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The Dybbukast is a podcast from theatre dybbuk that examines and contextualizes poems, plays, and other creative texts from Jewish communities throughout history. Using performed readings and interviews with artists and scholars, The Dybbukast explores these texts and what they reveal about the forces still at play in our contemporary world. New episodes are released on the second Friday of every month.
 
The WPHP Monthly Mercury is the podcast of The Women's Print History Project, a digital bibliographical database that recovers and discovers women’s print history for the eighteenth- and nineteenth-centuries (womensprinthistoryproject.com). Inspired by the titles of periodicals of the period, the WPHP Monthly Mercury dives into the gritty and gorgeous details of investigating women’s work as authors and labourers in the book trades.
 
Rated one of the top 10 #mompods by Podcast Magazine, Broadway Moms, Cara Cooper and Jessica Rush have returned for season three of their hit podcast, Mamas Talkin' Loud. Whether it’s a light-hearted chat, their series with special needs mothers (co-host Cara Cooper is one herself), or the months of content celebrating Int’l Women’s Month, Black History Month & PRIDE, many Tony winners and Broadway stars have graciously joined them ‘in the dressing room’ to share their stories. Whether discu ...
 
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Silenced Histories

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Silenced Histories

Jenn, Ashlyn, Caren & friends

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Silenced Histories is a project to bring to light those whose stories and struggles have been marginalized throughout American History. Look for us throughout the month of February and again in November for First Nations/Native American Indian History month. We'll be adding more content--Women's History month and Pride month are next up--until we have 365 days for you.
 
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Searching for More

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Searching for More

Catholic Diocese of Arlington

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Hosted by the Diocese of Arlington, “Searching For More” features interviews and discussions about topics ranging from culture, morality, sexuality, Church history, stories of those who have overcome adversity, the moral implications of public policy, and more. In addition to interviews, some podcasts will emanate from talks, speeches, homilies, and lectures given throughout the Diocese. Have an idea for a topic or guest for the podcast? Please email your idea to info@arlingtondiocese.org.
 
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Game MISSconduct

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Game MISSconduct

The NHL's Vegas Golden Knights

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A Vegas Golden Knights podcast, Game MISSconduct shines a light on the women who are blazing trails and disrupting the hockey world. Each episode forms engaging and out-of-the-box conversations with a female figure who has made her mark in the mostly male-dominated sport. From NHL broadcast booths to front offices to business and scouting staffs, there’s more Game MISSconduct than you think!
 
In recognition of Women's History Month, the Academy of Achievement presents a selection of extraordinary women who have defied expectations, broken boundaries, and made history around the world. They include courageous political leaders and human rights activists, recipients of the Nobel Prize for Literature and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, award-winning actresses, musicians, screenwriters and film directors, as well as outstanding athletes, educators, journalists, explorers, physicians, p ...
 
Plugged In is a monthly podcast offering personal and professional insights from guests with hands-on involvement in the life of adolescents and expertise in education and related fields. Our goal is to partner with parents and adults involved in the formation of young men and women by inviting them to tune into ongoing and engaging conversations that offer insight into the lives, habits, culture, gifts, and challenges of the current generation of adolescents. We hope these insights will ena ...
 
The Counter Esperanto Podcast: Tangents about Twin Peaks is the work of Karl Eckler and Jubel Brosseau, and represents their first foray into podcasting about their Weird interests. This is not a recap podcast (there are plenty of those), spoilers abound as Jubel and Karl discuss the Twin Peaks mythos as a whole, generally working backwards from Mark Frost’s new book The Secret History of Twin Peaks.
 
Piper Carter is the founder of 'We Found Hip-hop.' Advocate for Women in Hip-hop, Hip-hop culture, Detroit advocacy, Artistry, and Youth Dilla Day Detroit. The photographer, Howard University Graduate, and B-Girl is dynamic. This podcast is a weekly take on what's happening in Piper Carter's world. Guests, stories, and news will be covered all the time. Produced by Detroit is Different. Brittany 'the token millennial' is the co-host and producer of the Piper Carter Podcast. Email us at piper ...
 
In celebration of Black History Month, the Academy of Achievement presents a host of outstanding African American leaders in the arts, sciences, business, sports and public service. Among the most honored and admired men and women of our times, they include heroes of the Civil Rights movement, trailblazing athletes, brilliant musicians, a pioneering neurosurgeon, a Secretary of State, Pulitzer Prize playwrights, a recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature, and a President of the United Sta ...
 
ABOUT US Welcome to the Filipino American Woman Project - A Podcast Show that shares stories and life lessons told by individuals living (or have lived) in America, that are of Filipino descent and identify as female or non-binary. FREE ONLINE COMMUNITY Receive the latest stories and life lessons from our community by subscribing to our newsletter: http://eepurl.com/cO0bif SUPPORT JEN AND NANI LOVE OUR SHOW? Show your support and get exclusive access to the "Tsismis with Jen & Nani" podcast ...
 
Join hosts Amy Kasio and Amy Ketchum as they take a deep dive into their favorite horror movies! They will discuss many different topics, such as: the history of the making of the movie, the music, the cinematography, the monster and it's rules, the themes of the movie, their favorite kills, the impact of the movie on them, fun facts & trivia, and much more! They will end each episode by handing out awards for everything they feel the movie did right! So hop in the car and take a drive with ...
 
Helping you better understand Japan and the Japanese language one question at a time. Every episode Tony and Ryan--two guys with master's degrees in Japanese Language & Linguistics--draw on their experiences in Japan and extensive research in both Japanese and English to shed light on all aspects of Japan. From the many interesting quirks of the Japanese language to obscure Japanese history, as well as busting misconceptions about Japan held by both Japanese peole and Westerners, Tony and Ry ...
 
Super Heroines, Etc. fosters continuous learning for women of all ages interested in things typically described as “nerdy.” We’re unironically enthusiastic about stuff – ranging from science to history, comic cons to lectures, and everything in between. Our Geek Feminism Initiative raises awareness of issues facing nerdy women. We provide speakers and panelists for libraries, comic cons and other public events to talk on women’s representation in geek media, online harassment, and other rele ...
 
Former Universal tour guide, screenwriter and stand-up comic Jim Farris joins science fiction author Douglas Lain in a movie review podcast that contrasts two movies every month. All genres are covered, all eras analyzed, and all cheap sources for movies exploited. Watch along with your hosts every month! No really, watch along with us! We mean it.
 
Hard As A Rock Podcast is a history show that tells the amazing stories of some of the hardest men and women that have ever lived. Each month military veteran and narrator Shawn Kent brings to bear his wit, cynicism and ironic sense of humour to tell the stories that made these men and women legends for all time. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Store!
 
Hosted by Allie Clifton, Channing Frye, & Richard Jefferson, Road Trippin' is the premiere podcast for entertaining and insightful NBA stories told directly by your favorite players. Episodes often feature a guest NBA player or a sports and entertainment personality.
 
AskOTkimberly (formerly The Science of Exercise and Pain) is a listener supported podcast in all things OT, Mental Health, Community Health, Schools, and Health Equity. Season 1: 2018 Season 2: 2019 Season 3: 2020 Season 4: 2021 askotkimberly.org
 
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Bitch With Me

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Bitch With Me

Ursula Major Productions

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From the creators of The Bitchery of History comes a brand new podcast featuring: the creators of The Bitchery of History. Listen to our take on what happening in the world right now. Our catharsis, honestly. Producers Kim and Janette along with Max and a host of other friends, will discuss everything from Rhianna to Drumpf and everything in between. So put on your gloves and take off your chancletas. It's time to come bitch with us!
 
If you look back throughout history, the narrative around black hair has always included a lot of negative language such as 'unmanageable', or 'nappy'. Twice a month, join Lynda Moyo and Claire Quansah as they talk openly about Afro hair and the decisions and choices black and mixed race women make about their hair on a daily basis. Whether you rock natural or relaxed hair, box braids, cornrows, wigs or weaves, regardless of your hairstyle, texture, length, or preference, this podcast opens ...
 
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John and Glen chat about COVID and Pope Francis’ trip to Cyprus. Mary went over the details of the actual hearing including those who gave testimonies, Justice reactions and comments and her reactions to what may portend for the future of this case and the pro-life movement. Dr. Schroeder speaks about his close calls and […]…
 
Fr. Rocky lays out some advice for engaged and married couples on ho they can fortify their marriage against divorce. Dr. Paul explains what we do and don’t know about the new COVID-19 variant Omicron and what precautions are best to take during this next phase of the pandemic. Bishop Mueggenborg breaks down the gospel […]…
 
Air Date 12/2/2021 Today we take a look at the state of White Supremacy in the US through the lens of three recent trials; Kyle Rittenhouse's acquittal for his role in the deaths of two and injury of one in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the conviction of the three men who murdered Ahmaud Arbery during what they claimed was a citizen's arrest, and a civil sui…
 
Myra connects with John to give her thoughts on being in Washington DC for the Dobbs case and standing on the Pro-life side instead of Pro-Choice. Bishop Scharfenberger relays Pope Francis’ prayers to encourage catechists in their important mission. Fr. Kubicki what Advent really means and what we should be anticipating at this time of […]…
 
Monsignor calls listeners to prayer in regards to the attack on life in our society, turning mother against child. He notes that the original sin of Adam and Eve trickles down throughout human history and the lack respect for human life in nothing new. Eric gives details on what it was like December 1st during […]…
 
Here’s a short reading by your Humble Co-Host Jubel Brosseau, of “Yule Horror,” a short poem by H.P. Lovecraft. Lovecraft made a habit of writing Christmas poems every year that he sent to friends and family, but generally they were mild, festive affairs. This poem delves into a dark vision of the pagan origins of the Christmas mythology, and is co…
 
Artist of the Week: Speaking about Young Dolph's Legacy in Memphis and his acute business skills as an independent artist and Record Label owner. Rest in Peace Highlighting the recent passing of Malcolm X's Daughter, Malikah Shabazz. Rest in Power Quick Dive into the movie King Richard - Venus and Serena's New Film Starring Will Smith as their fath…
 
On this edition of RT the crew dives into all things around The Association thru week 6 of the regular season. The latest on Kemba Walker and the New York Knicks, are The Suns for real & are we ready to say Steph Curry is the games BEST? Laker talk, AZ Wildcats talk and a whole lot more. ALSO: if you’re in the Portland area tonight, Channing & Chos…
 
Kristan gives a play by play of the joyful presence of the youth and pro-life leaders across the country outside SCOTUS for the Dobbs case and hope in the air. Fr. Marcel comments on the Year of St. Joseph and encourages listeners to continue this practice of going to St. Joseph and praying to him […]…
 
Joe lets listeners know how through Catholic Extension, Bishops around the US are connecting and reaching those in the peripheries during the Advent Season. Ashley talks about the latest Papal Audience and then end of the Year of St. Joseph, the Pope’s trip to Cyprus and how Rome is getting prepared for Advent and Christmas. […]…
 
Faith Salie is an Emmy award winning journalist, radio host, podcaster, writer, and actress, proving time and again there is nothing she can’t do. She joins Cara and Jess today amidst the run of her Off-Broadway one woman show Approval Junkie, based on her memoir of the same name, to share how it’s never too late to to find your purpose and how imp…
 
John and Glen mention the latest with the new variant of COVID-19 and recent departure from college football coaches. Martha talks about how we can be like St. Andrew and invite others to follow Jesus through our actions and words and not to be afraid to do so. Timmerie highlights the complications that arise in […]…
 
Omar breaks down encyclicals connected to the Immaculate Conception and talks about why we should participate in the beautiful tradition of the novena leading up to this important feast day in the liturgical calendar. Deacon Martin talks about saints in our Catholic tradition that patrons of Black Catholics, like St. Augustine and St. Martin De […]…
 
JSerra's new Virtue Program has been a smash hit with students and staff, but three months into the project, some parents are asking, "Weren't you doing enough?" JSerra History Teacher, Sr. John Michael of the Dominican Sisters of Ann Arbor, gives a dynamic overview of the big picture around virtues and shares some concrete stories of the fruit it …
 
John and Fr. Burke talk college football. Fr. Burke explains what the Responsorial Psalm has to teach us and challenges listeners to prepare for Mass like you would for the big football game with the same kind of enthusiasm. 40 Days for life celebrating saving 20, 000 babies since 2004! Shawn talks about this accomplishment […]…
 
Original Air Date 12/09/2020 Today we take a look in real-time at the construction of the world's newest Lost Cause narrative, the failed re-election of Donald Trump. This is not our country's first experience with Lost Causes and it's not, contrary to popular opinion, even our second connection to a Lost Cause narrative because we didn't invent th…
 
We put themed music at the end of each episode - "dessert," if you will. In the spirit of this holiday season, where we give ourselves the joy of eating dessert first, we'd like to highlight the artists whose work has enhanced ours over the past few years . See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art…
 
Sorry for the late episode Rosies! Between colds and new jobs and holidays we've had a busy November and got a bit behind. In this episode we talk about indigenous women creators you should be checking out, local female owned eateries and a boss babe we know who just published a children's book! If you're more of a visual person head on over to you…
 
Katrina and Geoff talk about dreams! This week we learn a new work, oneiromancy, the use of dreams to fortell the future, and use it as a vehicle to explore the difference between folk belief and religious mythology (and the very specific definition of myth used in the study of folklore). We cover a bunch of quick stories in this episode having to …
 
131: "It's really exciting to be introduced to books that are pertinent to our culture and to be able to discuss them in community." A book club invitation with Jen, Nani and Caitilin Damacion Surprise! In celebration of the holiday weekend, we bring on returning guest Caitilin Damacion to invite you all to the Tsismis with Jen and Nani (TJN) Book …
 
In this episode, Kelly and Camille start a three episode arc on the Fall 2021 back to school season and the impacts COVID has had on the experience. They specifically chat with two educators (Shakeya Hockett & Tonia Dukart) as guests in this episode, the first of three.By Kelly & Camille
 
Air Date 11/24/2021 Today we take a look at the state of the ever-increasingly authoritarian Republican Party as they hack the media by being too terrible to hold to account, hack the democratic process through gerrymandering and endlessly rebrand because in their core they stand for nothing. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 …
 
Brian Gibson gives a prolife update and talks about the Texas abortion ban being taken up in the SCOTUS Ashley Noronha brings us news from Rome and a summary of the Holy Fathers General Audience Bishop Mueggenborg, takes a look at this coming Sunday’s GospelBy Relevant Radio
 
November is National Adoption Month. Keep listening as we talk with Meaghan Lane, Program Director for Pregnancy and Adoption Support services at Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington, about how best to pursue adoption and what “ethical adoption” is and looks like. Today’s host is Amber Roseboom, Director of Media Relations at the Catholic…
 
John and Glen discuss and offer prayers for those who lost their lives or were injured in the Waukesha Holiday Parade accident, especially sending prayer to regular contributor Dave Durand whose wife lost her life in the tragedy. Martha asks listeners to remember in a special way those in our lives who have passed and […]…
 
Kristen talks about the importance if this particular case which focuses on the legality of pre-viable babies in the womb and how the Students for Life College Campus Tours have been going reaching out to pro-life and pro-choice students and educating them and others on the science and facts of what abortion truly is. Mark […]…
 
"What would it be like if we could daven and engage in Jewish life without having to endure racism?" says Ilana Kaufman, Executive Director of the Jews of Color Initiative. In a recent survey of Jews of Color by Ilana's organization, most respondents report facing racism and discrimination in majority white Jewish communal settings, and they don't …
 
Professor Glenn Loury is in social sciences and economics at Brown University and a distinguished visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution. Prior to that, he became a tenured professor of economics at Harvard at the age of 33. How he got from there to here is an inspiring and fascinating story of hard work and accomplishment that is explored in gr…
 
The last time we spoke with Elizabeth Stanley, she was anxiously awaiting the arrival of her baby girl. Continuing our Returning Reborn series, this mama joins us with her sweet babe now in her arms. From the way becoming a mother changes you forever, to pumping in the bathroom of the Tony awards, she shares where she is in her motherhood journey a…
 
Mary gives an update on the latest concerning the Waukesha Holiday Parade incident and Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. Fr. Burke discusses the importance of prepping for mass by going through the readings before you get to mass so you have a better chance to contemplate and take in God’s living word. Fr. Jeremy offers some clarity […]…
 
Bill explores the rising costs due to inflation and gives suggestions on how you can make your money work for you and save during this time. Kim gives suggestions about how you can make Thanksgiving conversation with family friendly and meaningful including having questions and pivot points ready in case of tension. Kim and Glen […]…
 
Air Date 11/20/2021 Today we take a look at the state of international climate negotiations and the intersection of capitalism and colonialism in the role of indigenous peoples around the world in stewarding the lands in a climate-friendly way. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript BestOfT…
 
Topics: Discuss Kanye West Drink Champs Interview Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Artist of the Week: Ego Elle May (www.linktr.ee/egoellemay) Music Snobs Hosted by: @PiperCarterpodcast || Cohost: Brittany March | Jireh | DejaGuest: Khary Fraizer Produced By: DetroitisDifferent.net Piper Carter is the founder of 'We Found Hip-hop.' Advocate for Women in Hip-…
 
Mary breaks down the facts of this case and dismisses rumors and speculation about the case. She addresses the morality of self defense based on Catholic teaching. Dr. Schroeder reiterates the importance in clear communication in our relationships and lives and asks listeners to question how empathetic and effective their communication skills are. …
 
Hector explains the importance of the final feast day in the liturgical calendar for Catholics, Christ the King, and relays why Mary is considered the Queen Mother. Gary expounds on how we can train ourselves to be more grateful and not take everyday conveniences and pleasures for granted. He notes the peace that is found […]…
 
Hear the full show by becoming a member! Original Air Date: 11-2-21 Today, I am joined by Amanda, Erin and Deon to discuss: - Te deths of the Red Scare™ - Why some Christians think that empathy is a sin - Why those Christians are wrong about empathy being a sin - Why those Christians are probably just narcissists - Why we can all empathize with tho…
 
Pablo gives a live report on the ground from the USCCB’s general assembly meeting on the passage of the Eucharistic document “Mystery of the Eucharist” and relays consensus and comradery of the Bishops finally able to have their meeting in person this year. He gives details on the upcoming 3 year Eucharistic revival and some […]…
 
Monsignor explains the history of this Annual Prayer Day at the University of Mary and the joy of having guest speakers like Kathryn Jean Lopez at this event. Kathryn reveals her main talking points on prayer and says we need to be guarded that we are not waiting to prayer until we accomplish something but […]…
 
Why hasn’t the third edition of Hannah More’s Coelebs in Search of a Wife been digitized? Why doesn’t GoogleBooks group the different volumes of multi-volume works together in a single catalogue record? And, what do authors and pandas have in common? We bemoan the limitations of our various sources on a monthly basis, but this month we’re digging i…
 
John and Glen discuss the latest on the USCCB Bishops conference and Archbishop Gomez’s comments and mention that deliberations continue on the Kyle Rittenhouse case in Wisconsin. Fr. Marcel explains what intercessory prayer is and what Catholics believe when it comes to the Communion of saints. He encourages listeners to intercede as an act of […]…
 
Omar breaks down the Archbishops comments in context and explains why we need to fight against the false religions (wokeness) in our culture. He notes that while there is some good in the social justice part of these cultural religions, they do not lead to full truth and freedom. Ashley recaps Pope Francis’ dissertation on […]…
 
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