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Best Intersectional podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Intersectional podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Stories of women who are inspired by time spent outside take the shape of interviews, in-the-field recordings, and listener submissions. These make up a tapestry of episodes covering themes such as solo hiking and camping; entrepreneurship; aging; diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI); conservation; motherhood; chronic illness; and feminism as they intersect with outdoor experiences. Hosted by Gale Straub.
 
SOSO is a show about navigating the depths of faith, disability, gender, and other complexities; as well as how they all intersect in one teen Ohioan's daily life. Join the ever-so-nerdy host Summer Orban bi-monthly for debates, debriefs, interviews, anecdotes, explorations, confessions, and awkward dialogue with humans.
 
Adventures Through The Mind is an interview-based podcast hosted by Canadian author and public educator, James W. Jesso. Although the show topics range---from spirituality, mental health, and emotional maturity; to love, relationships and sexuality; to history, philosophy, and neuroscience---there are two underlying themes that intersect them all: psychedelics & the mind. James W. Jesso is the author of Decomposing The Shadow: Lessons From The Psilocybin Mushroom and The True Light Of Darkne ...
 
Erica & Milah, 2 uncensored sex + cannabis positive parents challenging the stereotypes of single parenting & life every Wednesday night. Instagram: @goodmoms_badchoices www.goodmomsbadchoices.com Watch our episodes www.patreon.com/goodmomsbadchoices For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/good-moms-bad-choices.
 
Queer Money is the only show dedicated to how our money and our lives intersect. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender or Queer, we all have money needs. The Debt Free Guys will help you sort it out so you can #LiveDebtFree #HaveFun & #BeMoneyConscious!
 
Welcome to No Finish Line Podcast. In Conversation with those that go the extra mile. Featuring athlete interviews and discussion on running, training, travelling and adventure. My objective is to interview athletes from a wide range of sports and to talk about how they do what they do. We will discuss the mindset and find the point at which all disciplines intersect. Twitter @johnoregan777 Instagram @johnoregan777 #running #ultrarunning #marathon
 
Welcome to Switch! We want to connect real people to topics they care and are curious about, but without the jargon or BS. Join us as we chat about all things sustainability-related and how they intersect with our daily lives - from eating out, to what we wear, to the latest technology and more. We also bring in guests doing cool things for people and the planet.
 
Streaming from Passion City Church, the Grove Podcast is designed to encourage women to become ROOTED in the unfailing Word of God, to choose to FLOURISH where we’re planted, to walk in FREEDOM in Christ and truly live, and to offer our lives as SHADE to the people who intersect our paths in our city. The Grove Podcast is hosted by Shelley Giglio and other women of The Grove.
 
Every weekday, TED Talks Daily brings you the latest talks in audio. Join host and journalist Elise Hu for thought-provoking ideas on every subject imaginable — from Artificial Intelligence to Zoology, and everything in between — given by the world's leading thinkers and creators. With TED Talks Daily, find some space in your day to change your perspectives, ignite your curiosity, and learn something new.
 
Welcome to "What Up, Cuz?" A podcast that dissects the minutia of the mundane and the triviality of the extraordinary. Two cousins; Kasey Williams and Tyler Williams, on separate journeys' that intersect with each other come together to discuss their respective past, present, and (hopefully) future. "What Up, Cuz?" also features guests and friends of the cousin's Williams'.
 
Thought provoking, critical discussions about literature's most polarizing genre. Shelf Love is a podcast that lovingly digs deeper beneath the surface of the romance genre into the id, ego, and super ego of romance readers and writers, one romance at a time. Host Andrea Martucci is joined by romance experts like authors, critics, academics, and readers. We have fun taking romance novels seriously.
 
Hi, my name is David Hershkovits. As a founder of Paper magazine, I have been a long-time supporter of cultural disruptors from the alternative worlds of skate, hip hop, graffiti and streetwear scenes to cannabis reform, LGBTQ and women's rights. On Light Culture, I'll be knocking heads with some of today's most influential change makers -- rappers, writers, artists, fashion designers, models, advocates and activists, influencers, entrepreneurs who respect "the other." Light Culture is broug ...
 
A native of North Carolina, Dr. David Chadwick graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill where he played basketball and was a member of the 1969 NCAA Final Four Basketball Team. In addition to his undergraduate degree in Communications, David has a graduate degree in Counseling from the University of Florida plus a Master of Divinity and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Columbia Theological Seminary. David has been a pastor in Charlotte for almost 40 years. He is presently the pastor of Moments of Hope ...
 
This podcast draws on the world's most popular musical, Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom Of The Opera, as well as on the experience of Phanship having been a Phan myself for three odd decades now, to explore social justice and intersectionality. That said, although a lot of my exploration and analysis comes from the Lloyd Webber stage-musical, I will talk about other versions of Phantom as well, along with some of the best of Phanfiction that I've yet come across! And whenever possible, I'l ...
 
Economic recovery. Elections. Terrorism. Global poverty. Trade. Policy issues are complex and multi-faceted. Want more than the 30-second soundbyte? Tune in to Intersections, a podcast from the Brookings Institution, where two experts delve into the varying angles of the complicated issues facing our nation and the world. Subscribe now and be the first to hear new episodes.
 
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Now more than ever, it's important to look boldly at the reality of race and gender bias -- and understand how the two can combine to create even more harm. Kimberlé Crenshaw uses the term "intersectionality" to describe this phenomenon; as she says, if you're standing in the path of multiple forms of exclusion, you're likely to get hit by both. In…
 
This episode features Kurtis Hewson. As Leader and co-founder of Jigsaw Learning, Kurtis has championed the call for collaborative structures in schools to ensure success for all students and enhance the collective efficacy of those dedicated educators working in classrooms. Kurtis works to establish responsive relationships with districts and syst…
 
Today, The World explores the intersection of racism and health in this critical moment around the globe. And, as protests against police brutality continue across the world, many people are using social media to monitor events in real time, raising concerns about misinformation, conspiracy theories and outright false stories. Also, when Italy was …
 
As part of our "Missional Leadership in a Time of Uncertainty" series, our host Erik Willits interviews Bishop Todd Hunter and two practitioners to get honest, on-the-ground perspectives on what spiritual formation looks like during a pandemic. The Very Rev. Canon Dr. Kris McDaniel and the Rev. Dr. JR Rozko share what has shifted in their own lives…
 
(Photo courtesy of Aditya Vishwanath, and used with permission.) “VR is not a silver bullet,” says Inspirit VR Cofounder Aditya Vishwanath. But, he says, when it’s human-centric, virtual reality can boost both learning skills and student confidence in the classroom. And he’s talking abour higher education, as well as grades 6-12. Aditya, who is a K…
 
In this episode of Tech Intersect, I speak with Dante Disparte, vice chairman and head of policy and communications for the Libra Association, an independent membership organization focused on creating a stablecoin that supports a financially-inclusive digital future. He is also the founder and chairman of Risk Cooperative and serves on the Federal…
 
Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will have to wait a little longer to blast off into orbit. Bad weather delayed the launch of their historic mission yesterday- but when they do lift off they will be the first astronauts in nearly a decade to launch from US soil. What does this mission mean for the next generation of astronauts and for America…
 
Kiese Laymon, Viet Thanh Nguyen, and Arundhati Roy join Kimberlé Crenshaw for the 9th installment of "Under the Blacklight." Together, they mine the complexities of narrative construction amid disaster, and shine the blacklight on the stories and counter-stories that shape the future and make meaning of the past. Hosted by Kimberlé Crenshaw (@sandy…
 
Adam Isacson joins us today to help us understand the challenges, successes, and pitfalls of local, US, and international aid and security programs in Colombia. We discuss lessons learned and how leveraging multi sector partnerships (private, government, academic, military, NGO), and developing the right leaders, may improve the results of security…
 
THE INTERSECTION will return with new episodes as we get closer to this year’s virtual Burn. In the meantime, we want to spotlight some amazing work that's being made right now. DAY BY DAY is a limited series from KALW that follows a mix of ordinary people dealing with these extraordinary times. It is co-produced and edited by Gabe Grabin, Angela J…
 
Numerous studies and media outlets have given us the same message: COVID-19 is more dangerous, more debilitating, more fatal for Black and Brown people in the United States than for Whites. In this episode, Crystal discusses what the underlying reason is, and why COVID-19 is just the most recent addition to a long list of injustices endured by the …
 
Maria Balaet is on the show to talk about the impact of psychedelics on memory processing, the neuropharmacology of memory, the interplay of memory and personal consciousness, and the ethics of memory modulation with psychedelics. --LINKS-- For links to Maria Balaet's work, full show notes, and to watch this episode in video, head to https://bit.ly…
 
We continue to focus on the two biggest stories across the globe: Police violence against black people in the US and around the world, and the coronavirus pandemic. The killing of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and the killing of a 14-year-old boy during a botched police raid in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is forcing a reck…
 
If the US can’t build better airports or trains than China — or even take care of itself in times of major crisis like the coronavirus pandemic or current civil strife — how exactly is it supposed to “beat” China in this global competition we’re in? A co-production of PRX and Inkstick Media, and in partnership with The World, Things That Go Boom ho…
 
Black Americans are facing two existential threats: the coronavirus pandemic and state violence. And, a recent exchange of cyberattacks between Iran and Israel, which included an attack on critical civilian infrastructure, is threatening to change the unofficial, but implicit agreement on the rules of engagement between these regional rivals. Also,…
 
On today's episode Good Moms are joined by TV Host and Culture Commentator, Van Lathan. Join them as they discuss George Floyd, the global protest in support of his wrongful execution, and how today’s social climate affects mental health. Van touches on the state of his mental health as a black man in America and Milah shares her experience finding…
 
Air Date 7/19/2016 Today we take a listen to a few of the reactions from people of color to the shooting deaths of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and the police officers in Dallas Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 Show Notes Ch. 2: Act 1: Black Father in Letter to His Son "I Thought of You When I Saw the Son of Alton Sterlin…
 
Content warning. This episode weighs in on on-going discussions of whether or not Phantom condones, glorifies or romanticizes violence, especially gendered violence. I argue that it doesn’t! And I discuss how, instead, Phantom addresses certain realities of trauma and makes a powerful case for transformative rather than punitive justice.…
 
History in Romance with Rebekah Weatherspoon, Katrina Jackson, and Felicia Grossman. Stay safe, stay mad, and keep reading romance. Transcript available for this episode (045) at Shelflovepodcast.com - Book Recommendations: Forbidden by Beverly Jenkins Gold Mountain by Sharon Cullars Spellbound by Allie Therin Shelf Love: Sign up for the email news…
 
A member of our Credit Card Pay Off Course and Queer Money Facebook Group forwarded us the recent CNN article, “New Threat to the Economy: Americans Are Saving Like It’s the 1980’s.” Can saving really be a threat to the economy? Just how much does our economy depend on consumer spending and credit card debt? And in light of the Coronavirus shutdown…
 
COVID-19 has forced many of us to look critically at consumerist culture for perhaps the first time. If you don’t like what you see, you aren’t alone. Although anti-consumerism is countercultural, it isn’t uncommon. Proponents argue that breaking free from the purchasing hamster wheel ushers in financial freedom; it provides clarity around what’s *…
 
The United States is no stranger to police brutality and violence. But with the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, has the world's attention changed the equation? And, from Iran to China to Russia, America's adversaries are using the protests as anti-US propaganda fodder. Also, hundreds of LGBTQ Pride events have been canceled due to COVID-19 …
 
Giving up control of your finances -- voluntarily or otherwise -- can leave you powerless and, in some cases, confined to a cycle of abuse. In this personal talk, accountant Estelle Gibson shares her own story of recovering from financial dependence and provides actionable advice to empower others who desire the freedom that comes with being respon…
 
This week new Marvel Comics return and we take a Deep Dive into Venom #25. Venom is a book we have really been following here on Can I Thwipp It? and the Knulled out Symbos are reaching a boiling point. Dylan and Venom and Carnage...Oh my!! Sleeper save us! So much fun delving deep into a book we all love. Another great week for comics and this wee…
 
This episode we’re joined by Laura Winningham, CEO of City Harvest London. City Harvest puts surplus food to good use in a sustainable way. While thousands of Londoners go hungry each day, safe, healthy, usable food is being disposed of. City Harvest collects this from all segments of the food industry and delivers it to 300 organisations that prov…
 
This week, our intrepid podcasters decided to take a little break to celebrate Stacie’s birthday. Please enjoy some blasts from the Patreon past with Alicia’s telling of the trashy maybe-murder of socialite Sunny von Bulow. Her husband Claus was convicted of the act, but a protracted legal battle ultimately saw him acquitted. Then, Stacie shares a …
 
A mysterious tattoo on her forearm was all that linked Sara Jones, adopted as a child by white parents, to her South Korean origins. Searching for her birth family taught her that transracial adoption stories often frame new lives abroad as strokes of luck that call for endless gratitude, obscuring a far more complex reality. Through her experience…
 
The news out of Minnesota has been intensifying with each passing day this week. The death of a black man named George Floyd while in police custody led to protests and violence in Minneapolis and captured the global news spotlight. Also, like many states in the US, Nevada was struggling to test residents when the coronavirus pandemic hit. Eventual…
 
Earth, humanity and nature are inextricably interconnected. To restore us all back to health, we need to "rewild" the world, says environmental activist Kristine Tompkins. Tracing her life from Patagonia CEO to passionate conservationist, she shares how she has helped to establish national parks across millions of acres of land (and sea) in South A…
 
On May 29th 2007, I took part in the Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon with blind adventurer, Mark Pollock. This race which boasts the highest start line for any race in the world took us almost 2 weeks of trekking to reach the start line. Then, on the 54th anniversary of the first succesful ascent of Mount Everest we assembled at the Khumbu Icefall…
 
Health experts say that a coronavirus vaccine trial out of University of Oxford in England, is showing promise. And, on-the-spot temperature checks at airports, football stadiums and retail stores may soon become the norm. But workers' unions and civil rights groups are worried. Also, one of the many sectors of the economy hurting during the pandem…
 
Amplified by social media, misinformation can undermine critical public health efforts and fuel conspiracy theories — which are particularly dangerous amid the coronavirus crisis. As part of our weekly series taking your questions to the experts, The World's Elana Gordon moderated a conversation with K. “Vish” Viswanath, professor of health communi…
 
As you age, you gradually lose the ability to refocus your eyes -- a phenomenon as old as humanity itself -- leading to a reliance on bifocals, contacts and procedures like LASIK surgery. Electrical engineer Nitish Padmanaban offers a glimpse of cutting-edge tech that's truly a sight for sore eyes: dynamic, autofocusing lenses that track your sight…
 
Governments everywhere are trying to figure out how to put together a recovery plan to get past the economic blow from the coronavirus pandemic. The European Union on Wednesday moved forward on its plan. And, US officials signaled that they’re preparing to remove Hong Kong’s special trade status, declaring that it is no longer autonomous from China…
 
The coronavirus pandemic won't be the last crisis to test public health systems worldwide, says physician and health policy leader Georges C. Benjamin. He details what's needed to lead us out of the pandemic and prevent future ones -- including a robust governmental health entity equipped with updated technology and well-trained staff -- and explai…
 
In this episode we speak with Andrew Baxter. Andrew has worked in School Based and Community Mental Health for over 18 years. During his time with Alberta Health Services, he has provided direct treatment for students from K – 12 as well as consultation for their families and their teachers. He currently serves as the Lead for the Alberta Mental He…
 
On this weeks episode Good Moms are joined by Ori Hofnung, Founder of interactive evaluation platform for children, Giant Leap. Join them as Ori shares how he didn't learn to read til he was twelve and how much money and time was spent trying to figure out what was "wrong" with him. Jamilah shares her struggles with spelling and how that has hinder…
 
We’re heading into summer and parks and trails and beaches around the US are starting to open up again amidst the pandemic. As hikers, paddlers, climbers, runners, we crave time outside, but we also have a responsibility to do so in a way that respects the health of others and the land we’re on. We hear from four women who can help guide us in the …
 
How can we return to work without spurring a second surge of coronavirus infection? Biologist Uri Alon shares a thought-provoking strategy: four days at work followed by 10 days of lockdown, a cycle that would exploit a weakness in the virus's biology and potentially cut its reproductive rate to a manageable level. Learn more about this approach --…
 
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