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Mindful Mama Mentor Hunter Clarke-Fields shares inspiration, interviews, and more. Mindful Mama is about becoming a less irritable, more joyful parent. We know that you cannot give what you do not have. And when you are thriving, when you have calm and peace within – then you can give it to your children. Learn about Mindful Parenting. Listen and get inspired!
 
For a long time, tech culture has focused too narrowly on technical skills; this has resulted in a tech community that too often puts companies and code over people. Greater Than Code is a podcast that invites the voices of people who are not heard from enough in tech: women, people of color, trans and/or queer folks, to talk about the human side of software development and technology. Greater Than Code is providing a vital platform for these conversations, and developing new ideas of what i ...
 
LGBTQ Stories is hosted by Actor, Realtor, Podcast Host, & Vlogger Kevin Gerdes. We collect stories from those who identify as LGBTQ+ and share them with the world. When we come together and demand that our history lives on, something magical happens. People become inspired, lives are saved, and the marginalized no longer hide in the shadows of their oppressors. LGBTQ Stories is streaming in over 110 countries. We rejoice in the freedom that being out and proudly brings to our lives. We’re a ...
 
Spotlighting exceptional Asian men who defy negative stereotypes and sharing their stories. A motivational podcast providing actionable advice for a better life and covering everything from business, sports, fashion, relationships, personal development and everything in between with the Asian American man in mind. This Is For Us. Follow us on instagram www.instagram.com/thisisforuspodcast
 
For more than a decade, the Fordham Institute has been hosting a weekly podcast, The Education Gadfly Show. Each week, you’ll get lively, entertaining discussions of recent education news, usually featuring Fordham’s Mike Petrilli and David Griffith. Then the wise Amber Northern will recap a recent research study. For questions or comments on the podcast, contact its producer, Tran Le.
 
Every body has a relationship with gender... What's your story?In this podcast Alex Iantaffi, author of "How to Understand Your Gender: a practical guide for exploring who you are" will reflect on how gender impacts different areas of our lives, such as relationships, spirituality, parenting and more. They will have guests to explore these topics as well as reflect on their own experiences as a therapist, writer, educator and trans masculine, non-binary person (don't worry if you don't know ...
 
Masculine Birth Ritual is a podcast about Masculine of Center (MoC) queer and trans people nurturing life through pregnancy, birth, and parenting. The podcast features pregnancy and birth stories of people creating life outside the gender lines. We also engage in conversations with birth workers about best practices for working with MoC people and artists, researchers, and spiritual leaders about the collective imagination and histories of nurturing masculinities.
 
Maybe Someday is a podcast about deciding whether to have a child in a culture that makes motherhood seem mandatory. Host Sarah Dobson speaks with guests about the personal and political dimensions of motherhood as she comes to terms with deciding not to have kids.
 
SEEN is a show about identity that asks: How are you seen? Labels are complicated, communication is challenging, identity is nuanced. None of us are exactly as we appear to strangers, friends, or even ourselves. And yet, now more than ever we are all trying to be SEEN. Feeling seen is powerful. To honor that power, the SEEN podcast asks guests to prepare a list recounting the ways they been viewed, judged, rendered invisible, or wholly seen by themselves, their loved ones, and strangers. Wit ...
 
Two gay daddies in San Francisco take on the world, aging, and whatever else they want. Race Cooper and Matt Fuller host the popular gay podcast series, “Daddy Issues”. Together they explore a variety of subject matter, and topics of interest to mature queers and the LGBTQ2 community. Daddy Issues has been called, “educational and irreverent”, as the two hosts tackle complex subjects, but with a hilarious take on them, and our place in this world. Featuring guests like Juanita More, Boomer B ...
 
Lauren Fleshman and Jesse Thomas are world class professional endurance athletes, authors, speakers, and co-own a nationally distributed food products business called Picky Bars. They also happen to be married, still, and are raising two small children. They use their experience, stories, writing, and humor to answer to answer listener questions about sports, family, business, and the balance between all three! It's a circus, but hey, we're all in it together!
 
Interesting people, interesting conversations. Hosted by best friends and business-minded creatives, Meg & Brea, Thought Sauce Podcast will bring you weekly unfiltered conversations with interesting people. We’ll be chatting about entrepreneurship, wellness, beauty, art, culture, relationships, parenting, law, fashion, blogging, and more! There’s no topic off-limits. Grab a drink and enjoy the banter!
 
Unfiltered is a new Yahoo News interview series documenting unflinching and unapologetic voices of everyday Americans. Citizen vs. immigrant, uber-wealthy vs. working poor, alt-right vs. antifa, Republican vs. Democrat, gun rights vs. gun control… the U.S. seems more divided than ever. From a transgender individual serving in the armed forces to an alt-right activist living in a diverse community, we will highlight and celebrate differing viewpoints of some of the more polarizing issues we f ...
 
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What is it like when your child tells you they are trans? This happened to Paria Hassouri when her then son, came out as a girl at 13 years old. Find out what it’s like parenting a transgender teen. If you enjoyed this episode, and it inspired you in some way, I’d love to hear about it and know your biggest takeaway. Take a screenshot of you listen…
 
What do you find hard to forgive in yourself? What might help? In this poem, the poet makes a list of all the things she holds against herself: opening fridge doors, fantasies, wilted seedlings, unkempt plants, lost bags, feeling awkward, treating someone poorly. Dilruba Ahmed repeats the line “I forgive you” over and over, like a litany, in a hope…
 
In this episode we wrap up our conference feedback, and get drawn into what has been a busy old news week. The outgoing Children's Commissioner has made some pretty honest remarks that lead us into fostering recruitment. From there we consider the ongoing government spending review, the Article 39 ruling on the Covid amendments to social care legis…
 
When you feel like crying, do you cry? Or do you stifle it? Why? The U.S. Congress 2009 “Joint resolution to acknowledge a long history of official depredations and ill-conceived policies by the Federal Government regarding Indian tribes” stated “Whereas the arrival of Europeans in North America opened a new chapter in the history of Native Peoples…
 
Ela is an artist from London, who epicentres her work on classics, binarism and horses. Ela's pronouns are she/her or they/them. She identifies as a transgender woman and is an anti Intersex Genital Mutilation activist. Find out what that means to Ela in this episode. We also talk about the roots of the word hermaphrodite, how the gender-critical m…
 
What's going on guys! For today's episode I got none other than up-and-coming boxer, Brandun Lee from La Quinta, California joining me for a spotlight episode. Brandun lee is a 21-year-old Korean-Mexican American fighter who’s been getting a lot of attention especially within the Asian American community. What makes him special is the fact that not…
 
01:30 - Harini’s Superpower: Getting Sh*t Done 04:19 - Putting Technology to Use For Those Who Need it the Most Co-Creation and Co-Shaping Public & Private Partnerships Breaking Barriers to Entry 14:04 - Crisis Management and Rethinking Blueprints Life After COVID / Reframing Crisis As Opportunity Creating Space / Amplifying Others Leadership Persp…
 
Joseph Fuller, professor at Harvard Business School, and Allison Bailey, senior partner at Boston Consulting Group, say that the Covid-19 pandemic is only accelerating a recent trend of companies turning to digital talent platforms for highly skilled workers. The need for agility and specialized skills has more firms seeking help with projects. Mea…
 
Simpler, more natural living is really appealing to thoughtful parents in our world of more tech and more stuff. It can give us a sense of rest and ease. But how do we get there from our busy lives? My guest, Rachel Rainbolt helps us move from overwhelmed to calm, from fearful to trusting. If you enjoyed this episode, and it inspired you in some wa…
 
Women at Work is a podcast from Harvard Business Review that looks at the struggles and successes of women in the workplace, hosted by HBR's Amy Bernstein, Amy Gallo, and Emily Caulfield. In this episode, you'll hear about the tension that comes from feeling like you are a shy person, but also an ambitious one who want to lead a team. Former clinic…
 
In this poem, a son writes to his parents and invites them to a meal, letting them know that his boyfriend will also be there. He gives instruction to his parents on how they should behave, parenting his parents. In all this family tension, the boyfriend’s question “What’s in that recipe again?” offers calm, and builds lines of connection that had …
 
Full Show Notes: https://www.lgbtqstoriespodcast.com/post/2020hiatus Kevin Adopts YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-UpyNQIZC1wv1Dgw9ULK1w/ www.lgbtqstoriespodcast.com Host's IG: http://www.instagram.com/kevingerdes Guest IG: www.instagram.com/theqreview Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/lgbtqstories/ LGBTQ Stories Merch: teespring.c…
 
In this episode of Conversations Shama shares her experience of adopting with her husband. Over eight years they adopted four children all in very different circumstances. As always, it Shama's story and we've purposely focused on that so the episode reflects her experience. If you'd like to share your experience and perspective on adoption, from a…
 
Are there languages that once were spoken in your family that are not anymore? What caused those changes? This poem considers the plight of a language, how it — like the child Moses in the biblical story of the Exodus — is vulnerable, and might be in need of someone like the Pharaoh’s daughter to nurture it. In considering the precarious situation …
 
This is a slightly different episode than usual. It’s Transgender Awareness Week this week, and Esther has a conversation with two cisgender LGBTIQA+ people; Tiga-Rose, an intimacy coach and sex therapist in training, and Ophelia, an historian, archivist and conservator, under the watchful eye (or ear) of project co-creator Katy Jon Went, who is tr…
 
On this week’s podcast, ExcelinEd’s Matthew Joseph and The Education Trust’s Zahava Stadler join Mike Petrilli and David Griffith to discuss how states can protect schools and disadvantaged students from budget cuts. On the Research Minute, Victoria McDougald examines the effects of absenteeism on cognitive and social-emotional outcomes.…
 
01:25 - Mia’s Superpower: Adaptability Applicable Skills to Basic Computer Programming Parsing Information Research 05:31 - Linguistics and Cultural Anthropology Linguistic Relativism (Sapir–Whorf Hypothesis) 08:36 - Parenting While Having a Career in Tech 09:42 - Objectivity and Truth in Software Development 11:04 - Tech Parenthood (Cont’d) Matern…
 
What's up guys, long time no talk! I recently turned 30, so I thought I'd share two key takeaways I learned about in my 20's for today's solo episode. Here's to episode 19! Enjoy. If you enjoyed the content don't forget to subscribe! SOCIAL MEDIA: instagram.com/thisisforuspodcast instagram.com/asianmenswear EMAIL US: thisisforuspodcast@gmail.com JO…
 
Sunil Gupta, Harvard Business School professor, has spent years studying successful digital strategies, companies, and leaders, and he's made Amazon and its legendary CEO Jeff Bezos a particular areas of focus. Drawing on his own in-depth research and other sources, including a new collection of Bezos' own writing, "Invent and Wander," Gupta explai…
 
When you’re writing by hand, where is your other hand? What story is the space between your two hands — your dominant hand and non-dominant hand — telling? This poem considers the posture of the body when writing: writing a letter, writing a note, writing a poem. The poet pays attention to hands — when dancing, when speaking from the heart, in pray…
 
In this episode we speak to Dr Peter Jakob, Clinical Psychologist, Family Therapist and Director of PartnershipProjects. We focus on his work as an Non Violence Practitioner and discuss some of the underlying challenges many families face in managing challenging or self destructive behaviour. The discussion focuses on some aspects of NVR and looks …
 
Who is in your chosen family? This poem considers the lines of loyalty in families and how particular memories, like a grandmother keeping “wishbones from chicken carcasses / in an empty margarine container on top of the fridge,” can be a portal to love. The nan in this poem is a character of generosity and permission, and we imagine her through st…
 
On this week’s podcast, Paul Hill, founder of the Center on Reinventing Public Education, joins Mike Petrilli and David Griffith to discuss why, thanks to the pandemic, the politics of public schools will never be the same. On the Research Minute, Amber Northern examines the benefits of out-of-school services for disadvantaged students.…
 
01:42 - Janeen’s Superpower: Storytelling The Importance of Who Tells Your Story Accountability Generalizations Are Harmful Responsibility 07:56 - The Wikimedia Foundation Trust and Safety Team Thriving Movement 11:04 - Empowering Communities To Tell Their Stories Citations Edit-a-thons 19:53 - Creating a Wikipedia Page 22:07 - Approaching and Enga…
 
What have you had to explore on your own? What, or who, helped? This poem explores the archetype of the cave — a cave that calls, a cave that contains secrets and perhaps even information. “Someone standing at the mouth had / the idea to enter. To go further / than light or language could / go.” The poem manages — at once — to convey the bravery of…
 
Ellen Ernst Kossek, management professor at Purdue University, is researching how the pandemic is putting an enormous strain on working parents and the new challenge that poses for their managers. She shares how supervisors can offer much-needed consistency and predictability for working parents on their teams. She also outlines specific ways to gi…
 
What messages does our kids' education send? What are the lived results—does it keep their spark of curiosity alive? Like many of us, especially this year, you may be totally frustrated with your kid’s education system. In this episode, I talk to Akilah Richards about her story of disenchantment and the perhaps-not-so-radical step of moving to self…
 
In this episode we speak to adoptive mum Jess. She shares her experience of navigating the the adoption process with her husband and the subsequent arrival of her children. It's a personal account and reflects her views and experiences from her perspective. If you'd like to share your story or views then please get in touch through our Facebook pag…
 
On this week’s podcast, Charles Barone, VP of K-12 Policy at Democrats for Education Reform, joins Mike Petrilli and David Griffith to discuss what the election means for charter schools, accountability, and other reform issues. On the Research Minute, Amber Northern examines whether students with disabilities are relegated to classrooms with lower…
 
Suzanne Peterson, associate professor at Thunderbird School of Global Management, says many talented professionals get held back from leadership roles because of relatively intangible reasons. She argues aspiring managers can intentionally alter their everyday interactions in small ways to have a large influence on their professional reputation. Sh…
 
What do you notice about how you behave in times of conflict? Do you tend toward avoidance? Or compromise? Or collaboration? Or competition? Or accommodation? This poem describes a conflict between neighbors: a tree hangs over a fence. The owners love this tree; their neighbors don’t. Somebody responds directly, somebody else avoids, a chainsaw app…
 
Sophie is a forty-something married parent of three kids and somewhere on the trans spectrum. Sophie's pronouns are she/her. She uses the words transsexual and transvestite of herself, but considers herself to be a work in progress and very much Sophie. Find out what that means to her in this episode. We also talk about finding the balance in famil…
 
03:36 - Chelsea’s Superpower: Software Detective Work Grant-funded Organizations Context Loss Forensic Software Analysis Software (Initially) Never Works ‼️ 08:27 - Coding in Investigation Mode Lucifer (TV Series) Setting Up a Debugging Environment (Includes a Velociraptor Example!) 15:05 - Chelsea’s Techtivism Blog Series: Engineers Considering th…
 
Talking about racial and lifestyle differences can be hard and uncomfortable. Yet it’s our job to raise the next generation to respect and learn from people who look or believe differently than we do. Carolyn Helsel and Y. Joy Harris-Smith offer practical ways to build compassion and empathy in our children. If you enjoyed this episode, and it insp…
 
How do you hold onto hope? And who helped you find it? This poem is about holding onto paradise in the midst of an environment that seeks to steal or quash it. Roger Robinson praises his grandmother who told him to “carry it always / on my person, concealed.” His deft language helps us understand that paradise is a quality of life; and, even deeper…
 
Episode Notes #Guest We discuss all the 'isms and why Nov 3, 2020 is the election of a lifetime. Keith Boykin - Twitter Keith Boykin - Wikipedia #thelibraryisopen from Keith: Stamped From the Beginning Caste Notes of a Native Son Letter from Birmingham Jail from Matt: Common Ground from Race A Most Imperfect Union (graphic novel, fyi) #Find Us Race…
 
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