Best audre lorde podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Mr. Haberdashery and Dj StereOtype explore the intersectionality of blackness, queerness, music, art, friendship, romance and self-love. As recording artists and lovers of art, they share a personal and industry perspective on all covered subjects. Join them for in depth discourse from the dark skin perspective.
 
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The Smoking Tire
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Matt Farah, Zack Klapman, Chris Hayes, and Thad Brown sit down with automotive icons, pro drivers, comedians and other friends to discuss automotive industry news, racing, projects and whatever else comes to mind.For video test drives and reviews, go toTheSmokingTire.comorwww.youtube.com/thesmokingtireRentour movie, where we find out if some bad CraigsList cars can cross an entire US State, off-road!www.thesmokingtire.com/film
 
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Book Swap
Monthly+
 
Book Swap is a new podcast from Paperclip, about a husband and wife that hate each other's books. Jake likes Machiavelli. Bekah likes Audre Lorde. Let's call the whole thing off.
 
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FOX Wheels
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All the latest and breaking news from the automotive industry from FOX News Radio!
 
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In today’s episode we dive deep into the ugly reality of racism and the role it plays in today’s society and in our everyday lives. The reality we are all facing is that racism and hate crimes towards black people are on the up rise. The consistent police brutality, senseless mistreatment and injustices of black people all around the country ar ...…
 
In this episode we dish on everything International Women's Day and Women's Month. We delve into the basics of feminism, our feminist roots, and discuss some of the writers who opened our eyes to what feminism should look like. From Audre Lorde to the Feminine Mystique we discuss what it means to be a 'modern women' in 2018 and exactly what tha ...…
 
On this episode of Dirty Talk, Chapman and Tati talk about self love and define “erotic” with special guest Ratu. Questions? Comments? Email CCroskell@Collegian.com. Or find Chapman and Tati on Twitter: @Nescwick and @TatianaSophiaPT. Sources for this episode: Shameless Desire – Aurora Levins Morales https://goo.gl/wWaWgn Uses of the Erotic – A ...…
 
Shine Theory, millennial pinkwashing, and intellectual property in the internet age. Plus, women-only spaces for profit and for community. ***** Shine Theory / millennial pinkwashing Appropriation in fashion IP in the internet age Jaclyn Friedman laying groundwork on consent Audre Lorde laying groundwork on *everything* NYC: The Wing and New Wo ...…
 
For the final week of Black History Month Keegan and Madigan discuss two black women who were instrumental to the feminist movement, Audre Lorde and Shirley Chisholm. Have a #SisterSolidarity story you want to share with us? Just want to reach out and say hello? Send us an email at: neighborhoodfeminist@gmail.com Instagram: @angryneighborhoodfe ...…
 
Heather Harvey loves the life and words of librarian, activist, womanist, and writer Audre Lorde.
 
Reading poetry is something that not a lot of people do with their free time. It's understandable since most people's introduction to poetry was probably in a classroom, where it makes it pedantic and boring. Also, people probably have better more exciting things to do. But poetry is powerful. I'm not sure if I can convince you of that fact, bu ...…
 
Sara Schnadt is our guest this week! Los Angeles in the house! Sara, Taylor and Rob talk about tackling things we don't want to tackle. We also chat about collaborating with non-artists and merging the work-life with the art-life. Mirrors are pretty cool, even in the 21st Century. It seems Colonel Sanders had a proclivity for the pistols. We al ...…
 
“Something there feels important to me about...doing what we can from where we are, building our capacity to do more, and refusing to be convinced that it’s hopeless for us to do anything if we can’t solve everything.” Against Purity: Living Ethically in Compromised Times By Alexis Shotwell Alexis Shotwell discusses her book Against Purity: Liv ...…
 
When I was 19 I fell in love with Plato’s Socratic Dialogues. These exciting explorations of truth and beauty, meaning and love, brought me into a deep curiosity. Having first encountered them on my own, I proposed doing an independent study about them at my college. I was assigned a crusty old philosophy professor as my teacher. At our first s ...…
 
This week, as a part of WBEZ’s Podcast Passport series, we bring to you our live show from Thalia Hall in Chicago! Dr. Eve Ewing, sociologist extraordinaire, schools us on why poetry is not a luxury (shout out to Audre Lorde!), and plays a lil game we like to call Six Degrees of Education Policy. Let it be noted that she plays this game like a ...…
 
It's pride month and Lorraine and Sarah are getting learnt up on black and Jewish gay icons! Sarah discovers living legend Barbra Streisand aka Babs Bunny -- guess what, guys? Funny Girl is delightful AND one of two movies that are good despite being over 2 hours long. (The other is Titanic, duh.) This chick is the realest, and she never let th ...…
 
Ten years ago, Brian Buford was put in charge of the LGBT Center at the University of Louisville. That same year, UofL created its Audre Lorde Chair in Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Studies — a position held ever since by our own Dr. Story.The campus wasn't openly hostile to gay students, but it wasn't explicitly inclusive, either. And tho ...…
 
TW: Graphic depiction of violenceWe jumped into the debate surrounding violent vs. nonviolent protest tactics, and it led to discussions about the importance of intersectional feminism, sustaining good anti-authoritarian process, the Portland May Day "riots", and more!Here is a bibliography and reference guide for this episode:Mothers Day as an ...…
 
In this episode Dr. Carmen interviews Dr. D’vorah Grenn. Dr. D’vorah served as a Chair and Executive Co Faculty in the Women and Spirituality Masters Program at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, now called Sofia University. She is also the cofounder of the Spiritual Guidance Network, and on the founding advisory board of the Kohenet Pr ...…
 
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In this episode, recorded at the Kinsler Bartimaeus Institute in February of 2017, Elaine Enns and Ched Myers reflect on the fragmentation of movements for justice since the Beyond Vietnam speech. Ched shares about the disillusionment following the 60s when justice-minded people broke into niches, focusing on one issue to the exclusion of the r ...…
 
In this future there are no more human police officers. Is that even possible? The future of policing is a really really complicated topic. And it’s also, and this might be the understatement of the year, a controversial one. On this episode we’re not going to try and give you a full picture of what the future of policing might be. That would t ...…
 
In this future there are no more human police officers. Is that even possible? The future of policing is a really really complicated topic. And it’s also, and this might be the understatement of the year, a controversial one. On this episode we’re not going to try and give you a full picture of what the future of policing might be. That would t ...…
 
In this future there are no more human police officers. Is that even possible? The future of policing is a really really complicated topic. And it’s also, and this might be the understatement of the year, a controversial one. On this episode we’re not going to try and give you a full picture of what the future of policing might be. That would t ...…
 
@blackloudproud shares a word from Audre Lorde about the importance of living and doing things in the NOW!
 
Poems of Revolution, Hope, and Love (Episode 91) This week we feature poems of revolution, of our shared humanity, of our love of community. Poems that highlight our commitment to justice and our desire to fight for equality. Featured poets: Nikki Giovanni, Charles Bernstein, Bill the Butcher, Staceyann Chin, Paul Tran, Lee Mokobe, Joshua Jenni ...…
 
Kelly Diels is a rampant feminist, social critic, published writer, and marketing consultant who helps women (especially) sell to women without selling themselves out. Her approach is based upon the marketing strategies of movements and revolutionaries. Her feminism and her work are about justice. Inspired by the likes of Dr. Reverend Martin Lu ...…
 
Ladies, hold onto your seats for this episode because you are about to have your world rocked (in the best way). Today I am diving deep into topics like mental health and racial reconciliation with Monique Melton, a relationships coach, Creator of the Esther 4:14 Experience, speaker and author of EntrepreFriendships. For Monique, all of her wor ...…
 
This stand-alone episode looks at Mike Flanagan’s 2016 film Hush. Hush is a horror film about Maddie, a young writer who is deaf and mute and who has recently moved to a secluded cabin in the woods. The film details one harrowing night when a serial killer arrives at her home.Content Notice: This podcast contains discussions of rape, gendered v ...…
 
In this episode we get into the books we loved in college. Ecstasy ensues as we revisit Audre Lorde, Gloria Anzaldua, Jeanette Winterson, June Jordan, Adrienne Rich, Nikki Giovani and others who changed us, stretched us, challenged us, enraptured us. We suggest several writing exercises that have inspired us, touch on Shakespeare’s writing proc ...…
 
This week's episode of Sift brings you the second installment of our discussion of Black lesbian, feminist, poet, and writer, Audre Lorde. SOURCES: http://www.siftthepodcast.com/Support: https://www.patreon.com/siftthepodcastMerch: http://www.siftthepodcast.bigcartel.com
 
Nik Stephney talks to Yanina Angelini Arismendi about art, racial attacks and respectability politics. Hear the full story Follow Nik Stephney Twitter Keep up with WomenFolk Afeni.co/womenfolk Sign up for the Afeni Newsletter Afeni.co/newsletter Recommended Reading Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham - Righteous Discontent: The Women's Movement in the B ...…
 
The value of putting yourself in someone else’s perspective, with compassion, is something that this week’s guest, filmmaker and activist Paola Mendoza, consciously creates through her storytelling. And, boldly moving forward through difficult times is something Paola talks passionately about-- as she reflects on how she moved from feelings of ...…
 
This week's episode of Sift brings you the first in a two part discussion of Black lesbian feminist, poet, and writer, Audre Lorde. SOURCES: http://www.siftthepodcast.com/Support: https://www.patreon.com/siftthepodcastMerch: http://www.siftthepodcast.bigcartel.com
 
Fiona Teng, an activist and writer of “Fatherlessness: The Presence of Dad’s Absence” on The Huffington Post goes in-depth on the challenges of working on one’s traumas and how mindfulness meditation has changed her life. “Mindfulness opens up a space in the conscious mind to let the subconscious stuff come up,” she says. The subconscious stuff ...…
 
Image by Lana BeltonLadies Book of Politeness:archive.org/details/ladies_etiq…0_hartley_128kb.mp3Beatrice Brigden- McClung's 'mock parliament'Manitoban Beatrice Brigden, recalling Nellie McClung's famous 'mock parliament' of 1914. www.youtube.com/watch?v=9q4NFxT68dkSimone de Beauvoir:www.ina.fr/audio/PH806055647Audre Lorde "A Woman Speaks" - Re ...…
 
Hello Pantsuiters! In this episode we talk reproductive rights and health with members of the lgbtq+ community. Episode Links: San Antonio Express article citing thousands of calls and emails against Senate Bill 6, aka Texas’ “bathroom bill”: http://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/Patrick-s-office-deluged-with-emails-calls-10943478.php?c ...…
 
This week we welcome Kenneth Frank's favorite power couple to the show: political economist Sara Bernardo and research chemist Ivan Zlatev! We discuss Refinery29 as a guide to life, Pharmaceutica and the world of recreational drug use, fragile Dysons, the racist Grammys and Katy Perry's recurring bullshit. We also ponder the spectacle of the Ka ...…
 
Many of us are feeling the stress of this season not only in our own life, but in our country. Through sustained seasons of stress, how do we take care of ourselves so we can stay engaged in life for the long term? Is self-care even a valid concern, or simply an expression of privilege. Audre Lord was a leading activist in the 20th Century. She ...…
 
This week, we tackle Audre Lorde's autobiographical Zami: A New Spelling of My Name. It's an account of Lorde's childhood and early adulthood, focusing specifically on her experiences as a black, out, gay woman in New York City in the 1950s.By overduepod@gmail.com (Andrew Cunningham and Craig Getting).
 
Hey everyone - well hell, it’s been a nonstop clusterfuck these last few weeks. Here it is February and I still wake up most days in dismay that it happened. As a country we are faced with lots of issues to deal with all rolled up in the fact that the DBagOTUS is a misogynistic, fascist, ignorant man. The electoral college failed its duty for a ...…
 
You run into interesting conundrums in church life. For instance, in planning readings for a Valentine’s Day service that honors the erotic, you find that it’s not at all hard to locate some pretty great erotic poems; it’s just a challenge to come up with ones that you can read aloud in church. This liturgical challenge, however, got me wonderi ...…
 
Does feminism have a race problem? How have black women shaped abolition, civil rights and women’s rights? Join Cristen and Caroline as they recount the work of Maria Stewart, Daisy Bates, Flo Kennedy, bell hooks, Audre Lorde and Alice Walker.By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
Does feminism have a race problem? How have black women shaped abolition, civil rights and women's rights? Join Cristen and Caroline as they recount the work of Maria Stewart, Daisy Bates, Flo Kennedy, bell hooks, Audre Lorde and Alice Walker. Learn more about advertising on the HowStuffWorks podcasts at www.howstuffworks.com/advertisers.htm An ...…
 
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