Best neighborhood and community podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Council Of 12
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Focus: To identify areas of concern and mobilize a plan of attack to address these issues that impact negatively impact the Lives of everyone, regardless if Race, Sex, Creed, Color or Religion.Saturday - Call in Talk Show via Blog Talk Radio Issues will be identifiedPlan of Attack OrganizedImplemented via The WebCouncil of 12The purpose of the Council is to show that we as people can come together without regard to our belief systems can solve problems that affect not only the Black communit ...
 
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Atheists Talk Radio Show
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Atheists Talk is produced with funding from the Minnesota Atheists and the Humanists of Minnesota. We also wish to thank Q. Cumbers restaurant for purchasing on-air advertising and for providing a great place to eat and gather. This radio program is put together by dedicated volunteers and the generous donations of listeners. If you are able to help with a donation please consider doing so at our Radio Fund page. http://www.mnatheists.org/Minnesota Atheists practices positive, inclusive, act ...
 
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WKRP Live with Cedric Miller
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Listen to the show every other Thursday at 10:00am Pacific Time and 1:00pm Eastern on BBSRADIO.COM - Station 1. WKRP Live with Cedric MillerI have a desire to transport you to a world of thought upon issues like Christian Values, Life Today as a Christian, Gospel Music, the Appeal of Christianity, Contracts with God, Tenement Stories, and so much more!We will be interviewing up and coming Gospel artists, Pastors, Community Leaders and people just like you!We're going to figure out, together, ...
 
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The Tale of a Town - Canada
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The Tale of a Town - Canada is a site-specific oral history and theatre project aiming to capture the collective community memory of Canada's Main Streets, one story at a time, while preserving local heritage and promoting neighbourhood culture.
 
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Collective Church Podcasts
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This audio podcast features talks given at Collective Church, a church on LA’s Westside. We are a community following Jesus and seeking to reach, teach, and equip others to do the same. Our desire is to become a healthy and multiplying expression of Christ’s church in each of the 23 neighborhoods that make up the Westside of Los Angeles. Visit us online at www.collectivechurch.com.
 
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Hartford Street Zen Center | Issan-ji
 
Founded by Rev. Issan Dorsey and the Gay Buddhist Club in 1980 in San Francisco's Castro district, Hartford Street Zen Center is a neighborhood temple and residential practice center in the Soto Zen tradition of Shunryu Suzuki Roshi. HSZC houses an open and supportive community for LGBTQQI people and allies to practice together and deepen our understanding of the Dharma.
 
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HopeGateWay
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Welcome to Hope.Gate.Way. , a missionally-oriented, inclusive United Methodist community in Portland, Maine made up of people from the nearby Parkside Neighborhood; persons who are homeless; refugees; young professionals; members of the LGBT community; folks in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction; retirees; and peace-loving, justice-seeking misfits. If you can't join us in person, we invite you to be challenged and inspired by this podcast of previous Sundays' messages.
 
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StreetTalk
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StreetTalk attempts to dig deep into Portland’s ever-changing communal landscape. No longer a small backyard community, our downtown core is expanding as neighborhoods evolve to welcome a multitude of new residents. Portland’s growing pains will be highlighted through interviews featuring topics concerning real estate & development, infrastructure & building, homelessness & community, and more.
 
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Los Feliz: The Podcast
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Hi neighbor! Los Feliz: The Podcast is a comedic look at the latest neighborhood news and best local stories. Whether it’s a tap water taste test, sharing Los Feliz ghost stories, or a fervent discussion about Katy Perry buying a convent, hosts Morgan Murphy and Robin Shorr keep you up to date. We’ll chat with local businesses, politicians, shop owners and dedicated residents of this close-knit community. So borrow a cup of audio sugar, and welcome to the neighborhood.Want to share a local t ...
 
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Sermons from All Saints Parish, Brookline, MA
 
All Saints Parish is an open and affirming congregation in the Episcopal/Anglican tradition, welcoming people of every race, ethnic group, sexual orientation, and religious background. Many towns and neighborhoods are represented in the parish community. The life of this church is focused on common worship, a commitment to social justice, and personal growth through adult, youth, and children's educational programs.
 
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The Good Stuff
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The Good Stuff is the (mostly) monthly podcast of The Story of Stuff Project (www.storyofstuff.org). Annie Leonard's conversations on the Good Stuff highlight people who are rolling up their sleeves and making positive changes in their communities - right now. Whether they are entrepreneurs, community leaders, or neighborhood kids, these inspiring individuals prove that anyone can make a difference and by joining together we magnify our power to accomplish remarkable things.
 
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Neighborhood Connect powered by KUDZUKIAN
 
Neighborhood Connect created by the City of Memphis Department of Housing and Community Development
 
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Lambrick Park Church
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We are a growing community that seeks to know, love and serve God with Grace, Authenticity and Hospitality in our Church, Neighborhood and World. Hear our weekly sermons here.
 
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Sacred Space Church
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We are a Jesus-centered neighborhood faith community that endeavors to make space in our lives for connection with God, embracing his love for us and for all people.
 
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Hartford Street Zen Center | Issan-ji » Dharma Talks
 
Founded by Rev. Issan Dorsey and the Gay Buddhist Club in 1980 in San Francisco's Castro district, Hartford Street Zen Center is a neighborhood temple and residential practice center in the Soto Zen tradition of Shunryu Suzuki Roshi. HSZC houses an open and supportive community for LGBTQQI people and allies to practice together and deepen our understanding of the Dharma.
 
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Cliftview Avenue
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Cliftview Avenue podcast. Looking into life in an East Baltimore neighborhood. Discussion on social issues of family and community.
 
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Midtown Fellowship 12th South Podcast Archive
 
Midtown Fellowship is a church community in Nashville Tennessee with two campuses, one Downtown, and one in 12th South neighborhood.
 
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Liberti NSQ Sermons
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Welcome to Liberti Church Newtown Square. Thanks for listening. Liberti church NSQ is part of a larger network of churches in the larger Philadelphia region seeking to live, speak, and serve as the very presence of Jesus for our neighborhoods. If you have any questions or would like to find out more about our church community or the Liberti Network, please email us at info@libertinsq.org
 
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Listen Up Bay Area
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Gerry Dove, Director of Community Affairs & Events for the Entercom San Francisco Cluster hosts Listen Up Bay Area every Sunday morning along with Damien Minor and Karlos Garibay, Producers of Community Affairs Shows for the Entercom San Francisco Cluster. Listen Up Bay Area shines a light on non-profit organizations doing good in our neighborhood.
 
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Voices: A Community of Christ Podcast
 
Hear firsthand the diversity of lifestyles, beliefs, and priorities that comprise Community of Christ. We find unity in our diversity. This is a podcast production from members and friends of Community of Christ on the East Coast covering the people, events, and opinions of affairs impacting our world, neighborhood, and church. The views expressed in this podcast are the opinions of those speaking and do not necessarily represent the views, beliefs, or official stances of Community of Christ ...
 
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Yollocalli
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Yollocalli Arts Reach is the award-winning youth initiative of the National Museum of Mexican Art, we offer FREE arts and culture programming to teens and young adults. Located in the heart of Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood, we serve as an open community center with studio spaces, computer lab, radio production studio, a large art library, and a creative, supportive staff and teaching artists who are always around to help, encourage, and inspire. We aim to strengthen the students’ cre ...
 
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University Unitarian Church Sermons
 
Awakening Spirit, Nurturing Hope, and Inspiring Action
 
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Emmaus Church Podcast
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Emmaus Church is a Gospel-Centered body of believers in Buford, Georgia.As part of the Acts 29 Network of Churches (www.acts29network.org) we believe that our mission has been clearly communicated by our Lord Jesus when He commanded, "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age." (Matthew 28:19-20)I ...
 
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Mercy Street
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In a working class Boston neighborhood, a renowned sociologist recruits first rate doctors, social workers and lawyers to work under one roof serving this often neglected community.
 
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VERTIKAL LIVE Radio
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VERTIKAL Life's Mission is to, “Uplift, Educate, and Inspire Social Change, in our Local Neighborhood for the Betterment of our Global Community.”
 
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Worship at Montview
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Inspired by tradition...Montview was the first church in Denver’s historic Park Hill neighborhood and through its more than 100 year history it has built a legacy of great music, progressive theology and courageous social witness. We’re a church of young and old, from a variety of backgrounds, with many different perspectives. What we share in common is the conviction that we are all God’s children and that in the community of faith there is room for everyone. Welcome to Montview. We’re glad ...
 
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Storymobile Podcast
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Storymobile is a moveable community engagement space that makes it easy to share, display, collect, and generate our stories. Look for this multimedia, solar-powered roving art space in your neighborhood. This “stories on wheels” is on a bicycle trailer with ready tools—iPads, cameras, microphones, amps, and keyboards, as well as good old paper and pencil—to share and record your stories.Storymobile expands on the Saint Paul Almanac’s mission of highlighting authentic community stories by pr ...
 
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Block By Block
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BLOCK BY BLOCK is a local community based talk show that gives the residents of Riverside, CA an outlet to receive news and information about their neighborhood and an opportunity to join in the conversation.
 
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Northeast Minneapolis Audio-guided Walking Tours
 
The Audio-Guided Walking Tours are a community project by members of the Northeast Minneapolis neigborhoods. The project's goal is present Northeast as a collective of many experiences and a vital neighborhood with a past, present and future.
 
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East Petersburg Mennonite Church
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East Petersburg Mennonite Church is a community learning to live and love like Jesus in our neighborhood of East Petersburg, PA. This is an archive of our Sunday Morning sermon messages.
 
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Stephanie Mann - Safe Kids Now Show
 
SAFE KIDS NOW! Children will not be victims if adults know what to do and how to do it. What you need to know to keep children safe at home, at school, in the neighborhood and in the community.
 
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In The Neighborhood
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In The Neighborhood is hosted by the team of Stacy Borho and Tim Johnson. Tim is a Realtor with REMAX Acclaimed and Stacy is a Mortgage Lender with Illinois National Bank. We talk with people in your community that lead organizations, businesses and government. Our goal is to learn who they are and why they got involved in serving the greater Peoria Area of central Illinois. "These are the people in your neighborhood..." that go that extra mile. The people that make the heartland what it is" ...
 
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Echo Park Podcast: Community, Business and Entertainment Interviews in Echo Park, Los Angeles
 
Echo Park Podcast features interviews from the Echo Park neighborhood in Los Angeles, CA. We interview residents, business owners, community leaders, artists, and other persons of interest in Echo Park. Show also includes Echo Park and Los Angeles news and events. The Echo Park Podcast is brought to you by Echo Park Forums (http://www.echoparkforums.com) an online community offering neighborhood forums, classifieds, and articles for Echo Park.
 
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Talk of the towns
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PlanCharlotte.org is a project of the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute, an applied research and community outreach center at UNC Charlotte. Our goal at PlanCharlotte.org is to be a citizen resource for exploring problems and finding solutions in land-use planning, neighborhood design, environmental protection and other urban and regional issues. PlanCharlotte.org offers news, information and analysis to help people of the Charlotte region make well-informed decisions about the shape of their ci ...
 
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Los Feliz: The Podcast
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Hi neighbor! Los Feliz: The Podcast is a comedic look at the latest neighborhood news and best local stories. Whether it’s a tap water taste test, sharing Los Feliz ghost stories, or a fervent discussion about Katy Perry buying a convent, hosts Morgan Murphy and Robin Shorr keep you up to date. We’ll chat with local businesses, politicians, shop owners and dedicated residents of this close-knit community. So borrow a cup of audio sugar, and welcome to the neighborhood.Want to share a local t ...
 
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Central Coast Voices
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Central Coast Voices addresses the many ramifications of change and how today's choices will affect tomorrow's community. This program is an extension and production of "Action for Healthy Communities" an organization committed to identifying and carrying out projects that will improve the quality of life in San Luis Obispo County. The show's topics and guests focus on raising public awareness through credible and valid information about local and regional concerns such as health care access ...
 
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Observing Lake Houston
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Staff at the Observer Newspapers take turns weekly interviewing residents of the Lake Houston community. Join us as we explore the many great stories and fascinating people in your neighborhood.
 
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Cleft Club Radio - podcast for cleft lip & palate community
 
First podcast for the cleft lip and palate community. Find out the latest in happenings in your neighborhood and around the world. Send in events, personal stories, comments to be read on the air. And most important, have fun!
 
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Our Streets, Our Stories
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OUR STREETS, OUR STORIES is a project of the Brooklyn Public Library's Department of Outreach Services that seeks to explore the Brooklyn that is and was, from the words of the community that lives here. Our hope is to create neighborhood-specific history archives based around interviews with Brooklyn residents. We seek to not only witness the change taking place all around us, but also to record and preserve the history of our neighborhoods before that history is forgotten. *Nominee, 2016 G ...
 
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Dear Canada
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The Tale of a Town - Canada is a site-specific oral history and theatre project aiming to capture the collective community memory of Canada's Main Streets, one story at a time, while preserving local heritage and promoting neighbourhood culture.
 
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Still Eating with the Foodie Magician
 
Josh Beckerman (aka The Foodie Magician), a well-known food blogger and trusted voice in the restaurant community, takes hospitality leaders on food crawls through different neighborhoods of New York City.
 
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Main Street - Featurette
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Several residents of a small Southern city whose lives are changed by the arrival of a stranger with a controversial plan to save their decaying hometown. In the midst of today's challenging times, each of the colorful citizens of this close-knit North Carolina community, will search for ways to reinvent themselves, their relationships and the very heart of their neighborhood.
 
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Grace Meridian Hill
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Grace Meridian Hill exists for the holistic renewal of our neighborhood—called to love our neighbors, compelled by God’s transforming grace.We long for Columbia Heights, Mount Pleasant, and Adams Morgan to flourish not only spiritually but also socially, culturally, economically—in every sphere of life. To that end, we are striving to be a community of good neighbors in our words and actions as we ourselves discover, and continually re-discover, how God has been a true neighbor toward us thr ...
 
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RIA Radio
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Each week, Rhode Island Avenue Radio hosts Michelle Yancey and Kyle Todd sit down to visit with area business owners, city leaders, small business training experts, and the visionaries that help our local commercial corridors grow and thrive. Tune in to learn about Rhode Island Avenue NE Main Street’s new businesses; learn about some of the not-so-secret business gems of the community; and get behind-the-scenes stories about innovative business ideas happening right here in our neighborhood.
 
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Crazy DJ Bazarro
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Crazy DJ Bazarro was born in Brooklyn, NY, and started DJing and producing at the age of 14. He made a name for himself DJing at community centers, block parties, and baby showers in his neighborhood, then produced his first record, Rhoda, in 1991 Kendon Records. Bazarro went on to learn more about producing while working with the legendary Patrick Adams of Power Play Studios and began traveling the world in the year 2000 to spin for Apani B Fly and Jean Grae, which brought him in contact wi ...
 
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Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress
 
This is a newsmagazine featuring the key stories of the day that are relevant to you. It’s a community forum for and about metro Atlanta. Hosts Rose Scott and Jim Burress know the ins and outs of covering news important around Atlanta. They’ll lead discussions on the issues that impact where we live. WABE’s news team is going into metro Atlanta neighborhoods to provide context, storytelling and a sense of place. You’ll hear not only from the biggest newsmakers, but also from folks who don’t ...
 
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ALCFNow.org podcast
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At Abundant Life Christian Fellowship, we are a Bible believing, multi denominational church that welcomes all people from all backgrounds. We are a community of ordinary people with a passion for loving God and loving people and it’s our desire to take His love to the people in our neighborhood.
 
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Redesign Reading
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Redesign Reading is a community development corporation located in the City of Reading Pennsylvania. Through an asset-based approach to community economic development, we focus on the identification of underutilized resources and matching them with social entrepreneurial energy. We are reinventing economic development by employing strategic innovations in the great neighborhoods of Reading.
 
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Collective Church Podcast
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This audio podcast features talks given at Collective Church, a church on LA’s Westside. We are a community following Jesus and seeking to reach, teach, and equip others to do the same. Our desire is to become a healthy and multiplying expression of Christ’s church in each of the 23 neighborhoods that make up the Westside of Los Angeles. Visit us online at www.collectivechurch.com.
 
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Gary Rossignol's Podcast
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The Rock-n-Roll Real Estate Hour A weekly talk show dedicated to the enhancement of our Real Estate Community as well as the promotion and dedication of our Greater Cincinnati neighborhoods. We try and Rock your world with real estate facts as well as give you a flare of entertainment.
 
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Race relations in today's world are frayed at best right now, and part of the issue is the segregation that is experienced in most suburbs across the country. But what caused that segregation, and what can be done about it? Richard Rothstein talks to Jason Hartman about laws that were passed by our government that impacted who got to move where ...…
 
Business consultants and hosts Crystal Mitchell and Gilbert Buchanan discuss the topic: What works in mainstream America may not work in the urban community. Special guests Norma Hollis and entrepreneur and author Tom Nix of NIx Neighborhood Lending.
 
HARI SREENIVASAN: But first: The South Side of Chicago has long been plagued with some of the highest crime rates in the nation, but one man is trying to transform this area by focusing on the everyday needs and the health of those who live there. Jeffrey Brown has our story. JEFFREY BROWN: Along this stretch on Chicago’s South Side, Rami Nasha ...…
 
Watch Video | Listen to the AudioHARI SREENIVASAN: But first: The South Side of Chicago has long been plagued with some of the highest crime rates in the nation, but one man is trying to transform this area by focusing on the everyday needs and the health of those who live there.Jeffrey Brown has our story.JEFFREY BROWN: Along this stretch on C ...…
 
Journalist Michael Frank joins us to discuss his latest story in The Atlantic, “Can America's Farms Survive the Threat of Deportations?” He is joined by Michael Hurwitz, director of GrowNYC's Greenmarket, and Zaid, one of the organic farmers who supplies food to the NYC Greenmarkets. Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier joins us to discuss his film, “M ...…
 
Journalist Michael Frank joins us to discuss his latest story in The Atlantic, “Can America's Farms Survive the Threat of Deportations?” He is joined by Michael Hurwitz, director of GrowNYC's Greenmarket, and Zaid, one of the organic farmers who supplies food to the NYC Greenmarkets. Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier joins us to discuss his film, “M ...…
 
Journalist Michael Frank joins us to discuss his latest story in The Atlantic, “Can America's Farms Survive the Threat of Deportations?” He is joined by Michael Hurwitz, director of GrowNYC's Greenmarket, and Zaid, one of the organic farmers who supplies food to the NYC Greenmarkets. Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier joins us to discuss his film, “M ...…
 
Journalist Michael Frank joins us to discuss his latest story in The Atlantic, “Can America's Farms Survive the Threat of Deportations?” He is joined by Michael Hurwitz, director of GrowNYC's Greenmarket, and Zaid, one of the organic farmers who supplies food to the NYC Greenmarkets. Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier joins us to discuss his film, “M ...…
 
Today's guest is Tiffany Cavegn who is crushing her money blocks. Her story starts when she was a kid and continues to her realization as an adult: She says, "nobody taught me how to cook. As a child, we ate dinner on TV trays in front of – you guessed it – the TV! As an adult, I could only make your basic tacos and spaghetti. Recipe experiment ...…
 
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RePlacing Church: Local Spirituality, Innovative Community & Social Change with Ben Katt
 
Colleen Echohawk is the Executive Director of the Chief Seattle Club in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square neighborhood, a non-profit dedicated to meeting the needs of homeless and low-income urban Native people in Seattle. The Chief Seattle Club provides a sacred space to nurture, affirm and renew the spirit of urban Native people. Colleen Echo ...…
 
// OSCEDAYS BERLIN - HOW TO CREATE A WASTE FREE FUTURE ​“It’s a tough nut to crack, but just throw your brains on it. And if there’s enough brains on it, then maybe the nut will crack” - Lars Zimmermann For yet another, hopefully world-changing episode, I sat down with Lars Zimmermann, who is the founder of the OSCEdays in Berlin. What are the ...…
 
As the saying goes, history does sometimes repeat itself. When it comes to the production of food, the new trend is an old one: Growing local. An increasing number of citizens are reaping the benefits of producing food in neighborhood and community gardens. It’s a conscious effort by many to consume less industrially grown […] The post Neighbor ...…
 
HARI SREENIVASAN: Next: You need some cash real quick? Economics correspondent Paul Solman explores why, for some customers, the best bet might not be the bank. It’s part of his weekly series Making Sense of financial news. JOE COLEMAN, President, RiteCheck: And this is East 138th Street, which in many ways is the Wall Street of the Bronx. You ...…
 
HARI SREENIVASAN: Next: You need some cash real quick? Economics correspondent Paul Solman explores why, for some customers, the best bet might not be the bank. It’s part of his weekly series Making Sense of financial news. JOE COLEMAN, President, RiteCheck: And this is East 138th Street, which in many ways is the Wall Street of the Bronx. You ...…
 
Most potential buyers want to consume community content before they buy a property. How can you use video to bring value through community content? How can you create video without using too many resources? What’s the role of hunger in your journey to success? On this show, we are joined by Los Angeles luxury agent Ben Bacal, who recently liste ...…
 
Mission Local chats with staff of the Mission Community Market, a farmers market (and then some!) in the neighborhood.
 
(Above: Rainbow crosswalks now adorn all four corners of the intersection of Westheimer and Taft in Houston’s Montrose neighborhood in honor of LGBTQ pride. Photo: Gail Delaughter, Houston Public Media)This is Houston Pride Week, one of the largest LGBTQ celebrations in the country. And last Monday (June 12, 2017) marked the one-year anniversar ...…
 
(Above: Rainbow crosswalks now adorn all four corners of the intersection of Westheimer and Taft in Houston’s Montrose neighborhood in honor of LGBTQ pride. Photo: Gail Delaughter, Houston Public Media)This is Houston Pride Week, one of the largest LGBTQ celebrations in the country. And last Monday (June 12, 2017) marked the one-year anniversar ...…
 
Kari has her car back for this leg of Workationing, and the ladies made it through Vermont, across the Canadian border and into their Airbnb in the Pointe St. Charles area of Montreal. Approximately a third of the way through the gentrification process, this neighborhood is about as diverse as they come. Plus, Jock is in town – the Gringas firs ...…
 
Christopher 2X is driven by the plight of the poor and wants to help them transform their mindset. After serving a seven-year prison sentence for drug trafficking in the 1990s, 2X become both an anti-violence advocate and a community spokesperson on issues of violence and at-risk youth. 2X has become a trusted face and voice for the poor and di ...…
 
Please join the CSIS Transnational Threats Project from 4-6PM on June 21 for a discussion on Souad Mekhennet’s book “I Was Told to Come Alone: My Journal Behind the Lines of Jihad.” The discussion will take place on the first floor of CSIS’ headquarters.The daughter of Muslim immigrants to Germany, Souad Mekhennet is a renowned reporter who has ...…
 
The New Yorker staff writer Jennifer Gonnerman discusses her story "Neighborhood Watched." She reports from Little Pakistan, in Brooklyn, where thousands of Pakistani immigrants have settled in the past several decades. Joining her is Mohammad Razvi, founder of the Council of People’s Organization, a community group serving South Asian and Musl ...…
 
The New Yorker staff writer Jennifer Gonnerman discusses her story "Neighborhood Watched." She reports from Little Pakistan, in Brooklyn, where thousands of Pakistani immigrants have settled in the past several decades. Joining her is Mohammad Razvi, founder of the Council of People’s Organization, a community group serving South Asian and Musl ...…
 
The New Yorker staff writer Jennifer Gonnerman discusses her story "Neighborhood Watched." She reports from Little Pakistan, in Brooklyn, where thousands of Pakistani immigrants have settled in the past several decades. Joining her is Mohammad Razvi, founder of the Council of People’s Organization, a community group serving South Asian and Musl ...…
 
The New Yorker staff writer Jennifer Gonnerman discusses her story "Neighborhood Watched." She reports from Little Pakistan, in Brooklyn, where thousands of Pakistani immigrants have settled in the past several decades. Joining her is Mohammad Razvi, founder of the Council of People’s Organization, a community group serving South Asian and Musl ...…
 
How do communities come together to share information and solve problems? From searching for a missing child to neighbors cleaning up after a storm, we look at how people take action — and whether changes in technology have affected how they solve problems. Guests: Damon Daniel, President, AdHoc Group Against Crime Roxana Shaffe, Hyde Park resi ...…
 
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KCUR-FM: Assorted stories from KCUR-FM
 
How do communities come together to share information and solve problems? From searching for a missing child to neighbors cleaning up after a storm, we look at how people take action — and whether changes in technology have affected how they solve problems. Guests: Damon Daniel, President, AdHoc Group Against Crime Roxana Shaffe, Hyde Park resi ...…
 
How do communities come together to share information and solve problems? From searching for a missing child to neighbors cleaning up after a storm, we look at how people take action — and whether changes in technology have affected how they solve problems. Guests: Damon Daniel, President, AdHoc Group Against Crime Roxana Shaffe, Hyde Park resi ...…
 
Overpricing your home can cause you a lot of headaches as a home seller. Looking to buy a home? Search All Homes Looking to sell a home? Get a FREE Home Value Report If you’re a home seller, pricing your home too high can cause major pitfalls for your sale. One of the biggest challenges you’ll come across if you do this is your home will spend ...…
 
41 Ways to Find New MLM Leads and Prospects One of the most common complaints I get from newbie network marketers is “I’m running out of people” or “I just don’t have anyone else to talk to”. My friends… (picture me taking a big breathe and staring at you right now.. mouth slightly open..) Our planet has over 7.5 Billion people on it. Let me wr ...…
 
Arif Gürsel is a serial entrepreneur who grew up in Brooklyn, NY and graduated from the historical Tuskegee University with a Computer Science degree before receiving his MBA from the University of Chicago. He is the founder of multiple startups including Floodgate Academy and Vibe Heavy. Arif’s resume, experience and commitment to building com ...…
 
Welcome to Season 6 Episode 3 of the Hardcore Church Planting Podcast with Peyton Jones. In this episode, I interviewed Christiana Rice. Christiana is the co-author of the book 'To Alter Your World' and is involved in a ministry called 'Thresholds' in San Diego. Christiana emphasizes impacting neighborhoods and creating community engagement. Ch ...…
 
Northern Kentucky organizations are partnering in projects to spark creativity, develop community and help local residents make home repairs and grow more of their own food. The Center for Great Neighborhoods awarded a grant to the digital branch of the Kenton County Public Library to create FORGE , a maker space and mini-library. The Center, K ...…
 
Northern Kentucky organizations are partnering in projects to spark creativity, develop community and help local residents make home repairs and grow more of their own food. The Center for Great Neighborhoods awarded a grant to the digital branch of the Kenton County Public Library to create FORGE , a maker space and mini-library. The Center, K ...…
 
Northern Kentucky organizations are partnering in projects to spark creativity, develop community and help local residents make home repairs and grow more of their own food. The Center for Great Neighborhoods awarded a grant to the digital branch of the Kenton County Public Library to create FORGE , a maker space and mini-library. The Center, K ...…
 
Northern Kentucky organizations are partnering in projects to spark creativity, develop community and help local residents make home repairs and grow more of their own food. The Center for Great Neighborhoods awarded a grant to the digital branch of the Kenton County Public Library to create FORGE , a maker space and mini-library. The Center, K ...…
 
One of the most interesting stories in Detroit is that of the lower east side of the city. The area running from Lafayette Park all the way to Jefferson Chalmers and the Grosse Pointe border has amazing history, a sense of community, as well as residents and activists determined the make this part of town all it could be. Sven Gustafson sat dow ...…
 
Jun 20, 2017 Ep 114 Start a homestead, things to think about before the leap Start a homestead, but we dig more into some important aspects to think about and do before you jump right into the deep end. We also look at some crypto wallet options and resources. Donate through Patreon or, Sign-up for the occasional newsletter about special happen ...…
 
The site of Washington state's first black-owned bank is on its way to becoming what developers hope will be a hub for the neighborhood's modern black community. The Liberty Bank project on 24th Avenue and East Union Street broke ground Monday. The groundbreaking ceremony coincided with Juneteenth, which commemorates the end of slavery in the U ...…
 
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Watershed Cleveland
 
Photos: Angie Hayes The relationship between police and low-income communities of color has been strained for a long time. Cleveland is no exception. When a Cleveland cop shot and killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice in 2014, it led to accusations that police see and treat black people differently than whites — and far too often, with violence. The fe ...…
 
On this hour of the show: Police shootings: 0.2% of all police-involved shootings are prosecuted. Caller: Jason says that Castille should have said “I have a CC Permit” rather than “I have a weapon”. Has the so-called “sexual revolution” destroyed our neighborhood community? Don and Kaylyn discuss the Southern California lifestyle. The search f ...…
 
We talk about stewarding the natural environment, but what about the built environment? What about our streets, neighborhoods, and cities? How can we promote manmade environments that help people in their pursuit to live well in community with one another?This lecture (with reference to traditional towns and cities) will explore these questions ...…
 
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