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For months after three white men chased Ahmaud Arbery to his death, Georgia of 2020 looked disconcertingly like Georgia of 1950. This is the story of the long arc of injustice in the American South -- and of the persistence that brought worldwide attention to coastal Georgia. Prior seasons tell the story of Isaiah Nixon, who was killed for voting in 1948 (season one), and A.C. Hall, who police shot in the back in 1962 because they mistakenly thought he was a thief (season two). Hosted by Han ...
 
The Race and Wealth Podcast Network is a collection of shows that explore personal finance, economic inequality and culture, the possibilities of a radically different future, fair housing, and one on one interviews with national experts, all centered on the racial wealth divide and the reality of deep and growing racial economic inequality. Listen to hear what is being done about the racial wealth divide and what you can do to help bridge the racial wealth divide in your life.
 
“Why live an ordinary life, when you can live an extraordinary one?” Tony Robbins, the #1 Life and Business Strategist, has helped over 50 million people from 100 countries create real and lasting change in their lives. In this podcast, he shares proven strategies and tactics so you, too, can achieve massive results in your business, relationships, health and finances. In addition to excerpts from his signature events and other exclusive, never-before-released audio content, Tony and his tea ...
 
A podcast about how Donald Trump changed the United States and the world. Four years ago, Donald Trump promised to make America Strong, Wealthy, Safe, Proud and Great Again. In November, Americans will have their chance to elect him again. Has he lived up to his promise? Season 4 of America, If You’re Listening (formerly known as Russia, If You’re Listening) will look back on Trump’s greatest achievements, disappointments and disasters, and look at how they all fit together.
 
No matter who you are, where you’re from, or what you believe – You matter to God, you matter to us, and you’re welcome here. Our dream is to see our communities completely transformed. We believe that happens one individual at a time. When an individual is transformed, they can’t help but make a positive and lasting impact in their community. When you allow God to transform you, it will transform the people around you. Join us as we introduce people to Jesus and the life changing adventure ...
 
No matter who you are, where you’re from, or what you believe – You matter to God, you matter to us, and you’re welcome here. Our dream is to see our communities completely transformed. We believe that happens one individual at a time. When an individual is transformed, they can’t help but make a positive and lasting impact in their community. When you allow God to transform you, it will transform the people around you. Join us as we introduce people to Jesus and the life changing adventure ...
 
Welcome to the Canadian Church Leaders Podcast. We want to serve church leaders and their teams by sharing conversations about pastoral leadership. In this podcast, we are exploring the question, “what does it mean to lead people in the way of Jesus in the midst of today's world?” Each episode features honest and thoughtful conversations with key voices from Canada and around the world. Hosted by Jason Ballard.
 
As you grab your morning coffee (and pastry, let’s be honest), join hosts Andy Bates and Sarah Gulseth as they bring you stories of the intersection of Lutheran life and a secular world. Catch real-life stories of mercy work of the LCMS and partners, updates from missionaries across the ocean, behind the scenes encounters from the International Center, and practical talk about how to live boldly Lutheran. The Coffee Hour is underwritten by Concordia University Wisconsin. Live Uncommon. Learn ...
 
Welcome to the audio podcast of Erwin Raphael McManus, the Lead Pastor and founder of MOSAIC, a community of faith in Los Angeles California. Known for their innovation, creativity, and artistry, MOSAIC has been named one of the most influential and innovative churches in America. Erwin Raphael McManus communicates on culture, creativity, change, and leadership and is widely known as a thought-provoking communicator, poet, and wordsmith. For more information and to stay up to date with Pasto ...
 
Race Capitol interrogates racial narratives in Richmond, Virginia, the former capitol of the Confederacy. www.racecapitol.com @RaceCapitol Three Black feminist organizers deliver activist radio every Wednesday at 10am on WRIR LP 97.3 FM Richmond Independent Radio. Episodes loaded weekly. Created by: Chelsea Higgs Wise (she/her) Co-Hosts: Naomi Isaac (they/them) & Kalia Harris (she/her)
 
Matters of culture should matter to us—because they matter to God. Hosted by Elizabeth Woodson, Adam Griffin and Adam Hawkins, the Culture Matters podcast explores the intersection of faith and culture. Looking at everything from politics, art and entertainment to issues such as racial reconciliation and the sanctity of human life, we discuss what it looks like to live faithfully on mission—in the world but not of the world.
 
The purpose of the Hole in My Heart Podcast is to explore how the gospel is good news for everyone every day. Most often, teacher and author, Laurie Krieg, licensed therapist and "argyle expert," Matt Krieg, and producer and "the most professional radio voice among us," Steve, all engage where the gospel intersects sexuality and gender. Mostly? The trio and their guests seek to place the sexuality/gender conversation in the midst of other real-life stories of the practical, gritty good news ...
 
Pro Bono Perspectives is a podcast about the power of a purpose-driven career. Join Common Impact CEO, Danielle Holly, as she interviews leaders from all walks of life to learn about their personal and professional backgrounds and explore what drives them to create positive change through their careers and daily lives. Common Impact is a national nonprofit focused on creating successful skills-based volunteer programs that build the capacity of the nonprofit sector. Hear from our network of ...
 
A Podcast predicated to enhancing a Christian viewpoint within worldly culture. Touching on different subjects through sermons, shows, and thoughts influencing Christian growth and cultivating an environment of Love! Geared towards saving "The Missing Generation" (TMG) that has been leaving the Church
 
Michael J. Feuer, Dean of the George Washington University's Graduate School of Education and Human Development, talks with researchers, practitioners, and policymakers about effective strategies and ideas for improving our schools and colleges. He explores ways to connect their worlds to take on some of education’s most complex issues. Education is the greatest contributor to ​​our nation's economic and social progress. It requires knowledge, agility, and optimism ​from many sources. ​From ...
 
Flipping the Table: Honest Conversations About Food, Farming and the Future The production of food does more to damage the planet’s health than any other human activity. Global warming, degradation of species, soil, water, air and rural economies and epidemics of diet-related disease reveal the challenges. And yet there is real hope. Visionaries and revolutionaries are innovating to replace the harmful. They are creating or supporting agriculture and food enterprises that solve our many chal ...
 
Thought-provoking videos about life and being human, with ideas from business leaders, psychologists and researchers speaking onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
The show is about learning with technology, but it's not the same old EdTech or "STEM" preachery. It's about the realities and exciting potential, but it's also about youth and the practitioners who support them: youth developers, museum educators, K12 teachers, mentors, counselors, parents: as they grow their identity, and journey forward. Enjoying the show? Please take a moment to rate us, and leave a review wherever you've accessed the podcast. You can review show notes for every episode ...
 
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Rev. Keith Haney, Author of One Nation Under God: Healing the Racial Divides in America and Assistant to the President— Missions, Human Care & Stewardship with LCMS Iowa District West, joins Andy and Sarah in the sixth of a six-part series on healing racial divides in America to talk about how we share the hope we have in Christ with our neighbors,…
 
When George Floyd was killed by police, protestors took to the streets in worldwide support of the Black Lives Matter protests.Donald Trump has a long history with speaking out on issues to do with race.So how far did his law and order response go toward soothing America's centuries old racial divide.When Donald Trump was elected, he promised to Ma…
 
This week’s guest is Jared Rodriguez. He’s an assistant professor at the University of Alabama, teaching in the department of gender and race studies. He joins Brett to discuss distance learning, racism, and some lighter-hearted top picks. Show Links Jared Rodríguez Unicorn Riot Top 3 Picks Schitt’s Creek Binti The Brother from Another Planet Invis…
 
Big Ben Roethlisberger’s trio of troubling interceptions vs. the Titans ended up costing the Steelers points on long drives – but luckily not the too-close-for-comfort 27-24 contest. The lingering effect of those picks could be the proof that Big Ben isn’t the same gun-slinging Steelers quarterback of old. The new Ben isn’t the same as the old Ben.…
 
Travis and Katie Hansen join Andy and Sarah during the Adoption Stories series to talk about what made adoption important to them, the process of their adoption, and what they learned in this experience that would be helpful to other families considering adoption. Learn more about Lutheran Family Service of Iowa at lutheranfamilyservice.org, and fi…
 
Glynn Washington, host of WNYC's "Spooked" podcast, joins us to talk about his real-life paranormal experience as well as other stories that appear on the show. Also, Sean Morales-Doyle, deputy director of the Brennan Center, explains why some states require police at polling stations. While police presence makes some voters feel safer, others say …
 
It's been nearly 100 years since the Tulsa massacres — where as many as 300 Black Tulsa residents were killed. Now, an archaeological dig at the Oaklawn Cemetery in Tusla has unearthed a dozen victims' coffins. Brenda Alford, whose grandparents were survivors of the massacre, joins us. And, COVID-19 cases are surging in Wisconsin. We talk to an eme…
 
Rev. Jeff Nehrt— pastor of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Greenville, Illinois, and Business Manager for Ongoing Ambassadors for Christ (OAFC), and Rev. Timothy Mueller— pastor of Saint John's Lutheran Church in New Minden and Saint Luke's Lutheran Church in Covington, Illinois, join Andy and Sarah to talk about the history of OAFC, why it's impor…
 
Rev. Luke Wolters, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Wellsville, Missouri, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about the saints at Grace Lutheran Church, how the church has continuted to do ministry during the pandemic, and the upcoming Annual Turkey Dinner. Learn more at graceinwellsville.com and facebook.com/GraceLCMS.…
 
Chris Tyson, President & CEO of Build Baton Rouge, joins host Danielle Holly to share about the redevelopment authority’s mission to bring together people and resources to promote equitable investment, innovative development, and thriving communities across Baton Rouge. Like many places, Baton Rouge is a tale of two cities, marked by economic dispa…
 
Amazon warehouse workers are threatening to walk off the job this week unless the company gives all its employees paid time off to vote. They are part of a broader push this year for employers to make it easier for Americans to cast their ballots. Also, the American Psychological Association's newest report says the U.S. is "facing a national menta…
 
Michael McDonald is Director of Global Focus and Strategic Relationships for The BibleProject, a crowdfunded non-profit creative studio dedicated to communicating a single, powerful message to the world: the Bible is one unified story that leads to Jesus. Prior to joining The BibleProject his work included community empowerment projects focused on …
 
Deaconess Heidi Goehmann, LCSW, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about roadblocks to initiative, where the Gospel fits into building initiative, and how we use initiative to show God's love to our neighbors. Hear Mental Health Mondays each Monday at 9am CT! Find all episode with the tag "Mental Health Monday." View Deaconess Heidi's Mental Health Playl…
 
About Floyd Cobb, Ph.D. Floyd Cobb is an adjunct faculty member with the Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver. His coursework focuses on teaching methods along with the intersections of race, class, power and privilege. He has held a leadership role in issues related to educational equity for almost 15 years and has also serve…
 
With so much to be NOT grateful for this year, Sunit celebrates Canadian Thanksgiving 2020,and talks about all that she is grateful for this year. She discusses all her learnings and gratitude for them since March, the current political situation, what is coming, and crypto currency. If you want to keep up with the new brand...go here to sign up fo…
 
Hopewell Chin'ono is a Zimbabwean journalist who was jailed earlier this year for reporting on corruption in Zimbabwe. Out on bail now, he speaks to us about his experience. And, three voters in northeast Pennsylvania react to Thursday night's debate and share their thoughts on the candidates, issues and the election thus far.…
 
On October 22, Brookings hosted a discussion among authors of the new book “Blue Metros, Red States: The Shifting Urban-Rural Divide in America’s Swing States,” which examines the demographic trends, voting patterns, economic data, and social characteristics of 27 major metropolitan areas in 13 swing states. https://www.brookings.edu/events/blue-me…
 
On October 23, Foreign Policy at Brookings hosted an event exploring the future of the defense industrial base and challenges facing policymakers and the industry. https://www.brookings.edu/events/the-defense-industrial-base-and-the-future-of-warfare/ Subscribe to Brookings Events on iTunes, send feedback email to events@brookings.edu, and follow u…
 
Nate Hegyi, host of the new podcast "Facing West," pedaled 800 miles on his bike, from Montana through Idaho and Wyoming to Colorado, listening to Americans ahead of the election. He talks about his journey. Also, Amazon has squeezed out small, local book retailers that can't compete. But for Kalima DeSuze, owner of Cafe Con Libros in Brooklyn, the…
 
What does “fasting from your desire from sex” mean, and why was it so significant to Matt? Why do so many male Christian leaders fall sexually? Is “maintenance sex” good for marriages? How can guys access their hearts more (and how can women help)? Guys? We are concluding our deep-dive of themes in our Impossible Marriage book with a co-author, Mat…
 
Thomas Kuster, director of the Christ in Media Institute at Bethany Lutheran College in Mankato, Minnesota, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about the Gospel Outreach with Media Conference, the ideas and technology that have be presented at past conferences, how this information is incredibly useful for today's church, and the lineup for this year's co…
 
Dr. Jerrode Marsh, Director of Music at St. Paul Lutheran High School in Concordia, Missouri, joins Andy and Sarah to preview the new Christkindlesmarkt at St. Paul, traditional market vendors and artisans, and why she is bringing this traditional German Christmas market to St. Paul. Applications are open for vendors! Find details at splhs.org/even…
 
This is episode 150 with my friend, Angie Childers. Angie is a wife, mom to three, and a family physician. Today, Angie shares her story of when a little over five years ago, she and her husband, Eddie heard the news they were going to be the parents of a baby boy with Down Syndrome. Angie shares the emotions that were whirling inside of her as she…
 
Ohio Wesleyan University's president speaks with us about what the spring semester will look like amid the pandemic, and why the university is undergoing a round of belt-tightening. Also, the East Troublesome Fire in Grand County, Colorado, exploded in size Wednesday night, prompting mandatory evacuation orders for the town of Grand Lake. Colorado …
 
On Friday, October 22, the Foreign Policy program at the Brookings Institution will host an online discussion of Chinese arms control and strategic stability with Dr. Yao Yunzhu, Professor Li Bin, and Brookings Fellows Frank Rose and Lindsey Ford. https://www.brookings.edu/events/arms-control-and-strategic-stability-chinese-perspectives/ Subscribe …
 
By the time he left the presidency, Theodore Roosevelt had saved an unprecedented 230 million acres of American land. A new book traces and deconstructs the positive and negative aspects of his crusading environmental leadership. We speak with the author. And, Denise Price of Louisville, Kentucky, says that she and several of her family members con…
 
This week’s guest is Jay Miller, a podcaster, developer, and, as of recently, a developer advocate for Elastic. We chat about what a developer advocate does, adventures in productivity, and the joy of building things that help people who build things build things. Sponsor This episode is brought to you by ExpressVPN. Keep your information secure us…
 
Rev. David Haberstock, Regional Pastor for Lutheran Church–Canada’s Central Region, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about how fear is manifesting itself in our lives these days, the purpose of fear and the answer to it, and where we find comfort from God's Word in the midst of fearful times. Read his article in the Canadian Lutheran at canadianluthera…
 
Rev. Dr. Adam Koontz, assistant professor of exegetical theology at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana, and co-host of The Word Fitly Spoken podcast, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about what kind of giving our Lord commands of His beloved followers, the condition of our hearts, the state of our habit of excuses, and how we give with…
 
On Tuesday, October 20, the Foreign Policy program at Brookings hosted an online discussion with experts who previously served as Defense and State Department officials, nuclear negotiators, and intelligence community officers. https://www.brookings.edu/events/iran-and-north-korea-proliferation-and-regional-challenges-for-the-next-administration/ S…
 
In response, the Global Economy and Development program at Brookings is committed to supporting international, U.S., and networked societal leadership for sustainable development and launched a dedicated Center for Sustainable Development (CSD) with an event on Wednesday, October 21. This included an address from Brookings President John R. Allen a…
 
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers warned Tuesday that the state's "economy is going to tank" if COVID-19 cases continue to surge. There were 1,192 coronavirus patients hospitalized across the state on Tuesday, a record high. We hear from Dr. Nasia Safdar in Madison. Also, unscrupulous investors are preying on Black homeowners in gentrifying Atlanta. As Ste…
 
Voters in 32 states will decide on ballot measures in this election. They include recreational marijuana legalization, election reform, tax policy and flag design. We talk about what's on the ballot this year with Josh Altic of Ballotpedia. And, researchers in Pennsylvania recently saw a rose-breasted grosbeak that was male on one side and female o…
 
Pittsburgh’s proud pro football tradition was never just about the pigskin. It was about the community of fans that came to be known as Steelers Nation. It was the connection between town, team and stadium section mates that became strong as steel. It was the communion of excitement, shared experience and common purpose that brought together that c…
 
This week Race we discuss Organizing through the Divide. Chels talks to author Dr. Peter Rachleff & labor educator Bill Fletcher Jr about how the institutions of Richmond have worked strategically to divide the movement and how the Lee Monument represents the literal fight in the court and the current symbolic fight to defend Black lives.We go back…
 
Rents are continuing to fall in some of the most expensive cities in the U.S., including San Francisco, New York, Boston, Seattle and Washington, D.C. Roben Farzad, host of Public Radio's Full Disclosure, discusses the market for renters. Also, we speak with Tara Raghuveer, director of KC Tenants, and Gabrielle Diamond, who is facing the possibilit…
 
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