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Conversations IN.Society - We talk UK racism, culture, politics and economics; the issues that matter to you!Presented by Daneille Guthrie and Geeta Lal, the Co-Founders of IN.Society, a grassroots racial justice organisation focussed on educating, supporting and advocating for those invested in racial justice. Follow us on socials to submit topics, questions and get further involved in the conversation! Instagram, Twitter & Facebook: @insociety_uk
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Educating Empathy

Dr. Wendy Muhlhauser-Tingblad a.k.a SissyMarySue (SissyMarySue Education Fund)

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The Educating Empathy podcast explores diverse perspectives on secondary and postsecondary education. Discussions on the podcast will cover a wide range of topics related to educational policy, advocacy, leadership, pedagogy, and personal stories. We also delve into discussions about promoting empathetic understanding in society. This podcast is produced by SissyMarySue Education Fund, a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) committed to providing educational children’s programming, play-based learning, and ...
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Beyond Clinical Walls Podcast

Dr. BCW - Dr. Curry-Winchell, M.D.

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Beyond Clinical Walls Podcast is a podcast started by Dr. Bayo Curry-Winchell, M.D., who also goes by Dr. BCW. The Beyond Clinical Walls Podcast is a platform to discuss health-related topics in an open forum to help improve health literacy, call out healthcare inequities and shine a light on race-based medicine and algorithms. To learn more about Dr. BCW, visit https://drbcw.com Or you can watch some of her video content on her YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/@beyondclinicalwalls). ...
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This series will focus on racial justice, an issue in the news across the world and an unfortunate battleground for those seeking to capitalise on division within our society. The series will consist of five episodes, featuring conversations with a number of different guests from within the Milton Keynes College Group itself, from the local business community and from the education sector.
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CRÈME is an acronym – it stands for Communicating the Race Equality Message Effectively. In each episode we will be interviewing a representative of one of the organisations fighting for racial equality in Britain. But this will not be just a dry discussion on policy – this is about the people behind the campaigning, and the experiences that shaped them.
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Stanford Legal

Stanford Law School

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Law touches most aspects of life. Here to help make sense of it is the Stanford Legal podcast, where we look at the cases, questions, conflicts, and legal stories that affect us all every day. Stanford Legal launched in 2017 as a radio show on Sirius XM. We’re now a standalone podcast and we’re back after taking some time away, so don’t forget to subscribe or follow this feed. That way you’ll have access to new episodes as soon as they’re available. We know that the law can be complicated. I ...
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ellisconversations's podcast

Jamil Ellis and Ronald Ellis

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In this podcast, Jamil Ellis talks with his father, retired Federal Magistrate Judge Ronald Ellis, about the historical role of law in shaping the societal structures which act as barriers to attaining the American dream. They discuss why "legal" is not a synonym for "moral" and why law, a prime actor in creating the problems, can and should be a part of the solution. Join them as they talk about wealth, voting, education, criminal justice and other topics which divide the nation. https://el ...
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Money & Racism

Joseph M. Burns

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Join Dr. Joe Burns, Money EQ Specialist, in free-flowing conversations with people of color that explore the intersectionality of the world of finance and how it’s deeply impacted by racism. In this thought-provoking podcast, we dive into the complex relationship between money and systemic inequalities, shedding light on the often-overlooked ways racism influences financial systems, decisions, and opportunities. Gain a deeper understanding of the financial world’s role in perpetuating racial ...
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Reimagining Black Relations Podcast is a chat about solutions for issues relating to the black race. Solutions may relate to business, social, or spiritual. The podcast will help both white and brown races to understand what must be done to solve the racial problems. Likewise, for the black race, the podcast will provide insight to what to expect, comfort from the past experiences, and a promising path forward. The host is Dr. Francesca Fajinmi. Subscribe and please provide some feedback.
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Hi, I am Aneesh Prasad, a 16-year-old from Massachusetts. Some of the biggest issues facing Gen-Zers today are mental health and well-being, racial equity, access to equal opportunities, social justice, and the environment. Come join me as I explore how we can tackle these issues by talking to experts in the field who have made a difference. Let's learn from them so we can make a difference too.
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Hand & Heart Media

Hand & Heart Media

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Hand & Heart Media is the production platform of workplace consultancy & investigators Hand & Heart GmbH, based in Europe. We focus on producing quality, narrative driven content focused on stories at the intersection of culture and the workplace.
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Come Through with Rebecca Carroll is a podcast that explores culture, race and identity against the backdrop of the 2020 election. The series will provide listeners with 15 essential conversations they can take with them during this pivotal time. Conversations with prominent thinkers, cultural critics, writers, artists, and politicians on topics like climate change, diversity and inclusion programs, immigration and more are prompted by our host’s lifelong personal inquiry into what it means ...
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Conversations With Chloe

Conversations With Chloe

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Conversations With Chloe podcast showcases my conversations about my three favourite topics: artificial intelligence, climate security and female empowerment. The future of technology is exciting and new technologies are being created faster and smarter than ever before, especially by harnessing the power of machine learning and quantum computers. However, the future itself is in jeopardy if humans don't take action to protect our environment. And of course in the tech world there is clear g ...
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The podcast, Innovation In Equality, seeks to confront the racial and gender gap in entrepreneurship and VC investing through candid conversations with experts and influencers. Brought to you by JumpStart.
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a LATTO thought evaluates contemporary misperceptions about mixed raceness through the lenses of history, science studies, and personal perspectives in a way that is pro-Black, antiracist, and self-critical. The intent is to arm individuals with the clarity of how systems of law and power shape our feelings about who — not ‘what’ — we as individuals are so that we can begin to reshape the societies in which we collectively live. After all, we’re all already mixed. We’re simply taught to not ...
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Join us every Friday as San Diego Surf's Louis Hunt interviews players, coaches & other guests who provide an inside look at the Surf methodology & training curriculum that has developed countless professional, collegiate and youth national team players and won 11 National Champions, 29 Regional Champions!
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We Are The University

University of Cambridge

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Welcome to We are the University, a podcast which opens a window on to the people that make Cambridge University unique. Students, archivists, professors, alumni: all have a story to share.
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On this podcast, you'll hear a mix of my one to one conversations with thought leaders, celebrities, and influencers mixed, keynote speeches, daily musings and go behind the scenes of my adventures on and off set as I travel the world.
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Equality Talks: The Official ERA Podcast

ERA Coalition and ERA Coalition Forward

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A movement of millions for equality. This is the official ERA Coalition podcast presented by our media hub, Equal Voices. Together with 290 partner organizations representing over 80 million champions for equality, Equality Talks uplifts and amplifies the voices of this movement, especially from communities most affected by systemic oppression and exclusion from mainstream media. Hosted by nationally acclaimed radio host and Equal Voices Elisa Parker, Equality Talks bridges the intersections ...
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This is a commentary of current events. This is also a safe place for anyone to come and talk. I have been hailed for years as a (unofficial) therapist, comedian, and political analyst of sorts. SO... I finally decided to share my intellect with the world.
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N Equals One

UC San Diego Health

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N Equals One: a podcast about science and discovery at UC San Diego Health. In each episode, we bring you the story of one project, one discovery or one scientist
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In each episode of “Top of Mind at Goldman Sachs,” Allison Nathan, a senior strategist in the firm’s Global Investment Research division and the creator and editor of the GS “Top of Mind” publication, explores macroeconomic issues that are on the minds of Goldman Sachs clients.
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Let's be clear. I'm going to tell you some things. The statements are pointed and sometimes arresting. But they are not extreme. You're going to react. Use that energy to change, improve, or rectify.
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If your answer to an inquiry about your ethnic background comes with a follow up question, this podcast is for you. Mixed With What is a podcast that goes beyond the binary of Black and White, to have conversations in color with guests who require more than a single check box to report their racial identity. Each week host Steph Stock, holds a mirror up to the future faces of America and reflects on what it means to be mixed in a country that’s mixed up about its race relations. From interra ...
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Race and Regulation

Penn Program on Regulation

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The podcast, "Race and Regulation," focuses on the most fundamental responsibility of any society: ensuring equal justice, and dignity and respect, to all people. Listen as leading scholars uncover how government regulations across a wide range of areas—including voting rights, child welfare, banking, land use, and more—have contributed to racial inequities, as well as how regulatory changes could help build a more just society. The podcast features some of today’s foremost experts working o ...
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Join historian Lettie Gore as she examines what history shows us and makes critical connections between the past and present. Lettie’s passion for history and educating about the truth can be heard and felt through her engaging discussions about racism, current events, racial justice, and politics in a time when historical background needs to meet current realities. Her perspective and delivery are unique, direct, and just what you need to hear.
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RISE Urban Nation Podcast: Unite. Uplift. Ignite. In today's digital landscape, where many overlook the aspirations of the Black and Pan-African community, RISE Urban Nation Podcast stands out. More than just a podcast, it's a rallying cry for unity, elevation, and transformation. Enter a realm where prominent Black and Pan-African individuals narrate their journeys in entrepreneurship, innovation, and empowerment. We shine a light on trailblazers from various fields who challenge norms and ...
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Thought Huddle podcast

Arizona State University

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Thought Huddle is a new podcast highlighting thinkers and doers who are devoted to creating meaningful impact. It explores ideas, tells stories, and helps make sense of our complicated and beautiful world.
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After 1954

Lemonada Media

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Brown v. Board of Education held the promise of creating an integrated school system with equal education for all, but there was an unspoken consequence to this historic decision: Tens of thousands of Black teachers in the South were fired, leaving a gap that reverberated through generations of students to come. Hosted by educator and nonprofit leader Aimée Eubanks Davis, this five-part series spans the decades to provide an important look at the impact a Black educator can have on a Black s ...
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ReSearching Diversity

Jana Vietze, Sabrina Alhanachi, Miriam Schwarzenthal, Sharleen Pevec, Tuğçe Aral, Zeynep Demir

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Join a group of six women in social sciences in their aim to increase visibility of inspiring social scientists and of cutting-edge research on ethnic, cultural, and migration-related diversity. Each episode, two hosts invite one outstanding scientist to discuss their PAST (personal path into academia), the PRESENT (research article or book chapter that has recently inspired them), and the FUTURE (recent developments and paradigm shifts in academia and social sciences). For more information ...
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Why Not Her?

Gender & Diversity Activist Linda Coogan Byrne

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Why Not Her? is all about amplifying the voices of womxn across the entertainment, arts, creative, political and activism world. The Podcast series is hosted by Linda Coogan Byrne who is a leading Culture Changer figure in Gender, Diversity and Equality within the music and entertainment industry. Her groundbreaking Data Reports, that highlight Gender & Racial Disparity within the music industry, have been viewed by over 150 million people worldwide. She has been featured in the likes of The ...
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The Foyer

Leonard J Arrington Chair at Utah State University

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Many of the most important conversations in a Latter-day Saint ward happen not in the chapel or a classroom but in the meetinghouse foyer. In each episode of “The Foyer,” one or more distinguished guests will join Dr. Patrick Mason for a thoughtful but informal conversation about Mormon history and culture. Episodes will be video cast live with audience Q&A.
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DEI Discussion Lounge

Shareem and Kofi Annan

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Welcome to the DEI Discussion Lounge, the podcast where we delve deep into the critical issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as the ongoing pursuit of racial justice. Join hosts Shareem and Kofi Annan as they guide you through thought-provoking conversations that aim to educate, inspire, and empower. In a world where diversity and equality are vital for progress, Shareem and Kofi Annan bring their unique perspectives and expertise to the forefront. Shareem, a seasoned diversit ...
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Interruptions is a podcast hosted by Rev. Odell M. Cooper and Cathy Patton, two parents whose lives were Interrupted - one by gun violence and the other by autism. The hosts use their voices to Disrupt the Silence caused by inherited faith and family traditions, cultural and societal stigmas, and fear. Each episode openly addresses racial and economic disparities and the impact on mental health in communities of Black and Brown people. Their guests share personal stories about how their live ...
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Is racial equality on the agenda for parties trying to secure our vote in the upcoming elections? This is part 2! I was joined by Leah Mahon, journalist who previously worked with The Voice Newspaper, BBC Radio and in local government, to review what the Labour, Conservatives, Green and Liberal Democrats manifestos had to say on advancing racial eq…
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Will the three remaining cases against former president Donald Trump ever get to trial? After Judge Cannon's controversial dismissal of charges in the classified documents case—and the Supreme Court's presidential immunity decision—the question is not so obvious. In this episode, criminal law expert David Sklansky joins Pam and Rich to discuss thes…
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In this episode, we sit down with Honorebel Walker, visionary founder of SpaceTime Social, to explore his journey in using technology as a catalyst for community transformation. Honorebel discusses the challenges faced by communities and how innovative tech solutions can bridge gaps and empower individuals. We delve into his strategies for leveragi…
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In this episode, the hosts discuss Project 2025 and its potential impact in a Donald Trump administration. Heritage Foundation and Trump https://www.heritage.org/impact/trump-administration-embraces-heritage-foundation-policy-recommendations Biden’s Judicial Appointments https://www.pewresearch.org/short-reads/2023/12/04/most-of-bidens-appointed-ju…
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Control of the border and illegal immigration are again in the headlines and the centerpiece of a divisive presidential campaign. Here to help make sense of recent legal successes and failures is immigration law expert Jennifer Chacón, the Bruce Tyson Mitchell Professor of Law at Stanford. The author of the new book, Legal Phantoms: Executive Actio…
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The Implications of African-Centered STEM - Prof. Sharif Beyah PODCAST "Educating Empathy" - SissyMarySue Education Fund 501 (c) (3) Nonprofit. GUEST: Professor Sharif Beyah HOST: Dr. Lugene Kennebrew Music: "Already Done" by De'Arris Wayne Judkins; "Change the World the More We Care" by Dr. Lugene Kennebrew. Editing by Dr. Lugene Kennebrew and Ant…
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Episode Highlights: Gain insights into the origin story and mission of Dream Exchange. Learn about the specific challenges Joe and Dwain faced in establishing the exchange. Explore the key strategies that propelled their remarkable success. Understand the importance of inclusivity and community in transforming financial markets. Benefit from practi…
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In this episode, the hosts begin a series of discussions on the historical significance of voting, efforts to prevent some groups from voting, and why you should exercise your right to vote even if you don’t like the choices. Do what you can, where you are, with what you have. Southern Strategy - In American politics, the Southern strategy was a Re…
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Episode Highlights: • The origin story of Dream Exchange and its mission • Challenges Joe and Dwain faced in establishing the exchange • Key strategies that led to their success • The importance of inclusivity and community in financial markets • Advice for aspiring entrepreneurs, especially within the Black and Pan-African communities Connect with…
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Is racial equality on the agenda for parties trying to secure our vote in the upcoming elections? I was joined by Leah Mahon, journalist who previously worked with The Voice Newspaper, BBC Radio and in local government, to review what the Labour, Conservatives, Green and Liberal Democrats manifestos had to say on advancing racial equality in Britai…
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Should presidents be immune from prosecution? If yes, under what circumstances? Stanford Professor Michael McConnell, a former federal judge, joins Pam Karlan for a discussion on presidential immunity, the Constitution, and former president Trump's cases. In this insightful episode, they discuss the implications of the Supreme Court's stance on cri…
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Guest: Carmen James Randolph, President and CEO of the Women’s Foundation of the South Discussion Highlights: Challenges in philanthropy, effective strategies for social change, and success stories from WFS. Key Takeaways: Insights on leadership, the importance of community in philanthropic endeavors, and actionable advice for those looking to make…
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Guest: Carmen James Randolph, President and CEO of the Women’s Foundation of the South Discussion Highlights: Challenges in philanthropy, effective strategies for social change, and success stories from WFS. Key Takeaways: Insights on leadership, the importance of community in philanthropic endeavors, and actionable advice for those looking to make…
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Is legal representation in the U.S. only for the rich and corporations? That's a question that we'll explore in this episode of Stanford Legal with guests David and Nora Freeman Engstrom, two leading authorities on access to justice and the legal profession. They'll explain the roots of the challenge, how unauthorized practice of law rules contribu…
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Tune into part 2 a profound discussion with Naketa Ren Thigpen as she unveils her unique insights on achieving life balance and enriching relationships. This episode is packed with actionable advice, making it a must-listen for anyone aiming to enhance their personal and professional life. Engage with Naketa's work, discover her innovative strategi…
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The final episode of our AAPI Heritage Month series features multidisciplinary artist SUUVI. SUUVI shares parts of her personal story that go beyond the universal language of music and touches a deeper chord. Topics in today's discussion include: Early beginnings in music Exploring multiple passions Overcoming the stereotypes of what it means to be…
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How much do you really know about protecting your skin from cancer? Join us on Beyond Clinical Walls as we welcome the distinguished Dr. Samantha Schneider, renowned dermatologist and expert Mohs surgeon. From her early days at Albert Einstein College of Medicine to her advanced surgical training at Washington University in St. Louis, Dr. Schneider…
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Return to Wisconsin in this episode of Mixed With What as host, Steph Stock interviews fellow Wisconsin Native, Ethan Lo. Ethan identifies as Hmong and African-American and together Steph and Ethan discuss: Hmong history AAPI heritage month Hmong language Reframing the Q: “What are you?” A message for mixed kids and more! Enjoyed this episode? Plea…
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Tune into a profound discussion with Naketa Ren Thigpen as she unveils her unique insights on achieving life balance and enriching relationships. This episode is packed with actionable advice, making it a must-listen for anyone aiming to enhance their personal and professional life. Engage with Naketa's work, discover her innovative strategies, and…
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In this episode, Rich and Pam discuss the successes and failures of Brown v. Board of Education with their colleague, Rick Banks. Marking the 70th anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision, they look at its impact on Jim Crow segregation and the ongoing challenges in achieving educational equality in the U.S. Banks offers a critical analys…
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Introduction: Insight into Odessa's initial meeting with Wil Maker and their shared passion for music. Musical Beginnings and Influences: Discussion on their early music careers, key influences, and experiences in the music industry that shaped their paths. Divine Minds and MagFlux: Exploration of their time promoting music in Atlanta, transitionin…
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Have you ever wondered what it takes to unlock the full spectrum of your potential? Join me, Dr. BCW, as we embark on a transformative journey with Laura St John, a celebrity mindset coach whose life's story echoes the power of belief and resilience. We peel back the layers of conventional success metrics, diving into the depths of self-discovery a…
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In episode 22 of the Equality Talks podcast, host Elisa Parker introduces us to Cristina Escobar, co-founder of LatinaMedia.Co and member of ERA Coalition Forward's Communications, Public Education and Civic Engagement Working Group. Escobar introduces the third rail of the Hollywood ecosystem, the critic, the reviewer. She challenges us to not onl…
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Amanda Butler is a Fitness Trainer, Cancer Survivor and advocate for cancer patients worldwide navigating cancer treatments and chemotherapy. In this episode Amanda discusses growing up multiracial in a small midwestern town and paving her path in new countries, new industries and new callings. This episode will make you think about: Small town beg…
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Introduction: Insight into Odessa's initial meeting with Wil Maker and their shared passion for music. Musical Beginnings and Influences: Discussion on their early music careers, key influences, and experiences in the music industry that shaped their paths. Divine Minds and MagFlux: Exploration of their time promoting music in Atlanta, transitionin…
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Criminal law expert and former federal prosecutor David Sklansky joins Pam and Rich to discuss the New York trial and other cases against former president Trump. From state prosecutions to federal cases, they analyze the defense and prosecution strategies and implications of each trial, shedding light on the legal challenges facing Trump, the first…
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Guest Profile: Miki Vale, an acclaimed MC, playwright, and artivist known for her compelling blend of music and activism. Noteworthy Achievements: Miki has been recognized with multiple awards and nominations, sharing stages with icons like Talib Kweli and Mos Def, and contributing significantly to the cultural landscape through her artistic endeav…
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In this episode, we talked to Elisabeth Kaneza who is a legal and political scholar and a community outreach officer at the German Center for Integration and Migration (DeZiM) in Berlin, Germany. PAST (00:02:20): Elisabeth emphasizes the importance of equal rights and chances for all, the impact of racial discrimination that require structural solu…
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When Dr. Blake Wild, with his unwavering passion for pediatric dentistry, enters the conversation, you can't help but be captivated by his zest for nurturing smiles on the youngest of faces. His journey to becoming a beacon of hope for children's oral health is nothing short of remarkable, all the more so for the support of his family through the c…
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In this compelling episode, Captain OC from Israel United in Christ joins us to discuss the historical and spiritual perspectives that identify Black and African peoples as the Biblical Israelites. Listeners will gain insights into the challenges of advocating this identity, the strategies developed to educate and expand their community, and the su…
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Joining Pam and Rich for this discussion are Professor Daniel Ho and RegLab Fellow Christie Lawrence, JD ’24 (MPP, Harvard Kennedy School of Government). Dan is the founding director of Stanford’s RegLab (Regulation, Evaluation, and Governance Lab), which builds high-impact partnerships for data science and responsible AI in the public sector. The …
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Join host Steph Stock and guest, Courtney Granberry in conversation about manifesting a career as a fashion model. A chance discovery as a waitress in Los Angeles, CA changed her career path, her lifestyle and her perspective on what it means to feel beautiful inside and out. You've seen her featured in some of the largest campaigns around the worl…
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In this enlightening episode, Idara Ogunsaju, founder of The Antorge Group, delves into her extensive experience in leadership and change management. Idara discusses the creation of her book 'The Confidence Talk: I Said Soar' and the inception of the 'Confident Leader' series, providing listeners with actionable advice on building confidence and em…
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In episode 21 of the Equality Talks podcast, host Elisa Parker introduces us to Dr. Nicole Haggard, director of the Center for the Advancement of Women at Mount Saint Mary’s University and co-founder of CIME. Dr. Haggard takes an intersectional approach to advancing culture and brings data to life through storytelling. She reminds us that the stori…
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International friends or intentional friends? Join host Steph Stock and her guest Anna Lorentz, who is Thai and American, by way of Japan, currently living in Portugal with her French husband. The friends discuss language learning, growing up in an international environment, living an expat lifestyle and taking their international adventures beyond…
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Today's episode features Cärrin Michael Johnson discussing his transition from a conventional 9-5 to becoming the CEO of Life House San Diego. He opens up about the challenges he faced, the strategic decisions that spurred his success, and his impactful work in affordable housing. If C.J.'s story inspires you, connect with him through Life House Sa…
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When Marian Dancy speaks, her story resonates with an urgency that commands attention. It's a tale that is all too familiar, yet still desperately needs to be heard: a stark illustration of why self-advocacy is not just important, but potentially life-saving in Black maternal health. On Beyond Clinical Walls, we open our hearts to the powerful narr…
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As we sit down with the fervent Dr. George Ackerman, he unveils the depths of his dedication to battling Parkinson’s disease, a quest born from the profound loss of his beloved mother, Sharon. "Together for Sharon" is not just an initiative; it's a beacon of hope, symbolizing the relentless fight against the silent encroachment of a disease that ro…
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Welcome to a powerful episode of "Money & Racism." Today, we're exploring the intersection of financial disparity and healthcare through the lens of racial inequity, with a special focus on the black community's struggle against breast cancer. Join your host, Joe Burns, and guest Reverend Dr. Tammie Denyse, as they delve into Tammie's personal jour…
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Professor Easha Anand, co-director of the Stanford Law School Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, joins Professors Pam Karlan and Richard Thompson Ford, along with Gareth Fowler, JD '24, for a discussion about three cases that she argued before the Court this term, the people behind the case titles, and what it takes to represent them at the highest c…
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Episode Description: Join Taryell Simmons on RISE Urban Nation Podcast as we explore the vibrant intersection of culture and finance in Africa with finance expert Ighosime Oyofo. Discover the global influence of Nigerian music, the power of positive African narratives, and the intricacies of African finance that are sculpting the continent's future…
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In this insightful episode of "Money & Racism," host Dr. Joe Burns and this week's guest, Michele Heyward delve into the intersections of financial inequity and racial discrimination. Michele begins by recounting her formative years, where a love for science and math collided with the realities of growing up in rural South Carolina. She reveals her…
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Introduction to La’Vista Jones: From corporate professional to celebrated coach and entrepreneur. Insights into "The BOSS™ Shift": Unveiling the blueprint for success and self-preservation. Strategies for leveraging systems and automation to enhance business operations. The significance of self-care in sustaining entrepreneurial success and persona…
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Have you ever felt like your voice is lost in the crowd, or struggled to advocate for your own needs? Professor Alexandra Carter joins us to illuminate the pathways to empowerment through the art of negotiation and self-advocacy. Drawing from her rich experience as a Columbia Law professor and director of Mediation Clinic, Professor Carter shares h…
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Dive into the complex history of America's drug war with George Fisher, former Massachusetts Attorney General and acclaimed scholar of criminal law. In his latest book, "Beware Euphoria," Fisher explores the moral and racial dimensions of drug prohibition, challenging conventional narratives. Join the conversation on Stanford Legal as Fisher discus…
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In this episode of Money & Racism, we're joined by agricultural education consultant Nia Kiara Cole. Together, we unpack the historical and current challenges that black and brown farmers face, from access to land to systemic discrimination in lending practices. We explore the intergenerational trauma rooted in the loss of land and culture and the …
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In her first solo episode, Host Steph Stock sparks conversation about the sudden rise in popularity in Country Music. Listen as Steph shares her personal connection to both genres, asks thought provoking questions about what’s next for music and music festivals and shares her predictions, excitement and anxieties about the mixing of two popular mus…
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Introduction to CJ Stewart, his journey from MLB to youth mentorship. Overview of L.E.A.D. Center For Youth's mission and impact. Insights into how sports, especially baseball, serve as a vehicle for positive change. Success stories and testimonials from the program. CJ's vision for the future of L.E.A.D. and how listeners can support their cause. …
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In this episode, I interview Elena Paolini. Elena shares her personal journey dealing with the stigma associated with menstruation and the physical and mental challenges that ensued. She also shares the field research on attitudes towards menstruation that she conducted in Nigeria. Eliana discusses the taboo in Africa against talking about menstrua…
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Welcome to "Money & Racism," hosted by Joe Burns. In this episode, we're joined by special guest Ant Blair to unpack the tangled relationship between wealth and racial inequality. From a discussion on the Flint water crisis to the decline of generational prosperity, Ant brings personal insights into systemic racism and the urgent need for action. W…
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