Best Socialjustice podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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Welcome to the Mad in America podcast, a new weekly discussion that searches for the truth about psychiatric prescription drugs and mental health care worldwide. This podcast is part of Mad in America’s mission to serve as a catalyst for rethinking psychiatric care. We believe that the current drug-based paradigm of care has failed our society and that scientific research, as well as the lived experience of those who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder, calls for profound change. ...
 
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On Social Justice
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Reflections on God's Love for the Poor and Marginalized - As Orthodox Christians, we are called to act in love towards those scarred by the world's injustice. This monthly podcast explores biblical and patristic writings dealing with social justice and applies them to current situations around the world.
 
This programme is all about all things to do with social justice. Topics include such things as human rights, environmental issues, animals rights, and poverty.
 
We researched social movements from around the world that are engaged in collective struggles to transform unequal and exclusionary educational practices. These are the untold and silenced stories about ‘people power’. You will hear the stories of youth who have become student activists on college campus, parents who have become community organizers, schools that are engaged in the daily struggled to become safe spaces for their gay and lesbian students, the transnational movement for disabi ...
 
Welcome to the Mad in America podcast, a new weekly discussion that searches for the truth about psychiatric prescription drugs and mental health care worldwide. This podcast is part of Mad in America’s mission to serve as a catalyst for rethinking psychiatric care. We believe that the current drug-based paradigm of care has failed our society and that scientific research, as well as the lived experience of those who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder, calls for profound change. ...
 
The Social Justice Education Network is a collaborative multi-media platform for speakers, educators, and bloggers to transform businesses, agencies, and individuals in the field of diversity and inclusion through education and engagement through accessible media, workshops, and speaking engagements. This podcast is trying to educate the world in an accessible way on the hardest topics out there. Tune in every week for a new podcast!
 
Super Serious Social Justice is a podcast about, as you may have guessed, social justice. But it's not your average discussion of social justice. It's easy to feel overwhelmed when talking about heavy topics, and we wanted to keep it light. That's why we aim for our podcast to have you laughing AND thinking hard.
 
A Philadelphia-based podcast documenting the work and lived experience of activists, community members, leaders, students, and scholars. Each episode spans local to national. Here Philadelphia is treated both uniquely, as its own city, and representationally, unpacking the social dynamic of American cities and society writ large. For more, check out the cast's Instagram account at phillysocialjustice .
 
This lengthy political essay by noted Canadian humourist Stephen Leacock was written while he was professor of political economy at McGill University. He argues for a middle ground between individualism/capitalism and pure socialism. Listeners in the early 21st century may find this 90-year old essay oddly topical.
 
​Social Justice League is a weekly podcast that highlights the amazing social justice work being done across the country and world, while also providing actionable steps for our listeners to get involved​. Each week the hosts, Love Lee and Seamus Kirst, discuss current events and speak to change-makers ​about the inspiring work they are doing.
 
Service Roads is a podcast focused on celebrating the practice of using the law for social change. Our guests include lawyers, judges, and advocates that have committed their careers to working for the people that need it most. As one of our guest's stated "there is a major difference between Law and Justice". We're trying to figure out what that difference is, and how lawyers can fix it.
 
Online video creator Dylan Marron calls some of the folks who wrote him hateful messages to ask one simple question: why? Sometimes awkward, often political, and always fascinating, Conversations with People Who Hate Me takes contentious online conversations and moves them offline. In new episodes starting April 2nd, Dylan will moderate conversations between people who exchanged their own negative messages online.
 
Abigail Meller is an aspiring activist, feminist, and a couple of other –ists, with a passion for health policy, advocacy work, and civil rights. Join her as she discusses current public health, healthcare policy, and social justice issues on Generation Invincible, a bi-weekly podcast by a millennial, for millennials.
 
OPEN! Podcast discusses Diversity and Social Justice Diversity issues, we often will discuss current events and talk about the implications they may have in areas of privilege and oppression. Often times we'll examine our own privileges, thoughts, and feelings towards particular subjects with the intention of promoting and inviting conversations by way of our OPEN! blog located at our website, www.areyouopen.org. We encourage people to respond in blog form, or to write a blog about their per ...
 
Social Justice Tuesdays
 
Common Good is an NPO based in the city of Cape Town, South Africa. We hope this podcast can be used as a discipleship tool in equipping and encouraging Christ-followers to seek the shalom of the city. As an organisation, we focus on making a positive and lasting impact in the areas of early life, education and employment, so that individuals and communities across the city can build brighter futures for themselves.
 
The Shadow of Ideas is a journey into the world of current events, politics, and social justice through the lens of a historian.
 
In which I talk a bit about current events from a lefty/SJW angle, and throw in a bit of science news. I'm a social justice alchemist! I prepare mystic concoctions for area effects and damage over time. Pew pew! Really I'm a chemistry teacher and feel like screaming into the void. And playing guitar!
 
Comedy, Activism, Nerd Stuff
 
Super Serious Social Justice is a podcast about, as you may have guessed, social justice. But it's not your average discussion of social justice. It's easy to feel overwhelmed when talking about heavy topics, and we wanted to keep it light. That's why we aim for our podcast to have you laughing AND thinking hard.
 
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What It Takes
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Revealing, intimate conversations with visionaries and leaders in the arts, science, technology, public service, sports and business. These engaging personal stories are drawn from interviews with the American Academy of Achievement, and offer insights you’ll want to apply to your own life.
 
I believe that good conversation can create change. They can also be fun and engaging, full of insights and unexpected outcomes. And you're never quite sure where they're going to lead. Intimate dialogue assumes authenticity, transparency and dealing with substantive and sometimes difficult questions. I try to do that with Face2Face.
 
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Winning Slowly
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Taking the long view on technology, religion, ethics, and art. There are plenty of podcasts that will tell you how Apple’s latest product will affect the tech landscape tomorrow, but there aren’t that many concerned with the potential impact of that tech in 2024. In a culture obsessed with now, how can we make choices with a view for tomorrow, next year, and beyond?
 
Let’s be real. Men need to bring up their social justice game, and we believe there are men out there who want to but don’t know how. Jake and Carl don’t have all the answers, but they believe that opening up and doing a lot of self-reflection is one of the best ways for men to join the movement. Listen in while they try to model that process. Jake identifies as a cis-man, White, heterosexual, disabled (learning disability), middle class, agnostic, and is fan of Star Wars. Jake is a Communic ...
 
Kristen and Elizabeth explore our favorite TV shows, movies, and pop culture figures discussing issues relating to race, gender, the LGBT community, and other social issues. Are our faves too problematic to keep loving them, or do they get enough right where we can keep enjoying them. Join our two friends as they delve into the social implications of the things we love.
 
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Mama Bear Dares
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The Mama Bear Dares podcast explores the intersection of the Mother Self and the Other Self and, in doing so, encourages listeners to discover their inner Mama Bear and unlock her power in the pursuit of a life of love and compassion.
 
The Catholic Feminist is a podcast for strong Catholic women who want to be inspired, informed, and intentional. Each week, we interview guests on topics like poverty, missions, abortion, and how to live out your calling as a Catholic while supporting women's rights.
 
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Socialist Visions
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We discuss, explain, and debate, the visions of a scientific socialist system. Don't let the concept scare you away. Listen, learn, and ask questions.
 
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Beginner
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In 2003, I came to America with my family. Beginner trails me, a 24 year old Pakistani-American immigrant, as I learn to do the things I never did as a kid, and that are integral parts of an American childhood.
 
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The Breach
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Step into The Breach as we expose and explore abuses of power in our government. Part of the Rewire.News podcast network.
 
Inner Compass is a television interview show that explores how people make their decisions about ethical, religious, and social justice issues. Guests include authors, activists, religious leaders, and engaging thinkers from around the world. In its ninth season on PBS West Michigan and first on PBS nationally, Inner Compass is produced by Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
 
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POC
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POC (Podcast of Color) is a show about four friends of color coming together to give their opinions on pop culture, social justice, and bullshit.
 
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The Messenger
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Since March 2016, Aziz has been reporting from Manus in short 30 second bursts, via WhatsApp messages sent from a smuggled phone. On the day his correspondence kicks off with Michael, he’s already been in detention for 864 days. Aziz tells the inside story – the good and the bad – of a place that consistently features in the headlines. A place some consider a necessary product of a successful border control policy, for others, a stain on Australia’s reputation from which it will never recove ...
 
Faith And Reason® creates a space for dialogue that challenges faith and spirituality to act for justice in our world.
 
To offer another way of living by continuing the work of Jesus Peacefully, Simply, and Together.
 
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RESIST Podcast
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RESIST Podcast @RESISTpodcast is a weekly show with one-on-one interviews with on-the-ground activists, focused on giving you the info you need in concrete steps to fight back against Donald Trump, fascism, and white supremacy. Hosted by Danielle Muscato @DanielleMuscato.
 
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Naming It
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Naming It features Bay Area Psychologists, Dr. Bedford Palmer & Dr. LaMisha Hill, who explore the intersections of Social Justice, Psychology, & Blackness. They introduce aspects of counseling psychology that are not commonly thought of, and engage listeners in a conversation about pop-culture and current events in a way that delves deeper, and focuses on how it all impacts on our lives. The Mission of Naming It is to call out the elephant in the room, and to call in the voices of social jus ...
 
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Radio Free Qtopia
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For LGBTQ people all over the world, this is a remarkable moment — both making unprecedented progress and facing violent backlash at the very same time. On Radio Free Qtopia, we’ll share the stories of people working, often in the most unexpected of places, to make their communities and countries more welcoming for all, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Hosted by Ian Lekus. Find us online at radiofreeqtopia.org, follow us on Twitter @radiofreeqtopia, and like us on Faceboo ...
 
Questions: We Don’t Have Answers is a podcast that seeks to attack life’s most frustrating queries head-on in an effort to reach the much sought-after egalitarian society through the most simple yet difficult forms of education: communication!
 
Imagine Otherwise is a podcast by Ideas on Fire about the people and projects bridging art, activism, and academia to build better worlds. Episodes offer in-depth interviews with creators who use culture for social justice, and explore the nitty-gritty work of imagining and creating more just worlds.
 
Not Your Disappearing Indian is a new podcast about all the ways Native people are not going away and how America's got us all wrong.
 
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Traitor Radio
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A resistance podcast for short-attention spans. Traitor Radio combines storytelling with activism, giving people who are ready to resist the means and motivation to do so. There is cussing.
 
Organizer and activist DeRay Mckesson explores news, culture, social justice, and politics through deep conversations with influencers and experts, and the weekly news with fellow activists Brittany Packnett and Sam Sinyangwe, and writer Clint Smith.
 
winecellarmedia.comPhoenix Calida And William J Jackson are producing news and comment without corporate backing. Our friends and affiliates are Rashanii of the Single Simulcast. Ricky L.H. of Americans United Again. LQ of Blackwashed. Fallen Mathew Of fallenkittie.com. Lisa Loco, Penny Loco, Lauren Fricke. We do news, comment and discussion. We also spread our ideas in social media so don't forget to check us out there.
 
The Gender at Work Podcast is a bi-monthly podcast series, featuring diverse voices from the Gender at Work’s international network of feminist scholars, activists, and community-led development practitioners. In our informal conversations, we discuss books, articles, films, and other media that help us to find new ways of understanding our work, our institutions, our society and ambitiously, ourselves! By coming together in this new space, we seek to re-examine the resilience of patriarchy ...
 
Opening up on the conversation on the issues being debated in today’s Los Angeles. Featuring interviews with local social and environmental justice leaders, plus the kind of big-picture context you won’t find anywhere else. Hosted by David Levitus, Founder of LA Forward, and History Ph.D. with a focus on U.S. politics and urban studies.
 
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https://cantonbrethrenchurch.files.wordpress.com/2018/08/the-wine-we-choose_01.mp3 Sermon Title: The Wine We Choose Scripture: Proverbs 9:1-6; Ephesians 5:15-20 Speaker: Pastor Kevin Kessler Date: Sunday August 19, 2018 Proverbs 9: 1-6 – Invitations of Wisdom and Folly 9 Wisdom has built her house; she has set up[a] its seven pillars. 2 She has ...…
 
With William working extra hours to try to get promoted to another department, The Wine Cellar will be doing these fast action drive by episodes in an attempt to keep the content flowing to you. Thank you for checking us out.
 
On this week's episode, Love drags the new Netflix show 'Insatiable,' and Seamus discusses the exciting history being made as candidates who are LGBTQ, Muslim, women, people of color, etc. have unprecedented political victories! We'll be back with a guest next week!
 
Our 100th episode spectacular – with a look at where we have come from and where we are going. Show Notes It’s been four and a half years and 100 episodes of Winning Slowly! We pause to take a bit to reflect on what we’ve done, what we’re about, and where we hope to go from here. We also reflect on some of our craziest titles along the way. (“B ...…
 
Thank you to the homie Natalie Loco for kicking in the contribution that took care of the hosting bill. And here is our fifth NO SUCH THING AS A GOOD COP EPISODE, A week earlier than capitalsm had previously had it scheduled to drop on the feed.
 
Professor Gayatri Gopinath talks about how visual culture allows us to draw alternative cartographies and see things queerly, how diasporic communities are using art to challenge national governments and transnational capitalism, the radical possibilities of region-to-region connections across the Global South, and why mentoring queer scholars ...…
 
I think we've all gone through seasons where we want to delete our social media accounts and go live in a hut. That's how I was feeling before this conversation with social media guru Emily Mentock, but after chatting with her, I suddenly saw quite a few bright sides to everyone's love-to-hate social media platforms. Emily met her husband on Ti ...…
 
Busting still makes us feel good! This week, as promised, we cover the 2016 reboot of Ghostbuster and discuss... that this movie is actually not super problematic. It's almost like representation makes better films? Join us as we compare and contrast with the original, and talk a few themes about how this movie accurately depicts the lives expe ...…
 
Sharon chats to the Maughan siblings, Debbie, Karyn and Paul, about dignity, privilege and opening your eyes to the injustice around you.
 
DeRay, Sam and Brittany are on to talk about Spike Lee’s new movie Blackkklansman, the white supremacy rally in DC, and this week’s overlooked news. Clint joins to share his thoughts drawing distinctions between past and current waves of immigration. Oral health writer and expert Mary Otto and health care expert Ifetayo Johnson about the histor ...…
 
We're gonna be back next week all #leveledup Trashbags need mental health days too. -------------------------------------- If you'd like to honey roast someone, have any topics you'd like us to cover, any constructive criticism, or any general inquires feel free to contact us at any of the following: Email: podcastofcolor@gmail.com Website: pod ...…
 
If you’ve ever dreamed of reinventing yourself, take inspiration from these three writers. Each one followed a traditional career path before turning the page to pick up pen & paper. Khaled Hosseini, once a doctor, became author of international bestseller “The Kite Runner.” Scott Turow, attorney at law, became the master of legal thrillers suc ...…
 
The Surgoshan Blog The Ramble - Douglass on Christian villainy SC Plant closing b/c of tariffs Baltimore banning water privatization Black man fired over solidarity has no regrets Facebook cracks down on leftists going after "russians" Vasillios Pistolis SJA #4 - In which I previously covered Pistolis They did kick him out Do Republicans hate t ...…
 
On Episode 176 of the Mama Bear Dares Podcast, Leslie and Tesi sit down with the dynamic, wise, and absolutely delightful Dr. Zoe Shaw. Dr. Shaw is a mom to five, a psychotherapist, an author, and a radio host who is full of inspiration, energy, and fantastic advice.The sisters relish in their conversation about defining our unique super power ...…
 
Speaker: Pastor Kevin Kessler Date: Sunday August 12, 2018 Sermon Title: Bread of Life https://cantonbrethrenchurch.files.wordpress.com/2018/08/bread-of-life_01.mp3
 
Hey gang. So we end up putting the whole episode down on this one and then we need to get off the Alex Jones topic and come back with our news and comment for the next episodes. Phoenix Saw Jimmy's tweet and I waited for the audio to drop so we could critique/discuss it on the program. So let's get this in the can.…
 
The guys attempt a deep-dive and re-try the last episode's convo with more of a look inward as well as an eye on bandwagoning. To write in, e-mail at qnoanswers@gmail.com!
 
On this week's episode, Love and Seamus discuss Alex Jones' content being removed from Facebook, Apple, and Youtube (boy, byeee!). Then they are joined by Liz Kleinrock, an elementary teacher, social justice advocate, and anti-bias educator, who has been nationally recognized for the progressive work she is doing, and conversations she is facil ...…
 
Phoenix Calida is not well, so William goes solo with a Forbes article, and run down of Phoenix Calida's show notes. We have our Jim hightower clip and our Green News Report Clip.
 
One of my favorite parts of being Catholic? The endless supply of feast days + holidays. Too bad I usually only realize it the day after it occurred! Today's podcast guest is a writer, wife, mama, and liturgical living lover. Lisa Kirk walks me through her four pillars of liturgical living, how she stays organized with feast days, and how a cra ...…
 
You know when that Hotline Bling, it can only mean one thing... and it's that we're talking about problematic fave Drake! Performative feminism, poverty porn, and other foot-in-mouth mishaps are all on the chopping block here. Plus we honor Sportcaster Dale Hansen for calling out Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and being a progressive voice in ...…
 
Sharon chats to Brandon and Shantelle, elders in the Rondebosch congregation, about the ministry of Social Justice in their church, their own personal histories, and the intersect between the Word of God and our context.
 
Hey. Gang. Short episode here. The title explains what we're about to riff on along with a homophobic nazi that murdered a gay jewish person.
 
DeRay, Sam, Clint and Brittany discuss the overlooked news, including how white Americans support welfare programs — but only for themselves, says new research, and how federal court rules in favor of NAACP’s case and restores DACA. Beto O'Rourke, the 2018 Democratic Candidate for U.S. Senate in Texas, joins DeRay and discusses immigration, cha ...…
 
Ramble - Astrology Inaction India targeting ethnic minorities for statelessness Why women might not tell men to stop Kidnap them, yes, but don't drug them, you monster Remember, the empire exports its bigotry Better mileage is for pussies. States' rights, too. Zimbabwe not quite over Mugabe Hawaii Cruze could lose…
 
On this Mama Bear Mini, Tesi and Leslie talk about parenting teenagers in 2018. In particular, they discuss equipping kids with the language they need to navigate specific pressures of teenager-hood. They dive into ways parents can help prepare kids to say no to the pressures of drugs, alcohol, drunk driving and texting while driving, and discu ...…
 
Lindsay makes a web series that teaches young kids about LGBTQ issues. Lennox is a high schooler who wrote Lindsay a message saying the show is harmful to children. Dylan connects them on a call. Want to be a guest on the show and take your own online conversation and move it offline? Fill out the form at conversationswithpeoplewhohateme.com Co ...…
 
On this week’s episode, Love and Seamus discuss the controversy surrounding the new “Insatiable” show. Then they interview Jen Winston, who runs the Instagram account, @GirlPowerSupply, which encourages conversation around intersectionality, privilege, and keeping people fired up from the midterms and beyond…
 
Hey gang. So we have to get into the more insideious and less funny side of Mr Jones again. He is deliberately trying to get people murdered... again. He is invoking his armed and dangerous target audince... again. And I'm pretty sure that only The Wine Cellar is going to cover it.. again. We also get into Sex Worker raped and charged with "pro ...…
 
Buckle up kids, this one is a doozey. This week we're discussing modern Disney films. Issues with racism, sexism, cultural appropriation, abound, and also we realize Disney gave us messed up expectations about relationships! Plus we honor Stephen Colbert with the Surprisingly Not Problematic Award! Theme Song: I'm Doing Just Fine by Sierra and ...…
 
Bob Joseph and David Peck talk about his new book 21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act, identity, culture and potlatches, Canadian soul searching and why we’re not a melting pot. Bob Joseph, founder of Indigenous Corporate Training Inc., and member of the Gwawaenuk Nation, has provided training on Indigenous and Aboriginal relations ...…
 
Do we really need sex classification in our education system, our public restrooms, or our government IDs? How can we alleviate some of the harm that trans and gender-nonconforming people who don't fit into a binary face? How might gender studies scholars best work with community members on these issues? Episode 68 of the Imagine Otherwise podc ...…
 
You know what conversation I’m tired of? The are-Catholic-women-allowed-to-work-outside-the-home one. I explain why in today’s conversation with Jennifer Baugh, the founder of Young Catholic Professionals. Jennifer has amazing insight on being a working Catholic woman, how being a woman has helped her to flourish as a leader, and how to let a l ...…
 
DeRay, Sam, Clint and Brittany discuss the overlooked news, including how the Trump administration is attacking a crucial lifeline for domestic violence victims, and how Memphis police spying on activists is worse than we thought. Candidate for St. Louis County Prosecutor Wesley Bell joins DeRay and discusses how he wants to reform the criminal ...…
 
This week the trashbags hang out with artist Ramon Espinosa, talk about NASHE's iconic comeback and Beyonce diversifying Vogue before discoursing about POC in art spaces and Rakeem & Ramon's upcoming exhibition "Whew Chile, the Ghetto." Ramon's Instagram ra.espi.87@gmail.com for inquiries -------------------------------------- If you'd like to ...…
 
The first rule of police fight club is that you should totally get caught doing police fight club. ...of course. Hey Gang. We also have a short list of stories compiled by Phoenix Calida (@UppittyNegress on the twitter). We have our short breaks. 1. With Nina Turner reppin' for #HoodProgressives on CNN. 2. With MJ Rodriguez talking about trans ...…
 
Bedford and LaMisha were joined by Zoe Samudzi, author and doctoral student, in order to discuss the impact of the murder of Nia Wilson at the MacArthur BART Station in Oakland. During “What’s Going On?” they discuss the emotional, sociological, and psychological impact of losing a young Black woman who was full of potential. During #RealTalk t ...…
 
The look in a lion's eye, fixated on its prey... the sound of a hyena taking down a zebra foal... the tender ministrations of an elephant. For over 40 years, the Jouberts (National Geographic Explorers) have lived in some of the most remote places in Africa, capturing on film what other humans have never seen. They are in love with each other, ...…
 
A Global Village Popaganda: When People Become Internet Memes Peter Coffin: Consumer Identity = Cultivated Identity The Parable of the Shoe 270 wikipedia pages? Damn. Oh, look. Health insurance is a scam. And women have to pay. Morality is innate. And evolutionary. Dunno what to think Tribalism will kill us all May's plan falls apart, some turn ...…
 
On Episode 175, Tesi and Leslie sit down with Rumaisa Rahman Kahwaja and talk about her life's journey of learning and exploration. Rumaisa constant posture is love and compassion and the sisters love and appreciate the stories she shares about her journey to self acceptance and power. Rumaisa shares how she was mothered by a mother with mental ...…
 
Social media, forgiveness, and the saga of James Gunn
 
This week on MIA Radio we interview Dr Julia Rucklidge. Dr Rucklidge is professor of clinical psychology at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand and she leads the Mental Health and Nutrition Research Group. Originally from Toronto, Canada, Julia completed her PhD at the University of Calgary followed by a post-doctoral fellowship at the ...…
 
This week on MIA Radio we interview Dr Julia Rucklidge. Dr Rucklidge is professor of clinical psychology at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand and she leads the Mental Health and Nutrition Research Group. Originally from Toronto, Canada, Julia completed her PhD at the University of Calgary followed by a post-doctoral fellowship at the ...…
 
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