Best Geechee podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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"Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio" is the Blog Tak Show hosted by Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation on behalf of the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition. Cum fa yeddi bout who wi da and cunneck wid de riddim ob de sea wid wi Gullah/Geechee! Disya da we show-Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio! Become a fan:
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Showcase, from PRX’s Radiotopia, features original podcast series of all stripes, from emerging and leading producers around the world.
How is global warming shaping our lives? And what can we do about it? We connect the dots, from fossil fuels to extreme weather, clean energy to public health, and more. Join Dr. Anthony Leiserowitz of Yale University for a daily 90-second podcast about climate change, where we confront reality and share inspiring stories of hope.
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They can put the money they save into caring for patients. Learn more at
“What we’re trying to do is create the real, visceral experience.” Learn more at
“It’s a people’s victory.” Learn more at
As seas rise, wealthy people and developers are moving in. Learn more at
“We see increased cases of asthma, other respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease.” Learn more at
But they’re in danger. Learn more at
Extreme weather is increasing the financial risks of farming. Learn more at
Dominika Parry developed a new curriculum for middle-school students. Learn more at
A tree sapling is delivered right to the door. Learn more at
The bank is also increasing financing for renewables and energy efficiency. Learn more at
“We care about our kids way more than we care about polar bears.” Learn more at
The authors say coal is a bigger threat. Learn more at
He took a big risk. Learn more at
The most important relationship that you’ll have is the one you have with yourself! Everywhere you go there you are. You can experience faithful, committed, and free union with You! The frequently asked question, “How do I know...” is addressed in this episode and you’re going to be blown away by the answers! Become a supporter of this podcast: ...…
Founder Natalie Isaacs had a literal lightbulb moment. Learn more at
Storms and rising seas threaten 5,000-year-old archaeological sites. Learn more at
Chris Boggiano says climate change is a national security threat. Learn more at
Linda Escalante is linking lawmakers to people on the front lines of environmental problems. Learn more at
Big salamanders usually control a stream’s best real estate. Warmer water could shift this underwater power dynamic. Learn more at
Visitors to New York’s Whitney Museum can see it until April 14, 2019. Learn more at
The mayor’s climate advisor hopes that other cities will do the same. Learn more at
“Let’s all go to- Gullah Gullah Island!” Depending upon how old you are, some of us heard that intro song to the 90s Nickelodeon tv show: Gullah Gullah Island and wondered what it was like to live on Gullah Islands. Join us as Seer, Medium and Hoodoo Rootworker, Rho Opulence shares about her upbringing in the Gullah culture, her experience as a ...…
It’s already sold more than a billion gallons in the U.S. Learn more at
A new U.S. Green Building Council certification gives bragging rights to people who own them. Learn more at
The plants can absorb excess rain and air pollution. Learn more at
Some planes now have a speedier route to the gate. Learn more at
Heat stress and rising seas could harm fish, crabs, and shrimp. Learn more at
They’ve committed to reducing energy use, water use, and transportation emissions by 50 percent by 2030. Learn more at
Flowers and tadpoles just don’t seem right for December in Illinois. Learn more at
It may be the one you already have. Learn more at
New rules will help three overburdened Los Angeles neighborhoods. Learn more at
“If you can do it, do it.” Learn more at
He and other New York City residents can earn money for reporting vehicles that violate anti-idling laws. Learn more at
Free shipping has a cost. Learn more at
They’ve saved seeds that could help them grow food under extreme conditions. Learn more at
“Mothers can solve problems, and that’s what we really need right now.” Learn more at
The Stoop talks to interracial couples having difficult conversations around race, love and identity at a time when racial tensions are high. And when there’s kids in the mix, these conversations can be even harder. We also hear from Professor Shantel Buggs—author of the study “Dating in the Time of #BlackLivesMatter”—who shares her findings fr ...…
“No scientific controversy exists.” Learn more at
So it’s important to store as much there as possible. Learn more at
Mayor Serge Dedina wants the companies to pay the costs of moving schools and roads to higher ground. Learn more at
He says the Festival of Lights is a good opportunity to work for clean energy. Learn more at
She says Latino communities are disproportionately harmed by pollution. Learn more at
It’s called “the nod,” that silent acknowledgement of solidarity that especially happens when Black folk see one another in spaces where they are “the onlys.” In this episode, The Stoop hits the streets with black radio producers to give the nod and report back from New York, Seattle, and North Carolina. This mini-series of The Stoop is produce ...…
Keep good company and always have good intentions! Sounds like a wonderful recipe for a creating a good life, right?! What happens when that message is translated through fashion and home decor products? You get Go(o)d Co.- a new boutique in OTR Cincinnati that is intentional about spreading positive vibes and reminding people of the goodness o ...…
The community learned valuable lessons as it recovered from Hurricane Katrina. Learn more at
Here’s what researchers discovered when they watched videos during the past four decades. Learn more at
Two programs make solar more affordable for state residents. Learn more at
Scientists can measure how much of the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is caused by us. Learn more at
Polls suggest the problem is a huge concern among Latinos. Learn more at
Lean in for this one, as The Stoop heads to the lowcountry of South Carolina to celebrate the language and culture of the Gullah Geechee, a people rooted in a mix of African cultures. Meet Gullah royalty Queen Quet, unwavering defender of Gullah Geechee culture, and Professor Sunn m'Cheaux, who found himself teaching a language he’d often been ...…
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