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Best Kera podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Kera podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Think is a daily, topic-driven interview and call-in program hosted by Krys Boyd covering a wide variety of topics ranging from history, politics, current events, science, technology and emerging trends to food and wine, travel, adventure, and entertainment.
 
This is where we come to escape. To be free. This is your place. My place. Our space to be smart as fuck, loud as fuck, sexy as fuck, and black as fuck. No judgements, No fears, No restrictions. Just two Black girls spreading their magic unapologetically. Welcome to Tha Haven
 
La aventuroj de Alicio en Mirlando (angle Alice's Adventures in Wonderland) estas verko de porinfana literaturo de la brita matematikisto kaj verkisto, pastro Charles Lutwidge Dodgson sub plumnomo Lewis Carroll. ?i rakontas la historion de knabino nomata Alice [elis] (en esperantlingvaj tradukoj a? Alicio, a? Alico) kiu falas tra kuniklotruon en fantazian regnon populitan per parolantaj krea?oj kaj antropomorfaj ludkartoj. La fabelo estas plenplena de satiraj alludoj al la amikoj de Dodgson ...
 
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The origins of the phrase “the luck of the Irish” doesn’t mean what you might think it does: It’s about always looking on the bright side and remembering that things could be worse. John Tierney joins host Krys Boyd to talk about searching for the half-full glass when it seems the world wants to smash it altogether. His book, co-written with Roy Ba…
 
William MacAskill is a philosopher, ethicist, and one of the originators of the effective altruism movement. His research focuses on the fundamentals of effective altruism – the use of evidence and reason to help others by as much as possible with our time and money, with a particular concentration on how to act given moral uncertainty. He is the a…
 
The freedom of the open road invokes an array of feelings. For a 1950s white family, a Sunday drive might have been a chance for adventure; for a black family, unwarranted traffic stops, even violence. Gretchen Sorin, director and distinguished professor of the Cooperstown Graduate Program of the State University of New York, joins Krys Boyd to tal…
 
Nick Bostrom is a philosopher at University of Oxford and the director of the Future of Humanity Institute. He has worked on fascinating and important ideas in existential risks, simulation hypothesis, human enhancement ethics, and the risks of superintelligent AI systems, including in his book Superintelligence. I can see talking to Nick multiple …
 
Around the globe, humanity is currently experiencing a common fear – but that fear is manifesting itself in many ways. Chapman University sociology professor Christopher Bader joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the anxiety we’re feeling and how social ties are severed when we fear too much. His book is called “Fear Itself: The Causes and Consequenc…
 
It’s hard enough being a parent in normal times. And in times of uncertainty, when schedules are thrown out of whack, superhuman powers are necessary. Alyssa Westring, associate professor and DePaul Presidential Fellow in the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about managing family life in this current time …
 
The coronavirus pandemic is a global tragedy, but it is also a moment that unites us, that reveals the strength of our community, the human capacity to be compassionate to each other and to work hard in the face of danger. In this episode I describe what, to me, might be 7 levels of attack on our society and how we can fight back. For each level, I…
 
As many of us work from home and stay away from crowds, it’s important to find innovative ways to stay connected with friends and family. Kaitlin Ugolik Phillips joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how we should think about using social media – and about the pluses and minuses of substituting in-person connections for virtual ones. Her new book is c…
 
Simon Sinek is an author of several books including Start With Why, Leaders Eat Last, and his latest The Infinite Game. He is one of the best communicators of what it takes to be a good leader, to inspire, and to build businesses that solve big difficult challenges. Support this podcast by signing up with these sponsors: – MasterClass: https://mast…
 
Sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll is the well-worn ethos that’s guided many a musician. Music historian Ted Gioia joins us to talk about how that’s not only true for Elvis, but also for Beethoven and even the Benedictine monks. His new book is about how outsiders are often the ones who push music forward. It’s called “Music: A Subversive History.”…
 
We like to think in America that if you fall behind, you can just “pull yourself up from your bootstraps.” But a fresh start isn’t possible when you’ve never been able to enter the race. New York Times columnist Nicholas D. Kristof and author Sheryl WuDunn join guest host Courtney Collins to talk about the burdens that 10 million working class Amer…
 
Anca Dragan is a professor at Berkeley, working on human-robot interaction — algorithms that look beyond the robot’s function in isolation, and generate robot behavior that accounts for interaction and coordination with human beings. Support this podcast by supporting the sponsors and using the special code: – Download Cash App on the App Store or …
 
Grocery stores are running out of hand sanitizer, schools are closing, and we’re being urged to perform “social distancing.” The coronavirus pandemic is hitting us at home, exactly where we want to feel safest. Dr. Ahmad Raza, professor of psychiatry at UT Southwestern’s O’Donnell Brain Institute, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about COVID-19 anxiety…
 
A phrase no one wants to hear these days is: “Things will get worse before they get better.” George Friedman, geopolitical forecaster and chairman of Geopolitical Futures, joins host Krys Boyd to give us a bird’s-eye view of global politics, why the current political vitriol has long-lasting effects, and his predictions for how diplomacy moves forw…
 
Sept. 7, 1940 in Britain began as a perfectly pleasant day. By 5 p.m., the German bombing started, which continued for 57 consecutive nights. Life changed in an instant and citizens looked to their leader, “The Bulldog,” for guidance. Author Erik Larson joins host Krys Boyd to talk about Winston Churchill’s bold leadership style that willed his nat…
 
Vitalik Buterin is co-creator of Ethereum and ether, which is a cryptocurrency that is currently the second-largest digital currency after bitcoin. Ethereum has a lot of interesting technical ideas that are defining the future of blockchain technology, and Vitalik is one of the most brilliant people innovating this space today. Support this podcast…
 
This week on Slash and Burn, we delve into tags featuring career women! Join us as Kera, the fanfiction veteran, and Steve, the lovable noob, read and discuss fanfiction about professional career women! We have from fandoms such as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Harry Potter, Dragonball Z, and more! As always, there is explicit content not meant for most …
 
The relief after a prison release is often followed by a hard landing: no job, no home, no safety net and a system too overloaded to help parolees from going back to jail. Jason Hardy was once a probation and parole officer and is now a special agent for the FBI, and he joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the often-ignored world of post-incarceratio…
 
In the late 1600s, it was thought the heart was made of “the stuff of souls.” It’s easy to see why: they break with love and are sometimes said to be made of gold. Even now we take for granted that they power our lives. Gabriel Brownstein joins host Krys Boyd to talk about his complicated relationship with his own heart, which he writes about in “T…
 
By now you’ve got the message about coronavirus protocol: wash your hands, don’t touch your face, masks won’t protect you. Still, an estimated 40- to 70-percent of people worldwide will catch it — though most will barely notice. Dr. James Hamblin is a staff writer at The Atlantic and a lecturer at Yale School of Public, and he joins host Krys Boyd …
 
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