Best abolitionist podcasts we could find (Updated January 2018)
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New Abolitionists Radio – BLACK TALK RADIO NETWORK™
 
New Black Media for the New Millennium
 
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Podcast – Animal Rights The Abolitionist Approach
 
...and Abolition Means Veganism!
 
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Abolitionist Radio: Abolish Human Abortion
 
Abolitionist Radio seeks to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ into conflict with the child sacrifice called human abortion. We seek to awaken Christians to become Salt and Light that will lead to the abolition of human abortion.
 
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Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach Commentary
 
The Commentary will promote ethical veganism and creative, non-violent vegan education as the primary forms of activism to move toward the abolition of animal use.
 
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Which Side: A Vegan Anarchist Podcast
 
Which Side brings you people every week that are passionate and fighting for Animal, Human & Environmental rights. Hosts Jordan Halliday & Jeremy Parkin , both long time vegan anarchist, bring you guests that are living the life just like you, fighting to make this world just a little bit better. If you give a damn at all this show is for you. Come be a part of our community of global activist today and subscribe.
 
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NZ Vegan Podcast
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Continuing the abolitionist veganism approach Down Under.
 
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IN PLAIN SIGHT Podcast to End Human Trafficking
 
The IN PLAIN SIGHT podcast empowers current and future leaders with inspiring stories of fellow abolitionists and actionable insights to implement in their own organizations. Hosted by David Trotter, episodes feature engaging interviews with noted leaders in the anti-trafficking movement - men and women committed to ending all forms of human trafficking in our world - sex trafficking, labor trafficking, and organ trafficking. Get more information at www.inplainsightfilm.com.
 
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Vegan For Life
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Constitutional
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With the writing of the Constitution in 1787, the framers set out a young nation’s highest ideals. And ever since, we’ve been fighting over it — what is in it and what was left out. At the heart of these arguments is the story of America.As a follow-up to the popular Washington Post podcast “Presidential,” reporter Lillian Cunningham returns with this series exploring the Constitution and the people who framed and reframed it — revolutionaries, abolitionists, suffragists, teetotalers, protes ...
 
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Rustbelt Abolition Radio
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Rustbelt Abolition Radio (RAR) is a prison abolitionist movement-building and media project based in Detroit, MI.
 
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Self Discovery Radio Network
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Self Discovery Radio is focusing our direction on showcasing the work that people and organizations are doing globally in helping to redirect the world and its inhabitants to live in a more tranquil purposeful and meaningful liberating life.We believe if we share the stories and some of the incredible journeys that ordinary people have made in redirecting theirs lives and in embracing their true love of life and purpose, it will not only inspire you the listener but also show you who you can ...
 
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AfroSapiophile Podcast Network
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Intelligent Black thought meets the podcast world. Join me, the "Vicious Abolitionist" as I speak on how race and sex intersects with entertainment, politics and society. AfroSapiophile: the flagship show where guests and co-hosts join.JohnnyLive: A show with Johnny Silvercloud solo, interacting with Facebook Live.BlackOscars: The show built on sharing feelings about all forms of entertainment such as movies, music, videogames. TreacherousTuesdays: The old show by Johnny Silvercloud.
 
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Native Races and the War by BUTLER, Josephine
 
Josephine Elizabeth Butler was a Victorian era British feminist who was strongly committed to liberal reforms. As a result of her efforts, international organisations including the International Abolitionist Federation were set up to campaign against state regulation of prostitution and the trafficking in women and children. This book reflects her abhorrence of slavery in all its forms and is particularly pertinent in our world of today. (Summary by Wikipedia)
 
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Narrative of Sojourner Truth, The by GILBERT, Olive and TRUTH, Sojourner
 
The Narrative of Sojourner Truth is the gripping autobiographical account of Sojourner Truths life as a slave in pre-Civil War New York State, and her eventual escape to Freedom. Since Sojourner could neither read or write, she dictated her story to Olive Gilbert after they met at a Women’s Rights rally. The Narrative was first published in 1850, and was widely distributed by the Abolitionist Movement. It was one of the catalysts for the rise of anti-slavery public opinion in the years leadi ...
 
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Millennials Are Killing Capitalism
 
We created this podcast in recognition that there are a number of podcasts for the American “left,” but many of them focus heavily on the organizing of social democrats, progressives, and liberal democrats. Aside from that, on the left we are always fighting a war of ideas and if we do not continue to build platforms to share those ideas and the stories of their implementation from a leftist perspective, they will continue to be ignored, misrepresented, and dismissed by the capitalist media ...
 
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Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe
 
Uncle Tom’s Cabin is one of the most controversial novels of the last century, with it’s sentimental portrayal of the anti-slavery movement in the USA. Written in 1852, the novel instantly rose to fame and split Americans up and down the country. Stowe was a passionate abolitionist and was inspired to write Uncle Tom when she spent time in Cincinnati in the early part of the 18th century. She met many slaves who had escaped from Kentucky and was touched by the friendships she built. It was w ...
 
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Conjuring Raine
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From San Fransisco's Tenderloin to the Dismal Swamp of North Carolina, human trafficking, vampires, and conjure magic combine in this sexy, funny, spooky story about Raine Black, a struggling comic strip artist with a gift--her comics come true. Enter Joshua: Raine's secret childhood friend, an abolitionist, and a vampire. Possessed by a revenge demon his vampire religion can't contain, Joshua just wants to get Raine safe from the demon, and from the other vampires, so he can kill himself in ...
 
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Eliza Crossing the River by STOWE, Harriet Beecher
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 9 recordings of Eliza Crossing the River by Harriet Beecher Stowe. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for April 27th, 2014. Harriet Beecher Stowe was an American abolitionist and author. Her novel Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852) was a depiction of life for African Americans under slavery; it reached millions as a novel and play, and became influential in the United States and United Kingdom. It energized anti-slavery forces in the American North, while provoking w ...
 
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Works Of Robert G. Ingersoll, Volume 4, The by INGERSOLL, Robert G.
 
Col. Robert G. Ingersoll, one of the greatest orators of the mid-19th century, was a highly sought after lecturer/toastmaster who sold out every hall he engaged throughout America. He was an ardent abolitionist, agnostic, humanist, humanitarian, supporter of the arts, and woman's rights, and member of the Unitarian Church, who railed against the absurdities of the Bible and cruelties of Christianity, praised technology, inventors, authors and great statemen for their contributions to the upl ...
 
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Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass by Frederick Douglass
 
Frederick Douglass was born into slavery on a Maryland plantation. He faced hardship as a child, but later encountered owners who were relatively liberal and allowed him to learn to read, write and be in contact with freed slaves. At the age of 20, he escaped from the plantation and made his way to New York. Though he remained a fugitive, he married and changed his name to avoid being caught. He continued his education and became involved in the Abolitionist Movement. He began touring the co ...
 
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Autobiography Memories and Experiences, Volume 1 by CONWAY, Moncure Daniel
 
Moncure Daniel Conway was an American abolitionist, Unitarian, clergyman and author. This first volume of his autobiography covers roughly the years of his birth through the end of the US Civil War. (Summary by JoeD)
 
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Address to Free Colored Americans, An by AN ANTI-SLAVERY CONVENTION OF AMERICAN WOMEN
 
The first Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women met in New York City in May, 1837. Members at the Convention came from all walks of life and included such prominent women as Mary Parker, Lucretia Mott, the Grimke sisters, and Lydia Maria Child. One outcome of this important event was a statement of the organization’s role in the abolitionist movement as expressed in AN ADDRESS TO FREE COLORED AMERICANS, which begins: “The sympathy we feel for our oppressed fellow-citizens who are enslave ...
 
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Freedmen's Book, The by CHILD, Lydia Maria
 
Lydia Maria Child, an American abolitionist, compiled this collection of short stories and poems by former slaves and noted activists as an inspiration to freed slaves. In her dedication to the freedmen, she urges those who can read, to read these stories aloud to others to share the strength and courage of and accomplishments of colored men and women. In that spirit, this recording aims to gives that voice a permanent record. (Summary by Rhonda Federman)
 
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Uncle Tom's Cabin by STOWE, Harriet Beecher
 
Among the most “banned” books in the United States, Uncle Tom’s Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly is a novel by American author Harriet Beecher Stowe which treats slavery as a central theme. Stowe was a Connecticut-born teacher at the Hartford Female Academy and an active abolitionist. The novel is believed to have had a profound effect on the North’s view of slavery. In fact, when he met Harriet Beecher Stowe, President Lincoln is said to have commented, “So you’re the little lady whose book ...
 
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Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass by DOUGLASS, Frederick
 
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass is a memoir and treatise on abolition written by famous orator and ex-slave, Frederick Douglass. It is generally held to be the most famous of a number of narratives written by former slaves during the same period. In factual detail, the text describes the events of his life and is considered to be one of the most influential pieces of literature to fuel the abolitionist movement of the early 19th Century in the United States. (Summary by Jeanette)
 
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Three Years In Europe by BROWN, William Wells
 
William Wells Brown was born a slave, near Lexington, Kentucky. His mother, Elizabeth, was a slave--his father a white man who never acknowledged his paternity. Brown escaped slavery at about the age of 20. For many years he worked as a steamboatman and as a conductor for the Underground Railroad in Buffalo, New York. In 1843, he became a lecturer for the Western New York Anti-Slavery Society, and was a contemporary of Frederick Douglass. Brown went to Europe in 1849 to encourage British sup ...
 
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Steve McQueen: Meet the Filmmaker
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Join filmmaker Steve McQueen ("Shame") as he discusses 12 Years a Slave, his new film that’s based on an incredible true story of one man’s fight for survival and freedom in the pre–Civil War United States. Solomon Northup (Chiwetel Ejiofor), a free black man, is abducted and sold into slavery. Facing cruelty, as well as unexpected kindnesses, Solomon struggles not only to stay alive, but to retain his dignity. In the twelfth year of his unforgettable odyssey, his chance meeting with a Canad ...
 
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Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass by DOUGLASS, Frederick
 
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass is a memoir and treatise on abolition written by famous orator and ex-slave, Frederick Douglass. It is generally held to be the most famous of a number of narratives written by former slaves during the same period. In factual detail, the text describes the events of his life and is considered to be one of the most influential pieces of literature to fuel the abolitionist movement of the early 19th Century in the United States. (Summary by Jeanette)
 
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Clotel, or, The President's Daughter by BROWN, William Wells
 
Clotel; or, The President's Daughter is a novel by William Wells Brown (1814-84), a fugitive from slavery and abolitionist and was published in London, England in December 1853. It is often considered the first African-American novel. This novel focuses on the difficult lives of mulattoes in America and the "degraded and immoral condition of the relation of master and slave in the USA" (Brown). It is about the tragic lives of Currer, Althesea, and Clotel. In the novel, Currer is the former m ...
 
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Meditations from the Pen of Mrs. Maria W. Stewart by STEWART, Maria W.
 
Maria W. Stewart was America's first black woman political writer. Between 1831 and 1833, she gave four speeches on the topics of slavery and women's rights. Meditations From The Pen of Mrs. Maria W. Stewart—published in 1879, shortly before her death—is a collection of those speeches as well as her memoir, some meditations and prayers. They are political, poetical and sermon all at the same time; but in the mileu in which she lectured, they were a critically important part of the abolitioni ...
 
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Conjuring Raine
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From San Fransisco's Tenderloin to the Dismal Swamp of North Carolina, human trafficking, vampires, and conjure magic combine in this sexy, funny, spooky story about Raine Black, a struggling comic strip artist with a gift--her comics come true. Enter Joshua: Raine's secret childhood friend, an abolitionist, and a vampire. Possessed by a revenge demon his vampire religion can't contain, Joshua just wants to get Raine safe from the demon, and from the other vampires, so he can kill himself in ...
 
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My Southern Home or, The South and Its People by BROWN, William Wells
 
William Wells Brown was born a slave, near Lexington, Kentucky. His mother, Elizabeth, was a slave; his father was a white man who never acknowledged his paternity. Brown escaped slavery at about the age of 20. For many years he worked as a steam boatman and as a conductor for the Underground Railroad in Buffalo, New York. In 1843, he became a lecturer for the Western New York Anti-Slavery Society, and was a contemporary of Frederick Douglass. Brown went to Europe in 1849 to encourage Britis ...
 
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Opening the Way -- The Women's eNews Women's History Walk
 
Discover the rich history of women's influence in downtown Manhattan that traces the foundation of NYC on this 21-stop walking tour, developed by award-winning nonprofit news service Women's eNews, and celebrating women's contributions to our society. Researched and written by former New York Times editor Betsy Wade and historian James Boylan, the walk highlights pioneer writers, agitators, abolitionists, suffragists, and those we now call activists, as well as three heroes who gave their li ...
 
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Abolition Radio
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Abolition Radio, the broadcast outreach of LOVE NEVER FAILS, invites you to join in the fight against human trafficking. We seek to mobilize the Church in North America to move beyond awareness toward collective action in abolishing modern slavery at home and abroad. Starting with the significant human trafficking problem here in Northern California, Abolition Radio will engage the audience with a weekly program featuring: compelling interviews with modern abolitionists, stories of hope by s ...
 
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From Arlington, Virginia, to Seattle, Washington, designers are hard at work reckoning with what should be memorialized. https://www.fastcodesign.com/90155197/the-fraught-future-of-historical-monuments a proxy war about cultural erasure how cultural memory materializes spatially Kenneth Robert Lum stately statue its first public sculpture getti ...…
 
Erisa Apantaku interviews Sol Patches - gender abolitionist and musicmaker from the South and West Sides - along with collaborator Chaski So, about their newest album "Garden City." During the hour we also share some listeners' New Year's wishes and resolutions. Later, hosts Olivia Obineme and Erisa Apantaku interview writer Hanna Addis about h ...…
 
How will we handle it when someone breaks the rules of our new societies in space? Who decides whether they’re guilty? Do we need to build space prisons? Or are there alternative forms of justice we should consider that would better suit our new civilization? Space lawyer Christopher Newman talks to us about the potential problems with simply b ...…
 
This is the ninth in a series of readings from the following children's book by Independence, Kansas authors Collette Reichenberger and Judith A. Carroll. Cameos of Courage Paperback – Unabridged, 2017 by Collette L. Reichenberger (Author), Judith A. Carroll (Author) Cameos of Courage is set in Kansas and covers a span from the 1850's - 1870's. ...…
 
This week’s episode is packed with resistance news from across Turtle Island and beyond. Struggles led by water protectors against gas and oil infrastructure are happening, seemingly, everywhere. This past week, students have been busy, while prisoners have not. We have a brief update on the work stoppage and Holman Prison. We also have intervi ...…
 
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Town Hall Seattle Civics Series
 
What are the conditions that create real leadership? Nancy Koehn, historian at the Harvard Business School, explored this question in Forged in Crisis: The Power of Courageous Leadership in Turbulent Times. Effective leaders, Koehn argues, are born from confronting obstacles. Distilling the wisdom of her popular Harvard Business School course, ...…
 
Tune in for news and information related to 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking made legal in the United States by the 13th Amendment of its constitution. Today is the Continue Reading ?
 
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Come and Take It
 
In the early 1830s, a Quaker abolitionist attempted to establish in the Mexican territory of Texas a most remarkable experiment: a colony for freed slaves. This week we talk about Benjamin Lundy and his Texas Freedmen Colony.
 
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Sojourn Network Podcast
 
Transcript: Our next speaker is Dr. Karen Swallow Prior. If you are on Christian Twitter, you've probably bumped into her. She is very present there. She's also the author of several books. My first book of hers that I read that I really loved, was her memoir, Booked, her personal journey through literature and faith. It's a beautifully written ...…
 
Fredrick Douglas was a runaway slave, writer, preacher, abolitionist leader, accomplished violinist and eventual advisor and friend to President Abraham Lincoln. For this episode of In the Corner Back by the Woodpile, we get a special tour inside and out of the Fredrick Douglas house in Washington DC, and in the process get a better picture of ...…
 
FORGED IN CRISISThe Power of Courageous LeadershipIn Turbulent Timesby Harvard Business School historianNancy KoehnFor leaders in the 21st century, there is one pressing question: What set of skills is required to lead in crisis, and can history give us answers? Harvard Business School historian and professor Nancy Koehn has surveyed some of hi ...…
 
Want to be one of the greatest leaders of all time, with a wealth of success, power and respect? Try doing nothing for a change, says Harvard historian Nancy Koehn. This counterintuitive advice applies to moments of crisis, when the stakes are high and emotions are tense, because that is the very time when you're apt to make errors in your deci ...…
 
An Abolitionist Life (2:00) Mumia Abu-Jamal
 
(Our guest this month, Hannah Rose Murray, @Hannah_RoseM , frederickdouglassinbritain.com) One spring evening in 1838, formerly enslaved African American Moses Roper spoke to a crowded audience in Leicester, and during one section of his speech, declared: "Many will say “This is the slaves’ side of the question. The slave-holders would tell a d ...…
 
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Parlando - Where Music and Words Meet
 
Thomas Wentworth Higginson may have exaggerated a bit, speaking of “dred.” It was 1891, and he had taken on the editing the surprisingly vast literary legacy of Emily Dickinson for its first substantial publication. In this task, he was a lucky find, for though he had engaged in a lengthy correspondence with Dickinson when she was still alive—t ...…
 
Fr. Rutler’s homily podcast. The current mania for tearing down statues and stifling free speech by cultural ingénues ignorant of history and logic, has reached a stellar absurdity in demands to censure “The Star Spangled Banner” on lame claims that it is racist. If ignorance is bliss, then those who indulge their revisionism, must be in Nirvan ...…
 
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Straight Talk with John Hope Bryant
 
Follow John Hope Bryant. Get or give to Operation HOPE, Inc.Get your advanced copy of The MEMO - The BookFollow the new Show Delivering The Memo. Check out and follow The Freedman's BankThis is #SilverRights
 
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Woven Community
 
Simon Biasell • Jesus the Abolitionist King
 
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Straight Talk with John Hope Bryant
 
Follow John Hope Bryant. Get or give to Operation HOPE, Inc.Get your advanced copy of The MEMO - The BookFollow the new Show Delivering The Memo. Check out and follow The Freedman's BankThis is #SilverRights
 
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This is the eighth in a series of readings from the following children's book by Independence, Kansas authors Collette Reichenberger and Judith A. Carroll. Cameos of Courage Paperback – Unabridged, 2017 by Collette L. Reichenberger (Author), Judith A. Carroll (Author) Cameos of Courage is set in Kansas and covers a span from the 1850's - 1870's ...…
 
This is the seventh in a series of readings from the following children's book by Independence, Kansas authors Collette Reichenberger and Judith A. Carroll. Cameos of Courage Paperback – Unabridged, 2017 by Collette L. Reichenberger (Author), Judith A. Carroll (Author) Cameos of Courage is set in Kansas and covers a span from the 1850's - 1870' ...…
 
This is the sixth in a series of readings from the following children's book by Independence, Kansas authors Collette Reichenberger and Judith A. Carroll. Cameos of Courage Paperback – Unabridged, 2017 by Collette L. Reichenberger (Author), Judith A. Carroll (Author) Cameos of Courage is set in Kansas and covers a span from the 1850's - 1870's. ...…
 
This is the fifth in a series of readings from the following children's book by Independence, Kansas authors Collette Reichenberger and Judith A. Carroll. Cameos of Courage Paperback – Unabridged, 2017 by Collette L. Reichenberger (Author), Judith A. Carroll (Author) Cameos of Courage is set in Kansas and covers a span from the 1850's - 1870's. ...…
 
President and Co-Founder of Nomi Network, is an abolitionist who works to ensure the complete end of human trafficking in her lifetime. Diana’s faith fuels her drive for justice. Her conviction stems from a research trip to Cambodia where she personally witnessed young children trafficked and sold.
 
This is the fourth in a series of readings from the following children's book by Independence, Kansas authors Collette Reichenberger and Judith A. Carroll. Cameos of Courage Paperback – Unabridged, 2017 by Collette L. Reichenberger (Author), Judith A. Carroll (Author) Cameos of Courage is set in Kansas and covers a span from the 1850's - 1870's ...…
 
This is the third in a series of readings from the following children's book by Independence, Kansas authors Collette Reichenberger and Judith A. Carroll. Cameos of Courage Paperback – Unabridged, 2017 by Collette L. Reichenberger (Author), Judith A. Carroll (Author) Cameos of Courage is set in Kansas and covers a span from the 1850's - 1870's. ...…
 
Original Air Date: June 10, 2014 On today’s program, after discussing the daily news, JD plays an audio recording of a LifeChurch.tv leader with an abolitionist, telling them that abortion is ‘too political’ a topic to address in church and that there are mixed views on abortion even among their church staff and that even ‘devoted’ church membe ...…
 
For many, the sounds of the alarms had become so commonplace that few bothered to listen to them anymore. Before the war had even started, Lawrence had become a center of the struggle between abolitionists and pro-slavery settlers in the Border War that would infamously become known as Bleeding Kansas. In 1856 800 men entered the town under the ...…
 
This is another edition of Living Questions , our monthly series on the role of religion in the public sphere, which we produce in collaboration with the Institute for Islamic, Christian and Jewish Studies. This past January, the leadership of Calvary Baptist Church in Washington, DC, elected the Reverend Maria Swearingen and Reverend Sally Sar ...…
 
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War Room Podcast by Reconstructionist Radio
 
Host Bill Evans & Joe Salant Guest Toby Harmon Description Live from Norman Oklahoma with Abolitionist Toby Harmon talking about Toby’s recent videos confronting the police outside of the child sacrifice centers with the Law of God. The Music Intro – Battle Cry: DOWNLOAD Used with permission from Ligonier Ministries Outro – Psalm 2: DOWNLOAD Pl ...…
 
In 1917 a german man named Charles Huffman was making fabric dye in five gallon enamel pots in a vacant store in Chicago. He named his product RIT dye in honor of his friend, Louis Rittenhouse, a vice president his Sunbeam Chemical Company. Their slogan was, “Never say Dye, say RIT.” When he was a kid, RIT dye fascinated 25 year old Phillip. Th ...…
 
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Johnny Koolout Starks
 
Take a listen to the Lifestyle & Entertainment show that, "Turns up to talk".With their unique blend of news, entertainment, information, and opinion. This show will inspire, emote and engage you in those conversations you've had many times with your friends.Koolout Radio inserts a cast of talented characters with perspectives and experiences t ...…
 
Henry David Thoreau, born July 12, 1817, poet, abolitionist, surveyor, historian, American transcendentalist, is best known for his book, Walden, a chronicle of his two-year experiment in simple living in a cabin he built on Ralph Waldo Emerson's land near Walden Pond.By bomogo52@gmail.com (Bob Gonzalez).
 
Don’t miss a podcast make sure to subscribe on iTunes and don’t miss an episode! Teaser: You know that person that just seems to get every break? People that just ALWAYS seem to get bumped into first class? The people whose parents pay for … everything? Still?! They ALWAYS get the benefit of the doubt. They are NEVER associated with negative me ...…
 
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