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A journey through a diverse collection of remarkable communities and movements figuring out how to build power, solidarity, and connection in a world beset by disasters — both natural and human-caused. From hurricanes to earthquakes to wildfires to reactionary political and economic scourges, The Response's audio documentaries and interviews highlight some of the most inspiring stories out there and pave a path towards the better world we know is possible.
 
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A Worship Puerto Rico podcast. Hurricane Maria Brought to the surface many challenges of colonization, economics, religion, governmental structure, agriculture, culture, survival and vision. In this podcast you will hear from real Puerto Ricans about the history, struggle and strength of a people resilient and strong enough to survive whatever comes their way. A one time mission in Puerto Rico to help the Island recover has now become a yearly mission for many helping the world to re-enlight ...
 
Coffee, Friends, and inspiring stories! Café conversations by Friends of Puerto Rico is a podcast that brings together the stories of our global community of over 30,0000 changemakers. Friends of Puerto Rico is a nonprofit committed to driving economic success and innovation to cultivate the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs. Angelique Sina, president of Friends of Puerto Rico, interviews mentors, executives, and entrepreneurs to create a network that changes lives. "Café conversa ...
 
A weekly show that is all about personal growth and how you can make something out of nothing by stopping to appreciate the lessons and help from family, friends and sometimes strangers. I talk about my own experiences as a Puerto Rican growing up in the Bronx. I peel back the layers to see what these experiences taught me. I'll also feature guests ranging from my wife, in-laws, siblings, good friends, former teachers, ex-bosses, mentors, co-workers and some old classmates as well.
 
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Today on the show we’ve brought on Andy C. from Poor Prole’s Almanac to talk about a wide range of fascinating topics — from agroecology and sound ecological practices regarding the growing of food and the stewardship of land, to native seed bombing and other forms of mutual aid and disaster preparation, to the difference between right-wing prepper…
 
For the past couple of years, the City of Atlanta, George, has been pushing forward a project nicknamed “Cop City” — a tactical training compound featuring a mock city which has been referred to as a kind of war base where police will learn military-style maneuvers. The 90 million dollar compound would be built on somewhere between 60 and 300 acres…
 
From a chicken coop providing omelet breakfasts to underserved communities, to a network of farms stretching from Oakland to East Palo Alto, to a night watch program aimed at keeping the police accountable and protecting marginalized communities from police violence, to providing grassroots disaster relief during the most recent storms in the Bay A…
 
Today on the show, we’ve brought on Douglas Rushkoff to talk about his new book, Survival of the Richest: Escape Fantasies of the Tech Billionaires. Douglas is Professor of Media Theory and Digital Economics at Queens/CUNY and a research fellow at the Institute for the Future. Named one of the world’s ten most influential intellectuals by MIT, he h…
 
How do we respond to natural disasters? What comes to mind? Large relief organizations like the American Red Cross? Or perhaps the Federal Emergency and Management Agency? Well, those images are certainly part of the story — but they're not the whole story. In our new podcast series, The Response, we aim to share a perspective that isn't extensivel…
 
Today on the show, we’ve brought on Genean from Common Humanity Collective — a mutual aid organization based out of California’s Bay Area. When the pandemic began in 2020, it felt like there was a huge spike in mutual aid efforts — in fact we did an entire series of episodes on many of the community-led responses to COVID that year including an aud…
 
This week, we’re bringing you the first installment of a new series that we'll occasionally produce: Disaster Dispatches. Each dispatch focuses on a specific disaster and will feature a short conversation with someone within or near a specific disaster zone who can provide insight into how things look on the ground and, in many cases, share first-h…
 
The last decade has shown us that information on social media cannot always be trusted. In fact, it's oftentimes weaponized by nefarious forces. So how do we ensure that the information that is being shared during particularly sensitive periods — such as during natural disasters — is accurate and timely? Enter Atma Connect. Atma Connect on an award…
 
Mutual aid is a concept and practice that has come up many times in the stories we tell on The Response — so we thought it would be helpful to devote an entire episode to exploring what mutual aid is with someone who is deeply immersed in it on the ground. Joshua Potash — an anti-capitalist abolitionist based in New York City. Joshua co-founded Was…
 
In the second of this 2-part series of The Response, we pick up where we left off in Episode 1 and continue our deep dive into how communities are responding to the growing abortion access crisis in the United States, sharing the stories of those impacted and highlighting a number of radical grassroots, mutual aid, and solidaristic efforts aimed at…
 
In the first of this 2-part series of The Response, we take a deep dive into how communities are responding to the growing abortion access crisis in the United States, sharing the stories of those impacted and highlighting a number of radical grassroots, mutual aid, and solidaristic efforts aimed at helping people access abortion in the places wher…
 
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