Best poverty podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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The Marketplace Wealth and Poverty Desk explores money and class, where we came from and where our country is going economically, thanks to funding from the Ford Foundation. We want to hear your stories, ideas, and questions to help us create great journalism about the growing concentration of wealth in the United States. We’ll report on the forces and policies that led to the wealth gap. We’ll look at what the consequences are, good or bad, for our families and communities. We’ll be asking ...
 
The Poverty Research & Policy podcast is produced by the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP) and features interviews with researchers about poverty, inequality, and policy in the United States.
 
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Talking Poverty
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The Poverty Free Action Team interviews anti-poverty advocates about action that you can take in the call for a poverty reduction plan.
 
Global Poverty: Philosophical Questions
 
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Poverty Unlocked
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The Christian response to a world of poverty
 
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Poverty
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My podcast is about two different lifes of poverty. How people live in poverty and what they go through.
 
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Why are all colleges not free?
 
What I have done in this book, if I have correctly solved the great problem I have sought to investigate, is, to unite the truth perceived by the school of Smith and Ricardo to the truth perceived by the schools of Proudhon and Lasalle; to show that laissez faire (in its full true meaning) opens the way to a realization of the noble dreams of socialism; to identify social law with moral law, and to disprove ideas which in the minds of many cloud grand and elevating perceptions. (Summary by H ...
 
Noam Chomsky Poverty of Stimulus: Some Unfinished Business
 
Heterodox Economics: Perspectives on Poverty
 
Poverty experts from across the country gathered Jan. 9 and 10, 2014 at UC Davis for the War on Poverty Conference, a national conference held by the UC Davis Center for Poverty Research and co-sponsored by the All-University of California Group in Economic History. Recordings of conference presenters and discussants, as well as papers and presentation slides, can be viewed at http://poverty.ucdavis.edu/event/war-poverty-conference.
 
City Limits is a year-long audio journalism project that examines the living and socio-economic conditions behind the alarming poverty rate in Syracuse.
 
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Attack Poverty
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Attack Poverty
 
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Poverty PDF
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Poverty PDF
 
The McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at NYU Silver School of Social Work, the Community Technical Assistance Center of New York, and the Strategies to Reduce Inequality (SRI) Initiative at NYU are proud to present Black Boys and Men: Changing the Narrative—a 16-episode podcast series.
 
The latest podcast feed searching 'Poverty' on SermonAudio.com.
 
The Anti-Poverty Message is about us versus them. It's about coming together and sharing ideas to help each other succeed. Each One Teach One
 
Fighting Poverty, Strengthening New York, is a monthly podcast that explores the diverse work done at the Community Service Society (www.cssny.org).In each episode, we dive into an issue affecting low-income New Yorkers in areas such as affordable housing, healthcare, and economic security. We we head into the field to hear from those affected, and from CSS staff striving to make NYC a more equitable and just city.
 
My podcast is about UNITING. People of the same vision, heart, goals, and means to change this world into a better place for our future and our future generations to come. Who among us is the strength for the rest who are weak? Who will unite with ME and NOT fear? Who has NO FEAR?
 
Podcasts from Church Action on Poverty (www.church-poverty.org.uk)
 
Bloggers Unite! BlogTalkRadio is joining forces with “Blog Action Day 2008: Poverty” to take the conversation to all four corners of the globe. On Wednesday, October 15, the network will host a 12-hour Talkathon for Poverty Relief. Airing from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. EDT, the program will be anchored live from Denver, Colorado, by BlogActionDay.org’s Easton Ellsworth, with BlogTalkRadio hosts – including Tom D’Antoni of D’Antoni and Levine, Reuben Torres of Let’s Get Real, Charles Mattocks of The ...
 
Poverty in Scotland - for iBooks
 
A story of a gay man from a village growing up in poverty and reaching success.
 
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Tiny Spark
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We investigate philanthropy, nonprofits and for-profit social good initiatives. In-depth interviews and shoe leather reporting from across the globe. Send us your tips. www.tinyspark.org
 
Podcast From A Poverty Skola from the Unhoused Nation called amerikkklan- The introduction to the podcast series created by formerly unhoused, incarcerated revolutionary daughter of Dee, single.mama, co-founder of POOR magazine/Prensa POBRE/ , journalist, teacher, poet &welfareQUEEN
 
On the Poverty of the Stimulus - Audio
 
Audio of the 2005 book. Compiled, Introduction and Reports by Chrystal Ocean.
 
Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative
 
Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative
 
On the Poverty of the Stimulus - Video
 
TechMission's UrbanMinistry.org and partners present sermons and talks by Tony Evans. Please visit ChristianVolunteering.org for a listing of ministry and volunteer opportunities in your area.
 
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Humanosphere Podcast
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A weekly look at the world of global health and the fight against of poverty with Tom Paulson, editor of Humanosphere.
 
This programme is all about all things to do with social justice. Topics include such things as human rights, environmental issues, animals rights, and poverty.
 
TechMission's UrbanMinistry.org and partners bring you talks and sermons by Alistair Begg.
 
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Think Zeitgeist
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Discussions and interviews about the objectives of the Zeitgeist Movement and the Resource-Based Economy. We discuss economic, political, and cultural issues.
 
Hosted by Denver Frederick | Sundays, 6PM-7PM | New York City
 
DW's top political interview. Hard-hitting interview going beyond the normal soundbite culture. Prepare to enter the Conflict Zone.
 
No Where To Lay His Head is a podcast about poverty, homelessness and spirituality. Join Steve Kimes for a one on one with a local guest as they discuss experiences with spirituality and poverty. Hosted by Steve Kimes Recorded, edited and produced by Mary Anne Funk
 
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Bi Talk
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Join Adrienne Williams debate hot topics of the day on our 30-minute weekly show called Bi Talk Radio. Discussions will deal with the bisexual community in Entertainment news, bisexual celebrity topics, social issues and much more.
 
TechMission's UrbanMinistry.org and partners present talks and sermons by Shane Claiborne. Please visit ChristianVolunteering.org for a list of ministry and volunteer opportunities in your area. For more resources from Shane see urbanministry.org/shane-claiborne
 
Shin Fujiyama is a CNN Hero and the Executive Director of Students Helping Honduras. He lives with 30 former street children in Honduras where he runs a school and international NGO out of a tree house. In each episode Shin will be interviewing a proven social entrepreneur or NGO leader in the nonprofit or international development aid industry-- including several CNN Heroes and bestselling authors. They’re going to deconstruct their journey to explain HOW they built up their organizations. ...
 
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Safe Space Radio
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Safe Space Radio is a live show for courageous conversation about difficult subjects. I conduct half hour interviews with people who have struggled with painful, often stigmatized challenges, and gone on to generously offer their stories as a gift to others. These stories not only offer hope and resources but invite people to feel less alone, less ashamed and more understood.
 
TechMission's UrbanMinistry.org and partners present sermons and talks by Brian McLaren. Please visit ChristianVolunteering.org for a listing of ministry and volunteer opportunities in your area.
 
The World Bank's panel discussion series aimed at opening up debate and exchanging ideas on international development. Recorded in Sydney, Australia featuring three specialists on a different topic every month. Moderated by Olivia Rousset.
 
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On Blast
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On Blast is an organizing tool for the Philadelphia Student Union. We know that students have deep analysis about their schools and communities. We know that young people's voices need to be heard before real structural change can take place in our public schools. At On Blast, we choose subject matter that amplifies the voices of those not being heard-- especially young people-- and those who are routinely hurt and misrepresented by the dominant media. We are using media to organize for the ...
 
TechMission's UrbanMinistry.org and partners present talks and sermons by Tony Campolo. Please visit ChristianVolunteering.org for a listing of ministry and volunteer opportunities in your area.
 
Ben Jenkins -- Listen In Ben Jenkins takes his microphone to your community, wherever that is in the world telling human interest stories. He lets people tell their stories then puts them together into short stories. Topics cover the range of culture, society, art, pollution, education, health, racism, and much more. Ben Jenkins' show "Listen In" keeps up standards of journalism while telling the human stories that are often forgotten. Communities everywhere are struggling to keep their own ...
 
Poverty, Punishment, and Possibility
 
A collection of interviews with individuals who are performing acts of tikun olam (repairing the world). Brought to you by Ve'ahavta, a Canadian humanitarian and relief organization, motivated by the Jewish value of Tzedakah (Justice).
 
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Reflection and testimony on the journey of healing that God has been working out in my life, freeing me self-reliance, slavery to sin, a servant mentality, and a poverty mindset. Given at a healing prayer event hosted by Divine Mercy DC at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Washington, DC.
 
Pastor Mike Hanck Salem Lutheran Church here in Toledo.We are a Mission Site for People Experiencing Poverty. We care for people by sharing the Gospel in a multitude of ways, through preaching, teaching, accompanying, and assisting people as best as we are able.
 
Welcome to Part Two: Let’s look at these claims: Means of production owned by the public or state This removed property rights – Which is the foundation of wealth accumulation Think of a group assignment – social loafing Property rights lead to incentives Zimbabwe – Took property rights away – expropriated land and property rights China – Intro ...…
 
Haven't Liked us on Facebook yet? Show some love This is going to be a bit of a longer episode in order to unpack this topic fully… You’re probably going to need to relisten Book – Utopia Wishful thinking – the story described perfect, imaginary world. A complex, self-contained community set on an island, in which people share a common culture ...…
 
“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta Yes, I’m back from another trip – This time the destination was central America. The largest city in Central America… Guatemala. I love sharing my travel experiences with people because I often learn so much while visiting new countries, especially those wi ...…
 
Many people are conditioned into thinking that earthly royalty is essential. Have we masqueraded elegant as an excuse for excess? I watch many people plan events that promise expensive and elaborate fixings. However, nice as that sounds to imagine ourselves as earthly royalty, have we given ourselves the right to justify spending? Jesus did not ...…
 
You may know Ace Marasigan as the founder of the Grand Rapids Asian-Pacific Festival. However, his childhood was spent in the Philippines, living in poverty near a community dumpsite. Find out about how Ace persevered, despite the difficult hand he was dealt, how his son inspired him to plan the first festival celebrating Asian-Pacific culture ...…
 
“The Philoka …what?” That’s what many people might say when they hear the word philokalia. It’s a Greek word that means “love of the beautiful or good." The Philokalia is a collection of writings from within the Orthodox tradition written from the 4th to the 15th centuries by 35 different monastic authors. You could call these their “best of” s ...…
 
Hey folks. This week's organization is: NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Established in 1896, Neighborhood House was the first settlement house in Kentucky. Over 121 years later, it serves as a community center for children and families living in the Portland neighborhood of Louisville, as well as other surrounding low-income neighborhoods. Poverty among the ...…
 
This Podcast from a Poverty Skola puts out a challenge to the Poor People’s Campaign to redistribute resources to a homeless and poor people led march from Philly to Washington-June 2-12th - asking folks to understand that in an emergency like this we need movements led and designed by the impacted people’s so we can lift up & work for actual p ...…
 
Money, Abundance & You with Shelli Speaks Radio Show Sensuality, Wealth and Abundance: What would it take for you to create a reality that is fun, joyful, pleasurable and a high vibrating sensual experience all of the time? How much sensuality are you allowing yourself to be and receive? What feels good to your body? ~ More About Money, Abundan ...…
 
Now we’re back on track until my site gets hacked again. Here’s an episode with Jack that I forgot I had recorded of us chatting halfway through our respective European tours. So proud of ourselves for making a little bit of money…we’re dumb. www.facebook.com/JackHolmesAcoustic www.facebook.com/TheReginaldBarris www.facebook.con/ViennaChuckles ...…
 
There are problems. There are causes. And there are solutions. And there are 'true and false' answers to all three of these. When it comes to education in the United States, do we have problems? I think this is probably where there is a near universal consensus that would say, 'True'. With that said, it would be good for us to recognize, as Joh ...…
 
In a recent fireside chat at Verizon's Technology Symposium, Global Network & Technology Leader, Hans Vestberg sat down with Global Citizen's Co-Founder and CEO, Hugh Evans to discuss how technology, connectivity, education and people can change the world for good.
 
The Easterseals' Prosperity for All is not the first program to address the individual needs of families working their way out of poverty. The Family Independence Initiative is another local model that invests directly in families. But Prosperity for All has been so successful after a two-year pilot, that the Cincinnati chapter of the Eastersea ...…
 
The Mindfullness Show is written and produced by Josiah Samuel Harry. Music by Josiah Harry, Jr. S2E12 Show Notes: [00:49] Hot Takes: Virtual Reality is an overrated fad. [05:14] Main Segment: Josiah discusses why Americans should be concerned about the US federal debt. Over 41 million Americans experience food insecurity every day and live in ...…
 
Individualism sounds like a good thing, right? But our society has forced us to idealize it while, at the same time, being bullied into being like everyone else, into fitting the mold. How do we live a life of true individualism? Listen to find out!BOOK: Fight Club / Chuck PalahniukShantell Martin - https://shantellmartin.artFight Club - https: ...…
 
rant topics:- getting out of poverty mentality and acting successful
 
In what's being viewed as a win for employers and a loss for workers, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that companies can require its employees to settle disputes through individual arbitration instead of class action. We discuss what the decision means for businesses and workers. Plus, a new book examines American democracy and the participation i ...…
 
Sarah Kendzior, writer, political commentator, and author of New York Times Bestseller The View From Flyover Country joins Rick to talk about the need to not relitigate 2016 or 2017 but to focus on the crimes of 2018 and explains how what we are seeing coming out of the Trump crime family is predictable. Propane Jane is back sharing her thought ...…
 
Michigan State Senator Ian Conyers, Youngest State Senator in Michigan History joins Rick to talk about his congressional run for Michigan’s 13th district and discuss the main issues his campaign is focusing on in a district with high poverty and many needs.
 
Rebecca Vallas, vice president for the Poverty to Prosperity Program at American Progress joins Rick to talk about how a united Democratic Party with the help of several Freedom Caucus Republicans turned back a terrible Farm Bill and to discuss what the bill would do if eventually passed into law. Tom Perez, Chairman of the Democratic National ...…
 
Rebecca Vallas, vice president for the Poverty to Prosperity Program at American Progress joins Rick to talk about how a united Democratic Party with the help of several Freedom Caucus Republicans turned back a terrible Farm Bill and to discuss what the bill would do if eventually passed into law.
 
Scott Neeson was a highly paid Hollywood executive, when a visit to Phnom Penh in Cambodia changed his life. Witnessing the abject poverty of children living in an abandoned rubbish dump, he decided to give up the big salary and fancy home, and set up the Cambodian Children's Fund. The CCF now operates education, childcare, community and health ...…
 
Let's Talk New Mexico 5/24 8a: Poverty is a persistent topic in New Mexico, from news coverage of the latest statistics to legislative hearings on proposals to address high poverty rates in our communities. Nearly 20 percent of New Mexicans are considered to be living in poverty according to the U.S. Census. Are these numbers accurately capturi ...…
 
Shelley Callahan A Global Advocate for Children Guest on Ask Sharifah #AMA Shelley Callahan is Director of Development at Children Incorporated. She is truly an inspiring individual who lives out her passion day in and day out. Her ambitious drive and work ethic make her highly respected throughout her industry. I thought it might be appropriat ...…
 
In Part 2 Colleen and Willie bring us to the challenges of our current time with specific strategies for educating about systemic poverty. They show us an intersectional approach and offer tools for meeting people where they are. An engaged scholarship is at the root of their activist work. They end on a note of hope, as encouragement and chall ...…
 
At the fiftieth anniversary of the Memphis Sanitation Workers’ Strike, the Poor People’s Movement, and the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I invited two activist-scholars involved in the New Poor People’s Movement to talk about popular education and movement building for social change. In Part 1, Willie and Colleen talk a ...…
 
Nic and Paul discuss the hypocrisy among Christianity. They also discuss corruption and poverty mindsets when it comes to the Church and much more!
 
It's Eric's history, a little bit. Leo wanted to bring my 15 minutes of minimal fame to light so we talked about it. How it started, how it ended and how all of it resulted in simple poverty and disappointment. Ironically, a lot like this podcast is going! Perfect!
 
A new MP3 sermon from Hebron Free Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: The Blind Beggar Bartimaeus Speaker: Rev. David Park Broadcaster: Hebron Free Presbyterian Church Event: Sunday - PM Date: 5/20/2018 Bible: Mark 10:46-52 Length: 36 min. Overview: 1. His PROBLEM - v,46--2. His POVERTY - v ...…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Zion Hill Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: Go Ye Into All the World Speaker: Gary Crisp Broadcaster: Zion Hill Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 5/20/2018 Bible: 2 Corinthians 8:1-15, Mark 16:15 Length: 32 min.
 
Matt Corbin shows the issues with low unemployment and high amounts of people living in poverty, talks NBA playoffs, Laurel vs Yanny, and tells the truth about the truth.
 
In our Bible Study Pastors Tom Naumann and Nathanael Mayhew take us through a study of 2 Corinthians. This letter contains some of the most beautiful Gospel proclamations in all of Scripture. The emphasis is on God's strength in weakness, and Paul brings out this theme by focusing on a number of paradoxes including comfort through affliction, l ...…
 
Welcome to Furious Friday – These episodes aim to solve misunderstandings In this episode - Furious about the muckery of statistics used to perpetrate misunderstandings Misconceptions about the world when it comes to the world, the economy and what we are taught, by the media. Click Bait is the winner when we are too busy to fully look into an ...…
 
“Eleanor LeCain discusses how we can drive down poverty and build up America with Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove of the new Poor People’s Campaign.”
 
The craftsmen make it seem so simple. The writer presents his words as if they came as natural as a breath. I put my headphones on and the songs with the sounds and atmospheric layers spread wide as if it just happened out of natural euphoria in the flick of a second and this is the danger with art. The art is not the art-form itself, but the w ...…
 
Today on Flashpoints: 18 young activists arrested as they shouted down former Israeli Prime Minister, Ehud Barak, in San Francisco last night. Also, Nora Barrows-Friedmand speaks to a doctor who was shot by sraeli snipers as he tried to deliver aid to the wounded victims of Israel snipers in Gaza.
 
Studies show that where one falls on the wealth ladder is directly correlated with health outcomes. And though the U.S. is the wealthiest country in the world, where that wealth falls is getting increasingly uneven. The consequences of this uneven distribution are changing how people go about their lives, and even the status of their health. Th ...…
 
Evangeline “Van” DeVol grew up in many places around the world including England and South America. Her family moved around frequently during her childhood because her father was in the aluminum industry and he had to go where the work required him to be. Van DeVol – NEST Community Learning Center Because she was exposed to many different cultu ...…
 
How do we step up, claim our space and take our turn? Why are we so scared to say who we really are? What do we do when we want to change? Catherine Greer is on the show today to help us navigate these questions and to spread the message that your choice of who you were yesterday does not need to be the same today. Write that down! This is huge ...…
 
Earlier this year South African officials flung their support behind land expropriation of white farmers and land owners in their country. @jawnbrown takes a look at this intersting policy proposal in his own unique way. Follow @noyoucantsayhi on twitter.Links: https://www.huffingtonpost.co.za/michael-morris/south-africa-the-risks-we-face-are-r ...…
 
In a broken and fractured world, the challenge for us ordinary people in local church is to be Christ’s ambassadors and ministers of reconciliation. We are invited to participate in God’s re-making of our world. What does this mean for our relationships, communities, wider world and culture?Kiera Phyo has recently started working for Archbishop ...…
 
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