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Hosted by Michael Davis, Common Sense on Social Justice brings you a common sense and fresh perspective to creating a just society. Listen each week to explore themes of Catholic social teaching and to be equipped with the tools you need to carry out social justice right where you are. Produced at the studios of Mater Dei Radio in Portland, Oregon. Share your comments and questions with Michael by emailing sjcommonsense@gmail.com.
 
The Narrative for Social Justice podcast (N4SJ) explores the connections between the study of narratives--and narratives themselves--and many forms of social justice. Episodes will be released monthly and will feature conversations between scholars, activists, writers, and artists. Topics include our/our guests’ understandings of and approaches to “social justice,” the literary canon, feminist/queer/trans approaches, and anti-racist education. This public scholarship initiative is run throug ...
 
Deep Thoughts: Science and Social Justice. Is an interview podcast where we take a deep dive into the struggles, triumphs and personal stories of minorities in the sciences, arts and public service. The goal of these interviews is to have candid, first person conversations about the role of race, gender, and socioeconomic status in politics, the sciences and beyond. Follow the podcast in Instagram! @Deep_Thoughts_PodcastViews=Own
 
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Social Justice & Activism · The Creative Process

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Social Justice & Activism · The Creative Process

Activists, Environmental & Indigenous Groups, Artists & Writers Talk Activism · Creative Process Original Series

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Social Justice & Activism episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. We speak to activists, environmental organizations, indigenous groups, artists, writers & others who have devoted their life to making a difference. To listen to ALL arts, activism & environmental episodes of “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”, you’ll find our main podcast on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts! Exploring the ...
 
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Social Justice

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Social Justice

Academy of Achievement

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Explore the timeless pursuit of social justice and learn what it takes to become an effective advocate for the cause that inspires you. Learn how champions of human rights have empowered the powerless and given voice to the unheard and excluded.
 
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Super Serious Social Justice Podcast

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Super Serious Social Justice Podcast

Brianne Bilyeu, Olivia James, & Courtney Kupfer

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Super Serious Social Justice is a podcast about, as you may have guessed, social justice. But it's not your average discussion of social justice. It's easy to feel overwhelmed when talking about heavy topics, and we wanted to keep it light. That's why we aim for our podcast to have you laughing AND thinking hard.
 
Heretic is about the social justice movement and the unwritten rules that underpin (and may undermine) it. Hosted by lifelong social justice advocate Sam Killermann, and featuring interviews with guest activists, authors, and artists who have been pushed to the fringes by the movement, or spent their lives fighting for social justice, Heretic is a light conversation about the darkness in society. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heretic/support
 
Social Justice: The New American Revolution is a podcast that gives everyone a voice on different social issues. Listen to your hosts tackle topics that are heavy on all of us. We are giving anyone who wants it a place to be heard and to share different points of views with our listeners. Make sure you tune in tomorrow for the latest episode and if you want to be heard, email us at theSocialJusticepodcast@gmail.com. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/social-justice-open/support
 
Abigail Meller is an aspiring activist, feminist, and a couple of other –ists, with a passion for health policy, advocacy work, and civil rights. Join her as she discusses current public health, healthcare policy, and social justice issues on Generation Invincible, a bi-weekly podcast by a millennial, for millennials.
 
This is a student-run podcast about social justice issues, created as part of a high school class project. Episodes will explore topics surrounding racism, sexism, heterosexism, classism, religious intolerance, ableism, classism and more. Opinions expressed in the podcast are those of the individual hosts and may change or deepen as they gain more knowledge and understanding of these topics.
 
Throughout the school year, the Center for Public Service Law teams up with a different student organization as host of this innovative programming series. Programming includes a wide range of events such as talks by nationally recognized practitioners, films with related discussions, discussions facilitated by professors (including non-law professors), debates between professors and/or practitioners and much more.
 
The Social Justice Education Network is a collaborative multi-media platform for speakers, educators, and bloggers to transform businesses, agencies, and individuals in the field of diversity and inclusion through education and engagement through accessible media, workshops, and speaking engagements. This podcast is trying to educate the world in an accessible way on the hardest topics out there. Tune in every week for a new podcast!
 
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OPEN! Social Justice Podcast

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OPEN! Social Justice Podcast

Gregory Andrews and Stephen Ross

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OPEN! Podcast discusses Diversity and Social Justice Diversity issues, we often will discuss current events and talk about the implications they may have in areas of privilege and oppression. Often times we'll examine our own privileges, thoughts, and feelings towards particular subjects with the intention of promoting and inviting conversations by way of our OPEN! blog located at our website, www.areyouopen.org. We encourage people to respond in blog form, or to write a blog about their per ...
 
Welcome to the Podcast Segment of YouTube's "The Poetry Vlog": http://youtube.com/c/thepoetryvlog. Tune in for 30-minute guest discussions connecting poetry, cultural studies, and social justice. Guests range from published poets, scholars, and artists to folx just entering these conversations. C. R. Grimmer is a scholar, poet, lecturer at the University of Washington. For more info, to join the community, or to reach out: http://www.thepoetryvlog.com/ Join us: IG: http://instagram.com/thepo ...
 
Perspectives is a forum where individuals can come to express their viewpoint, their stance, and their angle, on issues relative to topics of concern to the community, globally. Our host and featured guest presents a PERSPECTIVE ON various topics through a unique lens. Perspectives On gives the world a frame of reference, an ear and a voice on politics, the church, public policy, advocacy, finance, economics, and health. Perspectives On is a round table, hot topics, dialogue on issues in the ...
 
Service Roads is a podcast focused on celebrating the practice of using the law for social change. Our guests include lawyers, judges, and advocates that have committed their careers to working for the people that need it most. As one of our guest's stated "there is a major difference between Law and Justice". We're trying to figure out what that difference is, and how lawyers can fix it.
 
In this podcast we will discuss current affairs centered around national security, politics, religion, and social justice issues. Our goal is not to give our listeners the answers but rather to encourage them to discover their own authentic truth. My goal is to encourage people to think beyond their comfort zones. I want to encourage people to recognize their biases and challenge themselves to extend their thinking to consider different points of view. Incidentally, I do not see "bias" autom ...
 
Let’s be real. Men need to bring up their social justice game, and we believe there are men out there who want to but don’t know how. Jake and Carl don’t have all the answers, but they believe that opening up and doing a lot of self-reflection is one of the best ways for men to join the movement. Listen in while they try to model that process. Jake identifies as a cis-man, White, heterosexual, disabled (learning disability), middle class, agnostic, and is fan of Star Wars. Jake is a Communic ...
 
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Ingrid Newkirk is the founder and president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)—the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 6.5 million members and supporters worldwide. She is the author of more than a dozen books that have been translated into several languages, including her latest, Animalkind: Remarkabl…
 
Host Chiara Pellegrini talks with Sean Yeager about autistic narratives and resisting the narratives of “autism”, neuroqueer social justice, physics, pedagogies, disability studies, and the editing of this episode. Podcast music created by Drew Morgan Follow the Narrative for Social Justice Facebook page Follow Narrative for Social Justice on Twitt…
 
Deep Thoughts: Science and Social Justice. Is an interview podcast where we take a deep dive into the struggles, triumphs and personal stories of minorities in the sciences, arts and public service. Let's talk about the science of comedy! Featuring Wali Collins! Let's discuss gender differences in laughter, the history of laugher and the biology of…
 
Veronica Chambers For a lot of people Black Lives Matter became part of their lives in a concrete way in the wake of the murder of George Floyd but the story of the organization starts years earlier. In her book, with its gorgeous photographs, NYT editor Veronica Chambers takes us on not only the journey of BLM but also looks to the past and the fu…
 
"They’re not human traits. They’re all shared traits because, of course, we all love. We all love our families, or not. We all grieve if somebody we love disappears or dies. A family dog, perhaps. A grandfather. We all feel loneliness, we all feel joy. We all really value our freedom. And so I think, if anything, looking into the eyes of the animal…
 
“This museum, this institution has a long history and actually, the idea of a museum goes back to maybe 100 years ago when Civil War veterans wanted a monument recognizing the service and the sacrifice of African Americans during the war effort. It wasn't until the mid-late 80s when congressman John Lewis with some other colleagues started to bring…
 
Dr. Dwandalyn Reece is a storyteller, ethnomusicologist, and museum professional. Reece studied American Studies and Music at Scripps College, American Culture and Museum Practice at the University of Michigan, and Musical Performance at New York University. Her research and projects include exhibitions at the Louis Armstrong House and Archives, th…
 
“I do want to point out–many writers don’t want to admit to it or say it–it’s just words on a page until everybody else makes it come alive. You had Idris Elba and Wood Harris acting in that scene. I had Joe Chappelle shooting it. He was the director. All the craftsmen and artists that worked on that made it what it is. And that’s actually what I l…
 
George Pelecanos is an award-winning author, essayist, screenwriter and producer from Washington, D.C. He has written over 20 novels and four series in the crime and detective fiction genre. He is also a recipient of the Los Angeles Times Book prize, the Raymond Chandler award, the Hammett Prize, the Barry Award, the Gumshoe Award, and the Grand Pr…
 
"I have a strong feeling that at the moment, especially in the United States, people are much more interested in the culture and backgrounds of minorities than they are in the cultures where those minorities originally came from. I think it’s a sign of people drawing inwards more and more. That goes for the Right Wing populists and White Supremacis…
 
Ian Buruma is the author of many books, including A Tokyo Romance, The Churchill Complex,Their Promised Land, Year Zero, The China Lover, Murder in Amsterdam, Occidentalism and God’s Dust. He teaches at Bard College and is a columnist for Project Syndicate and contributor to The New Yorker, The New York Times, and other publications. He was awarded…
 
“You can criticize many things in the United States, but there are taboos and the number one taboo is that you cannot criticize Capitalism. That is equated with disloyalty…This story about Capitalism being wonderful. This story is fading. You can’t do that anymore. The Right Wing cannot rally its troops around Capitalism. That’s why it doesn’t do i…
 
Richard D. Wolff is Founder of Democracy at Work and host of the show Economic Update. Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst where he taught economics from 1973 to 2008. He is currently a Visiting Professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs of the New School University, New York City. Earlier he taught…
 
“The good thing about our species is that we create our own environment. What we’ve been doing so far is creating an environment where we’re much more successful. We live a lot longer, we’re much healthier than we have been in the past. There are many, many more of us, so we’re very successful as a species and that’s been at the expense of other ec…
 
Gaia Vince is a science writer and broadcaster interested in the interplay between humans and the planetary environment. She has held senior editorial posts at Nature and New Scientist, and her writing has featured in newspapers and magazines including the Guardian, The Times and Scientific American. She also writes and presents science programmes …
 
"I think any time we are closer to the earth, we can feel the struggles of other human beings as well. I encourage young women to find whatever it is they are passionate about and invest their entire soul in it and go for it! Because you’ll be happy if you’re passionate about your work." –Mary Edna Fraser "Southern Africa, south of the Sahara, they…
 
Duke University Professor Emeritus Orrin H. Pilkey is one of the rare academics who engages in public advocacy about science-related issues. His collaborator, Mary Edna Fraser, is an artist who highlights environmental concerns in large silk batiks and oils. They are the co-authors of A Celebration of the World’s Barrier Islands and Global Climate …
 
Wetlands naturally absorb twice the amount of carbon than all the world’s forests combined. “I think everybody at school learns about the water cycle. That rings a bell with everybody. Maybe this is a good hook to show the place of wetlands in capturing and purifying and the story of water. And then in turn how this links to what we’re seeing every…
 
Jane Madgwick is an ecologist and author with 30 years of experience of working internationally on the science, policy and practice of wetlands and water management. Since 2004, she has been CEO of Wetlands International, leading a network of 20 offices operating in over 100 countries. Wetlands International works to mobilise the conservation and r…
 
“There’s a wide range of reasons that we really need to understand the root causes of a lot of our social ills and environmental ills. I think we need to continue to come back to this question of how we heal this imposed divide between the natural world and human social constructs. And that healing is key to how we’re going to really unwind the per…
 
Osprey Orielle Lake is the Founder and Executive Director of the Women's Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) International dedicated to accelerating a global women’s climate justice movement. She works nationally and internationally with grassroots and Indigenous leaders, policy-makers and scientists to promote climate justice, resilient commu…
 
FX Harsono, one of Indonesia’s most revered contemporary artists, has been a central figure of the Indonesian art scene for over 40 years. In 1975, he was among a group of young artists who founded Indonesia’s Gerakan Seni Rupa Baru (New Art Movement), which emphasized an experimental, conceptual approach, the use of everyday materials, and engagem…
 
FX Harsono, one of Indonesia’s most revered contemporary artists, has been a central figure of the Indonesian art scene for over 40 years. In 1975, he was among a group of young artists who founded Indonesia’s Gerakan Seni Rupa Baru (New Art Movement), which emphasized an experimental, conceptual approach, the use of everyday materials, and engagem…
 
Latest Spirituality & Mindfulness interview from The Creative Process’ MAIN CHANNEL. To listen to more of our interviews across the arts and other disciplines, visit tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. This SOCIAL JUSTICE & ACTIVISM podcast focuses on interviews about social justice & activ…
 
David Palumbo-Liu is the Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor, and Professor of Comparative Literature, at Stanford University. Founding editor of the e-journal, Occasion: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities, he writes for Truthout‘s Public Intellectual Project, and his work has also appeared in The Washington Post, The Nation, The Guardian, Jaco…
 
David Palumbo-Liu is the Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor, and Professor of Comparative Literature, at Stanford University. Founding editor of the e-journal, Occasion: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities, he writes for Truthout‘s Public Intellectual Project, and his work has also appeared in The Washington Post, The Nation, The Guardian, Jaco…
 
Social Justice Alchemy with the Anarcho-Tomunists. Blog (with transcripts) - https://surgoshan.blogspot.com/ SJA Podcast - http://www.buzzsprout.com/182448 YouTube Channels - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5efDOe2Woce52_nR5fNsGg https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHc3lNYZVAPpWumofccX5Og https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC67Yp-W3zaRvhMGPdCkEU7A Patr…
 
“It’s true. In Haiti, to a large degree more women were involved in the Revolution, in the war, in the fighting for the nation for the very simple reason that women had more opportunities. After a certain time, we became invisible. Once you’re in your 60’s, you are missing a few front teeth, in fact, some of the women used to take a stone and break…
 
Professor Bayyinah Bello is a Afrodescendant Ourstorian, Educator, Writer and Humanitarian. With over 50 years of wisdom and extensive research, Professor Bello specializes in Ayitian Ourstory and linguistics. She has taught in many parts of Africa, Ayiti, and America from the primary to the university level, including the State University of Haiti…
 
“We are always students. We are students of the earth. We need to do better and we can do better because the capacity of the human spirit is quite expansive and we owe it to future generations to do the best we can do while we can…It’s about who is at the table or rather what is the table, meaning what are the terms of the debate. Setting the terms…
 
Dr. Farhana Sultana is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and the Environment at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University, where she is also the Research Director for Environmental Collaboration and Conflicts at the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflicts and Collaboration (PARCC). …
 
Varun Nikore 2020 saw the greatest increase in voter turnout by the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community in history. That turnout powered the vote in key states like Georgia and helped prevent another four years with the former guy. I wish the fight for our democracy was over but it's clearly not and there are some important lessons to …
 
Social Justice Alchemy with the Anarcho-Tomunists. Blog (with transcripts) - https://surgoshan.blogspot.com/ SJA Podcast - http://www.buzzsprout.com/182448 YouTube Channels - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5efDOe2Woce52_nR5fNsGg https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHc3lNYZVAPpWumofccX5Og https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC67Yp-W3zaRvhMGPdCkEU7A Patr…
 
Social Justice Alchemy with the Anarcho-Tomunists. Blog (with transcripts) - https://surgoshan.blogspot.com/ SJA Podcast - http://www.buzzsprout.com/182448 YouTube Channels - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5efDOe2Woce52_nR5fNsGg https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHc3lNYZVAPpWumofccX5Og https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC67Yp-W3zaRvhMGPdCkEU7A Patr…
 
“I just want to make the poems like a living being…There are moments that I’m not at the desk, but I’m living life. And living life is actually what leads to writing. You have to have experiences to write about. Whether or not you are aware of those experiences as you are writing them down because if you’re doing music first, maybe you’re not aware…
 
Jericho Brown is author of the The Tradition (Copper Canyon 2019), for which he won the Pulitzer Prize. He is the recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard, and the National Endowment for the Arts, and he is the winner of the Whiting Award. Brown’s first book, Please (New Issues 2…
 
Deep Thoughts: Science and Social Justice. Is an interview podcast where we take a deep dive into the struggles, triumphs and personal stories of minorities in the sciences, arts and public service. Let's talk about the science of love! What is emotion? What is the neuroscience of attachment? How do we date? Follow Deep Thoughts: Science and Social…
 
Latest ARTS interview from The Creative Process’ MAIN CHANNEL. To listen to more of our interviews across the arts, visit tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. This SOCIAL JUSTICE & ACTIVISM podcast focuses on interviews about social justice & activism, but you can find hundreds more conversa…
 
Social Justice Alchemy with the Anarcho-Tomunists. Blog (with transcripts) - https://surgoshan.blogspot.com/ SJA Podcast - http://www.buzzsprout.com/182448 YouTube Channels - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5efDOe2Woce52_nR5fNsGg https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHc3lNYZVAPpWumofccX5Og https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC67Yp-W3zaRvhMGPdCkEU7A Patr…
 
Nicole Hockley In the wake of the murders at Sandy Hook Elementary, where 20 children (6 and 7 years of age) and six educators were killed on December 14, 2012, some of the grieving parents joined together to do what they could to prevent such a tragedy from ever happening again and Sandy Hook Promise (SHP) was born. Nicole Hockley's six year old s…
 
“One of the things that is dying is our planet. We hear these sirens every single day. We’re being warned daily by experts and concerned people how vast that squandering is going. It’s a case of urgency and it’s astounding and a very sad, a very pathetic comment on modern life that most people are ignoring those signs. As a poet, it seems to me tha…
 
Xicana activist, editor, poet, novelist, and artist Ana Castillo, was born and raised in Chicago. She is known for coining the term “xicanisma” which is defined in her book the Massacre of the Dreamers as, “a sociopolitical movement in the United States that analyzes the historical, cultural, spiritual, educational, and economic intersection of Mex…
 
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