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Identity. Diversity. Empathy. Awareness. Service. The IDEAS Club at the John F. Kennedy School in Berlin, Germany was born of the demand that in our time of crises, in our Age of Anxiety, when democracy is fragile, when intolerance is increasingly tolerated, we must intensify our efforts to create a safe but challenging space to discuss and celebrate diversity. IDEAS is about challenging stereotypes, grappling with our biases, and tackling tough issues.
 
The Glo Podcast asks questions about self-care, deepening your sense of self and inspiring you to take action for a better world. Derik Mills, co-founder and co-CEO of Glo.com, speaks with guests about their practices and solutions for managing burnout, getting more sleep, dealing with anxiety, and becoming a better listener. We deepen our understanding of the connections we make in inner experiences that emerge from our biology, within our psychology, and through physical movement, and brin ...
 
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The Work

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The Work

Nicole Cardoza

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Welcome to The Work, a podcast created by the ARD. In each episode, the ARD team sits down with inspiring people transforming their communities. We hear the real story about the challenges they face, the adversity they overcome, and the future they hope to create. Join us to get inspired, motivated, and mobilized to be the leader your community deserves.
 
Getting to the nitty gritty of living inter-culturally. Exploring new pathways for intentionally opening our faith communities (and ourselves) to folk who not only look and sound different but also think and act in ways we might not expect. A safe space where we can both accept our chronic clumsiness and overcome our unavoidable fears as our brains and hearts encounter the unexpected. The podcasts provide a practical, hands-on approach to helping people who want to open themselves to form ne ...
 
Don’t Call Me Resilient is a provocative new podcast about race from The Conversation. Host Vinita Srivastava takes you deep into conversations with scholars and activists who view the world through an anti-racist lens. Instead of calling those who have survived the pain of systemic racism resilient, this podcast goes in search of solutions for those things no one should have to be resilient for.
 
We're a community who envision a world that's more Just, Equitable, Decolonized and Inclusive (JEDI). We're changing the way we see ourselves and each other, and shifting our worldview on business by looking through a JEDI lens.I’m your host, Rosie Yeung (she/her), a Chinese-Canadian immigrant with invisible disabilities, and I’m a JEDI speaker, coach and facilitator. Do you also want to be a JEDI Warrior for social impact? Then please join me in Changing Lenses! Each episode is hosted on co ...
 
Rethinking Possible features interviews with people who are dealing with big, global problems that are entrenched, complex, messy, and always urgent. But none of that stops them. They’ve rolled up their sleeves and gotten straight to work. How do they remain resilient in the face of immensely complex problems that have spanned generations? How do they keep going when the issues they work on are bigger than their own lifetimes? Hosted by Courtney E. Martin and Nguhi Mwaura, and brought to you ...
 
Let’s do mom life together! Creative and innovative ways to parent. Don’t lose sight of who you are while still keeping your kids’ dreams and visions first. Subscribe to the podcast to be notified of new episodes! Follow me on my social platforms. Facebook: Melanated-momIG: Melanatedmompodcast Twitter: @melanatedmom1and on my website: Melanatedmom.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/melanatedmom/support
 
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Race Unwrapped

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Race Unwrapped

Louisville Public Media

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In America, we like to think that we're always talking about race. Like the conversation is happening everywhere, all the time. But race is embedded in society in ways we don't even think about -- just like fish don't see the water they're swimming in. In Race Unwrapped, host Michelle Tyrene Johnson tackles different ways to unwrap and unpack race and identity. Donate to support this and future seasons of Race Unwrapped
 
The World Teacher Podcast sees education as the key to creating the kind of world we want to live in. Gareth Manning talks with brilliant and beautiful humans to understand the transformative social changes happening all around us, examining innovative and actionable ideas we can use to help humanity flourish. Our ultimate goal is to build a community where humans cultivate awareness, compassion, and love for Mother Gaia and all of her inhabitants.
 
Your fave podcast that explores the nuances of diversity, identity, and culture with Angelica & Inez. Our podcast acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea, and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. We recognise our privilege as migrants recording on this land and know that it always was and always will be Aboriginal lan ...
 
A podcast exploring the intersectionality of costumes and social issues. Host Johanna Pan will be joined by a variety of theatre professionals to discuss topics including anti-racism, feminized labor, decolonizing and degendering costumes, fatphobia, and more. Dirty Laundry: Unpacking The Costume Closet is an impactful, insightful, and nuanced podcast that is designed to challenge the way we think about our bodies and the clothes we wear.
 
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WHITE SPEAK

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WHITE SPEAK

Cayman Grant, Emmy-Winning Director, Writer, Entrepreneur, Inventor

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WHITE SPEAK seeks to help the non-Black community understand what's really going on with the #BlackLivesMatter movement--inspiring anti-racism, social and systemic change by answering all of the burning questions about what has led us to where we are today--and what folks can do to help and support--and how only together will we ever be able to dismantle the racial structures and barriers that are inherent to our systems and institutions. We can't let this moment pass without making real cha ...
 
This podcast is designed to engage our listeners with provocative thought and dialogue surrounding the topics of equity in education and more specifically culturally responsive teaching. The intention is to not simply tickle your ears with engaging information, but to challenge you to align your talk with your walk, move your passion and purpose into action, and to constantly engage in self-reflective activity that will not only propel you forward in your personal and professional life, but ...
 
My name is Joe and I created this podcast believing that many Americans, if presented authentic testimony of systemic racism, will support changes to achieve "liberty and justice for all". Through unscripted, engaging, and very personal conversations about America's racial issues, it is my sincere desire to help white Americans become more empathetic, anti-racist citizens. Will you join me on this important journey of building a bridge to a new America? I encourage you to use our new easy to ...
 
Disruptive Peacemakers is a podcast that features interviews with interesting people who are committed to anti-racism, racial justice and racial reconciliation. Our guests will be a mix of people who have in-depth knowledge and experience working in this area and everyday people who are at various stages on the journey toward authentic peacemaking and reconciliation. The conversations will center around how to disrupt and shatter racist strongholds in the Christian Church through the biblica ...
 
Building more equitable and inclusive relationships and communities requires a commitment to increasing our understanding of diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice in thought, and in practice. Actively committing ourselves to a lifetime of learning and critical self-reflection can show us the roles we can play in creating a better world by being the change we wish to see in it. Hosted by Social Worker, Social Justice Educator, Writer, and Organizational Consultant Relando Thompkins ...
 
Hosted by Louiza "Weeze" Doran, According to Weeze is a podcast founded on the belief that we exist at the intersection of our complex identities, politics, and socio-cultural systems! Each week Weeze engages in complex, yet candid conversations focused on socio-political and personal matters in hopes of finding a way forward in community. The only way to dismantle oppression is to dissect it, so meet her at the intersection and learn how to create a just, equitable, and inclusive society.
 
The Antiracism Book Club is a safe space to learn about what it means to be, to act, to think or to speak racist or antiracist, away from the controversies and conflicts of popular media outlets. Thus, we strive to make racism a thing of the past and antiracism the new normal. In each episode, Gyles and Vanetta Morrison, plus guests, cover chapters from popular and prolific antiracism books, exploring the key themes and messages, and how they relate to their own lives.
 
Timely issues, messy discussions on diversity, and complex answers to keep your brain simmering all week long. The [un]phased podcast is an unabashed deep dive into the complicated nature of who’s in and who’s out in endurance sports and beyond. This podcast will disrupt your normal and challenge your brain to go the distance. [un]phased, brought to you by the creators of the Outspoken: Women in Triathlon Summit and Live Feisty Media, is an unabashed podcast taking on some hard-to-discuss is ...
 
Keeping it 101 is the podcast that helps our nerdy listeners make sense of religion. Why religion? Well, if you read the news, have a body, exist in public, or think about race, gender, class, ability, or sexuality, you likely also think about religion — even if you don’t know it yet. Let us show you why religion is both a lot more important and a little easier to understand than you might think. Put us in your earholes and let us show you why religion isn’t done with you — even if you’re do ...
 
*** Named a best podcast of 2021 by Time, Vulture and Esquire. *** Each Tuesday and Friday, Ezra Klein invites you into a conversation on something that matters. How do we address climate change if the political system fails to act? Has the logic of markets infiltrated too many aspects of our lives? What is the future of the Republican Party? What do psychedelics teach us about consciousness? What does sci-fi understand about our present that we miss? Can our food system be just to humans an ...
 
A More Perfect Podcast isn’t just a podcast. It’s a solution. This podcast is an answer to the malicious forces which surround us and inculcate us with their subjective truths. This podcast seeks reason where others would embrace superficiality and the comfortable embrace of falsehoods. A More Perfect Podcast examines a wide range of topics from conditions in other countries to political and cultural issues in the United States of America. Where others would embrace partisanship, this podcas ...
 
The American experiment is unfinished. Our biggest challenge is ending the pain that racism has caused throughout our history. Stan Smith, the Ally Coach gives you the tools, insights, and encouragement needed to be an ally in the antiracism fight. If you want to use your privilege to finally end racism in our country, Antiracism in Action is for you. Support the work of antiracism in local communities by donating at the NextStepCoalition.com
 
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Facing Ourselves Podcast

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Facing Ourselves Podcast

Brandy Liebscher and Danielle Beck

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A podcast about racial justice, anti-racism, and racial reconciliation. This podcast provides opportunities for white people to develop greater understanding and responsibility regarding race and racism. We bring you conversations and resources with a wide-range of experts and leaders. Hosted by psychologists Drs. Brandy Liebscher and Danielle Beck.
 
The Shine Brighter Together Podcast is a place where we share the challenges, complexities and sheer joy of building healthy relationships and doing the heart work for Black liberation. You can expect to hear solo episodes by Monique Melton who is an anti-racism educator, international speaker and published author and creator of the Shine Brighter Together community. And guest episodes with people from different walks of life sharing diverse perspectives on relationships and diversity. Infor ...
 
Equity Outcomes presents audio narrated publications by Dr. David R. Arendale on creating a learning environment that supports all students to achieve their educational goals. These audiobooks will include topics on student-led academic study groups, Universal Design for Learning principles that instructors can use in their classroom, antiracism practices to create inclusive learning enviornments, and more.
 
Doing Our Work is a monthly series sponsored by the Greensboro Community City Working Group and Guilford Anti-Racism Alliance that brings in local experts to present and lead dialogue on concepts to help residents develop a firmer understanding of the roots and nature of racial inequity, and what we can do about it together.
 
Black History is American History, yet it often isn't treated that way. Join me in discussions about this misunderstood and ignored history with experts and friends. If you believe that America cannot address its present and move forward without understanding its history and Black people's role in it, you've found the right podcast! New episodes every 15th and 30th! Website: https://wetheblackpeople.captivate.fm/
 
Business Without The Buts is a podcast by a sassy introverted-extroverted copywriting duo figuring out how to create a more ethical economy through conversations about challenging the status quo, marketing with less manipulation, and creating action for more inclusive businesses. This podcast is for, and by, solopreneurs, entrepreneurs, and small-business owners who are ready to cut the crap and have conversations that get serious about building businesses that do better for everyone and ful ...
 
I'm Solace K. Ames—welcome to my podcast. If you're a weeaboo and listen to this podcast you might get a rash or something, hence the title. This is mainly a serious show about touchy subjects in both fandom and politics and the intersection thereof. If you have any questions or comments, please let me know!
 
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Original Air Date 1/26/2021 Today we take a look at our long history of ignoring domestic, right-wing terrorism from the Oklahoma City bombing through to the predictable actions of militia groups in 2020 and beyond. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript MEMBERSHIP, Gift Memberships and Don…
 
The world has gotten louder, even when we’re alone. A day spent in isolation can still mean a day buffeted by the voices on social media and the news, on podcasts, in emails and text messages. Objects have also gotten louder: through the advertisements that follow us around the web, the endless scroll of merchandise available on internet shopping s…
 
Truly diverse and inclusive organizations are places where employees from many different backgrounds come together and feel that they belong. This in turn creates an environment where complex problems can be solved by teams that bring a rich set of perspectives to the table. Today’s special guest is Ellen Melis, President and Head Coach of Unlimite…
 
Any parent knows that no two children are exactly the same. They each have their own style of communication, problem solving, and conflict resolving (or creating). Just like siblings, not all DEI training programs are created equally. Each program depends on the training professional’s area of expertise. If you are seeking out DEI training for your…
 
Lisa Brooks Mills has a conversation with gymnast Katelyn Ohashi about fame, a healthy mindset, body image, the importance of rest, and Katelyn’s current creative endeavors. You may remember Katelyn from her 2019 gymnastics floor routine that went viral. You may have seen her at the ESPY’s or in the ESPN Body Issue. She has been outspoken about hav…
 
Tarika is a queer, neurodivergent environmental policy professional who specializes in helping communities fight against large-scale fossil fuel terminals. Over the past decade, she helped kill dozens of proposed fossil fuel projects in the Pacific Northwest. She was a protester at the police precinct occupation in Seattle in 2020, and is a vocal c…
 
It’s been a year since Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States. And what a roller coaster of a year it’s been. The Biden administration blew past its Covid vaccination goal of 100 million shots in 100 days, only to run into the realities of vaccine skepticism, the Delta wave and now Omicron. The president oversaw an unprec…
 
On this episode of The Balance, Dr. Catlin Tucker invites Scott McLeod, J.D., Ph.D, Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Colorado, Denver, to discuss cultivating leaders as builders, working on mindsets, and supporting self-care for educators. Leadership for Deeper Learning Print out and fill out your Personal Life Wheel See als…
 
Jodie Geddes is an international speaker on restorative justice, author, and advocate for racial healing and justice. Jodie is also co-author of the Little Book of Racial Healing: Coming to the Table for Truth-Telling, Liberation, and Transformation. In addition, she co-host a podcast called Maternity Leave. You will meet Jodie (0:55), hear about h…
 
https://clinicalproblemsolving.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Clinical-Unknown-1.20-RTP.mp3 In this episode, Dr. Elliot Tapper discusses a clinical unknown case presented by Dr. Jennifer Mundell Jennifer Mundell Jennifer Mundell, MD FACP is the associate program director for Ascension St Vincent Internal Medicine Residency Program. She graduated fr…
 
Original Air Date 1/10/2021 Today, in our 15th-anniversary episode, we take a look at the years and years of warning signs we have been highlighting since 2006 that collectively predict the armed insurrection against the government as the natural endpoint for a radicalized, conspiratorial, White/Christian-supremacist, permanently-minoritarian polit…
 
I remember thinking, as Covid ravaged the country in December 2020, that at least the holidays the next year would be better. There would be more vaccines, more treatments, more immunity. Instead, we got Omicron and a confusing new phase of the pandemic. What do you do with a variant that is both monstrously more infectious and somewhat milder? Wha…
 
This week on the podcast, Shaunna and Lisa discuss the “shame storm” and the differences between shame and guilt. A question they try to answer is whether shame is actually the root of white people’s inaction around racism instead of guilt. They draw on Brené Brown’s work on shame (although, admittedly neither have read her books!) and try to tease…
 
https://clinicalproblemsolving.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/1.18.22-WDX-RTP.mp3 Emma presents a case to Dr. Yao Heng, followed by a discussion about her experience as a woman in Internal Medicine procedural subspecialty. Dr. Yao Heng Dr. Yao Heng was born in Bangkok, Thailand. She immigrated to the US in her 20’s. After graduating from the Univer…
 
If you enjoy the IDEAS Podcast, please share it. Subscribe and leave a review. Want to recommend a guest or a topic? Email Mr. Lazar. Here is the "I Have A Dream Speech" in its entirety. Here are King's five Massey lectures, from which Lazar pulled excerpts. This is how Lazar spent his King Day. He had an inspired and inspiring day. We are proud to…
 
Air Date 1/15/2022 Today we take a look at tradeoffs that are becoming ever more evident between the advancement of mass communication and social media technologies and the ways in which those advancements contribute to the degradation of social cohesion. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcr…
 
When a slave revolt in Haitian became a revolution that abolished slavery and created the first sovereign Black nation in the Americas, it was kind of a big deal. And, being a Black American history podcast, this episode is about how Haitian independence influenced and affected America, particularly Black people. Since the Haitian Revolution does n…
 
Lettie Elizabeth is a historian, educator, and advocate living in Wilmington, NC. She is also the host and owner of her podcast History Shows Us. Lettie’s passion for telling history’s truths and connecting the past to today’s racial and social justice issues is evident in the work she does. She received her MA in History in 2015, focusing primaril…
 
Original Air Date: 12-21-21 Today, I am joined by Amanda, Erin and Deon to discuss: - Empathy and the In-Group/Out-Group dichotomy - Santa's new side hustles - Races vs Racialized Groups - Representation: Who is allowed to do what to, or take what from, whom? References: YouTube burnout is real. Creators are struggling to cope ‘I am not gonna die o…
 
"Keeping It 101: A Killjoy's Approach to Studying Religion" (6 October 2021) Being a live recording of our conversation with Dr. Jenny Wiley Legath for the Center for Culture, Society, and Religion at Princeton University. Thanks to Jenny, CCSR Director Jonathan Gold, and all the amazing folks at Princeton for having us! As always, be sure to visit…
 
https://clinicalproblemsolving.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Episode-217-RTP-RLR-71-RTP.mp3 RLR are back on the podcast with 4 fascinating cases. Over the winter, they’ve been releasing a lot of cool content on Patreon. Check it out for much more RLR content. https://www.patreon.com/cpsolversBy cunhaaraujolaura
 
Nothing like a newborn and paternity leave to leave you feeling a bit out of the loop. So for my first podcast back since October, I wanted to wander through the thickets of where we are politically and how we got here. Because where we are is strange: the Omicron wave and the breakdown of the liberal Covid consensus that preceded it; a hot economy…
 
Have you ever felt like you have to do it all? Have a career, raise perfect children, Instagram your sweaty Peloton rides, make pies for the local charity bake sale… the list goes on and on. Our society puts so much pressure on women to be “superwomen” who have it all together and can manage everything all the time. This narrative is not only unrea…
 
"It's not my responsibility to educate you" and "emotional labor" are two concepts that are often found in activist spaces. While this rhetoric may sound powerful and liberating, they are are politically unhelpful. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thericeclub/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thericeclub/support…
 
Air Date 1/9/2022 Today we take a look at a few of the recent failures and challenges facing the Democratic Party in the face of an oncoming wave of anti-democratic forces bent on establishing an entrenched, minority-rule government through aggressive gerrymandering and voter suppression. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or e…
 
Continuing our series of interviews with first responders, Derik Mills chats with Erik Milosevich, a military veteran and retired police officer turned breathwork instructor. We met Erik through photographer, and fellow Glo podcast guest, Robert Sturman (episode #14), who photographed Erik and other military veterans who use yoga as a healing pract…
 
Host of the Words to Win By podcast and Principal of ASO Communications, Anat Shenker-Osorio examines why certain messages falter where others deliver. She has led research for new messaging on issues ranging from freedom to join together in union to clean energy and from immigrant rights to reforming criminal justice. Anat's original approach thro…
 
Air Date 1/5/2022 Today we take a look at a few of the recent failures and challenges facing the Democratic Party in the face of an oncoming wave of anti-democratic forces bent on establishing an entrenched, minority-rule government through aggressive gerrymandering and voter suppression. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or e…
 
For decades, our society’s dominant metaphor for the mind has been a computer. A machine that operates the exact same way whether it’s in a dark room or next to a sunny window, whether it’s been working for 30 seconds or three hours, whether it’s near other computers or completely alone. But that’s wrong. Annie Murphy Paul’s “The Extended Mind” arg…
 
Welcome to our first episode of 2022! This week’s episode is all about resolutions. The history of the New Year’s resolution goes back almost 4000 years to ancient Babylon. During that time the Babylonians wanted their crops to grow and flourish, so they made promises to the gods with the hopes that their crops would be bountiful over the year to c…
 
If you enjoy our podcasts and journals, please support IDEAS! Half of your donations will be shared with our allies at LSVD. Make a donation, however humble, over here. Endorsements: Andrea Rathke would love to see you in room B222 and endorses the idea attributed to Francis of Assisi, "Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and …
 
Benji Mathews, MD, joins hosts Kari Haley, MD, and Steven Jackson, MD, to talk about the subtle (and not-so-subtle) ways discrimination can influence the world around us. They also discuss everyday ways we can recognize and counteract unconscious bias – in both ourselves and others.By Dr. Kari Haley, Dr. Steven Jackson, Dr. Benji Mathews
 
Where’s COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy coming from? How do disparities in underserved and marginalized communities affect health equity and outcomes? On the debut episode, hosts Kari Haley, MD, and Steven Jackson, MD, welcome guest Zeke McKinney, MD, for an eye-opening discussion on health care access and community education.…
 
Original Air Date 3/6/2021 Today we take a look at the origins of race and the building of a caste system in the US based largely on the lessons from Isabel Wilkerson, author of "Caste: The Origins of our Discontent" Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript MEMBERSHIP, Gift Memberships and Do…
 
https://clinicalproblemsolving.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/RTP-TCQ-vision-loss-123021.mp3 Doug presents an unknown case of vision loss to Dr. Cherayil, Lindsey and Dan. Dr. Neena Cherayil. Dr. Cherayil is an Assistant Professor of Neurology in the Departments of Neurology and Ophthalmology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine i…
 
Original Air Date 12/15/2020 Today we take a look at the current state of hyper-partisanship and its origins. The system seems broken because it is broken and it was never designed to work this way in the first place. And what about that bygone era of bipartisanship? It's likely that was a fluke and the result of one-party dominance in the New Deal…
 
For years, I’ve kept a list of dream guests for this show. And as long as that list has existed, Ted Chiang has been atop it. Chiang is a science fiction writer. But that undersells him. He has released two short story collections over 20 years — 2002’s “Stories of Your Life and Others” and 2019’s “Exhalation.” Those stories have won more awards th…
 
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