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Join us each week for deep, real conversations about how we can all be more inclusive leaders in our workplaces and communities. In intimate conversations with advocates, activists, and allies, TED speaker and author Melinda Briana Epler provides a safe space to learn, build empathy for each other, and understand tangible actions we can all take. You can join us live too! Details at https://ally.cc
 
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Allyship is a Verb

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Allyship is a Verb

Chris Angel Murphy, MSW (they/them)

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People want to do better, but they don’t always know how. Allyship is a Verb features conversations with LGBTQ+ community members of various lived experiences and backgrounds who share their stories and an allyship tip. The host is a silly, warm human who offers self-reflection questions and voiceovers to help deepen the learning for listeners. The host Chris Angel Murphy, MSW (they/them) has a background in LGBTQ+ education, community organizing, and social work. Support this podcast: https ...
 
Pause On The Play® is where you are challenged to examine your beliefs, question your predisposed notions, and consider realities you may be unfamiliar with in order to understand that they too are real. Erica Courdae and co-host India Jackson have real conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion, visibility, mindset, and everything in between. Topics include imperfect allyship®, imposter syndrome, company culture, and how you can feel more aligned and empowered in your business mar ...
 
Welcome to the „Upfront Podcast“. My name is Nina Mueller, your host for this podcast, where you can listen to compelling stories directly from our amazing guests; thinkers, experts, change-makers, leaders, and community influencers from all around the world, for in-depth conversations and honest, thought-provoking discussions. This podcast covers mental health, politics, relationships, society, entrepreneurship, lifestyle, community, and more. Listen to this podcast for free wherever you ge ...
 
You might’ve deduced from its title - and the fact that it’s a true crime podcast - that this show will entail potentially upsetting content. In addition to detailed accounts of all manner of horrendous acts, this podcast will also include vital and varied use of curse words, BIPOC allyship, love for the LGBTQ+ community, using people’s correct pronouns, and other pretty liberal shit. If any of that’s gonna upset you, exit now. This is Trigger Warning, a true crime podcast... and you've been ...
 
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Out & Proud

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Fidelity Investments

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Out & Proud is an LGBTQ+ podcast celebrating authenticity and intersectionality. Fidelity associates share their personal stories focusing on themes of coming out in society and being empowered to be out in the workplace. Whether you are a member of the community or you're demonstrating acts of allyship we invite you to live Out & Proud! Opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the individuals and do not necessarily represent those of Fidelity Investments.
 
History Ireland magazine has now been in production for over 27 years. The History Ireland Podcast covers a wide variety of topics, from the earliest times to the present day, in an effort to give the listener a sense of the distant past but also to offer a contemporary edge.
 
“Culture Happens. So, why not build a culture people love?“-Dharmesh Shah, HubSpot’s Co-Founder. From allyship in the workplace to remote work, Culture Happens is a podcast where HubSpotters discuss the future of work and why an inclusive company culture matters
 
Exploring the intersections between culture and activism, THIIIRD Waves spotlights guests whose expertise and lived experience provide insights on topical issues through the lens of representation, access and privilege. New episodes are released bi-monthly, and to hear the show spliced with an eclectic mix of music influenced by cultural diasporas, tune in to the culture channel on Soho Radio. The show is hosted by the women of THIIIRD magazine - producer Daniela Hornskov Sun, DJ Tryb, and f ...
 
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THE DARKEST HORSE

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THE DARKEST HORSE

The Darkest Horse Productions

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The Darkest Horse is a new podcast series that spotlights women, minorities and underrepresented leaders in tech who are beating the odds. #TheDarkestHorse #BeatingTheOdds #DiversityandInclusion #DiversityInTech #Inclusion #WomenInTech #WoCinTech #PoCinTech #TechEquality #TechAccessibility #Allyship #GenderParity #SocialJustice #Equity Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tdh-podcast/support
 
Many organizations struggle with recruiting diverse tech leaders into their upper echelons. Our discussion will center on both tactical practical recruitment resources you can leverage immediately as well as stories and from diverse leaders who will share their personal narratives and tips on building effective, colorful teams. If you’re seeking diverse tech talent, are diverse and looking for a safe company to join, or you simply want to hear great career advice from authors, executive coac ...
 
Sinister Myth challenges cultural mythologies about sexuality in the West, because so often they encourage, perpetuate, or foster violence against women and minorities. The series is made up of interviews with writers, academics, and people working on community projects. Alongside the interviews, the series also includes “Sinister Bitesize” which offer short soundbites from experts with advice on allyship and more, and there will also be “Sinister Keywords,” which feature short conversations ...
 
Conversations with Nova Reid are raw, unedited conversations about race, identity, allyship and everything in-between as we navigate this funny thing called life. Brought to you by Tedx Speaker and Anti Racism Campaigner Nova Reid. Please note, some interviews may include personal accounts of racism, so please be mindful when sharing with any person under 18. Join the conversation further over at @novareidofficial on Instagram and Facebook and @novareidoffic on Twitter. Music by: David Szesz ...
 
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Win(e)d Down Wednesday

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Win(e)d Down Wednesday

Hosted by Jeffery Tobias Halter and Amanda Hammett

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A contemporary discussion on current workplace issues with a focus on diversity, inclusion, intersectionality, and equity -- best enjoyed with your favorite wind-down beverage. Hosts Jeffery Tobias Halter, gender strategist, and Amanda Hammett, generational talent specialist, create a brave space for much-needed conversations about employee engagement, retention...
 
We're here to chat about business, books, autism and a different way of doing things. Meet the agencies and organizations who are dedicated to improving the lives of autistic individuals and the autistic individuals helping them get it done. Did I mention we own a technology start up who's kicking the old way of coaching to the curb?
 
Active Allyship... it’s more than a #hashtag! Now is the time for honest, unfiltered conversation. For authentic voices and their stories. And for connection. Join Sunni and Lisa as they confront the moment head-on with a podcast that’s as substantive, passionate, and as real as the lives behind the headlines. Program Description Active Allyship… it’s more than a #hashtag! goes beyond the likes, the retweets, and the hashtags, making space for the vital dialogue necessary for racial justice. ...
 
At Research in Practice, we bring together academic research, practice expertise and the experiences of people accessing services. We then apply this knowledge to develop a range of resources and learning opportunities, as well as delivering tailored services, expertise and training. We work closely with professionals across the children, families and adult sectors to ensure our work is truly sector-led and responds to the most pressing issues.
 
A Guest in the House, a podcast hosted by rapper and journalist David Shanks (aka Traum Diggs) and professor and author Mickey Hess, celebrates the best of what hip-hop has to offer and the lessons it can teach us about the ways we relate to each other across cultural, racial and social divides.
 
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Where We Live

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Where We Live

Connecticut Public Radio

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Produced by Connecticut Public 'Where We Live' puts Connecticut in context. We bring you fascinating, informed, in-depth conversations and stories beyond news headlines. We start local, but we take time to explore domestic and international issues and consider how they impact us personally and here at home.
 
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In Her Ellement

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In Her Ellement

Boston Consulting Group BCG

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AI and digital expert Suchi Srinivasan and product designer Corin Lines from Boston Consulting Group (BCG) talk to the women at the vanguard of technology in business, art, education, and more. They’re digging into how these powerhouse leaders got where they are—everything from the joy of projects gone right to the realities of family responsibilities. And crucially, asking: what was that moment you knew you weren't merely getting there...you had arrived? That's when you know you're in your ...
 
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FAIR News Weekly

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FAIR News Weekly

Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism

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FAIR News Weekly covers the last week of news in the pro-human movement. It serves as the audio companion to the Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism's weekly newsletters. The Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism (FAIR) is a nonpartisan organization dedicated to advancing civil rights and liberties for all Americans, and promoting a common culture based on fairness, understanding and humanity. Join the pro-human movement at FairForAll.org
 
The monthly little bit of "something for everyone" podcast with host, Guido Piraino. Exploring music, guest interviews, conversations on personal and career growth that includes culture, inclusion, diversity, anti-racism, physical and mental health, and sometimes just fun with essays, facts, stories, music and sports, amoung other topics that foster forward-focused conversations.
 
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The Five Minute Advocate Podcast

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The Five Minute Advocate Podcast

Community Broadcasting Association of Australia

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Australian perspectives on the week's neglected social aspects of life, too often ignored by economics-driven priorities. These undermine our options for good societies, not just growth. Eva Cox is a well-known sociologist and public feminist commentator with a long involvement in advocacy for more civil societies. Julie Macken has a wealth of experience as a journalist for AFR and New Matilda and has worked with a variety of non-profit organisations. Produced for community radio stations ac ...
 
Welcome to The Power We Hold podcast. My name is Vanessa Albury. I’m a visual artist who grew up in the South, Nashville, TN, and went to college in Charleston, SC. I moved to NYC the day before my interview for graduate school at NYU in March of 2006 and ever since I’ve loved being here. I have invited the lovely human and brilliant artist, Caleb Williams to be my co-host on this journey because of her vast talents along with her willingness to have uncomfortable conversations with me and g ...
 
Welcome to Curated Culture Chats; Knocking Down Walls, where we create a platform that allows diverse leaders to partner with colleagues, connect with outside partners, and engage with the community. Despite all the discomfort, conversations around diversity, equity, and inclusion are important, because they help us address and recognize our biases and blind spots. Keeping the conversation going assists with keeping the topic and actions behind it top of mind. Curated Culture Chats; Knocking ...
 
Change Happens Now is a podcast dedicated to conversations and practices exploring wisdom based leadership. Wisdom based leadership is an approach that seeks to cultivate transformation at the intersections of spirituality, justice, and social innovation. In each episode, we feature guests from across industries who will share stories, insights, practices, and tools that will prepare and empower aspiring and emerging leaders to enact social change in their personal lives, communities, and in ...
 
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Dear Patriarchy

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Dear Patriarchy

Jennifer Audrie & Lisa Lynn

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A gas-lit woman's guide to surviving the (corporate) world. Jenni & Lisa are sisters with over 2 decades spent working in the male-dominated industries of Construction, Tech and Finance. They delve into the pitfalls and the gas-lighting people who identify as women experience in the patriarchal construct of traditional corporate environments, sharing their personal experiences along with statistics relating to how misogyny, racism, queer-phobia, fatphobia, ableism and other forms of discrimi ...
 
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ODI live events

Overseas Development Institute

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Live recordings of events from the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), an independent, global think tank, working for a sustainable and peaceful world in which every person thrives. Our events cover everything from climate change and migration to gender and the Sustainable Development Goals. Join the global discussion of international development and humanitarian issues. Find out more about ODI events: www.odi.org/events
 
Social workers play a significant role collectively and individually dedicating themselves to achieving social justice, promoting inclusion and improving the wellbeing of individuals, families, groups and the most vulnerable members of our communities. AASW – Social Work People explores the diverse world of social work and connects listeners to the people driving change and providing advocacy on the issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians.
 
Jen Cort is an education consultant in the areas of equity, inclusion, diversity and justice. In this podcast, Jen opens up a "third space"— a place outside our familiar home and work environments — in order that we might begin to engage in some of the provocative questions that need to be addressed. Listen in as Jen speaks with some of the leading thinkers and doers in the field.
 
This is From Woke to Work: The Anti-Racist Journey. Hosted by Kamala Avila-Salmon, she talks about what it means to go from a self-proclaimed ally to an effective anti-racist. Whether you’re an ally that’s ready to take action or a Black person looking for a place to direct all those ally questions, this is the podcast you’ll want to keep close at hand. There's something missing about the way that we're talking about allyship. Kamala felt it more acutely than ever in the wake of the murders ...
 
Steps to Change is a learning and development podcast series that explores how we use our Steps to Change process: See It, Own It, Change It, Live It to inspire people to act differently. Each episode will look at a different learning and development focus area, providing insight into how we partner with clients globally to design and deliver impactful, engaging drama-based learning solutions that support personal development and organizational change.
 
Business of Software is a place that brings together the brightest minds and greatest practitioners in software into one place. World-Class software leaders such as Joel Spolsky, Gail Goodman, Seth Godin, DHH, Dharmesh Shah, & Kathy Sierra come to teach everything except the code in how to scale great software companies that stay profitable in the long term. Expect the latest thinking and fresh perspectives from some of the world's leading software practitioners. Stay up to date and hear abo ...
 
TheEdge podcast works to shine a bright light on the stories, wisdom and career guidance of the women executives (and their workforce allies) who are elevating the talent and tech industries. Our “How to Lead and Thrive” format is focused on providing listeners with real-world advice they can use to drive their own careers and companies forward. Our host is talent and tech industry thought leader Leslie Vickrey, who is a passionate advocate for creating equity and positive change in the worl ...
 
Join Ankita a.k.a the HR Bandit for a fun-filled conversation on what’s happening around the world and its impact on how we work. News, events, research, crazy ideas, and work experiments – this podcast covers it all. So, grab a cup (glass) of coffee (wine), sit back, and enjoy the banter. The podcast is a part of the new workplace initiative and sponsored by the kind folks over at NHRDN Hyderabad. All views, expressed are that of the speakers and are not the positions, strategies, or opinio ...
 
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We are over the moon to welcome back cartoonist, professor and Jeopardy champion AJUAN MANCE to the podcast. Ajuan is here to celebrate the release of two books- 1001 Black Men (Stacked Deck Press) and Living While Black (Chronicle). Both of her books are out now! Also on this episode: Nicole talks about the Club Q tragedy & how to support the LGBT…
 
RSVP to Are You OK?: Empowering Trans Youth Through Storytelling (rescheduled TDOR) & Self-care for the Holigays Prepare yourself to stand up for others when they are not around! This week, Lena Dirscherl (they/them) expands on some of the many factors that influence gender. In this episode, you will learn: 1. What our thoughts are on the term "tra…
 
With anti-trans rhetoric on the rise, one Connecticut family shares their story in the hopes of encouraging understanding. Hear our extended conversation with Oakley and his mom Jess, touching on his experience of coming out as trans, and about the importance of allyship and advocacy. Plus, Jess shares a parent's perspective. Oakley and Jess are us…
 
In Episode 105, Lily Zheng, Consultant at Zheng Consulting, joins Melinda in a discussion on how we can use our power to create real systemic change around diversity, equity, and inclusion. They explore different types of power and practical ways we can build movements that address inequities in the workplace. They also discuss the importance of tr…
 
Most men don’t know that their behavior is less than ideal or supportive of their women co-workers. Understanding what allyship is and living it is foundational to establishing equitable workplaces for women and other marginalized or underrepresented groups in organizations today. Jeanette Thebeau, Chief Acceleration Officer, Integrating Women Lead…
 
Allyship produces fair-weather commoraderie. Allegience is about supporting historically marginalized groups, even when it doesn't serve you. In today's episode DEI Strategist, Dethra Giles, talks us through how allyship is not enough when it comes to progressing the DEI movement. Allyship is only present when it's beneficial for the person holding…
 
When Anne-Maree Newbold OAM commenced her career, the residents of the large stand-alone psychiatric hospital in which she worked slept in dormitories with a shared clothing cupboard. Since then Anne-Maree’s career has been dedicated to reforming the way people experience our mental health and disability systems. Combining her experiences as a care…
 
Fall and winter holidays are steeped in traditions for many of us, from Thanksgiving turkey to Christmas lights. Whether they came into our lives with our families of origin or through later relationships, it’s worth considering how those traditions do or don’t align with our values, and if we can reshape them, or shape new traditions that honor ou…
 
In this week’s episode of the Five Minute Advocate, Julie discusses political messaging and the wider impact these strategies have. With the power political parties and politicians hold – some stakeholders are calling for greater positive change. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Community Broadcasting Association of Australia
 
The American Rescue Plan Act was signed on March 11, 2021. Less than two weeks later, $81 billion was released to states across the country. This hour on Where We Live, we hear from experts on the state of ARPA spending in Connecticut. How is money being used to support housing, education and infrastructure? Municipalities must allocate funds by De…
 
What would you do if you found yourself being slowly bullied out of your organization? Psychometrics is what we call the science of measuring someone's personality in a specific context. What does this mean for you? Personalities and values are all unique to each individual, and when you bring people together for a shared goal, you start to experie…
 
Anjana Susarla is the Professor of Responsible AI at Michigan State University - Eli Broad College of Business. In this episode, she talks about her journey to becoming one of the leaders in her field, her work advocating for more inclusive AI models, and how she successfully juggled family and work during the pandemic. Anjana’s story is truly rema…
 
1. Lisa S. Johnson, renowned Photographer shares her rock n' roll stories with notable guitarists and how she captures their guitars, immortalizing them in her recent book, "Immortal Axes". Hear stories about Les Paul, Peter Frampton, Tom Petty, Bo Diddley, Aldo Nova, Suzi Quatro, Randy Bachman, and more! Find out how to get her book and a few extr…
 
Toni Rose is joined by Rachel Johnson of Edugals to talk about educational technology and blended learning, motivation, and working with teachers to implement new models and techniques. Show Notes More info on MCP Webinars and Scholarships EduGals: Website Podcast Youtube Todoist Education Podcast Network Jamboard Explain Everything Screencastify U…
 
Bill Ivey (he/any) is Middle School Dean and teaches Humanities 7, Rock Band, and Academic Skills at Stoneleigh-Burnham School, a gender-inclusive girls' school for grades 7-12 in Western Massachusetts. Bill serves on the NELMS Board of Directors as an equity, inclusion, and social justice advisor and on the AMLE Equity in Middle Grades Education C…
 
The number of women advancing in leadership roles isn’t changing. One reason is that a key part of the equation is often missing – men. Many corporate gender initiatives focus on changing women – how to gain confidence, take a seat at the table, negotiate for themselves, and be heard. While these skills are important the underlying structural issue…
 
The word of the season: Macroeconomics! Be it in the emails sent to employees by Mark Zuckerberg or Elon Musk, or in financial reports; macroeconomics is no longer a topic that can be ignored. The current time has everyone wishing they’d taken their econ classes a little more seriously. Join Ankita as she and Neil Morrison, Director HR with Severn …
 
Today, we talk about how experiences coming of age impact us into adulthood. Melissa Febos, author of the bestselling memoir Girlhood, joins us. She writes about what she learned about herself, including the ways we begin to understand consent and how this impacts our relationships long-term. And later, what should parents and educators consider wh…
 
On this week’s episode of the Five Minute Advocate, Eva discusses the Edna Ryan awards – which recognise women who have made a feminist difference. Eva reflects on what this means – and the advancement of the status of women. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Community Broadcasting Association of Australia
 
How does craft deepen your understanding of your history, your community, or yourself? And how can predominantly-white craft spaces better welcome diverse experiences?Textile artist and printmaker Jen Hewett threads the needle on these questions in her latest book, This Long Thread: Women of Color on Craft, Community and Connection. The book includ…
 
Creating space to pause is vital to our well-being and to the ability to make the impact we want to create by participating meaningfully in change. But pausing isn’t accessible in the same ways to everyone. In many ways, the ability to pause is a privilege. Erica and India discuss the intersection of pausing and privilege, with some key examples of…
 
Through his art, Mohamad Hafez confronts preconceived notions of refugees and the "baggage" they may carry. He was recently the subject of an Oscars-shortlisted documentary, an intimate portrait of how Hafez's acclaimed UNPACKED series was informed by his own experience leaving Syria. This hour, we visit Hafez at his studio, just above the location…
 
In the wake of the most recent tragedy yesterday (November 19th, 2022) at Club Q, an LGBTQ+ nightclub in Colorado Springs, CO, I am publishing a formerly recorded episode that I never released. At the time of posting this, we believe that 5 people are dead and 18 are injured. There was a drag show. I didn't publish this episode because I thought it…
 
It has been a tough few weeks for the tech community to deal with company layoffs. In this episode, we speak about the layoffs and our experiences with past layoffs.Panelists:Ryan Burgess - @burgessdryanJem Young - @JemYoungStacy London - @stacylondonerAugustus Yuan - @augburtoPicks:Ryan Burgess - White fudge covered OreosRyan Burgess - Drink Maste…
 
Toni Rose is joined by Dr. Pooja Agarwal to discuss the benefits of retrieval practice, including several strategies and resources. Show Notes More info on MCP Webinars and Scholarships Dr. Agarwal’s book, Powerful Teaching More from Dr. Agarwal at her website poojaagarwal.com Berklee College of Music Dr. Agarwal's website with more resources for r…
 
In this episode of the FAIR News Weekly Podcast, we cover the news from the week ending Friday, 11/18/22. Read all the stories mentioned in the episode in FAIR News and FAIR Weekly Roundup, our two newsletters each emailed once a week. Sign up for our emailed newsletters at FairForAll.org/JoinUs. FAIR News 11/18: https://fairforall.substack.com/p/f…
 
ABOUT THE EPISODEIn 2021, NAHAM began an initiative to elevate the voices of its members and promote actionable solutions to everyday issues surrounding prior authorization. As a result, the NAHAM Prior Authorization Task Force was formed. Since its formation, they have worked to create a whitepaper and recently hosted a roundtable discussion, wher…
 
Since purchasing Twitter, Elon Musk has drastically scaled back on the site’s content moderation and staff. Today, we hear from a former Twitter employee who was recently laid off about her experience working at the company. And later, we hear from Amanda J Crawford, Assistant Professor of Journalism at the University of Connecticut, on the real co…
 
There are several protections for trans and nonbinary people in our state, including insurance coverage for health care services and, as part of Connecticut's new "safe harbor" law, legal protections for those seeking gender-affirming care from out-of-state. Still, an increase in anti-trans rhetoric has led to a troubling trend of legislation and l…
 
Laura Bracey from Research in Practice speaks to Matthew Tattersley, Project Manager for the Caring Dads programme within Leeds City Council.Matthew reflects on the journey that Leeds City Council has been on to improve its support to fathers and his hopes for the future. He shares examples of positive practice with fathers, and advice for social w…
 
94% of respondents in a recent study by Bamboo HR think that culture is the most important thing in an organization. Many executives think that if their organization has a good culture, it will result in higher productivity. But when it comes down to it, do we know what "good culture" really is? Can we put our finger on it? "When you start diving i…
 
On Election Day, Connecticut residents voted in favor of early voting – meaning Connecticut will no longer be one of just four states that doesn’t allow at least a day of in-person voting prior to Election Day. Support for early voting is one thing; implementation is another. Today on Where We Live, we talk about what early voting might look like i…
 
Welcome to the fourth episode of series 4, where we’ve been focusing on the educators, activists, and influencers who inspire and guide us. However, because this week is Trans Awareness Week, we're taking a short break from hosting guests to focus on the trans community and how cis people can be better supporters and allies. We're using information…
 
Josh Buck is an author, filmmaker, teacher, church planter, and faith-based entrepreneur. He's the co-founder of Pax, a partner of Ignite, and an organization designed to inspire and equip the next generation through slow, beautiful, Jesus-centered content created by people of color. Holding a PhD in intercultural studies, focusing on the problem o…
 
In 2018, New London was designated a "site of memory" on the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization's slave route project, an effort launched in 1994 to "break the silence" around the history of slavery. New London Landmarks held a ceremony in July to recognize the designation, installing a plaque at Amistad Pier. The site …
 
Many of us struggle to give ourselves time and space that isn’t taken up with work, family, friends, television, music, anything to distract us from silence. But reconsidering your normal, and living with your values and the impact you want to create, takes time. It requires that we learn how to get comfortable with stillness, and to care for ourse…
 
As non-profit, tax-exempt institutions, colleges and universities are often seen as a source of public good. For example, a recent New York Times Magazine article celebrated a bustling New Haven arts scene that has arisen "both because of and despite its association with Yale." Author and historian Davarian L. Baldwin describes a "public good parad…
 
Why is it so important to have a seat at the table? Sirisha Kadamalakalva shares how she’s straddled the worlds of investment banking and technology to become DataRobot’s first Chief Strategy Officer. Sirisha began her career in tech as a software engineer at Oracle but decided to pursue a path in investment banking after completing her MBA at the …
 
Zach is joined by Xiaomin Sun, a middle school Chinese teacher and collegue at DC International school, to talk about how he uses the MCP model to develop language skills as well as foster more personal connections with his students. Show Notes More info on MCP Webinars and Scholarships Becoming, by Michelle Obama (in English and Chinese) Making Th…
 
In this episode of the FAIR News Weekly Podcast, we cover the news from the week ending Friday, 11/11/22. Read all the stories mentioned in the episode in FAIR News and FAIR Weekly Roundup, our two newsletters each emailed once a week. Sign up for our emailed newsletters at FairForAll.org/JoinUs. FAIR News 11/11: https://fairforall.substack.com/p/f…
 
From 1872 to 1881, 120 young Chinese boys were sent to America on an educational exchange program. Today, we hear the stories of these boys and what their lives looked like around New England. We hear from the Connecticut Historical Society and learn about an exhibit honoring the Chinese Educational Mission. Later, we hear about Connecticut’s effor…
 
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