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Brian Johnson, a journalist and occasional boxing publicist, and Minnesota boxing historian Sean Strauss discuss the Sweet Science with a special focus on the North Star State. Intro music: “Ali Shuffle,” by the Toler/Townsend Band. Special thanks to Deb Toler. The full instrumental is available for purchase: https://music.apple.com/us/album/ali-shuffle/334927560?i=334927635 Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brian-johnson492/support
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The podcast that explores what happened to the women in history? And puts them into history class. Kelsie and Brooke explore historical topics they find fascinating, pedagogies, and important issues effecting women and girls. Teachers can find dozens of lesson plans, learning materials, films, and articles about women in history on our website www.remedialherstory.com. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/remedialherstory/support
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In Relevant History, solo podcaster Dan Toler examines the trends and ideas that shape our modern world. The first season is about the idea of nationalism, and how different societies understand their national identities. From France to Ethiopia, from the Delhi Sultanate to the Dutch Republic, we travel through time and space to explore the roots of cultures around the world, and how those national trends have shaped their history.
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Membran Labs is a music and tech research lab building blockchain and distributed ledger solutions that serve the music industry. This podcast is a discussion between our our developers and others from the tech, crypto, and music industries about what's on their minds lately.
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Two Brits in America
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Two Brits in America

Two Brits in America - Malcolm Teasdale and Francis Carden

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Two Brits (more specifically Englishmen) now living in America discuss the nuances of two nations seperated by the Atlantic Ocean. There is no limit to the nature of the subjects that are up for discussion. Culture, food, sports, travel, beer, monarchy, politics, language, plus tons more, will be debated and analyzed (aka. analysed). Fasten your seat belts, be tolerant, understanding, and have a laugh or two or three. The added benefit of listening to this podcast for our American friends is ...
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Every scandal begins with a lie. But the truth will come out. And then comes the fallout and the outrage. Scandals have shaped America since its founding. From business and politics to sports and society, we look on aghast as corruption, deceit and ambition bring down heroes and celebrities, politicians and moguls. And when the dust finally settles, we’re left to wonder: how did this happen? Where did they trip up, and who is to blame? From the creators of American History Tellers, Business ...
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Hearing Our Own Voice is an anti-diet, weight inclusive podcast that centers Black stories and experiences. I have conversations with Black health and wellness professionals and fat activists who have taken a weight-inclusive approach to their work. My goal is to uncover the lies and myths that get sold to us, but more importantly I want us to explore how we can filter out the cultural noise and begin to hear our own voice .
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Join Sabrina as she explores the integrity, risk, and compliance world as it applies to charities, nonprofits, and NGOs in the 3rd sector. Follow Sabrina on LinkedIn to get new episode announcements and join the conversation. https://www.linkedin.com/in/smsegal/
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TAILGATING WITH GENIUSES

Tailgating With Geniuses {Brilliant Guests, Tolerable Hosts}

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Lawn chair conversations with A-listers from the worlds of business, media, entertainment, sports and academia. The show's primary objective is to help listeners improve the competitiveness of their businesses and be more personally successful. Tailgating with Geniuses (TWG) is hosted by: Ken Schmidt, Martin Flaherty and Lekan Bashua
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Let’s build healthier and more fulfilling romantic relationships. Jillian is on a mission to teach people how to completely transform their love life, and where you start is by addressing the relationship you have with yourself. Whether you’re looking to strengthen the relationship you’re in, heal your heartbreak and choose better partners, develop a stronger sense of self, or move away from dysfunctional patterns into highly functioning ones this show is for you. Jillian Turecki is a certif ...
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What we don’t know about American history hurts us all. Teaching Hard History begins with the long legacy of slavery and reaches through Reconstruction, Jim Crow, and the civil rights movement into the present day. Brought to you by Learning for Justice (formerly Teaching Tolerance) and hosted by Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries and Dr. Bethany Jay, Teaching Hard History brings us the lessons we should have learned in school through the voices of scholars and educators. It’s great advice for teacher ...
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Sultry, sensuous short stories, in different genres, written and narrated by Sasha Damjanovski. Stories about love, curiosity, imagination, passion, submission, tolerance, acceptance, positivity, inclusivity. Exploring straight love, bi love, pan love. Exploring desires, may they be romantic or tantric, playful or daring, sweet and gentle or outright outrageous.
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Journey with me, Laterras R. Whitfield, as I discover, uncover, and recover love. From interviews with singles, married, divorcees, and maybe even those in polyamorous relationships, we promise every episode to be L.I.T. (Living Intentionally Transparent).
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Uniting the good people around the world who've had enough! Good on ya' for not knocking that persons head off, even though we both know they deserved it. And now you can "get that s*** off your chest" with theEOT CULT. Were kinda like a get outta jail free card, but pre-cog style. So use us whenever you wanna rip someone a new one, but want to skip a few semesters of Con College. Tell us "what brings you to the edge" and we will read it on the pod! -Papa Za and Phoenix-- village idiots
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Join tech luminary Tara Reed and personal finance fanatic Katie Gatti Tassin as they blend innovation and financial liberation for modern entrepreneurs. Tara, the founder of a multi-million dollar tech startup, Apps Without Code, teams up with Katie, aka Money with Katie, to deliver unapologetic insights, actionable advice, a sprinkle of girl power and lots of fun. Get ready to master your money and become your own boss. New episodes drop every Thursday.
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This Week in Microbiology is a podcast about unseen life on Earth hosted by Vincent Racaniello and friends. Following in the path of his successful shows 'This Week in Virology' (TWiV) and 'This Week in Parasitism' (TWiP), Racaniello and guests produce an informal yet informative conversation about microbes which is accessible to everyone, no matter what their science background.
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In this episode of Cubs Out Loud, it’s time for another Landscape of Relationships. Dr. Edward Angelini-Cooke returns and this time we discuss tolerating versus accepting behaviors in our relationships. Do we let the annoying Aunt Ida in? http://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/col-730/COL730.mp3 Show Topic Landscape of Relationshi…
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Chiedo and Emily Leahy discuss founder failure tolerance. -- Emily LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/iamemilyleahy 1 on 1 founder coaching: https://iamemilyleahy.com 1 to many coaching: https://founderinflow.com -- Chiedo LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/chiedo Rocktown: https://www.rocktown.vc -- Chiedo LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/chiedo Rocktown: http…
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"Judgmental," "tolerant," and "accepting" are terms that describe different attitudes and approaches you might have towards people, ideas, or behaviors. Using these approaches can have both positive and negative consequences, and it’s important to decide which to use in every situation. In today’s episode of Your Personal Power Pod, we talk about t…
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Chris talks about his whirlwind last couple weeks wrapping up his shop move and his success with gear hobbing. I share the new machine we bought, talk about my new experience at Hermle training, and thoughts on Heidenhain. Check out Zap's IG @zap.consulting ----------------------------------------- Help support the podcast www.patreon.com/withintol…
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Ireland is known as the land of a hundred thousand welcomes. But the government says the country has run out of accommodation to house all new eligible refugee arrivals. Some properties earmarked to house asylum seekers have been fire-bombed and others are subject to protests. Hundreds of people seeking asylum have been forced to sleep in tents in …
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Michael and Tammy teach the Bible chapter by chapter and verse by verse.www.companionchapel.com Acts ch 10 teaches us to have a balance between compassion and knowledge. Companion Chapel Worldwide Ministry is a registered non-profit. These broadcasts depend on your provisions. Partner with the Companion Chapel to help us reach out to a hurting worl…
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Tuesday, February 6 is the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting. Dr. Michele Decker, founding director of Johns Hopkins Center for Global Women’s Health and Gender Equity, and Dr. Nicole Warren, a nurse and an expert on the harmful practice of female genital cutting talk with Stephanie Desmon about the practice …
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In the insightful podcast episode featuring Joanna Hardis, author of "Just Do Nothing: A Paradoxical Guide to Getting Out of Your Way," listeners are treated to a deep dive into the concept of distress tolerance and its pivotal role in mental health and personal growth. Joanna Hardis, with her extensive background in treating anxiety disorders such…
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Eric and Eliot (joining from the Iberian Peninsula) discuss the Iranian strike on US soldiers located at Tower 22 in Jordan and the Administration's options for retaliation. They consider the argument's in Eliot's Atlantic piece suggesting that the US needs an entirely new strategy for Iran, the nature of the regime, and the difficulty American gov…
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How can emotional resilience help you during times of grief and hardship? In episode 804, host Laterras R. Whitfield is joined by Judge Lynn Toler, who opens up about her life, love, and the lessons learned from her grieving journey. Judge Lynn Toler shares insights from her marriage of 33 years, her experiences growing up in a family with mental h…
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