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This episode features The Karma of Success author Liz Tran, a pioneer in blending spirituality with practical strategies for personal and professional growth. She will share insights to help you recognize your core competencies, understand your motivators, and offer ways to manage your strengths effectively. With a mix of advice and inspiration, yo…
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This week in the Lounge, Amber, Ron, and Jaimelyn join Dan to talk about the Execution of Anne Boleyn, The Bear vs. Man thought experiment, Dyson Spheres, and breaking the light speed barrier. They move on to talking about a new toll road scam that’s hitting americans before a game of fact checkin’ time and some feel good news.…
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In 2014, Michael Slate interviewed Ilan Pappe, Israeli historian, and author of many works, including The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine. This has renewed relevance today, in the context of the ongoing Israeli/US genocide in Gaza. The interview was conducted during an earlier Israeli assault. The horrors then inflicted on Palestinians are multiplied…
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Professor Mearsheimer is an American political scientist and international relations scholar who belongs to the realist school of thought. He is the R. Wendell Harrison Distinguished Service Professor at the University of Chicago. Mearsheimer is best known for describing the interaction between great powers as being primarily driven by the desire t…
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Globally suicide accounts for about 20% of all gun-related deaths. But in the United States, the country with the highest per-capita civilian gun ownership, over 60% of deaths from firearms are suicides. What accounts for this disparity? And why do efforts at gun reform continue to fail in this country? This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with …
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Queer shorts from the New York African Film Festival focus on then and now; Massachusetts celebrates its 20th queer weddings anniversary; Peru declares trans and gender-fluid people “mentally ill”, Tories propose gagging British public school teachers on gender identity, Liechtenstein lawmakers say yes to marriage equality, U.S. agencies warn of po…
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Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2023.0D.04. Condemning or Condoning or the Martin Luther King Approach to the Palestinian Crisis a.k.a Present Ongoing GenocideWith Clips from Internet Archive, United Nations Youtube Channel, Young Turks Youtube Channel, TEDx Talks, Manufacturing Intellect and Theory in 5 Youtube ChannelThe arguments never cha…
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Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2024.0A.03. Why Violence has Never Been the Answer to Protesting this System, Because, well Listen CloselyWith Clips from MediaSanctuary Youtube Channel, Beacon Press Youtube Channel, Beau of the Fifth Column, The 700 Club Youtube Channel, Thom Hartmann, The Cato Institute Youtube Channel, Woodrow Wilson Center…
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Canadian poet and activist Rita Wong reads from her essays and poems that contrast traditional indigenous knowledge of and respect for water and the settler practices of burying streams and carelessly polluting this finite and essential element for all life on earth.By WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service
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The unique Ethio-jazz of Qwanqwa; the latest from Dutch-Indonesian hipsters Nusantara Beat; four current Colombian bands from beyond Bogotá; probably the two best American Congolese bands right now: Occidental Brothers Dance Band and Loboko; a great new juju single from Franck Biyong; and burger highlife, the sound of the Ghanaian diaspora…
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How hot will people get, how many dying, before someone tries geoengineering? Should scientists test out last-ditch solutions? Long-time journalist, film-maker, and author Dr. Gwynne Dyer says 'yes' in his new book Intervention Earth - Life-Saving Ideas from the World's Climate Engineers. You get in-depth discussion plus an update on the field and …
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The Appalachian Sunday Morning is a two hour all Gospel Music Radio program with radio station & program host Danny Hensley. The program is recorded live each Sunday morning while being broadcast on 91.7 FM Community radio and streamed world wide on www.sbbradio.org and/or www.sbbradio.netThis week we reflect on many songs from past Appalachian Sun…
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1. So Superb - Slum Village ft. Cordae and Earlly Mac2. Here Comes The BoomBap - Dr Lekta ft. Inspectah Deck, Prefects, Mudmoon and Mademelo3. Taking The Stand (Thes One remix) - Soul Supreme ft. Damu The Fudgemunk4. Massive - Glad2Mecha ft. Brassik5. Xzibit - Ghost Cartridge ft. D-Sisive and Baggylean6. Back in the Day - Dred Scott7. Drip Drop - M…
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Fun show this week with songs from Johnny Cash, Percy Mayfield, one-hit-wonder Troy Shondell, Fats Waller and Fats Domino. We've got a new one from Jake Vaadeland, blues from Tracy K, Hammond B3 legend Jack McDuff and we finish of with some hopping, skipping and jumping.Backbeat is also available in a 56-minute version with breaks. I am happy to pr…
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Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K, today we welcome back from See Shalt, BC, Janet Panic is in the house. Her new album out entitled “A Mighty Rip Through the Page of My Life.” Singing us Indigenous Folk, just the way we love it. Janet is featured in our current issue of the SAY Magazine, read all about her at our place https://www.indige…
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University of Chicago students set an encampment April 29th. It was proceeded by months of protests and demonstrations demanding a public statement from the university on a ceasefire and divestment from any investments its endowment had in Israel. There was a strong sense of solidarity among Muslim, Christian and Jewish students that I saw as I wal…
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– Darren Edmundson joins Tony and Martin. Darren is a veteran who had PTSD and was helped by the PTSD Camp near Bath. – Veterans PTSD Camp Bath was raided in 2021 by MI5 London anti-terror cops who suspected they were hiding firearms and other weapons – Meta platforms breach EU law – for spying on the under age. Facebook and Instagram face fresh EU…
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Sonic Café, that’s The Strokes from 2001, thanks for dropping by our little radio café, I’m Scott Clark and this is episode 389. So what’s going on with all of this generational bickering anyway? The Baby Boomers are upset with the Millennials, and the Millennials don’t like Gen Z, and nobody even remembers Gen X. It’s all a bit confusing, but not …
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This week on the Global Research News Hour, as we commemorate NAKBA Day, we take a look at what motivates Israel’s over the top cruelty in their campaign against Hamas carried out for the most part on Palestinian Women and children and the response of university students and people around the world who are determined such actions are not made in th…
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Mike Thompson represents the First Congressional District of California, including the North Coast and Mendocino County, the home of Radio Curious, in the United States House of Representatives. In this interview recorded in his Washington, D.C. office on October 11, 2007, we discuss the war, its funding, medicare, marijuana and children’s health i…
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In this episode, Kara Stevens — AKA the Frugal Feminista and author of Heal Your Relationship with Money — brings her signature honesty and compassion to a candid conversation about all things money. Learn the tactical ways you can save, invest, build wealth and retire, without sacrificing today. And explore how your emotional relationship with mon…
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In this episode, join Hillary Wicht, an acclaimed expert in executive leadership coaching, as she explores the art of communication. Discover the hidden “power leaks” that undermine influence, and learn practical strategies to overcome them. With Hillary’s guidance, listeners will learn how to build trust, ensure their voices are heard, and gain re…
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In today’s competitive job landscape, acing an interview is more challenging than ever. Anna Papalia, seasoned HR expert and author of the transformative guide Interviewology, brings a game-changing approach to mastering interviews. In this enlightening conversation, uncover the pivotal role of self-awareness, and why standard advice often misses t…
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