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Best Racial Justice podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Racial Justice podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Boom! Lawyered is friendly and entertaining legal analysis for anyone passionate about reproductive justice. Join Rewire.News legal experts Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy as they explore the important issues coming up in the courts, how the legal system works, and what the case outcomes will mean for all of us. Part of the Rewire.News podcast network.
 
Come Through with Rebecca Carroll is a podcast that explores culture, race and identity against the backdrop of the 2020 election. The series will provide listeners with 15 essential conversations they can take with them during this pivotal time. Conversations with prominent thinkers, cultural critics, writers, artists, and politicians on topics like climate change, diversity and inclusion programs, immigration and more are prompted by our host’s lifelong personal inquiry into what it means ...
 
Women have the power to transform this world. We can end crime, violence and poverty, if we all come together and share. Let's share our wisdom, time, talent, finances, and most of all, our love. Connect with women from around the globe as we build bridges of sisterhood and heal our inner spiritual wounds in order to build a stronger foundation for our families. Join us every day Monday through Friday 7am -9am Central Time, Saturday noon to 2pm and Sunday 5pm to 7pm for enlightening, inspira ...
 
Hey, welcome to the Arizona People's Report recorded by the Stand Together Arizona Training and Advocacy Center at YWCA Southern Arizona in Tucson. I'm Mari Herreras and together we're going to review the conversations taking place in our state with grassroots activists, leaders, organizers, community folks and even our statewide politicians and candidates. We aim to rebuild community, figure out democracy and get back to the roots of comforting the afflicted and afflicting the comfortable. ...
 
Sometimes challenging, often disturbing, occasionally absurd, always timely: Criminal Injustice explores the most complex and urgent issues facing the U.S. criminal justice system in conversation with the field's most knowledgeable experts. Professor David Harris and guests take on everything from racial bias to use of force... from surveillance technology to mass incarceration... and from police abuse and misconduct to the astonishing, frequently hilarious misdeeds of "Lawyers Behaving Badl ...
 
The Office of Career Planning & Professional Development at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York presents a podcast for Graduate Center students by Graduate Center students. Graduate Center alumni share their professional journeys and tips for the job search to help current students navigate the ins and outs of career planning.
 
Theology Curator is hosted by Kurt Willems (formerly, The Paulcast). Each episode reflects on a theological, formational, or cultural theme. We might dig into the life and letters of a radical Jewish teacher named Paul; converse about a pressing contemporary issue; reflect on the nature of following Jesus today; or even remedy doom-and-gloom preaching with a good old fashioned dose of hope. This show is an invitation to build bridges between the first century world of the earliest Christ-fol ...
 
Let’s talk self-care. Sarah James, a lifestyle blogger and self-help aficionado, is joined by bestie Kristen Howerton, a writer and psychotherapist, as they tackle the tricky and often elusive aspects of caring for ourselves. Their weekly conversations explore questions like: Why don’t I eat the way I should? How do I get enough sleep? What aspects of my personality make self-care tricky? And what’s the best way to deal with pubic hair? From the silly to the serious, Kristen and Sarah are ta ...
 
The #TellBlackStories podcast is an extension of Color Of Change's work to change the rules in Hollywood, and entire media landscape, to ensure accurate, diverse, empathetic and human portrayals of Black people. It is an unfiltered, unapologetic, dose of quick witted commentary on the most relevant social, political and cultural issues impacting the Black community. #TellBlackStories elevates the voices, stories and work of change makers, content creators, activists, and leaders driving a mo ...
 
Race Capitol interrogates racial narratives in Richmond, Virginia, the former capital of the Confederacy. www.racecapitol.com @RaceCapitol Three Black femme organizers deliver activist radio every Wednesday at 10am on WRIR LP 97.3 FM Richmond Independent Radio. Episodes loaded weekly. Created by: Chelsea Higgs Wise (she/ her) Co-Hosts: Kalia Harris (she/ her) & Naomi Isaac (she/ they)
 
We host global discussions with local change-makers, entrepreneurs, social justice warriors, policy leaders, and creatives. Our goal is to create a community that works together to increase awareness and understanding of foreign issues and societal norms by talking to people from around the world. Hosted by Ambar Januel and Danielle Smith.
 
Solidarity Is This is a podcast created and hosted by Deepa Iyer, Senior Advisor at Building Movement Project where she runs Solidarity Is , a multi-pronged project to deepen transformative solidarity practices, models, and ideas. On the podcast, we explore how individuals and institutions are experimenting with cross-racial and cross-movement solidarity in America’s changing racial landscape. Learn more at www.solidarityis.org.
 
The Bioneers: Revolution from the Heart of Nature is an award-winning annual 13-part radio and audio series featuring breakthrough solutions for people and planet.The greatest social and scientific innovators of our time celebrate the genius of nature and human ingenuity. The kaleidoscopic scope covers biomimicry, ecological design, social and racial justice, women’s leadership, ecological medicine, indigenous knowledge, spirituality and psychology. It’s leading-edge, hopeful, charismatic, p ...
 
Tune in to listen to ENDS Podcast where you can hear many different ways people are creating their own hustle based on their current circumstances. A blend of topics ranging from tips, testimonies, and key strategies. Let us not forget a major question, what is the meaning behind why you do what you do in the first place? #ENDS Hosted by Founder of ENDS , Jovan Shabazz aka "Bazz" Contact Bazz : https://www.facebook.com/ENDSFounder/?ref=bookmarks Subscribe: https://www.patreon.com/ENDSMembers ...
 
At Liberty is a weekly podcast from the ACLU that explores the biggest civil rights and civil liberties issues of the day. Join ACLU attorney Emerson Sykes as he and guests try to make some sense of what’s going on in our country. A production of ACLU, Inc.
 
Michael C. Dawson, founder and former Director of the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture and is the John D. MacArthur Professor of Political Science and the College at the University of Chicago, is the host of this Race and Capitalism Project-initiated podcast series, New Dawn. He invites guests to discuss their research related to race and capitalism. Many episodes have generously been supported by Scholarly Borderlands and Social Science Research Council.
 
Discovery & Inspiration asks “What can we learn by talking to scholars about their research? What makes them so passionate about the subjects they study? What is it like to make a new discovery? To answer a confounding question?” For over 40 years the National Humanities Center has been a home away from home for scholars from around the world—historians and philosophers, scholars of literature and music and art and dozens of other fields. Join us as we sit down with scholars to discuss their ...
 
New for 2016! This audio-only podcast from BillMoyers.com offers compelling and vital conversation about life and the state of American democracy, featuring some of the best thinkers of our time. A range of scholars, artists, activists, scientists, philosophers and newsmakers bring context, insight and meaning to important topics, like the 2016 Election. Subscribe to the podcast for an audio version of this Web-only series.
 
THE PODCAST ABOUT PERSONAL FINANCE & RACIAL ECONOMIC INCLUSION: Where can we, as People of Color, get financial advice that isn’t from a mostly white, mostly male, mostly economically privileged perspective? From how we bank, to our how credit scores are calculated, to how we are kept in the dark about investing, to how we pay our taxes, the system is set up for us to get caught in a debt/poverty cycle and stay running just to tread water. The rules change all the time so the people on top s ...
 
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Will Capo is an artist from Detroit, Michigan that brings a new flavor to rap. Talk about growing up in rough neighborhoods to studying a test in college. He dropped to singles this year on all platforms called “Birthday” & “Visions” We Are The Voice Of The Culture #ENDS Music Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8yTiUk_rPY&feature=youtu.be…
 
We are chatting with Latasha Morrison, author of Be the Bridge, about racial justice, and specifically about Ahmaud Arbery and how we can take our outrage and push towards action. BJ gives us advice for that Mother's Day hangover, Roo shares a new meditation habit, and Kristen discloses some of the new difficulties of coparenting in a pandemic.In t…
 
Research indicates that African Americans are far more likely to get sick than their fellow citizens who are white. Regardless of their age, educational attainment, or socioeconomic circumstances, they are more likely to suffer from severe forms of illness and have shorter life expectancies. While a number of factors play a part in this sad statist…
 
In the face of the COVID19 Pandemic, new economic systems are springing up that are people based and not controlled by private institutions. There is Bitcoin, crowd funding, SuSus, and many other systems that are run based on people trusting people to do what they say they will do once they receive our money. We can build wealth instantly if we sim…
 
Retail sales have dropped significantly since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, but viewership has gone up for QVC and HSN. Mike George, president and CEO of the networks' parent company Qurate, joins us to discuss how the retail landscape has changed. And, Carrie Welch of the New York Public Library joins us to discuss the library's new relea…
 
If you're getting bored in the kitchen, Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst shares ideas about stretching one dish over several meals without having it taste like leftovers. Also, Fox News analyst Brit Hume tweeted a photo mocking Joe Biden for wearing a face mask. President Trump retweeted it. Host Robin Young speaks with NPR senior political edi…
 
Is The Womb of women the sacred place for the creation of LIFE? Should we homor the fruit from the womb Mothers to be a Blessing to the family, nation and humanity? Why is it that Today mothers are birthing and burying their children? How can we as parents, neighbors work together to empower ourselves to secure our children as our Blessing to the r…
 
Author Bassey Ikpi always struggled with a certain kind of heaviness and worry growing up. In 2004, she was able to put a name to those feelings when she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. She joins Rebecca Carroll to talk about the particular stigma black women face when it comes to mental health, how TikTok is actually a form of self-care, and …
 
Army Maj. Paul Voelke was killed in Afghanistan in 2012. His wife Traci Voelke's and their son Ben Voelke join us to remember him. Also, the Grand Canyon in Arizona is among the world's most amazing natural wonders. We talk with geologist and author Wayne Ranney about the geology of the Grand Canyon, how it formed and how it's changing.…
 
Scholastic's Rising Voices Library is a collection of fiction and nonfiction books dedicated to black and Latino boys. We speak to the curators about the new collection. Also, the pandemic has strained the capacity of funeral homes and cemeteries. In New Jersey, which has the second-highest rate of COVID-19 deaths, it's having a big impact on worke…
 
Learn to combine orthopedic manual therapy and neuroscience to take care of the WHOLE person on Monday Morning Mindfulness! Set Your Alarm to start your day Empowered! Educated and Inspired! on Higher Learning with ZeldaSpeaks and Dr. CJ Mimee of VelonaHealth.com Increase your awareness of moving to the next level of higher consciousness, During Ch…
 
In this recent episode we connected with Will Capo a music artist from Detroit while he's down in Atlanta. Getting his perspective on what ATL which is considered the black mecca in America. We also gain his view on Detroit being once called the black mecca and backbone of the Detroit culture. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ends-med…
 
We have Mother's Day and Father's Day but whatever happened to Children's Day? We'll talk about legislation to honor children with our special guest Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle. Later in the show we'll be joined by Yaa Simpson,,an epidemiologist who represents TACTS The Association of Clinical Trial Services NFP. She has been a pub…
 
The number of COVID-19 cases worldwide surpassed 5 million this week, with most of the new cases coming from just four countries: the U.S., Russia, Brazil and India. Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr, professor at Columbia University, joins us to discuss the state of the coronavirus pandemic. And, commencement speeches this year have taken on additional weight as …
 
As commonly understood, slavery in the United States officially came to an end with the surrender of the Confederacy and the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment. Yet various forms of human bondage and forced labor continued across the United States and its territories long after the conclusion of the Civil War and into the twentieth century. In thi…
 
Your host, Viyahta, is a Certified Holistic Life Coach, Yogi, Doula and Master Herbalist. These days we need some good news about Corona Virus. We'll give you the latest good news and knowledge to balance our Microbiome community which includes viruses, bacteria and fungus. Listen to get wisdom and knowledge on improving your health. This show is n…
 
Addiction experts are turning to telemedicine to offer their services to patients amid the pandemic. We speak to Stephen Loyd, Chief Medical Officer of Cedar Recovery in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, about the role of telemedicine in addiction treatment. Also, we've heard a lot from adults about the struggles of online learning, but how are kids feeling…
 
Over the last two years, we've talked with civil rights leaders, organizers, journalists, artists, ACLU lawyers and people whose lives have been affected by the civil rights and liberties issues of our day. We've covered family separation at the border, talked to founders of the Me Too and Black Lives Matter movements. And we even spoke via video l…
 
We are discussing strategies for keeping the house clean, if that's important to you, including how to get kids to help. We talk with Jamie Wright about divorce after a long marriage. And BJ shares help for ongoing anxiety in the midst of a pandemic.In this episode we also talk about: The Circle Home Internet Monitor The Half of It on Netflix Buy N…
 
Anna Palsteva is a researcher at the NYC Urban Soils Institute where she studies soil contamination and remediation. She also teaches at Brooklyn College, New York University, New York Botanical Gardens, and Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. She graduated from the PhD Program in Earth and Environmental Science at the Graduate Center. The post Earth and E…
 
Dentist offices in some states are beginning to reopen for non-emergency services this week. Dr. Romesh Nalliah, clinical professor of dentistry at the University of Michigan, joins us to discuss the challenges dentists and hygienists are facing in the era of coronavirus. And, there's growing consensus that human destruction of pristine habitats is…
 
Disney is putting rules in place like requiring visitors to wear face masks and undergo temperature checks. The company has also issued a warning — saying come at your own risk. Martin Lewison, known as Professor Roller Coaster, joins us. Also, newspapers owned by Tribune Publishing have been forced to accept furloughs and pay cuts that will last b…
 
The Daily Beast just reported that the upcoming FX documentary AKA Jane Roe reveals that Norma McCorvey, aka "Jane Roe" of Roe v. Wade, admitted on film that her anti-choice conversion was "all an act." On this emergency episode of Boom! Lawyered, Jess and Imani react to the shocking news and what it means for the abortion rights fight ahead. For m…
 
Nearly 1.5 million lupus patients depend on hydroxycholoroquine, but since the coronavirus pandemic caught fire in March, the drug has been hard to come by. Lupus patient Stacie Beland joins us to discuss how she has been affected by the shortages. And, SalesForce executive Elizabeth Pinkham joins us to discuss the ways that offices and office cult…
 
As students of all ages adjust to online classes during the pandemic, one course that can be hard to teach virtually is science. But for some teachers, where there's a will, there's a way. WBEZ's Kate McGee reports. Also, some increasingly popular air conditioning systems don't bring in enough fresh air. University of Maryland environmental health …
 
What's going on with covid-19. The latest news from Sweden which never shutdown. The Navajo Nation and what we need to keep foremost in our minds. We will be discussing my book, The Journey From Lunatic to Lunaqueen. Conscious conception. Pregnancy by Choice, Not By Chance, Choice Begins Before Sex Coping with emotions during trying times! Audio cl…
 
In this episode, we speak with the organizers from the Creating Balance in an Unjust World (CBUW) conference. This was CBUW’s 9th conference bringing together educators, parents, students, activists, and community members to explore the connections between STEAMM (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics, and making) education and social…
 
On February 23, 2020, Ahmaud Arbery was jogging in his suburban neighborhood when two white men, a father and son, decided Arbery might be the culprit of a suspected robbery. They got in their truck, chased him, and ultimately shot him. News reports have referred to the incident as a “shooting,” a “murder,” and a “killing.” But lawyer and commentat…
 
The killing of an unarmed black man, Ahmaud Arbery, by two white men in Georgia went largely unnoticed until video of the February shooting went viral earlier this month. Now the father and son face murder charges -- but will Georgia's "Stand Your Ground" law block their conviction? Support Criminal Injustice at $5/month to unlock extra bonus episo…
 
In mid-March, nursing home owner Tyson Belanger decided to take a unique approach to prevent the spread of COVID-19: offering staff up to $20,000 a month to move into RVs he rented and placed on site. Belanger talks to host Robin Young about his plan and how other facilities could make it work. Also, beaches in Los Angeles reopened after closing to…
 
At least 150 children in the U.S. are now believed to have contracted pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome, a new illness thought to be connected to COVID-19. Amber Dean, a Hornell, New York, mother of three joins us to discuss her 9-year-old son Bobby who is recovering from the illness. And, we hear from an exterminator about how rats have…
 
The genius of nature’s design, recipes and principles is serving as the inspiration for redesigning human civilization. This Biomimicry revolution is spawning a next industrial revolution. Biomimicry masters Janine Benyus and Jay Harman illuminate the forefront of nature-inspired design, including human organization and the power of networks. For m…
 
Set Your Alarm to wake up 7am CST to Monday Morning Mindfulness Higher Learning with ZeldaSpeaks and Learn how to increae your positive vibrations and increase your awareness of moving to the next level of higher consciousness, During Challenging Times! What Frequency You're Operating From & How It Affects Your Immune System Andrew Calhoun and Jodi…
 
Wow, summer is upon us. We've been in for 2 months now and we've done some virtural travel but now we want to get out beyond the food store. Where is it safe to travel? How can we travel safely? So many questions and we have some answers. Our guest today is Dr. Ayesha Hakeem, Executive Director of African Connections, a company specializing in Trav…
 
In this episode we discuss the killing of Ahmaud Arbery. A lot of white people are being confronted for the first time with the injustice of racism and unsure how to process it. Others are perplexed why race has to be dragged into the equation at all. In this conversation, Branden turns the questions on Mark to discuss how the unexamined identities…
 
The World Health Organization warned this week that the coronavirus "may never go away," even after there is a vaccine. We analyze this and other news with Lawrence Gostin, professor of law at Georgetown University and director of the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law. And, most Americans eat far more salt that they should and it…
 
Grammy award-winning gospel artist Kirk Franklin is flooding social media with at home concerts and entertaining videos to uplift people in these difficult times. We chat with him about his message of hope, expansive career and activism. Also, an official from the European Union is proposing a gradual lifting of border restrictions to kick start su…
 
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