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Best Visionary Activist podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Visionary Activist podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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iHeartRadio presents Art of the Hustle – a podcast designed to inspire entrepreneurs and fuel their life’s work. With a casual and comfortable interview approach, listeners are invited into a conversation between our host Jeff Rosenthal, co-Founder of Summit, and his guests, exploring stories of success, failure, milestone events and of course, key advice that shapes the life of an entrepreneur.
 
Welcome to I Got Next hosted by Therese Bibbs, Pastor, Teacher, Visionary, Community Activist, Consultant. We will be talking about everything from race, religion, culture, politics, current events and so much more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/igotnext/support
 
Food Can Fix It is a podcast produced by EAT as part of our mission to create a fair and sustainable global food system for healthy people, animals and planet. Our weekly interviews spotlight the work of activist chefs, visionary political leaders, socially responsible investors and groundbreaking entrepreneurs and scientists who are transforming the way we produce, consume and think about food. Tune in to hear about how children in Peru are being taught to like dark chocolate, how used tea ...
 
Hosted by bestselling author and activist Rebecca Walker and award-winning writer and blogger Lily Diamond, What’s Your Story? is a deep dive into that most human thread that connects us all: The power to redefine who we are. Each season, we’ll sit down with a group of extraordinary humans who have rewritten the story of their lives. Welcome to Season One: Women, Politics, Power. To begin, we’re talking to some of the most courageous, insightful, and visionary women in politics today, in the ...
 
John Vlismas and Carmen Murray unite as two formidable forces and visionary thinkers to unlock your inner Øutsider. It's time to get off the couch into the arena, disrupt your thinking and get real in this chaotic world. Be the catalyst for change and question everything. The one thing that makes Outsiders powerful, is the ability to turn their back to the crowds and face the music they want to create. The IN with the TWO Outsiders podcast is about two underdogs, John Vlismas and Carmen Murr ...
 
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[caption id="attachment_339190" align="alignright" width="192"] Miscellaneous Moods in Verse[/caption] Mothers and Mentors ~ Caroline plays the beginning hour of her Mother of All Mothers Summer Solstice Solace address. Presented on June 20th with ally Deborah Felmeth. Find the full recording for purchase ($13) on CoyoteNetworkNews.com [1] [1] http…
 
Some pharma stocks popped on Monday as hopes for a Covid-19 vaccine grow. We take a look at the state of the markets following the news and how they are reacting. Plus, the UK is looking to crack down further on Huawei, despite its goal to reach 5G capacity. We analyze the state of telecoms on the British Isles and the outside pressure the nation i…
 
Max and Stacy discuss the TikTok generation targeting Trump with coordinated trolling campaigns as teens rebel against his politics and his plans to ban their favorite platform. They also discuss the exorbitant privilege of the US dollar driving migration, as well as the ‘chart of truth’ suggesting this privilege will soon end. Max interviews entre…
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Stephen Kinzer, author of ‘Poisoner in Chief: Sidney Gottlieb and the CIA Search for Mind Control.’ He discusses the role of Sidney Gottlieb in the CIA’s search for mind control, how he was relatively unknown and had a license to kill from the US government, and how he was the most powerful man in 2…
 
If you want to be happy, just be. This maxim, mistakenly attributed to Leo Tolstoy, has found support in neuroscience. Far from being metaphysics, the feel-good vibe is a product of our daily actions and expectations. How can it be maximized in a world that seems to be chronically on edge and on anti-depressants? To discuss this, Oksana is joined b…
 
Just a year ago, he was one of the best-known, most often referred-to Labour Member of Parliament. Now, Chris Williamson is no longer an MP and, even more surprising, he is no longer a member of an organisation he joined in 1976. But losing the parliamentary platform has not curtailed his campaigning. He is involved in many grassroots activities in…
 
Air travel has been steadily climbing despite surges in cases of the novel coronavirus, but Covid-19 is surging among TSA agents. And while jobless claims have begun to fall, the state of mortgages in the United States is still in question. Millions of mortgages are in forbearance, indicating that the pain in the market hasn’t ended. Meanwhile, the…
 
In this episode of Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss post-1971 psychology in which laws of physics can, indeed, be suspended – if even just momentarily. We are at another one of these moments as stock markets defy all the data in the real economy in which unemployment claims remain historically high. In the second half, Max interviews bitcoin de…
 
The New York Times reported last week, without evidence, that anonymous intelligence agents had leaked that Russia was paying Taliban forces bounties to kill US soldiers. The story comes at the right time to stop peace talks and troop withdrawals. Lee tears into this unfounded narrative and reminds us that the US actually used to fund the Taliban. …
 
Paul Paz y Mino, the director of Amazon Watch, spoke to Lee with an update on a case that's playing out in Ecuador. Chevron merged with Texaco after Texaco purposefully poisoned the land and people of the Ecuadorean Amazon while sacking oil resources. Chevron then fought a court ruling finding them liable for the damages caused by Texaco, and they'…
 
The past three presidential election cycles have demonstrated that voters are against foreign wars and foreign nation-building. Nevertheless, both remain high priorities for the ruling elites. Why is this? Are voters being denied a say in foreign policy? Also, why exactly should US and allied forces stay in Afghanistan?CrossTalking with Ray McGover…
 
The United States has continued to ramp up its war against Chinese telecom giant Huawei, pressuring its allies to crack down on the company as well. We bring in a panel to break down the telecom tension and the future of 5G on the British Isles. Plus, Walgreens is aiming to set up hundreds of primary care facilities across the United States in the …
 
Comedy star Lauren Lapkus is in Netflix's recent release "The Wrong Missy." You have seen Lapkus in "Orange is the New Black" and "Big Bang Theory." She says she has always grown up admiring comedy stars such as Adam Sandler and David Spade and says it was such a great opportunity to be able to work with them in the new movie.…
 
After years of recruiting underage girls for sex trafficking, Jeffrey Epstein’s elusive partner Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested and may finally divulge the names of Epstein’s high-profile clientele. Also, 16 Democratic senators vote against the withdrawal of US troops in Afghanistan. Could the ‘Russian Bounty’ narrative be a tool to perpetuate our m…
 
The head of the FBI has issued scathing statements about China as the US continues to ramp up tensions with the Asian superpower. The Trump administration has officially started the process of leaving the World Health Organization following criticism of the institution’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. Plus, amid rising social pressure, some pro…
 
Going Underground’s social media producer, Farhaan Ahmed, speaks to China’s ambassador to the UK, Liu Xiaoming, about Boris Johnson’s decision to give access to UK citizenship to millions of Hongkongers after the National Security Law was implemented by Beijing in Hong Kong. He accuses the US of still harboring a colonial mindset and not recognizin…
 
The US Treasury Department released the names of companies who received Payment Protection Plan loans intended to prop up the economy as stay-at-home orders shuttered businesses throughout the country due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, the future of TikTok is in doubt as the US government considers barring the app from operating in the countr…
 
This episode features Dream Hampton. Her most recent works include the Frameline feature documentary "Treasure" (2015), the HBO feature documentary, "It's A Hard Truth Ain't It, (2019), the BET docu-series "Finding Justice" (2019) and Lifetime's Emmy nominated “Surviving R. Kelly” (2019), which broke ratings records and had wide and far-reaching im…
 
Max and Stacy discuss the ‘conspiracy theory’ that capital markets are no longer free because the US Federal Reserve Bank and other central banks control everything now being pushed by billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio on mainstream financial news. In the second half, Max talks to Tariq Nasheed about the long history of Karen and the case fo…
 
Anything goes? CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin listens silently as her guest calls President Trump terrorist-in-chief and more.Out at FOX morning anchor and rising star Ed Henry was abruptly fired by the network. We'll tell you why.Did the LAPD pressure the LA. Times to fire cartoonist Ted Rall because of his anti-police drawings and commentary? Or was h…
 
Amid concerns over a record number of Covid-19 cases, a group of scientists is now pushing the World Health Organization to take the idea of its airborne spread more seriously. Equities are thriving and global stocks are rallying at the start of the week. Plus, Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway is spending $4 billion to buy the natural gas transmi…
 
US national security has turned into a racket. Enemies and bogeymen are invented with monotonous regularity to justify massive budgets and kickbacks to insiders. But with so much domestic US turmoil how long can this swindle go on?Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by investigative historian and journalist Gareth Porter to discuss the state of national s…
 
We speak to legendary filmmaker and actor Werner Herzog. He discusses his own experience under coronavirus lockdown in Los Angeles, California, the Covid-19 situation in the US, his film ‘Family Romance’, how his German nationality influences his views on capital punishment, the Black Lives Matter protests that have swept the nation following the m…
 
The US claim of exceptionalism, even supremacy, has long been a strong irritant for the Russians, especially coupled with the hardship and humiliation brought about by the collapse of the Soviet Union. Fast-forward 30 years, how does Moscow see the tearing down of statues and the revision of not just history books but national identity currently un…
 
Sixty years have elapsed since the Congo ceased to be the Belgium Congo and became an independent African state – and an extremely wealthy one at that. But just seven months after winning independence from Belgium in 1960, its first prime minister, Patrice Lumumba, was murdered. Many people believe that Lumumba was one of the greatest leaders Afric…
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we firstly speak to the co-creator of ‘Yes Minister’ and ‘Yes Prime Minister,’ Jonathan Lynn. He discusses Sir Mark Sedwill’s intention to quit as the head of the civil service and cabinet secretary, how politicians view civil servants and vice versa, the similarities between ‘Yes Minister’ and ‘Yes Prime Minis…
 
The story of Jeffrey Epstein is filled with mysteries connected to powerful people in the US. After his alleged suicide last year, the stories of a powerful international pedophile ring started to slow down but the story that was never picked up was that Epstein was working for Israeli intelligence. This story is still being covered up and we’ll se…
 
While scores of businesses across the country continue to shutter due to the pandemic, Professor of Economics Richard Wolff explains how Amazon’s Jeff Bezos has multiplied his riches during the retail blackout. With Covid-19 completely reshaping the economic landscape, how can companies adapt to remain not just accessible to consumers, but relevant…
 
While economic upheaval continues to ravage the globe, the USMCA trade agreement has officially taken effect. Will this change the uncertainty plaguing global finance markets? Plus, hyper-sanitation is part of life, but will this attitude extend into cash? We explore the idea of a cashless society, and what the prospects of a digital future could l…
 
Employment numbers received a boost in the United States this week, but could we see a resurgence in jobless claims as more states begin re-shuttering businesses? Plus, as with most sectors, Covid-19 has sent a shock through the real estate market. We break down how housing numbers match up around the globe, and whether anyone is looking to invest …
 
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