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Think is a daily, topic-driven interview and call-in program hosted by Krys Boyd covering a wide variety of topics ranging from history, politics, current events, science, technology and emerging trends to food and wine, travel, adventure, and entertainment.
 
This is where we come to escape. To be free. This is your place. My place. Our space to be smart as fuck, loud as fuck, sexy as fuck, and black as fuck. No judgements, No fears, No restrictions. Just two Black girls spreading their magic unapologetically. Welcome to Tha Haven
 
Scott and Forrest have been called the 'Click and Clack of esoterica' by their listeners. Their mission is to take a look at legendary strange and unusual events from throughout history and interview people who've had close encounters with the unexplained. They strive to bring you everything that's entertaining about those stories and remind you that it's ok to laugh at scary stories sometimes. Put your headphones on, settle in for your commute and get ready to experience a show like nothing ...
 
Interviews with kickass Indigenous women doing things differently! I invite you to look at the world through a different lens, a personal lens, a cultural lens, a lens made by and made for us – mā hine, mō hine, kia hine!
 
La aventuroj de Alicio en Mirlando (angle Alice's Adventures in Wonderland) estas verko de porinfana literaturo de la brita matematikisto kaj verkisto, pastro Charles Lutwidge Dodgson sub plumnomo Lewis Carroll. ?i rakontas la historion de knabino nomata Alice [elis] (en esperantlingvaj tradukoj a? Alicio, a? Alico) kiu falas tra kuniklotruon en fantazian regnon populitan per parolantaj krea?oj kaj antropomorfaj ludkartoj. La fabelo estas plenplena de satiraj alludoj al la amikoj de Dodgson ...
 
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India’s formal caste system is well-known – and an argument can be made that it’s time America came to terms with its own rigid hierarchy. Isabel Wilkerson is a winner of the Pulitzer Prize, a National Humanities Medal and a National Book Critics Circle Award for Nonfiction, and she joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the categories Americans are bo…
 
Marketing your business with virtual retreats and challenges If you run live events as part of your marketing strategy, you don’t have to miss out this year. There’s an exciting new demand for virtual retreats and challenges that has sprung up, thanks to COVID-19. That’s according to my guest on today’s podcast, Kera Wasserbatch of On the Edge Even…
 
In Part Three, the commercial-free final "mega-sode" of our D. B. Cooper series, we continue with the FBI's profiling of the infamous skyjacker and learn of their Lead Agents' conclusions, Ralph P. Himmelsbach and Larry Carr. While the FBI investigation would practically come to a dead-end stalemate with their inability to "prove culpability beyond…
 
The introvert’s guide to building a personal brand By its very nature, building a personal brand business is about being seen. It’s all about networking, and for introverts, that’s about as scary as it gets! The thought of making yourself visible, whether in person or in the content you put out, is daunting, exhausting even, for an introvert, in ot…
 
Keeping a secret can feel like the hard part – but as it turns out, it’s specifically the power of that secret to detach us from others that actually wears us out. Michael L. Slepian, Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Associate Professor of Leadership and Ethics at Columbia Business School, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the things we choose to hide a…
 
In 1961, the Dallas Citizens Council, made up of all white men, commissioned a video promoting inclusion and opportunity in Dallas. The goal: race issues here would not interfere with business. Bob Ray Sanders, a former reporter and editor with both the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and KERA, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the documentary “At the Cr…
 
Before he took his shot, Leslie Odom, Jr., almost quit acting altogether. That of course was before the Tony Award and the Grammy Award for playing Aaron Burr in “Hamilton” and becoming a bestselling author of “Failing Up: How to Take Risks, Aim Higher, and Never Stop Learning.” He joins host Krys Boyd to talk about his extraordinary career – and h…
 
Melanoma is a dangerous skin cancer with clear warning signs — that is, if you have white skin. Dr. Jenna Lester is an assistant professor of dermatology at the University of California, San Francisco, where she is the founding director of the Skin of Color Program. She joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the gap between skin cancer statistics — sur…
 
In this installment of Giving Voice, host Lindsey Beckley speaks with Susan Hall Dotson and Kisha Tandy about the suffrage movement in the African American communities at the state and national level. The discussion touches on issues of inclusion, storytelling, and the importance of telling a richer version of the suffrage story than what is often …
 
To date, 2020 has seen one of the most active wildfire and hurricane seasons on record. People in the path of these disasters are running out of options and many are considering simply moving. Abrahm Lustgarten, senior environmental reporter with ProPublica, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about projections of global migration patterns modeled just 50…
 
What if gender equality was just a math problem we haven’t yet solved? Eugenia Cheng is Scientist in Residence at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a math professor at the University of Sheffield, and she joins host Krys Boyd to talk about taking mathematical concepts and applying them to an issue we’ve wrestled with throughout human h…
 
Kristin Ross (Ngāti Kahu, Ngāti Tara) is an entrepreneur, a producer and a creative. If you have tamariki, you will likely know her best as the founder and creator of the first Māori speaking dolls, and associated cartoon, Pipi Mā. Kristin and her husband produce Māori language content for digital and television broadcast, and while te reo Māori is…
 
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death sent shockwaves through America’s legal and political landscapes – and triggered an outpouring of grief among Americans inspired by the trails she blazed for women. Linda Hirshman joins host Krys Boyd to talk about Ginsburg’s legacy – and about what an opening on the court could mean for the presidential election. Hirshm…
 
The U.S. military once had an idea to strap bombs to bats. Meanwhile, the intelligence services thought of digging a spy tunnel under the Soviet embassy. Vince Houghton, historian and curator of the International Spy Museum, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about these and other wacky ideas that ultimately never came to fruition. His book is called “Nu…
 
5 Saleable lead magnet ideas Lead magnets are a great marketing tool if you want to grow your business. Usually they are free resources that you give away in return for capturing people’s email addresses to help you grow your audience. But you can also create saleable lead magnets that have a marketing value all of their own. Saleable lead magnets …
 
When a child is rushed to the emergency room, doctors are on alert: not only to triage the crisis but to look for signs of abuse. Stephanie Clifford joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how child abuse cases often hinge on a doctor’s assessment of the situation. Her story “When the Misdiagnosis is Child Abuse” was published by The Marshall Project.…
 
Latinos are not a monolithic group – despite societal and governmental attempts to categorize them as such. Laura E. Gómez is professor of Law, Sociology, and Chicana/Chicano Studies at UCLA and the co-founder and faculty director of the Critical Race Studies Program there. She joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the dynamic Latino experience and th…
 
Studies show most parents can’t muster the courage to talk to their children about racism. And in this case, the thought doesn’t count. Fordham University psychology professor Tiffany Yip joins host Krys Boyd to talk about what an anti-racist conversation with children should sound like and why it’s not happening as often as it should.…
 
Dementia erases the very things that make people who they are – and it often leaves their loved ones unsure of how to interact with the person who remains. Lynn Casteel Harper is a chaplain and minister for older adults at The Riverside Church in New York City, and she joins host Krys Boyd to talk about honoring the human when caring for someone wi…
 
The paper that a $100 bill is printed on is only worth something because we all agree that it is. Jacob Goldstein, co-host of NPR’s “Planet Money,” joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how our world goes ‘round in large part because we’ve all swallowed hard and agreed to not ask too much about the real value of currency. His new book is called “Money…
 
High school senior year comes with rapid coming-of-age lessons and high-stakes college entrance exams, equal-opportunity stressors that affect both the rich and poor. Jeff Hobbs joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the Los Angeles boys he followed for 12 months to tell their stories of working toward their higher-education goals amid atmospheres of r…
 
How you say “park the car at Harvard yard” is a pretty good indicator of where and how you grew up –- one little sentence with a lifetime of prejudices baked in. Katherine Kinzler, professor of psychology at the University of Chicago, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the biased ways we view dialects and accents. Her book is “How You Say It: Why Y…
 
Martin Luther King, Jr. dreamed that his kids “will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” And in the years that followed, it seems Hollywood didn’t quite get the message. Justin Gomer is an assistant professor of American studies at California State University, Long Beach, and he joins host Krys Boyd to ta…
 
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