Best Diversity podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Cultural Competency Training | Culture Matters | Public Speaking on International Business and Leadership
 
We help organizations develop customized diversity and inclusion initiatives that advance strategic objectives within the legal margins. The purpose of Littler's podcasts is to provide helpful information for employers, addressing the latest developments in labor and employment relations. They are not a substitute for experienced legal counsel and do not provide legal advice or attempt to address the numerous factual issues that arise in any employment-related issue.
 
What’s going on with Diversity & Inclusion in the workplace? What makes a workplace inclusive? How do you measure it? What does safe space look like? Which organizations are at the forefront, doing impactful D&I work? The Diversity & Inclusion Group at Minneapolis-based software company Leadpages has been asking ourselves questions like these as we delve into tough topics, educate ourselves and our co-workers, and take steps to become extraordinary in the the D&I space. Tune in as we talk to ...
 
Maintaining diversity and ethics practices is important to most businesses who want to gain the loyalty of employees and trust of consumers. These podcasts explain the ethics and diversity issues in the modern workplace. Part of the La Trobe University Masters of Business Administration. Find out more at online.latrobe.edu.au
 
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The UX of Diversity
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The UX of Diversity podcast is a blend of narrative and interviews, all centering around issues surrounding diversity and inclusion, hosted by Stephen Ruiz. We focus on diversity in the technology space, in HR, academia, consulting, and more.
 
Leading commentators from the City of London bring fresh perspectives to diversity and Inclusion debate, showcasing D&I initiatives and best practice. DiverCity Podcast is hosted by Julia Streets.
 
Everyone has a diversity story- even those you don’t expect. Get ready to hear from leading CEO’s, bestselling authors and entrepreneurs as we uncover their true stories of diversity and inclusion. The Will To Change is hosted by Jennifer Brown- Jennifer is an award-winning entrepreneur, dynamic speaker, and author and diversity and inclusion expert. She is a passionate social equality advocate committed to helping leaders foster healthier and therefore more productive workplaces, ultimately ...
 
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Welcome to Upendo Books! Join us on our mission to celebrate the contributions of Africans both on the continent and within the diaspora. Drop us a message about one of your favourite African authors (from the continent or diaspora). We are more than happy to include it!
 
Diversity Hour of Power Podcast from WGN Plus
 
Here at Eclectica you’ll find -all kinds- of superb music and unusual new forms of audio entertainment: From Rock to Reggae, Pop to Goth/Industrial, Trance to Middle Eastern, Happy Hardcore to Celtic & Jazz, Folk to R & B, Comedy to Early Music and much, much more, Eclectica has it ALL. We’ve even got a smattering of wonderful spoken-word pieces like poetry, audio plays and storytelling here n' there. So sit back, relax, & I hope you enjoy the journey! :):)
 
NO POLITICS!! JUST MUSIC FROM THE VINYL. THE WHOLE VINYL AND NOTHING BUT THE VINYL! “The Vinyl Exile” is a music podcast in which I only play music from out of print vinyl albums that are no longer available as domestic releases on compact discs and are unavailable as digital download tracks. The pops, skips and surface noises that you hear on the songs will not be edited out or cleaned up.
 
The GRCC Diversity Lecture Series is intended to give insight and understanding of multicultural issues to the West Michigan Community.
 
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Diversity Matters podcast series focuses on practical techniques for fostering Diversity and Inclusion in the healthcare and philanthropic sectors. The podcasts feature RWJF Human Capital Team consultant Jacinta Gauda in conversation with leaders and practitioners in these sectors who have focused on diversity as a practical challenge.
 
Hosted by Gabrielle Bondi, our goal with DEFINE is to take part in the ongoing discussions on diversity and fair representation in film and television. We hope to deconstruct stereotypes, inform audiences and do our part to help make our voices louder so our demands can be heard and seriously considered. This is a TYF Production. Music: Bensounds.comTheYoungFolks.com - Follow @TYFofficial for more information.
 
This is a bi-monthly podcast hosted by geeks who love comics. We focus on indie comics featuring diverse characters and themes.
 
The American Diversity Project is an annual week-long documentary project where student and professional photojournalists come together to document a small town.
 
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Gamers of Diversity
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All work and no play can be so mundane, but luckily hobbies keep us grounded and balanced when life because overly repetitious. So what are those components in which we speak? Well tune in and listen to Quick Best and Kyle P as we give the run down from all topics of interests, such as gaming, movies, shows, technology etc.
 
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Diversity Chat
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Diversity Chat is a weekly podcast on current diversity and human relations issues. This 15 minute program begins with a five minute round-up of the week's top human relations news, followed by a 10 minute discussion of that news by experts in the field. Human relations issues are both plentiful and complex. And while we can't hope to address all of them, let alone have all the answers, we can promise you a thoughtful and entertaining discussion each and every week (unless we're too busy, in ...
 
A look at the wide variety of urban art, as well as the history and nature of this art form.
 
Interviews with STEM and tech professionals from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds
 
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Rockmart Diversity
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Its about my city. Rockmart, Ga. To display the diversity of music i listen too.
 
Sharing experiences, ideas and practical ways to promote and enable diversity and innovative working practices.
 
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Degrees of Diversity
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More than 80 percent of public school teachers in the U.S. are white, and a WXXI News investigation has found that the disparity is much more severe in the Rochester, NY and Finger Lakes regions. Degrees of Diversity takes an in-depth look at diversity among local teaching staffs, and the steps, if any, the districts are taking to making their staffs better reflect their student population.
 
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Diversity Sauce
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Diversity Sauce highlights articles from the KIDMAP weekly newsletter and features interviews with producers and researchers focused on the importance of diverse, inclusive, and equitable content in all children's media.
 
Crystafer's Power House of Diversity – CRYSTAFER'S PHDCrystafer's Power House of Diversity is a podcast that will be available on Tha1Radio.com, SoundCloud and iTunes at no charge. It will include topics on different cultures, lifestyles, community events, LGBTQ conversations, business, physical health, mental health, entertainment and spirituality to name a few. Each month will be a specific topic with special guests, local artists, local or nationwide professionals that will help us unders ...
 
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This podcast aims to improve upon the range of conversations that are possible within contemporary academia and the mainstream media. If you’re interested in intellectual pluralism rather than the cosmetic forms of diversity so common in the public sphere today, the people featured in this podcast may help to broaden your horizons in invigorating ways.Biographical note: John Tangney teaches humanities in the School of Advanced Studies at the University of Tyumen, Russia.
 
Salaam. I'm Sina, the founder of www.sharediversity.com and the host of the Shared Diversity Podcast. My goal each week is to encourage Muslim women to embrace their uniqueness and celebrate their diversities within every aspect of their lives. How can we set higher goals while strengthening our spirituality? In this podcast, I will share with you topics around identity & culture, health & fitness and goal setting & productivity and how it relates to our Islamic tradition. I will update you ...
 
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Diversity Speaks NH
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The state of New Hampshire is seen as a novice at diversity work, but a newly established council is looking to change that. This podcast will give voice to the members of the state's new Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion, as well as citizens who share their stories. New Hampshire's growing population and increasing diversity, as well as reported incidents of bias around the state, have made these conversations necessary. Issues of race, gender, disability, age, economic status, se ...
 
House Dj and Prodcuer Fergus Keogh brings you his monthly mix of the finest tracks in all things House! Bes ure to check it and you will not only hear the best tunes, but you will get first play exclusives.
 
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Diversity All Star
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Our Diversity All Star Podcast, includes in-depth chats with entrepreneurs, influencers and talent and from all backgrounds, to undercover both their failures and successes. So you can learn the best business strategies that work, and the steps needed to get started and level up your business.
 
Weekly Podcast Focusing Diversity And Mentorship In Technology
 
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Diversity Dialogues
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Podcast by Tej Singh
 
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Soul Diversity
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PHL Diversity (formerly known as the Multicultural Affairs Congress), a division of the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau (PHLCVB) presents brief insights, views and opinions from tourism and hospitality leaders, meeting/convention professionals and academics regarding hospitality, tourism and diversity topics. Podcasts are brought to you with support from the Pennsylvania Convention Center and A Step Higher production company. For more on PHL Diversity, visit PHLDiversity.com.
 
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With just days to go before his second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Trump seems to have tried to lower public expectations for the meeting set for Feb. 27-28 in Hanoi, Vietnam. “I’m in no rush for speed. We just don’t want testing,” Trump remarked on Friday, raising concerns that he might not insist on North Korea aban ...…
 
For 27 years, Mark Schand lay in his prison cot in Massachusetts and plotted out the retail empire he’d been envisioning since well before his arrest. “I would lay in bed, my eyes wide open, looking at the ceiling, just thinking of a color scheme, and picture the uniform,” said Schand. Now, five years after a judge vacated his murder conviction ...…
 
The pitches to the health insurance brokers are tantalizing. “Set sail for Bermuda,” says insurance giant Cigna, offering top-selling brokers five days at one of the island’s luxury resorts. Health Net of California’s pitch is not subtle: A smiling woman in a business suit rides a giant $100 bill like it’s a surfboard. “Sell more, enroll more, ...…
 
Join David in Host Emeritus Fred Greenhalgh's yurt--sorry, YAWFT--to hear the story of how Radio Drama Revival was started. It's an episode of friends new and old, of what audio fiction is and can be, and what exciting changes we have in store.Joining us this week, and for ever after (hooray!) are Wil Williams and Elena Fernández-Collins.Wil:ht ...…
 
Since the 1930s, Missouri and Kansas high school boys wrestlers have gone to the mat to find out who’s the best in their respective states. This year, Missouri added girls’ wrestling to its state championship lineup, only the 12th state to do so.By geserve@aol.com (Greg Echlin).
 
How to make time for nature, even in the winter season. It can be be all too easy to get into a groove that doesn't include the outdoor activities you love -- but that's OK, too. This episode shares some practical tips for experiencing nature year round. We talk to She Explores and Women on the Road team members Noël Russell, Laura Hughes, and ...…
 
Veteran comedians know all about the funny side of anger. The late George Carlin wrote an entire bit called “Free-Floating Hostility.” Jerry Seinfeld once declared in the Los Angeles Times that “All comedy starts with anger.” The rant is often a comedian’s sharpest tool, whether it’s the screams of the late Sam Kinison or the tirades of Chris R ...…
 
Scientists have launched a major new phase in the testing of a controversial genetically modified organism: a mosquito designed to quickly spread a genetic mutation lethal to its own species, NPR has learned. For the first time, researchers have begun large-scale releases of the engineered insects, into a high-security laboratory in Terni, Ital ...…
 
Segment 1: Can news comsumers tell the difference between fact and opinion? Turn on any news channel and try to determine if you're hearing fact or opinion. Can you do it? That's one of the topics our Media Critics tackled today, along with what is behind the brewing legal battle between Kansas Senate Majority Leader Jim Denning and the Kansas ...…
 
How the top institutions in America are “committing malpractice” by fostering a toxic version of success. Amazon’s tax bill is in – prepare to get mad. We hear about the criminalization of homelessness and of proposed changes to Title IX.By Marcie Sillman.
 
How the top institutions in America are “committing malpractice” by fostering a toxic version of success. Amazon’s tax bill is in – prepare to get mad. We hear about the criminalization of homelessness and of proposed changes to Title IX.By Marcie Sillman.
 
Advocates for increasing voting access in Georgia told members of Congress on Tuesday that the state’s elections should be placed under federal oversight through the Voting Rights Act. Georgia was one of nine states with a history of discrimination in voting where changes to voting laws or administration were required to be pre-cleared by the U ...…
 
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe says it’s not normal for the bureau to open investigations into the president. “We don’t have a lot of experience with investigating presidents of the United States,” McCabe says. “There is not a standard S.O.P. on the shelf that you pull down to say, ‘Here’s how it’s done.'” Nevertheless, McCabe told 60 ...…
 
Veteran stand-up comedian Paula Poundstone’s curiosity has fueled her career for the past 40 years. Her quest for knowledge informs her stand-up, her book, and her current podcast, “Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone.” And it’s part of the reason she does so much crowdwork during her shows. “I do the time-honored ‘where you from, what do you do ...…
 
Segment 1: The word 'populism' is being used more and more in national headlines. So what does it mean? Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Donald Trump are all running for president in 2020. While these candidates may not have much in common, media outlets use one word to describe all of them again and again: populist. In this conversation, ...…
 
When we think of the swashbuckling stories of “The Three Musketeers” and “Count of Monte Cristo,” we might conjure images of sword fights, palace intrigue, and the gorgeous French countryside. We might not immediately think of those stories as multi-racial, but that’s where Atlanta’s Théâtre du Rêve comes in. Their new play, “Code Noir: Les Ave ...…
 
Monday marked the start of the second season of “Buried Truths,” WABE’s investigative Podcast. This season’s episodes center on a desolate Georgia road in the 1960s. The first episode is now on available, or wherever you get your podcasts. “Morning Edition” Host Lisa Rayam sat down with “Buried Truths” Host Hank Klibanoff to talk about what he ...…
 
Georgia has some of the country’s most restrictive ballot-access policies. Those policies control how third-party candidates can get their names on the ballot. And some lawmakers at the state Capitol want to change that. Luanne Taylor lives in Johns Creek, north of Atlanta, and is a lifelong independent. But she’s really never been able to vote ...…
 
The “Two Georgia” problem — the gap between the quality of life in Georgia’s urban and rural areas — is an old one. This legislative session, lawmakers have continued to talk about what can be done to close that gap and help rural Georgia communities. Emma Hurt is one of the reporters who covers the Capitol for WABE. On “All Things Considered,” ...…
 
Almond bloom comes nearly all at once in California — a flush of delicate pale blooms that unfold around Valentine’s Day. And beekeeper Bret Adee is hustling to get his hives ready, working through them on a Central Valley ranch before placing them in orchards. He deftly tap-taps open a hive. “We’re gonna open this up, and you’re going to see a ...…
 
Latosha Poston says she made a lot of mistakes in her life. Her legal troubles began in her teens after her first child was born in Indianapolis. Over the years, bad decisions led to some arrests, some convictions. “Sometimes we get stuck in our past and let our past guide us,” she says. The 44-year-old has worked hard to straighten out her lif ...…
 
Our country has become so divided over issues, policies and politicians that many no longer see someone who disagrees with them as merely having a difference of opinion or being uninformed. Now, those who disagree often view each other as not just wrong, but stupid, insane or even evil. And what's the point of trying to talk with, or listen to, ...…
 
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is presenting a year-long program series, " Freedom 55 ," to commemorates the 55th anniversary of Freedom Summer, a 1964 voter registration drive, also known as the Mississippi Summer Project.By jmerritt@wvxu.org (Jennifer Merritt).
 
This week on Start Hear : Bubble : Welcome to Fairhaven, a literal bubble of corporate utopia set amid the wild, goblin-infested Brush. Mobituaries : An irreverent but deeply researched appreciation of the people (and things) of the past. Pardon the Punctuation : Talking sports and current event topics in Cincinnati, Ohio.…
 
Ross’ Bio: Ross Trottier attended CU Boulder as a Classical Guitar Performance Major under the virtuoso Jonathan Leathewood, where he received the highest marks for theoretical studies. He currently resides in Colorado Springs, where he teaches and performs full time. Additionally, when he isn’t teaching and working with his music students, Ros ...…
 
Marvelous Monday with Dr. Shirley McKellar and Bishop L.J. Guillory is always the way to start the week! In the post President Obama future we will have to make some important decisions about how we can best and most effectively work together to influence and guide the direction of our country in a way that makes the lives of American people an ...…
 
Segment 1: Appeals by big-box retailers to have property assessed as though it is vacant could mean big revenue loss for local governments. A strategy first seen in the upper Midwest has found its way to Kansas and its Board of Tax Appeals, which is considering the latest request from a multi-national company to reduce the appraised values of i ...…
 
In a decision that could affect future drunk driving prosecutions, the Georgia Supreme Court has unanimously struck down a major part of the state’s DUI law, saying it violates the Georgia constitution’s guarantee of a person’s right not to incriminate himself or herself. The 91-page decision traced the history of the different versions of the ...…
 
International student enrollment is flat at some to local colleges and universities because of stricter visa requirements. Instead of coming to the U.S., foreign students are looking to Canada, Great Britain and Australia, and that has local schools getting creative to get their numbers back up.By athompson@wvxu.org (Ann Thompson).
 
TOPEKA — The glittery gold print on Cara Simon’s graduation cap begged — maybe only half-jokingly — for a break: “Can I take a nap now?” Toilsome college coursework may have kept the Wichita native up at night, but looking for a job won’t. Simon lined one up at an emergency room before even graduating — one of the benefits of earning a nursing ...…
 
“If you take the band Motörhead, you throw in a lot of Albrecht Dürer, a little bit of Frank Zappa and some R. Crumb, that’s me,” says artist Tom Huck. The St. Louis-based artist creates woodcuts full of political satire and scenes of wild mayhem. While the figures of 1970s counterculture may feel like the closest touchstones for his imagery, H ...…
 
Segment 1: What are local churches doing to prevent and report abuse? Abuse in the church is a particular kind of betrayal. And it's an issue church-goers everywhere are wrestling with after news in Texas broke of pastors who could still find work despite long histories of sexual abuse allegations. In this conversation, we hear how local surviv ...…
 
Growing up in the same home doesn’t always create the same experiences. Atlanta based, Anissa Gray’s novel, “The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls” is a family saga told from the perspective of three sisters. Reviews of the novel have called this book “An American Marriage” meets “The Mother.” Gray is an Emmy Award-winning journalist ...…
 
Ohio has a lot of tourism trails - more than 65 celebrating everything from doughnuts to aviation and antiques - but the newest is perfect for Presidents' Day.By tweingartner@wvxu.org (Tana Weingartner).
 
Molly Wellmann is well-known locally as a successful businesswoman, master mixologist, speaker, author and bar owner. Now, Wellmann, owner of Japp's Since 1879, and former owner of the recently closed Myrtle's Punch House in East Walnut Hills, has received national recognition. Last month, Nightclub & Bar Media Group unanimously named her Barte ...…
 
Ohio has been referred to as the "Mother of Presidents." Seven U.S. presidents were born in Ohio: Ulysses Grant, Rutherford Hayes, James Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, William Howard Taft and Warren G. Harding. And an eighth, William Henry Harrison, was born in Virginia but lived most of his adult life in Ohio.…
 
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe condemned what he called the “relentless attack” that President Trump has waged against the FBI even as it continues scrutinizing whether Americans in Trump’s campaign may have conspired with the Russians who attacked the 2016 election. “I don’t know that we have ever seen in all of history an example of ...…
 
Last August, a mother put her youngest son on a plane in New Jersey bound for Garden City Community College to play football in southwestern Kansas. Just 48 hours later, the 19-year-old was dead. The family knows how and when Braeden Bradforth died. But in the six months since he collapsed in a narrow alley after a grueling conditioning practic ...…
 
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For one of the nation’s only historically black colleges for women, this week will be crucial for survival. On Monday, Bennett College, in Greensboro, N.C., will argue its case for maintaining its accreditation at a hearing before the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, or SACS. Bennett has been on probation for ...…
 
Walter Smith Jr and guests celebrate and analyze issues of diversity, inclusion and democracy in this unique magazine format call-in show.
 
On this episode of Vinyl Divers Podcast, Anthony is joined by a friend who just moved back from California. Jim Clark III shares the self titled album P with Anthony and fills him in on some of the stories behind the music. How do Johnny Depp, Michael Stipe and River Phoenix have to do with this album? Listen in to find out! Vinyl Divers Podcas ...…
 
Walter Smith Jr and guests celebrate and analyze issues of diversity, inclusion and democracy in this unique magazine format call-in show.
 
The Ombudsman Press Show: stimulating talk, live-callers, cutting edge interviews, in depth coverage of the most paramount topics in local, state and national news to keep we the taxpayers informed and in the know on the latest, hottest, and must know current events in politics, religion, headline news, and entertainment. With Host, Bishop L.J. ...…
 
In this episode, we talk with Amir Talai, VP of Client Success at Adslot. Listen as Amir talks about growing up Persian in the United States, how he goes about building diverse teams, why meditation and mental health is important and much more.
 
Kansas Health Secretary Lee Norman tells host Jim McLean that extending Medicaid coverage to more low-income, able-bodied adults comes with good ROI. Nonetheless, the state House rejected a pension refinancing proposal that might pay for it. To keep getting these dispatches from the 2019 legislative session, subscribe to Statehouse Blend Kansas ...…
 
The Kansas House has rejected Gov. Laura Kelly's plan to refinance pension debt. But the new governor says that won't tank the state budget or doom her priorities, including Medicaid expansion. Should expansion come to be, it'll be Health Secretary Lee Norman's job to implement it, and he says it'll get good ROI.…
 
Every year, the "Icehotel" has to be built again from fresh snow and ice. It’s the oldest hotel of its kind in the world. Guests have been coming here since 1989 to spend a frosty night.
 
The Women on View exhibition at Chaussee 36 in Berlin explores the aesthetics of desire in advertising over the past 80 years or so. It features works by Peter Lindbergh, Helmut Newton, Herb Ritts and Ellen von Unwerth.
 
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