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Some of Hindi Cinema’s biggest names in dialogue with the International Ambassador of United for Human Rights, Fraser Scott, and South Asia Human Rights Ambassador, Sheena Chohan, in collaboration with HubHopper, to spread awareness of basic rights with practical information and inspire people with their stories to help create a society of peace, equality and without discrimination.
 
A PODCAST ABOUT HOPE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST INEQUALITY. We meet activists, politicians and thinkers from all walks of life to share stories about how inequality is being fought around the world. Brought to you by Liz, Max, Nabil and Nadia. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hosted by Cait Rogan--who was looking to put her Women’s Studies PhD to good use--and a rotating lineup of hilarious co-hosts, each episode of Equally Funny breaks down a topic related to social justice while bringing the laughs. We talk through definitions, historical developments, present day context, and more. If you’ve ever been curious about this stuff, think of Equally Funny as a great starting point - a gateway drug, if you will, into the world of social justice. It’s totally fine if ...
 
In 2021, abortion access is still in the news; from our founding, the conversation around reproductive rights has been one of the most contentious political debates in America. This history is one that combines political, religious, and social forces, layered with systemic racism and misogyny. From Wonder Media Network, co-hosts Kate Kelly and Jamia Wilson unpack this rich history from the views of colonial America, to seminal Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade, all the way to the present day.
 
EQUAL TIME is where Vermonters talk about issues ignored by the corporate media—mothers opposing toxic pollution, workers fighting for decent jobs, nurses working for health care reform, students speaking out about their education, farmers struggling against corporate agribusiness, and more.
 
This is the Equal Rights Institute podcast. It is focused on helping pro-life people to be more persuasive when they communicate with pro-choice people. The main feature of this podcast is a weekly episode of an ERI author reading his or her article, but will also include short clips from our Equipped for Life Course podcast, live speech audio, and ERI updates. Equal Rights Institute is an organization dedicated to training pro-life advocates to think clearly, reason honestly and argue persu ...
 
From Sydney’s 2ser 107.3 and the Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion UTS, series 3 of All Things Equal is here: Digital Divides. The investigative podcast continues its interrogation of equality in our modern society: first the #metoo movement, then fairness in education, and now… human rights and technology. Technology has reshaped all aspects of life on the planet. Every advance offers exciting possibilities, but also unintended consequences… This series goes behind the tech hype, to h ...
 
How does gender influence the way we experience sexual pleasure? Equal Pleasure asks what more can we do to gain a greater understanding of how female pleasure operates. Through interviews with sex educators and artists exploring ideas of women's pleasure in their work, this series puts a taboo topic square in the spotlight, and provides a much needed space for discussion around a neglected area of sex education.
 
The Equality Matters Podcast is a weekly look at LGBT issues and their coverage in the media. This week: The Employee Non-Discrimination Act, Don't Ask, Don't Tell Update, Chick-Fil-A's Anti-Gay Ties, Encouraging News About Religious Groups' Role in LGBT Equality and the Federal Government Puts a Hold on Deportations of Bi-National Same-Sex Couples.
 
Equal Education Radio is a short podcast that shares information and stories that pertain to the South African education system, brought to you by Equal Education -- a movement of learners, parents, teachers and community members working for quality and equality in South African education, through analysis and activism. Please contact us at nika@equaleducation.org.za with any comments, questions, or ideas.
 
A 6-part docuseries from Conscious Communications in partnership with Cambridge 2030, Cambridge – in pursuit of equality, shines a light on why Cambridge has been named Britain’s most unequal city for the past two years and what people think can be done about it. Hear from the people on the front line in the community, from teachers to foodbank volunteers, and those taking action to create a more equal and inclusive city, one where everyone can live happier, healthier lives.
 
"Equal But Different" is based on my doctoral thesis, which investigated the intersection of race, gender and social class in women leaders’ career progression. The women leaders came up with strategies for gender transformation at leadership level. The book presents life stories of women leaders in South Africa and abroad and men who believe in gender equality and contributed towards this goal.
 
On Inequality Bites, we explore how we can make society more equal so that everyone can flourish. In each episode, Wanda Wyporska, Executive Director of The Equality Trust speaks to experts with learned and lived experience about the impact of socio-economic inequalities, and discusses solutions to overcome them.
 
Looking to start a business? Many times people will choose or fall into Network Marketing/MLM and not really know what they are getting themselves into. NMC is setting out to help you start the right way and understanding the realities in how to succeed in Network Marketing. Network Marketing, is the Great Equalizer in Entrepreneurship
 
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Former Utah Utes star and professional soccer player Allie Wisner joins the show to talk about joining the University of Minnesota coaching staff, what made the Gophers an appealing job to pursue, how her experience both overseas and in the NWSL helps her give advice to prospective pros, and a round of The Internet Said It where we learn about Alli…
 
Actress, Educationalist, and Humanitarian, Sanjana Sanghi joins us on the show to discuss the Right to Play, giving motivational stories to do with how she fought for this right and the issues to do with it facing the country today.Sanjana is joined by South Asia Ambassador for United for Human Rights, awarded the Human Rights Hero Award at the Uni…
 
In this episode, Cait is joined by Carly Heiser to talk through a beast of a topic...ensuring that your cat stays hydrated at 2AM….no, no wait….it’s capitalism, we’re talking about capitalism. It’s got its beefy tentacles into everything and can feel overwhelming to wrestle with - but this is a good enough start. Included is an overview of historic…
 
What doesn’t mainstream economics “get” about Africa? What is the future of the state itself in Africa? And how much should we really be focusing on corruption within Africa? Max and Nabil have a riveting conversation with Pan-African feminist Crystal Simeoni – who is Director at Nawi: Afrifem Macroeconomics Collective (which is well worth checking…
 
Claire Watkins and John Halloran take a high level look back at the U.S. women's national team's performances in the first two games of the Olympics. What do they expect moving forward from the USWNT? Then, they take a look at the weekend's NWSL results and discuss the big trade between Kansas City and North Carolina. ------ Submit your Blue Wire H…
 
Brianna Dym is a Ph.D student in the University of Colorado Boulder’s information science department under Dr. Casey Fiesler. Brianna’s field of study is fanworks: the original creations, derivations, and reimaginings of existing brands and media, from movies to video games. LGBTQIA+ authors engage in this creative component of fandom to produce or…
 
The Dash got a win on the road over the Courage. The Spirit were dealt a questionable red card, but still almost earned a point. Own Goal stole the show once again for the Red Stars. Claire Watkins and André Carlisle (Diaspora United Podcast, Black and Red United) react to another weird week of NWSL soccer. Follow: Claire Watkins on Twitter André C…
 
Camille Cadenhead joins Cait for an episode all about code switching. Cait talks through the linguistic-based history of the term, and how it has expanded in scope in recent years to describe how folks are often forced to move between identities to fit in. Camille follows with a discussion of present day impact. Included is a very important discuss…
 
Claire Watkins and John Halloran react to this week's NWSL results--including a win for the Spirit over the Courage, and the Red Stars winning without scoring a goal--and just how close the table is right now. They also discuss Louisville's playoff chances, whether the Reign can turn things around, and what Kansas City needs to do to get their firs…
 
Sexual health has always been an important part of the TGE Wheelhouse, but always in the context of a relationship. So, in the spirit of women empowerment and inclusivity (considering same-sex couples, single parents and everyone in between), our next episode focuses on self-pleasure and Ye Olde Vagina (as our guest, Fran Bushe would say).If alcoho…
 
Former Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda (“KK”) – who led his country in the wake of independence from colonial rule – recently died. A pan-African giant, he pursued efforts to boldly pursue equality at home and fight for liberation across the African continent. Max Lawson and Nabil Ahmed have an amazing chat with Dr. Grieve Chelwa on what President…
 
Claire Watkins, Pardeep Cattry, and Jeff Kassouf react to a pair of 4-0 wins over Mexico for the USWNT. Then, Claire and Pardeep break down this weekend's NWSL action, which featured another win for the Courage and the debut of Olivia Moultrie, and react to the coaching change for OL Reign. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com…
 
Newly Minnesotan Dani Foxhoven came on the show to talk about her 3 NWSL Championships, using her platform off the field, her time coaching both college and with the youth national teams, and the return of The Internet Said It. Matt continued his never ending pitch for people to buy Under The Lights and In The Dark (https://bookshop.org/books/under…
 
Cait and co-host Heather Elaine Abbott tackle Diet Culture, tracing its origins to the 1800s and talking through present day incarnations of the lie that skinny = happy, healthy, and beautiful. They call out the recent sneaky repackaging of diet culture into wellness culture, and how it’s really all the same Scooby-Doo villain in a different mask. …
 
Claire Watkins and Pardeep Cattry react to the USWNT Olympic roster and the HBO documentary "LFG," as well as U.S. Soccer's response to it. Then, they look back on this week's NWSL games, which featured goals from Lynn Williams and Midge Purce, and a strong performance from Racing Louisville FC. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoice…
 
With news last night from our DP (Dear President), there is no better time to put out our latest episode.C*vid fatigue has hit us all hard this time round, and the never-ending stream of mismanaged funds, poor system rollout and fake news (looking at you, #Tembisa10) has us all sticking our heads in the sand.It’s tough to put on a brave face, guys.…
 
Hope is an author and an award winning advocate for people with eating disorders. She spearheaded the #DumpTheScales campaign calling on the government to review the eating disorder guidance delivered by clinicians. We talked about her own journey and struggles with anorexia, her faith and how we as a society we can better support those with eating…
 
Claire Watkins is joined by Jason Anderson of Black and Red United to take a last look at the potential USWNT Olympic roster before the team is announced. Then they recap a full slate of weekend NWSL games, including Trinity Rodman's first regular season goal, a Thorns win in front of a big crowd, and Caprice Dydasco's first NWSL goal. Learn more a…
 
Matt sits down with new Gopher Soccer Head Coach Erin Chastain to ask about her initial conversations with staff/players, how she'll approach this first season, what she'll take from previous coaching stints into this new role in new home state of Minnesota, and a return of segments "The Internet Said It" and Listener Questions!…
 
Val Agnew joins Cait to break down a beast of a topic: Privilege. Included is a discussion of key elements of privilege, a history of the concept, a review of our co-hosts’ engagement with privilege, and actions listeners can take in their own journeys. Our co-hosts also do the important work of deciding which Marvel character they would want to ro…
 
Dr. Melissa Chaplin is the head of client strategy at Game If You Are, a UK-based marketing firm helping indie video games get the attention they deserve. When not writing press releases, editing trailers, and landing podcast spots for upcoming developers, Melissa is busily building community. She’s the founder of Games Industry Lunch Club, a […] T…
 
Claire Watkins and Pardeep Cattry share their takeaways from two U.S. women's national team wins. What do they think of the roster rotation we've seen so far in the Summer Series? Then, they break down a busy week off the field for the NWSL, headlined by San Diego—along with Jill Ellis—officially joining the NWSL (finally). Learn more about your ad…
 
This week on The Great Equalizer, we’re talking BOOKS, BOOKS, BOOKS, looking at the latest children's books that the country’s major publishers currently have on offer.Our special guest is remedial therapist and founder of Raising Readers, Marian Bailey, who unpacks how these books might benefit our children in the long run, instilling a love for r…
 
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