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The Access Point : Applying for Jobs

This is the podcast adaptation of the second episode of The Access Point! Part of the Living Corporate network, The Access Point is a weekly webinar preparing Black and brown college students for the workforce.


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Biden's Bad Infrastructure Deal w/ Branko Marcetic & Teamsters Unionizing Amazon? | Weekends

Branko Marcetic joins us to explain why Biden's bipartisan infrastructure deal is a massive disappointment for working people desperately in need of relief. We also discuss the speculation that the Teamsters are planning to unionize Amazon and cover the contentious Teamsters election.

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Is There An Egalitarian Way For The Dissolution Of Marriage Among Muslims?

Mubarat as divorce is said to take place when the husband and wife, with mutual consent and desire, obtain release and freedom from their married state. The outstanding feature of this way of divorce is that both the parties share an equal weightage. Thus, the proposal may emanate from either side.


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USA

The Break Room : Now Laters - Healthy Tools to Thrive

This is the podcast adaptation of the fourth episode of The Break Room! Part of the Living Corporate network, The Break Room is focused on mental health, wellness and healing for Black folks at work. You can expect real talk from real experts about the real ways Black folks can protect and heal themselves from racialized trauma at work.


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Michael and Us: PhD in Freakonomics

We're still not entirely sure what the mega-bestselling 2005 book "Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything" was about, but it seems to have had something to do with arguing that economics is all about incentives. The 2010 anthology film adaptation FREAKONOMICS explores this thin thesis across segments directed by such documentary legends as Eugene Jarecki, Alex Gibney, and (ugh) Morgan Spurlock... but its "counterintuitive" take on capitalism ends up reinforcing some ugly ideas.

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EGYPT

(Preview) Rewatchability 457- STARGATE with Sina Rahmani

Grab your space-ankh, this week we walk like an Egyptian-from-another-planet with STARGATE! Sina Rahmeni from The East Is A Podcast joins us once again to pick apart this Roland Emmerich blockbuster We thought it was fascinating and mysterious when we were kids, but how does it hold up now?

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USA

What Did the Racial Reckoning Achieve? — Cedric Johnson

On The Jacobin Show, Cedric Johnson offers an analysis of what the year of racial reckoning and Black Lives Matter protests did (and did not) achieve.


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Jacobin Show: The Triumph of Militant Liberalism w/ Cedric Johnson

Cedric Johnson, associate professor of political science and African American studies at the University of Illinois Chicago, joins us to discuss the past year of racial justice protests and the swift ascent of what he calls "militant racial liberalism."


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The Essence of Dua

“Whoever wishes to supplicate, should first recite salawat, then recite Du’a for the fulfillment of his desire and finally end the Du’a with salawat, for God is too generous to fulfill two sides of a du’a and ignore its middle since salawat is accepted by Him.”


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Why Don't Unions Lower Dues? | #LaborPaul

On The Jacobin Show, Paul Prescod answers a viewer's question about the new SEIU Local 1000 leadership and whether unions should lower dues and stop giving money to Democrats.

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USA

Eric Adams' Ruthless Identity Politics

On The Jacobin Show, Jen Pan and Paul Prescod discuss the results of the New York City mayoral race and frontrunner Eric Adams' distinct style of identity politics.

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COLOMBIA

THIS IS REVOLUTION>podcast Ep. 147: The Selective Memory of Empire: The Forgotten History of Central America w/ Aviva Chomsky

In Aviva Chomsky’s latest book, “Central America’s Forgotten History: Revolution, Violence and the Roots of Migration” she speaks of collective memory by saying: “All memory is, in a sense, constructed. As individuals or as members of groups, we privilege some memories over others, and we create coherent and meaningful stories and understandings of our past and present out of fragments of memory.


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Meme Stonks, Did T-Pain Ruin Music, Amazon Meets its Match, Airbnb Algo Fail

Techish is back with a brand new episode! Abadesi and Michael discuss the FTC, led by Lina Khan, is reviewing Amazon’s purchase of MGM film studio. Is the U.S. government finally catching up to the mechanics of Big Tech? (5:18) They also break down: - T-Pain talks mental health, autotune and Usher comments on his place in music (0:11) - The new wave of consumer investing and meme stocks (12:40) - Jay-Z suing Damon Dash over NFT of ‘Reasonable Doubt’(19:35) - Airbnb’s ‘Smart Pricing’ algorithm fail and a convo about BLM symbolism (22:02)


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‘You Cannot Write What You Do Not Know.’ Oyinkansola Wumkes’ First Draft

When social justice advocate and author of ‘Decolonizing Human Trafficking’, Oyinkansola Wumkes, writes about human trafficking, she is intentional with her choice of language and imagery.


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ZIMBABWE

How an “unqualified” 27-year-old Zimbabwean teacher created a top tutoring academy on WhatsApp

Maxwell Chimedza says he doesn't know how to use a computer, but his 32GB cellphone was all he needed to coach students in Zimbabwe.


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CONGO, D.

DRC Wants to Renegotiate Chinese Mining Deals. It Won't Be Easy.

DR Congo President Félix Tshisekedi last month traveled to the country's mining heartland in Upper Katanga to personally tell everyone that he's had enough of business as usual and that he plans to renegotiate unfair foreign mining contracts. While he didn't call out the Chinese by name, everyone knew that's precisely who was referring to given that 30 out of the 40 foreign mining companies operating in mineral-rich province are Chinese-affiliated.


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USA

BidenNewNew

“It’s awful hard as well to get Latinx vaccinated as well. Why? They’re worried that they will be vaccinated and deported.” This was during a June 24, 2021 event in North Carolina.


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SOUTH AFRICA

When the war is over

In his new book, the Ugandan academic Mahmood Mamdani argues that breaking cycles of violence requires collective action. He finds hope in the unfinished project of South Africa's anti-apartheid struggle.


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USA

Ep. 271 [UNLOCKED BONUS]: ACCEPTED - Gaming College Admissions (ft. Dan Chen)

Fresh off his documentary ACCEPTED's debut at the Tribeca Film Festival, Dan Chen—friend and prior guest of EFPA—joins Chris and Millie to talk about his new film that examines the story of T.M. Landry College Prep, a school in Louisiana that was renowned for sending its lower-income minority students to elite colleges until investigations proved there was something shady going on. The trio also discuss what they do and don't want to see more of in Asian American filmmaking and their thoughts on various media rep controversies.


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Pride

For this new episode of Latino Rebels Radio, host Julio Ricardo Varela talks with guest Giuliani Alvarenga about the whiteness of Pride Month, the stories of LGBTQ migrants at the border, the 5th anniversary of the Pulse Massacre and how toxic masculinity hinders our community's compassion.


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Primer: A Walk Through the Warehouse

Part I: An Amazon worker narrates his shift over audio recorded inside a warehouse. That segment was a collaboration between this anonymous worker and Freddie Stuart, a journalist and podcast producer based in London. Part II: my conversation with ex-Amazon worker Chris Smalls.

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INDIA

Does the 'Dream Job' Exist?

This week, we discuss how rom coms depict dream jobs, “I don’t dream of labour” memes, and the downfall of girlboss culture.


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COSTA RICA

Google automatically installed a Covid-19 tracker on phones in Costa Rica

The move sparked fears and fueled conspiracy theories.


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THE GRAPEVINE | THE COLONIZATION OF BLACK BEAUTY

Is Beauty In the Eye of the Colonizer? Beauty is a $500 billion a year industry, manufactured to keep women coming back for more. In this episode, the panelists discuss the steep price some Black women pay to keep up with the Kardashian's real-life effect on beauty politics. What role does social media play in beauty trends, and how does it impact young Black girls' mental health and futures?


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Life’s Choices with Religion as a Guide

For years, I have shut out everyone who cared about me - why? I guess I was just too afraid to let anyone be close to me. I now realize that life is not a journey to be undertaken alone.


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USA

The Punitive, Dystopian Future of "Predictive Policing"

On Jacobin's original series Weekends, Ana Kasparian examines the insidious rise of "predictive policing" and explains why it fails to address the causes of crime and only further entrenches discrimination and bias.

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CHINA

The Chinese content farms behind Factory TikTok

How workers manufacturing products like aloe jelly and gardening gloves also became the influencers selling them.


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USA

TAP In with Tristan : Starting a New Job Remotely

Tristan talks about starting a new job remotely on this episode of the TAP In with Tristan. Starting a new job was already awkward and stressful before the pandemic, but now that the pandemic has changed the landscape of many workplaces, you may be starting a new job remotely, which is a whole new beast. While not having to report to the office has its perks, it does present some challenges. By enacting these tips, you'll be setting yourself up to have a positive experience in your new role!

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NIGERIA

Africa’s lost psychiatrists

Many of the continent’s most highly trained mental health professionals migrate outside Africa. The result, sadly, makes global inequalities in access to mental health, worse.



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The Triumph of Militant Liberalism w/ Cedric Johnson | The Jacobin Show

Cedric Johnson, associate professor of political science and African American studies at the University of Illinois Chicago, joins us to discuss the past year of racial justice protests and the swift ascent of what he calls "militant racial liberalism."


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Against Elon Musk; For Scientific Socialism w/ Leigh Phillips | The Jacobin Show

Jacobin contributor and science writer Leigh Phillips joins us to discuss why socialists should embrace technological innovation and what science might look like if it were freed from the profit motive.

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The Promise of Radical Universalism w/ Nivedita Majumdar | The Jacobin Show

Nivedita Majumdar, associate professor of English at John Jay College at CUNY, joins us to discuss the resurgence of cultural essentialism, the limitations of postcolonial theory, and what it would mean to forge a politics of radical universalism.

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A World to Win: The Liberalism of 'The Economist' w/ Alexander Zevin

This week, Grace speaks to Alexander Zevin, assistant professor of history at City University of New York, an editor at New Left Review, and author of Liberalism at Large: The World According to the Economist. Their conversation covers a host of interesting questions, including about the liberal ideology, whether it’s in crisis – and where the liberal rules-based world order goes next.

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The Rise of Muslim Activism

Sectarianism over the centuries has demonstrated its ugly side, from boycotting to even killings. Muslims have refused to engage or speak with each other due to creedal issues.


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USA

Leaked Audio: Joe Manchin Butters Up Billionaire Donors

On Jacobin's original series Weekends, Ana Kasparian and Nando Vila discuss a new expose of West Virginia senator Joe Manchin's shady backroom dealings with billionaire donors and his cynical embrace of "bipartisanship."

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PALESTINE

PALESTINIAN Cuisine & Food Heritage 🇵🇸 | Being Muslim | FULL EPISODE

In this episode of Being Muslim, Jessica explores Palestinian cuisine and food heritage. She speaks with the owner of Baity, one of the UK's first and award-winning Palestinian restaurants.


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THIS IS REVOLUTION>podcast Ep. 146: The Rise of Automation and the Future of Work w/ Aaron Benanav, Dr. Asatar Bair and the Saturday Crüe

John Maynard Keynes' vision for a shortened work week and more time for leisure is not just a vision for an aristocratic elite, but what Keynes thought would be a reality for all. It was Keynes utopian vision of what we could achieve under capitalism. Keyes couldn’t have predicted the rise of neoliberal economics in the 70’s and the presidency of Reagan in the U.S. and Thatcher in the UK that went to war on labor rights. The gig economy and “hustle culture” promote longer work hours. The tech world is filled with stories of people feeling forced to put in over 50-60 hours per week. But, with the rise automation and technology are we truly on the precipice of robots taking our jobs? Is capitalism automating us out of work? Or is automation the pathway to a communist utopia?

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USA

See It to Be It : Management Consultant (w/ Vivian Blade)

Amy C. Waninger welcomes consultant, author, leadership speaker, trainer and executive coach Vivian Blade to the show this week to discuss her career journey and more.


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CAMEROON

3 Minutes with Julie Owono 🇨🇲

Julie Owono is a French/Cameroonian lawyer focused on the intersection of tech, human rights, and business for Paris-based Internet Sans Frontières. Last year, she was named to the inaugural Facebook Oversight Board.


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