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Jamaican Diaspora

Jamaican Diaspora

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Pride will progress to power. We are dedicated to Jamaicans on the island, in the diaspora, members of other Caribbean communities, and all progressive people who would like to learn more about us. We seek to inspire our audience by featuring interesting people and events from the island and diaspora. Please send us your ideas regarding issues affecting our community that you would like us to feature. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jamaican-diaspora/support
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The Libyan Diaspora is a podcast, blog, and global community striving to create an open dialogue with Libyans across the diaspora. Through this podcast, we will be talking about Libyan Politics, society, culture, and socioeconomic issues facing Libyans today. All from the point of view of the diaspora. I hope you enjoy the show and the community we are building together. Don’t forget to be proud, be you, be Libyan.
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Created, hosted, and produced by Erick Taylor Woodby, Our Black Gay Diaspora Podcast is a global biweekly podcast where Black LGBTQ professionals share about their countries and professions. Guests include Executive Director at PEOPLE Magazine Jeremy Helligar, Palmira Koukkari Mbenga, Swedish journalist, actor, and script editor for Netflix’s Young Royals, and Gamal ‘G’ Turawa, the protagonist in the 2022 BAFTA-winning British docudrama The Black Cop. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy f ...
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Diaspora Food Stories

The Global Food and Drink Initiative

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The Diaspora Food Stories podcast will explore the stories behind the creators from the African Diaspora, furthering the mission of The Global Food and Drink Initiative to connect Black people through food, drink and travel. Listeners can expect conversations that go deep into the history and origins of our foods and how they have shaped cultures, communities and the world. In addition, Diaspora Food Stories will be the first food podcast to offer these stories in the native tongue of our gu ...
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Mango Bae

Pranav and Usama

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Stand-up comedians and badmaashi boys Usama Siddiquee and Pranav Behari go way off the rails in this podcast about issues affecting the South Asian diaspora as well as immigrants in general. Rambunctious, irreverent, and incisive, Mango Bae is by desis but for everyone (even whites).
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Author and human rights activist, Miko Peled, aims to shine a light on under-reported Palestinian experiences through conversations with the brave human rights defenders living in Palestine, Israel, and the diaspora. Free Palestine! Follow @MikoPeled | www.mikopeled.com
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Inspiring and insightful conversations with the African Diaspora . A platform for expression of views and works from the African diaspora with the aim of changing the African narrative whilst inspiring a new generation on the continent and beyond.
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A bilingual podcast featuring personal stories by people of Taiwanese heritage. 雙語訪跟台灣人、華僑、華裔訪談. Friendspiration Series: talking to friends about their creative endeavors. Instagram, Facebook: @twdiaspora www.taiwanesediaspora.com hello@taiwanesediaspora.com https://ko-fi.com/twdiaspora https://bookshop.org/shop/twdiaspora Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/twdiaspora/support
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Join Angela Ford, Founder of The Obsidian Collection Archives as she illuminates a variety of interesting tales of the global Black Diaspora. Season One is hosted by Joi Weathers, a brilliant media expert and podcaster. Obsidian Stories are conversations with the storytellers who created or unearthed the images, video and artifacts not seen in a very long time. Our stories focus on the joy, love, laughter and progress of the Black Diaspora. These tales help us reclaim the Black Narrative.
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Selam & Hello

Lilly Bekele-Piper

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Selam & Hello is a show featuring stories of joy and justice from Africa and the diaspora. Produced in Kenya for global audiences - Selam & Hello curates conversations on identity and culture that inform, entertain and uplift.
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A weekly podcast focused on long-form interviews on history, pop culture and society affecting the MENA region and diaspora communities. It aims to inform and illuminate the region through a non-newsy lens, exploring the MENA region's past, present and future and its people. Each episode begins with a question and an introduction to an expert who will attempt to answer it.
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Afropop Worldwide is an internationally syndicated weekly radio series, online guide to African and world music, and an international music archive, that has introduced American listeners to the music cultures of Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean since 1988. Our radio program is hosted by Georges Collinet from Cameroon, the radio series is distributed by Public Radio International to 110 stations in the U.S., via XM satellite radio, in Africa via and Europe via Radio Multikulti.
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Groovin' Griot

Azsaneé Truss and OreOluwa Badaki

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Groovin’ Griot is a podcast exploring how we use dance to tell stories throughout the African Diaspora. The term “griot” comes from the West African tradition of oral and embodied storytelling. Griots are traveling poets, musicians, genealogists, and historians who preserve and tell stories via a variety of modalities. On Groovin’ Griot, we are centering the West African Diaspora, honoring the legacy of the griot by talking to the storytellers in our communities who help us understand the ro ...
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Unsettled

Unsettled Podcast

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Unsettled is a podcast about Israel-Palestine and the Jewish diaspora. We're here to provide a space for the difficult conversations and diverse viewpoints that are all too rare in institutional American Jewish communities.
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Network Nation

Dr. Hayk Vardanyan

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Network Nation is a Podcast about Armenian Projects worldwide aiming to improve the situation after the war and contribute to Armenia's development. Dr. Hayk Vardanyan, an IT specialist with a scientific background, interviews the representatives of these projects to understand what they do and how interested people can join them.
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The Stoop

Hana Baba and Leila Day

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The Stoop podcast digs into stories that are not always shared out in the open. Hosts Leila Day and Hana Baba start conversations and provide professionally-reported stories about what it means to be Black and how we talk about blackness. Come hang out on The Stoop as we dialog about the diaspora.
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khōréō magazine

khōréō magazine, Inc.

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khōréō is a quarterly magazine of speculative fiction and migration. We publish fiction, non-fiction, and art by immigrant and diaspora authors and artists. Winner of the 2022 Ignyte Award for Best Fiction Podcast.
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Get inspired. Get motivated. Get stories of Black history made and in the making. Noire History features Black history facts, non-fiction book reviews, and documentary discussions from across the Black diaspora. Join your host Natasha Nicolo to celebrate Black pride, excellence, and power all 365 days of the year.
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Africans, African Immigrants in Diaspora/Children born of Immigrant parents in Diaspora, as well as those Africans in the homeland - Society and Culture clashes. The positive and negative impacts to this dynamic phenomenon is discussed as a summary of a traditional village meeting discussion/summary. The podcast discusses topics surrounding African immigrants and those Africans in the homeland - the youths, young adults, men and women, as they struggle with conflicts of the culture of their ...
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The Black History Buff podcast is a fun and thrilling journey through time. Covering the full historical tapestry of the African Diaspora, you’ll hear tales covering everything from African Samurai to pistol-wielding poets. More than just a podcast, the show is a bridge that links communities throughout the African diaspora and enlightens and empowers its friends.
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For Heaven's Sake

Shalom Hartman Institute

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Thoughtful debate elevates us all. In For Heaven’s Sake, Donniel Hartman, Yossi Klein Halevi, and Elana Stein Hain revive the Jewish art of constructive discussion on topics related to political and social trends in Israel, Israel-Diaspora relations, and the collective consciousness of being Jewish. JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST FOR MORE HARTMAN IDEAS
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Futures Voices

BH Futures Foundation

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With several million Bosnian & Herzegovinians living in the diaspora we certainly have no shortage of talent. Our podcast draws on the experience of up and coming talent as well as seasoned experts to inspire positive actions & change. The voices of today’s success for the brilliant minds of tomorrow. Futures Voices.
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It's Layered Podcast

It's Layered Podcast

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Welcome to "It's Layered"! A podcast by two Zimbabwean girls living on two different continents and keeping their long-distance friendship of over 20 years thriving! Join them as they delve deeper into life, love and all things under the sun because in life... zvine malayers! (It’s Layered!)
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"Argh U Mad!?!" is to evoke meaningful and mindful discussions. A first-generation immigrant from the Motherland reconnecting with her foundational roots through the use of examples given by herself and guests. Storytelling and critical reviews from personal, and professional experiences, "Nikki Nu's" purpose is to promote mindfulness, holistic health, and practical mental health coping skills to apply to our everyday lives. We are changing the narrative of Mental Health one podcast at a time.
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A Little Juju Podcast is dedicated to Black Ass spirituality, community and witchy womanist insights into healing and culture. Juju Bae isn’t just me, it’s a movement and moment. We’re in the midst of the revival–a revival based on indigenous healing + communion in the modern world. Join Juju as she speaks on all things Black, the Diaspora, and healing through the spiritual tools given by the ancestors.
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Manuel Cheța este "Un român în Londra". Primul podcast românesc din diaspora (2016). Printre subiectele abordate sunt Brexitul, imigrația, viața departe de țară, comparație dintre diferite societăți.
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Join AOT2 and Ugochi on their wild journey as they discuss everything Pop culture, music, movies and more. 234 Essential focuses on Nigerian pop culture but goes beyond trending topics on social media. It looks at the bigger picture and provides accurate historical and societal context to what is trending online. 234 Essential Podcast is another podcast original from Global Village. For fan mail: fanmail@234essential.com For ads: info@globalvillage.studio 234 Essential on Twitter 234 Essenti ...
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The Digipreneur FM Podcast provides audio masterclasses for Caribbean Entrepreneurs to help take their businesses digital. We will also be interviewing some of the top talents in the region and diaspora to get their stories of success and obtain the info needed to help our community prosper in the new Digital Age.
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Courtney & André have get straight into the news of María Sánchez requesting a trade, why she may want out of Houston, and a few places we think she'd cook. Then we look at the mess in Portland, Mike Norris' reassignment, and their reported global search for a coach. Then we get into the IG fallout from the FA Cup semifinal where Millie Turner deci…
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Michael Henderson is the founder of B.A.G. Travel or Black and Gay Travel that specializes in designing adventures for small groups to destinations around the world. The "adventure designer," began traveling more than 20 years ago, taking his first solo trip to Thailand. After returning, he knew travel would be a way of life and over the years beca…
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#What is in a name?#. Your African name makes you unique - Never let anyone shorten it for their own ease. Your African name is meaningful! Support the show As Africans, we must continue to live by the spirit of Ubuntu - "I Am Because We Are"! It should not be just about You. It should not be just about Me. It should be about Us!…
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Hello and welcome to a very special episode of the Migration & Diaspora Podcast, in which we have our first-ever repeat guest. Great friend of Homelands Advisory and star guest of episode 2, Dr Martin Russell, AKA Doctor Diaspora, is back on the show to talk about the state of the diaspora engagement sector now four years on from that first intervi…
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(Original Air Date: 21 June 2023) Our Black Gay Diaspora Podcast's creator, host, and producer Erick Taylor Woodby is interviewed by Gamal 'G' Turawa, an ED&I facilitator, transformational storyteller, and the protagonist in the 2022 BAFTA-wining documentary, The Black Cop. Erick shares his pride in being a Black gay American writer and digital nom…
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In this podcast episode, I engage in a conversation with the acclaimed writer, Sefi Atta, on the representations of postcolonial African mobile subjects in her work. The conversation revolves around some of Atta's novels such as The Bad Immigrant, A Bit of Difference, Everything Good Will Come as well as the short story collection, News From Home. …
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In this episode, our host, Oswa Kaheel, discusses the remarkable life and lasting legacy of Omar al-Mukhtar, a revered figure in Libyan history famously known as the Lion of the Desert. Amidst the turbulent periods of Libya’s past, Omar al-Mukhtar’s story shines as a beacon of courage, resilience, and unwavering commitment to the cause of freedom.…
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This is an ode to Black men's voices. Celebrating some of the voices that soothe, excite, or give us a sense of feeling grounded. Over the years, Black men’s voices have symbolized comfort, affection, and authority in pop culture. From the baritone of Barry White to the reliable tone of James Earl Jones, we're celebrating voice. We also meet voice …
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Before dawn on Sunday, April 14th, with the help of its allies, Israel staved off its first ever direct attack by Iran. In this episode, Donniel Hartman and Yossi Klein Halevi discuss this new reality for Israel and its neighbors, and what it would mean to trade blows openly with a regional superpower that has, until now, hid its aggression behind …
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A profile of Nat Love, a famous Black cowboy from the days of the Wild West who wrote an autobiography about his days moving cattle and competing in rodeos. Show notes are available at http://medianoire.com/blog/nat-love. VISIT MY WEBSITE https://medianoire.com FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/medianoire Pinterest: htt…
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We’re losing recipes baby…but are we, really? What are you holding on to, what are you retaining, and what recipes actually NEED to be lost? Full show notes here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/102486293 Sponsorships: Join Spiritus Wellness in Limon (lee-moan), Costa Rica, July 3-July 9th for their annual holistic wellness retreat. This year’s theme…
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In this episode, producer Elodie Maillot in Paris reviews the career of mercurial Algerian-French singer, composer and activist Rachid Taha, who died in 2018. With remembrances from producers Steve Hillage, Justin Adams and others, the podcast brings to life a singular life and musical career. Taha merged rock and rai music, love poetry and fierce …
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This week on Selam and Hello, Lilly delves into the world of traditional medicine with Vitalice Ochieng, Senior Program Manager at the Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health (TICAH). Together they discuss the motivation and tenets of TICAH's book 'Using Our Traditions: A Health & Nutritional Guide for Kenyan Families' and explore their efforts in …
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Did Iran fall into Israel’s trap when it attacked on Saturday, or did it outmanoeuvre Netanyahu? Are we on the brink of regional war, or can the US contain the spill? When Israel bombed an Iranian embassy compound in Damascus on 1 April, killing top Iranian commanders, many saw it as bait laid out by Benjamin Netanyahu to force a direct confrontati…
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Growing up in Sarajevo, Emir Pleh dreamt of becoming a professional motorcycle driver. He would complete studies in Information Systems and Economics, working his way through various corporate roles. His passion and entrepreneurial mindset led him to open one of Sarajevo’s most famous pub “Red Door”, all while building his corporate career and keep…
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A new edition of Roqe with popular Iranian-British thinker, author and award-winning psychologist, Dr. Fathali Moghaddam, joining Jian for a feature hour to discuss his latest book entitled “The Psychology of Revolution” and to dissect why revolutions don’t always lead to better results and what does and doesn’t change with revolution, seen through…
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This Hip Deep edition explores the legendary early career of Thomas Mapfumo, a singer, composer and bandleader whose 1970s music set the stage for the birth of a new nation, Zimbabwe. Using rare, unreleased recordings, and recollections by Mapfumo, key band members, and prominent Zimbabweans who lived through the liberation struggle, this program t…
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A deluxe riverboat welcomes the galaxy's wealthiest tourists to the drought-ridden Amazon — but no one's seen her mysterious captain. "The Maiden Voyage of the Piranha Belle" is a flash exploration of colonization and survival. Content warnings: Violence/death (offscreen), colonization, implied human trafficking Copyright khōréō magazine 2024. Stor…
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Is Europe ‘nostalgic for a racist past’ when it didn’t have to apologise for its colonialism? In this week’s episode of The Big Picture, we sit down with renowned Australian anthropologist Ghassan Hage. Hage is currently fighting against the prestigious Max Planck Society in Germany over accusations of ‘antisemitism’ over his critiques of Israel. T…
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We dive into how Caribbean Airlines stacks up against the titans of the skies in our digital age. We examine social media impact, website prowess, and the app popularity that defines the leaders in the airline sector. In this case study, we looked at Southwest Airlines, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Hawaiian Airlines and Caribbean Airlines. Southwest Ai…
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Say the name Jason Holder and you will likely trigger very irrational and emotional rantings amongst the West Indian fanbase. Recently on the Caribbean Cricket Podcast we have repeatedly stated that Jason Holder walks back into the West Indies test side but this seems to have caused some level of consternation. Machel jumped in the hot seat to anal…
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A profile of Dr. Halle Tanner Dillon Johnson, Alabama's first female physician of any race and founder of the Tuskegee Institute's nursing program. Show notes are available at http://medianoire.com/blog/halle-tanner-dillon-johnson. VISIT MY WEBSITE https://medianoire.com FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/medianoire Pint…
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Hostage negotiations remain deadlocked as their families continue to pressure Israel’s government to reach a deal, while rightwing MPs are threatening to dissolve Netanyahu’s coalition if the IDF does not move into Rafah. In this landscape of stark public discord, Donniel Hartman and Yossi Klein Halevi clash on their own priorities for victory in t…
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Hey y'all! We are STILL here! Donn is officially a regular. He graced us with his presence on this episode, and spoke briefly about Artificial intelligence (AI). I was able to ask him some rapid fire questions about AI. He was able to give us a brief rundown about the field and its relevance in today's society. Tune in! Donn Contact: Email: Donn.cy…
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AOT2 and Ugochi discuss the Ogun state Police's warning against Hook, Air Peace starting UK flights, the new electricity terminologies and other news that made the rounds. OUTLINE 00:00 - Introduction 13:50 - Fan mails 29:01 - Catch up 01:01:25 - X of the week 01:45:10 - Prop of the week 01:47:10 - Flop of the week 01:48:47 - Sign Out -------------…
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In this episode, I discuss my grieving process, as my grandmother recently became an ancestor. We all die and it’s time we talk about it. How do we ensure a most glorious transition? Is it time to call the death doula? Prolly. Featuring Tyger Oshumaré. Full show notes: https://www.patreon.com/posts/102079318 Tyger Oshumaré - Ty@simpleidea.com for i…
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On this week's episode, Simi and Feyikemi discuss Diddy's recent house raid, Tems album listening as well as share their top 5 songs from the Superstar, African Giant and Baddest Guy Ever Liveth albums. They also put you on to their favourite shows & songs right now. Make sure you watch the episode on YouTube & listen to the playlist - F&S Rotation…
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This week, Lilly delves into the world of comedy with Doug Mutai. Doug, Founder of the Kenya Standup Collective and Co-Founder of the Nairobi International Comedy Festival, joins us to share how he got started, the current trends in comedy in Kenya and what makes a good joke. Doug shares how language is an important cultural signal when writing com…
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Courtney & André break down the USWNT's 2-1 comeback win over Japan. We discuss the opening goal, what led to it, and the funny reaction in the stadium. Then we talk about how important the USWNT rediscovering their high press was to neutralizing a very dangerous opponent. We also spotlight Mallory Swanson, Sam Coffey and Jaedyn Shaw. Plus we revie…
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"A cemetery for the living," that is how Munther Amira describes the Israeli prison. In his 40 years of unarmed resistance Munther has been arrested, beaten and tortured more time than he can remember. This time, he says, is far, far worse than anything he has ever experienced. Trigger warning - some of the things he describes are extremely hard to…
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At the Caribbean Cricket Podcast we always try to ensure our audience can hear from all the important stakeholders in West Indies Cricket. Director of Cricket, Miles Bascombe, was the latest to come on the to talk his strategic plan for the holistic improvement of cricket in the region. It's an important conversation that looks in depth at youth de…
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