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ALL INCLUSIVE is a podcast focused on inclusion, innovation, and social justice. Join Jay Ruderman as he interviews leaders and experts on the latest news, technology and advocacy for social justice. In order to make progress that will lead to an innovative future, honest discussions must be held. That is what ALL INCLUSIVE is all about. All Inclusive is a production of the Ruderman Family Foundation.
 
The Inclusion Works podcast explores the secrets of building inclusive culture at work and in the community. We’ll be joined by leaders, experts and activists all working to bring fresh thinking to the inclusion debate. We’ll be asking those all-important questions to find out more about them, their work and how they make inclusion work. If you’re interested in driving change, accelerating diversity or simply finding ways to be more inclusive every day, then join us for Inclusion Works. Beca ...
 
On this podcast, we share diverse perspectives from leaders in their industry, and we get to hear what diversity means to them, why businesses should be focused on diversity and inclusion initiatives, and why D&I is not only the right thing to do, going beyond the checkbox is absolutely imperative to the growth of your company. Hosted by Jackie Ferguson, Certified Diversity Executive and Head of Content & Programming at The Diversity Movement. For more DEI content, head over to TheDiversityM ...
 
Produced in collaboration by Massey University and The Spinoff, Conversations that Count – Ngā Kōrero Whai Take offers thought-provoking perspectives on the issues shaping Aotearoa and te aō whānui. Join host Stacey Morrison as she speaks with academics, industry and activist leaders, turning a unique lens on the conversations we're already having and the ones which we need to have. New episodes released monthly.
 
Purpose is the buzzword of the moment, with socially conscious consumers, activist employees, and impact investors fueling the cultural revolution around business as a force for good. But what is Purpose? How do companies and brands discover and articulate it? How can older companies reverse-engineer it into their DNA in an authentic and meaningful way? In their new podcast series, Good Is The New Cool: The Field Recordings, Bobby Jones and Afdhel Aziz meet the men and women on the purpose r ...
 
Fifty Feminist States is a roadtripping, storytelling podcast visiting all fifty US states to interview feminist activists and artists about their work for gender justice. This podcast is intersectional and trans-inclusive. It's hosted and produced by Amelia Hruby, PhD.
 
The Gender at Work Podcast is a bi-monthly podcast series, featuring diverse voices from Gender at Work’s international network of feminist scholars, activists, and community-led development practitioners. In our informal conversations, we discuss merging ideas, issues and trends in Gender and Development 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 ...
 
Inclusive Life is for anyone who is interested in transforming their lives to be more inclusive, equitable and just. Join Nicole Lee, human rights attorney, activist, mom and founder of Inclusive Life for conversations with expert and badass guests. In these messy conversations, we will explore the ways in which we can live more inclusive lives in every aspect of who we are, with every role each of us plays. We will bring our most authentic selves to this work, link arms, and together move i ...
 
Our goal is to provide timely multi-media news reporting that highlights U.N. activity in the area of Human Rights as they relate to Catholic Social Teaching. The mainstream media doesn't always give the complete story. Using the technology of the Internet we bring you the "Good" stories in their entirety.
 
Decolonize Eating Disorders is an action-based forum addressing eating disorder diagnosis, treatment, and recovery from a culturally-appropriate and inclusive philosophy based on the Indigenous Food Sovereignty movement. [] ⁣⁣In this podcast we discuss various topics including: decolonizing sexuality and body image, decolonizing land, decolonizing food systems as eating disorder recovery. Join us for juicy guest who are community activist, artists, researchers, academics, and just plain ole' ...
 
Join Dianne and Alicia as we talk about Politics, Feminism, Race, Culture and Motherhood at the intersection of mindfulness and yoga. It is not about me it's about us is aimed at challenging the way we think and how our practices of truth, self-study and connection changes the world Dianne Bondy is a celebrated yoga teacher, social justice activist and leading voice of the Yoga For All movement. Her inclusive view of yoga asana and philosophy inspires and empowers thousands of followers arou ...
 
Where you can leave the code switching at the office and keep it 100 as a young professional of color. If that's up your alley, you desperately need a Comp Day. From representation in the workplace, breaking into new industries, and micro-aggressions from coworkers- we lay it all on the table. Clock in with Dre and our colorful cast of guests to hear more. Artist: Aminah Dantzler Instagram: @aminahshair See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A smart and engaging podcast series showcasing the fascinating career stories of Australian women from diverse fields and backgrounds, and their journey of facing and embracing change. We’re all about women making brave choices to tread their own paths, live adventurous lives and make a positive difference in the world. If you're on the cusp of a new chapter yourself, we hope you hear something in these conversations that inspires your next move. What She Did Next is produced and hosted by J ...
 
April Kae knows what it’s like to feel stuck as a creative. For years, she worked jobs from Wall Street to Public Radio. But on the two-year anniversary of landing her “dream job,” she realized she wasn’t dreaming big enough. So, she quit to pursue creativity full-time. Since then, April has built a six-figure freelance creative business, cultivating careers in music, modeling, and social media. And now, she’s here to help you get unstuck and live your creative dreams, too. On "I See What Yo ...
 
Former Governor of Massachusetts Deval Patrick will launch a new podcast series on what it means be American in 2020 and beyond. In the weeks before the Election, where not just the character of the candidates or the parties but of the country itself is on the ballot, Patrick will step back from politics to explore today’s national character in conversation with a diverse set of artists, actors, political activists, thought leaders and everyday strivers.”In these are discordant and divisive ...
 
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With over 73 Oscar Nominations (and 18 wins) Participant Media is not only behind some of the most iconic movies of our time like Spotlight, An Inconvenient Truth and more, it also wants to create entertainment that inspires and compels social change. Chief Impact Officer Holly Gordon shares their process of choosing content that combines the power…
 
You may know Precious Brady-Davis as the first transgender woman who appeared on Say Yes to the Dress. You may have heard that Precious and her husband Myles, who's also transgender, gave birth to a now 19 month old daughter. Today, Precious gives us the inside scoop on her experiences growing up in rural Nebraska, her courage to transition, and be…
 
Kim Culmone, SVP Design at Mattel, and her team have led a remarkable transformation of the Barbie brand to become more inclusive and relevant to a new generation of children by creating the most diverse doll on the planet - a feat which landed her work on the cover of Time magazine and returned the doll to billion-dollar sales again. In this episo…
 
The Diversity Movement's Jackie Ferguson and Bob Batchelor discuss controversy and racism at the Olympics, touching on Sha'Carri Richardson, the ban on Afro swim caps, and Allyson Felix versus Nike. Full episode video LIVE at the Earfluence studio in downtown Raleigh Diversity Beyond the Checkbox is brought to you by The Diversity Movement, hosted …
 
Bullying is a widespread and serious problem that has become amplified over the last decade with the growth of digital technology. After Jane Clementi’s son, Tyler, ended his life due to a cruel cyberbullying incident, Jane and her husband established the Tyler Clementi Foundation to prevent bullying online and offline through education and inclusi…
 
Call of Duty is one of the world’s biggest video game franchises, with over 100 million players around the world. But a little-known fact is that the Call of Duty Endowment supports veterans to help ensure they have access to high-quality employment when they return home. Dan Goldenberg, the endowment’s executive director at Activision, the parent …
 
Jen O'Ryan was in tech for 20 years, but she started to realize that she wanted to do something to give back to the community. She wanted to help companies move from really good intentions and really good ideas - and having no idea where to start - to actual results. So like so many in diversity and inclusion work, she became an accidental expert. …
 
– Dealing with the ways we use religion to defend ourselves against our experiences of pain or loss. How can we let go of those defenses to come in closer contact with life’s realities and life’s sources of grace and healing?By First Unitarian Church of Dallas - Rev. Dr. Rebecca Parker
 
No matter how much of it we have, how we make it or how we feel about its role in our lives and societies, few topics have such universal relevance in the modern world as money. In this episode, Stacey Morrison is joined by Dr Pushpa Wood and Kendall Flutey as we seek to find out how deep our collective knowledge of our financial system actually go…
 
In this week’s episode, we speak to Ripa Rashid, Managing Director and Head of Inclusion and Diversity at the investment bank Cowen. Ripa is a well-known figure in the DEI world and has been a part of it even before inclusion was a standard word in the vocabulary. Ripa shares how she uses the head, heart, and hand mechanism to understand how human …
 
Sumaira “Sam” Latif, Procter & Gamble’s company accessibility leader in the UK, helps create innovative breakthroughs to make P&G’s products more accessible to more than 1 billion people living with disabilities. Sam’s passion for this work comes from personal experience - she is blind herself - and we learn more about her journey and the innovativ…
 
Brent Suter is best known as “The Raptor”, a successful baseball pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers. When he isn’t pitching or doing celebrity impressions for his teammates, Brent has his hands full trying to make baseball a more environmentally sustainable sport. Driven by his concern for a deteriorating climate, he founded Sidelining Carbon, which…
 
Growing up in a multi-cultural household and having diverse experiences shape her life, Ashley Sharp was shocked to find that artwork wasn't very diverse and was made pretty much for the elite - and that didn't sit well with her. Now as executive director of Dwell with Dignity, Ashley is trying to end poverty and homelessness through design. Ashley…
 
– How to say ‘yes’ to America in all its complexity. What is the spiritual response to hope for our country? POSTLUDE: on Batiste playing the "Star Spangled Banner/Lift Every Voice and Sing" on NPR music Live Sessions hosted by WXPNBy First Unitarian Church of Dallas - Revrand Dr. Daniel Kanter
 
In this week’s episode, we speak to Sandy Cross, Chief People Officer at The PGA of America. Sandy speaks to us about the history of The PGA of America and how they’re taking ownership to create a more inclusive environment. She also tells us how they’re looking at the operations of the business through the inclusion lens as well as celebrating mic…
 
"It's time to reboot capitalism. And Purpose is the source code." Welcome to Good Is The New Cool: The Field recordings. In this opening episode, co-founders Bobby Jones and Afdhel Aziz discuss the extraordinary events and stories that inspired their new book The Principles Of Purpose. Drawing on their research of some of the most successful purpos…
 
Jackie Ferguson hosted a live episode of Diversity Beyond the Checkbox on Fishbowl Live, and it was all about how bias in recruiting can start even before your interview process, plus strategies to recruit and retain diverse top talent from recruiting experts Bree Sarlati, CEO of Peak Performers, and Lauren McDonald, CEO of Intuition Co-Op. Fishbow…
 
On the eve of the Generation Equality Forum (GEF) in Paris, Aruna Rao and Joanne Sandler – veterans of the 1995 Beijing conference – have an intergenerational talk with three young activists: Priya Kvam and Amani Jui from Breakthrough US and Natalia Escruceria Price, an independent consultant formerly with JASS. Our exchange with these young activi…
 
In this week's episode, we speak to Patrick Colvin, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer for the Americas at Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking. Patrick shares his insights on the positives of ERGs and what to watch out for, including providing proper governance to stop ERGs from becoming Siloed. As well as touching on the importance …
 
"I started as a 25-year-old intern, with no experience, in a sea of people with film degrees." This week we're joined by Jazzmyne Robbins, diversity and inclusion consultant at Buzzfeed and an all-around icon. If you've been online anytime in the past five years, you've definitely seen her and her work. In this episode, Jazzmyne recounts her story …
 
Karyn Twaronite is responsible for maximizing the diversity of Ernst & Young professionals across the globe by enhancing their inclusive culture. Today she talks about how her DEI career got started (and how it almost didn't), her experiences of being the only one in the room, and how she thinks about DEI culture from a global perspective. Karyn on…
 
On December 14th, 2012, Adam Lanza entered Sandy Hook’s elementary school and shot and killed 26 children and staff members. This devastating event led Nicole Hockley, whose son died in the shooting, to establish the Sandy Hook Promise: an organization dedicated to preventing the next school shooting. Photo Credit: Ian Brown. See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
In this episode, 2021 Fifty Feminist States Podcast Fellow Mary L. Chang discusses how to get started in recognizing and understanding your authentic self. She encourages all listeners to take the time to be honest with themselves about the things in their world that are no longer in alignment with the person they are today. Mary shares important r…
 
Season 4 is almost here, but we wanted to give you some highlights from season 3 of Diversity Beyond the Checkbox! In this episode, you'll hear from the following episodes: Eliminating Multicultural Marketing, with Nichelle Pace How to be a better leader in a diverse workplace, with Dr Steve Yacovelli, “The Gay Leadership Dude” It’s OK to be Not OK…
 
Season 4 is almost here, but we wanted to give you some highlights from season 2 of Diversity Beyond the Checkbox! In this episode, you'll hear from the following episodes: Ask a Baby Boomer (Anson Dorrance) / Ask a Millennial (Candace Cooper) Entrepreneur Gabi Angelini on Gabi’s Grounds, Life with Down Syndrome, and Inspiring So Many Unconscious B…
 
In this week's episode, we speak to Franklin Reed, Executive Director of Inclusion and Diversity at TEKsystems. Franklin talks to us about inclusion in the tech industry and the barriers to attracting and hiring talent. He shares his advice on how we need to reimagine the hiring process to match the innovation and drive of the tech industry. Frankl…
 
Host Stacey Morrison is joined by Dr Libby Liggins (senior lecturer in ecology, Massey University) and Kera Sherwood O'Regan for a kōrero around climate change. Together they discuss how climate change is affecting our oceans, and how better incorporating local and indigenous perspectives can help us to mitigate its impacts today, tomorrow and deep…
 
"For 30 days, suspend disbelief that what you want is impossible and just see what happens." Are your dreams unattainable, or are you just underestimating yourself? This week we're speaking with Tourmaline, a filmmaker based in New York City, to talk about Freedom Dreaming and why you should start doing it. Tourmaline's work is featured in TIME 100…
 
Todays podcasts is a rebroadcast podcast of an interview done with Eddie Webb with their New Media Lab Experience at Mesa Community College. In this podcast we learn about the work happening in Fall 21 with a series of virtual workshops on how to implement more indigenous practices in the spaces and places we work! PC to Host Indigeneity Workshops …
 
In August of 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia, the “Unite the Right” rally took place, bringing together large groups of white supremacists - from neo-nazis to Klansman. A group called Integrity First for America was born to make justice and fight white supremacy at court. Amy Spitalnick, Executive Director of Integrity First, and famed attorney R…
 
Introducing Good Is The New Cool: The Field Recordings, where co-founders Bobby Jones and Afdhel Aziz take you on a journey to meet the men and women at the frontlines of the purpose revolution, who believe in business as a force for good. From leading entrepreneurs and world-renowned leaders to game-changing designers and award-winning marketers, …
 
In this episode, we speak to René Carayol MBE, a leading executive coach, author, public speaker, and broadcaster. René shares the importance of storytelling in understanding the lived experiences of others, sharing some of the stories that helped shape his path. As well as sharing how DEI leaders should focus on emotive stories to influence and pe…
 
Introducing Winning with Diversity on Apple Podcasts | Spotify How can you build a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture from the ground up? The Diversity Movement's Head of Content Jackie Ferguson discusses hiring practices, resume review, and when culture veers in the wrong direction. JOIN THE DEI FOR STARTUPS WEBINAR, Thursday June 3rd at 12…
 
Highlights from our third season of conversations with some truly inspiring women. This episode will get you across the kind of stories we share... and if you like what you hear, you can scroll back through the feed to find the full episodes. As regular listeners will know, the conversations we feature are with women from a whole range of backgroun…
 
In this episode, we speak to Jiquanda Nelson, Senior Director of Global Community and Culture at Concentrix. Jiquanda describes herself as a ‘corporate activist’ and shares the ways she is being intentional about the change she makes, including expanding the language of DEI to represent everyone and building a development program focused on underre…
 
"My work lives online. So with my art I'm thinking in terms of legacy." This week, we are diving into what it means to reclaim and decolonize the creative process. Joining us is Kimmortal, a musician and illustrator who was nominated in the 2020 "Hip Hop and Rap" category of Breakout West Music Awards. Kimmortal shares insights on power dynamics in…
 
Brandon Farbstein was born with a very rare form of dwarfism, and as a high-school student was a victim of vicious bullying. Today, at 21, Brandon is an internationally acclaimed motivational speaker, author, and Generation Z activist. Photo Credit: Andrew Kroll See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In todays podcast we take a deep dive into the ideas that make me a me and you a you! We cannot understand anything without understanding ourself first! We look at the need for an accurate self concept – we have to own really who we are right now and stop pretending to be what we are not putting effort into being or becoming. We look at the need fo…
 
In this episode, Amelia speaks with Fifty Feminist States podcast fellow Angie Yglesias! Amelia & Angie talk about Angie’s activist experience, why diversity & representation are so important in storytelling, and accessibility and empowerment through media. The interview segment in this episode was produced by Angie Yglesias. Be sure to tune in to …
 
John Mays, Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at KFC US, shares with us KFC’s leadership values of smart, courage and his take on why the best inclusive leaders are coaches and truth-tellers. John explains that we need to move away from ‘what not to say’ in DEI to authentic, heart-led conversations, and how to create the safety that makes …
 
In this episode, Amelia speaks with Fifty Feminist States podcast fellow L’Oreal Thompson Payton! Amelia & L’Oreal talk about L’Oreal’s book project on “trusting your dopeness,” her background as a freelance writer, how she deals with imposter syndrome, and their favorite Beyonce songs. The interview segment in this episode was produced by L’Oreal …
 
In this episode, Amelia speaks with Fifty Feminist States podcast fellow Mary L. Chang! Amelia & Mary talk about how Mary got into music writing, common misconceptions about Mary and her work, the importance of empathy amidst diversity, and a few of Mary’s heroes. The interview segment in this episode was produced by Mary L. Chang. Be sure to tune …
 
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