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Best All Girls Considered podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best All Girls Considered podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we've just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org. A proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX. Learn more at radiotopia.fm.
 
Welcome to the internet’s most inclusive nerd culture podcast! Each Wednesday, your hosts David and Ted push the boundaries of what’s considered “geeky” by covering a diverse array of topics. So if you’re a fan of comic books, technology, movies, video games, or cosplay (or all of the above!), whether you’re a nerdy novice or pro, you have come to the right podcast!
 
21+! Listen as Jacqui travels around trying [craft] beer, cider and things considered beers. She'll meet new people, bring friends along but ultimately you'll learn about the breweries, beer and (hopefully) have a few laughs. We'll talk about mental health in women and how drinking impacts that along with gender stigmas in alcohol and what we can do to work through all this [stuff].
 
Hey it's your girl Jas and I've come to the conclusion that I've been living a lie. All my life I've been considered an extrovert, but in reality I prefer my own company to others, I'm a homebody, and I get drained after long social outings. Turns out I may be an introvert. I over-think and I tend to rant....so I figured I'd share these moments with you. Tune in!
 
Pro Cheerleading Podcast: The Truth Behind the Poms is the only podcast that gives you a raw and unfiltered perspective of what it's really like to be a professional cheerleader. Hosted by Mhkeeba Pate, a former attorney and NFL Cheerleader for five seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, this groundbreaking podcast finally gives pro cheerleaders a voice on issues facing the pro cheerleading community. Whether you're currently on a professional team, an alumni or really curious about the audition ...
 
This is a timeless classic expressing the universal message that every aspect of life should be looked at in a positive way. It follows the actions of its protagonist, eleven-year old Pollyanna who goes to live with her stern Aunty Polly, where she faces many challenges with a smile on her face. The best-selling novel begins with the introduction of Pollyanna who goes to live in Vermont with her strict Aunt Polly after the death of her parents which have left her an orphan. The young heroine ...
 
Two young children arrive in a small frontier settlement on the wild and desolate plains of Nebraska, on the same day and by the same train. Jim Burden is a ten year old orphan from Virginia who has come to live with his grandparents, while Antonia Shimerda who's the same age as Jim, arrives with her large, immigrant family from Eastern Europe to try and eke out a living in the New World. The children find themselves thrown together as they live in adjoining farms. Jim tutors Antonia in Engl ...
 
Nat Love was born a slave, emancipated into abject poverty, grew up riding the range as a cowboy and spent his maturity riding the rails as a Pullman Porter. For me, the most amazing thing about him is that despite the circumstances of his life, which included being owned like a farm animal solely because of the color of his skin and spending later decades living and working as an equal with white coworkers, he was an unrepentant racist! Convinced that the only good Indian was a dead one, an ...
 
In 2015, Rosie Waterland published her first book, a memoir called "The Anti-Cool Girl". The book is about her childhood, her growing up, and her becoming an adult; all with mentally ill, drug and alcohol addicted parents, child protection, foster care, caravans and couches. There were crazy and very difficult times but also some funny times too. Rosie is 30 now, her mum Lisa is now 53. Since the book came out, the one question Rosie is always asked is more than any other is, "Has your Mum r ...
 
Utah Women 20/20 is a UPR original series exploring the unique challenges and opportunities facing women in Utah today. We’ll explore gender parity, the #MeToo movement, elections, and much more. This series will air on Utah Public Radio during NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered and UPR’s Access Utah, throughout fall 2018. Support for Utah Women 20/20 is provided in part by our members and: The Utah Women’s Giving Circle , a grassroots community with everyday philanthropists rai ...
 
"I think that I shall never see, a poem as lovely as a tree; A tree whose hungry mouth is presd against the sweet earth's flowing breast ...". Almost all of us, including myself of course, have heard and enjoyed those famous words which begin Kilmer's poem, Trees. There is even a National Forest in the United States named in honor of this poem. Here is a recording of the entire book of poems in which it was first published in 1914. Joyce Kilmer was an American writer and poet mainly remember ...
 
I'm EbonyJanice of #TheFreePeopleProject. I am a Hip Hop Womanist. You can follow the hashtag #PreachEb on IG to learn more about how I literally am Rap Genius for Hip Hop Lyrics and Scripture. This podcast is about all things hip hop and religion/spirituality. I'll be here every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month! www.hiphopwomanist.com || Email hiphopwomanist@gmail.com to answer weekly Cypher question!
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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Let's cut to the chase: the Hamilton film has arrived, and it's great. Four years after Lin-Manuel Miranda's show won 11 Tony Awards, you can watch an original Broadway cast performance at home. The film is now available on Disney+. It's a chance to see already legendary performances from Daveed Diggs, Leslie Odom Jr., and Phillipa Soo, among other…
 
Episode #61 finds our Geeks talking more cosplay, with the help of their friend Mimi Battaglia. Mimi has her hand in several facets of both cosplay and conventions. She’s not only a cosplayer herself, but also runs several different panels at conventions, and has her own bath bomb business “Bat’s Baths”. Check out Mimi's bath and hygiene products o…
 
In this week's episode, Mhkeeba interviews Nicole R. Smith about her experiences going to over 20 professional cheerleading auditions and getting cut that led to her writing her book, Game On!: Relentlessly Pursue Your Dreams. She also discusses the pros and cons of virtual auditions shared by listeners and shares a special message to directors on …
 
Close watchers of smart television know Michaela Coel from Chewing Gum, the acclaimed comedy series she created and starred in. Her new show on HBO is called I May Destroy You. It's just as strong, but finds her going in an entirely new direction. Coel plays Arabella, a writer whose life changes one night while she's sexually assaulted at a nightcl…
 
In Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods, four Black war veterans return to Vietnam. They're there to retrieve the remains of a fellow soldier, who died on the battlefield. They're also after millions of dollars' worth of gold bars they'd hidden during the war. Da 5 Bloods was supposed to roll out in theaters this summer; instead, it dropped on Netflix earlier t…
 
In this week's episode, Mhkeeba shares the most recent updates regarding how the risks of COVID-19 and the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement are weighing in on both college and pro athletes' decisions of whether to sit out the 2020-21 season. She raises the question of whether pro cheerleaders should sit out this season and what may be requ…
 
Episode #60 finds our Geeks celebrating the wonderful world of cosplay! With the help of friend/cosplayer/prop-maker Gabe Silva, we chat about our first experiences with cosplay, what goes into the DIY side of cosplay, and the possibility of making it a legit business. We then dole out some helpful tips and tricks for listeners that might be intere…
 
Giancarlo Esposito has appeared in dozens of TV shows and movies — from several of Spike Lee's early films, to his role as Gus Fring on Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. In this interview from Bullseye, Esposito talks about the complexity of his characters, his time on The Electric Company and his work on Do the Right Thing. Plus, we talk to him a…
 
In 2017, the #MeToo movement brought to light accusations of sexual abuse and misconduct against powerful people in entertainment. Most of the women whose allegations received detailed media consideration were white, and so were most of the men they accused. But late that year, a number of women, several of them black women, alleged sexual assault …
 
Mhkeeba shares her thoughts on how pro cheerleaders should get back to life and still continue to get educated on the social and human rights issues, practice self-reflection and self care, and keep up the momentum from the social activism to make changes in their communities. She discusses how the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders and Indianapolis Colts…
 
In The King Of Staten Island, comedian Pete Davidson plays a wayward stoner whose life isn't going anywhere. He still lives with his mom, he doesn't have a job, and his plans for his life involve a vague — and foolish — plan to open "a tattoo restaurant." The film is directed by Judd Apatow, who also made Knocked Up, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, and Tra…
 
If you’re on Instagram, there’s a decent chance you’ve seen a picture of one particular building called the Yardhouse. It was designed by the London-based architecture collective Assemble. The design of the building had a lot to say about creating spaces that were functional, collaborative, and inexpensive. But people on Instagram mainly saw a pret…
 
Episode #59 finds our Geeks nerding out over Sony’s big Playstation 5 showcase last week! We chat about the new console itself and some of its features, as well as all the games we’re excited about. If you enjoy listening to our podcast, please consider becoming one of our Patreon donors. Tiers start at only $2, and come with some awesome perks! If…
 
The new Apple TV+ series Central Park is an animated musical with a lot of interesting DNA. It shares creative and performing talent with Bob's Burgers, Frozen, and Hamilton, among other projects. The show follows the manager of New York's Central Park, who tries to keep the park safe from trash overflows, a demanding public, and city politics.…
 
Goes to the Movies #22 finds our Geeks celebrating the 60th anniversary of Alfred Hitchcock’s incomparable horror classic “Psycho”, with the help of friend and podcast alum Shauna Hoyt. Join us as we break down several aspects of the film, including the elements that made it a great horror movie, why/how it holds up after 60 years, and of course th…
 
Mhkeeba invites Black former professional cheerleaders to share their experiences dealing with racial inequities and microaggressions while cheering in the NFL and what changes need to be made in the pro cheerleading community for people of color. Alumni from the Oakland Raiderettes - Jazzmine Duke, Cincinnati Ben Gals - Renee Williams and Tennesse…
 
Sales are surging for books like Ibram X. Kendi's 'How To Be Anti-Racist,' Robin DiAngelo's 'White Fragility,' and Michelle Alexander's 'The New Jim Crow.' That's in part because these titles often appear on so-called "anti-racist reading lists." But what is an anti-racist reading list for? We talk with Lauren Michele Jackson, an Assistant Professo…
 
A wedding was once seen as a start of young adulthood. Now, a wedding has come to represent a crowning achievement -- a symbol that your whole life is together and you have accrued the time and space and resources to afford your ascent to another level of fulfillment. And there's no greater symbol for this day, and all the pressure it brings, than …
 
Right now, many of us are thinking about the ways we can start to address the shortfalls in our own knowledge that have grown out of structural racism in every part of life, entertainment very much included. And if you're looking for one place to start, we want to point you toward Slate's Black Film Canon. Four years ago, Slate published a list of …
 
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