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Elephant in the Room
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The PHP podcast that discusses code quality, domain-driven design, modelling, ...
 
The Elephant is a platform for engaging citizens to reflect, re-member and re-envision their society by interrogating the past, the present, to fashion a future.
 
Elephant In The Room: where the things you think should never be spoken about are spoken about
 
Podcast by Grown Men
 
All truths pass through three phases. First it is ridiculed. Second it is violently opposed. Third it is accepted as self evident
 
Elephants in the Room is a podcast run by three conservative high school seniors from Massachusetts. Matt, Ben, and Nate talk about current events and other things in this pod. Hilarity (not Hillary) should ensue.
 
Day to day messages on addressing the elephants in the room.
 
A critical response to the things nobody is talking about. Elephants In The Room is a current affairs-podcast designed to provide a critical analysis of current political and social events; both in Australia and around the world.
 
This Needs To Be Said... There is such a need for people to be able to be truthful. We have been tactful all around the world and in the midst of that we want to be accepted, so we conform. Then one day you ask yourself, "What is MY truth?" While digging through a lot of baggage gathered from wanting to belong somewhere and not sure of what you believe, there is a crying out for all those things that should be said that aren't. No longer will WE pretend that there are no issues to address! O ...
 
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Naming It
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Naming It features Bay Area Psychologists, Dr. Bedford Palmer & Dr. LaMisha Hill, who explore the intersections of Social Justice, Psychology, & Blackness. They introduce aspects of counseling psychology that are not commonly thought of, and engage listeners in a conversation about pop-culture and current events in a way that delves deeper, and focuses on how it all impacts on our lives. The Mission of Naming It is to call out the elephant in the room, and to call in the voices of social jus ...
 
Sean Slaughter, Cook Dogg, and True-Asia do not just talk about the elephants in the room, they have tackled the elephant and placed it in a headlock! Covering a wide range of topics from pop culture, relationships, religion, music, politics, and sports, they say what you were scared to say. Only for the daring, not for the boring.
 
Everybody knows the image--the lightning mind; the astute powers of observation; the lean frame in the deerstalker hat and Inverness cape; the virtuoso violinist; the casual misogyny; the ‘class A drug’ intake that could fell an elephant--but now Dream Realm Enterprises takes us deeper into the rooms at 221b Baker Street to reveal the candid side of the Great Detective.
 
Mr.LB & Mr.Charm tackle the elephant in the room when it comes to dating....Finances
 
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3RD EYE OPEN
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3rd Eye Open, dial in Live (646)595-3705, hosted by Entrepreneur, Speaker, Trainer Jerome "DaOne" Tucker, with the divine purpose of Mpowering the masses with his unique interview style guaranteed to invoke lively conversation and revealing honest insight. 3EO is aimed at opening people's minds to the possibilities of the universe. With co-host World renown historian the 'Encyclo-Negro-Pedia" C.R. Gibbs 3EO is Mpowering the galaxy. The world has been on a constant path of change and we've ho ...
 
Hi! My name is Marquel B. Foster. I am on a mission to expose the elephant in the room, and turn on the lights in the a dark world.
 
Mortimer Q. Thomson (September 2, 1832 – June 25, 1875) was an American journalist and humorist who wrote under the pseudonym Q. K. Philander Doesticks. He was born in Riga, New York and grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He attended Michigan University in Ann Arbor, but was expelled along with several others either for his involvement in secret societies[1] or for "too much enterprise in securing subjects for the dissecting room."[2] After a brief period working in theater, he became a journal ...
 
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EIR LIVECast
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Elephant in the Room is a Radio Station on WSIN. This News Talk show is brought to you by Jesse Manning, Matt Johnson and Sarah Dezelin.LIVE Recordings are done weekly from 5-6PM EST on Thursdays and Posted online the following day!
 
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Bedford and LaMisha talk about “What’s Going On” with the ongoing internment of LatinX children, as well as #MinorityMentalHealthAwarenessMonth, and their excitement around the election London Breed as the first African American Woman to serve as Mayor of San Francisco. During #RealTalk, they discuss the expanding movement of recording white pe ...…
 
Confessions Of A Soccer Widow by The Elephant
 
An audio version of Katya Nyangi's article published on The Elephant.
 
An audio version of Mark Maish's article on The Elephant.
 
Bedford has a conversation with Dr. Nekeshia Hammond, a clinical psychologist with a specialty in children and adolescents, author, speaker, and host of Parenting Explained with Dr. Hammond. During the interview we talk about Dr. Hammond’s passion for educating the public about psychology. And then she provides expert insight on the potential m ...…
 
LaMisha and Bedford shout out their dads for Father’s Day and talk about upcoming psychology conferences in the Bay Area. During the #WhatsGoingOn segment, they take a moment to express their respect for Anthony Bourdain and provide some insights on suicide and how to talk about it. For the #RealTalk segment, Bedford & LaMisha address the immor ...…
 
An audio version of Oyunga Pala's article published on The Elephant.
 
An audio version of Troy Onyango's article on The Elephant.
 
Bedford and LaMisha discuss their reactions to Kanye West’s TMZ Rant, and how it did not come from the Sunken Place. They spend time debunking some of the right-wing rhetoric that he promoted, like Black on Black crime and slavery being a choice. The hosts explore the harmful effects of sensationalism, and the problematic nature of being willfu ...…
 
Challenging the concept of just grinding it out.
 
The Elephant in conversation with Dr. Wandia Njoya, a senior lecturer and blogger.
 
The Elephant in conversation with Dr. Wandia Njoya, a senior lecturer and blogger.
 
The Elephant in conversation with Dr. Wandia Njoya, a senior lecturer and blogger.
 
The Elephant in conversation with Dr. Wandia Njoya, a senior lecturer and blogger.
 
The Elephant in conversation with Dr. Wandia Njoya, a senior lecturer and blogger.
 
What do you need to get back to?
 
Lawyer Apollo Mboya speaks to Kingwa Kamenchu on the ongoing Kenya Power scam.
 
Lawyer Apollo Mboya speaks to Kingwa Kamenchu on the ongoing Kenya Power scam.
 
Lawyer Apollo Mboya speaks to Kingwa Kamenchu on the ongoing Kenya Power scam.
 
Apollo Mboya speaks to Kingwa Kamenchu on the ongoing Kenya Power scam
 
Dr Willy Mutunga in conversation with The Elephant on the rule of law in Kenya, citizenship, nationality and the Third Liberation.
 
Dr Willy Mutunga in conversation with The Elephant on the rule of law in Kenya, citizenship, nationality and the Third Liberation.
 
Dr Willy Mutunga in conversation with The Elephant on the rule of law in Kenya, citizenship, nationality and the Third Liberation
 
An audio version of Leonard Wanyama's article on The Elephant.
 
In episode 1 of Elephants in the Room, Matt, Ben, and Nate discuss a plethora of news from last week, introduce the pod, and talk about stuff we like!
 
Bedford talks to Dr. Mel Michelle Lewis, Associate Professor & Program Director of Ethnic Studies at Saint Mary’s College of California. This #RealTalk 1-on-1 episode focuses on Dr. Mel’s work as an educator and a scholar. The discuss the importance of Liberal Arts Education, the need for critical studies and radical approaches to change. Keep ...…
 
This week we take a dive into the world of the ABC's white privilege and how the public broadcaster we once held so dear is slowly becoming a bastion of virtue signalling. We take a look at some disturbing news out of Rotherham in the UK, and discuss why the media seems to not want to talk about what's going on. We discuss the topic of drugs, p ...…
 
Quality of Life... what is it?
 
Bedford and LaMisha discuss their reactions to the #MarchForOurLives and how some of the students have been using their white privilege to be better allies to marginalized communities. They talk about What’s Going On with the most recent police shootings of Black people, including Stephon Clark, Decynthia Clements, Danny Ray Thomas and the lack ...…
 
LaMisha and Bedford send a shout out to all the folks who are choosing education for their futures. They talk about "What’s Going On?" with the #MarchForOurLives, and how the Parkland Students spoke out about the press ignoring their Black classmates and Black lives. During the #RealTalk segment, Drs. Palmer and Hill discuss the privilege of wh ...…
 
In this episode, we talk about how nobody can take a joke anymore (and How to train your pug to be a NAZI - with Mark Meechan). We also talk about the loss of the Formula 1 grid girls and our slow global return to Victorian era puritanism. We'll investigate the latest fortunes of the Australian Greens and how their recent losses might not be as ...…
 
This is the first episode of Elephants In The Room, a critical response to the things nobody is talking about. In this episode, we discuss the Labor Party's plan to wind back the federal dividend imputation scheme and it's impact to the Australian budget. We also talk about American child marriage laws and the influence Christianity has on this ...…
 
Drs. Hill and Palmer discuss Black Joy, and issues around the intersections of social justice and media. The hosts talk about What’s Going On with how #OscarsSoWhite is both institutional and a blind spot for would be white allies who fail to bring intersectionality to their feminist activism. During #RealTalk, (SPOILER ALERT) Bedford and LaMis ...…
 
Audio version of Dauti Kahura's article "Central Kenya's Biting Poverty" published by The Elephant.
 
Audio version of Kevin Mwachiro's article "You Were Only Seven" published by The Elephant.
 
we talk about dreams, dreaming on drugs, and donald trump
 
Owen and Pat talk about owl people, alien specimens, reverse racism, slavery, politics and more
 
Audio version of Julie Masiga's article "The Grief Of Freedom That Never Came" published by The Elephant.
 
Audio version of James Wariero's article "Counting People In A Broken Health System" published by The Elephant.
 
The Elephant in conversation with Wachira Maina, a Constitutional Lawyer and Wanjiru Gikonyo the Executive Director for The Institute for Social Accountability (TISA).
 
The Elephant in conversation with Wachira Maina, a Constitutional Lawyer and Wanjiru Gikonyo the Executive Director for The Institute for Social Accountability (TISA).
 
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