Outskirts public
[search 0]
×
Best Outskirts podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Outskirts podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
Civil Rights Investigations Under the Workforce Investment Act and Other Title VI-Related Laws by Seena K. Foster Do you work in federally-funded programs and activities? If so, “Equal Opportunity is The Law” in delivering services, aid, training, and benefits and this book is a must-have resource for you.
 
C.H. Allen Clark lives with a menagerie of animals, including Archie, a 20-pound Shih Tzu and one of eight house pets. He is known as the “Big Ragu” of the abode. Call him “Lefty of the Leftovers,” “Fatty of All Known Feasts,” and “Cat Pervert Extraordinaire.” Archie is the inspiration behind many of Clark’s poems, and his short stories are inspired by his ancestors who lived through the Civil War. It’s a collection of humorous, sad, and enlightening prose that will appeal to animal lovers a ...
 
Darlington had a rough start in life. At three months old, she was poisoned by her 12-year-old cousin. Burned and unable to swallow, she was in intensive care for several months, then discharged with a grim prognosis. But Darlington survived, only to grow up to face sexual abuse, rape, and domestic violence, plus a variety of serious medical conditions—cardiac problems, knee surgery, and the removal of a large and extremely rare tumor. Due to a medical condition, Darlington actually died and ...
 
I'm active, I'm attractive, I'm in Demand I'm a mover and a shaker and I work my plan I love to Speak and I have a Dream To inspire and empower all to be the best That GOD created them to be; I'm a woman on a mission, I will reach my goal; I have power, I have purpose and I am on a roll! I am Tonya L. Horne. In this book I will share with you 7 Powers to Win! It's time to take control of your life and begin to Live Your Dreams. It's time to Step Up Reach Out and Make Things Happen for you!
 
Integrity shows the level of excellence, Love and help, And it shows your decency, Sanity, rationality, wisdom and sense, From work and judgment. The poet and philosopher Ronnie Lee is back with his seventh book that continues to unravel the mysteries of life. Philosophy: Back to Basics tackles the dynamics of power—where it springs from, how it is wielded, and ways to harness it. In Lee’s unique form of narrative free-verse poetry, Philosophy: Back to Basics unleashes a powerful and rising ...
 
Journalists of color tell you what you’re missing from the mainstream news. Co-hosted by award-winning journalists Maria Hinojosa and Julio Ricardo Varela, IN THE THICK has the conversations about race, identity and politics few people are discussing or want to discuss.
 
Host Deidra Hughey invites you to listen in on the best free book podcasts right here in her Avid Reader Nation network where you get the most engaging conversations in literary without all the mindless chatter. Hear author guests reading, laughing, and giving useful insights on The Bonafide Literary Show, OutSkirts Science Fiction Theatre, or The Book Tea. It's always something fresh and special here in the Avid Reader Nation for you to crave. Subscribe for free and get your read on!
 
Katie Brashers announced to her friends that she was taking a trip to Florida for Spring Break, but when class resumes, Katie isn’t in attendance. The school staff claims that the family moved there. Katie's friend Michelle Martin grows suspicious, especially since she let Katie borrow a treasured family book that she failed to return. Not to mention, Katie never said goodbye to her devoted boyfriend, Brad. Michelle confides in her best friend, Tami. Dodging Michelle’s demanding mother, they ...
 
You are in my vein’s pulse, the air that beats past, the car’s rhythm. Remove the blade so I may heal. From the lush and sensual to the quiet and serene, Passion’s Evidence opens up a newly observed world for women and men to appreciate and experience in this collection of finely crafted poems. Composed over the last twenty-five years, Fifield’s free verse offers the honesty and clarity of an attentive woman’s observations of family, men, nature, and other aspects of life she has graced with ...
 
From the age of just one year old, Shyluer Holder-Hansen began her experiences of near physical and emotional death. Her early physical illnesses and tribulations. Her childhood molestation by other family members. Her uncomfortable relationships with men as a teen and a young woman. My Story of God’s grace is her testimony to these events as “tests” and her testimony to having discovered and accepted God’s presence and guidance in her life to come to terms with who “She is” according to God ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Maria and Julio process this historic moment in the fight for racial justice and defending Black lives with Julieta Martinelli, Futuro Media producer who is on the ground covering the ongoing protests in Atlanta. Then, they dive into conversation with Danielle Moodie, co-host of the podcast Democracy-ish and host of the radio show WokeAF, to make s…
 
Maria and Julio discuss Dr. Anthony Fauci's and Rick Bright's congressional testimonies on the pandemic response. They also dive into the Supreme Court's pending decision around DACA which could strip protections from hundreds of thousands. Finally, they return to policing and criminal justice during the pandemic and the ongoing violence toward bla…
 
The COVID-19 story is a POC story. Maria and Julio work through a devastating news cycle. They talk about policing during the pandemic and the disproportionate brutality toward people of color, the murder of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, and the death of Carlos Ernesto Escobar Mejia, who passed from COVID-19 related complications while being detained b…
 
On today’s ITT Sound Off, Maria and Julio are fed up. They talk about how the Trump administration continues to lash out at immigrants, and the disproportionate press coverage the President’s tweets receive. They also dive into what is happening in Chelsea, Massachusetts and in the Bronx, New York where hotspots of the virus are developing. We want…
 
Maria and Julio break down the pandemic, specifically the white male leadership that has dominated news cycles. They also talk about the tug-of-war between state governors and the Trump administration on when states will reopen. Finally, this week saw a cascade of high-profile endorsements for the presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden, including…
 
We're so happy and grateful that Maria is feeling better! She and Julio bring you the latest updates on COVID-19, including how state leaders, Congress and the President are responding. They also talk about historically high unemployment, the federal relief package, and the 2020 presidential race, including recent #MeToo allegations against Joe Bid…
 
Maria and Julio are joined by power couple, husband and wife: ITT All-Star, Wajahat Ali, contributing Op-Ed writer with The New York Times and CNN commentator, and Dr. Sarah Kureshi, physician at Georgetown Family Medicine. They talk about the medical and economic impacts of COVID-19, how their family is approaching social distancing, and what we c…
 
In this week’s ITT Sound Off, Maria and Julio continue to bring you the latest political news while in isolation from their homes. On today’s show, we talk about the continuing global impact of the coronavirus pandemic, including in Latin America. We also bring you immigration news that has gone uncovered during this time, and discuss how COVID-19 …
 
We're all self-isolating, but the show goes on. Maria and Julio are joined by Laura Barrón-López, national political reporter at Politico and ITT All-Star Astead Herndon, national political reporter with The New York Times to discuss the latest with the coronavirus pandemic and how they're dealing with social distancing. They also give their insigh…
 
Maria and Julio bring you this week's ITT Sound Off from a new reality: the coronavirus pandemic. They give us an update about this past Tuesday's primary election results, by taking a look at the clear generational divide. They also get into how COVID-19 has spread around the world exponentially and how this may impact the 2020 Election. Stay safe…
 
Loading …
Google login Twitter login Classic login