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Sufficiently Black

Sufficiently Black

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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.
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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 ...
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Dateline December 30 2023. The spinoff is now the main event. Welcome to Where's That Sound Coming From Presents: Questions But No Answers! Yes, WTSCF has become what might be the only podcast centered on the musical career of a person whom I consider to be one of the most creative, if underrated and misunderstood, musical minds of the mid-late 20th Century: the late, great Michael Nesmith. I made a list of 75 songs he recorded between 1965-2016 which I feel support my opinion (mostly origin ...
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Igniting Hope for Health Equity

Buffalo Center for Health Equity

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Exposing the social norms, policies and systems that contribute to health inequities in Black America. Our mission is to report the facts and offer solutions to eliminate race-based disparities and achieve health equity. The conversation is led by Pastor George F Nicholas the Senior pastor of Lincoln Memorial United Methodist Church and Chairman of the Buffalo Center for Health Equity.
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Providence Journal sportswriter Bill Koch breaks down former URI and current UCONN men's basketball coach Dan Hurley's decision to remain in the college game and turn down a reported $70 million offer to become head coach of the NBA's LA Lakers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Cumulus Providence
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RI Philharmonic Executive Director David Beauchesne joins the show to offer his advocacy for significant increases in the allocation of dollars for arts organizations in Rhode Island's forthcoming budget. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Cumulus Providence
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A song described as “A Breezy Little Pop Tune” by its author, Michael Nesmith, “The Girl I Knew Somewhere” was too poppy for Jon Herald, too sloppy for Don Kirshner, but just exactly perfect to be the world’s first taste of The Monkees performing as a real band when it was released on March 8, 1967, as the B-side to “A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit Y…
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Housing Secretary Stefan Pryor joins the show to discuss any plans related to the removal of two Providence homeless encampments and the status of the delayed opening of Echo Village, a tiny house community of Pallet Shelters intended to provide temporary housing for the unhoused. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Where is Mary going to? Is she safe from the persistent creepo who won't leave her alone? Is this the same Mary as in "Walkin' the Dog"? Was Michael Blessing much more of a manufactured image than Monkee Mike? Is Bloomfield's guitar solo the best part of the Butterfield version? Why isn't Micky ready? How great of a live band were The Monkees on th…
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Providence Streets Coalition's Liza Burkin joins the show to discuss a proposal to remove the bike lane from South Water Street in Providence as part of traffic flow management related to the Washington Bridge situation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Cumulus Providence
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Bill Kitsilis, Executive Committee, RI Hospitality Association, joins the show to discuss his organization's efforts to assist and advocate for businesses that have been impacted by the Washington Bridge saga. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Cumulus Providence
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Q: What happens when the most stubbornly independent Monkee is forced by a man he dislikes to do something he dislikes, such as co-write a song with strangers who happen to be one of the most successful songwriting teams of the century? A: We get a great song with a lot of versions to hear and discuss. What we don't get is a lot of facts, so this e…
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Ep. 32 Pastor George Nicholas and Dr. Henry Taylor discuss their plan to transform Buffalo's Black east side. This episode explores the concept of a neighborly community built on principles of solidarity, community governance, shared ownership, cooperative economics, and community wealth. We must own and control the land on which we are building ou…
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"Papa Gene's Blues" is one of Michael Nesmith's most endearing and enduring songs. I didn't set out to make this a 90 minute episode, but it's an important song with a lot of history; plus I had two guests and they were both full of so much insight. Firstly there's Lynda Wiles of Cornwall (UK), a Nezhead since the BBC debuted the Monkees television…
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