Best socialjustice podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Welcome to the Mad in America podcast, a new weekly discussion that searches for the truth about psychiatric prescription drugs and mental health care worldwide. This podcast is part of Mad in America’s mission to serve as a catalyst for rethinking psychiatric care. We believe that the current drug-based paradigm of care has failed our society and that scientific research, as well as the lived experience of those who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder, calls for profound change. ...
 
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On Social Justice
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Reflections on God's Love for the Poor and Marginalized - As Orthodox Christians, we are called to act in love towards those scarred by the world's injustice. This monthly podcast explores biblical and patristic writings dealing with social justice and applies them to current situations around the world.
 
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.
 
We researched social movements from around the world that are engaged in collective struggles to transform unequal and exclusionary educational practices. These are the untold and silenced stories about ‘people power’. You will hear the stories of youth who have become student activists on college campus, parents who have become community organizers, schools that are engaged in the daily struggled to become safe spaces for their gay and lesbian students, the transnational movement for disabi ...
 
Welcome to the Mad in America podcast, a new weekly discussion that searches for the truth about psychiatric prescription drugs and mental health care worldwide. This podcast is part of Mad in America’s mission to serve as a catalyst for rethinking psychiatric care. We believe that the current drug-based paradigm of care has failed our society and that scientific research, as well as the lived experience of those who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder, calls for profound change. ...
 
Super Serious Social Justice is a podcast about, as you may have guessed, social justice. But it's not your average discussion of social justice. It's easy to feel overwhelmed when talking about heavy topics, and we wanted to keep it light. That's why we aim for our podcast to have you laughing AND thinking hard.
 
The Social Justice Education Network is a collaborative multi-media platform for speakers, educators, and bloggers to transform businesses, agencies, and individuals in the field of diversity and inclusion through education and engagement through accessible media, workshops, and speaking engagements. This podcast is trying to educate the world in an accessible way on the hardest topics out there. Tune in every week for a new podcast!
 
This lengthy political essay by noted Canadian humourist Stephen Leacock was written while he was professor of political economy at McGill University. He argues for a middle ground between individualism/capitalism and pure socialism. Listeners in the early 21st century may find this 90-year old essay oddly topical.
 
A Philadelphia-based podcast documenting the work and lived experience of activists, community members, leaders, students, and scholars. Each episode spans local to national. Here Philadelphia is treated both uniquely, as its own city, and representationally, unpacking the social dynamic of American cities and society writ large. For more, check out the cast's Instagram account at phillysocialjustice .
 
Service Roads is a podcast focused on celebrating the practice of using the law for social change. Our guests include lawyers, judges, and advocates that have committed their careers to working for the people that need it most. As one of our guest's stated "there is a major difference between Law and Justice". We're trying to figure out what that difference is, and how lawyers can fix it.
 
Online video creator Dylan Marron calls some of the folks who wrote him hateful messages to ask one simple question: why? Sometimes awkward, often political, and always fascinating, Conversations with People Who Hate Me takes contentious online conversations and moves them offline. In new episodes starting April 2nd, Dylan will moderate conversations between people who exchanged their own negative messages online.
 
Abigail Meller is an aspiring activist, feminist, and a couple of other –ists, with a passion for health policy, advocacy work, and civil rights. Join her as she discusses current public health, healthcare policy, and social justice issues on Generation Invincible, a bi-weekly podcast by a millennial, for millennials.
 
​Social Justice League is a weekly podcast that highlights the amazing social justice work being done across the country and world, while also providing actionable steps for our listeners to get involved​. Each week the hosts, Love Lee and Seamus Kirst, discuss current events and speak to change-makers ​about the inspiring work they are doing.
 
The Shadow of Ideas is a journey into the world of current events, politics, and social justice through the lens of a historian.
 
Common Good is an NPO based in the city of Cape Town, South Africa. We hope this podcast can be used as a discipleship tool in equipping and encouraging Christ-followers to seek the shalom of the city. As an organisation, we focus on making a positive and lasting impact in the areas of early life, education and employment, so that individuals and communities across the city can build brighter futures for themselves.
 
Comedy, Activism, Nerd Stuff
 
OPEN! Podcast discusses Diversity and Social Justice Diversity issues, we often will discuss current events and talk about the implications they may have in areas of privilege and oppression. Often times we'll examine our own privileges, thoughts, and feelings towards particular subjects with the intention of promoting and inviting conversations by way of our OPEN! blog located at our website, www.areyouopen.org. We encourage people to respond in blog form, or to write a blog about their per ...
 
Social Justice Tuesdays
 
Super Serious Social Justice is a podcast about, as you may have guessed, social justice. But it's not your average discussion of social justice. It's easy to feel overwhelmed when talking about heavy topics, and we wanted to keep it light. That's why we aim for our podcast to have you laughing AND thinking hard.
 
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What It Takes
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Revealing, intimate conversations with visionaries and leaders in the arts, science, technology, public service, sports and business. These engaging personal stories are drawn from interviews with the American Academy of Achievement, and offer insights you’ll want to apply to your own life.
 
I believe that good conversation can create change. They can also be fun and engaging, full of insights and unexpected outcomes. And you're never quite sure where they're going to lead. Intimate dialogue assumes authenticity, transparency and dealing with substantive and sometimes difficult questions. I try to do that with Face2Face.
 
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Winning Slowly
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Taking the long view on technology, religion, ethics, and art. There are plenty of podcasts that will tell you how Apple’s latest product will affect the tech landscape tomorrow, but there aren’t that many concerned with the potential impact of that tech in 2024. In a culture obsessed with now, how can we make choices with a view for tomorrow, next year, and beyond?
 
Let’s be real. Men need to bring up their social justice game, and we believe there are men out there who want to but don’t know how. Jake and Carl don’t have all the answers, but they believe that opening up and doing a lot of self-reflection is one of the best ways for men to join the movement. Listen in while they try to model that process. Jake identifies as a cis-man, White, heterosexual, disabled (learning disability), middle class, agnostic, and is fan of Star Wars. Jake is a Communic ...
 
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Mama Bear Dares
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The Mama Bear Dares podcast explores the intersection of the Mother Self and the Other Self and, in doing so, encourages listeners to discover their inner Mama Bear and unlock her power in the pursuit of a life of love and compassion.
 
Kristen and Elizabeth explore our favorite TV shows, movies, and pop culture figures discussing issues relating to race, gender, the LGBT community, and other social issues. Are our faves too problematic to keep loving them, or do they get enough right where we can keep enjoying them. Join our two friends as they delve into the social implications of the things we love.
 
The Catholic Feminist is a podcast for strong Catholic women who want to be inspired, informed, and intentional. Each week, we interview guests on topics like poverty, missions, abortion, and how to live out your calling as a Catholic while supporting women's rights.
 
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Socialist Visions
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We discuss, explain, and debate, the visions of a scientific socialist system. Don't let the concept scare you away. Listen, learn, and ask questions.
 
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The Breach
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Step into The Breach as we expose and explore abuses of power in our government. Part of the Rewire.News podcast network.
 
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Beginner
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In 2003, I came to America with my family. Beginner trails me, a 24 year old Pakistani-American immigrant, as I learn to do the things I never did as a kid, and that are integral parts of an American childhood.
 
Inner Compass is a television interview show that explores how people make their decisions about ethical, religious, and social justice issues. Guests include authors, activists, religious leaders, and engaging thinkers from around the world. In its ninth season on PBS West Michigan and first on PBS nationally, Inner Compass is produced by Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
 
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The Messenger
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Since March 2016, Aziz has been reporting from Manus in short 30 second bursts, via WhatsApp messages sent from a smuggled phone. On the day his correspondence kicks off with Michael, he’s already been in detention for 864 days. Aziz tells the inside story – the good and the bad – of a place that consistently features in the headlines. A place some consider a necessary product of a successful border control policy, for others, a stain on Australia’s reputation from which it will never recove ...
 
Faith And Reason® creates a space for dialogue that challenges faith and spirituality to act for justice in our world.
 
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POC
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POC (Podcast of Color) is a show about four friends of color coming together to give their opinions on pop culture, social justice, and bullshit.
 
Fostering Wholeness, Balance, and Peace Through Respect of God's Creation.
 
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Naming It
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Naming It features Bay Area Psychologists, Dr. Bedford Palmer & Dr. LaMisha Hill, who explore the intersections of Social Justice, Psychology, & Blackness. They introduce aspects of counseling psychology that are not commonly thought of, and engage listeners in a conversation about pop-culture and current events in a way that delves deeper, and focuses on how it all impacts on our lives. The Mission of Naming It is to call out the elephant in the room, and to call in the voices of social jus ...
 
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Radio Free Qtopia
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For LGBTQ people all over the world, this is a remarkable moment — both making unprecedented progress and facing violent backlash at the very same time. On Radio Free Qtopia, we’ll share the stories of people working, often in the most unexpected of places, to make their communities and countries more welcoming for all, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Hosted by Ian Lekus. Find us online at radiofreeqtopia.org, follow us on Twitter @radiofreeqtopia, and like us on Faceboo ...
 
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RESIST Podcast
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RESIST Podcast @RESISTpodcast is a weekly show with one-on-one interviews with on-the-ground activists, focused on giving you the info you need in concrete steps to fight back against Donald Trump, fascism, and white supremacy. Hosted by Danielle Muscato @DanielleMuscato.
 
Questions: We Don’t Have Answers is a podcast that seeks to attack life’s most frustrating queries head-on in an effort to reach the much sought-after egalitarian society through the most simple yet difficult forms of education: communication!
 
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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.
 
Not Your Disappearing Indian is a new podcast about all the ways Native people are not going away and how America's got us all wrong.
 
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Traitor Radio
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A resistance podcast for short-attention spans. Traitor Radio combines storytelling with activism, giving people who are ready to resist the means and motivation to do so. There is cussing.
 
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More Than Money
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More than Money is a podcast constructed to create a conversation community around using your values to inform how you engage with work and invest your wealth. Each season is comprised of 12 episodes each in one of six topic domains-- (1) economic justice, (2) business ethics, (3) corporate social responsibility, (4) social entrepreneurship, (5) community development, and (6) faith and values-based investing.
 
winecellarmedia.comPhoenix Calida And William J Jackson are producing news and comment without corporate backing. Our friends and affiliates are Rashanii of the Single Simulcast. Ricky L.H. of Americans United Again. LQ of Blackwashed. Fallen Mathew Of fallenkittie.com. Lisa Loco, Penny Loco, Lauren Fricke. We do news, comment and discussion. We also spread our ideas in social media so don't forget to check us out there.
 
Opening up on the conversation on the issues being debated in today’s Los Angeles. Featuring interviews with local social and environmental justice leaders, plus the kind of big-picture context you won’t find anywhere else. Hosted by David Levitus, Founder of LA Forward, and History Ph.D. with a focus on U.S. politics and urban studies.
 
At the intersection of faith, culture and public life, In the Square covers ongoing movements for change weekly; with guest interviews, first person stories and commentary on current events from a faith perspective. Hosted by Eric Fought, a leader in the Christian tradition and a lifelong advocate for social justice.
 
The Gender at Work Podcast is a bi-monthly podcast series, featuring diverse voices from the Gender at Work’s international network of feminist scholars, activists, and community-led development practitioners. In our informal conversations, we discuss books, articles, films, and other media that help us to find new ways of understanding our work, our institutions, our society and ambitiously, ourselves! By coming together in this new space, we seek to re-examine the resilience of patriarchy ...
 
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Justice Points
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Using social justice and feminism to cut a swath across video games.
 
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In this episode, I go on a nerd rant on the latest Star Wars movies, and discuss the effects of social justice on our favorite franchise. Lando is a pansexual Conservative Comic Book Creator
 
This week, U of L professor Cate Fosl talks about the life and legacy of journalist and activist Anne Braden, the failure to media to appropriately cover deadly violence against women, and much more. Notes on Episode 24: Cate Fosl’s official U of L page Cate Fosl et al, Kentucky LGBTQ Historic Narrative (PDF) Cate Fosl, Scholar-Activist of the ...…
 
Lisa Wagner-Carollo is an agent of social change. Through theater, social justice, and spirituality, for almost 30 years she has been making an effort to reach marginalized communities through art. As founding director of the Still Point Theater Collective, Ms. Wagner-Carollo works with adults with developmental disabilities, currently and form ...…
 
“Miami is young enough that you can come in today with your amazing idea, in any sector, and leave a mark.” — Monique D. Hayes Today’s guest is Monique D. Hayes, partner at Goldstein and McClintock LLLP, where she practices business law, focusing on commercial transactions, business litigation, and corporate restructuring. Monique’s honors incl ...…
 
This article originally appeared on https://medium.com/@ThornCoyle/i-was-a-social-justice-asshole-1da8855fecb0
 
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 ...…
 
Hometown is a podcast from Episcopal Migration Ministries and is part of the Good Book Club. This is the last episode in Season 1! Stay subscribed - we’ll release special episodes throughout the summer, including from General Convention!Pentecost Sunday is the last day of this round of the Good Book Club. Scripture readings: Acts 27:13—28:44. S ...…
 
Sharon interviews Ruth Lundie in the week of Early life Feedback events across Cape Town. Ruth has driven Common Good's Early Life research answering the question 'What is the role of the local church towards human development in the First Thousand Days?'You can email ruth.lundie@commongood.org.za for any questions or visit commongood.org.za…
 
Hailing from New Jersey, this week's Jewish songwriter, Peri Smilow shares "The Priestly Blessing" and how she found her way to Jewish music after a difficult period working with troubled teens. Special thanks to the URJ and Bruce Raden for their onsite recording and technical help with this week's episode. As always, you can listen to all of t ...…
 
In this episode, Kerry speaks with Ben Tapper, writer, speaker, social activist. Faith, healing and social justice are the topics that most invigorate Ben, and the topics he most often speaks and writes about. He hopes to encourage, inspire and challenge those who read or listen. Ben is a co-founder of The Hear Me Project, an initiative designe ...…
 
Join Keisha Wilson and Mike McDonald, the hosts of What’s The 411Sports, as they discuss through an urban lens topical news from sports, with a dash of entertainment, pop culture, politics, film, and music. Some episodes include features and interviews with and about athletes. Plus, you never know who’s going to be put on the bench or sent to t ...…
 
On the Ground, which premiered on May Day, May 1, 2014, counters this trend by giving a voice to the voiceless. The weekly hour hosted by Esther Iverem covers social justice activism, with a special emphasis on sustainable living, the environment, economics, labor and the left edge of culture and media.…
 
Ciaran Freeman is a senior majoring in studio art and art history. His lengthy resume includes being a student fellow at Recology in San Francisco, a Jean Donovan Fellow working at the Commonweal Magazine, an immersion trip coordinator, the founder of the Santa Clara Student Art League and the Assistant Residence Director in the Casa Italiana r ...…
 
In this episode, a conversation about social justice with Rabbi Arthur Waskow, director of The Shalom Center and a long-time activist in the civil rights, social justice, and sustainability movements. About the Guest Rabbi Arthur Waskow, Ph. D., founded (in 1983) and directs The Shalom Center, a prophetic voice in Jewish, multireligious, and Am ...…
 
Deborah Santana is an author, business manager, and activist for peace and social justice. Her non-profit, Do A Little, serves women and girls in the areas of health, education, and happiness. With a passion to provide educational opportunities for girls and women. www.deborahsantana.comAnne Grady is an internationally recognized speaker and au ...…
 
Lisa Wagner-Carollo is an agent of social change. Through theater, social justice, and spirituality, for almost 30 years she has been making an effort to reach marginalized communities through art. As founding director of the Still Point Theater Collective, Ms. Wagner-Carollo works with adults with developmental disabilities, currently and form ...…
 
Lisa Wagner-Carollo is an agent of social change. Through theater, social justice, and spirituality, for almost 30 years she has been making an effort to reach marginalized communities through art. As founding director of the Still Point Theater Collective, Ms. Wagner-Carollo works with adults with developmental disabilities, currently and form ...…
 
This week we look at the life of D.C staffer Brandon Gassaway who was right there in the front lines with Tim Kaine in Hilary Clinton’s campaign for presidency. JP and George talk to him about how his life experiences shaped how he got to his current position, how the election went down in 2016, and his experience as a black man in the United S ...…
 
In this episode of Perspective, Shawnda Chapman Brown joins Ted for a conversation centered primarily around sexual abuse and it’s effects on women of color in particular. Shawnda is a researcher and social justice advocate who lives and works in New York City. With a particular focus on marginalized and vulnerable populations, Shawnda has gain ...…
 
Restorative justice is a paradigm-shifting approach to criminal justice. Fania Davis is a long-time social justice activist, a restorative justice scholar and professor, and a civil rights attorney with a Ph.D. in indigenous knowledge. She is also the Founder of Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth. We'll discuss the restorative justice framew ...…
 
Aired: 5/16/2018 4 PM:: Are we seeing a social justice experiment leading up to 2020? Plus, Aramco's Mehran Aram
 
This week, we're excited to have a special guest who wears multiple hats in the impact film space. Michael Kuehnert has directed films and created numerous Impact Campaigns for filmmakers, leading acquisitions for documentary distributor The Video Project.
 
It's meandering, it's off the rails, it's a classic episode of Super Serious Social Justice! We have a new sound editor, Carly, and we take this opportunity to introduce them and share some of their thoughts and opinions on social justice, including hot takes like "what is a social justice sound editor?", "why are clothes sexist?", and "can we ...…
 
A lot has happened since the last episode, so we touch on a smorgasbord of topics, from the latest political stories and sports. We also touch on social justice warriors and The Radical Left again.
 
Richard Rice interviews Jessica Gordon-Nembhard, PhD and Ed Whitfield on Cooperatives, Community Development and Social Justice. Jessica is the author of "Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice" [and a member of the GEO collective]. Ed is a social critic, writer and co-Managing Director of th ...…
 
Roj Amedi is a writer and editor, and a Senior Human Rights Campaigner at GetUp. She was a guest editor of the 38th issue of Acclaim Magazine. She has written for The Saturday Paper, SBS, Meanjin, Swampland, Vault and and is a regular columnist for Right Now. A seasoned public speaker and commentator, Roj has appeared at the Melbourne Writers F ...…
 
Today’s (May 14, 2018) ongoing citizen protest against the Site C dam project coincides with the announcement from the West Moberly First Nations of a decision rendered by the federal government regarding the injunction filed by the West Moberly and others to stop work on the contentious project. They argue Site C contravenes treaties they’ve … ...…
 
We discuss people that post a lot on their social media and act as social justice warriors and whether it makes sense if they do not do anything else about it. Is posting about it enough?
 
Listen Now Listen to the Cannabis Reporter Radio Show, Hosted by Snowden Bishop About This Episode Women have given birth to some of history’s most impactful movements, usually conceived during dark periods of oppression. Invariably, breaking with social norms is considered taboo before someone, often a woman, dares to stand up for what’s right ...…
 
“Social Justice For All,” with Guest Orion Brutoco, Executive Director and Founder of “The Social Justice Team,” and Musical Guest, Guitarist, Recording Artist, and Music Producer and Educator, Juan Carlos Quintero on The LIFE CHANGES ShowBy lifechangeswfilippo@mac.com (Filippo Voltaggio).
 
Join Gus and Sharon as they discuss his role at Silikamva High School, journey to faith and how the Collaboration Schools programme is going...
 
Victoria Anderson, Karen Diggs, Kate Sullivan, Jeremiah K. Drake, Jocardo Ralston, Marissa Jackson Sow, and Sumati Devadutt are the candidates running for the Mission & Social Justice commission at The Riverside Church in 2018. To find out more about Lay Leadership at Riverside visit www.trcnyc.org/LayLeadership. For more podcasts and Digital D ...…
 
(Recorded on 03-MAY-2018) Social Justice Bards Facebook: Random Encounters Group Page RavenCon Westworld (2016-2018) Verne Troyer, 'Mini-Me' in Austin Powers films, dies at 49 Avicii tributes pour in following Swedish DJ's death Bob Dorough, Writer and singer for 'Schoolhouse Rock' dies at 94 MoviePass restores its movie-per-day promise. Reddit ...…
 
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Elizabeth Ngami preaches for the Ascension, offering a reflection on Jesus' instruction to "Go into the whole world and proclaim the gospel to every creature."Elizabeth Ngami is Programmes Officer for Kenya Christian Professional Forum, where she works with church bodies representing Catholics, Evangelicals, Methodists, Presbyterians, and Angli ...…
 
On the Ground, which premiered on May Day, May 1, 2014, counters this trend by giving a voice to the voiceless. The weekly hour hosted by Esther Iverem covers social justice activism, with a special emphasis on sustainable living, the environment, economics, labor and the left edge of culture and media.…
 
Ashley Shannon said she didn't choose to attend Illinois State University. The school chose her.By jon@wglt.org (Jon Norton).
 
In this episode, Sharon interviews John Scheepers, founder of Isiphambano Centre for Biblical Justice about his life growing up as a white male in Cape Town and how he seeks to integrate his faith and the racial realities of our post-Apartheid city
 
We really have to remember to do these descriptions for y'all. Anyway, this week on Some Sort of Ministry, Sam and Adie talk to current Tyson House intern and social justice expert Clinton Ricks. Clinton discusses his childhood, what his job here looks like, and how the church can (and should) be involved in social justice activism. From there, ...…
 
Black Kids in Outer Space speaks with Malo Hutson. Hutson is an Associate Professor in Urban Planning and founder and director of the Urban Community and Health Equity Lab within the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University. He is also an Associate Member of the Earth Institute faculty at Columbia. Huts ...…
 
This is an episode of Behind the Pages - the podcast of the Journal on Education in Emergencies. Join us for these exciting and timely conversations with JEiE authors about their work on education in regions affected by crisis and conflict. JEiE is supported by the Education Above All Foundation.The 4Rs Framework: Analyzing Education’s Contribu ...…
 
„One thing I noticed, most of them do not have any goals or expectations from their lives when they are young“ - Yasmeen Fatimah founder of Foundation for Equal Citizenship I had the pleasure to speak with Yasmeen Fatimah founder of Foundation for Equal Citizenship while she was in a short stay in Dubai. I have worked with Yasmeen last year in ...…
 
Speaker(s): Professor Elizabeth Anderson, Omar Khan | Women and minority groups are significantly under-represented in politics and various other walks of life. 'Affirmative action' is one response in tackling this enduring issue. But what is it? Who is it for? And why does it generate so much controversy? We discuss these questions and explore ...…
 
In 2010, aspiring criminal defense attorney and longtime volunteer at Bay Area social justice non-profit Silicon Valley De-Bug Albert Cobarrubias was gunned down by a local gang member Michael Frausto in a tragic case of mistaken identity. To honor Albert’s legacy, De-Bug launched the Albert Cobarrubias Justice Project, dedicated to following h ...…
 
Today’s guest is Delise O’Meally, Executive Director, Institute For Sport & Social Justice (ISSJ). Delise is excited to introduce the inspiration and creation of this new podcast sponsored and produced by the ISSJ. Delise gives us a glimpse into her story of being a woman of color trying to climb the ladder of success as an athletic administrat ...…
 
On this week’s Electric Libertyland Brian McWilliams looks at the latest on the Iran Deal, the government’s “best month ever” for revenue, social justice warriors losing their minds over cultural appropriation, and America finally defunding the radical propagandist group “The White Hats.” He also may have something to say about Seattle’s propos ...…
 
Rabbi Ron Symons grew up a few train stops away from vibrant, multi-cultural Manhattan in New York City. He now shares his world view of accepting everyone as part of his leadership role at the Center for Loving Kindness and Civic Engagement, an initiative of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh. His journey has taken some eye-open ...…
 
The hottest podcast no one cares about, The TINASS WORLDWIDE Wrestling Report, is back! Join host Rod Zilla, along with Deener and Alamino Casino, as they take you on a journey through everything and anything. From Wrestling, to Politics, to Nachos, and World Cup action, #TWWR has you covered! Topic tonight include: All things WWE (unfortunatel ...…
 
Evangelical Rev. Mark Schaefer Foundry United Methodist Church May 6, 2018 2 Samuel 4:5–12; Matthew 11:2–6 2 Samuel 4:5–12 NRSV • Now the sons of Rimmon the Beerothite, Rechab and Baanah, set out, and about the heat of the day they came to the house of Ishbaal, while he was taking his noonday rest. They came inside the house as though to take w ...…
 
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