Society And Culture Podcasts
A Disney World planning show covering topics geared toward first-timers that include touring plans, packing tips, travel with kids, Disney dining plan, which rides to ride, Disney resorts, magical touches to add to your trip + lots more. Visit WDWPrepSchool.com for even more tips. Call 414-WDW-7900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with feedback, tips or questions.
By Shannon Albert
FermUp is a weekly conversation about the art, science and history of food fermentation brought to you by two fermentation enthusiasts. We cover the what, why and DIY how-to. Learn the history and ways to ferment common food items such as sauerkraut, kimchi, kombucha, kefir and yogurt. We also explore cultures of fermentation from around the world. If it is fermentable and edible, we will discuss it.
Imagine three buddies hanging out at the pub, having a drink or two and just having a plain old conversation about photography: what it means to them, why they shoot, and how they see its underlying artistry. And, occasionally, they yell about stuff. Welcome to Polarizing Images.
By Rob, Tony, and Rick
Music lovers from 89.3 The Current comb through mountains of music to choose the best new, independent, and unreleased songs to share with you each weekday.
By Minnesota Public Radio
Intended to inspire and entertain, best friends Jaci Marie & Chelsey Jade talk candidly about health, business, relationships, life, etc. You can expect the girls to be joined by occasional guests, reading friends' & fans' stories, & offering unsolicited but heartfelt advice. | Introduction music by Lowercase Committee | Cover art by Chloe Bruderer.
By Jaci Marie and Chelsey Jade
Vegan Education Radio promotes abolitionist animal rights and empowers advocates to creatively engage in unequivocal vegan education as part of a grassroots movement. Aimed primarily toward current vegans, this podcast provides information and inspiration for joining the grassroots abolitionist movement by becoming active in your own community and/or online. As abolitionists, we oppose welfarism, new welfarism, regulationism, and protectionism, and we instead work toward abolishing the property status of nonhuman animals and acknowledging their moral personhood. As advocates for the oppressed, we oppose single-issue campaigns, which inevitably reinforce speciesism and waste precious advocacy resources, and we instead focus our efforts on creatively and unequivocally educating the public about being vegan and thereby eliminating demand for animal use. As nonviolence advocates, we unequivocally reject violence and support only justice-based tactics and goals. As grassroots activists, we liberate ourselves from the "gatekeepers"—the large animal organizations that have dominated, distorted, corporatized, and monetized animal advocacy over the past few decades—, and we empower ourselves to stand up as agents of change in our own local and global communities through our dedication and collaboration. As a network, we create, collect, and disseminate materials and information so as to support each other in transforming the world. This podcast discusses theory and how our principles inform our praxis, presents do-it-yourself advocacy tactics, interviews experienced advocates, provides clarification and coaching on tricky advocacy situations, and offers inspiration for those listeners new (and not-so-new) to advocacy. Vegan Education Radio is produced as a free resource by the Vegan Education Grassroots Abolitionist Network (V-E-G-A-N), located at http://www.v-e-g-a-n.org/.
By Vegan Education Grassroots Abolitionist Network