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Out of the Woods is a podcast for stories about not-quite-cults but not-quite-not-cults. People share their experiences being strong believers in something--a religion, an ideology, a community, anything--and share how they came to realize it was, well...cult-ish. Stories of all kinds of these beliefs & experiences are welcome, with a particular interest in those in the digital world.
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Are you in need of company during those strange days and lonely nights? Every Monday, hosts Molly Lambert, Tess Lynch and Emily Yoshida, gather in dark rooms for a free jazz blend of pop culture theory, internet fascinations, and venture down a plethora of half-baked conspiracy theory rabbit holes. Drop us a line with your night call at 240-46-NIGHT or nightcallpodcast@gmail.com, and we'll offer our best advice on life, love, and the coming apocalypse.
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What is history and who does it belong to? On the American History Unabridged Podcast, historian Mark Iverson delves into historical topics that challenge popularly accepted and taught narratives of American history. By examining Idaho, Pacific Northwest, and national history, Mark seeks to interpret the historical topics and themes generally omitted from broader narratives in the United States.
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The justification to single out and exterminate another group of people can come from any group coalesced around any ideological system of belief, be it religious or secular in nature. In Revolutionary France, the secular forces of the newly established French Republic were threatened on all sides by the old system of empire they had just overthrow…
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The rallying cry of the pro Prop 1 crowd was "stop gay special rights." They felt that if gay people in Idaho were labeled a minority officially, they'd be protected from discrimination in the workplace and other public organizations like schools and libraries. They said gay people were not a minority like black people or Latinos because they chose…
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This episode is for Samuel.CONTENT WARNING: Bullying, abuse, homophobia, suicideOriginal blog post: https://childfriendlyfaith.org/2019/06/the-homophobic-teachings-of-the-mormon-church-killed-my-son/Resources:https://www.stopbullying.gov/https://www.thetrevorproject.org/resources/guide/preventing-suicide/#sm.000014kmr8qmyed6xrxbcmp99u8xeEmail us: n…
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From 1942 until 1948, Mexican citizens came to the United States at the behest of the federal government to fill the labor gaps created by the increased need for agricultural production during WWII. They bolstered the agricultural economy of the United States and proved an asset to the development of our nation, but they also face rampant racism an…
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This week Mark sat down with librarian Molly Nota and bookshop owner Chelsea Major to discuss the importance of literature in defining who we are as individuals and Americans. We discuss Idaho's HB 710, an attempt to censor the materials Idaho's readers can readily access within their public libraries. We discuss the books that have defined us, how…
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Tomás Baiza is the author of two published books and numerous articles and short stories. He is also an historian and educator. In short, Tomás Baiza is many things and then more. I see him as a bit of a rebel, but he's also a family man. I could apply more labels to him, but it's hardly necessary, he puts so much of himself onto every page he writ…
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Buffalo Soldiers fought the tribes of The West, that's what they're known for, but they also fought in the Spanish American War, during the revolution in the Philippines and also in North Idaho during the Coeur d'Alene Mining Wars and the Big Burn in 1910. We compare the service of Buffalo Soldiers during both events and examine how the largely whi…
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One of my favorite breweries of all is Nampa, Idaho's Crescent Brewery for a number of reasons, chief among them is the history the lives in those that own the brewery, man the taps and brew the beer, and patronize the tasting room bar! Jerry Fergusson and family know beer and so do his employees and what's more, they are knowledgeable of the histo…
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While I improve my editing skills, please enjoy this diamond in the rough... Mountain Home, Idaho is an interesting place where many of the town's historic structures remain standing, including the Bengoechea Hotel. Bengoechea is a Basque name and the hotel was established by Jose "Joe" Bengoechea, a Basque sheepherder turned businessman turned mil…
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