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The other side is dangerously wrong. They think you are too. But for democracy to work, we need to hear each other out. Times Columnists Michelle Goldberg and Ross Douthat, with other voices from Opinion and beyond, debate the big questions affecting our lives. Their candid debates help you form your own opinion of the latest news, and learn how the other half thinks. Find the best ways to persuade in the modern search for common ground.
 
Weekly messages from Common Ground Church Wynberg. We are one church, many congregations. Whatever your thoughts about God and church, you’re welcome here! We are passionate about God and our city which is why we meet all across Cape Town. We exist to spread the good news of Jesus wider into our city and deeper into our culture.
 
Weekly messages from Common Ground Church Green Point. We are one church, many congregations. Whatever your thoughts about God and church, you’re welcome here! We are passionate about God and our city which is why we meet all across Cape Town. We exist to spread the good news of Jesus wider into our city and deeper into our culture.
 
OUR COMMON GROUND with Janice Graham ALTERNATIVE ∞ ACTIVIST ∞ PROGRESSIVE ∞ EMPOWERMENT TALK RADIO “Speaking Truth to Power and Ourselves” XX//^\\XXXX//^\\XX “Transforming Truth to POWER, ONE Broadcast At A Time” XX//^\\XXXX//^\\XX OUR COMMON GROUND explores and examines history and culture, the socio-economic and political issues and conditions of Black people in America. Discussion with our community, “speaking Black truths” toward the best of our collective interests. We present the best ...
 
Jasen Lee and Amy Donaldson are speaking out and speaking up about the issues facing our community. We are engaging in conversations that seek to help us understand our differing views and opinions on complex social justice issues, and what possible common ground might guide us in our search for solutions.
 
An interactive podcast discussing the controversial, taboo, and divisive topics that you are not allowed to talk about at the dinner table. The goal is to help our listeners find common ground and humanity in these topics. We try to keep it light-hearted as these topics can be intense, but they do NOT have to be taboo anymore.
 
Regardless of religious or irreligious background, almost everyone will find something that is familiar and something that is foreign to them in our worship gatherings – this puts everybody on common ground. Since God’s Spirit is at work in the world, we engage with all kinds of music, stories, film, art, and culture within our services... www.venturamissionary.com
 
As women we are all unique, and yet we share common ground as we navigate the calm and the storms that life brings. Whether single, married, young or old, we desire this podcast to be a companion on your journey, a reminder of the Anchor available in every season of life. Through stories, teaching, interviews and panel discussions we hope to be a source of strength, encouragement and community.
 
Delve deep into the creative, songwriter mind while listening to The Verse Chorus hosted by Jason David Hiatt. During interviews with songwriters of all kinds, Hiatt reveals common ground that can unite all songwriters through devotion to their craft. All songwriters handle the creative process differently. Get a great peek into the minds of different songwriters and their unique philosophies. Expose yourself to new ideas that inspire you to push your songwriting craft to new limits.
 
We are women with very different views on life, love, and religion openly discussing various topics and finding common ground in life's chaos. Each episode will include interesting and entertaining topical discussion, Jodi' music of the week, and our Dish Bish segment that covers more personal topics near the end. While this podcast overall is not super explicit, content may be more adult in nature as we talk about topics like marriage, dating, relational intimacy, parenting, and (hence the ...
 
A podcast where a woman from the right and a woman from the left accessorize the news with a fresh perspective. Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers bring a nuanced perspective to discussions about politics and current events.
 
A Hip Hop format talk-show that discusses current events, provides Kulturally relevent Edutainment, and promotes Blakanomics geared to build and mobilize community/network of Nation Building. We will have guess speakers, allow listeners to call in and give thier point of view, and show-case talent with a conscious message. Althought we are unaplolgetically Black African, and push a agenda for Black empowerment and unity, we do not advocate hate or pander to a specific reigious philosophy. We ...
 
An almost-Zoomer and not-quite-Boomer bridge the generation gap. Jim was born in 1966, the first year of Generation X. Molly was born in 1996, the last year of the Millennials. Together they explore the inter-generational differences — and similarities — in how they think about current events and topics, and get to know each other better along the way. Join the conversation! Tweet us @zoomboompod. Email us: hello@zoomboompod.com. Web: www.ZoomBoomPod.com
 
Staff, teachers, administrators--not to mention parents, community members and politicians--are constantly making decisions about what is fair and best for students. At Common Ground our mission is to take this conversation to the voices most marginalized in the discussion: real students with real meaningful thoughts regarding equity in schools. Common Ground attempts to upend the traditional power structures by moderating conversations between students and staff in honest, open and respectf ...
 
With compelling research, beautiful storytelling and powerful interviews with extraordinary people from different industries and from all around the world, Bosnian writer and journalist Riada Asimovic Akyol presents a podcast about fresh narratives on confronting despair, alleviating distress, and forging ahead. While innovatively linking two powerful concepts - dignity and resilience - that matter to us all, she also aims to grow a global conversation that seeks to better acknowledge differ ...
 
In an age when saying the wrong thing in a Twitter post could leave you ghosted by onetime friends—or worse—we find our country torn apart at the political seams. But things don’t need to be this way. Constructive social discourse is not dead, it just needs a little resuscitation. From CurtCo Media. ​ Consider Meet Me in the Middle your political rehab. Each week, Ed Larson (Pulitzer Prize winning historian, author, and world-wide lecturer) invites guests from across the ideological spectrum ...
 
Suggested Donation is a podcast devoted to the arts in all forms. Hosted by two contemporary painters, Tony Curanaj and Edward Minoff, the conversations provide an insight into the creative mind. By speaking with both traditional and non-traditional artists and craftsmen, curators and restorers, we create a dialog through which we discover common ground across disciplines and spaces united by a love of and deep devotion to skill.
 
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"The RSVP: Invitations to Insurrection" Guests: Makani Themba, Chief Strategist, Higher Ground Change Strategies Dr. James L. Taylor, Dir., Political Science, USanFrancisco For years now, the domestic terrorists that breached, attacked, and mobbed the US government have been issued invitations from the highest levels of government, including a mob …
 
By the order of King Herod all the male babies, two and under, where to be put to death. This is a part of the Christmas story that often gets passed over. However, in a year of so much reflection on our own mortality and on humanities capacity for evil and death, we would do well as a church to reflect on the Dark Side of Christmas. As Jesus was t…
 
Significant pieces of the globe are literally not on the map: they're missing from the most widely used mapping platforms, like Google Street View, leaving communities neglected of vital services and humanitarian aid. In this globetrotting talk, photographer Tawanda Kanhema takes us along on his journey to map 3,000 miles of uncharted areas in Zimb…
 
Jim and Molly enlighten each other in this episode about the relatively new concept of "self care." Jim (the almost-Boomer) wonders if it's just a way to justify selfish behavior, and Molly (the not-quite-Zoomer) contemplates whether self-discipline is a form of self-care. Is this a new thing, or just a new name for a thing we've always done? Email…
 
Topics Discussed Our Inaugural Feelings Moment of Hope: Republicans and Biden Inauguration Fashion Reflecting on the Inauguration Outside of Politics Thank you for being a part of our community! We couldn't do what we do without you. To become a tangible supporter of the show, please visit our Patreon page, purchase a copy of our book, I Think You'…
 
For the final episode in “The 46th” series, Michelle and Ross commemorate the inauguration of the 46th president with a debate about America’s post-Trump future. Ross compliments the ceremony’s “vague Hunger Games vibe,” and Michelle exhales for the first time in four years. Then, the pair discuss the uphill task for President Biden and Vice Presid…
 
As the founder of a startup, Tracy Young often worried that employees and investors valued male CEOs more -- and that being a woman compromised her position as a leader. In this brave, personal talk, she gives an honest look at the constraints women face when trying to adapt to a male-dominated business culture -- and shares how she developed the c…
 
Democracy needs an update -- one that respects and engages citizens by involving them in everyday political decisions, says writer and researcher Max Rashbrooke. He outlines three global success stories that could help move democratic systems forward and protect society against the new challenges this century is already bringing.…
 
When global leaders think about which industries can fuel economic growth, the arts are often overlooked. But filmmaker Mehret Mandefro says the creative sector actually has the power to grow economies -- while also helping safeguard democracy. In this captivating talk, she shares a behind-the-scenes look at how she's putting culture back on the ec…
 
There are currently more armed forces in DC than in Iraq and Afghanistan combined. Smells like freedom. Meanwhile, we gotta talk about this abusive relationship we're in - and yes, that includes AOC and "the squad." It might sound unbelievable but a flick of the wrist (Biden's to be exact) could give everyone universal healthcare. PLUS taking on th…
 
We respond to your questions, such as: Are our brains changing with new technology? What are your life's timelines? What are some ways to avoid distractions? Should I teach myself or go to college? Do you plan to do a live show? Did you ever try to be a professional musician? Podcast mentioned: What Would My Shrink Say? at 44:06 https://podcasts.ap…
 
In this episode, Jason interviews songwriter/comedian Steve Goodie. Steve shares with us how to use comedy in songwriting, different approaches he takes with his writing process, and the discernment needed when using life's little events to inspire your comedy bits and/or song lyrics. Facebook Instagram @SteveGoodie Website More About Steve Goodie …
 
Episode Notes Look, we've been asking Jessica and Connor to guest host for years. They're some of our favorite people and we were delighted that they finally said yes. So now, in this final season, we brought them in to talk about a Stars Hollow Baby Shower, the Gilmore Girls plot that could have been, and why Buu's like a sticky hand toy. Find Jes…
 
Part of the state’s push to get COVID-19 vaccines out and into people’s arms involves trying to get more volunteers for the Delaware Medical Reserve Corps. Officials say both medical and nonmedical volunteers have a role to play with vaccine distribution. Delaware Public Media’s Nick Ciolino recently spoke with Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long - who is a…
 
The pandemic has upended how kids are learning as schools work in either hybrid or remote formats. And that has raised questions about the impact on their mental health. But the pandemic can also affect children’s physical health – especially this time of year when going outside to play may be less of an option. Contributor Larry Nagengast looks ho…
 
Award winning journalist and Magnolia resident Jennifer Antonik is taking a stab at writing for children. Her first effort - The Music Man: Our Rootin’, Tootin’ Hero - was released last month. She says the book is a biography of her late grandfather “Joe” Lear, Sr., following his path to a new passion as he founded the Milford Community Band 30 yea…
 
The future economy won't be built by people and factories, but by algorithms and artificial intelligence, says data scientist Mainak Mazumdar. But what happens when these algorithms get trained on biased data? Drawing on examples from Shanghai to New York City, Mazumdar shows how less-than-quality data leads to AI that makes wrong decisions and pre…
 
It's been a few months since our last episode, and we apologize. There's been some stuff going on in the world, but now we're back. Thank you for your patience! In this episode, Molly and Jim discuss the issues of trust across the generational divide... from the cyber world to real life; from locking down your email to locking your doors. Do you us…
 
It’s impeachment season all over again on “The Argument,” and Michelle and Ross debate whether Republicans will, at long last, turn their backs to President Trump, or confirm that their party is resolutely his. Will Mitch McConnell really consider delivering enough Republican votes to convict Trump? The duo discuss the events of the last week and a…
 
How do the world's best leaders and visionaries earn trust? They don't just present data -- they also tell great stories. Leadership consultant Karen Eber demystifies what makes for effective storytelling and explains how anyone can harness it to create empathy and inspire action.By Karen Eber
 
In this special bonus episode, Jane Coaston makes her hosting debut on “The Argument” to discuss one of her favorite subjects: Section 230. As scholar Jeff Kosseff defined it, the “26 words that created the internet” is part of the Communications Decency Act of 1996, and it protects websites from liability. The law also allows internet companies to…
 
Hello everyone! So, here we are, the first episode of "Dignified Resilience" podcast in 2021 is here and phew, has it not already been so eventful – surely for us who are based here in the USA. I hope you are all well wherever you listen from, and I wish you health, a new year of ease and peace. Elmira Bayrasli - my guest in this episode, is someon…
 
Amy Donaldson and Jasen Lee are joined by Neelam Chand, founder and CEO of Shift SLC — a diversity and inclusion consulting firm — to discuss the loss of momentum following the protests this summer to raise awareness about diversity and inclusion in the business world. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Why is it so hard to speak up and productively disagree at work? Leadership and organization coach Betsy Kauffman shows how to bring the candid conversations that usually happen at the watercooler out into the open with four practical strategies you can implement right now to have honest, transparent discussions with your colleagues.…
 
Humanity now has incredible power to shape nature and the Earth: the power to destroy and the power to repair, says sustainability champion and UNDP Administrator Achim Steiner. In this action-oriented talk, Steiner shows how this power is putting our own survival at risk -- and takes us on a global tour of individuals and societies that are choosi…
 
Instead of re-hashing everything that happened last week (bc for real, we need to stop that), we're shining a light on shit we need to actually focus on, and how falling into a tunnel vision trap like this will only leave us more vulnerable, more oppressed & way less prepared. For instance, domestic terrorism legislation is not your friend, and cli…
 
What if we could build a global waste disposal service for carbon? In this forward-thinking talk, carbon capture advisor Bas Sudmeijer proposes building CO2 networks: partnerships between cities around the world that would share the cost and geological resources needed to trap emissions deep in the earth -- and give us a shot at stalling climate ch…
 
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