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From homeless, high school drop out to Entrepreneur, C.E.O. and Ph.D.! Hear first hand how Eric was able to defy the odds, and single-handedly break the negative generational cycles that plagued his family for decades. Join the conversation with ET and co-host Carlas Quinney Jr. and learn how you too can create the life you deserve.
 
The Shelter is a podcast based out of a local homeless shelter. We interview the homeless and drug addicts that come through the shelter. We hear how their lives transformed from their lowest points of life to a life fully transformed. These are unlike stories you have ever heard.
 
The ‘Gospel Con Carne’ is a gritty journey of Tex-Mex theology that explores the woundedness of society through untold stories of homelessness. Our host, Alan Graham, is the founder and CEO of Austin, TX-based Mobile Loaves and Fishes – a social outreach ministry that has been empowering communities into a lifestyle of service with the homeless for more than two decades. Alan also is the lead visionary behind the innovative Community First! Village – the country’s only master-planned communi ...
 
Join Love In Action International Ministries President Ken Tuck for uplifting, encouraging and challenging podcasts. Ken shares uplifting stories of how lives of the homeless have been transformed by Jesus Christ, and of reaching unreached people groups around the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and discusses the Great Commission.
 
"Stories From Skid Row" gives listeners an opportunity to hear first-hand testimonies from those who are experiencing homelessness, as well as staff and friends of Union Rescue Mission. These episodes provide a glimpse into the issues surrounding homelessness and the work being done to combat this serious problem in Los Angeles.
 
Outside of directing development, coordinating volunteers, organizing and promoting NLEC events that serve the homeless as well as raise funds for NLEC, coordinating and distributing direct mail to our donors and friends, Dulce’s heart and mission is to help other women know who they are in Christ. The Club 24 Show is your opportunity to hear about the work that NLEC is doing through the involvement of our Club 24 members. Club 24 members commit to giving $24, $40, $90, $100 a month to suppo ...
 
Homelessness on the West Coast is rising to crisis levels at a time of historic economic growth and prosperity. Why? KNKX Public Radio and The Seattle Times' Project Homeless spent one year in a city that’s grappling with homelessness. What’s it like to live outside for months on end? What’s it like when tents come to your neighborhood? What new solutions can city leaders find? This is Outsiders.
 
We Are Homeless is a podcast that explores the hidden world of housing alternatives in the Bay Area. My name is Adam Garrett Clark. I encounter people every day who are finding creative ways to stay in the Bay Area without handing over their hard earned money to “the market.” These are their stories:
 
"We do this work b/c the world we live in is a house on FIRE and the people we love are burning." • I'm Alex, a newly awakened neurodiverse trans dude. • I'm homeless, failed by institutions and laws meant to protect and serve peeps like me, fleeing domestic abuse, no friends and no family to catch my fall, in the time of COVID-19. • I'm disabled, with the Pathological Demand Avoidance profile of autism and C-PTSD from 40 years of dealing with a demanding world not made for me. • I've set ou ...
 
Glenn Cranfield, President and CEO of Nashville Rescue Mission, is starting a bigger conversation around the problem behind homelessness and its surprising connection to great leadership. Whether tackling homelessness or motivating a team, success comes when you care for the whole person. Join the conversation with industry experts and community leaders on the state of homelessness, uncovering a common thread that runs throughout humanity: our need for hope. We’re in this together...and that ...
 
Ransom Experience will bring you Raw and Real stories of everyday people. Who have gone through Ransom Reprogram or have volunteered with Ransom Ministries over the years We will talk with men and women that share their stories of Struggles of incarceration, trauma, abuse, homelessness and addiction which has propelled them to perseverance, restoration, and joy. They will share their lives with the listeners in order for others to understand the obstacles that they have overcome to get them ...
 
Goon of note, Chris from BK sits down and yells about childhood trauma, how he'd fix the whole damn country, and all sorts of other bullshit. All while splitting a six pack with you the listener. Chris is joined by his stalwart producer and homeless weirdo Mike Harrington on this journey of self reflection and yelling. There's lots of yelling. So crack open a cold one and listen to an aging NYC townie tell you how things should be from the stool at the end of the bar, or outside a bodega in ...
 
Crazy Train of Thought is a weekly show with raucous rants regarding video games, movies, and pop culture by a rotating multitude of misfits and miscreants. JOIN US for the funny side of pop culture. And facepalms. Lots of facepalms.Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for Video Podcasts: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuCCHlDC5t729YajNdYggdg
 
It’s the English class you didn't know you missed and the meaningful conversations you didn't know you craved. Join Vanessa Zoltan and Casper ter Kuile as they bring thought, reflection and laughter to Harry Potter; not just as novels, but as instructive and inspirational texts that will teach us about our own lives. Relive the magic chapter by chapter as they explore themes such as commitment, revenge and forgiveness. This podcast creates time in your week to think about life’s big question ...
 
The Upaya Dharma Podcast features Wednesday evening Dharma Talks and recordings from Upaya’s diverse array of programs. Our podcasts exemplify Upaya’s focus on socially engaged Buddhism, including prison work, end-of-life care, serving the homeless, training in socially engaged practices, peace & nonviolence, compassionate care training, and delivering healthcare in the Himalayas.
 
Features one-on-one conversations between library customers experiencing homelessness in Dallas and Dallas Public Library’s homeless engagement coordinator, Suzanne Glover. The in-depth interviews touch on issues of mental health, surviving extreme Dallas temperatures, finding love and being in a relationship, and other personal experiences. Hear from people like Carlton, who explains why he doesn’t stay in a shelter; Nicholas, whose schizophrenia led to homelessness; Jennifer and Martin, wh ...
 
Hi I am Weenah Victorino from Homeless to Hollywood, Sharing real stories around the World makes my Dreams become Reality. Miracles happen every day. You Are Matter and The World Needs Someone like you. You have greatness within you and I’m sticking to it.
 
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For Native peoples, Thanksgiving is not a day to rejoice. It's a day of mourning. We talk to the granddaughter of one of the founders of the National Day of Mourning, which is honored every Thanksgiving in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Also, we visit Crossroads Mission, a homeless shelter in Yuma, Arizona, ahead of their yearly Thanksgiving meal, which …
 
In which I share a post I made for an adult homeless autistic in dire need of assistance. This podcast is also available in text form with hyperlinks here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/resources-and-44141307?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copy_to_clipboard&utm_campaign=postshare Here are the websites I mention: https://howtogeton.wordpress.c…
 
Punk 4 The Homeless are back with the dozen-th installment! Join Eagle, Rachel, Alan and Alex for another attempt to enter the punk podcast charts! Excellent tuneage this episode thanks to: Wire, Sucking Grunts, track not found, Slow Faction, Dawn Penn, Tim Holehouse, Paul Carbuncle, Treason of the Monarchy, Cage The Elephant, Anna Vince, Cosmic Sl…
 
Author and journalist Rick Westhead tells us the story of Joe Murphy, the former Edmonton Oilers player who went from winning the Stanley Cup to living homeless. Westhead says Murphy’s story is part of a bigger discussion about brain injury and mental illness — one the National Hockey League must address.…
 
Economics has a solution to halt rapid deforestation but can it be implemented? This year has seen some of the worst-ever fires destroy vast tracts of the Amazon rainforest as land there is cleared for farming. We hear how the field of economics may have come up with a solution to halt the Amazon’s rate of deforestation - and what’s needed to set t…
 
Episode 141 ALL ABOARD for Crazy Train of Thought brought to you by The Idiot Savants! The only podcast on the internet to take place in the world’s dankest basement. Podcast host Ryan Wolf is joined by Pokèmaster Troy Osborn and Samwise Babbi for all the rants you will ever need. #CHECKALOOK at our topics: Sam buys a gaming PC (00:02:50) Camping f…
 
I make a spirited attempt to capture the playful pomposity that I create at least once daily down at the open-air theater (usually after the morning Brain Dump Angstathon that is this podcast). The act of observing changes the observer and the observed, of whom I am both. So I get self-conscious, but manage to make a little music and mayhem in my u…
 
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Nicole Arbour (Comedian) about her leaving the left story, horrible woke fake celebrities, and why she doesn’t fear Big Tech censorship. She shares why she decided to walk away from the Democratic party after getting to know Trump supporters. She discusses how her fact checking was responsible for getting Jim…
 
Topics: what we owe to each other, the cult of celebrity, the pitfalls of youth and beauty and fame as well as employment as a source of self-worth, encouragement vs criticism, idolizing, comparison (that death of joy and motivation), when a teacher saw me and appreciated and fed who I was with what I needed, reading, tiny homes, allodynia and ache…
 
Celebrating the BBC 100 Women list 2020 Kim Chakanetsa and a panel of inspirational and influential women discuss whether some changes made because of Covid-19 restrictions could be seen as positive. They answer questions about bringing communities together, supporting lonely people and increasing flexibility for more inclusive employment. Shani Dh…
 
The Mirror Gate in the Neverending Story is the one that breaks most travelers seeking a difficult path; they come face to face with themselves. This is hardly the first or worst or last time I've faced my shadow, but I had to get it out of my way to accomplish something creative. I had to win I fight (or three) I wasn't prepared to admit I was hav…
 
Ozlem Cekic, one of the first Muslim women with an immigrant background to enter Danish parliament, tells us why she decided to meet up with the people who sent her racist emails. We discuss whether a new women's centre at the site of the former Holloway Women's Prison will get the go ahead. We hear from Lucy who's with Reclaim Holloway and also fr…
 
More music practice underscoring some of this episode. Topics: wanting to be less reactive and triggered by remarks aimed not at me but someone I share traits or identify with, where those reactions come from, vague ideas for different options I can try (if I can remember them in those moments), fixing a broken system with a broken system, possibly…
 
I practice (badly) an end riff to Hotel California on my Varson electric ukulele, low G metal strung with Ernie Ball Super Slinky lowest gauge (pink package) with turquoise & chrome Honeytone 9V amp; while I explain to myself what just happened and how I got through it. I started with giving in to the full-on ugly cry and suicidal despair & ideatio…
 
The Arizona Board of Education has made it a requirement that middle and high school students learn about the Holocaust and other genocides. Kim Klett, an English teacher at Dobson High School in Mesa, Arizona, joins us. And, the sheriff's department in Ellis County, Texas, is expanding disability and mental health training, after an incident in 20…
 
Though the Thanksgiving meal might have been smaller this year, there may still be leftovers. Chef Kathy Gunst shares some of her leftover ideas. Also, a COVID-19 surge is putting pressure on testing supplies. Now, some scientists think they might have found a way to relieve that pressure. They say they can narrow down who should be tested by using…
 
I overreact to an offhand comment that reminds me too well of paternalistic attitudes and treatment of people with special challenges as irrational, unstable, disordered, incapable of making decisions in our own best interests. It's worth saying that this attitude is often accompanied by an air of patronizing charity and good intentions, and often …
 
Did you know God has always had a plan for our salvation? Well, He has. That's how much He loves us. This first announcement of His plan doesn't come in the New Testament. It actually appears at the beginning of the Bible in Genesis 3:15. Join Ken as he shares this message on this edition of "Sunday Morning with Love In Action," which airs every Su…
 
The fourth series of The Crown currently airing on Netflix lays bare the ups and downs of the royal marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer . The drama has introduced a new generation to the Princess, her depression and struggles with the eating disorder bulimia. Jane Garvey talks to the veteran royal watcher Jennie Bond and also to Ali P…
 
How prepping or survivalism has gone mainstream, with Silicon Valley leading the way. Tech entrepreneur Julie Fredrickson tells Manuela Saragosa how she became a prepper after the electricity went out for days in New York after hurricane Sandy hit back in 2012. She also speaks to serial entrepreneur John Ramey, founder of an online community called…
 
Canadians making a fresh start in the pandemic have set off a Nova Scotia real estate boom, and for many that means buying a house far, far away through a screen. Would you do it? Michael Harrison and Jennifer Giesbrecht did, and they tell us about their experience. We also talk to John DeMont, a columnist with the Halifax Chronicle Herald, about t…
 
Canada’s North was largely spared from the first wave of COVID-19, but as cases rise there are difficult decisions that need to be made in order to keep the virus at bay. In Yukon, we talk to Dana Tizya-Tramm, chief of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, about the challenges facing his community; and Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Brendan Hanley…
 
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Chances are you didn't run your annual turkey trot this year. While some races went virtual, asking participants to run on their own and send a donation, others canceled altogether. So what does that mean for charity dollars during the giving season? Stacy Palmer of the Chronicle of Philanthropy explains the challenges. Also, Native Americans are a…
 
As we do every Thanksgiving, we'll take a visit to see the snow geese in Vermont with host Robin Young and her late uncle Lachlan Maclachlan Field. And, Jane Arraf has covered Egypt, Iraq, and other parts of the Middle East for NPR News for the past four years. Before she leaves NPR for her next chapter at the New York Times, she joins us to talk a…
 
Casper and Vanessa explore the theme of Loneliness in chapter twenty-seven of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. This week we discuss Voldemort's relationship with Nagini, the freedom of the Gringott's dragon, and how to make friends in an isolating age. Throughout the episode we consider the question: What's the difference between loneliness an…
 
Sally Hayden recently visited Ethiopia, just before the outbreak of a conflict between the central government and a region in the east African country's north that threatens to escalate. Sally joins deputy foreign editor David McKechnie to discuss what is behind the outbreak of fighting that has reportedly already left hundreds dead and caused a re…
 
Yooo….You gotta listen to this one, let it simmer for a bit, and then listen to it again. Jemal pulls you into his journey to becoming the successful entrepreneur he is today by taking you back to some of the most vulnerable moments of his life as a police officer in Chicago. “Don’t despise small beginnings” is what he encourages listeners to consi…
 
The Island Social Club was created to fill the void of what was once London’s thriving Caribbean social scene. Chef, writer and co-founder Marie Mitchell explores Caribbean food and culture while creating a space for second and third generation British people of Caribbean descent to connect with their heritage. Marie talks abut food and identity an…
 
"So, it's, a very, quiet but large issue in our community, especially when you know, Bay area should be the tech capital of the world" - Seth Hubbert In this episode, our featured voice is Seth Hubbert the Executive Director of Tech Exchange and we are discussing how the digital divide is impacting low-income students and their families in Oakland …
 
We're really trying to combat this amnesiac culture that we live in by bringing people together in public space, doing participatory community history - LisaRuth Elliott In this episode, our featured voice is Lisa Ruth Elliot the Co-Director of Shaping San Francisco and we’re discuss Shaping San Francisco’s unique model of being a participatory com…
 
Readings & musings on autism from these sources: https://www.medicaldaily.com/people-autism-withdraw-others-because-autistic-brain-generates-42-more-information-while-rest-268405 https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnhum.2010.00224/full https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2043610619890070 …and then the daily brain-dump. Topics in…
 
Are NFL players being denied compensation because of racial-norming? Thousands of former American footballers claim they suffered brain injury as players, but are being denied compensation on racial grounds. Ed Butler speaks to Roxanne Gordon, the wife of Amon Gordon, once of the Cleveland Browns, who is one of hundreds of ex-players now claiming c…
 
In recent years, tens of thousands of people have died in the Mediterranean Sea trying to get to Europe from Africa and the Middle East. Now, many are trying a new route: across the Atlantic Ocean to reach Spain’s Canary Islands. We talk to Inigo Vila, emergency unit director of the Spanish Red Cross, about the work his organization is doing with p…
 
Food insecurity has grown in the pandemic, with calls for governments to take the pressure off of charities dealing with the issue and make sure people can put food on the table. We talk to Valerie Tarasuk, a founder of the Food Insecurity Policy Research Team at the University of Toronto, and Paul Taylor, executive director of FoodShare Toronto.…
 
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