Society And Culture Podcasts
Every Tuesday you'll find digitalSoup with Jason, Adam & usually Dave, three of the coolest geeks you know, at the intersection of tech, gaming, entertainment and comedy! Join us, learn a little and laugh a lot as we discuss everything from computers and gaming to movies and photography!
By Jason, Adam and usually Dave
Healing Justice Podcast is a virtual practice space, bridging conversations at the intersections of collective healing & social change. Hosted by organizer and healing practitioner Kate Werning, each week we share a conversation with a powerful social justice leader, and an accompanying audio practice to help resource you in your leadership and the wellbeing of you and your people. --- Topics of focus include community organizing and activism, social movements, resistance, trauma and resilience, self care / community care / collective care, physical wellness, emotional and mental health, sustainability, self-determination, organizational culture, alternative holistic health, ancestral traditions, radical healers, anti-oppression, anti-racism, and embodying our politics. Supporting you in the inner and outer work required for liberation.
By Kate Werning - Social Justice Organizer & Trainer; Healing Practitioner
Hello, I’m Chrissy! I'm a Marriage and Family Therapist, blogger, photographer, and mother of 2 boys with a little girl on the way! Sure, Babe is all about relationships, accepting who you are and living the life you are meant to live. You find me talking about own life experiences on here as well as fantastic interview with industry leading people.
By Chrissy Powers
Each week, tune in as Yarel and Jessica interview people you know (or who they think you should know) who are on their grind and learn the 'wait, hold up' moments that changed their lives. When they're not with a guest they're diving into the latest in pop culture & politics.
By Jessica Molina & Yarel Ramos
Pursuing careers and lives that create meaningful change isn’t easy. We feature interviews of Millennials succeeding at the front lines of equity and social justice work. They authentically share the stories of the challenges, successes, and setbacks they face professionally and personally. You’ll find hope, insights, and inspiration in the questions they ask of themselves, the world, and how they can create change. These young professionals share the bond of being alumni of the Thinking Beyond Borders programs, where they developed their capacities for empathy, humility, and passionate pursuit of purpose. Visit our show page at: thinkingbeyondborders.org/podcast
By Thinking Beyond Borders