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Activist Theology Podcast

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Activist Theology Podcast

Dr. Robyn Henderson-Espinoza & Rev. Anna Golladay

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A conversation fueled by analysis and activism, all in pursuit of getting our hands dirty to achieve social liberation. We believe in the work of social healing and we believe that there needs to be a diversity of tactics to achieve social healing. We hope the Activist Theology Podcast will be one way that we can explore the work of liberation and healing justice.
 
The animals need a voice! Through this podcast you can learn how to become a voice for the animals, with an array of seasoned animal rights campaigners and longterm advocates revealing the many forms your activism can take. Whether you are just starting out or furthering your advocacy, the “Activist” series will provide you with new insights and methods to be an effective and efficient voice for the animals.
 
Dan David is a Freedom of Speech activist in the global financial markets and the founder of Wolfpack Research, a short-biased activist research firm. He is considered an expert on China's markets and security and has presented at prestigious think-tanks and conferences such as the Center for Strategic International Studies (CSIS), Ergo - Global Flashpoint, and the Sohn Investment Conference. Dan is featured as the lead protagonist in a ground-breaking documentary, "The China Hustle," which ...
 
We’re a country struggling to reset from a global pandemic, and September was supposed to be back to school, back to work, back to normal. But it feels like we’re still in a state of limbo. Why does it seem that so many women continue to bear the burden of this ongoing crisis? In Season 3 of All Ears, Abby interviews a slate of creative and courageous thinkers who are pushing back on old systems and reimagining what “normal” should look like.
 
Ecolution is an Irish podcast from RTÉjr Radio, for kids who want to make a difference in the fight against Climate Change. James Dunne, a 17 year old activist, meets people, young and old, helping to solve the Climate Crisis by meeting it with real actions.
 
The Uncomfortable lands right at the intersection of entertainment and education. In a time where hate and misunderstanding runs rampant, The Uncomfortable Podcast, hosted by creative activist, Dom Roberts, takes a deep dive into the human experience and what it means to be Black in America featuring conversations with guests from every walk of life and industry. Let's get uncomfortable.
 
Minnesota's political podcast is hosted by State Representative Jeremy Munson (R-Lake Crystal) and Albertville City Councilman and political activist Walter Hudson. This show will dive into legislation, public policy, and politics in and outside the Capitol. "The Omnibus Podcast: Where all subjects are germane"
 
2016 changed us. We woke up, and now we’re fighting back. In 2018 we took back the House in a massive blue wave and in 2020 we took back the White House, but that was just the beginning. We’re looking ahead to how we’ll build a just and equitable America for us all. Every week you’ll hear inspiring frontline stories from activist leaders, politicians, celebrities, and political insiders. And hosts Steve Pierson and Mariah Craven will give you the tools you need to make an immediate impact on ...
 
Gratitude is a superpower. It can transform—and even save—your life. Author and activist Bunny Terry discovered the life-saving power of gratitude when she survived Stage IV colon cancer. She interviews a wide variety of guests who have also used the art and science of gratitude to survive, and thrive, in their own lives. If you’ve ever been ugly dumped, knocked off your feet, financially devastated, stunned by a potentially fatal diagnosis, or paralyzed by fear, you’ll find comfort and insp ...
 
The Love You Give is your podcast for a spiritually successful life. Guiding you through these interviews is host Ali Tate Cutler who is a model, environmental activist, and self-love advocate. She interviews experts at the top of the self help, business, body positivity and wellness worlds for sound advice on living an integrated life.
 
Whether you are ANTI isms, a social worker, an activist or advocate, or someone who cares about inclusion for all people, this is the space for you. We will be introducing our podcast in January 2021, with a biweekly podcast drop. We will be navigating what it looks like to dismantle oppressive systems and will be engaging in direct, expressive conversations surrounding change.
 
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Keep It!

Crooked Media

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Movies! Music! Celebrities embarrassing themselves! KEEP IT has it all. Each week, Ira Madison III, Louis Virtel, and Aida Osman are joined by comedians, journalists, actors, musicians, activists, politicians and more to discuss the latest ways pop culture and entertainment are intersecting with politics and society. New episodes drop every Wednesday.
 
Who says you can't change the world? Meet the people who are. Wayne Hsiung, law professor-turned-grassroots animal rights activist and multi-state felony defendant, uncovers the people behind the political, the unexplored personal stories of social change. Intimate interviews with world-renowned journalists, musicians, filmmakers, community leaders, and all stripes of the politically active. Change isn't easy. But it must start somewhere. Come, take The Green Pill with us. Warning: there's n ...
 
A podcast about invisible conditions and chronic invisible illness, featuring interviews with survivors, their loved ones, advocates, and experts in varied healing modalities, from medical to holistic. Hosted by Lauren Freedman, a voice actor, writer, and activist, who lives with Hashimoto’s disease and sleep disorders, Uninvisible uncovers real stories of survival and humanity – complete with laughter. In truth and with candor, we offer solutions – and challenge the world to change.
 
Jason is a film producer, author, activist and Catholic human rights worker. For the past 25+ years, he has worked to defend the most vulnerable — from the homeless on the streets of Los Angeles to persecuted Christians in Africa, from women in crisis pregnancies to victims of “honor killing” in Iran.
 
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World leaders, scientists and activists are preparing for next month’s UN climate change summit in Scotland. These talks have been taking place for decades - but you sense the world is watching like never before, as awareness increases around how the planet is changing. In 1992, a 12-year-old called Severn Cullis-Suzuki from Canada gave a rousing s…
 
Patricia Maginnis, who was 93 when she died on August 30, may have been the first person to publicly call for abortion to be completely decriminalized in America. Despite her insistence on direct action on abortion-rights at a time when many were uncomfortable even saying the word "abortion," Maginnis is not a bold letter name of the movement. That…
 
Originally Broadcast October 27, 2011 - this ever-pertinent interview with Lily Yeh is the medicine and dedication we need now in the world - Beauty Out of Darkness. … invoking Akhilandishvara! the goddess of the power that comes from being broken! Caroline welcomes Lily Yeh, author of “Awakening Creativity,” founder of Barefoot Artists whose encou…
 
On Monday, October 4, 2021, the world watched as Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp went down for hours. This was only a day after a whistle-blower shared documents and truths with the world about the tech giants and the way that their algorithms are taunting us to anger. What did the time away from these apps do for us? What did they expose about ou…
 
Deborah Meaden is a businesswoman and entrepreneur. She’s been one of the investment ‘Dragons’ in the BBC TV series since 2006. Destined to be a successful entrepreneur, Deborah Meaden launched her first business straight out of college at nineteen years old, importing artisan Italian glass and ceramic homeware goods to the UK. After running variou…
 
Justin Rowlatt discovers how phosphorus may have held evolution back for a billion years. How plants first colonised the land - precipitating an ice age in the process. And why volcanoes have both rescued and almost wiped out life on the planet, thanks to the carbon dioxide they emit. Anjali Goswami of the Natural History Museum takes Justin on a t…
 
Ben Davison wraps up the changes to COVID protections around the country as NSW schools are set to reopen, Victoria announces end of lockdown and Hobart seems set to survive a scare unscathed. What's Josh Frydenberg's problem. The Morrison government Treasurer keeps attacking Victoria, that state he's from, on everything to do with COVID. Why? Ben …
 
It began in March of 1987, when the playwright Larry Kramer gave a speech at the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center in New York’s West Village, telling half the room to stand up. He bluntly informed those in attendance, that many people would be dead from Aids in just a few years, if they didn’t fight back. The US government’s response to th…
 
Forgiving someone who has hurt us badly can seem impossible. Bearing a grudge can feel like carrying a bag or rocks. Can we learn to move on and forgive?Author of Universal Human, Gary Zukav, offers insights to Joey from Lebanon, now living in Germany, as he struggles to forgive his brother for creating problems in his marriage and seeks to heal th…
 
This is an interview with Rev. Craig B. Mousin, an Adjunct Faculty member of the DePaul University’s College of Law, Refugee and Forced Migrations Studies Program and the Grace School of Applied Diplomacy. The podcast requests listeners to file comments opposing DHS and DOJ proposed regulations governing Credible Fear Screening by Asylum Officers. …
 
Large parts of the West have been hot and dry for so long that reservoirs are running low and some communities are mandating conservation. California is talking about a statewide mandate, too. Meanwhile, farmers are preparing to flood their fields to replenish aquifers, while ranchers are selling off parts of their herds and worried about feeding t…
 
The two senators who are forcing more negotiations over the Biden administration's multi-trillion dollar climate and social programs bill appear to have different priorities for what they want to see changed. But it is hard to know for sure: Kyrsten Sinema avoids reporters and has said little publicly about her views to the frustration of her Democ…
 
On this week’s episode, The Pack is joined by a former punk-rocker and current Senior Contributing Writer for Institutional Investor magazine. Richard Teitelbaum (@rteitelbaum100 on Twitter) is a journalist and author specializing in the financial markets. Richard is the author of The Most Dangerous Trade: How Short Sellers Uncover Fraud, Keep Mark…
 
Phi and Jess follow up in their Criminal Injustice series with navigating the effects of probation. In She Said What She Said segment they comment on Dave Chappelle, Rikes Island, Jelani Day, Kyrie Irving and his choice to non vaccinate and a personal call to action from Jess regarding a long time friend with a heartbreaking situation.…
 
The Supreme Court heard arguments for and against reinstating the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bomber. President Biden himself has argued against ever using the death penalty, but here his administration is arguing that Tsarnaev should receive the harshest punishment. This episode: White House correspondent Asma Khalid, …
 
Welcome to NEKKID Conversations! Find the full show notes for this podcast here. In This Episode: Friedrich Nietzsche + existentialism Mystical experiences Being drawn to (or repelled from) the medicine The spirit of the medicine Indigenous Wisdom + Clinical Trials Capitalism + Plant Medicine Origins of Doubleblind Mag Set + Setting Shelby's most i…
 
This week on All Ears, Abby is joined by Ellen Pao. Pao made headlines in 2012 when she sued venture capital firm Kleiner-Perkins for gender discrimination. In 2015 she lost the lawsuit, but it sent shockwaves throughout Silicon Valley and got people talking about the rampant bro-culture, sexism and bad behaviors that had gone unchallenged there fo…
 
In August, the BBC’s Moscow correspondent, Sarah Rainsford, was expelled from Russia – a country she’s reported on from the start of Vladimir Putin’s presidency over two decades ago. Now she has been designated a ‘national security threat’ and barred indefinitely. The move against the BBC comes at a time of unprecedented pressure on critical voices…
 
✔️ Happy Columbus Day ✔️ Feds raise credit card limit a half-trillion dollars ✔️ MN announces we've over-taxed you by billions ✔️ The "Give It Back Act" ✔️ Southwest Airlines "sick-out" ✔️ Walter Prepares to Prep ✔️ Action 4 Liberty is De-Platformed. You are next. ✔️ High School Page Program is Back!…
 
Hate and division on Facebook are not just a problem in the U.S. That's one of the messages whistleblower Frances Haugen took to Congress last week, where she accused Facebook's algorithms of quote, "literally fanning ethnic violence in Ethiopia," a country that's endured nearly a year of civil war. Freelance reporter Zecharias Zelalem has been kee…
 
Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg tells NPR that the Biden administration is focused on resolving supply chain issues in time of the holiday shopping season. Also: what is a supply chain and why are they causing issues? This episode: White House correspondent Asma Khalid, and chief economics correspondent Scott Horsley. Connect: Subscribe …
 
Dr. Karin Hehenberger has close to 20 years of experience in the life sciences sector. She served as an executive at Eyetech Pharmaceuticals and Coronado BioSciences, and had strategic management roles at Johnson & Johnson (Vice President, Metabolic Strategy), JDRF (Senior Vice President, Strategic Alliances), and McKinsey; as well as senior partne…
 
Helping us break down the week and share our reasons for hope is comedian, regular panel member on NPR’s Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me, and host of the Who’s Paying Attention? podcast, Alonzo Bodden! And because we are still just weeks away from the Virginia election, we’ve got Virginia Delegate Wendy Gooditis joining us to share her inspiring story and …
 
Derek Cabe is an activist in the Philippines who is continuing the work of her murdered friend and fellow campaigner Gloria Capitan. Gloria, a 57-year-old grandmother, was shot dead in the Lucanin village in the Bataan province of the Philippines. In the weeks running up to her death, Gloria Capitan had been repeatedly threatened and intimidated. B…
 
Ira, Louis, and guest host Tre'Vell Anderson discuss Dave Chappelle's new Netflix special, the celebrity podcast boom, the fifth installment of Scream, Jeopardy! conspiracies, and gaps in elevators. Plus, Carrie Brownstein joins to discuss her new film The Nowhere Inn, music documentaries, and more. For a closed-captioned version of this episode, p…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison dive into the miraculous conversion of the Murdoch empire from climate skeptics to "Mission Zero" warriors. They explore how all it has taken is decades of campaigning, billionaires identifying the money making and subsidy extracting opportunities and enough space to allow the likes of Bolt, Gleeson and Panahi to hedge hi…
 
This week’s uncomfortable episode is with influencer Emily June. Emily was the OG beauty guru before we even knew what that meant. She was one of the early creators on Youtube, after deciding to take some time away she discovered her passion for skincare. She now has her new kincare line Twenties World out. In this episode they talk about Emily’s c…
 
In many parts of the U.S., China remains a huge business opportunity despite recent friction. That's the country where Apple makes its phones and Nike stitches its shoes. Yet inside the Washington Beltway, China is a security threat. Full stop. It's one of the few things Democrats, Republicans and most everyone else in the capital agree on. NPR cor…
 
Young voters broke for Joe Biden in 2020, but are shirking party affiliations in greater numbers than older generations. And it remains to be seen how millennials and Gen Z legislators will fit into existing political power structures: many top Democrats have been at the helm in Washington for decades and recruiting young candidates can be a challe…
 
Research by the World Wide Web Foundation has found that the gender gap for internet accessibility has cost countries billions of USD in lost GDP. In the 32 countries studied a third of women were connected to the internet compared to almost half of men. This digital gender gap, their report says, has cost low and lower middle income countries USD …
 
Some people might think that Bunny got her book published with some good luck and magic. Well those people would be wrong! Lifesaving Gratitude took years of hard work and dedication. It also took some collaboration with the great team at Launch my book. Today's episode is a behind the scenes look at the process with the man who made it all happen,…
 
DeRay, De'Ara, and guest Myles E. Johnson cover the underreported news of the week—including Dave Chappelle, Noname's Hood Library, Mount Everest, and John Singer Sargent. DeRay interviews Dr. Marcia Chatelain about the failed promise of Black capitalism explored in her book "Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black America." DeRay: https://www.wbur.o…
 
The sailors held captive for years, and the man who managed to free them.Somali pirates made millions of dollars hijacking ships and holding their crews hostage, if no ransom was paid though, sailors could spend years languishing in captivity.When retired British Army Colonel John Steed set out to try to free what he called ‘Somalia’s forgotten hos…
 
After decades of Indigenous stories told by non-Natives, two shows from this past year signal a change. Reservation Dogs from FX on Hulu was created by and stars Native people. It follows four Indigenous teenagers growing up on a reservation in rural Oklahoma, with dreams of adventuring to California. Vincent Schilling, a Native journalist and crit…
 
The TV show Impeachment: American Crime Story dramatizes the Bill Clinton's impeachment through the stories of three women at the heart of the proceedings, including Monica Lewinsky. We discuss how the country and its politics have and haven't changed in the two decades since the impeachment unfolded. This episode: White House correspondent Asma Kh…
 
Why do Buddhists talk about learning to “stay” with our discomfort? Why did Jesus ask his followers to get uncomfortable with the dominant culture of the time and to live into the discomfort of really meeting our neighbor? What makes discomfort an important aspect of spiritual growth and deepening? This Sunday we explore our relationship with disco…
 
100 years ago English PEN was founded to create a “common meeting ground in every country for all writers.” and it quickly grew into an international organisation. The organisation has long campaigned for Freedom of Expression for writers. To mark the centenary, in a special edition of World Book Cafe, Ritula Shah and her guests discuss current thr…
 
Over the past nearly two years, we’ve seen the horrible and deadly harm the anti-vaccine movement has done to our nation and our world. While we know that vaccines are safe and effective, charlatans spreading lies, snake oil, and disinformation have eroded the public’s confidence and belief in those vaccines, and so many people are dead as a result…
 
This week local Latinx journalist and friend to Mic'd Up, Fernando Soto Gualden joins me for an interview. Together, Fernando and I discuss the lack of diversity within the local media landscape, Sheriff Graziano's surveillance scandal and local media's reaction to said scandal. Find Fernando Here: LocalSpanishNews.com or on Twitter. Please conside…
 
Thirty-five years ago, Janet Jackson released an album that changed the course of her career, and of pop music. Control took over radio, reinvented the playbook for Black artists crossing over into pop and ushered in a whole new sound for R&B. But after the wardrobe malfunction at the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show, Janet's reputation took a hit, an…
 
The mezzo-soprano Dame Sarah Connolly has sung at the most prestigious venues around the world, including the Royal Opera House, London and the Metropolitan Opera in New York, as well as Glyndebourne, Vienna and Bayreuth. In 2009 she was a soloist at the Last Night of the BBC Proms, singing Rule Britannia dressed as Admiral Nelson, and she has also…
 
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