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Piloted by its Oxford-educated host Spencer Klavan, “Young Heretics” explores the concepts of truth, beauty, and everything that makes Western culture great in the face of an increasingly hostile academia, media, and culture through which liberals guard the great works of the West behind lock and key to “protect” the next generation from the supposed racism, sexism, and homophobia of those that came before. "Young Heretics," in direct contrast to this, provides an open forum for exploring, u ...
 
A companion to Scott's forthcoming book about losing faith while teaching at an evangelical university, this podcast will feature former students and faculty of Azusa Pacific University. They will tell stories of racism, sexism, hatred towards the LGBTQ community, and early alt-right shenanigans. Other guests outside of the APU world will also be invited to share their experiences.
 
Fattapodden är podden där vi snackar sex, sexism och normer, på alla plan. Hur skulle en samtyckeslag funka i praktiken och bidrar porr till sexuellt våld? Vad är grejen med sexistisk rap och hur får vi barn att respektera sina och andra kroppar? Det är några av de ämnen vi kommer att snacka om i Fattapodden. Du lyssnar väl?
 
If you've ever had a job, you know what we're talking about. Being talked over. Being passed over. Being told you're too intimidating or not authoritative enough. Racism and sexism at work might not look the way it did a generation ago, but it's still very real. Jeannie Yandel and Eula Scott Bynoe break down how sexism and racism shows up in the modern workplace. And with humor, smarts, and help from some badass experts, they bring you real tactics you can use to push back.
 
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Sulha

Adar Weinreb

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Sulha (from the Arabic word for "reconciliation") is a grassroots project working to bridge understanding between people in conflict around the world, with a primary focus on the Israel-Palestine conflict. Our goal is to foster a nuanced understanding of important issues, transform the way people communicate, and inspire real-world action. Sulha is an inclusive community, we welcome people from all walks of life and all sides of the ideological spectrum. FEATURING --- The Great Debate --- St ...
 
Name 3 Songs was created to challenge sexism in the music industry and empower fangirls. Every Sunday, join us as we think critically and unlearn internalized misogyny together. Co-hosts Sara Feigin and Jenna Million are long-time fangirls with 10+ years of music industry experience. For detailed show notes on each episodes visit: name3songs.com This is a music commentary podcast based on in-depth research and the personal opinions of the hosts.
 
Kim and Dennis are two black millennials living in Huntsville, Alabama. Each week on their podcast, they discuss everything from Music, Politics, Religion, Racism and Sexism. Just two suburban kids discussing blackness in white spaces. Strong Language. New Episodes Every Thursday Huntsville Podcasts #subURBANpod
 
A One Woman show, Ms. Tonya takes you on a thrill. A multi role personality, Ms. Tonya takes on the role of a Lady, a Queen, an Empress, and a Goddess. Sit back as she lures you into a story of Truth and Perception. Imagine Theater meeting Podcast. Covering on issues from sexism to politics, from hate to love. You never know which role you will run into! Join her every week. Leave a message for the show at www.mstonya.com , where your clip might be chosen for a future episode.
 
Problem Performers is a podcast about professionals who challenge the status quo at work. In each episode, HRuprise founder & CEO Rebecca Weaver tackles a topical workplace issue, from sexism to mental health to layoffs and more, from the perspective of a “problem performer” – someone who speaks out for change or gets fired trying. Featuring special industry guests and provocative viewpoints aplenty, Problem Performers is a refreshingly honest takedown of traditional HR – and a celebration o ...
 
When we meet our childhood heroes as adults we find all the racism, sexism, and classism that our society raised us with. That's what happened when we reexamined the Nancy Drew series and took a hard look at the "American Values" that she promotes. In each episode we will banter lightheartedly about another Nancy Drew Novel, including thoughtful analysis about what social norms it reveals. Whether you've ever been a fan of Nancy Drew, or like us absorbed vast amounts of media or mystery nove ...
 
Host Jack Kammer, a long-time activist, author, social policy researcher, jail guard, parole & probation agent and journalist, knows how important it is for men and boys to have as many opportunities for happiness, fulfillment, acceptance and understanding as women and girls do. So far — for 60+ years — the discussion has been about ensuring all those good things for females. Now we have this podcast. We're talking about what we want and need, what stands in our way, and how to get over, und ...
 
You are Your Uterus is a podcast that seeks to fill the gap left by most history texts and courses. Specifically, the podcast will examine the historical roots of our society‘s entrenched sexism. By understanding these roots, the listener will comprehend current events and issues about women and their status in the community and society.
 
insideLINES celebrates women through honest, transparent, and vulnerable conversations. Hosted by two NFL wives, Atoya Burleson and Tia Avril tackle the big topics facing women today by sharing their own personal experiences and creating a safe space for their guests to do the same. They‘ll cover everything from marriage, motherhood and entrepreneurship to mental health, work-life balance, sexism, racism and more. No subject is off limits for these honest and raw conversations. They‘ll also ...
 
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Ladies Leading

Ava Thompson Greenwell

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This five-episode podcast highlights the work and personal lives of some of the pioneering women featured in the new groundbreaking book, Ladies Leading: The Black Women Who Control Television News. The discussions focus on the racism and sexism they endured while simultaneously working for more fair and balanced coverage and better mentoring.
 
You Must Remember This is a storytelling podcast exploring the secret and/or forgotten histories of Hollywood’s first century. It’s the brainchild and passion project of Karina Longworth (founder of Cinematical.com, former film critic for LA Weekly), who writes, narrates, records and edits each episode. It is a heavily-researched work of creative nonfiction: navigating through conflicting reports, mythology, and institutionalized spin, Karina tries to sort out what really happened behind the ...
 
We are a non-profit advocacy association which ought to seek for the normalization of religious dissent, to educate Myanmar youths on atheism, scepticism, secularism, humanism, non-religious moralities and last but not the least anti-capitalism (socialism & anarchism). This Podcast will cover serveral topics like Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, Hinduism from an atheist perspective. We will also speak out against religious conservative values fulled with sexism, homophobia, genocidal stockholm ...
 
Four Degrees to the Streets is designed to empower anyone curious about places and spaces, not just persons with professional degrees or backgrounds. Here we will cover a host of topics, including transportation, health, housing, and the environment, through the lens of racism, classism, and sexism and give listeners the tools they need to overcome institutional barriers. Please rate and leave a review! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @the4degreespod. Or connect with us over email at four ...
 
We created this podcast in recognition that there are a number of podcasts for the American “left,” but many of them focus heavily on the organizing of social democrats, progressives, and liberal democrats. Aside from that, on the left we are always fighting a war of ideas and if we do not continue to build platforms to share those ideas and the stories of their implementation from a leftist perspective, they will continue to be ignored, misrepresented, and dismissed by the capitalist media ...
 
We’re on a mission to make life better for you in the city. Join journalist Jan Fran on the streets as she tackles the questions we need to be asking about sexism in our cities, like: How is there still a pay gap in 2018? Can a street be sexist? Has gender equality changed since the 1960s? You’ll meet inspiring guests, hear real life stories, and discover practical tips to call for justice on the streets, at work, in bars, buses and banks. If you’ve ever experienced sexual harassment, witnes ...
 
Two straight-to-the-point, college aged adults bring you a captivating look on topics like the differences in political parties, balancing your life, and dating in a hook-up culture. Both Nate and Jordyn have no filter when it comes to discussing heavy issues including sexism, politics, careers, and love. With an interesting list of jobs and life events, they come with a lot of sarcasm and definitely don't hold back what they think. Life isn't long enough to be wasted being quiet and staying ...
 
Welcome to Raise Her Up, the Girls’ Day School Trust new podcast. With 25 schools, 19,000 students, and the largest women’s alumnae network of its kind, the GDST are experts in girls’ education and everything that goes with it. Each fortnight on Raise Her Up, the GDST’s Cathy Walker interviews experts for practical advice on the most significant subjects affecting girls in the modern world as they grow into empowered women. Covering topics from wellbeing to womanhood, communication to creati ...
 
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Fight Like A Girl

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Fight Like A Girl

Rav Randhawa & Ella Heap

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“You fight like a girl”, “You run like a girl” “You hit like a girl”. Why do these phrases always assert that women hold less power than men? Join your hosts Rav and Ella for some raw, honest and at times confronting discussions about everything from sex, sport, racism, sexism, relationships babies and everything in between.
 
Three shows that try and give well rounded discussion to everything in wrestling around the world. The Wrestling Rewind is hosted by Darragh O’Connor and Dave Stephens as they take an in-depth look at the stories in North American pro wrestling from the previous week. They look at WWE, Impact Wrestling, Ring of Honor with a wry sense of humour but go deep on the issues facing the industry in North America. If it's wrestling and it's a little bit different, The Truepenny Show covers it. James ...
 
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The HBO show Succession is compelling in part because it portrays a world most of us will never see: the backroom deals between cutthroat billionaires and their fraught family relationships. But the show's dark comedy also gives us insight into the world we all inhabit, and how that world treats women across a spectrum of relationships. From entren…
 
For various experts, Storm Alex, which ravaged south-eastern France in October 2020, was a "weather bomb". In the area north of the city of Nice, torrential rain burst the banks of rivers. Entire houses were swept away in the current, sometimes with their owners inside. The 2,000 inhabitants of the village of Tende – perched high in the Roya valley…
 
Its dark depiction of high school life had some critics concerned that "Euphoria" delved a little too deep into some troubling themes. As the series' second season hits screens, Yena Lee tells us why the Zendaya-fronted show makes for a stylish exploration of contemporary struggles with drug use and sexuality, and how it does not shy away from comp…
 
IN THE PRESS – Friday, January 21: We look at the Brazilian papers' reactions to the death of national icon and samba diva Elza Soares at 91. Many papers are reacting to growing tensions in Ukraine as the threat of a Russian invasion looms. There's focus also on Vladimir Putin and his quest to reclaim Russia's lost glory. Finally, the famous M&Ms c…
 
The telecoms and aviation industries went head to head in the United States this week over 5G, a technology that's constantly finding itself the subject of controversy. Just as AT&T and Verizon began switching on their 5G masts, major US airlines warned of a "catastrophe" should the network interfere with planes' ability to land. FRANCE 24's Techno…
 
With its majestic fortress surveying the- land below, Jodhpur embodies all the splendour of Rajasthan, the land of kings in northwestern India. Founded in the 15th century, the mythical city is also nicknamed the Blue City because of the many houses that proudly display the colour. They are painted and repainted in blue every year, according to an …
 
The online world is increasingly an integral part of our lives, especially with the arrival of the metaverse. The world of fashion is eagerly eyeing up how the metaverse can be a place where we construct parallel identities, complete with digital wardrobes. But at what price? We get some answers from designer Julien Fournié, psychiatrist Serge Tiss…
 
In a special edition, we're focusing on a significant global trend; the ongoing decline in birth rates. In 2017, research by the University of Washington found an ongoing decrease in fertility rates globally meant almost every country could have shrinking populations by the end of the century and that 23 nations – including Spain and Japan – could …
 
On January 13, in the first European trial against a high-ranking Syrian regime official, a former senior intelligence officer was sentenced to life in prison in Germany for crimes against humanity. Former head of interrogation at a detention centre in Damascus, Anwar Raslan was found guilty on 4,000 counts of torture and the murder of 27 detainees…
 
Streaming giant Netflix says it's bracing for slower-than-expected growth this year, a development that saw its share price plummet. As FRANCE 24's Cole Stangler explains, it's not the only firm that's struggled to keep up momentum after booming in the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, when millions of people were on lockdown.…
 
In tonight's edition: An unknown number of people are killed in Ghana in a huge explosion that razed hundreds of buildings to the ground. The blast was caused by a truck carrying explosives which collided with a motorcycle. Also, at least 29 people in Liberia, including 11 children and a pregnant woman, have died in a stampede of worshippers at a C…
 
Today marks one year since President Joe Biden took office. His most immediate challenge was the pandemic, but he also promised action on climate, racial equity, and infrastructure. One year later, NPR correspondents Kelsey Snell and Tamara Keith take stock of Biden's accomplishments and shortfalls. In participating regions, you'll also hear a loca…
 
Is he living on borrowed time, or does Boris Johnson's brand of populism make the British PM scandal-proof? It's certainly not great optics when a Tory MP crosses the aisle to join the Labour opposition benches during Prime Minister's Questions, but that seems to have at least stalled a backbench revolt against Johnson for now. We ask why, and whet…
 
The robotics startup Exotec has become France's 25th unicorn company, valued at $2 billion after its latest fundraising round. The firm makes robots for e-commerce depots, and counts big names like Carrefour, Uniqlo and Decathlon among its customers. Exotec's CEO Romain Moulin told FRANCE 24 the inspiration for the company actually came from online…
 
The prestigious campus of the Cité Universitaire Internationale in Paris is a gateway to the City of Lights for students from around the world. It's made up of a patchwork of international residences – including the Hellenic Foundation, a little slice of Greek history in the French capital. Our reporters take us on a guided tour.…
 
What makes gruyère unique? The mild, smooth and nutty cheese is a staple in Switzerland and France. Like many beloved cheeses, it’s highly protected. In France and Switzerland, to be able to call their cheese "gruyère", producers have to follow strict production rules. French and Swiss gruyère makers had hoped to extend this exclusive right to the …
 
The rollout of 5G service may seem like a great thing to device lovers, but for some international airlines it's a major worry. This week, American phone carriers AT&T and Verizon agreed to a partial delay in activating their 5G networks in the US over safety concerns. For more, we speak to technology policy expert Roslyn Layton.…
 
Nefertiti Austin’s son was 6 yrs old when she realized he’d “have to learn that his race and gender could get him killed,” she writes in Motherhood So White: A Memoir of Race, Gender, and Parenting in America. That’s not a lesson white boys have to learn, and that’s one consequence of living in a country where motherhood is so white. As Nefertiti p…
 
Points worth noting in this episode: Poverty in the 19th Century was a moral cause of insanity. Lactational insanity Poverty is considered to be "The fault of the poor person." Florence Nightingale and her semi-autobiography, Cassandra Britney Spear's thirteen-year Conservatorship produced four albums, a global tour, a four-year residency in Las Ve…
 
Federal data released last week showed more than 101,000 Americans died of drug overdoses in a one-year period. This was partly due to the pandemic and disruptions to treatment, as well as a surge in methamphetamine and fentanyl use. But there is some positive news. A recent study on recovery success, co-authored by Dr. David Eddie, shows that thre…
 
Having a baby is supposed to be a joyous time, despite the sleep deprivation and constant crying.But for many women, it can be a dark time. We know one in six suffer post partum depression, but there's another condition that affects women during this period that you may not have heard of.It's called post-partum psychosis. It's rare, but for those w…
 
The conflict in Gaza is something we're used to seeing on the news, but now, events in the Palestinian territory are popping up on the small screen as fiction. Following the success of hit Israeli shows like "Fauda", Hamas is throwing itself into television production, with a series to tell its side of the story. We take a closer look.…
 
This week on Raise Her Up: youtube, education activist and visionary Vee Kativhu on being empowered, overcoming adversity and living life with passion and purpose. We are grateful to Vee for sharing her story, including her experiences as a victim of racism. It can be hard for people to talk about the racism they’ve suffered, and we’re grateful to …
 
During his time in office, former President Donald Trump embraced a Christian nationalist stance; the idea that the U.S. is a Christian country and should enforce those beliefs. Now, despite being out of office for nearly a year, those beliefs continue to spread. NPR correspondent John Burnett reports on the growing movement of Christian nationalis…
 
It's the year of our Lord 2022 and Spencer Klavan is here to spoil your fun. Not really, but since the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become such an enormous cultural touchstone, it makes sense to ask: where do its ideas come from? In this episode of Young Heretics, Spencer Klavan takes a deep dive into the multiverse, an ancient concept that is now…
 
Located in Paris's famed Montmartre district, the Moulin Rouge is the most famous cabaret in the world and has entertained revellers for 120 years. Home to the French cancan, it recruits the best dancers, who wear the best costumes. Each show requires 1,000 costumes at a budget of €4 million. Some of them are the most expensive in the world, due to…
 
Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister Mukhtar Tileuberdi granted an interview to FRANCE 24. Earlier this month, peaceful protests against a hike in energy prices in Kazakhstan sparked a brutal crackdown, backed up by military support from Russian-led troops. The official death toll stands at 225, but human rights groups believe it to be much higher. Tileub…
 
The birth rate in the world's most populous country, China, has fallen for a fifth consecutive year to hit a record low. The population is ageing and the workforce is shrinking. Despite ending the decades-long one-child policy, the baby boom officials had hoped for never materialised. These rapidly changing demographics foreshadow a crisis that cou…
 
If APU knew that it was directly responsible for the deconstruction of conservative, white men, it would lose a lot of sleep. BJ Karlik is a physical therapist in Colorado Springs who now identifies as an atheist. He credits APU's Bible classes for his deconstruction, and his story obliterates the current narrative from famous Evangelical pastors w…
 
Hosts Atoya Burleson and Tia Avril are feeling nostalgic on the insideLINES Podcast! First up, the ladies take on your questions in the “Asking for a Friend'' segment! Tia and Atoya answer your questions on Drake and the alleged hot sauce fiasco, what’s an appropriate length of stay at a friend’s house, and if they still believe in traditional gend…
 
More people are hospitalized with COVID than at any point in the pandemic. But the omicron variant is also causing more Americans to tune out the pandemic and turn away from public health measures right when they're needed most. NPR's Yuki Noguchi reports. Even some vaccinated and boosted Americans are ready to move on from COVID, writes Derek Thom…
 
Dan Saladino explores keto to understand the appeal of this low carb way of eating. Featuring Gary Taubes (book) The Case for Keto), GP Dr David Unwin, Anna Tebbs (The Green Chef), Prof. Mike Lean (Glasgow University), Panagiotis Kottas (KeOntrack) and Prof. Helen Cross (Great Ormond Street Hospital). Produced and presented by Dan Saladino.…
 
While R&B has been intertwined into popular music seamlessly in recent years, the women who pioneered the genre haven’t received the same recognition as the pop stars who were inspired by them. Artists like Brandy (aka the vocal bible) and Lauryn Hill (the first black woman to win Best New Artist at the 1999 Grammys) have had their share of fame, b…
 
Americans' trust in both their government and in each other is declining. That's according to the Pew Research Center, who have been collecting this data for decades. Researchers Bradley Jones and Katerina Eva Matsa discuss how and why Americans are losing trust in two critical institutions: elections and news media. Then, Eric Liu, the co-founder …
 
In this episode we interview Andrew J. Douglas and Jared A. Loggins to discuss their recently published book, Prophet of Discontent: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Critique of Racial Capitalism. Andrew Douglas is a professor of political science and a faculty affiliate in Africana studies and international comparative labor studies at Morehouse Col…
 
Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the U.S. is planning "things that we have not done in the past" if Russia invades Ukraine. His comments follow days of diplomatic talks and a deadlock on resolving the crisis brewing along the Ukraine-Russia border, where Russia has massed 100,000 troops with tanks and artillery. Blinken speaks to NPR's Mary L…
 
As the fate of Novak Djokovic hangs in the balance, the ball is now in the court of an Australian appeals judge. This comes after the country's immigration minister revoked the 34-year-old Serb's visa on public interest grounds, three days before the start of the Australian Open. The defending champion is still practicing, but the wagons are circli…
 
He's known as the father of French theatre, but the influence of Molière goes well beyond France. His impact is still felt today all over the world. To mark the 400th anniversary of the famed playwright's birth, we speak to Georges Forestier, professor at the Sorbonne and a specialist in the works of Molière. We also take you on a tour of Molière's…
 
The men on death row in Allan B. Polunsky Unit, a maximum security prison in southeastern Texas, spend most of their time in solitary confinement, isolated from each other. Now, a prison radio station is giving them a sense of community and a way to be heard. Keri Blakinger talks about how it started and the impact it's had. Read her piece "The Pri…
 
Sports and masculinity have long been intertwined. For a long time, boys and men were the only ones who were allowed to play sports. Athletic fields and locker rooms were seen as places where boys became men. We’ve seen where that can lead. We’ve seen little boys & teenagers told to “man up!”, “rub some dirt on it” and play past the pain. We’ve hea…
 
Many public spaces across the country now require negative COVID-19 tests for entry. But the cost of testing can vary widely, and some say they have had to spend hundreds of dollars to purchase tests. Adam Tanner explains some of the reasons for the drastic difference in at-home test prices. Read his piece 'How Much Should It Cost to Get Tested for…
 
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