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As parents, we all want to teach our kids to be inclusive, but how? Join Jasmine Bradshaw each week as she gives you the tools and practical strategies that you need to talk to your children about race, religion, and culture. If you are a parent who values inclusion and wants to teach your children how to truly love those who are different from them, this podcast is for you!
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Even though around half of any population identify as introverts, this is one aspect of diversity and inclusion that is often overlooked. Every Thursday join flourishing introvert and TEDx speaker Joanna Rawbone MSc, as she explores the costly challenges that introverts face on a regular basis. With her typically pragmatic approach, Joanna’s show includes a mix of 10-minute topics, interviews with inspirational introverts and episodes on how to get the best from introverts. If you are an int ...
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How do we build an inclusive world? Hear intimate and in-depth conversations with changemakers on disability rights, youth mental health advocacy, prison reform, grassroots activism, and more. First-hand stories about activism, change, and courage from people who are changing the world: from how a teen mom became the Planned Parenthood CEO, to NBA player Kevin Love on mental health in professional sports, to Beetlejuice actress Geena Davis on Hollywood’s role in women’s rights. All About Cha ...
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Award-winning business advice from Silicon Valley and beyond. Iconic CEOs, from Nike to Netflix, Starbucks to Slack, share the strategies that helped them grow from startups into global brands — and to weather crisis when it strikes. Our two formats help tell the complete story of how a business grows, survives and thrives, and the mindsets of growth that keep leaders in the game. On each episode of our classic format, host Reid Hoffman — LinkedIn cofounder, Greylock partner and legendary Si ...
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The 1000 Voices podcast is your go-to source if you’re a Black Briton poised to make a difference but are stuck at the ’how.’ We dive deep into the life-altering journeys of Black British leaders who’ve ignited change. We unpack the tools they used, the barriers they shattered, and the ways you can do it too. Come for the stories, leave with a blueprint.
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A series of conversations between University of Pittsburgh students, faculty, and staff and Clyde Wilson Pickett, chief diversity officer and vice chancellor for equity, diversity, and inclusion at the University of Pittsburgh.
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Join Erin Sember-Chase and Toral Patel from the Department of Inclusion and Belonging as they dive into discussions on topics related to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. They will interview colleagues throughout Cornell who are working to build spaces of belonging for all Cornell employees and provide information on how you can begin building these spaces today.
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The Inclusive Networker is a podcast dedicated to helping small business owners, solopreneurs, and network marketers develop inclusive marketing and sales processes that help them authentically reach diverse audiences and subsequently grow large, diverse networks of customers, business partners, or team members.
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In our podcast, we explore topics at the intersection of equity, inclusion and community. We learn ways that communities are facing (or not) their realities of inequity and injustice. We will meet people who are changing their communities for the better and discover actions that we can each take to improve our own communities.
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Monthly podcasts about inclusion and diversity brought to you by Inclusive Employers. Join our hosts, broadcaster Stephanie Hirst and Inclusive Employers' Senior Consultants Steven Copsey and Ariel Chapman, as they meet various guests with fascinating stories of inclusion, diversity and belonging. This podcast is for everyone who has an interest in inclusion and diversity. Learn about key topics, best practice and how to take real action to make inclusion an everyday reality. Find out more a ...
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Brought to you by Inclusive Group, Inclusion Unlocked explores the most pressing equity, diversity and inclusion challenges in the world of work. We take a fresh look at the most effective ways to dismantle barriers standing in the way of inclusion and the everyday actions and behaviours that drive change. Through sharing lived experiences, delving into research and best practice and revealing practical tips, our guests will help you to unlock inclusion in your team or your organisation. We ...
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We are a pair of normal chicks who love to talk about true crime & the paranormal. Join us every week as we creep it real with our style of conversational storytelling. Each episode will have one story of true crime and one of the paranormal variety. Creep it real, and don't get scared!
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Disability rights is the next frontier in civil rights. We believe education is the key to building an inclusive society and ensuring that all students are given an equal opportunity. The Inclusive Education Project Podcast, hosted by Special Education and Civil Rights attorneys, Amanda Selogie and Vickie Brett, offers a fresh, smart perspective on what it takes to truly make our educational systems and communities inclusive. Tune in each week as Amanda and Vickie share insight on topics ran ...
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This podcast series highlights various diversity-related topics spanning entertainment, social, and news media. The podcasts, written and produced by teams of diverse media students, will educate our audience on the history of diversity in media and how it affects them individually and as a society. It will include personal statements, expert interviews, and research. We aim to bring attention to marginalized and minoritized groups and overlooked subjects to promote the spread of information ...
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Are you passionate about fostering diversity within your workforce? Tune in to our podcast as we explore the insights and expertise of renowned DEI specialists who have successfully implemented diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging initiatives within prominent organizations. Gain inspiration and practical guidance on how to effectively introduce DEI programs in your own workplace. Visit diverseek.com to discover more!
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Hello. I am Devon Wieters and welcome to Wheel with It. After witnessing the growing political divide in the United States. I wanted to do my part to heal it. On this show, we interview people from all walks of life in order to gain wisdom and perspective from their journeys! In this community, no matter who you are aware you come from, there's a place for you. Listen wherever you get your podcasts!
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This is Connected Nation – an award-winning podcast focused on all things broadband. From closing the Digital Divide to simply improving your internet speeds, we talk technology topics that impact all of us, our families, and our communities. Learn more about the national nonprofit behind this podcast at connectednation.org.
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Our podcast examines the pivotal role people play in creating inclusive workplaces that are built for the future. How does inclusion impact our well-being? Why is it a business imperative? Each episode weaves together storytelling and research-driven conversations with globally recognized authors, experts, and DEI practitioners. Each month, join host and MetLife’s VP and Global Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer Dr. Cindy Pace as she tackles actionable steps we can take to advance ...
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'Manu for Inclusion' is a podcast hosted by Juana Venegas. With personal experience of living in a neurodivergent household, Juana utilizes her insight to create a space that aims to educate and provide effective tools based on her encounters. This enlightening podcast aims to foster an environment of inclusivity, diversity, and understanding. Join Juana on her journey to spread awareness and knowledge about neurodiversity, and learn how we can all become better allies in bridging the gap in ...
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A weekly podcast delivering diverse insights and perspectives from global leaders in business, executive education and diversity & inclusion. Hosted by award-winning content creator, author, speaker, certified diversity executive and cofounder of The Diversity Movement, Jackie Ferguson. This show is proud to be a part of the Living Corporate network.
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Artbeat Radio is unique mix of content featuring the ideas, original music, thoughts, and creativity of adults with disabilities. ABR is produced and distributed by the artists of Able ARTS Work in the greater Los Angeles area. Please visit WWW.ABLEARTSWORK.ORG to learn more!
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No one who holds a minoritized identity wants people who don't who hold those identities to be the ones solely making decisions about how organisations and how society changes, how it's run and organised. In this show, I'll be having conversations with people who hold experiences of being minoritized. We'll be looking at stories about marginalisation, we're looking at issues about equity in the news, and exploring how your institution can and should respond.
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Are you ready to embark on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment? This conversation with Mary Sullivan sheds light on the path to her success and fulfillment. Mary's diverse background and curiosity led her to create "Sweet but Fearless", a platform dedicated to empowering women in the workforce. Through reflection, research, and rebuilding, …
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Every week, Sifted's Anisah Osman Britton and Steph Bailey interview founders, investors and operators about the best ways to build an inclusive, resilient and sustainable startup. In episode two, Steph interviews Dora Palfi, cofounder and CEO of imagi, a coding platform designed to help anyone code, Hannah Samano, founder and CEO at Unfabled, a co…
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In this episode, we delve into the details of a landmark settlement in California, where a $2 billion fund has been allocated to address the learning loss experienced by students during the COVID-19 pandemic. This historic agreement, known as the Kala J. settlement, aims not only to recoup the losses suffered by students but also to narrow the oppo…
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Ever wondered how many business cards you've handed out recently? For most, it's a fleeting exchange, a mere formality in the whirlwind of networking. But for Martine Bosch, founder of Ecofluent, each business card is a statement—an embodiment of sustainability, innovation, and the power of conscious consumption. In a world where disposable culture…
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Welcome to week two on the book of Philippians. What does it mean to be grounded in Christ's love? Paul explains that what it DOESN'T mean is listening to the self-righteous who tell you to be or do something in order to be saved. Paul says it's the circumcised heart, the heart that says I can't in my own strength but in Christ I can do all things.…
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Kevin Morosky is a multidisciplinary creative and film auteur. In 2018, he co-founded POCC (People of Culture Collective) - a Black British Business Awards-nominated creative network that champions Black and Brown voices in advertising. ✉️ Join Our Community and sign up to our newsletter here: https://1000voicesuk.beehiiv.com/subscribe 😃 Support us…
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What pops into your head when you hear the word negotiation? What if we thought of compassion, empathy, and emotional intelligence? By the end of this episode (or master class if you will) you’ll have a completely new definition of the word negotiation thanks to Hannah Riley Bowles from the Harvard Kennedy School. At Metlife, we are committed to di…
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Bobby Farrelly’s movies are well-known for their comedy - Dumb and Dumber, There’s Something About Mary, and, most recently, Champions. They’re also well-known for something else - featuring actors with disabilities in prominent roles. For Bobby, this isn’t activism. It’s making sure the world he creates on-screen looks like the one he lives off-sc…
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In this episode, Brendan Aylward, founder of AdaptX and owner of the inclusive fitness center, Unified Health and Performance, discusses his passion for creating inclusive fitness environments. Within AdaptX, the mission is to provide resources and education to fitness professionals so they can better support their clients with disabilities. During…
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Time Artist Title Duration Album Year Composer Label Listeners 0:00:00 Lux Terminus Electrocommunion 5:05 The Courage to Be 2018 47 0:00:20 Mars Hollow Midnight 5:00 Mars Hollow 2010 Mars Hollow 10T Records 47 0:05:19 Touchstone Discordant Dreams 5:52 Discordant Dreams 2008 Heavy Right Foot 48 0:13:50 Kyros Showtime 4:10 Mannequin 2024 White Star R…
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Joining us for this incredible season 2 finale from the fringe of America is Patty from Canadia, and we are so excited to be talking about this episode with her! We, of course (and by we, we mean Patty), tackle some of the science in this episode and whether or not it all makes sense. We also talk about our favorite moments from this finale and how…
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Ron Idoko (A&S ’05, GSPIA ’07) serves as director of the office of social innovation in honors education in the Frederick Honors College, associate director of the Center on Race & Social Problems, and founding director of the Racial Equity Consciousness Institute. He recently was presented with the University’s 2024 Martin Luther King Jr. Creating…
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From the remnants of a war-torn Lebanon to the zenith of entrepreneurship, Tony Jamous shares the odyssey that led him to champion the remote work revolution with Oyster, a beacon for global job democratization. His tale is one of triumph over personal and professional battles, a testament to the resilience that forges not just successful business …
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About the Guest(s): Lauren Rivera is an esteemed scholar with a focus on discrimination, specifically hiring discrimination, and the complex interplay between social class, gender, and race in social structures. Specializing in sociology, Rivera's professional expertise extends to studying how various forms of discrimination manifest within societa…
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Striving for Fairness: Navigating Inequities in Business Join Joanne Lockwood and her guest Pamela Permalloo Bass in a thought-provoking conversation about fairness, equity, and the challenges of striving for inclusivity in businesses and organisations, with references to Rutger Bregman's influential works Welcome to another thought-provoking episo…
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Linda Kay Klein on the Hidden Side of Purity CultureIn this episode, we are joined by Linda Kay Klein, a purity culture recovery coach, to talk about the Hidden Side of Purity CultureTimestamps:00:00 Introduction to the Episode01:25 Podcast Introduction and Guest Introduction01:58 The Intersection of Purity Culture and Ableism02:35 The Purity Cultu…
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In the latest episode of Inclusion Unlocked, Sasha is joined by Sharon Peake, the award-winning founder and CEO of Shape Talent. In a wide reaching conversation, we learn about how Sharon's psychology and talent management background have influenced the way she works with organisations and leaders to drive authentic change. From navigating the comp…
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According to Carl Cornell’s (he/they) surname, one would think he was destined for the university. However, Carl’s path to Cornell was anything but traditional. In this episode, Erin and Carl dive into his journey and how he’s navigated his personal and professional lives with a unique intersection of identities. Now, as the assistant director of u…
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In this episode of "Manu for Inclusion," host Juana welcomes special guest Jessalyn Burden, the inspiring founder of Inspired Tutors LLC. Jessalyn's dedication lies in working with children from kindergarten through sixth grade, driven by the observation of countless students being left behind due to a lack of resources. Tune in as Jessalyn opens u…
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In this podcast episode, Addison Barnett, Director of Impact at Inclusive Employers and Maddie Wolloton-Banks, Director of Business Consulting at Grant Thornton, explore the dynamic shift in inclusion and diversity strategies over the past five years! In this insightful conversation, they delve into businesses' transformative journey, from acknowle…
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In this episode, we take a moment to reflect on the State of Inclusion Podcast for 2023 and look ahead to 2024. While DEI may be under assault on many fronts, I'll share why I remain optimistic about this work of equity and inclusion. We'll also listen to and reflect on a few pearls of wisdom from our 2023 interviews. See full transcript HERE.…
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