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Ear Hustle brings you stories of life inside prison, shared and produced by those living it.
Launched in 2016, Code Switch is a race and culture outlet and a weekly podcast from American public radio network NPR. Here are some of our favorites:
The past is never past. Every headline has a history. Join us every week as we go back in time to understand the present.
You Had Me at Black is where Black Millennials tell the true-life stories you won't see on TV.
A Peabody Award-winning public radio show and podcast.
From the merely unorthodox to the truly revolutionary, this podcast features Charles Eisenstein in conversation with a series of extraordinary guests.
9/21/2020 "Mellody Hayes: Roots of Healing (E51)"
Aaron Johnson is the co-founder of Holistic Resistance whose work emphasizes the importance of questions and deep connection with each other as human beings. Holistic Resistance fights oppression through minimalism, singing, movement, and connection to the earth. They are currently working with white-identified people through the workshops, deep dives, and 1-on-1s..
A media archive of powerful practices for movement healing from 2017-2020
Hidden Brain explores the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior and questions that lie at the heart of our complex and changing world. Our work is marked by a commitment to scientific and journalistic rigor, and a deep empathy for our guests and audience.
Unseeable forces control human behavior and shape our ideas, beliefs, and assumptions. Invisibilia—Latin for invisible things—fuses narrative storytelling with science that will make you see your own life differently.
In this episode, Tami Simon speaks with Ruth about the personal experiences that led to writing Mindful of Race and why the heart can be “a mass weapon of healing.” Ruth explains how mindfulness can open us up to having difficult conversations around racism, colonialism, and other forms of systemic oppression.
This documentary series exposes the link between punitive drug laws drawn up during the 80’s war on crack cocaine and contemporary police violence that disproportionately affects black Americans.
A landmark Supreme Court case. A civil rights revolution. Why has everyone forgotten what happened next?
Outstanding 14-part documentary series, released between February and August 2017, exploring questions like Where did the notion of “whiteness” come from? What does it mean? What is whiteness for?
In Part I, we return to an old episode: "The Silver Dollar," featuring Daryl Davis, a black musician who has made it his life’s work to befriend white racists. In Part II, we pay Daryl a visit to see what he can tell us about how to successfully argue — or even just have a civil, critical conversation — with someone who holds opinions very different from your own.