Best Steinem podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Inspiration meets practical advice in this work-life/home-life podcast from the nation’s largest network of conferences for women in the workplace. For nearly 20 years, we’ve been delivering insights from extraordinary women, such as Michelle Obama, Amal Clooney, Maya Angelou, Elizabeth Gilbert, Shonda Rimes, Reese Witherspoon, Serena Williams, Gloria Steinem, and Brené Brown. In this series, you can expect true stories and real-world advice from the sharpest, most successful women out there ...
 
Democracy Now! is an independent daily TV & radio news program, hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. We provide daily global news headlines, in-depth interviews and investigative reports without any advertisements or government funding. Our programming shines a spotlight on corporate and government abuses of power and lifts up the stories of ordinary people working to make change in extraordinary times. Democracy Now! is live weekdays at 8am ET and available 24/ ...
 
Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. So in this podcast, Phoebe’s calling the shots. She’ll host intimate, funny and super honest conversations with musicians, actors, writers and comedians who are killing it in their fields — AND who aren’t white dudes! Stay tuned for the one token white guy (it’s only fair), cameos by Phoebe’s ball-busting executive producer Ilana Glazer, and a whole lot of hijinks. WNYC Studios is a listener-supporte ...
 
Hear stories from women who have risen to a challenge, stepped up to create change and are ready to share their experiences. Get tools and ideas for how women rise up that you can apply to your own life. New episodes every other Wednesday. From KALW 91.7FM in San Francisco and PRX.
 
Between audio books? Curious about the writers themselves? Listen to full-length sessions from the Bay Area Book Festival, where readers and writers meet each year in Berkeley, CA, to engage with their favorite authors, including Pulitzer Prize winners, chefs, and activists, to discuss writing, race, love, mystery, and more.
 
Discover the rich history of women's influence in downtown Manhattan that traces the foundation of NYC on this 21-stop walking tour, developed by award-winning nonprofit news service Women's eNews, and celebrating women's contributions to our society. Researched and written by former New York Times editor Betsy Wade and historian James Boylan, the walk highlights pioneer writers, agitators, abolitionists, suffragists, and those we now call activists, as well as three heroes who gave their li ...
 
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Democracy Now! 2019-03-21 Thursday Headlines for March 21, 2019 The Hidden U.S. Air War in Somalia: Amnesty Accuses U.S. of Possible War Crimes for Civilian Deaths Anti-Government Protests Continue in Haiti; New Details Emerge About Role of U.S. Mercenaries Kushner, Inc.: Vicky Ward on How Jared and Ivanka's Greed & Ambition Compromise U.S. For ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-03-20 Wednesday Headlines for March 20, 2019 Trump & Bolsonaro Join Forces to Back Regime Change in Venezuela & to Attack Media as "Fake News" The Torture Machine: Flint Taylor on Chicago Police Brutality from Fred Hampton to Today The Roots of Police Violence in Chicago: How Cops Have Targeted Communities of Color for Decad ...…
 
The Illinois Supreme Court has let stand a less than 7-year prison sentence for former police officer Jason Van Dyke, who was found guilty last year of second-degree murder for killing African-American teenager Laquan McDonald in 2014. The court denied a request by the state’s attorney general to resentence Van Dyke on Tuesday. Van Dyke, who is ...…
 
The Illinois Supreme Court has let stand a less than 7-year prison sentence for former police officer Jason Van Dyke, who was found guilty last year of second-degree murder for killing African-American teenager Laquan McDonald in 2014. The court denied a request by the state’s attorney general to resentence Van Dyke on Tuesday. Van Dyke, who is ...…
 
Renowned Nigerian art curator Okwui Enwezor has died at age 55 after a battle with cancer. Enwezor was the director of the Haus der Kunst museum in Munich, Germany, until last year. He was also an art critic, educator, editor and writer. He worked to put African art and artists center stage, as well as women artists. In 1994, he founded Nka, a ...…
 
Click Play below to listen in your browser. While only 1 in 5 C-suite leaders are women, only 1 in 25 are women of color. What can women of all races do to change that? In this episode, Michelle Gadsen-Williams, award-winning author and Accenture North America’s managing director and inclusion and diversity lead, shares her ideas and experience ...…
 
We kick off the new season with Jameela Jamil of The Good Place! The actress, writer, and activist talks to Pheebs about her embarrassing audition to get the role of Tahani, dealing with paparazzi in her native England, taking on companies whose ads make women feel bad about themselves, and not giving a fuck about being polite anymore.…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-03-19 Tuesday Headlines for March 19, 2019 "They Are Us": New Zealand Mourns After Mosque Attacks Killed 50 Including Refugees & Immigrants ACLU: The U.S. Is Acting Like an Authoritarian Regime by Barring ICC Officials Probing War Crimes The Military-Industrial Complex: Trump's Ties to Boeing in Spotlight Amid Probes of 737 ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-03-18 Monday Headlines for March 18, 2019 After Deadly 1996 Massacre, Australia Overhauled Its Gun Laws. New Zealand Now Plans to Do the Same State-Sponsored Islamophobia & Trump's Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric Embolden Right-Wing Terrorists Former Neo-Nazi: President Trump May Be Complicit in Growing Threat of White Supremacy A G ...…
 
Hundreds of thousands of students in over 100 countries went on a “school strike for climate” demanding immediate, urgent action to curb global warming. When New York City students rallied outside City Hall, Democracy Now! was there and spoke to some of the attendees. Today’s mass protests were sparked by 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Gr ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-03-15 Friday Headlines for March 15, 2019 White Supremacist Kills 49 Muslim Worshipers in New Zealand as Islamophobic Hate Crimes Rise Globally Anand Giridharadas: College Bribery Scandal Highlights How America Is Rigged for Wealthy & Powerful Journalist's Struggle to Find Bone Marrow Match Exposes Racial Disparity in Nation ...…
 
An extended conversation with Danielle Sered, executive director of Common Justice, a Brooklyn-based organization that offers alternatives to incarceration for people charged with violent felonies. She says that ending mass incarceration will require a radical change in the way our society approaches violence. Her new book is titled “Until We R ...…
 
Extended web-only conversation with Anand Giridharadas about his book, “Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World.”
 
Phoebe Robinson's back with a brand new season of Sooo Many White Guys - and it's gonna be fiercer than ever! This trailer is just a little taste of what you're going to hear this season. From throwing shade at Kim K. to daddy issues, we get into it! Special guests include Jameela Jamil, Vanessa Bayer, Padma Lakshmi, Roy Wood Jr. and more. Firs ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-03-14 Thursday Headlines for March 14, 2019 Regime Change Via Sanctions? U.S. Uses International Finance System to Strangle Venezuelan Economy Impeaching Trump: Pelosi Says It's "Not Worth It," But Progressive Democrats Push Ahead Until We Reckon: Mass Incarceration, Violence & the Radical Possibilities of Restorative Justic ...…
 
Speculation is growing that former Vice President Joe Biden will soon enter the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. We continue our conversation with Andrew Cockburn, Washington editor for Harper’s magazine, about what he sees as Biden’s dangerous track record, from his 1994 crime bill to his close ties with big banks. Cockbur ...…
 
Times like these call for radical ideas. But is being a radical a positive thing? And if so, why are so many radicals seen as dangerous? In the first episode of the new season of Inflection Point: RADICALS, we’ll define what it really means to be a radical, look at some of the lasting change radicals have made throughout our history, and examin ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-03-13 Wednesday Headlines for March 13, 2019 Ralph Nader's Grandniece Died in Ethiopian Plane Crash; Now He Is Urging Boycott of Boeing Jet Cheating, Bribes & Lies: DOJ Charges Dozens of Rich Parents & Coaches in College Admission Scandal As Joe Biden Hints at Presidential Run, Andrew Cockburn Looks at His "Disastrous Legisl ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-03-12 Tuesday Headlines for March 12, 2019 We Will See Trump's Tax Returns: David Cay Johnston Predicts Probes Will Uncover President's Secrets Trump's New Budget Slashes Medicare and Bolsters Military in an "Attack on the Poor & Middle Class" Justice for Stephon Clark: Protests Erupt as DA Fails to Charge Cops Who Killed Un ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-03-11 Monday Headlines for March 11, 2019 Journalists, Lawyers & Activists Targeted in Sweeping U.S. Intelligence Gathering Effort on Border "I Know No One More Patriotic": Daniel Ellsberg Praises Chelsea Manning After She Is Jailed Again Glenn Greenwald: Chelsea Manning's Refusal to Testify Against WikiLeaks Will Help Save ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-03-08 Friday Headlines for March 08, 2019 Ilhan Omar in Her Own Words: I Know What Hate Feels Like It's Time to Tell the Truth: Israeli Journalist Gideon Levy Supports Ilhan Omar's Critique of Israel Debate over Ilhan Omar Highlights New Willingness in U.S. to Question Power of Pro-Israeli Lobby Lost Children Archive: Valeri ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-03-07 Thursday Headlines for March 07, 2019 Andrew Bacevich: The U.S.-Saudi Relationship Is a Principal Source of Instability in the Middle East Bacevich: Questioning U.S.-Israel Ties Has Long Been Impermissible in Congress, But That's Changing War Crimes in Yemen? U.S. & U.K. Arms Killed & Injured Nearly 1,000 Civilians in ...…
 
Click Play below to listen in your browser. How does the science of happiness work? What’s the connection between happiness and success? And how do you test hypotheses about happiness in the real world, outside of the lab? CFW friend Shawn Achor sat down with us to explain the whys and hows of happiness research—and why his findings are importa ...…
 
This special episode features my live conversation with activist, writer and feminist organizer, Gloria Steinem and Oakland-based artist and activist Favianna Rodriguez. This special episode features my live conversation with activist, writer and feminist organizer, Gloria Steinem and Oakland-based artist and activist Favianna Rodriguez. The le ...…
 
Click Play below to listen in your browser. America’s favorite personal finance educator shares her top tips for maximizing your money in 2019, how to prepare for unexpected financial hardships, and the least-scary ways to raise your net worth. Be sure to subscribe to our new podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or TuneIn so you don’t miss ...…
 
This season I’m introducing you to the radical geniuses who are reshaping the systems as we know them. But according to today’s guest, we can all be radical geniuses by embracing a mindset of flexibility and resilience. Katie Goodman is a professional improviser and a comedian. Over the last twenty years her team has taught about 10,000 people ...…
 
This season Lauren will to introduce you to the “radical” people who are reshaping the systems as we know them--to get us closer to an equal society. First episode of the season comes out 2/13. New episodes every other Wednesday. Contribute to the production of Inflection Point at patreon.com/inflectionpoint. You contribute. We produce more sho ...…
 
As we finish up the first month of 2019 and embark upon the rest of what will no doubt be a tumultuous year, let’s hear some words of wisdom from a couple previous guests on how to be more intersectional in our feminism and what small, radical acts women and men can take to accelerate change. I’m revisiting advice that will give us hope and mot ...…
 
Khalida Brohi was a teenager when she learned that her uncle had murdered her cousin to restore his family’s honor. Her cousin’s crime: falling in love with a boy who she wasn’t betrothed to marry. Since 2008, Khalida Brohi has been working to end honor killings and domestic violence in the indigenous communities of Pakistan. Her work has led t ...…
 
Fox News has paid out hundreds of millions of dollars to silence women who were sexually harassed and assaulted while working there. The story of former Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes’ rise to power and eventual downfall is the story of enablers: people who are willing to look the other way when a predator abuses people, and who are will ...…
 
After asking the question all season: "Does all this female empowerment we’re striving for really lead to actual power?" The kind of power that puts women in charge of our bodies, our workplaces, our laws, and our futures... And asking people working in politics, business, tech and media who have a lot to say about empowerment to weigh in on th ...…
 
Click Play below to listen. If someone, with the track record to prove it, offered to share the five principles of fearlessness with you in 30 minutes—in a conversation you could listen to anywhere—would you tune in? Well, here’s your chance. We’re launching a new podcast series this month, with our first episode: a conversation on fearlessness ...…
 
What’s going on with men? Why is it so hard to negotiate the gender power dynamic in everyday situations, like work meetings? Can masculinity exist without its more toxic forms? And why can men get away with sexual misconduct---and even end up seeming like the “real” victim when they’re accused? While I’ve taken this season of Inflection Point ...…
 
Author Ruth Whippman has been studying the self-improvement industry for years. She’s come to the conclusion that empowerment feminism is, well, BS. According to Ruth, systemic change doesn’t come from trendy girl-power t-shirts or aspirational Instagram quotes. In fact, Ruth thinks the conceit that women could make equality happen if we just.. ...…
 
Click Play below to listen. Whether you lead a team or just want to understand yours better, this podcast is for you. In 30 minutes, Dr. Lauren D’Innocenzo, assistant professor of organizational behavior at Drexel LeBow College of Business, shares: • What recent research has uncovered about what makes teams highly effective • Two simple questio ...…
 
The widow of Paul Kalanithi, author of the bestselling “When Breath Becomes Air,” is joined by Rebecca Soffer, editor of the new anthology “Modern Loss,” and contributor Elizabeth Percer to discuss grief and meaning. Sponsored by SACHI - Society for Art & Cultural Heritage of India.
 
A must-see for anyone who believes they have a book in them: National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) Executive Director Grant Faulkner appears in person with coach and publisher Brooke Warner to discuss turning inspiration into a tangible product.
 
Dr. Safiya Noble was studying Library Science when an academic colleague suggested she google ”black girls.” The top search results were images that perpetuated negative stereotypes, misogyny and exploitation. That discovery was the beginning of an investigation that eventually became Safiya’s book, “Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines ...…
 
In a time when truth is ever more embattled, one of its greatest creative and intellectual practitioners releases his new book at the festival.
 
Ehrenreich has taken on the minimum wage, abortion rights, women’s lives, marijuana laws, and now, in her new book, death itself. She examines diet culture, disease screenings and all of the other practices humans engage in to ensure a long life. Sponsored by Mother Jones.
 
Ego-driven behaviors are the #1 source of drama in workplaces today, generating huge amounts of emotional waste. Some people thrive on the drama and toxicity. But for most of us, it is an unwanted distraction. How do we eliminate the big egos and frenzy from our organizations? In this session, leadership expert Cy Wakeman will show you how to d ...…
 
Women are the majority of today’s college graduates, but less than a quarter make it past middle management. And we are being paid 80% of what men make. Now is the time to change this staggering reality. Whether you’re interviewing for a new job or want a raise in a current one, this panel of experts will discuss how to prepare, best ways to pr ...…
 
These titans of storytelling discuss the power stories have to galvanize the world, create cultures and bind us all together. Sponsored by UC Berkeley Arts + Design and the Simpson Family Literary Project.
 
World-renowned Buddhist teacher Frank Ostaseski discusses the tenets of a life well lived and share simple suggestions everyone can practice. Sponsored by North Berkeley Investment Partners.
 
Are you overwhelmed by busyness? The quest to earn more, produce more, and be more can complicate the simpler, more intentional lives we desire. Author Courtney Carver knows first-hand about the consequences of a busy life, which compromised her relationships and eventually threatened her health. In this workshop, the author of Soulful Simplici ...…
 
Worry. Fear. Doubt. It can stifle a dream, hinder a relationship, or bring your life and career to a halt. But while we often think fear is a challenge to overcome, what if instead it’s an ally on the path to unlocking our full potential? Author, speaker, and artist Amber Rae urges us to “choose wonder” as we embrace discomfort, and shares with ...…
 
We all have blind spots or biases about people from other cultures, religions, and genders. These hidden biases influence the friends we choose, the organizations we join—and can influence our careers. Recognizing and braving our own blind-spots is challenging enough, but how do we ensure others are assessing us in a fair and accurate way? Whet ...…
 
These esteemed reviewers take us inside the process: Lydia Kiesling, editor of The Millions; Paul Laity, non-fiction reviewer at The Guardian; Ismail Muhammad, reviewer for The Millions and contributor to Slate and the Paris Review; and Jane Ciabattari, BBC reviewer and former president of the National Book Critics Circle.…
 
There’s a reason that women are angry. Since the founding of this country, we have been faced with men in power who are set on shutting us down, and shutting us out. Revolutionary fury isn’t just for the founding fathers. And ladies, even though we’ve been stewing in our ever-growing anger for the past 242 years, we have just begun to fight. Li ...…
 
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