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Rebranded from So-Called Oreos, Sufficiently Black is a show that explores what it means to be comfortable in your Blackness despite living in a world obsessed with stereotypes. Hosts Kia, Amari, and Janae deep-dive into Black womanhood, identity and culture through a critical lens as they navigate their way through adulthood.
 
The Data Skeptic Podcast features interviews and discussion of topics related to data science, statistics, machine learning, artificial intelligence and the like, all from the perspective of applying critical thinking and the scientific method to evaluate the veracity of claims and efficacy of approaches.
 
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Diet Science

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Diet Science

Dee and Michael McCaffrey

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Diet Science is a fun 7 to 8 minute weekly program with insights and straight scoops on today's health and diet issues from Dee McCaffrey, CDC. Dee is an Organic Chemist who lost 100 pounds, nearly half her body weight, and has kept it off for 20 years by staying away from processed foods. She's the author of The Science of Skinny, released by Perseus June 2012, and The Science of Skinny Cookbook, which was released December 2014.
 
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Does Not Compute

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Does Not Compute

Center for Information, Technology, & Public Life (CITAP)

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Technology—even when “sufficiently advanced”—isn’t magic. Algorithms aren’t spells cast by programmers. When we imbue tech with mystical powers, we lose sight of the human factors, from economics to culture, and politics, that shape how it’s actually designed and used. Does Not Compute is a podcast about technology, people, and power brought to you by the Center for Information, Technology, & Public Life (CITAP) at UNC-Chapel Hill. At CITAP, we study technology as it’s tangled up in our live ...
 
Tufts University and Shareable.net present Cities@Tufts, a free series exploring community innovations in urban planning. The live discussions are moderated by professor Julian Agyeman and the podcast is hosted by Shareable's Tom Llewellyn. The sessions will focus on topics such as Environmental justice vs White Supremacy in the 21st century; Sacred Civics: What would it mean to build seven generation cities; Organizing for Food Sovereignty; From Spatializing Culture to Social Justice and Pu ...
 
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It's getting cold so it only makes sense for Sufficiently Black to start off expressing their true feelings about the cold weather and holidays and how they plan to get through this winter. It's also the last season of Insecure and Kia, Janae and Amari reveal their strong opinions on the situation between Lawrence and Condola before the main topic …
 
In this week's lecture, Kian Goh speaks about her new book "Form and Flow: The Spatial Politics of Urban Resilience and Climate Justice" (MIT Press 2021). She examines the politics around climate change response strategies in three cities and the mobilization of grassroots activists to fight the perceived injustices and oversights of these plans. G…
 
Urban greening interventions can create a new set of inequalities for socially vulnerable residents while also failing to eliminate other environmental risks and impacts. In this presentation, Anguelovski and Connolly introduce their new book, "The Green City and Social Injustice," which examines the recent urban environmental trajectory of twenty-…
 
The collective racialized forces of over-policing (i.e., policy, planning, law enforcement/policing, and polity) Black physical mobility in the US has led to adverse social, political, economic, and health outcomes that are intergenerational and widespread. This presentation surgically examines the ways in which our approaches to research, planning…
 
The impact of hazard exposures such as stormwater runoff is rarely evenly felt across a community. Neighborhoods of color, particularly of low-wealth, will often face worse stormwater problems especially in the era of climate change with more frequent and intense stormwater runoff. In this Cities@Tufts open lecture, Dr. Marccus Hendricks will discu…
 
Sufficiently Black is joined by Celebrity Black Matchmaker & Dating Strategist, Jasmine Diaz! (Interview starts at 18:10). Diaz tells her fascinating story of starting a matchmaking business during a recession and answers all the questions you have for a matchmaker. Jasmine tells us what she looks for in terms of compatibility, the trouble she runs…
 
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a vitamin-like fat-soluble compound made within the body. It is a crucial component in the production of ATP (our body's main source of energy), and also serves as a powerful antioxidant. However, CoQ10 production in the body declines with age, and there are a number of circumstances that require higher amounts of CoQ10 than…
 
For decades, doctors have recommended daily baby aspirin use to reduce chances for blood clots. But new research shows that if you've never had a heart attack or stroke, taking an aspirin daily can do more harm than good. Listen in this week as Dee discusses the research and the alternative interventions that are clinically proven to work better th…
 
Following the Paris Agreement goals of limiting temperature increase to 2 degrees by 2050 through reduction and balancing of emissions, net zero has recently become a framing concept for global climate action. Different actors, including governments, businesses and civil society have started adopting net zero as a framing concept for climate action…
 
We've all heard of the "ride or die" trope but is finding a ride or die partner actually obtainable? Before Kia, Amari and Janae get into the main topic(starts at 24:50), they discuss their trauma of white people loving Black-dominated sports and their issues with one of their favorites... Adele. The hosts explain the difference of the "ride or die…
 
This presentation will discuss concrete examples of how planners can critically examine land use policy and public engagement tools to ensure inclusive decision-making and equitable outcomes. The talk will highlight case studies from Cambridge, MA, including the recently passed Affordable Housing Overlay and the City’s Community Engagement Team, as…
 
Oranges are known for their vitamin C content, which can ward off colds and viruses. Now, research shows eating oranges also provides the body with powerful compounds that stop metastasis of certain cancers, and prevent plaque build-up in arteries. Listen in this week as Dee discusses the research and why an orange a day can keep the doctor away!…
 
On September 10, CITAP hosted Daniel Greene to discuss his book The Promise of Access: Technology, Inequality, and the Political Economy of Hope in conversation with Tressie McMillan Cottom and Alice Marwick. They discuss how the problem of poverty became a problem of technology and the skills to use it, how philanthropic donations have changed how…
 
This presentation presents the idea of “The Commons” as a framework that could alter ways in which equitable practices landscape architecture and environmental planning, especially with Black communities. In addition to this audio, you can watch the video and read the full transcript of their conversation on Shareable.net, and while you’re there ge…
 
Have you noticed that there always seems to be a disconnect between African Americans and other people in the Diaspora? Why does it feel like being labeled "African American" is a bad thing? Sufficiently Black explores these questions with "daughter of Africa," Howard University Professor Dr. Amy Yeboah Quarkume. Dr. A explains the importance of la…
 
Sankeerth Rao Karingula, ML Researcher at Palo Alto Networks, joins us today to talk about his work “Boosted Embeddings for Time Series Forecasting.” Works Mentioned Boosted Embeddings for Time Series Forecasting by Sankeerth Rao Karingula, Nandini Ramanan, Rasool Tahmasbi, Mehrnaz Amjadi, Deokwoo Jung, Ricky Si, Charanraj Thimmisetty, Luisa Polani…
 
This talk will focus primarily on Pascale's new book (The $16 Taco) and her ongoing research on food and gentrification in San Diego and other cities. In addition to this audio, you can watch the video and read the full transcript of their conversation on Shareable.net, and while you’re there get caught up on past lectures. Cities@Tufts Lectures ex…
 
David Daly, Performance Engineer at MongoDB, joins us today to discuss "The Use of Change Point Detection to Identify Software Performance Regressions in a Continuous Integration System". Works Mentioned The Use of Change Point Detection to Identify Software Performance Regressions in a Continuous Integration System by David Daly, William Brown, He…
 
Interchangeably called garbanzo beans, chickpeas are a versatile bean with many powerful health benefits and uses in the diet. Listen in this week as Dee discusses the variety of nutrients in chickpeas as well as the many ways to incorporate them into your culinary repertoire. Link to purchase garbanzo beans: https://amzn.to/3k3pRqY…
 
Informal settlements, such as Rio de Janeiro's favelas, are not new and they’re not rare. Today, one in three people in cities lives in an informal settlement and 85 percent of all housing worldwide is built illegally. By 2050, nearly a third of humanity will live in urban informal settlements. How can we value informal settlements around the world…
 
We are officially back!! In the first episode since the rebrand, Kia, Amari and Janae give updates on their lives since the start of summer and explain how they have readapted to living in white spaces because of covid. The hosts discuss all the factors that make someone Black, why struggling does not have to be part of the Black experience and why…
 
Oats are known for their high content of a cholesterol lowering fiber called beta-glucan. But, oats also contain antioxidants in the outer bran layer with many promising health benefits. Listen in this week as Dee discusses these special antioxidants and the various forms of oats to include in your healthy diet! Link to oat bran muffin recipe: http…
 
Oreo gang we promise this is the final playback episode before the official rebrand to Sufficiently Black on September 21st! Until then, we are visiting one of our favorite episode where we sat down with Mecca Woods, a professionally trained astrologer, author, host and podcaster to talk all things astrology! Mecca gives us all the details on the t…
 
Oreo gang.....We're excited to announce the launch of Sufficiently Black premiering on September 21st! Rebranded from So-Called Oreos, Sufficiently Black is a show that explores what it means to be comfortable in your Blackness despite living in a world obsessed with stereotypes. Hosts Kia, Amari, and Janae will deep-dive into Black womanhood, iden…
 
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