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MCM Podcast

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MCM Podcast

AMIRI Baraka ROSS

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A couple of guys talking about new music the state of the culture and motivating you one podcast at a time. Follow Us: Dj Fitted- @itsdjfitted Miri Baraka- @miribaraka Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/amiri-baraka-ross/support
 
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DatevaTALKS

Marina Korneeva & Shiva Amiri with Keith McDonald

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DatevaTALKS is a podcast around health data & health care. Dateva is a Toronto-based health data integration & analytics company building a comprehensive platform for data integration, analysis and reporting. Co-founders are Shiva Amiri & Marina Korneeva.
 
The afikra | عفكرة Podcast features conversations and explorations about the histories and cultures of the Arab world. afikra is a global educational and content platform aimed at promoting intellectual curiosity and understanding about the histories & cultures of the Arab world. Most episodes are recorded over zoom during our live events. Learn more about joining our community at http://afikra.com Follow us on IG @afikra_
 
Welcome to Dental Brain Crops! My name is Chelsea Myers, Founder and CEO of Dental Life Coach. Complete Coaching Solutions for Dentists and Team Members in DSO and Group Practices and Solo Practices. Dental Brain Crops is all about helping dentists elevate their practice, business, and personal situation, and live the life they truly desire. You will discover the power inside you to make lasting changes... changes that will propel you toward Health, Happiness, and Success! www.dentalbraincro ...
 
Astrophiz Astronomy podcast: Brendan sometimes even gets how and why science works, and conducts in-depth interviews with leading astro and space researchers. In each episode we feature Astrophysicists, Space Scientists, Particle Physicists, Instrument scientists, optical & radio astronomers, Satcomm engineers, project leaders and aurora hunters. For Astrophotographers, we also hear from Dr Ian ‘Astroblog’ Musgrave who tells us when, where and what to look for in the sky over the coming week ...
 
If you're struggling on your premed journey, trying to figure out the best way to study for the MCAT, or trying to understand how to best apply to medical school, the award-nominated podcast, The Premed Years, has you covered. From interviews with Admissions Committee members and directors to inspirational stories from those who have gone before you, The Premed Years is like having a premed advisor in your pocket. Subscribe on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or anywhere else you li ...
 
The go-to podcast for the streetwear industry. Maybe you're starting a clothing brand, or maybe you already have one. Either way this podcast will have something for you! Learn about new manufacturing techniques, design resources, wholesale suppliers, sales channels, and e-commerce techniques. Thanks for tuning in to streetwear static.
 
A podcast about the families all over the world who love someone with Rett Syndrome. "One day you will tell your story of how you've overcome what you're going through now, and it will become part of someone else's survival guide" Rett Syndrome is a rare genetic disorder with no current cure. As a parent of a daughter with Rett Syndrome, I wanted to talk to other parents to hear their stories and also give the newly diagnosed a positive and encouraging place to find comfort. Check back towar ...
 
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State of the World

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State of the World

World Affairs Council of Connecticut

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From shifting alliances to great power politics, and from security in a post-pandemic world to rapid technological innovation, our world is constantly in flux. Each week on State of the World, Megan Torrey, CEO of the World Affairs Council of Connecticut, sits down with experts and leaders on the frontlines of foreign policy and national security. Each episode is a deep dive into one of the world’s most pressing issues and it asks the question: how can global events impact our everyday lives ...
 
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What is bisexuality? Bisexuality is a sexual orientation, and bisexual (commonly abbreviated to “bi”) people are those who have the capacity to form attraction and/or relationships to more than one gender. Bisexual advocate Robyn Ochs’ popular definition of bisexuality is, “The potential to be attracted — romantically and/or sexually — to people of…
 
Suad Amiry talked about her book, "Mother of Strangers: A Novel," which is a story of young love set in Jaffa in between 1947 and 1951. Suad Amiry is a Palestinian writer and architect living in the West Bank town of Ramallah. She studied architecture at the American University of Beirut, the University of Michigan, and the University of Edinburgh,…
 
What is the comfort zone? The comfort zone is a psychological state in which a person feels at ease because they’re not being tested. Inside the comfort zone, people don’t typically engage in new experiences or take on any challenges. They only participate in activities that are familiar, making them feel “in control” of their environment. People s…
 
Christopher Silver talked about the history of music in North Africa, notably in Tunisia and Morocco. He outlined the contributions of famous Jewish and Muslim North African musicians to our current knowledge of modern-day music. Christopher Silver is the Segal Family Assistant Professor in Jewish History and Culture at McGill University. He is the…
 
Want to know what medical school is actually like? These four medical students are in different phases of their medical school programs and will provide you with their perspective based on their experience. On our panel we have...Emamoke Stephen Odafe is an MS1 at the Uniformed Services University of the Health and Sciences. Sarah Bradley, an MS2 a…
 
Lina AbiRafeh, PhD is a global women’s rights expert and gender equality advocate with decades of experience worldwide. Lina worked for over 20 years in development and humanitarian contexts in Afghanistan, Haiti, Central African Republic, Papua New Guinea, and others. Her experience spans global organizations such as the World Bank and various Uni…
 
Astrophiz 160: CSIRO-ASKAP Recap: The journey so far with Australia’s newest radio telescopeAustralia's ASKAP (Australian SKA Pathfinder) radio telescope array has had an amazing decade since first light, breaking records, receiving awards and finding new objects, all whilst still in its pilot phase.In this fabulous episode you will hear from the s…
 
Omar Naim spoke to us about his new film, "Route 10," which tells the story of two siblings who must make a journey through the desert in order to attend their father's wedding but underestimate the many hazards of the desert road, which includes an angry stranger whose terrifying pursuit has the brother and sister driving for their lives. Omar Nai…
 
Kim Ghattas talked to us about her newest podcast, People Like Us, which tackles issues that matter in the Arab world but resonate with a global audience, as well as other materials she has authored such as her book, Black Wave. Kim Ghattas started her journalism career in 1998 as an intern in Beirut at the local English-language newspaper The Dail…
 
Scott partners with closely-held companies in health care helping them navigate the operational and tax implications of their business goals. He has also worked with a number of Fortune 100 companies and has a firm grasp on tax strategies appropriate for many business structures. https://www.eidebailly.com/people/9777 Chelsea Myers, host, is the fo…
 
Kevin Jones talked about poetry in the Middle East and his book, The Dangers of Poetry, which is the first book to narrate the social history of poetry in the region through their function as social acts that critically shaped the cultural politics of revolutionary Iraq. Kevin Jones is Associate Professor of History at the University of Georgia. He…
 
في هذه الحلقة من رؤوس أقلام٬ تحدثت دينا محمد عن سلسلة كتبها المصورة شبيك لبيك التي نالت على جوائز عدة في فئة الروايات المصورة. دينا محمد، رسامة ومصممة مصرية. بدأت في مجال الكوميكس في سن الـ١٨ لما نشرت سلسلة الكوميكس الرقمية “قاهرة” اللي كانت تتناول القضايا الإجتماعية من منظور سوبرهيرو مصرية محجبة. ظهرت هذه السلسلة المصورة على عديد من المواقع الإعلا…
 
Sami Zubaida talked about culinary cultures of the Middle East, drinks and social boundaries, and the history of his chosen single dish: Koshari. Sami Zubaida is Emeritus Professor of Politics and Sociology at Birkbeck, University of London and has held visiting positions in Cairo, Istanbul, Beirut, Aix-en-Provence, Berkeley CA, Paris and New York.…
 
Hair glue can do damage to your scalp, which can be permanent. According to The Hair Trauma Center founder and beauty expert Jacqueline Tarrant, hair weave glue does not allow for any “breathing” of the hair, in that it blocks the pores in your scalp, damaging hair follicles and drying out the hair. Do weaves damage your hair? Due to the fact that …
 
Astrophiz 159: Dr Ian Musgrave’s November SkyGuide ~ Total Lunar Eclipse & Dung Beetle Navigation.Enjoy your regular monthly treat of viewing tips for all naked-eye celestial observers, telescopers, and astrophotographers from Dr @IanfMusgrave, amateur astronomer, molecular pharmacologist and toxicologist. Ian gives us all the viewing highlights an…
 
Menna Agha talked about Nubian Architecture, its evolution, purpose, history, and more. Dr. Menna Agha is an architect and researcher who has recently been coordinating the spatial justice agenda at the Flanders Architecture Institute in Belgium. She joins the Azrieli School to promote pedagogy and research in the newly established area of Design a…
 
Hervé Koubi spoke to us in this special collaboration episode with NYUAD about What The Day Owes To The Night, which tells the story of a young boy from Yasmina Khadra's novel through highly physical, stunningly fluid, gravity-defying piece that combines capoeira, martial arts, urban, and contemporary dance. Hervé Koubi is a dancer at the National …
 
Ghada Almuhanna talked about her work in storytelling, cultural preservation and cultural exchange. After graduating with a master of laws (LL.M.), Ghada spent several years working as a researcher within the security and political sector. Over time, she noticed the perceptions revolved around the Arabian Peninsular culture, and shifted my work tow…
 
Nadia Kaabi-Linke talked about her work as a visual artist and her process for creating pieces and holding exhibitions. Nadia Kaabi-Linke was born in Tunis, Tunisia, in 1978, and raised in Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates. She graduated from the University of Fine Arts, Tunis, in 1999, and earned a Ph.D. at Université Paris-Sorbonne, in 2008. G…
 
Real Talk With Amiri it is not what we leave to our children but what we leave in our children... they will squander it.. presents does not presence.. ignorance begats ignorance When you are entitled you start taking people for granted.. en·ti·tle·ment /inˈtīdlmənt,enˈtīdlmənt/ Learn to pronounce noun the fact of having a right to something. "full …
 
Reem Almenhali and Joanna Settle spoke to us in this special collaboration episode with NYUAD about their play, Al Raheel | Departure, which is about the depth and diversity of life as a woman in the UAE. Created and hosted by Mikey Muhanna, afikra Edited by: Ramzi Ramman Theme music by: Tarek Yamani https://www.instagram.com/tarek_yamani/ About th…
 
After graduating from the School of Cinematic Arts at The University of Southern California, Bassel wrote and produced the OSCAR nominated and BAFTA winning film “Theeb.” His directorial debut, “The Alleys,” premiered at the Piazza Grande of the Locarno Film Festival before going on to play at the BFI London and Rotterdam Film Festivals. Bassel is …
 
So what makes a dysfunctional personality? First, let’s consider what we mean by the word “functional." An individual is functional when they are able to effectively work toward realizing valued goal states, given the stressors and affordances they face. Now, when clinicians are considering the functioning of one’s personality, they are especially …
 
Nadine performed three of her songs and spoke about her musical career. Nadine El Roubi is a Sudanese artist who grew up in Virginia, she hopes to expand the understanding of what it means, and looks like, to be Arab Muslim woman. She takes inspiration from icons like Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu, and more. She debuted in 2018, with her first solo sing…
 
We're really quick to change a song that we don't like, so why aren't we as prompt to get rid of other negative vibrations in our lives? Chelsea Myers, host, is the founder and CEO of Dental Life Coach (www.DentalLife.Coach). Dental Life Coach works with C-Suite, doctors, and teams to create scalable culture and increased profitability in some of t…
 
A quintessential entrepreneur, mentor, and company builder, Michael leads the Recuro Health team which includes several leaders from Teladoc, where he served as the founding CEO and pioneered an industry-changing health care model that created a new efficiency paradigm in healthcare by delivering physicians to patients nationwide in under 12 minute…
 
Domestic Violence Awareness Month https://domesticviolence.org/ Domestic violence awareness month was first introduced back in 1981 by the National Coalition Against Domestic violence. It was created not only to bring more awareness to others but to connect and unify the millions of affected victims that had been battered due to domestic violence. …
 
Astrophiz 158: Ana Maria Delgado – Machine Learning & Galaxy HalosToday you will be hearing a wonderful story from Ana Maria Delgado and her entry into Science and the Arts and some of her highlights as an inspiring ‘career changer’, accomplished astrophysicist, cosmologist, coder and PhD researcher …Ana Maria is a CUNY (City University of New York…
 
Sahar Mustafah talked about her book "The Beauty of Your Face." The novel is about a Palestinian American woman wrestles with faith, loss, and identity before coming face-to-face with a school shooter, it navigates a country growing ever more divided. The daughter of immigrants, Sahar Mustafah explores her Palestinian heritage in her writing. She e…
 
Febe talked about her work involving food and history, including writing her book with Bogac Ergene of Halal Food: A History. Febe Armanios received her BA, MA, and Ph.D. from the Ohio State University. Her research interests have focused on the history of Christian communities in the Middle East, particularly on Egypt’s Coptic Christians, on Musli…
 
Storytelling is a powerful tool to support deeper and more meaningful relationships. But how do we tell good stories? Why should you care about stories on your path to becoming a physician? In this session, we will talk with Doctor Jeff Polish, a Storytelling Coach and the founder of the non-profit storytelling organization, The Monti in Durham, NC…
 
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