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Umoja seeks to transform the way the United Nations Secretariat manages its administration, in both business processes and Information Technology solutions. The Umoja Podcast will feature monthly interviews with UN senior officials, key stakeholders and staff at large who will share their insight about Umoja and how it will affect the Organization.
 
Select programming from KMOJ's airwaves and community voices. Since first going “on the air” in 1976, KMOJ-89.9-FM continues its legacy as the community-oriented station located in Minneapolis, Minnesota airing a predominantly urban adult contemporary format. “KMOJ’s Community Viewpoint” is one way the station achieves its mission of engaging, supporting and empowering Communities of Color to elevate the way of life of the people of its community and to challenge social and economic disparit ...
 
As in the message of Bob Marley, this show is about Unity {Umoja}. "How good and how pleasant it would be before God and man to witness the unification of all Afrikans!" Afrika Unite is a Talk Radio Show that addresses issues relevant to people of Afrikan Descent in Afrika and around the Afrikan Diaspora. MwalimuSpeaks is an entrepreneur, a philosopher, spiritual teacher, motivational messenger, writer, and singer. His life’s work is now dedicated to assisting in breaking down the barriers t ...
 
What we don’t know about American history hurts us all. Teaching Hard History begins with the long legacy of slavery and reaches through the civil rights movement to the present day. Brought to you by Teaching Tolerance and hosted by Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries, Teaching Hard History brings us the lessons we should have learned in school through the voices of scholars and educators. It’s good advice for teachers and good information for everybody.
 
The Emphatic Truth podcast is curated by host Tavon Harris, serial entrepreneur, activist and workforce development trainer from Baltimore, Md. The aim of the podcast is to; motivate, uplift and collaborate with the black community. Through this podcast you will be challenged to think holistically and intuitively about your purpose in the world. Weekly podcast on current events around education, justice systems and laws that effect us all. We invite topic submissions, interviews and other bu ...
 
This Sawyer Seminar, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, seeks to advance critical understanding of where data comes from and how it is used, setting the present moment within a century-long history of information supply and its power-laden consequences. Our year-long seminar—uniting two dozen Pittsburgh-area faculty, graduate students, and practitioners with fourteen leading international scholars who will visit us as guest speakers—sets the present moment within a century-long histo ...
 
Jua Haki Zako ni makala yanayokuelimisha juu ya umuhimu wa kufahamu haki zako na sheria halali zilizomo kwenye jamii, mataifa na dunia kwa ujumla. Jua Haki Zako itakuelimisha juu ya masuala mbalimbali ya kisheria ndani ya Afrika Mashariki, Afrika na Duniani kwa ujumla.
 
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Happy Kwanzaa! It's the first day of Kwanza and I wanted to share a brief history of the cultural tradition amongst the Black Family. In this podcast, I discuss the history of Kwanzaa, AKA ”Black Christmas” the purpose behind the pan-African studies, and ways to celebrate with your family this year. This year has certainly been a year worth reflect…
 
If you're finding this podcast useful, please support us by taking our Listener Survey—only 10 questions—at tolerance.org/podcasts. And stay tuned! More episodes are on the way. In the meantime, if you're looking for ways to talk with students about the relationship between the hard history of white supremacy and the insurrection at the U.S. Capito…
 
Peace Family! 🌍 In this podcast we discuss the importance of networking, failing fast, and owning your future as a young person. I am joined by young professionals @juice.archives and @tommyj_3 who share some key advice every young person should hear! Please share and be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel: The Emphatic Truth TV #theemphatictr…
 
In this podcast, I am joined by Author, Entrepreneur Abdoul Muhammed @pharaoh_heru . We discuss the importance and struggles with Growth and Separation. Building a foundation for 2021 starts today. What's interesting about life is, many of the skills you need to be successful is already inside of you. It's manifesting those skills into the perfecti…
 
From the hard work of organizing to the reality of everyday life under Jim Crow, films and literature can bring historical context to life for students. In this episode, we recommend several “must use” films, books, poems and plays for teaching the civil rights movement. We also discuss strategies for incorporating these works across the curricula …
 
Lt. Governor Flanagan gave a COVID-19 vaccine briefing to Minnesotans. She outlined the three principles that will guide our distribution of the vaccine:Immunize for impact: Maximize immediate health benefit, reduce death, and minimize the harm created by COVID-19 by starting with those most susceptible to serious complications and those who care f…
 
Celina Martina, Minneapolis Public Schools Executive Director of Engagement and External Relations visits with Freddie Bell and Chantel SinGs about the District's School Readiness Request season. She shares how families can explore schools, and submit a request for the next school year.By KMOJ-89.9 FM “The People’s Station”
 
Everyone thinks they know the story, but the real history of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott is even better. This episode details the events that set the stage for Ms. Parks’ civil disobedience. You’ll meet the leaders and organizations who transformed a moment of activism into a 13-month campaign. And you’ll learn about the community tha…
 
Michael Osterholm, a member of President-elect Joe Biden's transition COVID-19 advisory board, said measures are urgently needed to help curb the spread and prevent hospitals from being "overrun." He told Freddie Bell that Americans help control the spread by "not swapping air."By KMOJ-89.9 FM “The People’s Station”
 
Osorio says staff and students are thinking outside the box during the pandemic. The District has partnered with 3M to provide at-home learning experiences for 3rd graders. In addition, the 622 teams have created a Virtual Calming Room, (isd622.org/virtualcalmingroom)By KMOJ-89.9 FM “The People’s Station”
 
To fully understand the United States today, we have to comprehend the central role that slavery played in our nation’s past. That legacy is also the foundation for understanding the civil rights movement and its place within the history of the Black freedom struggle. This episode is a special look back at our first season. It explores and expands …
 
The interviewee in this episode is Dr. Melissa Finucane. The interviewer is Briana Wipf. The website for the seminar can be found at https://infoecosystems.pitt.edu, where listeners can find more information about the Sawyer Seminar. Our blog can be found at https://infoeco.hcommons.org/, and our Twitter account is @Info_Ecosystems. Dr. Finucane’s …
 
You cannot teach the civil rights movement without talking about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. But it’s critical that students deconstruct the mythology surrounding the movement’s most iconic figure to learn about the man, not just the hero. The real Dr. King held beliefs that evolved over time. A complex man, he was part of a much larger movement—one…
 
The Civil Rights Movement was never strictly a Southern phenomenon. To better understand the Jim Crow North, we explore discrimination and Black protest in places like Milwaukee, Omaha, Cleveland and New York. To examine the Black Freedom Movement beyond the South, we examine the Black-led fights to gain access to decent housing, secure quality edu…
 
Armed resistance and nonviolent direct action co-existed throughout the civil rights era. In this episode, three historians confront some comfortable assumptions about nonviolence and self-defense. Wesley Hogan examines the evolution, value and limitations of nonviolence in the movement. Christopher Strain offers a three-part strategy for rethinkin…
 
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