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Homeless in San Diego

Interfaith Community Services

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Homeless in San Diego: Real People, Real Stories, is a podcast created by Interfaith Community Services, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization located in North San Diego County. Hosted by Greg Anglea, CEO of Interfaith Community Services, each episode features a local professional's perspective on the issue of homelessness, as well as shares the real story of an individual or family who has experienced homelessness in San Diego.
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A Podcast by OurCalling—the goal is to be a learner. What can we learn about serving those experiencing homelessness? Even though we have years of experience, can we step back, take a fresh look, and rethink everything we know? OurCalling is a Christian nonprofit (501 c3) serving the homeless community throughout Dallas County in Texas. Our team helps people get to know Jesus and get off the streets every day. Last year, we helped individuals exit homelessness over 1,300 times. We have a fac ...
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Welcome to 'Homelessness Chronicles,' the podcast where we shine a light on the efforts to support homeless individuals in South Florida. Join us as we discuss the impactful work of our organization, Showering love. We'll share inspiring stories of progress in our cities, and highlight the dedicated individuals and organizations making a difference in the lives of those experiencing homelessness. Tune in for insightful interviews, updates on initiatives, and ways to raise awareness about thi ...
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Upaya Zen Center's Dharma Podcast

Joan Halifax | Zen Buddhist Teacher Upaya Abbot

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The Upaya Dharma Podcast features Wednesday evening Dharma Talks and recordings from Upaya’s diverse array of programs. Our podcasts exemplify Upaya’s focus on socially engaged Buddhism, including prison work, end-of-life care, serving the homeless, training in socially engaged practices, peace & nonviolence, compassionate care training, and delivering healthcare in the Himalayas.
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On Ask Dr. Drew, no question is too extreme or embarrassing because the Dr. has heard it all. For over 30 years, Dr. Drew Pinsky has taken calls from all corners of the globe, answering thousands of questions from teens and young adults. To millions, he is a beacon of truth, integrity, fairness, and common sense. Now, after decades of hosting Loveline and multiple hit TV shows – including Celebrity Rehab, Teen Mom OG, Lifechangers, and more – Dr. Drew is opening his phone lines to the world ...
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Critical and timely topics focused on equity, homelessness, substance use, mental health, and trauma. Our hosts interview health and human service experts, researchers, and advocates. Conversations explore how we can adapt our systems to the rapidly changing landscape of social services. For more information visit c4innovates.com.
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Too progressive to be conservative; too conservative to be liberal. Politically homeless Christians tackling LGBTQ+, Gun Control, Racism, Universal Basic Income, Abortion, Grief, Politics, Social Media, and more . . . with nuance and respect . . . taking God seriously, and ourselves lightly.
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Today, Explained is Vox's daily news explainer podcast. Hosts Sean Rameswaram and Noel King will guide you through the most important stories of the day. Part of the Vox Media Podcast Network.
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Helen and Olga are kindly old ladies who open their hearts and wallets to down-and-out men in Los Angeles. In a city named for angels, the two women seem heaven-sent. After one of the men is killed by a hit-and-run driver -- and then another suffers the same fate -- investigators uncover a horrifying and twisted plot that stuns even the most seasoned detectives. Listen to all episodes of The Thing About Helen & Olga now completely free, or subscribe to Dateline Premium to listen ad-free: Dat ...
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A discipleship focused podcast hosted by Chris Nafis, Pastor of Living Water Church in San Diego's East Village. In this initial season, we will be working through the book of Acts, discussing the way that it calls us to engage the world, our neighbor, and ourselves as a faithful people in a turbulent context.
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Gospel Con Carne

Mobile Loaves & Fishes

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The ‘Gospel Con Carne’ is a gritty journey of Tex-Mex theology that explores the woundedness of society through untold stories of homelessness. Our host, Alan Graham, is the founder and CEO of Austin, TX-based Mobile Loaves and Fishes – a social outreach ministry that has been empowering communities into a lifestyle of service with the homeless for more than two decades. Alan also is the lead visionary behind the innovative Community First! Village – the country’s only master-planned communi ...
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Dedicated to providing Alternative News and Unbiased Reporting for those tired of the mainstream media. Our Real Stories, Live Coverage, and Pressing News cover topics from social unrest to true crime. We feature Documentary Pieces and In-Depth Interviews that the media avoids, embracing Citizen Journalism and highlighting under-reported events. Tune in to our channel for daily updates on the most pressing news, and become a part of our growing community that values truth and transparency. D ...
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The Brew Inn Podcast

Brought to you by The Certified Lumpia Boyz @brewpac.shakur @art.makes.media @thef1g

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Creating Community Connections Through Casual Conversations. Support us on Instagram at @thebrewinnpodcast 🛍️ Support the Merch at TheBrewInnShop.com 📧 Email us at thebrewinnpod@gmail.com
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“Stories From Skid Row” gives listeners an opportunity to hear first-hand testimonies from those who are experiencing homelessness, as well as staff and friends of Union Rescue Mission. These episodes provide a glimpse into the issues surrounding homelessness and the work being done to combat this epidemic in Los Angeles.
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From homeless, high school drop out to Entrepreneur, C.E.O. and Ph.D.! Hear first hand how Eric was able to defy the odds, and single-handedly break the negative generational cycles that plagued his family for decades. Join the conversation with ET and co-host Carlas Quinney Jr. and learn how you too can create the life you deserve.
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The Synergee Podcast

Kelly Engelmann and Lori Esarey

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Stress, default patterns and addiction , regardless of race, education or socio economic status , we all have patterns we fall into when we are stressed. How to identify the stress, understand the pattern and change your default. From college grad to homeless, addicted and losing everything to a life now of helping others, his story will certainly inspire you.
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On the Way Home is a podcast that brings together the voices and issues involved in ending homelessness in Canada. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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"Stories From Skid Row" gives listeners an opportunity to hear first-hand testimonies from those who are experiencing homelessness, as well as staff and friends of Union Rescue Mission. These episodes provide a glimpse into the issues surrounding homelessness and the work being done to combat this serious problem in Los Angeles.
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More than 30,000 children and youth experience homelessness in Pennsylvania, posing a significant barrier to succeed in school. In partnership with Pennsylvania Education for Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness (ECYEH), join Center for Schools and Communities staff Melissa Turnpaugh and Matthew Butensky as they interview state and national experts, homeless liaisons, service providers, and those experiencing homelessness. These conversations will dive deeper into resources, partners ...
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Youth Voice Amplified

Kern County Superintendent of Schools Office

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Join hosts Gennessa Fisher and Brian Johnson for this youth-led and youth-focused monthly interview series as they talk with young people about their life experiences with homelessness, foster care, disabilities, teen parenting, and more. Each conversation will uncover stories of hope and strength from youth storytellers who will share the best ways we can support youth in similar situations. If you want to know how to do better for youth or simply be inspired, this is your show! Every youth ...
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Welcome to Voices of the Community, we strive to amplify solutions facing where we live through featuring residents like you, along with change makers, and thought leaders to support our fellow residents and people visiting or working in our area. “Our goal is to feature the unheard comments and stories from communities across our region in hopes to create dialogues to address our common problems and support the change of the status quo.” - George Koster, Creator/Host
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Join Love In Action International Ministries President/Pastor Ken Tuck for uplifting, encouraging, and challenging podcasts. Ken teaches the Word of God, shares uplifting stories of how lives of the homeless have been transformed by Jesus Christ, and of reaching unreached people groups around the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Ken also teaches and discusses the Great Commission and being a Great Commission Christian.
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If you care about making an impact for good then the Do Gooders Podcast from The Salvation Army’s Caring Magazine is the show for you. Hosted by Editor-in-Chief Christin Thieme, listen in for real-life inspiration, expert insight, evidence of transformation happening in communities across the U.S. through The Salvation Army, and ideas from change-makers so you can join in right where you are and be the reason somebody believes in goodness.
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Comedian Felipe Esparza talks with random people he finds interesting. It might be somebody kind of famous or it might be that homeless guy at the end of your street who you walk past every day without saying hello. Everyone has a story to tell about how they got where they are, no matter who they are.
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With Arms Wide Open

St. Vincent de Paul Louisville

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Join us for St. Vincent de Paul Louisville’s monthly Podcast, “With Arms Wide Open.” This podcast will share stories of people and programs in the Louisville community. Our podcast strives to shine the light on people and services that are of value to our Louisville family.
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Sisters2Sisters We are a Woman Ministry Outreach helping women from all walks of life. We help homeless women find shelter here in Eunice Louisiana. This Podcast was created to give us free space in our minds. We can share our innermost feelings that holds us bonded leaving us wounded and hurt. Join us free yourself through speaking out releasing pain to Women who has walked in our SHOES Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bobbie-brown0/support
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This week, podcast regular Nick Falvo joins us along with Mel and Julie from CHRA and Emily from A Way Home Canada, to talk about a recent study tour that took a group of Canadians to London, England to learn about some of the amazing work they are doing to create affordable housing and end homelessness. We talk about what they learned, surprises a…
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Just before 10 one recent morning, an LA neighborhood was rocked by loud explosions that residents say sounded like bombs going off. "There were two huge explosions, and when I looked out my apartment window I saw plumes of black smoke," said Jeanne Rice, who lives around the corner from a homeless encampment at Wilton Avenue and Hollywood Boulevar…
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The Supreme Court has weighed in on homelessness for the first time in decades. The Economist's Steven Mazie tells us what the decision means, and Vox's Rachel Cohen has some ideas for tackling the problem. This show was produced by Hady Mawajdeh, edited by Miranda Kennedy, fact checked by Amanda Lewellyn and Laura Bullard, engineered by Patrick Bo…
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In this episode, Pastor Wayne Walker, CEO of OurCalling, interviews Lee Jaggers, who shares his journey and insights on the complex emotional and spiritual challenges faced by those in ministry. Lee highlights the importance of counseling for ministry leaders, who often neglect their mental health to maintain an appearance of strength and spiritual…
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John shares his personal experience of homelessness, the challenges he faced, and the support he received from The Ferry Project. He discusses the impact of rural homelessness and the unique approach of The Ferry Project in providing hope and transformation. John's journey from homelessness to becoming a staff member at The Ferry Project is a testa…
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Walter Harris and Emma Grimm join us to shed light on their poignant journeys through homelessness. Through bouts with the juvenile justice system, foster care, and relentless searches for stable housing, their stories are powerful testimonies of how these experiences fueled their passion for youth homelessness advocacy, restorative justice and men…
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Tune in to Interfaith’s Homeless in San Diego podcast as we feature local artist Mike Smack. Mike joins us to speak about his inspiring journey and the beautiful mural he created in our Escondido shelter. Inspired by conversations with detox clients, he incorporated serene clouds and even added a citrus design after seeing fresh oranges and lemons …
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Jeanne chats with Buddy Walck, executive director of #morningdaycommunitysolutions about their amazing mission providing South Florida charities with new and like-new household goods, hygiene products, mattresses, furniture, and more for a fraction of the retail price. Showering Love has done business with them for many years and has seen how they …
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The city of Seattle is offering a six-figure salary for a Tree Equity Initiative Manager. If you show a bias towards a cedar tree over a spruce, your arborism isn’t welcome and this job isn’t for you. The position earns up to $60.83 an hour and allows activists to undo environmental injustices disproportionately impacting “communities of color.” We…
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Dave Rubin the host of The Rubin Report, and the author of “Don’t Burn This Book: Thinking for Yourself in an Age of Unreason”. In an effort to combat big tech censorship, Rubin founded Locals.com, a subscription based digital platform that empowers creators to be independent by giving them control over their content and data. Follow Dave at https:…
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"At the structural level, we don’t make decisions based on evidence. If we did, we would have universal healthcare and basic income. The arts can be part of this shift” - Tasha Golden Join Nefesha Yisra’el from California for the Arts as she introduces our second episode, featuring a powerful panel discussion on the intersection of arts and health.…
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The complex consisting of the Hilton San Francisco Union Square and Parc 55 hotels has seen its value drop by $1 billion, the San Francisco Business Times reported Monday, citing a note from real estate data firm Trepp. Additionally, a Moody’s Ratings report obtained by Hotel Dive was not kind, downgrading the complex’s bond classes “as a result of…
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When did rock n’ roll stop fighting the power and become vaccine salespeople? Five Times August is the solo act of singer / songwriter Brad Skistimas. In early 2021, Five Times August began releasing a series of protest songs taking aim at Covid-era regulations, reaching #1 on several Amazon and Apple Music charts. Skistimas was the first completel…
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Long live the song of the summer. But wait! Switched on Pop’s Charlie Harding disagrees. And Rolling Stone’s Brittany Spanos says maybe it never existed at all. This episode was produced by Amanda Lewellyn, edited by Amina Al-Sadi, fact-checked by Laura Bullard, engineered by Patrick Boyd and Andrea Kristinsdottir, and hosted by Sean Rameswaram. Tr…
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Last week, Pritzker’s office hailed the creation of the pair of new shelters paid for by the Illinois taxpayers and made possible by deals with the “nonprofit sector.” “I’m thankful to our partners and the contributions across City, State, County, and nonprofit sectors. These additional shelters provide meaningful support to families seeking stabil…
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The City of Chicago is effectively barring protestors from the Democratic National Convention (DNC) by denying and delaying permits. Despite allowing Black Lives Matter and Antifa protests without permits during the 2020 lockdown, Chicago now refuses permits for groups wanting to demonstrate at the DNC. The Department of Transportation has only rec…
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Welcome to The Synergee Podcast, hosted by wellness experts Kelly Engelmann and Lori Esarey, who each have 15+ years of experience in the functional medicine space. In this episode, we dive deep into the world of fasting, including intermittent fasting and time-restricted eating. Learn how these powerful practices can boost your health, aid in weig…
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In this empowering episode, the crew delves into their transformative experiences, taking you on a journey from the awe-inspiring pyramids to the profound wisdom of Egyptian culture. Explore how the ancient Egyptians mastered the art of vision, building legacies that have stood the test of time for millennia. Gain insights into how these timeless p…
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No guest today. We'll get back to the guests now that we're up and running in the new studio. Enjoy! TODAY'S EPISODE SPONSORED BY: ASPCA Pet Health Insurance - To explore coverage, visit ASPCApetinsurance.com/FOOL This is a Paid Advertisement. Insurance is underwritten by either Independence American Insurance Company or United States Fire Insuranc…
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Donald Trump is trying to distance himself from it. Joe Biden wants you to Google it. Semafor’s Shelby Talcott explains what’s going on with the conservative plan for a second Trump presidency. This episode was produced by Avishay Artsy, edited by Matt Collette, fact-checked by Laura Bullard, engineered by David Herman, and hosted by Noel King and …
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Seattle has become a hot spot for the theft of electric vehicle (EV) charging cords, which are rich in copper. Charging provider Electrify America reported that a single station in Georgetown had more than 50 cables stolen over the past couple years. In that same amount of time, a different station in University Village criminals nabbed more than 2…
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Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson said he plans to address public safety issues by investing in people. Speaking at a public forum in the Little Village neighborhood, the mayor blamed Chicago’s violence on disinvestment by previous administrations. “My vision for safety in Chicago is that every single neighborhood has safe spaces, and that we are fully…
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The Supreme Court just fundamentally changed how the federal government works. Vox’s Ian Millhiser explains. This episode was produced by Victoria Chamberlin, edited by Amina Al-Sadi, fact-checked by Laura Bullard, engineered by Andrea Kristinsdottir and Patrick Boyd, and hosted by Sean Rameswaram. Transcript at vox.com/today-explained-podcast Supp…
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We’re back with more highlights from the 2024 Testify Congress. Last month, in Pasadena, California, The Salvation Army from around the Western Territory joined for an event focused on teaching, training and motivating Salvationists to tell the story of Jesus more often and to more people. And the sessions featured, you guessed it, testimonies from…
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Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell announced Wednesday the city will be hiring 18 additional behavioral health responders after securing nearly $2 million in federal funding. The new responders will be part of the Community Assisted Response Engagement (CARE) department, which started in October. CARE was implemented to “diversify emergency response, help…
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They say where there’s smoke there’s fire, which is why more than a dozen firefighters in south suburban Dolton are going public with their concerns about the controversies smoldering at village hall. On Monday, those firefighters confronted Dolton Mayor Tiffany Henyard at a village board meeting, demanding to know where their money is. "I’m here t…
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Today's episode is about how we approach Acts (and scripture more generally) in terms of perspective. Which characters do we identify with, and what difference does it make? Where do we find ourselves in the book of Acts? Join us today and each week as we continue learning to read the text deeply and well, inviting the Holy Spirit to call us forwar…
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Prosecutors ain’t nothing but tired of New Jersey’s political corruption. WNYC’s Nancy Solomon, host of the Dead End podcast, explains the cases against Sen. Robert Menendez and power broker George Norcross. This episode was produced by Peter Balonon-Rosen and Hady Mawajdeh, edited by Matt Collette, fact-checked by Laura Bullard, engineered by Patr…
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Send us a Text Message. In this special guest episode we have Bo Bagtas helping us ring in our One Year Pod Anniversary in Joshua Tree. We packed up our gear invited a couple of our good friends and headed to the desert to celebrate our one year of podcasting. We talked about Bo's journey to become a psych nurse, being a BMW enthusiast, how he earn…
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A major farm supply retailer said it will eliminate DEI roles, end its carbon emissions goals and cut ties to an LGBTQ advocacy group following a social media campaign calling for the firm to revoke its “woke” policies. Tennessee-based Tractor Supply — an 85-year-old company with 2,250 stores — made the decision after conservative commentator Robby…
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