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Podcasts and event audio from the Woodrow Wilson Center's History and Public Policy Program, which includes the Cold War International History Project, the North Korea International Documentation Project, and the Nuclear Proliferation International History Project and is home to the Digital Archive at www.digitalarchive.org International History Declassified, with Pieter Biersteker and Kian Byrne of the History and Policy Program focuses on interviews with historians to gain insight into the ...
 
Black stories are a vital part of Black healing. That Black healing is a vital part of the world’s healing. Our stories are medicine and contain technology often overlooked in spaces that have actively de-centered Black bodies and voices. My Black Body Podcast is a container to share and grow nourishment for our collective bodies, minds and spirits. ​ This podcast will serve as a living record. By centering Black stories told by Black people, we ensure that we play an integral role in preser ...
 
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Audio podcasts from guest artists of the Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (MANCC) at Florida State University. This series of podcasts include interviews with choreographers participating in MANCC residencies discussing current research topics relevant to work on tour in this country and abroad.
 
Sisters With Invoices is an intersectional safe space that provides knowledge, tools and resources through dialectical interaction and activations centered around taking space for the voices, professional experiences + academia of Black femme bodies in the world of arts + entertainment. Our goal is to help uplift marginalized freelance creatives of color survive toxicity and better navigate through the perils of entertainment, arts and media creation. We believe that reclaiming media is a fo ...
 
St. Anne’s Public House, is a Audio Journal of theology and culture. Started in 2002, its mission has been to put water back in the well of hardworking people, busy changing culture for Christ. We aim to stimulate people to love God with body, soul, and mind with eclectic — but always Christ-centered — interviews, reviews, and commentary. You can download our back issues for free at www.stannespub.com. Stop in and join the conversation.
 
UNINTERRUPTED's original podcast takes you inside the "DO" mindset of the world's top athletes live from Nike's Just DO It Headquarters in Los Angeles. Each episode centers around a specific fitness theme with insights from Nike's most elite discussing their training process, advice for younger kids and the traits that make them more than an athlete. Just DO It HQ is hosted by Denise Jones.
 
Listeners is a show about the craft and power of listening. We talk with media and communication experts, thought leaders, doers, and innovators whose ideas can amplify the quality of our dialogue and interactions. Listeners is produced by the Agora Journalism Center, the gathering place for innovation in communication and civic engagement at University of Oregon's School of Journalism and Communication.
 
At the Business Innovation Factory, we help leaders design and test transformational business models. We do this for businesses and in complex social systems such as healthcare, education, and government. Our approach is human-centered — we seek to understand the jobs customers need done, and use this insight to design new experiences that will better serve them. We experiment in the real world, and rely on storytelling to engage others in the process.
 
This is a platform for African women to share their experiences through all types of conversations. From politics to fashion to running businesses or owning ventures or to just being stay at home moms. We are simply humanizing our experiences. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/judicaelle-irakoze/support
 
The Moral Courage Project is a collaboration between the University of Dayton Human Rights Center and PROOF: Media for Social Justice that strives to shift debate and shape narrative by centering the accounts of individuals and communities with first-hand experiences of divisive issues. Moral Courage Radio is the podcast platform that accompanies our work in other media, which includes traveling exhibits, interactive websites, and print materials. Season One of Moral Courage Radio launched i ...
 
Inviting us to receive the ultimate gift, Adam shares the direct experience of the heart and mind falling open. In this effortless opening, the suffering involved in resisting feelings and believing thoughts spontaneously releases. Our natural abundance of joy, peace, wisdom, and love becomes apparent and available. Heart-centered, gentle, and direct, Adam offers a path straight into the truth of who you are. "Adam is a great messenger of truth. He has a very unique transmission that does wo ...
 
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we are joined by the Global Risk and Resilience Program's Lauren Herzer Risi and Mike Sfraga. They discuss environmental security and polar issues facing the incoming Biden administration. They also provide updates on current and new initiatives from the Wilson Center’s Polar Institute and Environmental Change a…
 
Support Laborwave Radio at patreon.com/laborwaveAlex Press, labor reporter and staff writer at Jacobin Magazine, joins the show to discuss Joe Biden's union credentials and what organized labor should and shouldn't expect from a Biden administration. As made clear in this interview- not much without a fight. We also dig into the details of the PRO …
 
Trying to get treatment while marginalized is truly a non consensual pain in the ass. Resources: Nalgona Positivity Pride https://www.nalgonapositivitypride.com/ TFFED Trans Folx Fighting Eating Disorders https://www.transfolxfightingeds.com/ Check back with us for a list of Black Providers who do ED Support Many thanks to: SJ Thompson The Resilien…
 
Sustain Laborwave Radio by becoming a patron at patreon.com/laborwave Laborwave spoke with workers at No Evil Foods about the company's union busting strategy against a unionization campaign organized by employees. Megan, John, and Max discuss in detail the tactics of No Evil Foods union busting, including a marathon series of captive audience meet…
 
#alwaysinmyfeelings a sketchpad of audio offerings that has warps between all the feels on the new moon + full moon, menses power each month. a dj mix, musical outpouring by SWI founder Amelian Kashiro Hamilton - a cancer moon that has been practicing celibacy and sobriety currently clocking in at 1 year and 3 months. the music weaves together mani…
 
Support Laborwave Radio at patreon.com/laborwaveJake Alimahomed-Wilson and Ellen Reese are the editors of The Cost of Free Shipping: Amazon in the Global Economy published by Pluto Press. Order a copy at https://www.plutobooks.com/9780745341484/the-cost-of-free-shipping/With cutting-edge analysis, this book looks at the many facets of the corporati…
 
In this episode Jessica gives us another moment of clarity and decolonization via her "Nope That's Not a Thing" segment and Rawiyah is not okay. Resources listed at the beginning of this episode: Nalgona Positivity Pride https://www.nalgonapositivitypride.com/ TFFED Trans Folx Fighting Eating Disorders https://www.transfolxfightingeds.com/ Check ba…
 
The IWW is 115 years old! In celebration we invited Marianne Garneau & Nick Driedger from Organizing Work to discuss the nuts and bolts of organizing within the IWW and our future as a union.What accounts for the recent upsurge in IWW organizing campaigns? How do we make more universal for all Wobblies our educational documents and training program…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, Public Policy Fellow Diana Negroponte discusses her new book, Master Negotiator: The Role of James A. Baker, III at the End of the Cold War. The book examines the critical role President George H. W. Bush's secretary of state played on the world stage in the final years of the Cold War as the Soviet Union unrav…
 
In this episode of International History Declassified, we speak with historian Sarah B. Snyder about how domestic social movements shifted the conversation about global human rights, what role the State Department played, and her experience with research on human rights with corporate archives.
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we are joined by Anya Prusa, Slater Family Fellow and a Senior Associate at the Brazil Institute. She discusses a series of events, publications, and podcasts the Wilson Center is hosting on Gender-Based Violence (GBV) worldwide. These events parallel the United Nations’ 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based …
 
Laborwave Radio presents a podcast mini-series, After The Revolution. ​After the Revolution is inspired by the desire to offer more than a diagnosis of what is wrong with today by focusing on what we might be able to bring about instead. Each episode within this series will begin by highlighting the importance of one particular feature of society, …
 
Crossposting an interview Laborwave Radio host, Alex Riccio, had with Joseph Orosco of the Anarres Project for Alternative Futures about the #ScholarStrike. The recent online #ScholarStrike claimed to be a way for higher ed faculty to engage in radical action in support of racial justice and against police violence in the US. In the conversation I …
 
Marianne Garneau, editor and contributor of Organizing Work, and Nick Driedger, regular contributor to Organizing Work, joined Laborwave Radio to discuss the future and present of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). This is a preview clip from the episode set to be released in full in December 2020.…
 
Join in on the fun Discord conversations by becoming a Laborwave Patron at patreon.com/laborwave We're reading books, sharing articles, and watching movies via discord with our patreon subscribers.We've finished No Shortcuts: Organizing for Power by Jane McAlevey! Each chapter has been discussed at length in our series Comrades Read Together, and t…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we are joined by Melissa K. Griffith, Public Policy Fellow with the Wilson Center’s Science and Technology Innovation Program. Griffith discusses the continuing global digital divide and highlights cybersecurity related issues with the rolling out of 5G services around the globe.…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we are joined by Tyler Kirk, former Title VIII Research Scholar and Assistant Professor, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. He discusses his Wilson Center project “Remembering the GULAG: Community, Identity and Cultural Memory in Russia's Far North, 1987-2018.” The project highlights both the legacy of the Gulag a…
 
We spoke with members of the Angry Workers, a political collective, about the insights from their recent PM Press title, "Class Power on Zero Hours." The Angry Workers spent the last six years working in a London backyard mostly among food and manufacturing workers, and they've chronicled their experiences as well as their efforts to organize along…
 
On Election Night comrades of the show got together to play games, talk politics, and ease election anxiety (as much as that was possible). Here's a short clip of our four-hour hangout where we discussed Emma Goldman's position on women's suffrage and state politics, the Black Rose Anarchist Federation article on Voting or Abstention, and a recent …
 
David Graeber was an anthropologist, proponent of anarchism, and participant in many movement struggles of the past two decades including the Alter-Globalization movement and Occupy Wall Street. Among his popular authored books includes Debt: The First 5,000 Years, The Utopia of Rules, Bullshit Jobs, and Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology. He p…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we are joined by Richard Byrne, editor of the Wilson Quarterly, and Izabella Tabarovsky, Program Associate for the Kennan Institute. Byrne provides an overview of the Fall 2020 edition of the Wilson Quarterly entitled, The Ends of History. Tabarovsky highlights her article, Russia’s Lost War, which examines how …
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we are joined by Blair Ruble, Distinguished Fellow and author of the new book, Portraying the Soul of a People: African Americans Confront Wilson’s Legacy From the Washington Stage. Ruble examines the Washington African American theater community’s response to systematic racism during the Woodrow Wilson administ…
 
A preview of our next installment of After the Revolution, a mini-series exploring aspects of a future revolutionary society that goes deeper than just what we are against to articulate our desires and wants in a society centered on emancipation. Shawn from Srsly Wrong podcast joins Laborwave Radio to discuss how current shopping malls can be creat…
 
We discussed the legacy and experiences of Occupy Wall Street with two movement participants Marina Sitrin and Vanessa Zettlers, contributors to the recent title Pandemic Solidarity: Mutual Aid during the Covid-19 Crisis published by Pluto Press.Our conversation touched on the ways to recover the real history of OWS and overcome "historical forgett…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we are joined by David Shimer, Global Fellow with the Kennan Institute and author of Rigged: America, Russia, and One Hundred Years of Covert Electoral Interference. Shimer discusses his book which examines covert operations to influence elections from the Cold War to 2016 and highlights why he believes the thre…
 
On this episode we sit down with Dylan Nasiatka. Dylan is a minor league hitting coach with the Los Angeles Dodgers who has also coached at the collegiate level. He's with one of the best player development organizations that turns out prospect after prospect through their system and he gives us a little insight into their process, among a bunch of…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we are joined by Sherri Goodman, Senior Fellow with the Polar Institute and Environmental Change & Security Program. Goodman discusses how climate change has quickly become a “threat multiplier” for national security and how the U.S. military is seeking to mitigate the worst climate effects moving forward.…
 
We spoke with Amir Fleischmann of the Graduate Employee Organization, a union at the University of Michigan, about their latest strike leveraged to fight the university's reckless reopening plans amid a pandemic. Amir provides a play-by-play of the strike, the events leading up to it and the larger context in which it occurred, and how their union …
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we are joined by the new director of the Wilson Center’s Global Europe Program, Dan Hamilton. He discusses the most pressing challenges facing Europe in the new decade. Hamilton also highlights the important role the Global Europe program intends to play in researching and framing key US-European issues for poli…
 
Laborwave Radio is celebrating it's three-year anniversary! We've put together a highlight reel from our latest year featuring Jarrod Shanahan, Asad Haider, Boots Riley, Raj Patel, Holly Lewis, Micah Uetricht, Gianpaolo Baiocchi, Sarah Jaffe, Natasha Lennard, Liza Featherstone, Bill Fletcher Jr, Andrea Haverkamp, Shannon Ikebe & Tara Phillips, Nick…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we are joined by the Kissinger Institute’s Robert Daly and historian and author Thomas Schwartz. We discuss Schwartz’s latest book, Henry Kissinger and American Power: A Political Biography, which seeks to separate the man from the myth and provide a greater understanding of one of the most complex figures in U.…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we are joined by the Asia Program’s Shihoko Goto, who discusses what we can expect from Japan’s newly elected prime minister Yoshihide Suga. Goto also looks back at the legacy of Shinzo Abe, Japan’s longest-serving post-war prime minister, and highlights how foreign and economic policies may change under Suga.…
 
In the first of what will be many episodes about eating disorders, Rawiyah shares their eating disorder history and the realities of being a Fat, Black, Femme when seeking treatment and how not being a Karen impacted their ability understand their behaviors as disordered. Jessica discusses her experiences supporting clients and friends with disorde…
 
Join in on the fun Discord conversations by becoming a Laborwave Patron at patreon.com/laborwaveAndrea Haverkamp, president of CGE 6069, joins Laborwave to discuss chapters 5 & 6 of No Shortcuts: Organizing for Power in the New Gilded Age by Jane McAlevey; "If We Can Change the White House, We Can Change the Hog House!"Our conversation highlights t…
 
Joining Laborwave is Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown University, to discuss his piece on Identity Politics and Elite Capture published by the Boston Review. "If elite capture boils down to the way power and resources tend to be distributed within groups, and not simply across groups, then it is a fully general proble…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we are joined by Aaron Salzberg, Director of the Water Institute at the University of North Carolina. He discusses the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam project, which will become Africa’s largest source of hydropower when fully operational. Salzberg highlights the dam’s impact on Ethiopia’s economy and environmen…
 
Join in on the fun conversations by becoming a Laborwave Patron at patreon.com/laborwaveEllen Kress, former president of GTFF 3544 and current AFT-Oregon officer, and Andrea Haverkamp, president of CGE 6069, join Laborwave for a comradely discussion on chapters 3 & 4 of No Shortcuts: Organizing for Power in the New Gilded Age by Jane McAlevey.These…
 
Celebrating 2 years with a cute Indigenous House mix by our Sound Director @pas.telshade! Both interludes included! First InterludeTracklist:1. Give Me the Night (DJ Meme Deep In The Night Long Mix)- George Benson2. Tangerine (Channel Tres Remix) [GODMODE] - Aaron Childs 3. Love Muscle (Feat. Nomi Ruiz)- Honey Dijon4. Heal Yourself And Move (BEAT) …
 
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