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I Kina spiser de hunde og I Danmark putter vi sild i eddike. Maden, vi spiser er både kultur, identitet, idealisme, historie, fællesskab, sundhed og sanselig nydelse. Gå i køkkenet med P1 og Susanna Sommer og hør om fortidens udhulede øjenæbler fyldt med fin postej, fremtidens ormeletter og larvesnacks, om nutidens madintegration, måltidet, der danner og socialiserer, grønne aktivister og østersliderlighed.
 
This issue includes "Slaves of the Dust" by Sophie Wenzel Ellis, Part B of "The Pirate Planet" by Charles W. Diffin, "The Sea Terror" by Captain S. P. Meek, "Gray Denim" by Harl Vincent, and "The Ape-Men of Xlotli" by David R. Sparks. - Summary by Bill Boerst
 
On December 1st 2019, Byron Wrightstick woke up in the Queens Suite of the Royal York with One Million Dollars in his bank account. After being blackout drunk on the November 30th, Byron doesn’t know where the money came from or why he received it. Is the money a harmless mistake of little consequence, or is the untraceable eTransfer at the root of a deeper and more dangerous mystery? Investigative Journalist Zoey Danglerstein sorts through hours of interviews and different documents as she ...
 
"Birds and All Nature" was a monthly publication of the Nature Study Publishing Company of Chicago. It includes short poems and brief descriptions of birds, animals and other natural subjects with accompanying color plates. The magazine was published from 1897-1907 under the various titles, "Birds," "Birds and all Nature," "Nature and Art" and "Birds and Nature." - Summary by J. M. Smallheer
 
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President and CEO of LeadersUp, Jeffery Wallace discusses turning a $1 million seed investment from Starbucks into employment opportunities for over 60,000 young people, growing social capital on his professional journey, and being committed to both financial prosperity and social entrepreneurship.Bởi Delisha & Damarcus
 
Chief Diversity Officer for the City of Buffalo and Co-Host of the B Suite Podcast, Shatorah Donovan discusses growing up in a large family Jehovah's Witnesses, choosing college even though it wasn't encouraged, starting her legal career as an immigration attorney, and speaking truth to power while working in government.…
 
Co-Owner of Brooklyn Tea, Jamila McGill (Episode 50) discusses the realities of maintaining a brick and mortar location while indoor dining was suspended, pivoting to online sales as a result of increased support for Black-owned businesses, and leveraging her network for greater access to financial resources during the pandemic.…
 
In this installment of "The Check-In," Managing partner of SMP Global Consultants and Senior Campaign Advisor, Samuel Pierre discusses growing his consulting business during the pandemic, celebrating the small wins as a political strategist, and creating space for vulnerability and self care especially during difficult seasons.…
 
In the latest installment of "The Check-In," CEO of Onramp Invest and Founder of 401, Tyrone Ross Jr. (Episode 30)discusses charting a new course after appearing on our most popular episode to date, relocating to the West Coast to lead a digital investment startup, and fulfilling his purpose to empower young people with financial literacy.…
 
Activist and Chief Operating Officer of Community Coalition, Corey Matthews discusses growing up in South Central Los Angeles, embarking on a nonlinear career path after obtaining two degrees from UCLA, and discovering the value in long-term stability both professionally and personally.Bởi Delisha & Damarcus
 
In Part 2 of this interview, executive coach, actor, director and filmmaker, Dr. Karen Baptiste discusses how existing education policies are designed to funnel children of color and children with special needs into the criminal justice system, and how she's manifesting her vision for her documentary, From Preschool to Prison.…
 
Executive coach, director and filmmaker, Dr. Karen Baptiste discusses changing her college major five times before finding her niche, landing her first job in television without having to apply or interview, leaving the industry to become an educator and advocate, and laying the groundwork for her first documentary - From Preschool to Prison.…
 
In part 1 of this interview, singer, composer, and pianist, Avery*Sunshine discusses growing up in a blended family in Chester, Pennsylvania, navigating predominantly White spaces both in childhood and in her career, and taking stock of how she shows up in the world as a Black woman, mother, wife, and boss.…
 
In Part 2 of this interview, CNN Digital Producer, Demetrius Pipkin discusses increasing his salary and purchasing a New York apartment while still in his twenties, landing his current position at CNN, getting engaged and relocating during the pandemic, and coping with current events while working as a journalist.…
 
In Part 1 of this interview, CNN Digital Producer, Demetrius Pipkin discusses landing his first job at a Las Vegas television station while still in high school, opting to attend Arizona State University despite already having a foot in the door in his hometown, and transitioning from his role as a production secretary at CBS to Producer and Report…
 
Visionary, culture expert and Lead Creative Strategist at Paper Magazine, Courtney Richardson discusses working with such top brands and personalities as Nike, HBO and Lena Waithe, cashing in her 401K to launch her own business, providing a platform for Black culture both as an employee and entrepreneur, and amplifying the cultural currency of Blac…
 
Salesforce Professional and Project/Product Manager at a well-known audio streaming company, Scott Davis discusses leaving Harlem to pursue his undergraduate studies at the University of Miami, withdrawing from law school after one semester and building a new professional path, and preparing for the life and career he has today before it became a r…
 
In Episode 5 of The Day Before December Zoey and Jonesy hang out at the aquarium when something fishy goes down. Zoey also starts to suspect Ted set up Byron and Mr. Wrightstick suspiciously can’t find his wallet. With an Earth Shattering ending The Day Before December leads into its Seasons Finale with everything up in the air.…
 
Community Builder, Host, and Founder of Family Dinner Foundation, Lawrence Adjah discusses growing up with positive examples of entrepreneurship and human connection, reframing his identity as a result of disappointment and loss, and discovering the call to help others establish and strengthen their most important relationships.…
 
In the highly anticipated third episode of The Day Before December, Zoey Danglerstein continues her investigation into Byron Wrightstick. She talks with her former North Humber ScreechCock classmate Natalie, Byron’s very own Mother and the store that sells Tubs to the Royal York. Featuring the most Electric “Next Time, on The Day Before December” y…
 
After waking up with a million dollars in his bank account and no recollection of how he got the money Byron Wrightstick turns to investigative Journalist Zoey Danglerstein to try to solve his mystery. In Episode Two Zoey Danglerstein dives deeper into the mystery of Byron Wrightstick, Jonesy goes on a date with a girl who once went out with Byron …
 
In part 2 of this interview, Senior Facilities Planner, Kedarious Colbert discusses moving to Washington DC without a job opportunity and later relocating to the West Coast, coping with grief and loss, and leveraging his professional expertise to create pathways for racial equality.Bởi Delisha & Damarcus
 
Episode 1 of The Day Before December outlines the curious mystery of Byron Wrightstick. After a wild night on November 30th, 2019, Byron Wrightstick woke up in the Queens Suite of the Royal York with One Million Dollars deposited into his bank account from an untraceable source. Investigative Journalist Zoey Danglerstein talks with Byron, as well a…
 
In part 1 of this interview, Senior Facilities Planner, Kedarious Colbert discusses becoming a serious student and making up for lost time as a high school senior, adding a second undergraduate major instead of graduating early, and receiving only one job offer after earning two Master's degrees on two separate continents.…
 
Santa Barbara City College faculty member and co-founder of diversity, equity and inclusion consulting firm Ally 2 Accomplice, Dr. Donte Newman discusses serving as an advocate for the Black community, overcoming barriers to opportunity in education and career, and looking ahead to the next presidential term.…
 
Author, Speaker, and Host of the Minority Trailblazer Podcast, Greg E. Hill discusses taking a break from college in his senior year after finding success as an entrepreneur, returning to school after ending up homeless and on the verge of financial ruin, and leaving Corporate America to build a multi-faceted business enterprise and empower youth a…
 
Author, speaker and entrepreneur, Lucinda Cross discusses discovering her entrepreneurial spirit while growing up in NY public housing, making a decision as a college student that resulted in a federal prison sentence, rebuilding her life upon release, and successfully running her leadership services company, Activate Worldwide.…
 
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