Best racialjustice podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Armchair Activist - By Andre Koen & Brian Jost | Racial Justice | Social Justice | Racism | Activism | Advocacy | Human Rights
 
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Imagine Otherwise
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Imagine Otherwise is a podcast about the people and projects bridging art, activism, and academia to build better worlds. Episodes offer in-depth interviews with creators who use culture for social justice, and explore the nitty-gritty work of imagining and creating more just worlds.
 
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LDR Weekend
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LDR Weekend is the annual gathering of the Leadership Development Resource which is part of a movement for people who desire to address the core concerns in black communities.
 
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Facing Ourselves Podcast
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A podcast about racial justice, anti-racism, and racial reconciliation. This podcast provides opportunities for white people to develop greater understanding and responsibility regarding race and racism. We bring you conversations and resources with a wide-range of experts and leaders. Hosted by psychologists Drs. Brandy Liebscher and Danielle Beck.
 
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Prophetic Resistance Podcast
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Welcome to the Prophetic Resistance Podcast is hosted by Rev. Michael-Ray Mathews. We travel the country talking to our beloved community of freedom-fighters, justice-seekers and faith leaders. Grounded in our diverse faith traditions, we are exploring what it means to embody love in the face of fear and to show up like hope in seasons of despair. Refusing to be chaplains to the logic and impulse of Empire, we choose to be prophets of the resistance.
 
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While people in Seattle process and react to the shooting death of Charleena Lyles by police, the officer who shot Philando Castile during a routine traffic stop was acquitted of all charges. Jeffery Robinson shares his perspective on how communities of color view the police and justice system. Jeffery Robinson is an attorney and director of th ...…
 
My guest for today is Rajani Gudlavalleti, racial equity trainer and board member of the Foundation Beyond Belief. Here’s what her bio says: “Rajani Gudlavalleti is a second-generation, South Indian-American queer humanist woman residing in Baltimore, MD. Rajani works at the intersections of social justice, public health, and the legal system, ...…
 
Click on the 'Listen' button above to hear this segment. Much like the phrase "Black Power" evoked the struggle for racial justice in the 1960s, "Black Lives Matter" has become a slogan for activism and social justice today. Both movements were shaped from more than 100 years of black social and political thought that argues not just for equal ...…
 
Click on the 'Listen' button above to hear this segment. Much like the phrase "Black Power" evoked the struggle for racial justice in the 1960s, "Black Lives Matter" has become a slogan for activism and social justice today. Both movements were shaped from more than 100 years of black social and political thought that argues not just for equal ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: Following Amazon’s $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods, The Takeaway examines the future of the company and its grip on the economy, as well as the question of anti-trust laws as Amazon continues to grow in size and power. Stacy Mitchell, co-director of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance and author of "Amazon’ ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: Following Amazon’s $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods, The Takeaway examines the future of the company and its grip on the economy, as well as the question of anti-trust laws as Amazon continues to grow in size and power. Stacy Mitchell, co-director of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance and author of "Amazon’ ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: Following Amazon’s $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods, The Takeaway examines the future of the company and its grip on the economy, as well as the question of anti-trust laws as Amazon continues to grow in size and power. Stacy Mitchell, co-director of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance and author of "Amazon’ ...…
 
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My Old Kentucky Podcast
 
Jazmin is out this week, so this week Robert sits down with Reverend Joe Phelps of Highland Baptist Church to talk about the recent sequence of events between Governor Bevin and members of the clergy group EmpowerWest. Robert and Rev. Phelps also have a broad discussion about faith, politics, and touch a bit on Rev. Phelps’ situation as a white ...…
 
Ismail Ali earned his J.D. at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law in 2016, after receiving his Bachelor’s in Philosophy from California State University, Fresno, in 2012. As a law student, among leading and participating in other extracurricular activities which focused primarily on human rights, civil liberties, and racial jus ...…
 
Inspired by the French Fête de la Musique, and held annually on the day of the Summer Solstice, Make Music Chicago is a day-long, citywide, music festival. This year, MMC partners with “Lift Every Voice: Musicians Rising For Racial Justice.” The KAIA String Quartet¸ charter participants of WFMT’s new In Residence program, will be participating ...…
 
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Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet
 
Fascinating episode of Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet! this week as Tim Lo Surdo joins us to talk about social justice, “anti-rascism” and what inspired him to found Democracy in Colour. 🎙 Democracy in Colour is Australia’s first national racial justice advocacy organisation led by people of colour, who run campaigns to tackle structural rac ...…
 
Deepa Iyer, Indian American racial justice activist and former executive director of South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT), joins us to discuss her new book, We Too Sing America: South Asian, Arab, Muslim, and Sikh Immigrants Shape Our Multiracial Future. She sheds light on the attacks that have targeted South Asian immigrants in the U ...…
 
Deepa Iyer, Indian American racial justice activist and former executive director of South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT), joins us to discuss her new book, We Too Sing America: South Asian, Arab, Muslim, and Sikh Immigrants Shape Our Multiracial Future. She sheds light on the attacks that have targeted South Asian immigrants in the U ...…
 
Deepa Iyer, Indian American racial justice activist and former executive director of South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT), joins us to discuss her new book, We Too Sing America: South Asian, Arab, Muslim, and Sikh Immigrants Shape Our Multiracial Future. She sheds light on the attacks that have targeted South Asian immigrants in the U ...…
 
The “ownership” of Southern food is a divisive cultural issue, reflective of the ongoing struggle for racial justice in America. Michael Twitty shares with us that struggle in The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the …
 
The “ownership” of Southern food is a divisive cultural issue, reflective of the ongoing struggle for racial justice in America. Michael Twitty shares with us that struggle in The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the …
 
The “ownership” of Southern food is a divisive cultural issue, reflective of the ongoing struggle for racial justice in America. Michael Twitty shares with us that struggle in The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the …
 
The “ownership” of Southern food is a divisive cultural issue, reflective of the ongoing struggle for racial justice in America. Michael Twitty shares with us that struggle in The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the …
 
The “ownership” of Southern food is a divisive cultural issue, reflective of the ongoing struggle for racial justice in America. Michael Twitty shares with us that struggle in The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the …
 
The “ownership” of Southern food is a divisive cultural issue, reflective of the ongoing struggle for racial justice in America. Michael Twitty shares with us that struggle in The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the …
 
The “ownership” of Southern food is a divisive cultural issue, reflective of the ongoing struggle for racial justice in America. Michael Twitty shares with us that struggle in The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the …
 
On this day in 1968, Governor John Volpe dedicated the Melnea Cass Swimming and Skating Rink in Roxbury. The new facility was intended to improve life in inner city Boston. It was named for a woman who had dedicated her life to the same cause. Melnea Cass had spent nearly half a century working for economic and racial justice. Admired for her s ...…
 
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Coffeepot Fellowship Podcast
 
Getting 30 minutes with Rev. Jeanne Pupke this particular week was an honor and nearly miraculous since there are just seven days left in her 18-month presidential campaign! Rev. Jeanne will be in New Orleans this week for the General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association. In exactly one week, Saturday June 25th, 2017, all three ca ...…
 
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The Table Underground w/Tagan Engel
 
Isa Mujahid & Camelle Scott-Mujahid Co-Founders CT Core - Organize Now! Episode 16. Organizing for Freedom w/ Camelle Scott-Mujahid & Isa Mujahid of CT Core - Organize Now! Listen live Friday June 16th at noon, 7pm and again Sunday at 3pm (EST) on WNHH Community Radio, 103.5 fm New Haven, or stream online. CT Core - Organize Now! Is an organiza ...…
 
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Armchair Activist - By Andre Koen & Brian Jost | Racial Justice | Social Justice | Racism | Activism | Advocacy | Human Rights
 
Today (Tues. 06/13/2017) is the day that the Family of Philando Castile will find out the fate of Officer, Jeranimo Yanez, who fattily shot and killed their son in a routine traffic stop July 6, 2016. We spoke with Activist and Pastor Danny Givens about the mood of the courtroom, the process of the proceedings … Continue reading "018, Pastor Da ...…
 
Part Deux…. “Do not be conformed to this world…” (Ro. 12:2) Is it possible we’ve gotten Romans all wrong? What if Romans was meant to be heard as resistance against Empire? Come take a listen, and better grasp how such a reading from Paul’s letter to the Romans can help us in our resistance against Empire today. “Fierce Rev” Anne Dunlap pumps u ...…
 
Sermon by: Robert Austell; June 4, 2017 - Psalm 139; Acts 2:1-13 :: Sermon Audio (link) :: Click link to open and play in browser; right-click to save. Sermon audio is also accessible as a free podcast in iTunes. Search for "Good Shepherd Sermons" or "Robert Austell." :: Scripture and Music :: Singing Together: Holy is the Lord (Tomlin, Giglio) ...…
 
With so many universal programs designed to fight poverty, why do poverty rates still skew along racial lines? And how might a universal basic income solve some of these problems? Dorian Warren, President of the Center for Community Change Action, a Fellow at the Roosevelt Institute and Co-chair of the Economic Security Project, joins Jim and O ...…
 
“Do not be conformed to this world…” (Ro. 12:2) Is it possible we’ve gotten Romans all wrong? What if Romans was meant to be heard as resistance against Empire? Come take a listen, and better grasp how such a reading from Paul’s letter to the Romans can help us in our resistance against Empire today. “Fierce Rev” Anne Dunlap pumps up the volume ...…
 
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Adventures In Design
 
If there was only one name that could be included in the art history books to represent street art and youth culture at the turn of the century, Shepard Fairey would be it. From a few wheat pasted posters and a posse rallied around Andre The Giant, Shepard Fairey became a household name in a matter of years by sharing his punk rock ethics with ...…
 
Rochelle Roybal joins us to discuss Sam Durant’s controversial sculpture “Scaffold” at The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, MN, which will be dismantled according The Walker Art Center director. A Statement from Sam Durant: http://blogs.walkerart.org/centerpoints/2017/05/29/a-statement-from-sam-durant/ Audio is played from a Kare11 story “Walk ...…
 
We often see the struggles for civil rights and racial justice as among the most noble of the legal profession. But the University of Virginia’s Law School recently realized it didn’t have any hands-on practical ways for students to get involved. Until now. WMRA’s Jordy Yager has the story.By lewekerb@jmu.edu (lewekerw).
 
Dr. Fred Pestello discusses the efforts of Saint Louis University to deal with a protest/occupation crisis that erupted on SLU’s campus following the 2014 shooting death Michael Brown in Ferguson […]
 
Dr. Fred Pestello discusses the efforts of Saint Louis University to deal with a protest/occupation crisis that erupted on SLU’s campus following the 2014 shooting death Michael Brown in Ferguson […]
 
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Politically Re-Active with W. Kamau Bell & Hari Kondabolu
 
Rashad Robinson has done battle with Bill O’Reilly and won – twice. He’s taken on the shady, corporate-driven conservative operation ALEC and gotten companies like Coca Cola and Walmart to back down from supporting stand-your-ground laws. And now, after successfully campaigning to remove O’Reilly from Fox News - along withgreat work from UltraV ...…
 
On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by Alex Lawson, Executive Director of Social Security Works and Co-Founder of We Act Radio, to talk about Donald Trump's budget proposal which would make major cuts to Social Security, Medicaid, and Medicare. The pair also talk about the likihood of the budget passing and ...…
 
Obasi Shaw has recently hit the news as the first Harvard student to submit a rap album as his senior thesis. The album, entitled "Liminal Minds," represents a coming together of Obasi's interests, ranging from Chaucer, to hip-hop, to the pursuit of racial justice. But the key theme that connects all his thoughts and experiences is his passion ...…
 
We're joined by Rashad Robinson of Color of Change, a brilliant strategist and progressive leader, to discuss the intersection of civil rights, racial justice and climate change. It's an inspiring conversation about how to keep moving forward, and how no one is on the sidelines, in the Trump era. And we catch up about our first big climate fede ...…
 
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Armchair Activist - By Andre Koen & Brian Jost | Racial Justice | Social Justice | Racism | Activism | Advocacy | Human Rights
 
This episode starts with a short conversation between co-host Brian Jost and Vivian Henry as she discusses intersectionality and feeling adversely affected by the current political atmosphere. Andre Koen shares his experience as a panel member of the University of St. Thomas student event “Preventing Burn Out and Sustaining Anti-Racist Efforts” ...…
 
Lena K. Gardner and Leslie Mac join The VUU to talk about the 2017 UUA General Assembly and the needs for Unitarian Universalists of color around safety/security, worship, and community. Show notes: Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU) organizing collective 2017 UUA General Assembly, June 21-25 in New Orleans BLUU’s programs at General ...…
 
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The Marc Steiner Show
 
May 18, 2017 – Segment 1 A. Adar Ayira joins us to let us know about an important event happening tomorrow evening, Moving from Protests to Policy: Making Advocacy Count: 2017 Legislative Wrap-Up. Ayira is Director of Programs for the More in the Middle Initiative at Associated Black Charities and Facilitator and Analyst at Baltimore Racial Jus ...…
 
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The Marc Steiner Show
 
May 18, 2017 – Segment 1 A. Adar Ayira joins us to let us know about an important event happening tomorrow evening, Moving from Protests to Policy: Making Advocacy Count: 2017 Legislative Wrap-Up. Ayira is Director of Programs for the More in the Middle Initiative at Associated Black Charities and Facilitator and Analyst at Baltimore Racial Jus ...…
 
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Around the World Podcast
 
Dan, Carlos and Leah Carlos VillaWolf and Leah Ittner are good friends of Katie's and mine. They lived in Beijing for four years and moved to Ho Chi Minh City about ten months ago. They were back in Beijing to visit friends over a long weekend, and we managed to squeeze in some time to record this podcast. This one is full of sage wisdom; I hop ...…
 
*Originally Posted at MissioAlliance.org Our sponsor: Compassion International Check out the new(ish) podcast OnRamp David P. Leong (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is associate professor of missiology at Seattle Pacific University and Seminary, where he also serves as the director of the Global and Urban Ministry minor. He previously served ...…
 
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Infinite Earth Radio – weekly conversations with leaders building smarter, more sustainable, and equitable communities
 
Topic: Coal, Coal-Fired Power Plants, and the Impacts on Communities In This Episode: 01:58 Mike shares information about Island Press. 03:18 Mike mentions what will be covered in today’s podcast. 05:15 Vernice identifies why the EPA was focused on regulating the emissions from coal-fired power plants. 10:50 Guest Jacqueline Patterson is introd ...…
 
Dr. Vincent Intondi, director of the Institute for Race, Justice, and Community Engagement at Montgomery College, talks about the forgotten history of African Americans against the nuclear bomb. In this interview he connects the fight against nuclear weapons with racial equality.
 
The Trump campaign successfully took over the Republican party, replacing conservatism with nationalism. Today, we discuss globalism as the new dividing line. In the Pearls, we talk about the House's passage of the American Health Care Act and the French election, and in the Heels we discuss the Kentucky Derby, Beth's car accident, and the way ...…
 
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