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Best Privilege podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Privilege podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Look to the Cookie is now the one stop shop for all things progressive pop culture. Writers from all over the country contribute opinions--backed by education, experience, and research--on current events. Germar Derron hosts the eponymous podcast. We cover all of pop culture, news, sports, and politics.
 
Step inside the confession booth of Wesley Morris and Jenna Wortham, two culture writers for The New York Times. They devour TV, movies, art, music and the internet to find the things that move them — to tears, awe and anger. Still Processing is where they try to understand the pleasures and pathologies of America in 2020.
 
Serial investigative journalism from APM Reports, with host Madeleine Baran and a team of reporters. In Season 1, we looked at the abduction of Jacob Wetterling in rural Minnesota and the accountability of sheriffs in solving crime. In Season 2, we examined the case of Curtis Flowers, who has been tried six times for the same crime. Now, a special report on how Covid-19 is affecting the Mississippi Delta.
 
Professor Elizabeth Joh teaches Intro to Constitutional Law and most of the time this is a pretty straight forward job. But with Trump in office, everything has changed. Five minutes before class Professor Joh checks Twitter to find out what the 45th President has said and how it jibes with 200 years of the judicial branch interpreting and ruling on the Constitution. Hosted by acclaimed podcaster Roman Mars (99% Invisible, co-founder Radiotopia), this show is a weekly, fun, casual Con Law 10 ...
 
Adam Beyer's music is synonymous with all that is exciting about electronic music today. Having emerged as the figure head of the hugely prolific Swedish techno scene Beyer has now confirmed his position as a globally recognized DJ and producer, headlining the world's finest events week in week out. His acclaimed Drumcode label has been at the cutting edge of club music for well over a decade; now for the first time Adam takes to the airwaves with a new weekly radio show. Featuring exclusive ...
 
Rachel Brathen, known as Yoga Girl, is an international yoga teacher and speaker, bestselling author and serial entrepreneur who inspires millions every day. Now – Rachel offers an even more intimate look into her life and the inspiring journey. Weekly episodes of storytelling and talks from Rachel (sometimes alongside special guests!) dive into topics such as love, trust, finding balance, overcoming adversity and of course, yoga and well-being. The light you are seeking is within your own h ...
 
Helping people make peace with food since 2013. Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor Christy Harrison talks with guests about their relationships with food, body image, eating disorders, weight and size acceptance, non-diet nutrition, exercise, body politics, feminism, self-compassion and self-care--all from a body-positive, Health at Every Size perspective. Along the way, Christy shares her own journey from disordered eater and dieter to food writer and ...
 
Every Tuesday and Friday, Recode’s Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
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David talks with writer Cinelle Barnes about her new essay "Carefree White Girls, Careful Brown Girls" which can be found in A Map Is Only One Story: Twenty Writers on Immigration, Family, and the Meaning of Home. Note: This conversation was recorded in early March 2020. Links: Buy A Map Is Only One Story Buy Cinelle Barnes' other books The killing…
 
China’s parliament voted today to draft legislation that would utterly undermine the territory’s independence. What now for protesters, for Western powers, for the region’s foreign firms? The pandemic has quashed some crimes but has also created new nefarious opportunities. And it may be closing time for the golden age of the booze business. For fu…
 
There's a lot of silly stuff going on these days and we are breaking a lot of it down on this episode. In The State Of Things, we cover Tomi Lahren vs. Marianne Williamson, the police officer that spoke up and paid the price, how lobbyists lobbied for stimulus money for lobbyists, and Charlie Kirk's stance that white privilege doesn't exist. In Som…
 
Nothing is more privileged than being able to overcome your child hood traumas with the luxury of having access to world class material arts training or state of the art weapons technology. None the less, in this episode we get into which of these lavish superheroes would win in a one on one battle. We also discuss the possibility of the Hulk stand…
 
Tekashi 69 is back! Twitter cancels everybody! Me and Rick are talkin about a whole lotta shit this week, from not serious to REAL serious so buckle up! If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a review and rate us 5 stars! You can also find us on Youtube and watch all of our episodes! --- Thank you to our sponsors: Lumin: Visit LuminSkin.com/N…
 
For a month, "Luis" volunteered as a driver for medical frontliners. But during his trips around Metro Manila, the most striking people he came across weren't healthcare workers. We listen to a story of parents who needed to get their child to the hospital, and a breadwinner who had to get a much-needed paycheck to feed the family. For Luis, there …
 
Those of us who have reached a certain age were taught in elementary school that voting is the underlying power of a democracy, that it was both a privilege and a duty never to be ignored. We understood the seriousness of voting for our elected officials, that we were, each of us, guaranteed the right to cast our ballot....…
 
The Bridge Radio is collecting testimonies, conducting interviews and producing online programs with our friends and allies in the rest of Europe during the corona crisis.In this edition we are hearing testimonies from women* living in asylum and detention camps in Germany and Denmark, sharing experiences, information, demands and possibilities of …
 
The Supreme Court may not be able to meet in person, but they are still doing business over conference call. This month, they've considered three cases about Donald Trump's finances, and whether they should be released to Congressional committees and prosecutors in New York. What does history tell us about these cases which could have major consequ…
 
Jermaine Fowler is a public educator, historical storyteller, writer, and founder of The Humanity Archive- a media company committed to telling the stories of history in the most compelling way possible. Much of his work deals with unsettling history and the current reality of today’s world: post-industrial cities stricken by poverty, racism, inade…
 
America has passed a grim milestone: 100,000 deaths from covid-19. Many Americans think the country has been hit uniquely hard and that the president’s bungled response is to blame. That view is not borne out by international comparisons. But, as all 50 states reopen with the virus still prevalent, Americans are right to be nervous. How will Americ…
 
Protests have broken out in Minneapolis and far beyond, following another black man’s death at the hands of a white policeman. Can the once-mighty Black Lives Matter make itself heard? The pandemic may threaten London’s place as Britain’s undisputed centre of gravity. And a researcher spooks spooks by revealing a decades-old spy pact. For full acce…
 
The organisation is not that organised, and attention has waned since its calls for change first gripped America. Will it seize the current moment of outrage? The pandemic may threaten London’s place as Britain’s undisputed centre of gravity. And a researcher spooks spooks by revealing a decades-old spy pact. For full access to print, digital and a…
 
Kara and Scott talk about Twitter's responsibility in fact-checking and regulating Trump tweets as they slap their first misinformation label on one of the president's tweets. They also discuss the future of a "private" space as Elon Musk prepares to launch his SpaceX rocket. Meanwhile, Amazon is having its annual shareholder meeting and some peopl…
 
We speak with our resident legal expert Atty. Ted Te, host of the podcast Te Talks, law professor, and former spokesperson for the Supreme Court. Atty. Ted says, because justice delayed is justice denied, it's time to go paperless in our courts, and digital, fast. All for the promise of justice. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pumapo…
 
Why not just burn it all down? In The State Of Things, we cover the new Trump ad roasting Biden, the Bernie Blackout Documentary from Vice, Christian Cooper's situation in Central Park, and the murder of George Floyd. In Something To Think About, we talk the intentions of The Constitution. For more righteous content, find me on; Instagram - @conner…
 
In this episode, Rachel finds herself in a place of shame after realizing she has gained weight during quarantine. But here’s the thing - she felt no shame at all, in fact she felt great in her body, until she stepped on a scale. What was it inside of her that caused that shift? This pandemic has brought with it a lot of change, and many of us are …
 
This week Lisa and Misty cover the renowned classic and New York Times bestseller The Dance of Anger: A Woman's Guide to Changing the Patterns of Intimate Relationships by Harriet Lerner. Harriet Lerner, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist, contributor to psychoanalytic concepts regarding family and feminist theory and therapy, and the author of many…
 
America’s independent restaurants face a future in which half their tables stand empty. Anne McElvoy asks award-winning chef and restaurateur Marcus Samuelsson how restaurants can reinvent their business models to survive. They talk about converting chic eateries into community kitchens in the covid-19 crisis and why he thinks Joe Biden deserves a …
 
China’s parliament voted today to draft legislation that would utterly undermine the territory’s independence. What now for protesters, for Western powers, for the region’s foreign firms? The pandemic has quashed some crimes but has also created new nefarious opportunities. And it may be closing time for the golden age of the booze business. For fu…
 
How can mathematics help us understand our lives and predict the world around us? Host Alok Jha speaks to David Sumpter of Uppsala University about the equations that can help people make better decisions. Christl Donnelly, an epidemiologist at the University of Oxford and Imperial College London details the role mathematics plays in modelling covi…
 
President Donald Trump’s failures of leadership have compounded the crisis. But America’s health-care and preparedness systems have problems that predate him. South Korea marks the 40th anniversary of a massacre that remains politically divisive even now. And, today’s space-launch plan in America blazes a trail for a new, commercial space industry.…
 
President Donald Trump’s failures of leadership have compounded the crisis. But America’s health-care and preparedness systems have problems that predate him. South Korea marks the 40th anniversary of a massacre that remains politically divisive even now. And, today’s space-launch plan in America blazes a trail for a new, commercial space industry.…
 
Revd Bryce Amner and Sally Cloke discuss the story of Jesus' ascension into heaven: was he a pioneer of working from home? Other deep questions include: Why do we think of heaven as "up", do you have to be in a "happy trance" to have a spiritual experience, and could heaven be like a "really dense chocolate cake"? Please 'like', 'follow', or 'share…
 
Travel has virtually ground to a halt during the pandemic, exacerbating the global economy’s woes—by complicating trade ties, upending business and devastating the tourist trade. Host Simon Long explores the future of the travel industry, staycations in South Korea and future consolidation in the airline industry. Also, could travel bubbles offer a…
 
The pandemic has caused a shift in how drug firms are viewed: their capacity for big-money innovation will give them immunity in the crisis. Widespread homeworking will have broad consequences, from commercial-property values to urban demographics. And a seemingly innocuous Hong Kong history exam is a window into the territory’s increasingly fraugh…
 
The pandemic has caused a shift in how drug firms are viewed: their capacity for big-money innovation will give them immunity in the crisis. Widespread homeworking will have broad consequences, from commercial-property values to urban demographics. And a seemingly innocuous Hong Kong history exam is a window into the territory’s increasingly fraugh…
 
Kara and Scott talk about Disney open its doors to the NBA as professional sports leagues attempt to resume their seasons. Meanwhile, the New York Stock Exchange will be open to traders again this week. Scott thinks there will be a strong class of IPOs by the end of the years. Then we hear from Caryn Marooney, the former VP of Global Communications…
 
This week, Misty is joined by very special guests Frank and Matt who had their house tidied by Marie Kondo! If you'd like to watch their episode of Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, check it out on Netflix; it's episode 5. You can find Frank on instagram @Frank.Arthur.Smith and on Twitter @FAS4US And you can find Matt on instagram @Matt__Hartman And don…
 
How do you solve a murdur in the city of the dead. Here is Parvus Press’s website: https://parvuspress.com NECROPOLIS PD enter this world in necropolis pd by Nathan Sumsion https://parvuspress.com/npd/ Jacob Green is the only living person trapped in a city where everyone is already dead; a city concealed from the modern world, made up of forgotten…
 
David and his wife, @joyofnapping, discuss ESPN's 10-part docuseries 'The Last Dance.' Links: Watch the video version of this review Let me know your feedback for the podcast by emailing culturallyrelevantshow(AT)gmail(DOT)com. Follow the show on Twitter. Follow David Chen on Twitter. Find every episode of the show at CulturallyRelevantShow.com. Th…
 
The North Korean leader’s recent disappearance for three weeks led to intense speculation about his health. What would happen if Mr Kim's regime collapsed? Peter Singer, an author and political scientist, explains how his novel, set in the near future, is helping policymakers respond to artificial intelligence. And how feasible is wireless charging…
 
Emissions have plummeted as the pandemic slowed the world. It could be a mere blip—but it is an unprecedented opportunity for a greener, more sustainable economy. Serving in America’s armed forces is a long-established path to citizenship, but that path is narrowing. And we ask how sport will emerge from the pandemic, even if the stands stay empty.…
 
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