our bodies, from industrial farming and the uneven advances of modern medicine, to night shifts, chronic stress and inflammation. Has the system made us sick? That’s the concern of Rupa Marya and Raj Patel, who join Eleanor Penny to talk about the history of medical injus…
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Discover what truly made Frederic so persistent going forward following his losing significant money sums down in Martinique. Figure out exactly what lesson Frederic himself gained following first ice venture journey. Determine whether anybody in general owned the frozen waters to all New England Ponds. Discover how many ice shipments Frederic made…
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Featuring Abdel Razzaq Takriti, this is the SEVENTH episode of Thawra (Revolution), our rolling mini-series on Arab radicalism in the 20th century. Today’s installment lays out the the US’s Eisenhower Doctrine, which in 1957 inaugurated a new era of imperialism in the Middle East; the Ba’ath Party driving Syria and Egypt into the United Arab Republ…
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In The Virus Touch: Theorizing Epidemic Media (Duke UP. 2023), Bishnupriya Ghosh argues that media are central to understanding emergent relations between viruses, humans, and nonhuman life. Writing in the shadow of the HIV/AIDS and COVID-19 global pandemics, Ghosh theorizes "epidemic media" to show how epidemics are mediated in images, numbers, an…
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Enlightenment philosopher David Hume enjoyed a tremendous influence on intellectual history. What did Hume believe, why was it so controversial at the time, and why to many does it seem so common-sensical now? What can Humian thought explain, and where does it fall short? To discuss, Aaron Zubia, Assistant Professor at the University of Florida's H…
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Raj Patel, the renowned political economist and New York Times bestselling author of The Value of Nothing, teams up with the physician Rupa Marya to offer a radical new cure: the deep medicine of decolonization. Decolonizing heals what has been divided, reestablishing our relationships with the Earth and one another. Combining the latest scientific…
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Advancing Medical Posthumanism Through Twenty-First Century American Poetry (Palgrave MacMillan, 2024) places contemporary poetics in dialogue with posthumanism and biomedicine in order to create a framework for advancing a posthuman-affirmative ethics within the culture of medical practice. This book makes a case for a posthumanist understanding o…
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Hegel and Speculative Realism (Palgrave MacMillan, 2023) has two main objectives. Firstly, to assess the speculative realist formulations of the real regarding the ‘withdrawn’ object, radical contingency, the absolute register of extinction, and the current interest in ‘powers philosophy’, with special attention to their possible relation to the ab…
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On this week’s Macrodose, James Meadway breaks down a new report over in the US which lays out the climate risks to nuclear power (0:44), a look at how the scarcity of data will squash the dreams of machine learning (9:55) and a new campaign for Basic Income for Farmers (15:50). Basic income for farmers report: tinyurl.com/5n6hecpe A massive thank …
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In our latest episode in this series What Concepts Do we welcome guest producer Nazlı Özkan, who leads us through a discussion of New Media. How has newness been produced as a feature of media in different political and historical contexts, and how can anthropological approaches help us understand how technological novelty becomes a part of statecr…
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When Sharde M. Davis turned to social media during the summer of racial reckoning in 2020, she meant only to share how racism against Black people affects her personally. But her hashtag, BlackintheIvory, went viral, fostering a flood of Black scholars sharing similar stories. Soon the posts were being quoted during summer institutes and workshops …
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Laura continues her interview with Marion Barter’s daughter, Sally, and super sleuther and researcher Joni about Coroner Teresa O’Sullivan’s findings, which were handed down on February 29 2024. Sally shares why she is underwhelmed by the recommendation for the case to remain within New South Wales Police State Crime Command Unsolved Homicide team …
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In the extra-long conclusion to my series on the Oak Island "mystery," I look at claims about artifacts that have been found on the island, outlandish theories about the nature of its "treasure," and the true origin of the legend in treasure digging scams. Joining me again to discuss the topic is Dr. Sean Munger! Go watch Sean Munger's videos on Yo…
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“Post capitalism is not simply another ‘ism’ to replace previous ideologies. It’s not a euphemism for socialism or anarchism or Nordic capitalism—although it may contain some elements of each. Post capitalism is a conceptual container for social pluralities based on shared values that stem from an experience of the shortcomings of the existing syst…
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What does it mean to set your hearts and minds above? What does it mean that your life is now hidden with Christ in God? We answer those questions in this sermon! Colossians 3:1-4... Since, then, you have been raised with Christ, set your hearts on things above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God. 2 Set your minds on things above, not…
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Abby Martin is an American journalist and activist, host of the interview series The Empire Files, and a co-founder of the citizen journalism website Media Roots. She joins Ash Sarkar to discuss her political journey after 9/11, working for the state broadcaster Russia Today, how Israelis really talk about Palestinians, and why she believes the wes…
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Historians of early America, slavery, early African American history, the history of science, and environmental history have interrogated the complex ways in which enslaved people were thought about and treated as human but also dehumanized to be understood as private property or chattel. The comparison of enslaved people to animals, particularly d…
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Learn the real nuances of travel safety, develop a personal risk profile, leave your comfort zone, and travel better. ____________________________ SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: GALACTIC FED I use Galactic Fed for SEO and CRO on The Maverick Show website, but they are an end-to-end digital marketing agency that also offers social media, website design, paid …
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Take a good hard look into your identity. Listen carefully to the words that come out of your mouth. Be open to the possibility that you have an “othering” problem. Everything you hold dear is soon to be tested, and the test will reveal your true allegiance. Jonah is on the run from God. He has no intention of obeying God’s call upon his life to co…
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Deeping It: Colonialism, Culture & Criminalisation of UK Drill (404 Ink, 2023) by Adèle Oliver shines a critical light on UK drill and its fraught relationship with the British legal system. Intervening on current discourse steeped in anti-Blackness and moral panic, this Inkling ‘deeps’ how the criminalisation of UK drill cannot be disentangled fro…
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Deeping It: Colonialism, Culture & Criminalisation of UK Drill (404 Ink, 2023) by Adèle Oliver shines a critical light on UK drill and its fraught relationship with the British legal system. Intervening on current discourse steeped in anti-Blackness and moral panic, this Inkling ‘deeps’ how the criminalisation of UK drill cannot be disentangled fro…
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Determine if Frederic Tudor himself was very detailed when it came to maintaining financial accounts. Find out how long average journey itself took from Boston, Massachusetts to Martinique. Get an in depth analysis behind the set of instructions Frederic laid out for William & James once arriving into Martinique. Understand what Frederic meant per …
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Set in Colonial Northern Nigeria, this book confronts a paradox: the state insisted on its separation from religion even as it governed its multireligious population through what remained of the precolonial caliphate. Entangled Domains: Empire, Law and Religion in Northern Nigeria (Cambridge UP, 2023) grapples with this history to offer a provocati…
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