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Change Agents is about the art of change and the people who make it happen. It focuses on real and recent case studies where often ordinary people have brought about profound social, political, cultural and political change. It celebrates their success and challenges them to explain how they did it and the obstacles they overcame along the way. Change Agents is a collaboration between The Conversation and the Swinburne Business School and Swinburne University’s Department of Media and Commun ...
 
How can we make government work more effectively? What are Brexit and the current political tumult doing to our institutions? Is Britain's Constitution able to withstand the strains of 21st Century social, political and technical change? What needs to change in our system of government – and how can we change it? Find out in the weekly podcast from Britain’s leading governmental think tank, where we analyse the latest events in politics and explain what they mean. Every week on INSIDE BRIEFI ...
 
Who Makes Cents?: A History of Capitalism Podcast is a monthly program devoted to bringing you quality, engaging stories that explain how capitalism has changed over time. We interview historians and social and cultural critics about capitalism’s past, highlighting the political and economic changes that have created the present. Each episode gives voice to the people who have shaped capitalism – by making the rules or by breaking them, by creating economic structures or by resisting them.
 
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Mid-Riff

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Mid-Riff

Hilary B. Jones

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Music is a powerful tool for personal and political change. Unfortunately, cis women, trans, and gender-expansive folks have not always been well-represented at the mic (or guitar, bass, drums, keyboard… you get the idea!). If you are a music gear manufacturer, retailer, or venue-owner who wants to learn how to make your customers’ and employees’ experiences better or a musician who wants to hear both hilarious and horrifying stories from folks like you, Mid-Riff can help. Hosted by Hilary B ...
 
The Real Agenda Network, podcasts for political change, offers a range of content which aims to inform, inspire and involve those who want a democratic, inclusive and fairer society that respects human rights and protects the planet. The focus is on fixing the fundamental problems of our time, primarily the extreme economic inequality and the unnecessary financial hardship suffered by millions everyday by developing a political agenda that moves us from here to prosperity. That’s The Real Ag ...
 
Blueprints is a podcast about political strategy that makes the hard earned lessons of those who've gone before us, easily accessible. Each episode is a narrative driven, immersive audio documentary and uncovers the strategies and tactics of organisations, campaigns and social movements that have changed Aotearoa New Zealand. This is political history told in an engaging, critical and inspirational form.
 
Who says you can't change the world? Meet the people who are. Wayne Hsiung, law professor-turned-grassroots animal rights activist and multi-state felony defendant, uncovers the people behind the political, the unexplored personal stories of social change. Intimate interviews with world-renowned journalists, musicians, filmmakers, community leaders, and all stripes of the politically active. Change isn't easy. But it must start somewhere. Come, take The Green Pill with us. Warning: there's n ...
 
We all have the SuperPower of Curiosity. It is inherent to being human. It is the drive to discover, the quest to question why until we reach a satisfying answer or a deeper question, a key to our joy in the wonders of living in this world. But sometimes we seem to lose our natural curiosity. This podcast is dedicated to regaining and enjoying our SuperPower of curiosity. It contains both radically informative talks and fascinating conversations with out-of-the-box experts. The first season ...
 
Where The Party At is a bipartisan political platform created to engage inactive voters and provoke action. We do this by educating our audience weekly on the current state of politics, introducing elected officials, breaking down legislation, and advocating for change. Hosted by Saba Long, an Atlanta-based political strategist, community organizer, media, and communication consultant, this podcast is poised to spark a paradigm shift in people who have traditionally ignored the political pro ...
 
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Seneca's 100 Women to Hear

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Seneca's 100 Women to Hear

Seneca Women Podcast Network & iHeartRadio

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What if you could learn from 100 of the world’s most inspiring women? Introducing “Seneca’s 100 Women to Hear” a podcast brought to you by the Seneca Women’s Podcast Network and iHeart Radio in partnership with P&G. Over the course of 100 episodes you’ll hear from women who broke barriers, changed history and are building bridges across political divides. You’ll get insight into not just what they accomplished but how they think about the world. These are Seneca’s 100 women to hear. Listen, ...
 
Poets, dancers, and painters at war with white supremacy, COVID, criminal militias, and Milosevic? Muralists, musicians, and actors, making a difference in homeless shelters, planning departments, emergency rooms, and death row? Sound delusional? Yea, sure, but also true! And when creativity confronts destruction, and imagination faces fear, in places like Ferguson, Johannesburg, Belfast and San Quentin surprising things happen. Our stories help shape and sustain our beliefs and actions. Bil ...
 
Battleground brings you inside the fight for political power. Hosts Amanda Litman and Faiz Shakir aren't your typical pundits – in fact, they're not pundits at all. They're doing the work day-in and day-out, and have the inside scoop on what's really happening behind the tweets and headlines. Every week, Amanda and Faiz have a wide-ranging, unguarded, and occasionally profanity-laden conversation with reporters, activists, organizers, political scientists, campaign operatives – and even some ...
 
Dam the River is a podcast series written and presented by James Macbeth Dann, in which he looks at the history of hydroelectric power generation in New Zealand, and the social and political changes that that led to and resulted from these dams.
 
American Song is a podcast that traces the origins and development of American - and ultimately world-wide - forms of modern musical entertainment. Over time, we will trace every major genre from its origins through the current day.American Song looks at the development of our music through the lens of social, political, and economic changes that were occurring in each case, and we'll feature the most important musicians in each genre.Every episode is chock-full of the music we love and wher ...
 
The political system can feel like a complicated and gridlocked machine that we have little ability to influence. The truth is, you CAN change things when you know how. Enter Spectrum News 1 Anchor Curtis Jackson, who brings to the table decades of experience covering political news and events. Join him for meaningful conversations with decision-makers that will help guide listeners to an actionable understanding of the issues in Ohio.
 
Truce is a history podcast about the Christian Church, from pyramid schemes to political campaigns. Is the US a Christian nation? Why do some Christians like Donald Trump? Season three explores how the rise of communism and socialism in Russia changed the American Christian Church. Podcast Magazine says Truce is, "reminiscent of Malcolm Gladwell". Truce is hosted by Chris Staron, writer/ director of the films "Bringing up Bobby" and "Between the Walls", and author of "Cradle Robber".
 
Power Station is a podcast about change making. We talk to nonprofit leaders about how they build community, advocate for policy change, and make an impact in overlooked and underinvested communities. Their stories and strategies don’t often make headlines but are often life changing. They may not be household names, but they probably should be. There is no “one way” to support, build and engage communities. Power Station provides a platform for change makers to talk about their way. We look ...
 
The world falls into chaos. Everyone freaks out. These events are all connected. They arise from a systemic shift. This podcast explores this precarious new “normal” and imagines potential solutions.This relaunch focuses on the Great Transformation. Tipping points in natural ecosystems. Systemic changes in political economies. Older episodes explored the future of work and the economy.
 
Crooked Minis takes a step back from the chaotic breaking news to offer a new series every month that explores an issue or event that reflects cultural, political, or societal changes in America and need more than a 10-minute conversation and a split-second news cycle to unpack.
 
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Emergence News

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Emergence News

Shafia Stevens, John Pickles, Nigel England and Peter Jenkin

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We are part of the volunteer network of Share International dedicated to spreading the information about the presence in the world of Maitreya the world teacher and a group of highly evolved men who are called the Masters of Wisdom. With Maitreya at their head these 'elder brothers' are returning to the everyday world at these challenging times to help, inspire, teach and guide humanity to create a new era of Sharing, Right Relationship, Justice and Peace for all people. The topics we cover ...
 
All podcasts are personal thoughts with no intention to offend anything or anyone whatsoever. If you don't like what I'm talking about you are free to leave and never listen to me again. I'm open to smart criticism and ideas that can make me change my mind or grow up. I believe in free expression without the boundaries of political correctness and religion but without any means to create, lead, follow or cause in any possible way physical, mental or emotional damage. We all have a weight on ...
 
Missouri has had a curious history, with many iterations and incarnations powered by changes in its political, cultural and religious climate. Show Me The State explores Missouri’s strange and misunderstood past as it relates to the present. Each episode focuses on one particular piece of folklore and investigates what really happened, why did it happen and how has that shaped the state today? The Show Me The State team looks at ghost stories, legendary political maneuvers and hometown heroe ...
 
Government needs to get out of the way and let personally responsible entrepreneurs be the change we want to see in the world. That’s the message on the Be The Change Podcast, by Capitalism.com, hosted by political analyst and author Kristin Tate. Each week, Kristin connects with politicians, pundits and entrepreneurs who agree that we need a strong economy, clean environment, prosperity, health and happiness—and debates why personal responsibility is the key to getting what we all want.
 
Let’s Be Real, hosted by GenZ change maker Sammy Jaye, is all about having powerful and candid conversations with celebrities, activists, athletes and influencers, while discussing real-life issues – from mental health and political activism to pop culture and more. This highly acclaimed podcast has been recognized by some amazing people & publications, from the Ryan Seacrest show and 17 Magazine, to Variety, Refinery 29 and so many more. Sammy Jaye, at 19, is the youngest person to host her ...
 
Words and Nerds Podcast is an entertaining and conversational podcast that aims to get inside a writer's mind. We discuss books, the social and political influences of a writer's work and how literature has the power to change the world. The podcast digs deep to bring you an in depth and sometimes humorous analysis of the author's book and its influences. Join us for a new way of looking at literature. Dani Vee your host, English teacher, podcaster, reader, book enthusiast and over-thinker. ...
 
A Red Line in the Sand is the official companion podcast to journalist David Andelman's book of the same name, published by Pegasus Books.From the islands of the South China Sea to Korea's DMZ, the tribes of Arabia across Africa and throughout Europe, red lines have been setting agendas and changing history for centuries. A Red Line in the Sand will jump around the world in 12 episodes examining these boundaries that have changed history, set political agendas, spilled blood and smoothed pat ...
 
Tired of a news media that operates in 3.5-minute segments not providing any context or background information on a political issue or story? Tired of a news media that acts more like political activists pushing an agenda, rather than honest purveyors of information? The P.A.S. Report differentiates itself by bringing a fresh educational perspective to the national conversation. Providing analysis on current issues, while keeping the original intent of the founding fathers intact, listeners ...
 
This is a political podcast which centers around progressive values and leftism. A new episode will be released weekly and will consist of either myself, analyzing policies, or with guests discussing progressive ideas and policy-oriented discussions. We will also be incorporating change management methodology to the discussion so we can discover ways to win hearts and minds, thus moving towards a more human-centric global future.
 
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On Something

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On Something

Colorado Public Radio

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Even if you don’t use, marijuana is changing the world around you in surprising ways. On Something is a podcast from Colorado Public Radio and PRX about how life has changed in the aftermath of marijuana legalization efforts across the United States. Join journalist Ann Marie Awad as she explores the personal stories behind the political, legal and cultural effects of legalization.
 
A sci-fi podcast series that imagines what tomorrow could look like… Can a robot be guilty of murder? What happens when the first child is born inside an artificial womb? Will humanity survive the colonisation of Mars?The future is rushing at us at an astonishing speed and we all wonder what the world will look like when we are old. Never Dark will hurtle you into this future, confronting the changes that new technologies might bring: political; scientific; physiological.Guided by leading ex ...
 
"This Week in the Boardroom" is a weekly video program designed to educate board members and C-suite executives on topics/issues that impact their operational and strategic decisions. The program is hosted by Corporate Board Member, in conjunction with NYSE Euronext, knowledge partners The Center for Audit Quality (CAQ) and Grant Thornton LLP, and contributing partners NIRI and the Society of Corporate Secretaries & Governance Professionals.In a world where political and regulatory changes a ...
 
2016 changed us. We woke up, and now we’re fighting back. In 2018 we took back the House in a massive blue wave and in 2020 we took back the White House, but that was just the beginning. We’re looking ahead to how we’ll build a just and equitable America for us all. Every week you’ll hear inspiring frontline stories from activist leaders, politicians, celebrities, and political insiders. And hosts Steve Pierson and Mariah Craven will give you the tools you need to make an immediate impact on ...
 
Florence Guild is an event series designed to explore the challenges of our age and to find solutions beyond our immediate environment. Inspired by the famed Renaissance city-state, Florence Guild brings to its members the ideas that drive the future of our work and life. An ongoing conversation unfolding over member events, lunches and gatherings, Florence Guild celebrates the antidisciplinary, champions diversity and forges meaningful connections as the response to the technological, polit ...
 
"Bridging the Political Gap" originally was an 11 episode series on how to bridge the political divide our nation now faces. Based on lessons learned from the World War 2 Generation of leaders who created the American century. Leaders who made conscious decisions to look for the good in the people they worked with, to find common ground, put the country first, change with the times as needed and not question the motives of the folks they disagreed with. It was a philosophy of Governing that ...
 
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Globalism 2.0

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Globalism 2.0

globalism2 / Andrew Hupert

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International commerce is transforming so front-line managers have to change their approach. Covid, decoupling, the rise of China, Brexit, and a fractious US political environment are creating new challenges -- and new opportunities -- for international negotiators and leaders. Globalism2.0 is already here.
 
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Amanda’s Twitter fav, Luppe B. Luppen — also known as @nycsouthpaw — joins Battleground this week to contemplate the meaning of a bizarre agreement unearthed recently between Chuck Schumer and Joe Manchin about reconciliation spending. They pick apart the sad efforts put forth by Biden’s SCOTUS Commission to-date, and discuss legal options the Janu…
 
Since the 1960s, the history of fast-food giant McDonald’s has been interwoven with the lives of Black Americans—sometimes in surprising ways. In her Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Franchise, Dr. Chatelain, a professor of history and African American studies at Georgetown University, reveals the complex interrelationship of the fast food chain and th…
 
You may know Ben Barnes from Westworld, Shadow and Bone, Chronicles of Narnia, Dorian Gray and more! But you will soon know him as a singer song writer! You won’t want to miss this amazing conversation between Sammy Jaye and Ben Barnes - they talk about his love of acting, sharing his true self through his music, the journey of his career, dealing …
 
Northern Italy was one of the first regions to be truly hit by the horrors of COVID-19, with a shockingly high mortality rate and cemeteries filling faster than they can dig them. We look at the perfect storm of factors that caused this nightmare and killed a generation of Milanese elderly. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pCZAy1BkQQQhPJ5PcwyBRt…
 
Ep. 6 – Doug Shipman Where The Party At? is excited to bring you “Who Runs Atlanta,” a series of interviews with the candidates for mayor, city council, and school board. Doug Shipman has never run for elected office but he’s no stranger to the city. He worked with then Mayor Shirley Franklin to create the Center for Civil and Human Rights. He most…
 
Henry Frank was rotting in prison alone with no escape. Then, everything changed. In our conversation we talk about the heavy lift of imagining a different future, becoming an artist, discovering true friendship, and embracing his Yurok and Pomo cultures. Delicious Quotes And I was like, I refuse to die in prison. And from that point forward, I sta…
 
Today we talk about Bannon, Buttigieg, the supply chain, Ahmed Aubry, and how you can help Democrats win in Virginia. Then Jessie Daniels joins us for our interview. She’s an expert on Internet manifestations of racism and the author of the new book, “Nice White Ladies - The Truth about White Supremacy, Our Role in It, and How We Can Help Dismantle…
 
Spectrum News 1 has been focusing on the impact of climate change in advance of the United Nations meeting on the topic in Glasgow, Scotland at the end of October. Spectrum News 1 anchor Curtis Jackson discusses climate change with Bryan Mark, Director of the State Climate Office of Ohio, about how climate change is impacting the Buckeye State.…
 
Billy Prempeh comes to The P.A.S. Report podcast to discuss how Democrats use race as a political weapon and what Republicans must do to reach the minority communities. The Biden administration has shown a clear disregard for a unified America, and the democrat party routinely exploits race in order to maintain its power structure. Billy Prempeh un…
 
Ep. 5 – Natalyn Mosby Archibong Where The Party At? is excited to bring you “Who Runs Atlanta,” a series of interviews with the candidates for mayor, city council, and school board. Natalyn Mosby Archibong is a native Atlantan and a veteran on the City Council, representing District 5 for twenty years now. Instead of seeking re-election, Natalyn de…
 
Welcome Back to Where the Party At?! Today, we are here to inform you about the role and function of the Council President. Because this race is as important as the mayoral race! SO... WHY IS THE COUNCIL PRESIDENT IMPORTANT? WHAT DOES THE COUNCIL PRESIDENT DO? WHO’S RUNNING? There are four people running for council president & We have interviews w…
 
“It seems odd that we would just let the world burn.” That was the title for a piece Ezra Klein wrote for the New York Times a few months ago. And it captures a truth about our civilization’s trajectory. If we don’t act — and act urgently — all life on earth is at risk. Yet, even with Democrats in power, action on climate change has been nonexisten…
 
The origin story of MALDEF-Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund-is rooted in the vision of the late Pete Tijerina. In 1967, he represented a Latina who was seriously harmed by corporate neglect and then again by a judge’s refusal, as constitutionally required, to seat Latinos on the jury. Discrimination against Latinos, fueled by mis…
 
Ep. 4 — Felicia Moore Where The Party At? is excited to bring you “Who Runs Atlanta,” a series of interviews with the candidates for mayor, city council, and school board. Felicia Moore is currently the Atlanta City Council President. She previously served as the District 9 city council member and was a council aide. In Atlanta, a council president…
 
60-years ago, Eisenhower warned us about the big government apparatus and the blurring of the lines between government and all sectors within the United States. Eisenhower’s premonition has now come true, and we are witnessing its authoritarian effects. While most are aware of Eisenhower’s farewell address warning about the military-industrial comp…
 
Ep. 3 - Sharon Gay Where The Party At? Is excited to bring you “Who Runs Atlanta,” a series of interviews with the candidates for mayor, city council, and school board. Sharon Gay is one of the most successful attorneys in town, leading the Atlanta office of Dentons. She may not be a household name but she’s no stranger to local politics, having wo…
 
As the EU produces sweeping new proposals on previous red-line issues, can the Government really rewrite the Northern Ireland Protocol to everyone’s satisfaction? If Britain always intended to sign now and ditch it later, what will that do future relations with the EU? Plus, we read every page of the Coronavirus: Lessons Learned report to tease out…
 
Ep. 2 – Antonio Brown Where The Party At? Is excited to bring you “Who Runs Atlanta,” a series of interviews with the candidates for mayor, city council, and school board. Antonio Brown is the District 3 council-member and a candidate for mayor of Atlanta. Elected to the City Council just two years ago, Antonio shares how he went from having zero k…
 
Julián Castro, former Mayor of San Antonio and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for the Obama administration, joins the show this week to shed light on a range of issues troubling America. The groundbreaking 2020 presidential candidate and Amanda discuss the ongoing housing affordability crisis; the transformational impact universal pre-K…
 
Born a slave, Harriet Tubman escaped multiple times, went on to shepherd hundreds of other enslaved people to freedom, and gained renown as an abolitionist, military leader, Union spy and suffragist. Historian and archaeologist Dr. Cheryl LaRoche reveals what made Tubman one of the most remarkable women in U.S. history. Learn more about your ad-cho…
 
In deze podcast spreekt Annick van Rinsum met Anne-Jo Visser: de directeur van de Amsterdamse Federatie van Woningcorporaties. Ze spreken over de Nederlandse Volkshuisvestingstraditie, over haar passie voor de planologie, en over de rol van de woningcorporaties in het oplossen van de wooncrisis. Wil je meer weten? Kom, of kijk dan op maandag 18 okt…
 
Ep. 1 Andre Dickens Where The Party At? Is excited to bring you “Who Runs Atlanta,” a series of interviews with the candidates for mayor, city council, and school board. Andre Dickens is the Post 3 At-Large Atlanta City Councilman and a candidate for mayor of Atlanta. In this interview, Andre sits down with Saba to talk about growing up in Atlanta,…
 
Where The Party At? is your political podcast for the Atlanta municipal elections and more. Find out why Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms isn’t running for re-election, who’s running for mayor, who’s backing them, and why you need to vote in the 2021 elections. Subscribe and tune in for our “Who Runs Atlanta,” series of interviews with the candidates for…
 
Helping us break down the week and share our reasons for hope is comedian, regular panel member on NPR’s Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me, and host of the Who’s Paying Attention? podcast, Alonzo Bodden! And because we are still just weeks away from the Virginia election, we’ve got Virginia Delegate Wendy Gooditis joining us to share her inspiring story and …
 
Eerie similarities mark our world today with the one Richard Nixon faced a half century ago. As we begin our Landmark Podcast Documentary Series on Richard Nixon we look at the world Richard Nixon faced as he stepped into office and how he had changed that world by the time he began his second term. By January 29th, 1973, Richard Nixon stood with A…
 
Mike Kallmeyer guest hosts this episode of Dear Ohio, introducing Dear Ohio listeners to Spectrum News 1's flagship public affairs program, In Focus. He delves deep into criminal justice reform. Gov. Mike DeWine signed several bills last year, which took effect this year and serve as a patchwork for reforming Ohio's criminal justice system. Kallmey…
 
Are you a domestic terrorist? According to a newly released Department of Justice memo, Attorney General Merrick Garland, the domestic terrorist label can be applied to ordinary Americans who speak out against local school boards. While this memo may be shocking to some, this was largely predictable as America continues to become more authoritarian…
 
Become a patron of the show and help me make even more great episodes! Donate by visiting www.patreon.com/trucepodcast The British slave trade had several well-known opponents: William Wilberforce and John Newton (who wrote "Amazing Grace") to name a few. But historian Adam Hochschild ("King Leopold's Ghost", "To End All Wars") argues that history …
 
Mississippi Votes starts with an awe-inspiring mission, the registration of 400,000 eligible unregistered residents, and then goes deeper. It is building a culture of civic engagement in Mississippi, where access to the ballot box is a high hurdle, from the archaic requirement to print, fill out and mail in registration forms to lifelong disenfranc…
 
Where The Party At? is a bipartisan political platform created to engage inactive voters and provoke action. We do this by educating our audience weekly on the current state of politics, introducing elected officials, breaking down legislation, and advocating for change. Hosted by Saba Long, an Atlanta-based political strategist, community organize…
 
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