Society And Culture Podcasts
Uncanny Japan explores all that is weird from old Japan. Strange superstitions, old wives tales, cultural oddities, and interesting language quirks. These are little treasures dug up while doing research for my writing, and I want to share them with you here.
By Thersa Matsuura
I am Gerard Freeman but everyone calls me Free. This podcast is about me being my unfiltered self talking sh** about many different interesting topics in society ranging from trending topics, sex, dating, the black community and many other dope topics. There's music, interviews, and movie references that'll bring out the content even more. I hope you all enjoy each and every episode. Feel free to follow me on Twitter: @FreeSaidThat and FB Podcast Page: FreeSaidThat. Let me know what you think of the episodes, if you have a different opinion feel free to address it, and donate at https://patron.podbean.com/FreeSaidThat to help improve the podcast. Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org
By Gerard Freeman
Southern Songs and Stories is a documentary series about the music of the South and the artists who make it. We showcase their performances and discover the stories behind their songs with a look at their lives on stage, in the studio and at home as well as the family, friends, fans and music professionals around them.
By Joe Kendrick
Equitable Opportunity Radio – weekly conversations with visionary leaders who are building a more inclusive economyJoin Now to Follow
Equitable Opportunity Radio is a weekly podcast produced by Skeo Alliance and hosted by Mike Hancox and his co-hosts Vernice Miller-Travis of Skeo Solutions and Carl Schneebeck of the Presidio Graduate School. Each week they interview visionary leaders, savvy businesses (from international brands like Starbucks to small local businesses like Bar Marco), and forward thinking individuals who are working to build a more just, sustainable, and prosperous future by building a more inclusive economy that values work and seeks meaningful employment for everyone. You will discover new leading edge strategies for lifting up workers and building great 21st century businesses, along with cutting edge strategies for revitalizing under resourced communities and empowering excluded populations. Prosperity and sustainability are not possible without an inclusive economy. An inclusive economy is not possible without innovation, economic growth, socially responsible business people, and engaged citizens. And you, as a consumer, play a pivotal role in creating an inclusive economy.
By Mike Hancox CEO of Skeo Solutions | Sustainability | Local Wealth | Thriving Workers | Food Security | Food Waste | Local Food | Food Deserts | Presidio Graduate School
Dedicated to the life and times of Lizzie Borden of Fall River Massachusetts. Topics include the Borden murders of 1892, Fall River history, the Borden family, Lizzie Borden's life before and after the tragedy, and other notorious women of the Victorian age.
By Richard Behrens
The Drug Classroom is an educational resource focused on drugs, drug policy, and related areas. We cover a range of topics, including neuroscience, pharmacology, and history. Since drugs are never going to leave society, it only makes sense to provide good information about them.
By The Drug Classroom