Best bronx community leaders podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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The Cultural Hall Podcast
 
LDS Church reaffirms ‘political neutrality’ in response to Trump’s religious liberties executive order The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said a new executive order issued by President Donald Trump on religious liberties will not affect its vow to remain “politically neutral.” Read Story The most Mormon country in the world? It’s T ...…
 
Today’s guest is from the Bronx in New York. His journey to agriculture started accidentally while he was dealing with student conflict in his class. From zero agricultural background, Stephen Ritz created a system – a whole school program that changed how the students, the parents, and the community view agriculture. This program, called Green ...…
 
Today’s guest is from the Bronx in New York. His journey to agriculture started accidentally while he was dealing with student conflict in his class. From zero agricultural background, Stephen Ritz created a system – a whole school program that changed how the students, the parents, and the community view agriculture. This program, called Green ...…
 
Lucy West has been a mover and shaker in the world of education for over 30 years. Since the mid-nineties Ms. West has been at the forefront of the movement to increase classroom discourse and infuse it with rigor and equity. Ms. West began her career in New York City Public Schools as a second grade teacher. Later, while serving the city as th ...…
 
In this episode I interview Naijha Wright-Brown and Greg Brown, founders of vegan soul food bistro The Land of Kush in Baltimore, Maryland. Naijha, a native New Yorker, born in Manhattan’s lower east side and raised in the South Bronx, is a people person, with over 20 years of customer relations experience. She’s held managerial, technical and ...…
 
Rosangel and Ruthie speak with Marjorie Velazquez who recently decided to run for a Council member in the Bronx.About | Marjorie Velázquez was born into a Bronx home that embodies the opportunities provided by this great borough and city. As the daughter of Puerto Rican parents who moved here in the 1970’s to create a better life, she learned ...…
 
Tom Kamber (@thomaskamber) is the founder and executive director of OATS, where he has helped over 20,000 senior citizens get online, built more than 30 free technology centers, created the seniorplanet.org digital community, and launched the Senior Planet Exploration Center—the country’s first technology-themed community center for older adult ...…
 
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ICS Independence Radio
 
Host Stephanie Wallace talks to ICS Senior VP of Independent Living Services Anna Fay about how growing up with a disability and wanting to live as independently as possible led her to become a leader in the disability rights movement of the 1970s.Read more about Anna here: http://www.icsny.org/an-independent-woman/Independence Radio is a broad ...…
 
Omar Freilla, one of the nation’s most dynamic and creative young environmental justice leaders, is a founding board member of Sustainable South Bronx and launched Green Worker Cooperatives, an inspiring initiative dedicated to the creation of worker-owned, environmentally friendly manufacturing cooperatives in the South Bronx. Freilla describe ...…
 
https://fbcgso.files.wordpress.com/2016/04/sermon-4-24-2016-as.mp3 John 21.1-19 How do you measure the growth of a church? This is the subject of a recent article from our friends at the Center for Healthy Churches. (1) Church consultants point to a range of data when trying to quantify growth, but more often than not when determining the size, ...…
 
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The Rambler
 
Analisa Freitas is an extremely busy Peruvian adoptee and the FIRST non-Korean guest to the Rambler! She is the Bronx Organizer & Climate Justice Campaign Lead for Faith in New York (FINY), the NY state affiliate of the PICO National Network. She was born in Lima, Peru, adopted at two months old, and raised in California’s Central Valley. Anali ...…
 
Last week, we brought our virtual tour home—here to New York State, with a look at public four-year colleges in New York. We focused on our two systems of public higher education, two of the very biggest in the nation: The State University of New York, with its 64 two-year and four-year colleges and universities, and The City University of New ...…
 
Climate Stew host Peterson Toscano on a recent trip to Iceland Climate Stew host Peterson Toscano traveled to Iceland and met one of the most hopeful climate scientists around. He shares a jaunty interview with Halldór Björnsson of the Icelandic Met Office. We also welcome new Climate Stew partners, Yale Climate Connections with a story about T ...…
 
In recent episodes, we have focused our virtual tour of colleges on the public and private higher education institutions in the Mid-Atlantic region: Maryland, Delaware, the District of Columbia, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. As we explained then, we put off a look at colleges in New York (which is, of course, part of the Mid-Atlantic region) be ...…
 
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The Gist of Freedom Preserving American History through Black Literature . . .
 
FROM THE SOUTH BRONX TO SOUTH AFRICA. Global citizenship is more than a notion. African American and Latino students are among the groups least likely to participate in international study. We believe that has to change in order to cultivate visionary leaders in our community who value their culture, and who can bring global perspectives and st ...…
 
Download Podcast Tune in for an hour of news, information and social commentary as it relates to the political human rights struggle in the USA. Tonight we will have open forum and open lines but in the spirit of Black August and remembering past periods of struggle against racism, the killing of Michael Brown in August of 2014 led to the Fergu ...…
 
Rob Shirkey believes a little warning label on gas pumps can possibly make a big difference in getting people engaged in climate action. In this episode of Climate Stew I ask him about his idea and compare it to the cigarette warning labels that scared the snot out of me growing up. We also dive deep into the world of golf. Both our current new ...…
 
March went out like a lion on the news front in Queens. Willets Point business owners reached a settlement with the city for their move to the Bronx in preparation for a massive redevelopment of the area next to Citi Field, but some are not part of the deal, and are still standing firm on a promise that they will stay until the very end. City o ...…
 
Joining us for episode 24 of Climate Stew is Rev. Nancy Wilson. At the Creating Change Conference Nancy took part in a workshop, A Queer Response to Climate Change, and she makes powerful connections between the 1980’s HIV/AIDS Crisis and our current climate change crisis. Tony Buffusio also joins us with some New York City news and a direct pl ...…
 
Although estimates can vary considerably, throughout Europe, there are as many as 56 million Muslims living there. Russia accounts for nearly half with over 27 million. Excluding Russia, over half of the remainder can be found in just five countries: France - 6 million Germany - 4 million United Kingdom - 3 million Italy - 1.5 million Spain - 1 ...…
 
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RunRunLive 4.0 - Running Podcast
 
Interludes 1.2 - NYC Marathon (Audio: link) [audio:http://www.RunRunLive.com/PodcastEpisodes/NYC.mp3] Link NYC.mp3 Act one – The Bridge Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros – All in a Day Freezing and about half way across the Verrazano Narrows Bridge and the wind was blowing sideways at 20-30 mph with gusts up to 50 mph. Physical shivers racked me ...…
 
Twenty-one years ago, Jim Ziolkowski gave up a fast-track career in corporate finance to dedicate his life to buildOn, an organization that turns inner-city teens into community leaders at home and abroad. Walk in Their Shoes tells the story of Jim's movement and the thousands of young people who have decided to step forward and make a differen ...…
 
In this New Thinking podcast, Tracey L. Meares, the Walton Hale Hamilton Professor at Yale Law School, outlines the four components of procedural justice and their power to enhance perceptions of government legitimacy. She also discusses how procedural justice is incorporated into Chicago Offender Notification Forums, an anti-violence intervent ...…
 
[music] Tom Becka: Hello. Welcome to another episode of Tombecka.com where everyone is exceptional and everyone has a story to tell. The story of James Crotty is a very interesting one in that James did not go to school to become a teacher yet he became an educator. He did not go to school to become a film-maker, yet he made a movie. James Crot ...…
 
In this episode of the Youth With A Mission News Podcast we will hear from Loren Cunningham about how the Bible transforms nations, we will talk about how you can help the South Sudan Refugees, see what kind of work is happening to rebuild in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan, find out about a ministry to disabled in Latvia, and more … Stori ...…
 
SCROLL DOWN to BOTTOM FOR AUDIO FILE Please check out a week long forum on thefeministwire.com for MLK week on Mumia & Mass Incarceration featuring Mumia, Angela Davis and others on among other issues, the growing number of black women in prisons. Check out Mumia's excellent piece on Women, Movement, & Radical King. http://thefeministwire.com/2 ...…
 
Ishan Cader talks to Dr.Jeffery Webber, Lecturer in the School of Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary, University of London about how and why the neo- liberal regimes in ‘the US’s back yard’ were ousted by left and centre-left governments in Latin America. Jeffery Webber: If you go back in history to the early 1990s, the Latin Am ...…
 
Ishan Cader talks to Dr.Jeffery Webber, Lecturer in the School of Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary, University of London about how and why the neo- liberal regimes in ‘the US’s back yard’ were ousted by left and centre-left governments in Latin America. Jeffery Webber: If you go back in history to the early 1990s, the Latin Am ...…
 
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Humanities and Social Sciences – Pod Academy
 
Ishan Cader talks to Dr.Jeffery Webber, Lecturer in the School of Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary, University of London about how and why the neo- liberal regimes in ‘the US’s back yard’ were ousted by left and centre-left governments in Latin America. Jeffery Webber: If you go back in history to the early 1990s, the Latin Am ...…
 
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Podcasts – ArtsFwd
 
This month Richard Evans is joined by the leaders of two different arts organizations which are both implementing projects in Hunts Point, a neighborhood in the New York City borough of the Bronx: Aviva Davidson, Executive and Artistic Director of Dancing in the Streets, and Amy Sananman, Founder and Executive Director of Groundswell. They offe ...…
 
Summary of today’s show: Just when you might have given up on the next generation of young Catholics, we meet Kathleen Grey and Catherine Asher, two young women graduating from Ursuline Academy in Dedham, who sit down with Scot Landry and Fr. Chris O’Connor to talk about their strong Catholic faith, which was handed on by their families and str ...…
 
Summary of today’s show: The US bishops sounded a clarion call to Catholics on April 12, 2012 with their landmark statement on religious liberty, “Our First, Most Cherished Liberty”. Scot Landry, Fr. Chip Hines, and Domenico Bettinelli go over the document in detail, discussing what it means for Catholics, showing how unprecedented is this cour ...…
 
From San Francisco to Senegal, and from Hamburg to Havana, hip hop has gone global. In recent years in particular, the voice of rappers has been prominent in political struggles, particularly across the Arab world during the Arab Spring uprisings. How did it happen and can we really talk about a global hip hop generation? Caspar Melville spoke ...…
 
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Humanities and Social Sciences – Pod Academy
 
From San Francisco to Senegal, and from Hamburg to Havana, hip hop has gone global. In recent years in particular, the voice of rappers has been prominent in political struggles, particularly across the Arab world during the Arab Spring uprisings. How did it happen and can we really talk about a global hip hop generation? Caspar Melville spoke ...…
 
From San Francisco to Senegal, and from Hamburg to Havana, hip hop has gone global. In recent years in particular, the voice of rappers has been prominent in political struggles, particularly across the Arab world during the Arab Spring uprisings. How did it happen and can we really talk about a global hip hop generation? Caspar Melville spoke ...…
 
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Arts and Culture – Pod Academy
 
From San Francisco to Senegal, and from Hamburg to Havana, hip hop has gone global. In recent years in particular, the voice of rappers has been prominent in political struggles, particularly across the Arab world during the Arab Spring uprisings. How did it happen and can we really talk about a global hip hop generation? Caspar Melville spoke ...…
 
Geoffrey Canada, the founder and leader of the Harlem Children’s Zone, is one of education reform’s best known and most respected heroes. A child of the streets of the South Bronx, he created what might be the most intense, most integrated effort ever to combat poverty in one of the nation’s poorest communities. In Whatever it Takes: Geoffrey C ...…
 
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