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The Transform Justice podcast throws light on the hidden corners of the criminal justice system. Each episode, we focus on one aspect of the justice system and ask if it’s fair and what can be done to make it better. Transform Justice is a national charity working for a fair, humane, open and effective justice system. Website: www.transformjustice.org.uk Twitter: @TransformJust1 Email: policy@transformjustice.org.uk The Transform Justice podcast is hosted by Penelope Gibbs and Rob Allen and ...
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What is justice? Who does it serve? Why should you care? When we think about justice, we think about it as an abstract, something that happens to someone else, somewhere else. Bad people. But justice and the law regulate every aspect of our interactions with each other, with organisations, with the government. We never think about it until it impacts our lives, or that of someone close. News, views and trues from The View Magazine, a social justice and campaigning platform for the rights of ...
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ChangeMaking Connections is a monthly podcast exploring the journeys of change leaders striving for deep societal transformations. Hosted by Beth Berila, this show delves into the intricacies of sparking change, from personal evolutions to communal shifts. Here, we celebrate the challenges, triumphs, strategies, and possibilities that spring from a life dedicated to social justice. Join us in connecting with experts across various fields as we unpack the mechanisms of initiating meaningful c ...
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Nicki's Wonder List is a podcast about exploring story in a time of collapse. This podcast examines art, society, and culture and will pique your interest in a wide array of topics. Each interview-style episode clears space for stories to emerge from guests who are activists, educators, writers, artists, entrepreneurs, community organizers, and creative people. Solo episodes focus on book recommendations to expand your horizon and depth of knowledge about a subject of focus.
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The Next World

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Produced by Partners for Dignity & Rights, we explore and celebrate the work of poor people's movements, particularly in the US. We highlight innovative and powerful organizing campaigns and community building led by women, LGBTQ folks, Black communities and other people of color, that are pushing the boundaries and have the potential to transform this society.Hosted by Max Rameau, a Haitian-born Pan-African theorist, campaign strategist, organizer, author and member of Pan-African Community ...
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Transforming Society podcast

Bristol University Press

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Brought to you by Bristol University Press and Policy Press, the Transforming Society podcast brings you conversations with our authors around social justice and global social challenges.We get to grips with the story their research tells, with a focus on the specific ways in which it could transform society for the better. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Raising Joyful and Resilient Black Children

Dr. Sheretta Butler-Barnes & Dr. Valerie N. Adams-Bass

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As a parent raising Black children, do you ever wish there was a trusted space that understood the unique challenges and joys of raising Black children and that affirmed Black children? Well, we’re here for you. We’re Dr. Valerie Adams-Bass and Dr. Sheretta Butler-Barnes, developmental psychologists, moms and professors. In each episode, we’ll speak with experts and parents to explore what it means to raise healthy and thriving Black children, bridge conversations from parenting to child wel ...
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The Big Switch

Dr. Melissa Lott

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To slow climate change, we need to transform our homes, buildings, cars, and economy quickly. "The Big Switch" explains how to rebuild the energy systems all around us. Dr. Melissa Lott of Columbia University brings together historical examples, current events, and incisive analysis to give listeners a deep understanding of the solutions to climate change.
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Denizen

Jenny Stefanotti

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How might we envision a society that is more equitable, caring, and regenerative? And if we could envision such a future, how might we transition from where we are today? The Denizen podcast explores these big questions. Our conversations span six themes: economics, politics, technology, culture, justice, and consciousness.
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We are searching for big ideas that inspire hope and action in higher education around institutional transformation and innovation to advance student success and more equitable student outcomes. Joining John Gardner are higher education leaders and other relevant persons of interest who will discuss innovation and strategies that improve higher education.The Gardner Institute, a 22-year-old non-profit, has been at the forefront of innovation in higher education; our mission very clearly conn ...
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Nothing Never Happens

Nothing Never Happens

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Nothing Never Happens is a journey into cutting-edge pedagogical theory and praxis, where co-hosts Tina Pippin and Lucia Hulsether connect with leading voices in radical teaching and learning. We engage a range of approaches — including but not limited to democratic, feminist, queer, decolonial, and abolitionist models.
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Roots Watering Hole Podcast Series

Orrin Williams and Akilah Martin

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The Roots Watering Hole podcast series is provided through generous support from the Kalliopeia Foundation. Thanks to their support we have begun the journey to share space in elevated wisdom from numerous voices of people who do good in the world in various forms while providing information to our target communities. Roots Watering Hole produces oral narratives for a multitude of purposes. One track is a monthly gardening education and food literacy series co-hosted by Orrin Williams, the F ...
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LawPod

Queen's University - School of Law

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LawPod is a weekly podcast based in the Law School at Queen’s University Belfast. We provide a platform to explore law and legal research in an engaging and scholarly way.
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Welcome to "Evolving Enterprises: Stories of Growth Transformation", the podcast where we dive deep into the art of effective leadership. I'm your host, Prof Martin Parr, a seasoned professional who has dedicated years to empowering senior leaders in achieving their business goals. Today, I'm thrilled to share my expertise as a systems thinker, guiding you on a transformative journey for your business, charity, or pet project. Throughout my career, I've developed a passion for complexity and ...
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Hello and welcome to Just Access! In this podcast series, we talk to some fascinating people, legal experts, academics, human rights advocates, and many more. We explore ideas about the future of human rights and improving access to justice for all. We share stories from human rights defenders from all walks of life to raise awareness that EVERYONE CAN BE A HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDER and contribute in their own unique way.
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GeeKY

Alex Gayhart and Kevin Horn

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Kevin Horn and Alex Gayhart give the perspective of the Mountain Dwelling Kentucky Geek! They discuss Film, Television, Comics, Toys, and Cartoons!
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Solidarity Is This is a podcast created and hosted by Deepa Iyer, Director of Strategic Initiatives at the Building Movement Project where she runs Solidarity Is, a multi-strategy program to deepen transformative solidarity practices, models, narratives, and ideas. On the podcast, we explore how individuals and institutions are experimenting with cross-racial and cross-movement solidarity in America’s changing racial landscape. Learn more at www.solidarityis.org
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Locatora Radio [A Radiophonic Novela]

My Cultura, iHeartPodcasts and Locatora Studios

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Locatora Radio is an independent podcast based out of Los Angeles that blends humor, pop culture analysis, and interviews with artists to engage listeners in nuanced discussions about feminism, sexual wellness, and arts and culture for a modern Latinx audience.
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To respond to the challenging times we are living through, physician, humanitarian and social justice advocate Dr. Paul Zeitz has identified “Revolutionary Optimism” as a new cure for hopelessness, despair, and cynicism. Revolutionary Optimism is itself an infectious, contagious, self-created way of living and connecting with others on the path of love. Once you commit yourself as a Revolutionary Optimist, you can bravely unleash your personal power, #unify with others, and accelerate action ...
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EPP Podcast is a production of Enneagram Prison Project (EPP). Hosted by EPP Ambassador Clay Tumey, these raw conversations unpack the amazing journey of EPP over the past 11 years and more. EPP is on a mission to help people to understand why we do what we do, using the Enneagram to inspire transformation—on both sides of the bars—through self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-compassion.
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A podcast series exploring new approaches to primary care, public health and public service delivery. We talk to colleagues and partners around the UK and beyond on how shifting to prevention, prioritising action on the Social Determinants of health and community-owned models of service delivery could change lives - and give staff a better job and purpose.
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Where Criminal Justice Leaders Collaborate: The 360 Justice Podcast gives leaders in the criminal justice industry a platform to discuss how they are solving tough social infrastructure challenges, including overcrowded and aging facilities, changing demographics, staffing shortages, insufficient funding, and more. Having worked with justice leaders in all 50 states and 22 countries, we know there is a strong desire to learn from others in the justice profession. Join us each month as we tal ...
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Finding Fearless is an exploration of human-centric leadership and a celebration of ambition. Join host Madeline Reeves, CEO of Fearless Foundry, as she digs deep to learn from the lived experiences of underestimated entrepreneurs, innovators, creators, and fearless founders. Every episode presents an opportunity to learn from their successes—and struggles—while building a company on their own terms. Finding Fearless is produced by Fearless Foundry, a creative consultancy focused on advancin ...
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Curating exceptional reads to elevate your literary journey. Your go-to source for the finest books worth savoring. 📚✨ #BookRecommendations #Books #eBooks #Audiobooks #PDF #Kindle #Mobi #ePub Powered by Firstory Hosting
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Restorative Justice is often framed as an alternative to punishment, and but that’s only part of the story. Dive deeper with David Ryan Barcega Castro-Harris in conversation with RJ practitioners and other justice seekers as they reflect on the things happening in the world around us to offer insight on how YOU can embody RJ philosophy, practices, and values in every aspect of your life.
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First Love Church

Heather Drake and Dennis Drake

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These podcasts are messages that were preached at First Love Church in Ocala, Florida. We hope that you are encouraged and inspired by what you hear. We are a non denominational, egalitarian church that practices a generous orthodoxy. Find out more about our local congregation online at firstlovechurch.org. #firstlovechurchocala #firstlovechurch #ocalaflorida #egalitarian #Jesuschrist #jesus #nondenominational #pastor #spirituality #christian #eucharist #opentable #tableofthelord #communion ...
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OuttaDeeBox podcast is a pre-recorded bi weekly show geared towards supporting former and current inmates and their families in Wisconsin. Our mission is to inform listeners about community resources that can assist them in securing employment opportunities, housing, mental health and substance abuse support, with the goal of reducing recidivism in Wisconsin. We also give listeners and guests the opportunity to share their unique inspirational stories through spoken word and other forms of m ...
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Rights Not Reserved

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights

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Every month, Catherine and Erin discuss activism, social justice, and today’s pressing human rights concerns with local, national and international leaders in civil and human rights.
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Holistic healing from shame + trauma through vulnerability, creative expression, erotic embodiment, storytelling, + self-acceptance. Your nudist enthusiast, body positive, sex positive, kinky, polyamorous guide, Lior, will take you on an adventure of self-discovery, connection, + exploration. Each episode is an invitation to live intimately, engage authentically, + grow together.
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This Podcast is dedicated to holistic investments, fundraising, mental breakthroughs, critical thinking, unlimited opportunities, decentralized economy, and inner evolution. Mixed with humor, technology advancement, and paradigm shift. All this, plus much more through a lense of interviews of best hedge fund managers, venture capitalists, investors, industry experts, analysts, traders, and technocrats (in a nutshell talented and successful human beings).
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They say it’s a man’s world... so what does that mean for the rest of us? This podcast is on a mission to find out. The consequences of woman's exclusion from our world are so deeply embedded that they are all but impossible to see... unless you are looking. Featuring interviews with those who explore our world through the female gaze, The Story of Woman looks at everything from the economy, healthcare, gender roles, and more. Each episode dives deep into where we are, how we got here, and w ...
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Reckonings

Stephanie Lepp

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UPDATE: Reckonings is on indefinite hiatus. To pick up where the show left off, follow Stephanie Lepp on Twitter: @stephlepp ABOUT THE SHOW How do we change our hearts and minds? What moves us to shift our political worldviews, transcend extremism, and make other kinds of transformative change? ​Reckonings is an exploration of how we look in the mirror, and grow from what we see. ​Stories have included that of a tough-on-crime prosecutor who revolutionized his understanding of our criminal j ...
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Mother Tree Network

Dr. Amanda Kemp Aminata Desert Rose Plant Walker Fire Woman

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Where earth wisdom meet racial justice and women's leadership, the Mother Tree network brings fresh conversations, stories, music, and meditations to assist in our collective evolution. Wisdom keepers, creatives, gardeners, racial justice advocates, and entrepreneurs let's come together to evolve our whole planet.
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The Healthy Project is hosted by Corey Dion Lewis, Clinical Health Coach for a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). Because of his experience working directly with patients in underserved communities, Corey felt the need to speak up and address the issues and provide solutions to improve the healthcare experience for the ones that need it the most. The Healthy Project Podcast addresses topics related to health equity, prevention, diversity, and literacy for healthcare professionals addr ...
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The Climate Pod is a wide-ranging conversation with leading experts on the politics, economics, activism, culture, science, and social justice issues at the heart of the climate crisis. Hear from guests like Jane Goodall, Bill McKibben, Al Roker, David Wallace-Wells, Katharine Hayhoe, Adam McKay, Bill Nye, Robert Bullard, Catherine Coleman Flowers, Ted Danson, Gina McCarthy, Paul Krugman, and many more. Hosted by brothers Ty and Brock Benefiel.
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Vineyard Justice Network Podcast

Vineyard Justice Network

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The Vineyard Justice Network exists to empower Vineyard pastors and leaders to pursue and enact the justice of God’s kingdom. VJN will equip you by connecting the work of heart, head, and hands with key issues of structural injustice and leadership. How is fighting human trafficking connected to ending poverty? How are root causes of poverty connected to caring for the environment? How does environmental stewardship prevent human trafficking? What does it look like and mean for the exploited ...
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Build a strong, healthy body that’s sustainable for you and the planet. Kate Galli from strongbodygreenplanet.com shares short, actionable solo shows and longer form chats where we cut through all the complicated, conflicting and confusing health advice and make living a healthy plant based #plantstrong (!) lifestyle simple and sustainable.
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This segment is from a service that was streamed on February 11, 2024 led by Rev. Roger Bertschausen. The theme for February is Justice and Equity. To read about our theme-based ministry, please visit http://www.unitytemple.org/faith-development/soul-connections on our website. To see a video of this complete service, click HERE. For information ab…
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It is estimated that over half the prison population is neurodivergent, including people who are autistic or have ADHD or a brain injury. Is society's failure to understand neurodivergence leading to disproportionate criminalisation? In this episode, Rob and Penelope are joined by MP and former Lord Chancellor Sir Robert Buckland and Angela Kirwin,…
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This episode features a conversation with Rachel E. Harding. Rachel is an associate professor of Indigenous Spiritual traditions in the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado, Denver. Rachel also co-directs the Veterans of Hope project, a community initiative on religion, creativity, and inclusive democracy. A native of Georgia,…
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How can we align our pedagogies with the Palestinian freedom struggle and other anti-colonial movements? How do we tune our minds and imaginations toward just futures--even and especially when facing retaliation for liberationist stances? In light of the reinvigorated global struggle for a free Palestine, and as we witness the state of Israel's ong…
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Join host Ciara Cobb in this enlightening episode of the Black Light Mass Incarceration Show. In this heartfelt episode, Ciara reflects on the difficulty faced after losing the show's sponsor and shares her own personal experience with domestic violence as she discusses the crucial social and criminal justice issues tied to it. The discussion under…
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We need to electrify much of the global economy in order to hit net-zero emissions by 2050. That means installing a lot of batteries in our cars, buildings, and across the grid to balance vast amounts of wind and solar. The supply chain behind all those batteries could be worth nearly half a trillion dollars by 2030. Whoever controls that supply ch…
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Who can the climate movement turn to for real change? Politicians? Business leaders? International negotiators? The reality, as Professor Dana Fisher argues, is that despite major gains for climate action in recent years, none of our leaders are adequately advancing solutions at the speed and scale neccessary to meet the actual crisis we face. And …
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When Susan Pease Banitt stepped away from her psychotherapy practice, it wasn't just a career change—it was a moment of transition that illuminated the hidden complexities of psychological trauma. Join us as Susan, with her considerable insight into PTSD, dissociative disorders, and the dark corners of ritual abuse, shares her personal journey and …
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FemCon 3: Learning from transnational feminist struggle for constitutional change. In this episode the FemCon team talk with Luis Eslava and Amaya Alvez about recent experiences of feminist constitutional change in Chile and with Rachel Rebouche about her knowledge of the US, constitutionalism and feminism. What is the Feminist Constitutional Futur…
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Today I am joined by Seb Hargreaves, the Executive Director of the Operational Research Society (ORS). Seb talks about the recent highlights in the journey of supporting strategic decision making using scientific methods. There is great news. Some of the society’s journals are becoming open access, meaning that it will be much easier for busy profe…
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FemCon 2: Imagining feminist constitutional futures through the arts and utopian fiction. In this episode the FemCon team talks with Ruth Houghton about feminist utopian literature and Jess Jones about her work as an artist in projects that cross law and feminism. What is the Feminist Constitutional Futures Project (FemCon)? https://lawpod.org/irel…
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FemCon 1: Introducing FemCon and asking new questions about constitutional change in Northern/Ireland. In this introductory episode the FemCon team talk with Ailbe Smyth and Joanna McMinn about their experience of feminist legal change in Ireland and Northern Ireland from an activist perspective. What is the Feminist Constitutional Futures Project …
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The Year of the Dragon kicks off with the first official episode as Caleb & Isaac begin their journey covering the Five Bruce Lee films that made him a Martial Arts icon, starting with The Big Boss! Will these humble beginnings convert your hosts to the cult of Bruce Lee's personal mythos? Listen in and find out! This episode was recorded on Jan. 1…
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Access full episode transcript: click here _________ In this episode, Dr. Son shares her wisdom on building spaces for embodiment and power dynamics in community. Together, we explore how sitting with discomfort leads to growth, and the vital role of nurturing a heart-centered approach in educational and institutional systems. Tune in to be a part …
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Dr. Amy Salazar currently serves as the Associate Vice Provost of Student Success at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX. In her current role, she oversees several functional areas related to student success including Academic Advising, Academic Support, First Year Experience, Career Success, Global Engagement, First Gen Student Center, …
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In this enlightening episode of The Healthy Project Podcast, host Corey Dion Lewis sits down with Heather Jones-Brown, a fervent advocate for civic engagement and health equity. Heather, who also works in staff equity at Grinnell College, dives deep into the critical role civic participation plays in shaping health outcomes within communities. From…
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The #MeToo movement empowered millions to speak out about sexual violence and changed the default response to women's accounts from universal doubt to selective belief. What changed? In this episode, guest host Sarey Ruden speaks with Leigh Gilmore to discuss her book, “The #MeToo Effect: What Happens When We Believe Women”. They delve into the tra…
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This segment is from a service that was streamed on February 25, 2024 led by Rev. Roger Bertschausen. The theme for February is Justice and Equity. To read about our theme-based ministry, please visit http://www.unitytemple.org/faith-development/soul-connections on our website. To see a video of this complete service, click HERE. For information ab…
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At 34, Philip Wollen was Vice-President of Citibank. The Financial Press named him in the “Top 40 Brightest and Best” executives in Australia. During his travels, by age 40 he’d witnessed cruelty so egregious he decided to do all he could to alleviate suffering, and give away everything he owned, with warm hands, and die broke. Today, he is a ... R…
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Sit with us to know more about Zenobia Godschalk's insights that provide a comprehensive overview of the current state and future potential of blockchain technology, particularly through the lens of Hedera Hashgraph's capabilities and applications. Her vision for a more trusted and transparent world, enabled by DLT, underscores the transformative i…
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To repeat the description from earlier this week: Come one, come all to the TNE Speakeasy to join your hosts as they once again embark on a new series for the feed! As the title proclaims, it's the Year of the Dragon this year and what better way to honor the occasion then by looking at the man synonymous with the title, as Caleb and Isaac kick off…
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Do you ever wonder why you keep getting burnt out? Have you ever felt like nothing works when you initiate it, but when you respond to an invitation that’s where you shine? According to Pame Barba, it’s not you. It might be your soul’s blueprint or human design. We all have different energy flows, and forcing yourself to be a Type A aka Manifestor …
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This 2nd episode of the Community, Health and Capital series interviews Mark Carter, a former social worker now Assistant Director for Children's Services at Barnardos covering south east Wales. Mark describes Baby and Me - a collaboration between local services and the third sector in Newport supporting parents expecting a baby who agencies are co…
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This episode features a conversation with theologian and professor, Rev. Dr. Gary F. Green II. Dr. Green shares about his research and his dissertation, Playing the Game: Unmarking “Beast” from the Bodies of Young Black Men. He reflects on the societal creation of realities and the potential of “play space” to release us from cultural codes and rou…
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In today’s episode, Madeline converses with Podge, a Notion consultant, Fractional COO, and the founder of Small Business Co-Pilot. Podge narrates how her journey as a founder, is informed by the awareness of her ancestors' struggle for rights and freedoms she now enjoys, and how she's motivated and humbled by the privilege to live and work in the …
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The International Energy Agency, among other prominent modelers of our energy future, projects that nuclear energy's current global capacity must double by 2050 in order for the world to hit its decarbonization goals. The annual investments needed to reach this doubling far exceed anything that's being invested today in new nuclear facilities. Just…
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The Exciting World of Digital Peacebuilding - With Emma Baumhofer from swisspeace Welcome back to season three of The Peacebuilding Practitioner’s podcast. Season three is all about digital peacebuilding, this highly complex, tremendously exciting, often messy, and quickly developing intersection where emerging technologies and the digital world on…
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In this episode, we get the opportunity to speak to Professor Fernand de Varennes, who just finished his role of United Nations Special Rapporteur on Minority Issues, and served from 2017 to 2023. Professor Fernand de Varennes is currently visiting professor at the Université Catholique at Lyon and at the University of Sarajevo. In this first episo…
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This week on the Black Light Mass Incarceration Show, host Cierra has an extensive interview with Altimont Mark Wilks, a candidate for the congressional seat of Maryland's 6th district. Wilks shares his transformative journey from serving two decades of incarceration to becoming an advocate for change in his community. The conversation ranges from …
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Come one, come all to the TNE Speakeasy to join your hosts as they once again embark on a new series for the feed! Caleb and Isaac have dipped their toes in the wide world of Musicals, but now for an ongoing series they're joined by Brianna to discuss the first batch of three picks they've selected to kick off the series. Beginning with Brianna's p…
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In this enlightening episode of the Healthy Project Podcast, host Corey Dion Lewis sits down with Jill Wells, an artist, advocate, and pioneer in combining art with advocacy to create social change. Jill shares her journey from being a substance use counselor to embracing her true calling as a full-time artist and mentor. Discover how she leverages…
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Jeffrey Baylor, who has successfully led enrollment efforts at institutions across the U.S., joined the University of Virginia’s College at Wise in 2022 as Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management. Baylor spent three years at West Texas A&M University (WTAMU) as the Associate Vice President for Student Enrollment Engagement and Success. During his…
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How does the rise of AI and surveillance intersect with motherhood? In this episode, Sophie Hamacher and Jessica Hankey, creators of the groundbreaking anthology, Supervision: On Motherhood and Surveillance, delve into the ways mothers' behaviors and bodies are observed, exposed, and policed in today's society. The conversation broadens to encompas…
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This segment is from a service that was streamed on February 18, 2024 led by Rev. Emily Gage. The theme for February is Justice and Equity. To read about our theme-based ministry, please visit http://www.unitytemple.org/faith-development/soul-connections on our website. To see a video of this complete service, click HERE. For information about how …
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On May 19th, 2016, Vegan Mountaineer Kuntal Joisher stood on the summit of Mt. Everest and accomplished his dream. Although as you will soon hear, guilt would follow. Because as passionate as Kuntal is about the mountains, he is at least as committed to speaking out for the animals, as an ethical vegan. Back in 2016, vegan food was the ... READ MOR…
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Brianna and Caleb return for another book discussion, but this time taking a different tact than usual. Brianna has cooked up a new recipe for their Book Discussions, with the two of them coming together to discuss their favorite reads of 2023. Brianna choosing I Who Have Never Known Men, and Caleb picking Piranesi. What will they think of each oth…
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As the veil thins between the divine and the everyday, we find ourselves on the cusp of Lent, a season ripe with potential for transformation. Imagine shedding the weight of shame and negativity, the way one might peel away layers of old paint, to reveal the original masterpiece beneath—that is the invitation of this episode. Through a tapestry of …
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In this engaging episode, we delve into the lives of international law students at Queen's University Belfast. Hosted by Anjana and Tarra, social media assistants at the Law School, the episode features insightful conversations with Eleanor and Shay. They share their personal journeys, from choosing Queen's University for its prestigious law progra…
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"It is vital that those advocating for action to avert climate disaster take note of this substantial shift from denial of anthropogenic climate change to undermining trust in both solutions and science itself, and shift our focus, our resources and our counternarratives accordingly." In the introduction to a new report from the Center for Counteri…
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In this episode, Richard Kemp speaks with Nigel Thrift, author of The Pursuit of Possibility: Redesigning Research Universities, about research universities and what makes them different. They discuss the importance of free speech at universities, the many threats research universities face and what can be done about these threats to ensure a thriv…
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I am so pleased to welcome Orian Mendes a business development manager with a vast experience of evolving businesses in Europe and Africa. Orian has worked in engineering, publishing and the clothing industry. We talk about what makes a business grow, how businesses evolve to match market need and the continual pushing and pulling of demand in the …
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Since discovering the Food Institute website I have spent considerable time reading through the offerings and found the following to share: Food Institute Food as Medicine Conundrum https://foodinstitute.com/focus/the-food-as-medicine-conundrum/ No surprise here but the Food Institute shares insight about the causes of the global Type-2 Diabetes pa…
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🚀 Dive into the heart of Gibraltar's groundbreaking crypto and blockchain landscape with Aaron Payas, a leading Web3 lawyer and NFT enthusiast. In this exclusive interview, we uncover the secrets behind Gibraltar's success as a digital asset hub, explore the intricacies of DLT licensing, VASP registration, and the future of tokenization. Aaron shar…
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