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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!
 
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.
 
Bearing Witness with Anthony Galloway and Georgia Fort is a production of Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice, a journalism project created and supported by Ampers, Diverse Radio for Minnesota's Communities, in partnership with KMOJ Radio and The Minnesota Humanities Center and produced with support from the Minnesota Art’s and Cultural Heritage Fund.
 
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 ...
 
As clergy and laity from a variety of backgrounds, our commitment to justice is expressed in differing ways dependent upon our faith tradition and our personal understandings of God. We will not always agree on issues, rather find ourselves surprised when we do. The manner in which we negotiate the differences amongst ourselves is in itself part of our commitment to justice. We believe that God wills shalom; peace, justice and well-being for all people, all nations, and for our planet. God’s ...
 
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 ...
 
Journalists Katie Herzog and Jesse Singal scour the internet for its craziest, silliest, most sociopathic content, part of an obsessive and ill-conceived attempt to extract kernels of meaning and humanity from a landscape of endless raging dumpster fires. (And sometimes they talk about other stuff, too.) For more content, including premium episodes, check out the Blocked and Reported Patreon page: http://patreon.com/blockedandreported
 
Disruptive Peacemakers is a podcast that features interviews with interesting people who are committed to anti-racism, racial justice and racial reconciliation. Our guests will be a mix of people who have in-depth knowledge and experience working in this area and everyday people who are at various stages on the journey toward authentic peacemaking and reconciliation. The conversations will center around how to disrupt and shatter racist strongholds in the Christian Church through the biblica ...
 
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
 
Conversations with humans about race. As a white mom with two beautiful black boys I have been frozen into silence when it comes to talking about race. It is deeply awkward but I realize I can no longer ignore this privilege and have stepped up by inviting parents, thought leaders, educators and the weary to talk about race and the awkwardness and grace of it all.
 
A Vermont-focused podcast for curious people featuring interviews with artists, comedians, activists, academics, and whomever else we find interesting. It's a long-form conversation with local people about how they influence their world and how they are influenced by it. Hosted by Anthony Apodaca.
 
Coffee and Convos is about casual convos with friends, community leaders, and other great conversationalists about politics, wellness, and activism. No matter if you are a coffee or tea person, a warm cup is never too far from a meaningful conversation; and we always tend to fill our cup with what we need to get us through the day, just like these convos!
 
Hey, welcome to the Arizona People's Report recorded by the Stand Together Arizona Training and Advocacy Center at YWCA Southern Arizona in Tucson. I'm Mari Herreras and together we're going to review the conversations taking place in our state with grassroots activists, leaders, organizers, community folks and even our statewide politicians and candidates. We aim to rebuild community, figure out democracy and get back to the roots of comforting the afflicted and afflicting the comfortable. ...
 
Solvers features interviews with people who are dealing with big, global problems that are entrenched, complex, messy, and always urgent. But none of that stops them. They’ve rolled up their sleeves and gotten straight to work. How do they remain resilient in the face of immensely complex problems that have spanned generations? How do they keep going when the issues they work on are bigger than their own lifetimes? Hosted by Courtney E. Martin and Nguhi Mwaura, and brought to you by the Skol ...
 
Come Through with Rebecca Carroll is a podcast that explores culture, race and identity against the backdrop of the 2020 election. The series will provide listeners with 15 essential conversations they can take with them during this pivotal time. Conversations with prominent thinkers, cultural critics, writers, artists, and politicians on topics like climate change, diversity and inclusion programs, immigration and more are prompted by our host’s lifelong personal inquiry into what it means ...
 
Welcome to Jesuitical, a podcast for young Catholics hosted by two young, lay editors at America—Zac Davis and Ashley McKinless. Each episode features a guest who offers a unique perspective on faith, culture or current events. We also bring you some of the top (and maybe more obscure) Catholic news of the week. And we'll ask: Where do we find God in all this?
 
Hashivenu is a podcast about Jewish teachings and practice around resilience. Cultivating resilience in challenging times, both individually and collectively, is an essential path to personal renewal. Find out more about the show at About (https://hashivenu.fireside.fm/about), and learn about our theme song at Theme Song (https://hashivenu.fireside.fm/theme-song). Subscribe by Email This podcast is produced by Reconstructing Judaism. Visit us at ReconstructingJudaism.org (https://Reconstruct ...
 
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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…
 
As our world seems more divided and confused than ever about how to deal with racial issues, our guest is law professor and mindfulness teacher RHONDA MAGEE, with her new book THE INNER WORK OF RACIAL JUSTICE: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities Through Mindfulness.By 106.7 Lite fm (WLTW-FM)
 
After months of preparation, hours of hearings and hundreds of pieces of public testimony, Oregon lawmakers finally convened this week to take up the very important job of redrawing political maps. And practically right away, things descended into chaos. OPB political reporters Dirk VanderHart and Sam Stites have been trying to make sense of it all…
 
As we look back on the past 20 years since 9/11, certain issues come to the forefront – the toll of the war in Afghanistan; the torture of detainees in CIA custody; the worldwide drone program; the ongoing 19-year detention of detainees at Guantanamo. The list goes on. Less visible and examined are the hundreds of “terrorism” prosecutions brought i…
 
The debate about whether the Catholic Church should ordain women to the diaconate often focuses on theological and historical arguments. Rarely, though, do we hear from women who themselves feel called to this ministry. Meet Casey Stanton, co-director of Discerning Deacons, a project to engage Catholics in the active discernment of the church about…
 
On this edition of Conversations, Adam Tooze talks with host Dan Skinner about “Shutdown: How COVID Shook the World’s Economy.” Tooze is a professor of history at Columbia University and the author of several award-winning books including “Crashed,” “Wages of Destruction” and “The Deluge.” He formerly taught at Yale University and at the University…
 
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…
 
Even before his election, Joe Biden described the upheaval caused by the coronavirus pandemic as an opportunity to reform the American economy. Now, after months of negotiations, Biden’s trillion-dollar infrastructure plan will soon come up for a vote in the House, and Democrats expect to pass an enormous social-safety-net package through budget re…
 
This month we had the special treat of speaking with local activist, Ruth Ann Angus, of Morro Bay, CA. Ruth Ann wears so many different hats within her work as a social justice activist, it was hard to know where to start with our interview. We decided to build our interview as Ruth Ann has built her own agenda for justice—with faith as her corners…
 
How can finance and fundraising departments better work with each other? Why does it matter? Often, these disparate personalities find that working together feels chaotic, but it doesn’t need to be that way. In today’s episode, you’ll hear some ideas about how finance and development can build connections and better work together to support the mis…
 
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.…
 
On this edition of Conversations, Shannon Hale and LeUyen Pham talk with host Dan Skinner about the graphic novel "Friends Forever - Eight Grade. It's Complicated." Hale is the bestselling author of many books for young readers. Pham is the author/illustrator of more than 100 books for kids. Her illustrations have won numerous awards, including the…
 
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…
 
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…
 
"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…
 
In 1967, in the wake of a violent uprising in Detroit, President Lyndon B. Johnson assembled the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders to investigate what had happened. This seemed futile: another panel to investigate yet another uprising. “A lot of people felt that way—‘We don’t need more studies, nothing’s going to come out of that comm…
 
Jesse vents about some super serious drama going on with his dad, who doesn't respect his career choices, Katie talks about a delightful Gawker article about a Dear Prudence fakester, some personals go down (from about 29:30 - 36:15), and Jesse runs down his interview with a gleefully unapologetic troll whose chaos-generating online forum seized co…
 
On this edition of Conversations, Sara and Jack Gorman join host Dan Skinner to talk about “Denying to the Grave: Why We Ignore the Science That Will Save Us.” Sara Gorman is a public health and behavioral science expert who has written extensively about global health, science communication, psychology, and mental health, among other topics. Her fa…
 
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…
 
@mustiholla joins me to discuss her book and the journey from writer to author. She drops all the writing gems and shares about 2 of her upcoming projects. Purchase the Book Awakening on Amazon *Instagram Live episode. To watch the video head over to @CoffeeConvosLiz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/coffeeconvosliz/message…
 
For Childhood Cancer Awareness Month our guest is Dr. Elizabeth Raetz, who joined Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone in 2018 to lead its cancer care and research initiatives. Under her direction, over 2,000 children receive care and ongoing treatment each year. 106.7 is proud to join Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital’s GO GOLD campaign, sup…
 
Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice is a journalism initiative from Ampers, Diverse Radio for Minnesota’s Communities, KMOJ Radio, and the Minnesota Humanities Center covering the trials of the officers accused of killing George Floyd, the community’s reaction, and exploring the changes needed to create a more just society. The project employs sea…
 
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