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Counter-Racist Evolving Engineer (CREE)
 
For all persons who wish to evolve the will AND/OR ability to eradicate the SYSTEM of racism (Anti-Blackness).
 
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Eat the Rich
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A podcast about income inequality and the political and cultural standards that directly benefit America's wealthiest, most powerful, and most edible. Society and culture with a humor bent.Topics include: racism, sexism, ableism, xenophobia, pop culture, resisting the new administration, socialism, democratic socialism, communism, anarchy, capitalism, patriarchy, feminism, progressive thinking, prison system, criminal justice system, income inequality, economics, science, news, activism, pro ...
 
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Steppin' Out of Babylon: Radio Interviews
 
Radio Interviews by Sue Supriano. Featured issues: peak oil, climate change, 9/11, media, indigenous people, fraudulent elections, oil, environmental pollution and toxicity, chem trails/aerosol sprays, human rights, civil rights, racism, militarism, weapons, immigrants, genetic engineering, Buddhism, resource depletion, health, communication. "Babylon" is the "isms" and "schisms" not only within the system but within ourselves. Let's organize, unify and step out of Babylon.
 
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Greater Than
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Greater than is a storytelling platform. We tell stories about people and organizations that overcome, that keep on despite the desolation they've seen or been through. And we ask ourselves, how can we use these stories to tackle systems of injustice, inequality, racism, poverty, and shift narratives? Hosted by Dhanya Addanki and Jenn Junod, this show curates spaces for uncomfortable but necessary conversations about vulnerable issues. It's designed for an audience who isn't afraid to be fru ...
 
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Skin DEEP Theology
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This season we'll talk with wardens, politicians, City leaders, The Nay sayer's, Mayor's, and most importantly YOU...and talk about things not anyone wants to talk about - Recidivism, Racism, Juvenile Justice and the corruption of the Justice system, Black LIVES matter?? of course but so do all other lives... that is just a few of the topics.....See, We scream for change but fail to admit change is necessary....Before Change can occur we must first acknowledge that change is needed. People s ...
 
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In This Week’s Show, episode 166, we swallow FEMA’s raw survival beer in the Oregon post-apocalyptic wilderness. Now, grab a beer and help us test the god hypothesis — because, while Despoena des-PO-uh-na (Greek goddess of fertility, purification and fruit trees) hasn’t struck us down yet, we are trying her patience! Shea’s Life Lesson This wee ...…
 
In the late 1960s, Seattle city leaders were anxious to avoid the race riots breaking out in cities across the country, from Los Angeles to Detroit. Rather than focusing on the systemic racism at the heart of such urban uprisings, the city tried to tamp down rumors it imagined were the cause of the violence.…
 
In this episode you will hear parts of my conversation with Vesia Wilson-Hawkins, a local education blogger who used to work for Metro Nashville Public Schools. Vesia’s blog is titled, “Volume and Light,” and tagline is, “speaking out for better Nashville Schools”. It is obvious that Vesia cares deeply about supporting families navigating the e ...…
 
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Chaos Computer Club - recent events feed (low quality)
 
My talk explores the interconnected nature of war and culture. It does so through the context of technology and political discourse in contemporary art. With a view from the battle fields of the Middle East, both real and imagined, I attempt to dissect how the political discourse of academia and the art world trickles down to everyday discussio ...…
 
More than 94,000 New Jersey residents with criminal convictions are not allowed to vote. Civil rights groups are pushing for that to change. Blacks make up about 15 percent of New Jersey's population but represent about half of those who cannot vote because of a criminal conviction. Senator Ron Rice says that disproportionately reduces the poli ...…
 
French President Emmanuel Macron delivered a bleak assessment on the global fight against climate change to dozens of world leaders and company executives on Tuesday, telling them: “We are losing the battle." Macron is seeking to breathe new life into a collective effort that was weakened this summer when President Donald Trump said he was pull ...…
 
In association with UC San Francisco’s Preterm Birth Initiative (PTBi) Racism affects all aspects of health. For women, mothers, children and babies, the devastating effects of racism can create vastly unequal starts to life. What can be done to create stronger systems for equity, beginning at birth? Join Lateefah Simon, president of the Akonad ...…
 
In 1975, a payroll clerk at the US Environmental Protection Agency named Paulette Barnes sued the agency when she was fired for refusing a boss’s advances. A year later, a former US Justice Department employee named Diane Williams filed a claim against her ex-employers for the same reason. They won their cases, paving the way for the Supreme Co ...…
 
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Bartender Journey - Cocktails. Spirits. Bartending Culture. Libations for your Ears.
 
It’s the Bartender Journey Podcast #235. Listen with the audio player on this page, or subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Android or Stitcher Radio. Bar Institute was in NY last week. Lush Life is the organization that puts this on and they do an amazing job. They also produce Camp Runamuck and Cane Camp. Bar Institute is classes, parties, tastings, ...…
 
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First Congregational Church, Bellevue
 
Pastor Lisa Horst Clark October 29, 2017 John 8: 31-36 Then Jesus said to the Jews who had believed in him, “If you continue in my word, you are truly my disciples; 32 and you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.” 33 They answered him, “We are descendants of Abraham and have never been slaves to anyone. What do you mean by say ...…
 
The strange loop phenomenon occurs whenever by moving upwards or downwards through the levels of some hierarchical system, we unexpectedly find ourselves right back where we started. Godel Escher Bach is one of the most complex books Neil and I have ever read. It will have you thinking about minds, intelligence, AI, and reality in an entirely n ...…
 
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Sojourn Network Podcast
 
Transcript: Not counting our Jerusalem, 1800 deaf individuals. If we were ever going to replicate this we need people that know what they're doing because we've got to plant and plant and plant and train how they plant. I didn't expect it to be well-owned like we were [inaudible 00:00:51]. I mean just honest. We're an oddball. We're a red marbl ...…
 
Moderator: Rev. Dr. Diane Johnson, PhD Creating the new economy requires us to realign what we pay attention to, how we engage, tests are assumptions of where power sits and challenges us to why we do this work. This highly engaging session will offer us the opportunity to be in dialogue with two leaders at the forefront of reconceptualizing ou ...…
 
In the first segment, Jenn and Daren talk about emerging news around the medical issues that are associated with football, especially as it relates to CTE.In the second segment, they discuss all of the problematic aspects of professional football that are damaging to Black folx and question how anyone can be for Black lives while also supportin ...…
 
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In this episode of Aussie English, I talk with Jason and Adriana about gay marriage in Australia and the recent plebiscite. Subscribe to the podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS Download the PDF + MP3 AE 355 – Interview: 3 Aussies Talk About Gay Marriage In Australia Alright, guys. Welcome to this episode of Aussie English. I’m a little out of breat ...…
 
We did it, we solved racism, just a couple of white guys chatting over a mic. Joking, obviously, the world is still corrupt and evil, but now, you’ve got our sweet syrupy voices to get you through the week. This week we are discussing To Killing a Mockingbird and Get Out, and how the film industry evolved in its discussion of race and represent ...…
 
This is the David James Harris Jr. show I was first introduced to Romero peña from my good friend Lance wall now he shared with me that Ramiro had access to the White House that he was an incredible man of God serving God’s people all over the world. And he also fell in love with our uncork products. It was a privilege to sit and chat. With Pas ...…
 
Miguel and Jack discuss Malcolm X. In the process, behaviors by those in positions of privilege are examined. The point of view of those on the outside is considered. Civil rights, racism and systemic injustices are compared with Mormon hierarchy and priesthood privilege. In the end, we realize we are all human, and all of us just want an equal ...…
 
Clint Smith is a writer, teacher, and doctoral candidate in Education at Harvard University with a concentration in Culture, Institutions, and Society. He is a recipient of the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship with research interests that include mass incarceration, the sociology of racism, and the history of U.S. ineq ...…
 
Erica is super bright, knowledgeable, and passionate about social justice, yogic activism building a business for good. She has the unique combination of being both ambitious and soulful, New Yorker meets woo woo. This episode will light you up about how YOU can make changes, face challenges, and be more intentional about how you live your life ...…
 
Shaka Senghor spent 19 years in jail — 7 of those in solitary confinement — after pleading guilty to second-degree murder. It gave him time to think extensively about the nature of prison system itself and why so many African-American men are incarcerated. He also found that it doubly failed him once he left prison. The world had changed enormo ...…
 
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Pebbles of Hope “Bridging the Gap” Podcast
 
Pebbles of Hope speaks with Dr. Mobolaji Famuyide, Medical Director of the NICU at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, in today’s episode of the Bridging the Gap podcast Pebbles of Hope releases today the third episode of its podcast series, Bridging the Gap, in which we explore the health disparities that affect NICU families. In thi ...…
 
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Quest Monthly Magazine
 
Who are the most vulnerable people you know—both individually and because they hold identities which are marginalized and dismissed by powers and principalities? In the current state of world affairs, the number of communities which are vulnerable to mistreatment and disrespect—if not violence and oppression—seems to grow daily. I’m not even go ...…
 
Many people of color spoke up at a recent Multnomah County board of commissioners meeting when the board took up a workforce equity resolution. They shared stories of overt as well as more subtle forms of racism they’ve experienced as county employees and how they felt their complaints about discrimination were ignored. Multnomah County COO Mar ...…
 
Becoming Ms. Burton (New Press) Becoming Ms. Burton is one woman's remarkable odyssey from tragedy to prison to recovery--and recognition as a leading figure in the national justice reform movement Susan Burton's world changed in an instant when her five-year-old son was killed by a van driving down their street. Consumed by grief and without a ...…
 
Becoming Ms. Burton (New Press) Becoming Ms. Burton is one woman's remarkable odyssey from tragedy to prison to recovery--and recognition as a leading figure in the national justice reform movement Susan Burton's world changed in an instant when her five-year-old son was killed by a van driving down their street. Consumed by grief and without a ...…
 
In this episode, the LiT crew share beers in Texas' oldest continuously running bar, Scholz Garten. We discuss the biggest revelations from Tribune Fest like Ted Cruz' decision to not support the Obamacare repeal (for all the wrong reasons), a possible Gubernatorial candidate, why we like Speaker Straus (and you should too), plus the absurdity ...…
 
In this episode, the LiT crew share beers in Texas' oldest continuously running bar, Scholz Garten. We discuss the biggest revelations from Tribune Fest like Ted Cruz' decision to not support the Obamacare repeal (for all the wrong reasons), a possible Gubernatorial candidate, why we like Speaker Straus (and you should too), plus the absurdity ...…
 
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Drowning in White Tears
 
Today we talk about white privilege, "reverse racism", and the inherent and systemic racism in all aspects of our current culture.
 
In light of Charlottesville and the racial divide in our country, we look at how the sin of racism is both personal and systemic. We also discuss the need to move from belief to action.
 
Most people fail to recognize that racism is systematic, not just a string of individual racist acts. The only way to advance the fight against the evil of racism is to save both people and systems.
 
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