Best Reproductive Rights podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Each Thursday, the staff of NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio discuss reproductive rights, health care policy, and sexual politics.
 
The Electorette: A new podcast about politics, intersectionality and feminism. The Electorette features interviews and conversations with the women leading the resistance. They are passionate about equality, voting rights, climate change, access to healthcare & reproductive rights and all issues that make a healthy democracy.
 
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Reality Cast
Weekly
 
Injecting truth in the sexual and reproductive health debate.
 
Hey!! I’m Eka, a visually impaired girl from Indonesia. This podcast is spoken in English. But just in case you wanna listen to my another podcast spoken in Bahasa Indonesia, just find me Nongkrong Cantik”. Generally we talk about the life of the blinds such as accessibility, addaptive technology, love, family, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and stuff. But we also discuss news, diary of today, role models, disability corner, crazy stuff, talking Indonesia and stuff. So come join m ...
 
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RJ Court Watch
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News, commentary, analysis and investigative reporting on reproductive and sexual health, rights and justice issues.
 
The London School of Economics and Political Science public events podcast series is a platform for thought, ideas and lively debate where you can hear from some of the world's leading thinkers. Listen to more than 200 new episodes every year.
 
Emmy Award—winning producer, actor, and comedian Larry Wilmore is back on the air, hosting a podcast where he weighs in on the issues of the week and interviews guests in the worlds of politics, entertainment, culture, sports, and beyond.
 
Audio files from LSE's programme of public lectures and events, for pdf documents see the corresponding audio & pdf RSS feed, or Atom feed.
 
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Feminist Current
Monthly
 
Canada's leading feminist website.
 
The Podcast about African History, Culture, and Politics
 
Latest 100 audio files from LSE's programme of public lectures and events, for more recordings and pdf documents see the corresponding audio & pdf RSS feed, or Atom feed.
 
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Latino Rebels Radio
Weekly+
 
Humor, commentary and analysis of the US Latino world. Engaging traviesos.
 
CBC Radio's The Sunday Edition is a lively three-hour program of conversation, documentaries and music. Michael Enright, an accomplished journalist and broadcaster, is the host and tackles everything ...
 
The Podcast about African History, Culture, and Politics
 
The London School of Economics and Political Science public events podcast series is a platform for thought, ideas and lively debate where you can hear from some of the world's leading thinkers. Listen to more than 200 new episodes every year.
 
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At Liberty
Weekly
 
At Liberty is a weekly podcast from the ACLU that explores the biggest civil rights and civil liberties issues of the day. Join ACLU attorney Emerson Sykes as he and guests try to make some sense of what’s going on in our country. A production of ACLU, Inc.
 
Human stories, historical context and dissenting voices you won’t hear elsewhere. Covering movements fighting for important social justice issues of our time. Producers Monica Lopez, Anita Johnston, and Salima Hamirani, join with our community storytelling fellows and freelancers from around the world bring you nuanced, sound-rich radio.Let’s look behind the headlines to hear intersectional analysis, and stories of hope-filled grassroots community building from our people of color, queer, wo ...
 
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Global Focus
Monthly
 
A weekly programme looking at issues challenging our assumptions and way of life across all the continents. This as the world is going through deep and rapid changes.
 
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Century Of Lies
Weekly
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
The Podcast about African History, Culture, and Politics
 
Barry and Lucas want to make you feel better about the world, by smoking some weed and having a free-flowing conversation with interesting people who want to save us. It’s NPR on weed.
 
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LSE Podcasts
Daily
 
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is one of the foremost social science universities in the world.LSE is a specialist university with an international intake and a global reach. Its research and teaching span the full breadth of the social sciences, from economics, politics and law to sociology, anthropology, accounting and finance. Founded in 1895 by Beatrice and Sidney Webb, the School has an outstanding reputation for academic excellence. LSE has 16 Nobel prize wi ...
 
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Praxis
Monthly
 
A weekly radio show and podcast produced in Spokane, WA that focuses on social change theory and practice through historical analysis and interviews with activists and organizers about their work.
 
People For the American Way’s new podcast, “The Progressive Happy Hour,” is all about talking politics with pop culture, organizing with attitude, and the Constitution with a couple of cocktails. Every week hosts Christin “Cici” Battle, director of PFAW’s Young People For Action, and Drew Courtney, PFAW’s vice president for communications and research, discuss the big stories of the day and strategize about ways to create the America we want.
 
Listen to the sermons preached at Westmoreland UCC.
 
Teens from around the world discuss politics, from immigration policy to recent Trump news, on this biweekly podcast.
 
NCPR provides locally-produced news stories from around the Adirondack and North Country regions of New York State, as well as Western Vermont, and Ontario and Quebec in Canada.
 
A show about human rights coming to you every week from the Cambridge Centre of Governance and Human Rights. Tune in each week as our panel explores the rights and wrongs of contemporary politics, joined by fascinating guests from the University of Cambridge and around the world.(All rights reserved, so to speak. Our theme song, "Relative Dimensions", was created by the artificial intelligence at JukeDeck.)
 
Each month, the editors of Lady Science Magazine and guests take a deep dive into women and gender in the history and popular culture of science.
 
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Texas Matters
Weekly
 
Texas is a big state with a growing, diverse population and as the population grows, the issues and challenges facing its residents multiply. Texas Matters is a statewide news program that spends half an hour each week looking at the issues and culture of Texas.
 
KUNM's Public Health New Mexico reporting project provides in-depth, investigative and continuous coverage of public health in New Mexico, with an emphasis on poverty. For all articles and web exclusive content, go to publichealthnm.org
 
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At Open Society
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At Open Society is a video series highlighting the people and ideas that are inspiring our work—and changing the world. Brought to you by the Open Society Foundations, working to build vibrant and tolerant democracies whose governments are accountable to their citizens.
 
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Health Autonomy
Rare
 
This way of life is a war against our bodies. The air polluting our lungs, our breast milk filled with toxins, and our mental angst driving us to suicide. Proposed health cuts increase our general precarity in relation to a failing health system, a health system that fundamentally furthers our objectification and dependency on capital. Therefore the steps we make to gain and share skills and develop subterranean practices of care can return some of the agency we’ve lost to the professionaliz ...
 
Our Maryland believes in a more progressive Maryland. We believe that in order to affect progressive changes in public policy, we must first shift public opinion.As the state’s largest online progressive multi-issue education and advocacy organization, Our Maryland acts as a year-round communications hub that promotes progressive ideals and policies, organizes against conservative policies, and strives to hold our elected officials accountable. We're fighting for social justice, economic fai ...
 
A collection of public lectures either given at, or by members of, the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge.
 
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Big Time Dicks
Weekly
 
A distinctly new Jezebel podcast hosted by Joanna Rothkopf and Prachi Gupta who give you a fresh perspective on politics through an examination of the big time dicks behind the policy affecting our lives. This podcast is an approachably humorous tour of serious issues.
 
ER Doctor and Author of THE BOND, THE PACT, and LIVING AND DYING IN BRICK CITY
 
Podcast by Capacity Building Team at API Wellness
 
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Dr. Tressie McMillan Cottom discusses her new book of essays "Thick: And Other Essays." Dr. Cottom is an assistant professor of sociology at Virginia Commonwealth University. Her work has been featured by the Washington Post, NPR’s Fresh Air, The Daily Show, the New York Times, Slate, and The Atlantic, among others. Learn more about your ad cho ...…
 
We spent a few days in DC last week and had the chance to speak with Mario Lopez of the Hispanic Leadership Fund. Lopez has been an outspoken critic of Trump's immigration policy, but he also shares why he thinks the Republican Party can help the Latino community.
 
The documentary “Cities of Sleep” explores the world of insurgent sleeper communities, as well as the infamous 'sleep mafia' in Delhi. Filmmaker Shaunak Sen and Cambridge PhD candidate Shreyashi Dasgupta join us to discuss the intersection between urban development, changing societies, city life and communities experiencing homelessness.…
 
The documentary “Cities of Sleep” explores the world of insurgent sleeper communities, as well as the infamous 'sleep mafia' in Delhi. Filmmaker Shaunak Sen and Cambridge PhD candidate Shreyashi Dasgupta join us to discuss the intersection between urban development, changing societies, city life and communities experiencing homelessness.…
 
Covering the movements, issues and people fighting for some of the most important social justice issues of our time. Hosted by Marie Choi, Monica Lopez, RJ Lozada and Anita Jonhson.Sign up for program alerts and sneak peeks from Making Contact at http://ow.ly/1FkV30aq1z2
 
Covering the movements, issues and people fighting for some of the most important social justice issues of our time. Hosted by Marie Choi, Monica Lopez, RJ Lozada and Anita Jonhson.Sign up for program alerts and sneak peeks from Making Contact at http://ow.ly/1FkV30aq1z2
 
This week, we hear from the DPA's Michael Collins about opposition to the nomination of William Barr as US Attorney General, from IPS's Sanho Tree about the folly of a border "wall," and from Compassionate Oregon's Anthony Taylor about the state of marijuana legalization.
 
The 86th Texas Legislature is underway and many are wondering if this is the session when overdue repairs are made to the Public Information Act, including one loophole that helps police departments hide what happens when a suspect dies while in custody.By dmdavies@tpr.org (David Martin Davies).
 
As the 86th Texas Legislature begins, many are wondering if this is the session when overdue repairs are made to the state's damaged public information act. This includes a law dubbed the "Dead Suspect Loophole." We talk to the family of an 18-year-old who died while in custody of the Mesquite Police Department. They were told they could not ga ...…
 
After forcing out Jeff Sessions last November, President Trump nominated William Barr to fill Sessions’ role as head the Justice Department. Barr’s confirmation hearings were held this week, and were scrutinized by politicians and progressive activists alike. In the January 18 episode of “The Progressive Happy Hour,” cohosts Cici Battle and Dre ...…
 
MICHAEL PODCAST LINKS 0:11 MICHAEL'S ESSAY 0:37INTERVIEW: Alberta Anger 4:56MAIL: OVERTOURISM 40:18DOC:Wrist Wars 47:18 INTERVIEW: Sleepy Stories 1:22:09MAIL: CARE GIVERS 1:37:02DOC: Hana's Suitcase 1:42:01
 
(Jan 18, 2019) The New York State Legislature has announced it will hold hearings on Feb. 13 about sexual harassment in state government.
 
(Jan 18, 2019) Polka music, a flannel party and local films are part of the fifth annual Snowtown Film Festival in Watertown starting Thursday, January 24. The festival will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Dulles State Office Building. It includes more than 40 films, filmmaker panels, Fritz’s Polka Band, a short film competition an ...…
 
(Jan 18, 2019) In the last few years, Waddington, NY has blown up in the bass-fishing world. The small village in St. Lawrence County has become a popular host of the professional Bassmaster Elite tournament, bringing tens of thousands of spectators and millions of dollars in revenue to the North Country. Now Waddington has another reason to br ...…
 
As the federal government partial shutdown continues, we travel to DC and chat with Cristina Jiménez of United We Dream about the current immigration debate and how immigrant rights groups like hers are gearing up for what will appear to be yet another tumultuous political year, both in our nation's capital and on the 2020 election trail.…
 
A raft of new state and federal laws are seeking to stop people from participating in political boycotts aimed at the state of Israel. ACLU attorney Brian Hauss has challenged these laws across the U.S., and just this month argued against one in Arkansas. He joins Emerson Sykes — At Liberty’s new host! — to discuss what exactly this all means a ...…
 
(Jan 17, 2019) Unlike frogs, turtles don't hibernate through the winter. In fact, sometimes you can see snappers and other species moving around under the ice. While their metabolism runs at very low ebb in the cold, they remain alert to changes in light and temperature that signal the coming spring. How do they survive without oxygen? As Paul ...…
 
(Jan 17, 2019) After a year-and-a-half of construction, Adirondack Health, the health care provider for the Tri-Lakes area, has finished a new home for its services in Lake Placid, including a bunch of new ones like a fitness center and pool.
 
(Jan 17, 2019) The New York State Legislature has been more active during the first few days of the session than it has in many years. On Monday, both houses of the Legislature got together and approved matching bills to expand voting in the state beyond just Election Day to 11 full days.
 
Jessica Salans is one of the founders of Ground Game LA, an organization that grew out of her 2017 campaign for LA city council. She is now a field manager for the city councilman in the 11th district of Los Angeles. We'll talk about homelessness, what constituents really look like, and whether or not to watch Welcome to Marwen.…
 
(Jan 16, 2019) Gov. Cuomo is setting off a potential fight over school aid. He is proposing a one billion-dollar increase in school aid, around half of what is recommended by the State Board of Regents, and he wants to rethink school equity.
 
(Jan 16, 2019) Governor Andrew Cuomo doubled down on his support for the SAFE Act during yesterday's budget address. He said yesterday marked the law's sixth anniversary.
 
(Jan 16, 2019) It was a busy day at the state Capitol. The New York State Legislature for the first time granted civil rights to transgender New Yorkers.
 
(Jan 16, 2019) Governor Andrew Cuomo laid out an ambitious liberal agenda for the first one hundred days of his third term. During his annual budget address Tuesday in Albany, the Democrat called New York “the most socially progressive state in the nation.\"
 
(Jan 16, 2019) Trail builder and trail crew leader Rebecca Kambic originally told stories of her work at our Long Lake at Work: Live! event in August of 2018, and was one of the storytellers at North Country at Work\'s final event of the year, North Country at Work: Live!, held at the Adirondack State Theater in Tupper Lake on December 18, 2018.…
 
Host Taylor Weech interviews Sandy Williams, editor of Black Lens News, about four years in business with the paper, her years of activism leading up to this, her work with Spokane Community Against Racism (SCAR) and the in-the-works Carl Maxey Center here in Spokane, WA. For more information on the Black Lens, visit www.blacklensnews.com.For m ...…
 
(Jan 15, 2019) You have 23 more minutes of light now than at the winter solstice. Venus is sinking in the sky. The waning crescent moon will be in between Venus and Jupiter by the end on the month. We have a full lunar eclipse coming with the January full moon Sunday night beginning about 10:30 pm and reaching totality just before midnight. Jan ...…
 
(Jan 15, 2019) The Senate and Assembly are approving measures to expand the window in which New Yorkers can vote in elections, from one day to 11 days. The action comes at the start at what is anticipated to be a busy week at the State Capitol that includes the release of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s budget plan.…
 
Public education is the top issue as state lawmakers begin their 60-day session on Tuesday, and there’s oil and gas money to spend.By hannahcolton@kunm.org (Hannah Colton).
 
In this episode we discuss the experiences of US asylum seekers from all over the world, the conditions they face and our broken asylum process. Joan Hodges-Wu Founder & Executive Director of the Asylum Seekers Assistant Project (A.S.A.P.) and immigration attorney Anam Rahman who is also on the board of the Asylum Seekers Assistant Project join ...…
 
In this episode we discuss the experiences of US asylum seekers from all over the world, the conditions they face and our broken asylum process. Joan Hodges-Wu Founder & Executive Director of the Asylum Seekers Assistant Project (A.S.A.P.) and immigration attorney Anam Rahman who is also on the board of the Asylum Seekers Assistant Project join ...…
 
Texas troubadours are part of American music lore. These Lone Star bards have been groundbreakers and hitmakers since the dawn of the commercial music industry and are featured in the book, “ Pickers and Poets: The Ruthlessly Poetic Singer-Songwriters of Texas ." Craig Clifford, a professor of philosophy at Tarleton State University in Stephenv ...…
 
The Centre for European Legal Studies, University of Cambridge explores the common myths of #Brexit. In this exclusive podcast three academics from the Centre for European Legal Studies, University of Cambridge, give their verdicts on twelve common myths about the UK’s #Brexit from the EU. We speak to Professor Catherine Barnard, Professor of E ...…
 
The Centre for European Legal Studies, University of Cambridge explores the common myths of #Brexit. In this exclusive podcast three academics from the Centre for European Legal Studies, University of Cambridge, give their verdicts on twelve common myths about the UK’s #Brexit from the EU. We speak to Professor Catherine Barnard, Professor of E ...…
 
(Jan 14, 2019) The partial government shutdown drags on. President Trump is calling for $5.7 billion in U.S. tax dollars to be spent on a wall on the southern border with Mexico and says many federal agencies will go unfunded until Congress funds his plan. People here in the North Country are deeply divided on the value of a border wall and on ...…
 
(Jan 14, 2019) The Democratic-led New York State Legislature is set for a big week. Action is planned on Monday to implement early voting in the state, and on Tuesday to grant more civil rights to transgender New Yorkers. Gov. Andrew Cuomo also will release his budget proposal.
 
(Jan 14, 2019) An Adirondack composer spent part of his winter break visiting recent lava flows in Hawaii, as artist-in-residence with the National Parks Arts Foundation. Glenn McClure's goal is translating numerical scientific data into melodies and rhythms, to create what he calls a, “harmonic spirit of place.”…
 
We start 2019 with some comedy, because why not? In the first Latino Rebels Radio of the new year, we talk with comic Steve Treviño, whose new Comedy Dynamics Network special 'TIL DEATH premieres on January 22. The South Texas native tells us why it's ok to be proudly Latino and still connect with audiences from around the country.…
 
Covering the movements, issues and people fighting for some of the most important social justice issues of our time. Hosted by Marie Choi, Monica Lopez, RJ Lozada and Anita Jonhson.Sign up for program alerts and sneak peeks from Making Contact at http://ow.ly/1FkV30aq1z2
 
This week on Century, we listen to a presentation by Stefan Kertesz, MD, from the UAB School of Medicine, at a workshop entitled Pain and Symptom Management for People with Serious Illness in the Context of the Opioid Epidemic.
 
Paying bills during the partial government shutdown might be tough for federal workers who’ve been furloughed or who are showing up to work and not getting paid. Several New Mexico utilities are working to relieve some of those worries.By mayortega@kunm.org (May Ortega).
 
Among the federal agencies left unfunded by the partial government shutdown is the Indian Health Service, an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Aaron Cantú, a staff reporter for the Santa Fe Reporter, has been trying to understand how that’s affecting Native American health care in northern New Mexico.…
 
It’s been 20 days since Trump shut down the federal government, and the effects of this shutdown continue to pile up. In the January 11 episode of “The Progressive Happy Hour,” cohost Drew Courtney and guest host Diallo Brooks talk to People For the American Way Senior Fellow Peter Montgomery to discuss the immediate and long-term impacts of th ...…
 
MICHAEL PODCAST LINKS (0:11)MICHAEL'S ESSAY (0:35)INTERVIEW: OVERTOURISM (4:20) MAIL: Beckett (34:57) DOC:What's Love Got To Do With It? (41:57)Think Again: Early Risers (1:03:56)ESSAY: Revisionist History (1:14:11)INTERVIEW: The Feminist Reader (1:21:56)PROMO: IRAN SPECIAL (1:46:40)
 
UPDATE 1/11: The Department of Health now says it'll be able to stretch its funds for the WIC program through April 2019.By mayortega@kunm.org (May Ortega).
 
The Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade in 1973, establishing access to abortion care as a fundamental right. But state legislatures have been chipping away at that right ever since, passing thousands of restrictions on abortion access and targeting abortion providers with burdensome rules. Several states now have only one abortion clinic left. M ...…
 
Eighteenth century documents in French and Spanish retracing life in Louisiana have been made available online, free of charge. The Colonial Documents Collection provides a unique window into the daily life of the people – free and enslaved – who then lived in Louisiana, and brings history closer, three centuries later. “The Council declares th ...…
 
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