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Placée sous le signe de l’énergie positive, Koze Kilti présente, en français et en créole, l’actualité culturelle de la semaine en Haïti et dans le monde, ainsi que les talents et personnalités qui font rayonner et bouger le pays. Littérature, cinéma, arts plastiques et musique sont à l’affiche du magazine, présenté par Ritzamarum Zetrenne.
 
Formerly TalkPoverty Radio, Off-Kilter is a podcast about poverty and inequality — and everything they intersect with. Each week, host Rebecca Vallas is joined by experts, advocates, activists, and other smart people to break down the issues of the day — and how we fight back. Heavy topics… but with a hefty dose of laughter and snark. Off-Kilter is powered by the Center for American Progress Action Fund. Find Off-Kilter on the Progressive Voices Network, the We Act Radio network in DC, local ...
 
Formerly TalkPoverty Radio, Off-Kilter is a podcast about poverty and inequality — and everything they intersect with. Each week, host Rebecca Vallas is joined by experts, advocates, activists, and other smart people to break down the issues of the day — and how we fight back. Heavy topics… but with a hefty dose of laughter and snark. Powered by the Center for American Progress Action Fund.
 
From Ireland and Scotland to Wales and the Isle of Man, from Brittany and Celtic Iberia to Cape Breton in Canada, this podcast will take you on a musical adventure as we explore the sounds of Celtic people the world over. Expect everything – from fiddles and harps to tin whistles and soaring vocals, the music of the Celts has stood the test of time and is enjoying a resurgence of popularity worldwide. Brought to you by Celtic Singer and Song Writer Christine Weir.
 
Placée sous le signe de l’énergie positive, Koze Kilti présente l’actualité culturelle de la semaine (littérature, cinéma, arts plastiques et musique) en Haïti et dans le monde, ainsi que les talents et personnalités qui font rayonner et bouger le pays. L’émission est présentée par Dangelo Néard, journaliste culturel multimédia, chroniqueur littéraire et professeur de rhétorique. Diffusée chaque dimanche, en français et en créole, Koze Kilti permet de resserrer les liens entre les deux langu ...
 
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Tafa Mi-Soleil, de son vrai nom Evenie Rose Tafa Ina Saint-Louis, vient de sortir son tout nouveau projet, l’EP Reponn, le 27 juin 2021. Ce que nous propose la jeune artiste de 23 ans, à travers l’EP Reponn est un véritable hymne à l’amour. Reponn, c’est en effet l’amour mis en chansons. Sept morceaux, dans un agréable enchaînement, à travers lesqu…
 
Sorti le 18 juin 2021, le troisième album solo de la chanteuse Rutshelle Guillaume, Quoi qu’il advienne, est un véritable agrément pour les oreilles, un pas assuré vers le marché extérieur. Avec Quoi qu’il advienne (QQA), Rutshelle Guillaume repousse ses propres limites et propose un album d’une diversité mélodieuse exaltante. Avec ces 15 titres, m…
 
Treize ans après son premier album solo, l’artiste haïtien Érol Josué revient avec Pèlerinaj, son deuxième album solo. C’est un véritable tableau sonore qui restitue les pérégrinations de l’artiste, pendant plusieurs années, dans tous les lieux où un cœur bat en Haïti. Avant d’être un disque, Pèlerinaj est le journal de plus de 13 années de rencont…
 
This week, Off-Kilter’s bringing you a conversation Rebecca moderated at The Century Foundation earlier this week, on the historic opportunity to make long overdue improvements to Supplemental Security Income as part of #BuildBackBetter—featuring Sen Sherrod Brown, Rep. Raul Grijalva, and Rep. Jamaal Bowman, as well as a panel of disability and sen…
 
Nearly 40 million people in the U.S. live below the official poverty line—which in 2021 is just $26,000 for a family of four. But while poverty is all too often portrayed as a personal failure, it’s actually the result of bad public policy choices. Public policy has purposefully erected barriers that deny access to basic needs, creating a society w…
 
The April jobs data released by the Department of Labor last week spurred an avalanche of hysteria and conservative hand-wringing about supposedly widespread labor shortages, with many on the right pointing to pandemic jobless benefits as the bogeyman. In a particularly troubling move, on Wednesday of this week, 12 Republican governors announced th…
 
As leaders at all levels of government work to “build back better”—and to address the nation’s legacy of racial injustice and persistent racial inequality—removing barriers to employment for workers with records is more urgently needed than ever amid the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and downturn, to ensure not only a full but an equitable re…
 
“The War on Drugs has disproportionately harmed communities of color. People have lost jobs, education, housing, their liberty, their families, and their lives to this War. Now they deserve equity, justice, and repair: ownership of cannabis businesses, full and automatic expungement, and community reinvestment of tax revenue and corporate philanthr…
 
Off-Kilter continues our Second Chance Month series with two of the directly impacted leaders driving transformational change on second chance policies and rights restoration in the states, who also happen to be a powerhouse husband-wife team: Desmond Meade, executive director of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, best known for the visionar…
 
In recognition that a criminal record shouldn’t be a life sentence to poverty, there’s been a whirlwind of momentum in the states in recent years to expand eligibility for criminal record-clearing—with over half the states expanding laws for expungement, sealing, and other tools for enabling people to wipe their records clean so they can have a fai…
 
Poverty researchers estimate that the income-boosting provisions in the American Rescue Plan Act, which President Biden signed into law last month, will cut child poverty in half, and that overall poverty in the U.S. will fall by one-third over the next year. But should we expect those promised reductions in poverty to transfer from spreadsheets to…
 
Amid a global pandemic that has killed people of color at dramatically higher rates, and forced so-called 'essential workers'--again, disproportionately people of color--to risk illness and death to keep the a struggling economy churning... the outlook for predominantly white corporate monopolists has never been brighter. According to a new report …
 
Results are in from the first year of a universal basic income experiment in Stockton, California, which gave randomly selected residents $500 per month with no strings attached—and they’re striking. The income boost improved recipients’ employment prospects, economic stability, physical and mental health, overall well-being, and more, according to…
 
With President Joe Biden’s signature, the American Rescue Plan Act became law on Thursday of this week. This wide-ranging package of relief measures—which despite garnering widespread bipartisan support among voters, passed both chambers of Congress without a single Republican vote—authorizes a set of landmark expansions of existing income security…
 
For this week's pod, we're bringing you a conversation Rebecca moderated at this week's National Academy of Social Insurance conference on "Pathways to Economic Security" about how America's social insurance and public assistance system is falling short for disabled people and care workers who provide home and community based care services; the hum…
 
Earlier this week, in a hearing on the state of America's economic recovery, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testified before the Senate Banking Committee that the employment rate for low-wage workers—those hit hardest by the pandemic—is “probably above 20 percent.” With President Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID relief package on the move in Congre…
 
Rebecca joined Greg Duncan and Sam Hammond for a panel discussion about the prospects for a U.S. child allowance -- and why it's needed now more than ever -- hosted by the American Constitution Society's New York Chapter. Subscribe to Off-Kilter on iTunes. show notes: https://offkiltershow.medium.com/the-case-for-a-u-s-child-allowance-1bb04067c3d3…
 
Incited by a fiery charlatan named Norman Baker, depression-era farmers across several south eastern counties assemble to resist a statewide mandate enforcing tuberculosis testing in cattle. As tensions mount between the farmers, veterinarians, and law enforcement, confrontation—and the threat of violence—becomes all but inevitable.…
 
Rebecca talks to Brookings Fellow Lauren Bauer about the steps the Biden administration is taking to increase too-low federal food assistance benefits, starting with updating an archaic policy called the "Thrifty Food Plan" -- and the larger agenda to expand SNAP. Show notes: https://offkiltershow.medium.com/how-biden-is-expanding-snap-c9c64b8013ce…
 
Rebecca sits down with Be A Hero’s Matthew Cortland for a look at the challenges with the vaccine rollout so far, and what it would take to get to the vaccination rates we need in the U.S. and globally to bring the COVID-19 pandemic to an end. Show notes: https://offkiltershow.medium.com/when-will-the-pandemic-end-45d6d69250c2…
 
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