Best Humanrights podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Bad Hombre
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Enrique Morones returns to the air with "Bad Hombre", a weekly podcast recorded at the Voice of San Diego studios. Enrique is executive director and founder of Border Angels, a human rights organization founded in 1986. Join Enrique "Bad Hombre" Morones and special guests every Monday at High Noon.
 
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The Rights Track
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The Rights Track podcast gets the hard facts about the human rights challenges facing the world today and aims to get our thinking about human rights on the right track. The podcast is hosted by Professor Todd Landman, a human rights scholar and champion for the advancement of human rights understanding. In our latest series, we take our podcast on the road to capture the voices, experiences and knowledge of people around the world who are part of the global coalition to end Modern Slavery b ...
 
Explorer, designer, humanist at heart. 🏳️‍🌈 Advocate #humanrights #mlearning #CS
 
This is really just me sitting in a room talking into a microphone every two weeks or so. The subject is Latin America, the region I've worked on for more than 20 years: its challenges—especially security and human rights challenges—and the United States' complicated relationship with it. This podcast accompanies my personal blog, and doesn't reflect the views of my employer, whose much better podcast is at https://www.wola.org/format/podcast/.
 
Put People First! Radio tells the untold stories of everyday Vermonters, and reports on their struggles to organize for a government that puts people and the planet first. Put People First! Radio is a project of the Vermont Workers' Center. For more info, go to www.workerscenter.org/media/radio
 
For more information about WSLR radio please go to www.wslr.orgYou can also listen to Truly Sustainable Sarasota live every Thursday from 9am - 10am EST at 96.5fm and online at http://www.wslr.org/html/livebroadcast/live.htm
 
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Listen to our Bad Hombre Podcast special guest Terra Lawson -Remer .
 
Listen to Special Guest Meaghan Coogan as she continues to share her experience as the Volunteer Coordinator with Border Angels and her educational journey.
 
Listen to our special guest Meaghan Coogan as she shares her experience as the Border Angels Volunteer Coordinator.
 
Listen to Special Guest Dulce Aguirre as she talks about her experience as the general manager.
 
Listen to our special guest Peggy Peattie on our Bad Hombre Podcast as she talks about her involvement and experience as a board member, photo journalist and volunteer with Border Angels.
 
In Episode 3 of Series 4 Dr Patricia Hynes from the University of Bedfiordshire and Patrick Burland, Senior Project Officer for Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery for the UN Migration Agency (IOM) discuss their research which looks to improve understanding of the causes, determinants and ‘vulnerabilities’ to human trafficking as well as the s ...…
 
Join our Border Angels special guest Heidi Blue as she talks about our Give me shelter program.
 
This group of kid coders are pair programming with Minecraft games and sharing how to do it with examples. Learning how to code and how to do it step-by-step.
 
Students are sharing a computer for a pair programming activity. They work together with their friends to problems step-by-step.
 
Students share what they’re learning in Comp Sci & Engineering.
 
First graders at Browning describe their experience using clues to help solve problems with maps.
 
Listen to our Border Angels special guest Manuel del toro at our podcast.
 
Banksy secret identity revealed. He’s actually a third grader named Blake at Browning.
 
Listen to our Border Angels Special guest Matt Wagner.
 
Listen to our Special guest Kierra Peterson as she join our Bad Hombre Podcast to discuss her experience as the Border Angels Chapter Coordinator.
 
Border Angels Bad Hombre podcast Luis Aragon Part 2.
 
Listen to our Bad Hombre Special guest Luis Aragon
 
Listen to Special Guest Enrique Morones
 
Special Guest Irma Patricia
 
Listen to our Bad Hombre Podcast Part 2 with Leticia Guzman.
 
In Episode 2 of Series 4 of The Rights Track, Todd talks to Dan Vexler, Director of Programs at The Freedom Fund and asks the question “How do you fight slavery on the ground?” In an interview recorded on International Anti-Slavery Day We also hear from David Westlake and Steve Webster of The International Justice Missionabout their approach to ...…
 
Listen to our latest Episode of Bad Hombre with our special guest Leticia Guzman.
 
Listen to our special guest Marcela Celorio Consul General de Mexico en San Diego
 
Listen to our special guest Maya Srikrishnan .
 
In Episode 1 of Series 4 of The Rights Track, Todd is in the United States, where he interviews leading slavery experts Professor David Blight from Yale University and Professor John Stauffer from Harvard University about lessons from history that are applicable in today's fight to end modern slavery. He starts by talking to David Blight about ...…
 
Listen to Border Angels Bad Hombre Podcast Special Guest Todd Gloria.
 
Listen to our Bad Hombre special guest Landon Donovan "Special Election Podcast"
 
Listen to our special guest Scott Peters Part 2 .
 
Border Angels weekly podcast bringing you interviews with Enrique Morones and special guests. Today you will learn about Congressman Scott Peters and the importance of voting in this year's elections.
 
Border Angels' Enrique Morones talks with Voice of San Diego's Kinsee Morlan about border arts and more.
 
Show 45: Max Branscomb Ph.D, Professor of Journalism, advisor of, Southwestern Sun Newspaper and El Sol Magazine at Southwestern College in Chula Vista, California returns for part 2 of his inspiring story. This is the final Bad Hombre Episode produced by DaveyBoy Productions. For info on more Bad Hombre go to www.borderangels.org or info@borde ...…
 
Show 44: Professor Max Branscomb Ph.D., professor of journalism at Southwestern College in Chula Vista, Califorina is in studio with Enrique and Dave today. He shares how his annual Christmas play, La Pastorela came to be. He also shares his experience as the adviser of the award winning newspaper, The Southwestern Sun, as well as El Sol magazi ...…
 
Show 43: San Diego City Councilmember David Alvarez continues his talk with Enrique about city issues. David also talks about what a life in politics is like as well as what he has planed for his life after politics.
 
Show 42: David Alvarez is a true son, brother and father of San Diego. Born & raised in Barrio Logan, an SDSU graduate with a degree in psychology, David never imagined he would get into politics, become a City Counsilmen representing district 8 and run for Mayor of San Diego. Family is priority with David Alvarez. Hear about his Journey and st ...…
 
Show 41: David Favela, co founder/owner of Border X Brewery joins the show to talk reading lessons, family over corporate careers, Border X's original, current and future location. Find out how Barrio Logan's secret tasting room became one of San Diego's favorite breweries.
 
Show 40: Part 2- Nathan Fletcher has served two terms in the California State Assembly, served his country as a U.S. Marine, run for Mayor of San Diego, authored Chelsea's Law and has worked with California Governor Jerry Brown to help bring deported U.S. Veterans home to the United States. Today, he continues to share more about all this and h ...…
 
Show 39: Nathan Fletcher has served two terms in the California State Assembly, served his country as a U.S. Marine, run for Mayor of San Diego, authored Chelsea's Law and has worked with California Governor Jerry Brown to help bring deported U.S. Veterans home to the United States. Today, he shares more about all this and his campaign for San ...…
 
Show 38: Originally from San Clemente, Banana Slug, Ethan Van Thillo got his start in organizing film festivals at UC Santa Cruz. He later went on to start the Latino Film Festival in San Diego which is in its 25th year. He also founded the Digital Gym in North Park which is in its 5th year in operation. Find out more on today's episode of Bad ...…
 
Show 37: Jamie Gates is a minister and professor at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, Ca. He grew up in Apartheid South Africa where he learned a lot about social issues, segregation, injustice and human rights. He is also an expert on human, sex and labor trafficking. Find out more about his work in this episode of Bad Hombre with E ...…
 
Show 36: Part 2 of 2 with former Congressman and San Diego Mayor, Bob Filner. Bob shares valuable knowledge gained from his grass roots days of the Civil Rights Movement in the 60's. He learned, marched and was arrested with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Mr. Filner shares his knowledge of organizing and re-organizing to be heard. "It's time to cha ...…
 
Show 35: Former Mayor of San Diego and Congressman, Bob Filner joins the show and chats with Enrique about what he's up to these days. They also talk about organizing being heard and active under today's administration. Part 1 of 2 episodes
 
In Episode 8, guest host Zoe Trodd, Director of The Rights Lab at the University of Nottingham interviews regular Rights Track host Todd Landman about taking a human rights approach to researching and tackling modern slavery. They reflect together on why this is important to their programme of research aiming to end modern slavery and on the im ...…
 
Show 34: Osvaldo Ruiz heads up the Day Labor Outreach program at Border Angels. He is also responsible for expanding the program to other counties and states. Find out just what a Day Laborer is, what they do and how they are treated as well as what they need. Osvaldo also shares his continuing efforts in building a shelter in Tijuana with othe ...…
 
Show 33: The Border Angels Interns Series continues with Sonia Moran from High Tech High School. She shares what it's like to be a High Tech Student and what her Aspirations and Inspirations are. Sonia tell us what its like to be a Border Angels Intern and how you can get involved as well.
 
Show 32: Border Angels Intern and UC Santa Cruz Graduate Student, Stephanie Padilla joins the show. Stephanie shares her journey as a student on the road to becoming a P.h.D., as well as an educator and human rights activist. She is also preparing to launch Border Angels Summer Movie Nights at Sherman Heights Community Center…
 
Show 31: Sandra Sanchez is a Border Angels Intern from Berea, Kentucky where she attends Berea College. She is currently working on a double major in education and sociology. Originally born in Guanajuato, Mexico, Sandra lived in Tennessee for 18 years. She decided to come to Southern California to get more in touch with her roots. In this epis ...…
 
Show 30: Join Enrique and Jack, Brad, Allison and Carter from The San Diego Jesuit Volunteer Corps from Our Lady of Guadalupe Perish. They share their background and work with the homeless community, victims of the Hepatitis A outbreak and their memorial service. Also, the upcoming event, Solidarity on Tap. For more info go to www.jesuits.org o ...…
 
In Episode 7 we talk about the perpetrators of slavery with Austin Choi - Fitzpatrick, author of What Slave Holders Think - How Contemporary perpetrators rationalise what they do. 00.00 - 06.06 Discussion of what drew Austin to research the perpetrators of slavery: not enough known about them and their relationship with the people they hold in ...…
 
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