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Best Mila Sanina podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Mila Sanina podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The coronavirus has changed us, no matter what class, race, gender, age we represent, in Pittsburgh and beyond. Each week, the Pittsburgh nonprofit news outlet PublicSource will bring you voices and personal stories of people in our area who are coping with changes brought about by the pandemic. PublicSource delivers stories for a better Pittsburgh, so if you care about our region's communities, schools and businesses, this is the podcast for you.
 
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Season 1 of "From the Source" set out to hear about life in Pittsburgh during the coronavirus pandemic. We heard from business owners, students, parents and others. Then, we shifted attention to the crisis of racism and police brutality against Black people in America — a civil rights movement happening during a health pandemic. Now, we're ending s…
 
Pittsburgh resident Kim Neely was taking the pandemic in stride. It was a relief, to some degree. And it was because her family was home alongside her, and that makes a big difference for the Black mom of two Black boys and wife of a Black man. On this episode, she shares how she's been impacted by the movement against racism and police brutality a…
 
More than two months into quarantine, it remains unclear when or how children will return to classrooms. How will they be evaluated? Would they be prepared to pick it up and start working on math and spelling? How would they cope with 'time lost' and be able to reconnect with their classmates and teachers? On this episode, a Wesley Family Services …
 
Many consumers are relying on delivery workers to shop for and deliver their groceries to protect themselves during the pandemic. With increased demand, some customers have been making their orders look more appealing by adding big tips and then reducing or zeroing it out after the job is done. On this episode, Selena Eisenberg, who is also a mom w…
 
The U.S. Postal Service is in danger of bankruptcy at a time when their service is considered 'essential.' While postal workers are delivering important items, like prescriptions and mail-in ballot applications, they're also a source of some comforts — either by delivering less essential items for lifting up people's spirits or just a familiar face…
 
Bringing home a newborn is challenging, and that's why so many new parents lean on family and friends to help them adjust. But this support is near impossible during a pandemic, without taking risks. In this episode, Pittsburgh North Side resident Bethany McLaughlin shares about her time so far with newborn Cleo and the toll it's taking on Cleo's g…
 
In our lifetime, there has not been a more scary time to be a nurse. On this episode, we’re hearing from a Pittsburgh-based nurse who is not on the front lines but has a lot of insight into the experiences nurses face. Theresa Brown teaches nursing at the University of Pittsburgh and also authored two books about the profession that pull back the c…
 
Final exams. Prom. Graduation. Right about this time of year, these would be the milestones for high school seniors in the United States. For Pittsburgh CAPA student Jordan McNeal and other seniors across Pittsburgh, and the nation, these highly anticipated events won't happen because of the coronavirus. On this episode, Jordan discusses how the sc…
 
Surprise! One more episode for the Get Political! Series! Marita & Monica sat down with Bhavini Patel and Sangya Gyawali, co-founders of Beam Data. Super passionate about everyone being counted, these dynamic women talk through the importance of counting every kind of person in the US. There's some controversy about the citizenship question.. Did y…
 
In our final installment of Get Political, we talk with the experts on the importance of crafting your message and why it's so crucial for a campaign! Only here will you get great (free) advice from Abigail Gardner, Owner of Scottie Public Affairs and Teresa M. Lundy, Founder & Principal of TML Communications. Also, Marita comes up with a great ide…
 
It’s all about the Benjamins! Campaigns take money, period. But we’re here to help you get over that financial hurdle and get comfortable with asking for money! We talk to finance and fundraising experts Jasmine Sessoms, Julie Hallinan, and Simone Baer! These ladies are giving out gems that are sure to get your campaign seeing green, but most impor…
 
After you decide to run, next comes the grassroots strategy! We get the inside scoop from amazing people who have worked behind the scenes on local, state, and national campaigns. We talk to campaign strategists including Jessica Byrd (who worked on Stacey Abrams’ campaign!), Kelsey Shannon, Keyva Clark, and Matt Merriman-Preston (Our first intervi…
 
Did you know that statistically, women are more likely to have their legislation passed? Get ready to learn from experts on how and why YOU should run for office (or at least support quality feminists to do so.) Welcome to the Get Political! Miniseries - episode 1 focuses on the HOW and the WHY, and we hear from experts including Anne Wakabayashi, …
 
We’re back! Season 3 of Shattered Glass is on its way! And we’re doing it a little differently this time around. For the first 4 episodes of the season, we’ve got a mini series treat for you - it’s our "Get Political!" Miniseries! Have you ever considered running for office? Or maybe helping your favorite feminist become the next congressperson in …
 
It's that time of year again that we have the civic duty of voting in the primaries! Why is this important? Well, because there are a lot of strong women full of integrity and grit that are running for office and they need your help to get there! In Pennsylvania, the primaries fall on May 15, so we decided to seek out women running for an elected p…
 
Women's healthcare could use some help, wouldn't you agree? More American women are dying of pregnancy-related complications than any other developed country. That isn't right. Monica and Marita sit down with Christine Haas, to learn all about The Midwife Center in Pittsburgh, PA - the largest freestanding birthing center in the country! Christine …
 
Marita is knee deep in campaigning to be mayor of Wilkinsburg (#gogarrettgo) and along the way she's been in on some great panel discussions, including the Executive Women's Council of Greater Pittsburgh, chatting about women running for office! With the Pennsylvania Primary coming up on May 16 (GO VOTE!), we thought it would be nice to highlight a…
 
There was a lot to digest one month ago on January 21, 2017. Marita took a self care day (it was her birthday!), Monica marched with 1.2 million of her closest friends in D.C., and Tresa organized an intersectional march with thousands of passionate Pittsburghers! Women, men, and children marched all across the country and world for all kinds of re…
 
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