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This season on How's Work?, iconic couples therapist Esther Perel focuses on the hard conversations we're afraid to have in our jobs: Colleagues navigating the new etiquette of a work from home workforce. Newsrooms whose journalists feel that covering breaking news has broken them. A doctor who wants to walk away from his profession, during a pandemic. And lobbyists whose fight for racial equality ends up dividing them. Esther Perel brings a new perspective to the invisible forces that shape ...
 
A ravenous pandemic. A ruinous recession. Protests, riots, racial strife, police brutality. And, of course, Donald Trump. The turmoil and upheaval roiling America in 2020 is the subject of Hell & High Water with John Heilemann. Through a series of conversations with the people shaping our culture — in politics, entertainment, business, technology, sports, food, and beyond — best-selling author and TV host John Heilemann (Game Change, Double Down, Showtime's The Circus) explores how the count ...
 
LATASHA MORRISON is a best-selling and award winning author, bridge-builder, reconciler, and a compelling voice in the fight for racial justice. In 2016, she founded Be the Bridge, a non-profit organization equipping more than 1,000 sub-groups across five countries to serve as ambassadors of racial reconciliation. This podcast is another step is cultivating conversations that will hopefully lead to real change.
 
Momentum: A Race Forward Podcast features movement voices, stories, and strategies for racial justice. Co-hosts Chevon and Hiba give their unique takes on race and pop culture, and uplift narratives of hope, struggle, and joy, as we continue to build the momentum needed to advance racial justice in our policies, institutions, and culture. Deepen your racial justice lens and get inspired to drive action. Subscribe today!
 
The Bakari Sellers Podcast tackles the most pressing current events through conversations and interviews with high profile guests. Building upon his experience in South Carolina government and politics and his experience as a lawyer, Sellers will talk to his guests about all topics from the world of politics, including the 2020 election, the movement for racial equality in the US, and much more.
 
Are you interested in learning more about the research being done by the Rice University Task Force on Slavery, Segregation, and Racial Injustice? The Doc Talks podcast features Task Force chairs Dr. Alex Byrd and Dr. Caleb McDaniel discussing documents from our university's past and showing why they matter today.
 
Conversations IN.Society - We talk UK racism, culture, politics and economics; the issues that matter to you!Presented by Daneille Guthrie and Geeta Lal, the Co-Founders of IN.Society, a grassroots racial justice organisation focussed on educating, supporting and advocating for those invested in racial justice. Follow us on socials to submit topics, questions and get further involved in the conversation! Instagram, Twitter & Facebook: @insociety_uk
 
Solidarity Is This is a podcast created and hosted by Deepa Iyer, Director of Strategic Initiatives at the Building Movement Project where she runs Solidarity Is, a multi-strategy program to deepen transformative solidarity practices, models, narratives, and ideas. On the podcast, we explore how individuals and institutions are experimenting with cross-racial and cross-movement solidarity in America’s changing racial landscape. Learn more at www.solidarityis.org
 
a LATTO thought evaluates contemporary misperceptions about mixed raceness through the lenses of history, science studies, and personal perspectives in a way that is pro-Black, antiracist, and self-critical. The intent is to arm individuals with the clarity of how systems of law and power shape our feelings about who — not ‘what’ — we as individuals are so that we can begin to reshape the societies in which we collectively live. After all, we’re all already mixed. We’re simply taught to not ...
 
Race Capitol interrogates racial narratives in Richmond, Virginia, the former capitol of the Confederacy. www.racecapitol.com @RaceCapitol Three Black feminist organizers deliver activist radio every Wednesday at 10am on WRIR LP 97.3 FM Richmond Independent Radio. Episodes loaded weekly. Created by: Chelsea Higgs Wise (she/her) Co-Hosts: Naomi Isaac (they/them) & Kalia Harris (she/her)
 
As women, we have the power of influence - whether through parenting, chatting in our social circles, voting, building and supporting consciously-run businesses, or simply listening to a different person's experience of the world. Two wickedly smart, funny, compassionate, visionary women, Sara and Misasha, want to help move the needle with conversations around race, identity, happiness and more. Join the community, as we look through different lenses like law and history, life coaching and p ...
 
Health equity issues in our country have been around for decades – largely impacting communities of color and rural areas. When it comes to economic and racial disparities in health the evidence is clear. This is more than a hot topic. Covid-19 has exposed the underbelly of how social determinants of health and racial disparities play out in our country. What we need now is to impart lasting change. Welcome to the InOn Health podcast. I’m your host Kaakpema Yelpaala, and I’m the co-founder a ...
 
Our goal is simple—educate white people on black history. The highest calling of humanity is to love. Whether you know it or not, the racial disparities in our country hurt us. They train us to protect our advantages rather than love others, and that mentality reduces us. New episodes will be released on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. Visit us at blackhistoryforwhitepeople.com + for bonus content and the ability to vote for future topics, support us on Patreon at patreon.com/black ...
 
Aaron Lanton, Keith Dennie, and Tim Molloy look at pop culture through a racial lens, focusing on the low-key things some people might miss to discuss their deeper meanings. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Bioneers: Revolution from the Heart of Nature is an award-winning series featuring breakthrough solutions for people and planet.The greatest social and scientific innovators of our time celebrate the genius of nature and human ingenuity. The kaleidoscopic scope covers biomimicry, ecological design, social and racial justice, women’s leadership, ecological medicine, indigenous knowledge, spirituality and psychology. It’s leading-edge, hopeful, charismatic, provocative, timely and timeless ...
 
For months after three white men chased Ahmaud Arbery to his death, Georgia of 2020 looked disconcertingly like Georgia of 1950. This is the story of the long arc of injustice in the American South -- and of the persistence that brought worldwide attention to coastal Georgia. Prior seasons tell the story of Isaiah Nixon, who was killed for voting in 1948 (season one), and A.C. Hall, who police shot in the back in 1962 because they mistakenly thought he was a thief (season two). Hosted by Han ...
 
Nineteen80 is a management consultancy x creative agency founded by Daniel Hoang. He was born in 1980 and falls in the Xennial generation, the generation between Gen X and Millenials. He was born in an analog world but came of age in a digital world.Nineteen80 is about bridging worlds, from analog to digital, from pre-covid to the new operating norm.We'll tackle issues of technology, generational aging, pop culture, and racial equity. No matter how hard the issue can be, we'll find a way to ...
 
Empathize Others: The Podcast, with Agassou 'Augy' Jones. This community advocacy-focused interview podcast extends the work that Augy does with his Empathize Others Consulting Service. The podcast will showcase the inner thoughts of well-known community personalities who passionately 'empathize others'. To find out more about this Halifax, Nova Scotia based podcast, please visit us at empathizeothers.com
 
Your host Lynn is an Anishinaabe-French mother raising her multi-racial Afro-Indigenous baby. Navigating life as a biracial woman in a visible interracial relationship while creating space for mothers raising mixed children. Identity, raising anti-racist and inclusive children, motherhood, mental health, culture, languages, traditions, pregnancy and much more will be discussed. So get comfy, burn some sage, fold that pile of laundry (or not - there's no judgment here) and come listen to some ...
 
LIVE FRIDAYS 3 PM ET/2 CT/1 MT/12 PT Today we are facing some of the greatest challenges of our lives, from our health, to political unrest, the environment, financial uncertainty and the nation’s racial divide. Every Friday at 3pm EST, join teacher, minister and life coach Bill Myers as he and his guests take a deep dive into the issues that impact our world and with an eye to exploring solutions! Bill Myers Inspires encourages listeners to look within themselves and take decisive action to ...
 
Welcome to Food People, a show from Bon Appétit made by, for, and about people who love food. Each week, BA’s editorial director Amanda Shapiro asks a serious or not-so-serious food question: What’s the best way to grill chicken? Can meal prep be less terrible? Are air fryers worth the hype? In search of answers or at least a spirited debate, she’ll bring in staffers, chefs, writers, and experts from across the culinary universe. Expect strong opinions, tons of recipe inspiration, and more f ...
 
Spit Sessions is a local Chicago podcast that provides commentary on society, pop culture, and current events. We’ve got Reggie, the bi-racial co-host with the most. A talented musician/performer, avid beard grower, and everyman. Right next to him we have Delancey, an aspiring restaurateur, mild sauce addict, and creative from the South Side. Episodes will be posted bi-weekly.
 
The Speak Good Podcast: Using the Power of Communication for Good. Hosted by Brad Phillips, this podcast examines challenging subjects through the lens of communication. Sharp thinkers, public figures, researchers, and other experts join Brad for each episode to discuss topics such as how to counter misinformation, bridge racial divides, build stronger organizations, and manage our imposter syndrome. For more information, visit https://www.throughlinegroup.com/podcast/
 
Dynamic, contextual sermons from Pastor Josh Ehrler, who serves a small town ELCA Lutheran congregation in Northern Illinois. Sermons are rooted in scripture and reflect the local community, as well as the movements of the wider world. He and his congregation are affirming of LGBTQ+ personhood and live out their baptismal promise to seek (racial, economic, identity, environmental) justice and peace.
 
What's CODE SWITCH? It's the fearless conversations about race that you've been waiting for. Hosted by journalists of color, our podcast tackles the subject of race with empathy and humor. We explore how race affects every part of society — from politics and pop culture to history, food and everything in between. This podcast makes all of us part of the conversation — because we're all part of the story. Code Switch was named Apple Podcasts' first-ever Show of the Year in 2020.
 
The Princeton African American Studies Department is known as a convener of conversations about the political, economic, and cultural forces that shape our understanding of race and racial groups. We invite you to listen as faculty “read” how race and culture are produced globally, look past outcomes to origins, question dominant discourses, and consider evidence instead of myth.
 
Abas Idris and Phil Surkis take an "a" out of Oakland on their a sketch/conversation/comedy/other show. THE HOSTS: Abas Idris is a comedian, writer and storyteller. With a masters in Communication, he explores the nuisance but powerful ways meanings are negotiated between cultural, racial and social differences. Most importantly he puts peanut butter in his oatmeal. After leading a Seder, **Phil Surkis** (pronounced Circus) was inspired to try comedic storytelling, and liked it. Performance ...
 
Over 80% of teachers in the U.S. are white. But most don’t know that their whiteness matters. TWW seeks to move the conversation forward on how to be consciously, intentionally, anti-racist in the classroom. Because "white" does not mean a blank slate. It is a set of assumptions that is the baseline from which everything is judged; it is what passes for normal. This means if you are not white or don’t adhere to those assumptions, you are abnormal or less than. TWW wants to have conversations ...
 
Unique Stories. Raw Pain. Real Triumphs. The Plastic Surgeon Podcast aims to explore these questions and the true stories behind plastic surgery patients and providers. With expert insight from Dr. Sajan, The Plastic Surgeon Podcast aims to challenge and provide an exclusive behind the scenes look into one of America’s favorite medical fascinations.
 
Do You Know? is a story-telling podcast brought to you by Sarah Michelle Wong. Sarah is a transition/empowerment specialist, certified life coach and the owner of Metamorphosis 101. Each episode offers guests an opportunity to share a slice of their life that perhaps has lived in the shadows, answering their version of the question "Do you know how it feels to?..." Episodes range the spectrum of emotion, from sad to hilarious to enlightening, and everything in between. We dive into experienc ...
 
Host Roy Wood Jr. gives listeners an inside look at The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Hear how correspondents, writers, and producers of the Emmy-winning series use comedy to tackle a variety of topics — from racial injustice to gun control to sex robots — and where these issues stand today. Beyond the Scenes features a rotating cast of The Daily Show correspondents including Desi Lydic, Dulcé Sloan, Ronny Chieng, and Michael Kosta, as well as contributors Jordan Klepper and Lewis Black.
 
Every week, Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy take you on a wild ride through the latest legal battles in the fight for reproductive justice. On everything from abortion rights to trans discrimination to racial justice, Boom! Lawyered will help you get smart, stay mad, have fun, and fight back. Produced by Rewire News Group.
 
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The Minnesota Housing Partnership reports that one-third of Twin Cities households live in rentals, with 45% of them paying more than they can afford on housing. -- Feven Gerezgiher reports: In Minneapolis and Saint Paul, housing advocates are seeking to limit rent increases in order to make the Twin Cities a more affordable place to live. The Minn…
 
Last week’s episode was all about QAnon and how conspiracy theories can divide us as a nation. One of the things we think we can do to bridge the divide is bring mindfulness and skills around living with mindfulness into conversations about race, racism, identity, and beliefs - and to do that, we got to speak with an incredible law professor named …
 
On the Season 3 premiere of Momentum: A Race Forward Podcast, Western States Center Executive Director and Race Forward Senior Fellow Eric Ward joins us to ground and center us, and you, our listeners, in our racial justice work! Update: Hiba is back from sabbatical, and now Chevon is taking her well-deserved time off, and in the meantime, Dennis i…
 
Bill Myers Inspires This show explores racism which is enmeshed in the church, and how deep and instantiated the centering of "whiteness' is in the formation of and the evolution of the church. We will take a look at the ways racism manifests itself, how it alters our perceptions and what it means for those of us who are in the church, but also are…
 
Ever wonder why the Indigenous people of North America are still refered to as "Indians" by the government and where that comes from? Not sure what term to use when describing Indigenous people? Confused why some terms are considered offensive? Lynn goes over all of this in this week's episode. Follow on Instagram @themixedmamalife or contact on em…
 
Bakari is joined by New Yorker writer Jelani Cobb to talk about the Haitian asylum seekers currently at the Texas border (1:00); 'The Matter of Black Lives,' a new collection of essays on race published in The New Yorker (6:36); and how to turn the Black Lives Matter movement into long-term political power (10:35). Host: Bakari Sellers Guest: Jelan…
 
Unvaccinated Covid-19 patients have flooded hospitals around North Carolina. Because of the surge, many vaccinated patients who go to the hospital needing treatment for non-Covid-19 illnesses feel they aren't getting the same level of care they would normally get. Host Jason deBruyn looks at the ethics of triaging vaccinated and unvaccinated patien…
 
Opening a restaurant is notoriously hard: Long hours, thin margins, and a high chance of failure. The people who choose that path are either heroic, foolish, or a little bit of both. But to open a restaurant during a global pandemic? Well, that’s a whole new level of are-you-kidding-me. This week on the podcast, Amanda asks Eric See (chef and owner…
 
Feven Gerezgiher reports: Last Saturday a Minneapolis dispensary ran Minnesota’s first cannabis expungement clinic, working to clear the criminal records of 44 people with non-violent cannabis convictions. Jon Geffen is Director of the Reentry Clinic at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law and provided pro bono legal services along with his students.…
 
Welcome to episode 3 of "Do You Know?..." with the indomitable Skye McKenzie. From being locked out of Saudi Arabia and trapped in the UK, to being kicked out of China and having a motor bike accident in Thailand, Skye has embarked on an epic, awe-inspiring pilgrimage spanning the globe. Her story tells of the miraculous experiences and invaluable …
 
Georgia Fort reports: A Native led non-profit is reclaiming and restoring a sacred Indigenous burial site in St. Paul. What’s known as Indian Mounds Park was converted into a park by the city in 1892. According to the city’s website the cultural significance of the site was not understood at the time. “Even as an Native person I brought my kids her…
 
Investigative Journalist Sharyl Attkisson joins us to discuss the corporate media's suppression of genuine journalism in the interest of peddling preferred left-wing narratives that serve the ruling class, as well as the modern origins of the concepts of "fake news" and "misinformation". Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoice…
 
In this second of a two-part program, we plunge into the mind-bending proposition that we get a second chance to remake our broken food economy. Bren Smith, co-founder and co-Executive Director of GreenWave, has created a revolutionary polycultural farming model that has low upfront costs, is easily scalable, and can help mitigate climate change. I…
 
We talk a lot about the creator economy here on Decoder and one thing we’ve learned from all those conversations is that the creator economy is a market just like any other, with supply and demand, but that it’s also a market that is absolutely starved of information. So today I’m talking to Lindsey Lee Lugrin, the co-founder and CEO of a new platf…
 
Critical Race Theory has become the right wing’s new boogeyman, but no one seems to know how to even define it. Leading scholar Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw and producer CJ Hunt join host Roy Wood Jr. to break down what CRT actually is, why it’s necessary, and how ignoring the blowback could endanger years of progress. #DailyShow #BeyondTheScenes Wa…
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, Neil Lewis Jr., assistant professor at Cornell University, joins KP to discuss systemic and structural issues of inequity in American society and how they relate to health inequities and disparities. Neil explains how these themes correlate to behavioral science and public health communication. Neil’s pas…
 
In which John Heilemann talks with documentarian Ken Burns, whose new four-part series, Muhammad Ali, premiered this week on PBS. Heilemann and Burns discuss Ali's life and legacy as the most important athlete of the 20th century, in particular how his story transcends sports, intersecting with the defining issues of his era (race, religion, politi…
 
Description: In this episode of the Be the Bridge Podcast, Dr. Eric Mason joins Latasha for a deep conversation surrounding deconstruction, biblical literacy, and racial reconciliation. This episode is full of biblical wisdom and cultural insight. Dr. Mason also gives great recommendations for resources you will want to get and listen to. Host & Ex…
 
"21 Days of Peace," an outreach effort aimed at combating gun violence, assisted in 36 arrests and helped get 16 guns off the street, according to the Minnesota Public Safety Commissioner. Georgia Fort reports: State and city officials met with faith leaders Saturday to review the progress of “21 Days of Peace,” an outreach effort aimed at combatin…
 
Bakari is joined by Keyshawn Johnson and Bob Glauber to talk about their new book, 'The Forgotten First,' about the first Black players in the NFL. They talk about why the racial integration of the NFL is not well known (1:49) and what they learned from writing the book (13:15) before getting into this current NFL season (16:11). Host: Bakari Selle…
 
A recent poll found that 49% of Minneapolis residents support the proposal for a new Department of Public Safety; 40% oppose the proposal and 10% are undecided. -- Safiya Mohamed reports: On Thursday evening, the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled in favor of the wording of the charter question on the Minneapolis ballot. The proposed amendment would rep…
 
In today’s media landscape, it can be hard to separate fact from fiction. There is a race for ratings versus the need to always deliver clear, concise, and accurate information. If adults have a hard time separating the two, how do tweens and teens stand a chance? In this episode of The Speak Good Podcast, host Brad Phillips invites author Robin Te…
 
We're back! After a couple weeks facing some technical difficulties, we are back with episode 3 coming at you next week. In episode 3, we invite Skye McKenzie. From being locked out of Saudi Arabia and trapped in the UK, to being kicked out of China and having a motor bike accident in Thailand, Skye has embarked on an epic, awe-inspiring pilgrimage…
 
Elizabeth sat down with Thu Anh Nguyen to discuss how the pandemic has highlighted white supremacy in schools. Thu Anh Nguyen (she/her) is an educator and writer whose work centers around equity and justice. Thu Anh has led workshops and writes essays about cultural competence and literacy. She is also a poet. Her writing has been published in Lite…
 
Bill Myers Inspires Joyette Holmes, Esq, formerly appointed as the District Attorney and Prosecutor for the Ahmaud Arbery case in Cobb county, Georgia breaks her silence on the importance of transparency allowing the justice system to fully review all evidence and details surrounding the case without interference and emotion. Joyette Holmes, ESQ is…
 
Lynn gives an overview of her busy week as she applied to be in a commercial - (find out if she got it) and was also a guest on @thisfamilytree podcast which was a lot of fun! Keep an eye out on @themixedmamlife Instagram account to see when the episode gets launched. In this week’s episode Lynn explains what land back actually means and how land o…
 
Working to fight for racial equity in a newsroom can take a toll on an already overworked journalist. Unfortunately, when a journalist of color leaves the profession, that leads to fewer stories on communities of color. -- Chioma Uwagwu reports: The murder of George Floyd and the racial uprising that followed inspired a similar uprising in newsroom…
 
In this episode, Juniperangelica (Gia) Cordova of the Transgender Law Center explains how the organization manifests change through its organizing and advocacy work. She discusses the unique challenges trans youth face, how the trans rights movement intersects with other social justice movements, the importance of building intergenerational power a…
 
Bakari is joined by actress and author Gabrielle Union to talk about "not balancing" her life and living with grace instead (3:08), the difficulties that come with raising her children in the public eye (8:44), and what she learned while writing her second memoir, 'You Got Anything Stronger?' (13:46). Host: Bakari Sellers Guest: Gabrielle Union Exe…
 
Interview with Folami Jones - In this episode Augy gets a chance to showcase the story of his powerful younger sister Folami, who recently graduated from Law School. Folami is a staunch and dedicated community leader...following in the direct steps of her civil rights activist father, Rocky Jones. This light-hearted chat between brother and sister …
 
Despite her work as a cookbook author, Dr. Jessica B. Harris isn’t a fan of following recipes. Nonetheless, her books have made her an authority on the history of Black foodways, as well as their immense and under-appreciated impact on American cuisine and culture. Earlier this year, her 2011 book High on the Hog was the inspiration of a Netflix do…
 
The ruling will likely result in a shorter sentence for Noor and has implications for the conviction of former police officer Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd. -- Georgia Fort reports: The conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor was overturned Wednesday by the Minnesota Supreme Court. Noor was convicted of 3rd degree…
 
This week on Decoder we are doing something a little different. We're talking with Charlie Harding, co-host of the podcast Switched on Pop a podcast about pop music, about the state of the music industry particularly as it relates to copyright. The conversation is framed around Olivia Rodrigo's debut album Sour and why she keeps handing out songwri…
 
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