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Common Ground was launched in September 2020 as the flagship talk show of KCRW Berlin 104.1 FM. Every week, host Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson brings together prominent guests from all walks of life to tackle questions on everything from local to transatlantic topics. Look for us every Monday wherever you get your podcasts.
 
As the tone of public discourse becomes increasingly angry and divisive, Common Ground Committee offers a healing path to reaching agreement and moving forward. We talk with top leaders in public policy, finance, academe and more to encourage the seeking and finding of points of agreement, and to demonstrate how combating incivility can lead us forward.
 
They're married, they're comedians and they couldn't be more different. Living in the digital age hell bent on casting us as Red Team or Blue Team, Alex and Rachel sit down every Monday morning to talk current events through their personal lease of comedy in hopes of finding; common ground.
 
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AEI Education’s Rick Hess and USC Rossier School of Education Dean Pedro Noguera, who often fall on different sides of the ideological aisle, push past posturing and polarization to search for understanding and common ground when it comes to the nation’s toughest education questions. Each month, the two talk through the pressing education issues of the moment.
 
Common Ground is a community meditation center based in Minneapolis, Minnesota dedicated to the practice of mindfulness. Mindfulness meditation is the practice of waking up to the present moment and learning to be open and at ease with the unfolding conditions of life. With practice, mindfulness reveals deep wisdom, compassion, and intimacy with all things. More info about Common Ground at commongroundmeditation.org
 
Writer Anthony Payton’s Common Ground Podcast, aims to highlight the diversity of our New Hampshire communities with stories of people the average Granite Stater might not get to see or meet. The goal is to clarify misconceptions and find the threads that bind us all together as one New Hampshire community. This podcast is produced in partnership with The Granite State News Collaborative and The Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communications at Franklin Pierce University.
 
Welcome to Common Ground Education Podcast. The Podcast is focused on progressive education, mental health resources and multi-disciplinary collaboration. The goal is provide needed information to professionals in the educational domain. The host is a school social worker but the podcast is meant for any professional who works in the educational world.
 
In an age of increasing political and social polarization, how do we understand the diverse and divisive viewpoints that are fueling opinions in Alberta? Through stories and interviews, the Common Ground podcast explores narratives of hate and counter-hate to understand if we have any hope of finding common ground.
 
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Common Ground: Sustainable agriculture stories from the Southern USA which introduces you to farmers, ranchers, and those who support them as well as innovative practices from around the Southern United States, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Listen in as they tell their stories and share testimonies of the common challenges and solutions for anyone willing to learn. We highlight our Monthly Newsletter, Outreach Efforts, Success Stories, Upcoming Grants, How-To’s & more! Southern SARE, f ...
 
Whether it's Brexit, Covid, Black Lives Matter or trans rights, polarisation has been destabilising our democracy for the last few years. But are the culture wars largely phoney - and can we find a solution to the serious issues society is facing? From state-sanctioned hostile action to social media algorithms, party politics and innate tribal instincts, Alfred Landecker Foundation fellow and journalist Cat Neilan explores what is holding us back from making common ground. In partnership wit ...
 
We can be having better conversations about Australia's future, conversations that brings us together to protect what we have. So we're talking to a wide range of people to understand more about where we are, how we got here, and we're on the hunt for find one big idea to safeguard Australia's environmental and economic future, that we can all get behind. In our first series— we’re talking to authors and experts to find out what Australians understand and think about climate change. We're as ...
 
OUR COMMON GROUND with Janice Graham ALTERNATIVE ∞ ACTIVIST ∞ PROGRESSIVE ∞ EMPOWERMENT TALK RADIO “Speaking Truth to Power and Ourselves” XX//^\\XXXX//^\\XX “Transforming Truth to POWER, ONE Broadcast At A Time” XX//^\\XXXX//^\\XX OUR COMMON GROUND explores and examines history and culture, the socio-economic and political issues and conditions of Black people in America. Discussion with our community, “speaking Black truths” toward the best of our collective interests. We present the best ...
 
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When was the last time you went on a Bachelorette trip? For Rach, it’s been a minute! At the top of our episode, Rachel regales us with what it’s like to be in a bar sober at 2 am surrounded by the youth. This leads to an interesting conversation about who truly did Yates culture in our society annnd then, of course, we chat about Ukraine, the mili…
 
In this “Transatlantic Takeaway” episode, hosts Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson and Rachel Tausendfreund delve into scenarios to end Russian President Vladmir Putin’s war on Ukraine and how the conflict is changing the global order. Their guests are: Michal Baranowski, senior fellow and director of the GMF office in Warsaw. Gesine Dornblueth, co-author of “…
 
Content Warnings: Abortion, Adult Language Kevin talks about the possibility of overturning Roe V. Wade: how this decision impacts the privacy of American citizens. Their expertise in regards to Abortion Law in America? Lots of google searches, a moderate understanding of legalese, and a real desire to understand the question of “Why?” Their qualif…
 
Kelly Johnston and Rob Fersh disagree strongly on many issues, and voted differently in the 2020 presidential election. But they are friends and “agree on major steps that must be taken for the nation to heed President-elect Biden’s welcome call for us to come together.” Both believe that constructive steps must be taken to help build trust among D…
 
To build or not to build? In today’s episode we’re finding out how we can reuse our architectural heritage to keep up with the needs of our changing world, while still honouring the past. We head to Japan to hear how the city of Kyoto is finally getting serious about preserving its iconic Machiya townhouses. Anna Keay from The Landmark Trust is res…
 
They renewed us for another season! (It’s us, we’re they). It’s been two months and we’re back in the saddle recording from Rachel’s teenage bedroom. No joke, just facts. Enjoy as we break down how Rachel is actually a bigger snob than she lets on, why Paul McCartney has haters and how Roe v Wade is symptomatic of a bigger root issue. All this and …
 
Handy. Public Viewing. Home Office. Boostern – It’s hard sometimes to tell German from English. But is the incorporation of English into German a bad thing? Host Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson discusses the impact of the resulting hybrid called Denglish with Anatol Stefanowitsch, an English linguistics professor at the Free University of Berlin and Oliver …
 
In this special episode, guest host Abigail Megginson examines the widespread use of American Indian imagery in German culture since the 18th century. But is it flattery or racism? Her guests are Renae Watchman, co-author of “Indianthusiasm,” which examines indigenous people’s responses to the German obsession with American Indians, and Florian Sch…
 
We all judge others on how they sound: their accent, their pronunciation, their use of slang. Some of us have been criticized for these things ourselves, mocked because we sound different from those around us. The way we speak can be a source of division. But it doesn’t have to be. In this episode we speak with Jessica Mendoza and Jingnan Peng of t…
 
On April 20 – a date associated with marijuana – we hosted a spirited debate on Twitter Space about Germany’s controversial proposal to make personal cannabis use legal for adults. Host Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson moderated the talk with Steffen Geyer, legalization activist and longtime head of the annual “Hanfparade” or hemp parade in Berlin; Joa Helms…
 
Writer Anthony Payton discusses how one troubleshooter inspired change in his city and himself. Anthony Payton is a freelance writer and father living in Manchester. He can be reached at anthony.payton@collaborativenh.org. This story is part of his project, The Common Ground Initiative which aims to highlight the diversity of our communities with s…
 
AEI’s Rick Hess and USC’s Pedro Noguera discuss the rights and responsibilities parents have when it comes to advocating for their children's education, and how they think about whether those rights infringe upon the role of the educator or the rights of other children. Learn more about Rick and Pedro’s book, A Search for Common Ground: Conversatio…
 
Welcome to a wonderful discussion with Dr. Barthelus, Director of Practice Innovations at CASEL and Dr. Skoog-Hoffman Director of Research Practice-Partnerships at CASEL. In this episode we talk about the importance of the equity lens when installing or implementing social emotional learning in schools. Additionally, Dr. Barthelus and Dr. Skoog-Hof…
 
In this “Transatlantic Takeaway” episode, hosts Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson and Rachel Tausendfreund dissect sweeping new EU digital laws and their impact on large tech companies, start-ups and users with guests: Constance Chucholowski, founder and managing director at Candid Public Affairs; Travis Todd, co-founder of Silicon Allee; and Julia Trehu, pro…
 
Continuing the “Pursuit of” series, Kevin and Jaime are talking about liberty and the criminal justice system in America. They’re looking at how the 13th Amendment shaped America’s economy and prison system and the impacts we’re still feeling today. Your ever curious co hosts also discuss the challenges felons face after serving their time - findin…
 
The recent mass shootings in Sacramento, California, and at a subway station in Brooklyn, New York have prompted renewed calls for action on gun control. In this podcast episode, we gain a unique perspective on the raging debate with a former gun industry executive who says the NRA and its supporters have gone too far. Our guest, Ryan Busse grew up…
 
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