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Nothing Never Happens is a journey into cutting-edge pedagogical theory and praxis, where co-hosts Tina Pippin and Lucia Hulsether connect with leading voices in radical teaching and learning. We engage a range of approaches — including but not limited to democratic, feminist, queer, decolonial, and abolitionist models.
 
Welcome to My Shamanic Life, your exploration of the intersection of Shamanic Reiki, yoga, and wildlife advocacy and activism. You will discover practices to keep you feeling grounded, connected, and real as you step into an extraordinary life of service to our Earth's wild beings. Each episode features an animal spirit which inspires a short yoga practice, a journey or guided meditation, or another shamanic practice for self-care. Patreon sponsors have access to bonus materials move deeply ...
 
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More information about this episode's guest, Sheila Regehr (as seen here, on Basic Income Canada Network): Sheila is a founding member of the Basic Income Canada Network and former Executive Director of the National Council of Welfare. Her 29 years of federal public service spanned front-line work, policy analysis and development, international rel…
 
This week we're joined by Kelcie Ralph, Nick Klein, and Calvin Thigpen to talk about their recent paper 'Political Partisanship and Transportation Reform' written with Anne Brown in the Journal of The American Planning Association. We chat about why they wrote the paper, what they found out about partisanship and transportation policy, and why all …
 
"We must learn how to communicate well to love well." Join us this week as Steve Witt teaches us how to love well and orient our lives towards godliness as we learn the language of God's love. If you would like to learn more about Bethel Cleveland and how to get involved, please visit our website at bethelcleveland.com.…
 
In this News Brief, we recap the recap of Powell's life, from the handwringing over his Iraq War UN speech to the erasure of his role in covering up My Lai massacre to training rightwing death squads in Central America and the central importance of "Good Intentions" when venerating our beloved, bipartisan war-makers.…
 
"There's a Jesus movement coming, that's going to be marked by LOVE...It's going to be about the practical expression of Heaven on Earth." Love is the new revolution! Continuing with our new series: LUVOLUTION, Steve Witt tells us how Heart-sets become Mindsets, become Lifestyles. If you would like to learn more about Bethel Cleveland and how to ge…
 
Click here to access Professor Martha Jackman's biography on the University of Ottawa website. Click here to access Professor Martha Jackman's CV as of 2020. For more information on the social and economic rights, visit the following selected works by Professor Martha Jackman: Martha Jackman, "What's Wrong With Social and Economic Rights?" (2000) 1…
 
Dragonfly is an indicator species for the health of its wetland ecosystem and for the environment of your mind. Breathwork can help you through the confusion of change by settling your shifting thoughts until what is real becomes clear. Follow a timed breathwork practice to quiet your mind in this episode of the My Shamanic Life podcast. See what h…
 
This week we’re joined by Kenneth O’Reilly to talk about his book Asphalt: A History. We chat about what asphalt is, how it was used for building, war, and economic expansion and how it impacts the future of the planet. Follow us on twitter @theoverheadwire Support the show at http://patreon.com/theoverheadwire…
 
This week on Mondays we're joined by Chrissy Mancini Nichols to talk about a number of different topics including climate migration, low traffic neighborhoods in Birmingham UK, and reforming mega project contracts. News Climate Proof Duluth - MPR News Birmingham Low Traffic Neighborhood - The Guardian Yemen's Ancient Cities - BBC Travel No More Meg…
 
How can we align our pedagogies with the Palestinian freedom struggle and other movements for indigenous liberation? Scholar, teacher, and poet Dina Omar joins us to follow this question into the many others it opens up -- from decisions about language and representation, to the exhaustion of social suffering paradigms, to the psychological effects…
 
This week we’re joined by Roland Stimpel of The German Pedestrian Association Fussverkehr. Roland chats with us about Berlin’s new mobility laws including the 2018 Mobility Act and 2021’s pedestrian law amendments. We also talk about SUVs, the struggle to find public servants, and Ampelmännchen, the traffic light man.…
 
Learn more about Professor Sylvia Rich here. Additional readings & ressources Click here to access the private bill Senator Pate introduced relating to Mandatory Minimum Penalties (S-207). Click here to access the fact sheet on Mandatory Minimums introduced by Senator Pate. Sylvia Rich (2016). Corporate Criminals and Punishment Theory. Canadian Jou…
 
"I am the promised land, and the giants within my soul have to be conquered by the Spirit of God." You say you want a revolution? How about a LUVOLUTION! In the weeks to come, Steve Witt will be unpacking what it means to love well. If you would like to learn more about Bethel Cleveland and how to get involved, please visit our website at bethelcle…
 
In this recording of a Live Interview for Patrons from 9/22, we speak with The Nation sports editor Dave Zirin about his new book, The Kaepernick Effect, and how a series of protests in youth sports, namely among black youth, set off firestorms and backlash in dozens of small towns throughout the country. And what the "leave politics out of sports"…
 
What are mineral, air, and water rights? National Exam Content Review Part 10 with Global Real Estate School! On this podcast episode we continue to review what will be on the real estate exam, specifically we discuss mineral, air, and water rights. Are you currently enrolled in a pre-license real estate school in the U.S.? If so, and you need help…
 
This week on the podcast we're joined by Mary Pat McGuire, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Illinois. Mary Pat talks with us about what happens to water after it hits the pavement, the damaging environmental impacts of covering cities in pavement, and steps we can take to reduce runoff in green cities.…
 
“The eviction moratorium is killing small landlords” CNBC cautions. "Some small landlords struggle under eviction moratoriums,” declares The Washington Post. “Economic Pressures Are Rising On Mom And Pop Rental Owners,” laments NPR. ”[Landlords] can’t hold on much longer,” cries an LA Times headline. Throughout the course of the pandemic, we’ve see…
 
How do you measure land? National Exam Content Review Part 9 with Global Real Estate School! On this podcast episode we continue to review what will be on the real estate exam, specifically how land is measured. Are you currently enrolled in a pre-license real estate school in the U.S.? If so, and you need help, subscribe to my podcast for timely t…
 
This week on Mondays, we discuss a lot of different topics from HOLC map redlining to electric car chargers. We don't talk much about the infrastructure bill but I imagine that will be coming soon whether it passes or not! News Who increases air quality guidelines - Guardian 40 years of HSR - La Croix Translated The train the shrunk France - Ars Te…
 
This month on the Railvolution podcast we’re joined by Duncan Hwang, Interim Co-Director of the Asian Pacific Network of Oregon and Gauri Rajbaidya, architect and senior associate at SERA. They chat with us about community driven development in Portland’s Jade District and how it's connected to the rest of the region.…
 
“Write from experience.” “Show, don’t tell.” Self-knowledge. Self-discipline. Well-known conventions like these, whether delivered in classrooms, writing seminars or simply from one writer to another, often anchor traditional writing advice for literary authors and journalists alike in the United States. While they may seem benign and often useful,…
 
When does a university cease to serve a public good? What would it look like for universities to work toward justice and solidarity with the cities they call home? In the second episode of this two-part series, historian and critic Davarian Baldwin gives us more tools for understanding the dynamics of race and capital structuring urban higher educa…
 
What do you get when you cross a school, a real estate tycoon, a hedge fund, a regional medical complex, a massive transit system, a private police force, a low-wage employer, and tax-exemption? Answer: an urban university. In this two-part series, accomplished historian and cultural critic Davarian Baldwin breaks down the relations of pillage, dis…
 
This week we’re joined by Dr. Megan Ryerson, UPS Chair of Transportation at the University of Pennsylvania’s Weitzman School of Design. Dr. Ryerson joins us to talk about her research on cognitive workload, measuring the stress of cyclists at intersections. We also chat about transportation during the pandemic, the uneven power dynamics in traffic …
 
In June 2020, founders of the ride-request app Lyft announced that they had launched “allyship dialogues“ and were committed to fighting “systemic racism” which they said is “deeply rooted in our society.” The same month, an Uber marketing campaign proudly recommended to “racists” that they should “delete Uber,” as they were unwelcome customers. At…
 
Whats the difference between livable, rentable, and usable space? National Content Review Part 8 with Global Real Estate School! On this podcast episode we continue to review what will be on the real estate exam, specifically Property Ownership. What’s the difference between livable, rentable, and usable space? Are you currently enrolled in a pre-l…
 
This week Tracy McMillan joins the show to talk about engineering climate change preparedness in New Orleans, Solarpunk cities, making Lego budget movies, and early Robert Putnam's thoughts on Italian social capital. We also chat a bit about Metro Twin Cities new transit pass plan and Paris' new speed limit. Find us on twitter @theoverheadwire Supp…
 
This week we’re joined by Tufts Professor Justin Hollander. Justin chats with us about a wide range of topics including VMT Taxes, using eye tracking software to measure the impacts of the built environment on people’s mind, and he reacts to the most recent census release. Follow us on twitter @theoverheadwire Support the show http://patreon.com/th…
 
What is on the Real Estate Exam, Part 7 National Content Review with Global Real Estate School! On this podcast episode we continue to review what will be on the real estate exam. Are you currently enrolled in a pre-license real estate school in the U.S.? If so, and you need help, subscribe to my podcast for timely tips to help you pass the real es…
 
This week we’re joined by new Rail~Volution CEO Tamar Shapiro. We chat about her previous work in transportation and city planning at orgs like NUMO and The Governor's Institute, how to measure transportation success, and the transportation parades before German soccer games. Follow us on twitter @theoverheadwire Support the show http://patreon.com…
 
What is on the Real Estate Exam, Part 6 National Content Review with Global Real Estate School! On this podcast episode we continue to review what will be on the real estate exam. Are you currently enrolled in a pre-license real estate school in the U.S.? If so, and you need help, subscribe to my podcast for timely tips to help you pass the real es…
 
This week we’re joined by Todd Litman, Executive Director of the Victoria Transport Policy Institute. Todd discusses his book New Mobilities: Smart Planning for Emerging Transportation Technologies. We reframe the transportation investments we make, talk about sharing information, and discuss why air taxis might not be the future. Follow us on twit…
 
This week on the Mondays show, we chat about a number of different big articles from the last few weeks including TXDOT's freeway expansions, using the Commerce Clause to rethink zoning, working from home and more! I'm Han Solo this week but I've pulled together a couple of the recent newsletter intros as well. News VMT tax is bad for health - The …
 
This week we’re joined by Professor Leslie Kern to talk about her book Feminist City. We talk about the need to make more spaces for non-traditional relationships, feminist geography and intersectionality, and how care work taxes personal transportation budgets. Follow us on twitter @theoverheadwire Support the show on Patreon: http://patreon.com/t…
 
What is on the Real Estate Exam, Part 5 National Content Review with Global Real Estate School! On this podcast episode we continue to review what will be on the real estate exam. Are you currently enrolled in a pre-license real estate school in the U.S.? If so, and you need help, subscribe to my podcast for timely tips to help you pass the real es…
 
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