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If you have a passion for the Spanish language, Latin music, and travel, then this podcast is for you. Learn to speak Spanish like a native speaker with weekly conversations and fun, music-based Spanish lessons. If you want to be fluent in Spanish, the best way to learn Spanish is to immerse yourself in the culture. Learn Spanish fast that you can use in real world Spanish conversations and close your Spanish grammar textbooks. Whether you're a Spanish beginner or intermediate Spanish learne ...
 
Men and women in midlife are drawn to Mary Rogers’ honest take on the experiences of the empty nest, aging parents, spending an inheritance, dating and sex, travel, downsizing things, trashing bad habits and figuring out who you want to be now that you really are all almost grow up. The podcast is always smart, usually funny, and occasionally painfully real in speaking to the cusp of GenX and Baby Boomers.
 
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Can travel be more than just a fun thing to do? Could it also provide some benefit and learning experiences later in life? I have always thought this and this is why I have relentlessly travelled the world and now have been to over 80 countries. I have always thought that I was planting the seeds of wisdom while in faraway lands. Through experiences with foreign people, cultures, concepts, and ways of doing things I learned much more than anything I could've done while at home. I interview a ...
 
The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly, hour-long interview program featuring artists, historians, authors, curators and conservators. Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Sebastian Smee called The MAN Podcast “one of the great archives of the art of our time.” When the US chapter of the International Association of Art Critics gave host Tyler Green one of its inaugural awards for criticism in 2014, it included a special citation for The MAN Podcast.
 
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This story of a midlife pivot goes south, way south - to Ecuador. Meet Amelia (52) and JP (49), American Expatriates living in Ecuador since 2017 when they faced the fact that they had no choice but to leave the United States. Full show notes https://www.experience50.com/241 Get exclusive updates on Mary's Leaving America Pivot https://www.experien…
 
Implicit Bias in Preschool Teachers In a study to detect implicit bias, preschool teachers were instructed to watch a video of four young children (black and white, boy and girl) and identify potential behavioral issues. By tracking their eyes, the study showed that the teachers watched the black children more closely for behavioral problems than w…
 
Episode No. 487 features curators Marshall N. Price and Elizabeth Finch, and artist Candice Lin. Price and Finch are the co-curators of "Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948-60." The exhibition examines Lichtenstein's early work, with particular attention to Lichtenstein's synthesis of European modernism, American painting and contemporary…
 
Adalia Aborisade is not your typical expat. She left the US in 2016 and moved with her daughter and dog to Honduras. She has since settled in Mexico City, opting to retire to city life instead of white sand beaches. In our conversation, Adalia shares her experiences living abroad while Black, including: ✔️ what happened when she had to interact wit…
 
Register for Women in Language (March 4 - 7, 2021) ➡️ https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/womeninlanguage ______________________________________________________________________________ We want to hear from you! Let us know how we're doing por favor! Leave us a rating & review in Apple Podcasts and we just might give you a shout out on a future epi…
 
Join Nicole and Becky this week as they talk about how they are being mindful about their habits in order to have a healthier 2021, how it's okay to not be okay (and okay to be okay), and how all this relates to drag queens. If you haven't yet, listen to episode 106 with Gizele Monae and follow her on Instagram @mizzgizzy to be inspired, too. You c…
 
This week on In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. discusses the physical and psychological toll on African Americans’ daily lives as a result of systemic racism with Mary-Frances Winters, founder and president of The Winters Group, Inc. and author of Black Fatigue: How Racism Erodes the Mind, Body, and Spirit.…
 
Joan Lunden, former host of Good Morning America, meets with the Experience 50 Virtual Book Club to chat about her latest book, Why Did I Come Into This Room, A Candid Conversation on Aging. Full show notes https://www.experience50.com/240 Become a Patron to JOIN our book club https://www.experience50.com/donate LEND YOUR VOICE to the podcast! Send…
 
Episode No. 486 features artists Baseera Khan and Amy Franceschini of Futurefarmers. Kahn and Futurefarmers are among the artists included in "Climate Changing: On Artists, Institutions, and the Social Environment" at the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio through May 9. The exhibition looks at how artists engage with social issues and ho…
 
Achieving Education Equity Championing Indigenous students to be successful in school systems starts with school curriculums – telling the accurate history of the United States – and leadership that represents the Indigenous Americans they serve. Schools need to create spaces where Indigenous students can be unapologetically Indigenous by building …
 
En este episodio, regresa Kesia Sosa para compartirnos como se celebra el día de la independencia en la República Dominicana. Ella explica un poquito sobre la historia de República Dominicana y la relación complicada entre el país y su vecino Haiti que comparten la misma isla. Escucha temporada 2 del podcast Dominican Spanish 101 at dominicanspanis…
 
Join Becky and Nicole as they talk with Tamara Nelson from Sox of Love about the true meaning of community. Sox of Love is celebrating their fifth Soxiversary of serving the homeless community of OKC. Tamara and Sox of Love and their sister organization, Laundry Love, are striving to bring humanity back to the underserved and overlooked humans in t…
 
Midlife divorce. Hear Dr. Katy Jane's story of divorce, including the business and financial losses which led to her becoming one pissed-off yogi. Her anger was preceded by denial and guilt and when she discovered that her husband had destroyed her business and livelihood - leaving her with only $500 to her name - that is when she allowed herself t…
 
Child Separation Policy’s History The United States has a long history of using child separation to further racial nationalism. The two main groups targeted by these terrorizing policies were African Americans and Native Americans. Enslaved families were routinely split up, and Black families continue to suffer from child separation today thanks to…
 
Episode No. 485 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a holiday week clips episode featuring former curator and historian Kelli Morgan. Earlier this week, Charles Venable, the director of Newfields, the institution formerly and best known as the Indianapolis Museum of Art, resigned in the wake of the museum's publishing a series of racist job postings…
 
Malcolm X was an intriguing leader of the Black Power movement in the early 1960s, in part because of two sides of his persona – charismatic and angry. The origins of those traits are part of “The Dead Are Rising,” the biography of Malcolm X compiled by journalist Les Payne and his daughter Tamara Payne. Malcolm Little was born in Omaha, Nebraska i…
 
In this episode, I'm answering a listener question that you may have been thinking about lately. Christen asked how she can learn Spanish with her husband and two daughters. I give 5 tips for how to learn Spanish as a family, ideas for activities in Spanish you can do together, and several resources to help you get started. Go to our show notes pag…
 
Join Nicole and Becky this week as they talk with Alice Connor and Annette Jennings about farming in the 1700s, how 4000 hours on one game really isn't that much, and just wanting a quest. It's a conversation about women (and girls) in gaming. You can hear previous guests answer our 10 goofy questions by becoming a $5 patron at patreon.com/twisteds…
 
Amy Newmark's 50th birthday included a newly empty nest and the purchase of Chicken Soup For The Soul. She didn't just buy a book, she bought the company. Now 63, Amy speaks with Mary Rogers about her own midlife transitions while discussing the latest CSFTS book, Age Is Just A Number, 101 Tales of Humor and Wisdom for Life After 60. Full Show Note…
 
Colorblind Organizing US unions traditionally operate on a 'colorblind' approach to organizing, but focusing on class issues alone often fails to acknowledge that class is also racially coded. Unions need to combat racial disparities and inequality within its own membership and leadership. Diverse leadership brings lived experience to decision-maki…
 
Episode No. 484 features historian Deborah Willis and artist Leidy Churchman. Willis is the author of "The Black Civil War Soldier: A Visual History of Conflict and Citizenship," which was just published by New York University Press. The book joins 99 photographs of Black Civil War soldiers and Black men and women who served within military regimen…
 
Latasha Moore went from waiting anxiously to finding out if she qualified for a study abroad program to applying for her first bilingual job, and finally starting her own business. In our conversation, we talk about: What qualifications you really need to work abroad (*spoiler alert: you DON'T need to pass any difficult exams to do it) How cultural…
 
Join Nicole and Becky this week as they talk with Mandisa Thomas about growing up during a time of change, seeing religion from an outsider's perspective, and not waiting for problems to resolve themselves.The documentaries that Mandisa mentioned: Contradiction, Holy Hierarchy Mandisa Thomas is the founder and President of Black Nonbelievers, Inc.F…
 
This week on In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. speaks with Larry “Lak” Henderson, known as The Hip Hop Educator and founder and CEO of Smart Music Entertainment, along with legendary rapper Capone, who have recently collaborated on a new brand called SmartThug, which uses hip hop as an educational tool.…
 
Government Created Segregation The US government codified overt segregation in housing policy at the beginning of the 20th century. The New Deal created the Federal Housing Administration, which required all new public or government-backed housing developments to be segregated. Zoning laws and plans around the country segregrated urban areas that w…
 
Episode No. 483 features artists Alison Saar and Maria Antelman. The Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College in Claremont, Calif. and the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, Calif. are presenting "Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe" through May 16. The exhibition, which was curated by Rebecca McGrew and Irene Tsatsos, surveys Saar's work related …
 
What is the Filibuster? In the Senate, a bill passes if it receives more than half of the vote. To bring a vote to the floor, the Majority Leader asks Senate members if anyone has any objections before moving to a simple majority vote. If any member objects, the filibuster comes into play. The filibuster forces a debate on the bill. A ‘cloture’ vot…
 
In 2016, Daniel packed up everything to move from the San Francisco Bay Area to Medellín, Colombia. He soon found that having conversations with the locals in Spanish beyond basic interactions was a challenge. Drawing up his experience with language learning and the tech world, he began to experiment with the idea of creating a solution for interme…
 
This week on In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. speaks with Bishop Wayne T. Jackson, co-founder and CEO of The Impact Network, the world’s largest independent African American faith-based television network, as the network celebrates ten years of programming for African American and multicultural audiences.…
 
Welcome to the 4th installment of the Twisterds Movie Club. This month we watched and talked about the Regina King directed Amazon original One Night in Miami. Join us for the fangirling, stay for Nicole's history research. Mentioned in episode: Dr Bernice King on Twitter Round table with cast and director of One Night in Miami By becoming a $5 pat…
 
Jetty Nieuwenhuis, 49, has been through some stuff. Lots of it. Now she says "F*ck it". This is one woman's midlife pivot story. She is sharing the lessons learned from her experience with us today - and as a midlife influencer on Instagram as Trujetty I think of her as an early-achiever in the midlife experience beginning with the loss of both par…
 
Episode No. 482 features curator Shawnya L. Harris and artist Marie Watt. Harris is the curator of "Emma Amos: Color Odyssey," a retrospective of Amos's career that opens Saturday, Jan. 30 at the Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia. Amos was important in bringing second-wave feminism into American art, in addressing many American and…
 
Critical Race Theory Critical Race Theory is a theory of justice designed to respond to the endemic racism in America’s legal system. It places intersectional anti-racism at the center of analysis of law, politics, and power. It examines the origins of the idea of race and seeks to understand how institutions continue to perpetuate racism today. Al…
 
Jamila Ball is a Spanish linguist specializing in Black-centric language coaching that promotes intercultural connections in the African diaspora. In our conversation, Jamila shares: Why your identity and cultural competency can be assets that make you more marketable How to get started as a linguist, interpreter, or translator -- even if it's a pr…
 
This episode topic was suggested by one of our supporters in the Twisterds Tavern, our supporters' group. Today Nicole and Becky are talking about some of our favorite TV shows to binge. And because we're not down with blind fanaticism, we're honest about the problematic parts of our faves. If you have questions or want to chat with us, tweet at us…
 
This week on In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. speaks with Dr. Tyrone McKinley Freeman, Assistant Professor of Philanthropic Studies at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, whose book, Madam C.J. Walker’s Gospel of Giving: Black Women’s Philanthropy During Jim Crow examines African American women’s histo…
 
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