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Lukas Pairon is in this podcast interviewing researchers and practitioners (musicians as well as social and community workers) who are active in social music projects, as well as telling about his personal experiences, ideas and involvement in applied ethnomusicological research on the possible social impacts of music-making. The SIMM-podcast is launched during the February-March 2021 fifth international SIMM-posium (see: www.simm-platform.eu/planning/simm-posium-5) and is during that period ...
 
The "Who Taught You That?" Podcast was born to combat the crippling social and political impact of historically inaccurate, culturally incompetent, and afro-pessimistic narratives that have often led to community and cultural erasure, deficit-based perspectives, and ultimately structural harm and violence toward BIPOC folx. Recognizing that many of these narratives were learned and are currently taught in your average primary and secondary school social studies class, the hosts of WTYT? seek ...
 
Visions of Education is an education podcast where education professor Dan Krutka and high school social studies teacher Michael Milton have conversations with educators to discuss their big ideas in education. VoE also partners with the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) and associated groups to provide the latest from classroom teachers, education, professors, and researchers on social studies education.
 
We are high school teachers who want to uncover the main facts and arguments of topics taught in the history class. Our aim is to connect with passionate and knowledgeable people to enrich and extend the learning experience. We are based in Pretoria, South Africa and teach at a private school. Please post comments and questions on twitter @WilliamHPalk or @C_duPlessis or email us at highschoolhistoryrecap@gmail.com. If you have enjoyed listening, please consider buying us a coffee. Just clic ...
 
The podcast that explores what happened to the women in history class? We will examine historic and systemic barriers to women's inclusion in secondary curriculum and give educators and humans the chance to enhance their understanding of women's history. Each podcast, you will walk away with one reason why women aren’t there, something you should know, and something teachers could do tomorrow. Teachers can find lesson plans, learning materials, films, and articles about women in history on o ...
 
Cold Call distills Harvard Business School's legendary case studies into podcast form. Hosted by Brian Kenny, the podcast airs every two weeks and features Harvard Business School faculty discussing cases they've written and the lessons they impart.
 
Welcome to the New Neighborhood, a limited series podcast that explores some of the dramatic changes taking place across the country as people work to reinforce a sense of community, support young children and families, and work to build equity within communities. Each episode features emerging innovations that will create a society where all children and their families can thrive.She then closes, saying come back to and learn more about how communities are coming together to create new neig ...
 
Technoscience is a new initiative supported by the Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S) to share the exciting work being done in science and technology studies (or STS) with wider audiences who are curious about the field. In this podcast series you will hear interviews with STS scholars about a range of issues, including what the field means to them, some of its big debates, and what its future might yet be. Technoscience is produced by Laura Foster and Timothy Neale, with support ...
 
This is the show where we bring you the best tips, tactics, and strategies for using OptiChannel marketing & sales to grow your own business and boost leads and sales for your Customers too. From the top sales & marketing minds across agencies, print services providers, and enterprise marketers, you’ll hear what’s working -- and not working -- so you can be on the cutting edge without having to empty your wallet in the process.
 
This series is developed by students, staff, research centers and the faculty at the Graduate Institute of International Studies and Development (IHEID). It will host podcasts on a plethora of topics that range from research and studying to aspects of international life in Geneva and at the Institute.
 
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Depression, anxiety, and all issues related to mental health are often ignored because of negative stigma. Having lost two family members to suicide, on top of the pressure of running a business, David shares a unique perspective on what it means to manage mental health and carry on the responsibilities of running an organization. Don't wait until …
 
Meet Katie Katie is a writer specializing in customer case studies. She has written for technology and education companies and coaches of all types. In her free time, Katie enjoys baking, reading fantasy novels, and going on road trips with her husband. Katie lives in Wisconsin and thinks cheese should be in its own food group. Can you share with o…
 
In today's episode, we explore another inspiring Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) case study with ITW (Illinois Tool Works). We talk with Rosemary Matzl, Vice President of Community Affairs, and discuss how they built a high school, David Speer Academy and the impacts to the students who attend and graduate. Furthermore, we explore how the sch…
 
DeRay, Kaya, Sam, and De'Ara cover the underreported news of the week, including prison mail and forced labor, artist David Drake, and the business of editing bodycam footage. DeRay interviews writer Myles E. Johnson about Black queer representation, then sits down with Mario Rosser—candidate for NYC Council, Central Harlem District 9. DeRay: https…
 
Meet Duncan Duncan is the CEO of Littlefield, a company that owns companies such as the Littlefield Company, Paper Airplane Sidecar who are critical equity partner contributors to profit-focused companies. The engine of his company is the Littlefield Company, where they tell under-told stories by delivering scalable content for purpose-driven compa…
 
Join Savannah H. Finver and Dr. S. Jonathon O’Donnell for a timely conversation about the role of demonology in American political rhetoric. Savannah chats with Dr. O’Donnell about their interest in rhetoric around demons and how that interest translated into their first monograph, Passing Orders: Demonology and Sovereignty in American Spiritual Wa…
 
This week Kelsie and Brooke dive back into one of their favorite topics for a two-week pairing of lesser known women's stories from WWII. Kelsie interviewed author Kate Quinn. Quinn is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of historical fiction. A native of southern California, she attended Boston University where she earned a Bachelo…
 
On the 8th episode of Real Chat, Al has a chat with his new friends, Anthony and Hayato, about living in Hawaii, language learning, and more. What is it like living in Hawaii? Is it all fun and rainbows like you see on TV? How was it for a second generation Japanese youngster to grow up in Hawaii not knowing English at first? How did he eventually …
 
This week host Robby Ratan speaks with his dad, Dr. Ramesh Lakshmi-Ratan, about his perspective on avatars. They also cover his more than three decades in communications at companies like Bell Labs/AT&T, VocalTec and YellowPages. About this week's guest: Dr. Ramesh Lakshmi-Ratan spent over three decades in communications. He worked at companies lik…
 
In this episode, we talk with Janelle St. Omer, Regional Vice-President with Benevity, and discuss strategies to promote and address diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) in the workplace. We explore the benefits of DE&I both for the business and employees and the role of leadership in promoting and addressing DE&I. We also talk about building a D…
 
In this episode William discusses the neglected narrative of Dr Abdullah Abdurahman with Stephen Langtry. Dr Abdullah was South Africa's first elected black politician. Here are some of the questions we look at: · The life and times of Dr Abdullah · We discuss Martin Plaut's biography of Dr Abdullah · Are there many lost figures in South African hi…
 
In this episode we discussed the hottest new wave in "Fam, You Tweaking Couture" and the notion that inspired it, “Critical Race Theory is Racist”. We discuss CRT, its recent crowning as the supreme anti-Amurrrican boogeyman, the true reason we believe this new trend is upon us, and what we must do to continue to create spaces for students that aff…
 
Meet Brad Brad has been supporting and improving the lives of those around him for over four decades. He has brought perspective and context into every role he has had. Having been in manufacturing for most of his adult career, he has forged relationships by learning what matters to the people. In doing so, Brad was able to master the art of change…
 
After years of success in providing quality furniture at affordable prices, Swedish furniture maker IKEA is challenged by the rise of online shopping and changing consumer behavior, plus the arrival of a new leader. The company’s top executives know they had to step out of their comfort zones and embrace new strategic initiatives to stay relevant. …
 
DeRay, Kaya, Sam, and De'Ara cover the underreported news of the week, including murder rates, honor students, Ralph Northam, and healthcare for Louisiana inmates. DeRay interviews NYC mayoral candidate Maya Wiley ahead of the Democratic primary. DeRay: https://scalawagmagazine.org/2021/05/la-restricted-prison-health/ Kaya: https://www.nytimes.com/…
 
If you need to know what "works" on LinkedIn right now, pay attention to these data:Over the last 5 months, my posts received:1,272,191 total views3.03% total engagement,55 average comments p/postThe market value of this free organic reach is: $67,629.67In this episode, you’ll learn what's working in terms of views, engagement, comments — and some …
 
Meet Dave Having started his first business in fourth-grade programming bulletin board systems, working for Apple Computers as a college freshman, and then founding a computer networking services company employing college classmates while in college, Dave Stamm has been has always been passionate about implementing technology and serving people. Da…
 
Indigenous peoples have history. Though this fact might not pervade the collective imaginary in different countries, recognizing it is crucial for understanding the social processes that have shaped the current struggles indigenous peoples face in South America. In this direction, the sub-field that has contributed the most is ethnohistory, through…
 
This week, Kelsie and Brooke tackle women's Enlightenment thinkers in the west and sources that should be used as "Founding Documents" in civics and government classes. Support our work at www.patreon.com/remedialherstory Find lesson plans at http://www.remedialherstory.com Bibliography British Library Editors. “Mary Wollstonecraft, A Vindication o…
 
On the 8th episode of Current Events, Al goes over the latest news from the world of sports! Since COVID-19 hit last year, many of the major sports leagues and tournaments are starting to take place again. The main event of the summer will be the Olympics starting next month in Tokyo. However, we have some huge events taking place right now! First,…
 
In this episode, host Robby Ratan and master's student Anna Praetorius talk in-depth about the Proteus Effect and research around avatars. About this week's guest: Anna Praetorius is the first author of "How Avatars Influence User Behavior: A Review on the Proteus Effect in Virtual Environments and Video Games," and a master's student at Reutlingen…
 
In this episode, we talk with Janelle St. Omer, Regional Vice-President with Benevity, and discuss what is diversity, equity and inclusion? And how does it impact today's business and workplace. We differentiate between DE&I, explore potential challenges when applying it to the workplace and how your talent acquisition strategy can shape hiring for…
 
In this episode we discussed the false notion that “Policing Is Only Done By Law Enforcement”. We discuss this narrative, provide examples of how children endure policing in schools and classrooms everyday, and begin to discuss ways adults, educators, and youth stakeholders should hold ourselves and school accountable when it comes to the policing …
 
In this episode, William discusses the life and legacy of the enigmatic Khoi woman, Krotoa, with Professor Shanade Barnabas of the University of Johannesburg (UJ). The discussion is based on the award-winning 2017 film made to commemorate her life. Some of the questions include: What is the main storyline of Krotoa and why has it won so many awards…
 
As a general rule, more parking means more vehicle ownership and more driving in cities. However, how people pay for that parking (or if they pay at all) also affects travel behavior: when parking is included in the price of housing — when it is “bundled” — people also drive more and use transit less than when the price of parking is “unbundled” fr…
 
Meet Tobin When experts are ready to create more conversations with perfect prospects, they call Tobin at bookofexperts.com. He's been called an introverted savant with a superpower for helping you find your tribe and sparking conversations out of thin air. This new book is called Experts Never Chase, because deep down we all know that chasing unde…
 
This episode of the Geneva Challenge Podcast answers questions from the participants related to the upcoming submission of their proposals, and explores the theme and the vision of the context more elaborately. This episode is hosted by the Project Coordinator of the contest, Mukta, where she provides answers to different questions. Which one is on…
 
DeRay, Sam, Kaya, and De'Ara cover the underreported news of the week, including Naomi Osaka, AFL-CIO's police reform report, Harlem theater, NFL's race-norming, and childbirth calculators. DeRay interviews Elizabeth Hinton about her new book "America on Fire: The Untold History of Police Violence and Black Rebellion Since the 1960s". DeRay: https:…
 
Despite being someone who doesn’t “particularly enjoy the game,” cognitive anthropologist Martha Newson is drawn to football. “Football is one of the most exciting games to watch as an anthropologist,” she explains in this Social Science Bites podcast. “I’m not watching the ball go around the pitch – I’m watching the fans. I’m transfixed by them! Y…
 
Meet Joel Joel is the proud author of Formans Financial Facts, a financial management blueprint. His mission is to educate people so that they can manage their personal finances with confidence for life. Over the past 30 years, Joel has worked in corporate America and a variety of financial roles. He started in traditional financial roles in the fi…
 
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