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Voices of Exchange

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Voices of Exchange

U.S. State Department ECA Alumni Affairs

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Voices of Exchange delivers unforgettable first-person stories from people transformed by international exchange. This podcast is brought to you by the Office of Alumni Affairs in the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). New episodes will be released every two weeks on all major podcast platforms. You can also listen to Voices of Exchange on our website, Alumni.state.gov/voicesofexchange. Also follow us on Instagram @voicesofexchange.
 
First Voice Media is building a lasting institution for women, people of color, and under-resourced communities to learn media skills and gain access to radio as a means of empowerment using mass communications and art. Members of First Voice Media produce, write, host, and engineer Full Circle, a cultural affairs radio magazine which showcases personal views, interviews, feature stories, and live performances from our community. Airing on Friday at 7pm on KPFA 94.1, all content comes from m ...
 
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Meat and Three

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Meat and Three

Heritage Radio Network

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This zesty, weekly update on food stories and commentary is modeled after the Southern meat-and-three-sides concept: a deep dive and three shorts. Keep up with the latest food trends, the political economy and societal impact of food. Plus, enjoy storytelling about the personal relationships we all have with what we eat and drink. Discover your next favorite food podcast via our rotating contributors, and join us as we explore what the fork is going on in the world right now. Meat and Three ...
 
Chamber Music America, the national network for ensemble music professionals, develops, supports, and strengthens the chamber music field. With a membership of nearly 6,000, including musicians, ensembles, presenters, artist managers, educators, music businesses, and advocates of ensemble music, CMA welcomes members representing a wide range of musical styles and traditions. CMA Talks series receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affai ...
 
One-hour weekly variety show featuring the best in Ukrainian cultural content presented in English - recipes, book reviews, current affairs, historical trivia, proverbs, interviews and plenty of great Ukrainian music! Support the show on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Innovators. Trail Blazers. Boundary Breakers. These are the people you will meet on the Breaking Boundaries podcast. This podcast series from Northwestern University's Roberta Buffett Institute for Global Affairs, illuminates how leaders and experts across sectors, national borders and cultural identities are joining forces to tackle our greatest global challenges and achieve United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
 
Brought to you by the Master of Science and PhD in Health Professions Education Programs at MGH Institute of Health Professions, Drs. Janice Palaganas and Peter Cahn discuss popular topics in faculty development and offer 3 tips for each episode. These are tips we found helpful in developing faculty. Dr. Palaganas is a mom, emergency nurse practitioner, past hospital administrator, simulationist, Associate Professor of Interprofessional Studies, and Associate Director of the Health Professio ...
 
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System of Systems

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System of Systems

Adam Lehrer and Will Samson

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"You are an old man who thinks in terms of nations and peoples. There are no nations. There are no peoples. There are no Russians. There are no Arabs. There are no Third Worlds. There is no West. There is only one holistic system of systems, one vast and immane, interwoven, interacting, multivariate, multinational dominion of dollars. Petrodollars, electro- dollars, multi-dollars, Reichsmarks, rins, rubles, pounds, and shekels. It is the international system of currency which determines the ...
 
This is a podcast by Kenyans residing in Kenya and around the world. We talk about cultural issues, society, and current affairs. We also interview guests about their stories, life experiences, lessons they've learned, and how to make a difference.
 
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Tree Radicals

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Tree Radicals

The Woodland Presents

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If you want to expand your knowledge about trees and forests whilst exploring ways to help them, this is the podcast for you. We talk radical ideas with guests from diverse backgrounds, delving deep into the policy, ecology, economics, attitudes and perceptions that underpin the current state of affairs, and explore meaningful interventions. This podcast is part of the Tree Radicals inquiry brought to you by The Woodland Presents CIC and Timber Strategies. https://thewoodland.co/tree-radicals/
 
RAJIV MALHOTRA is an Indian–American researcher, writer, speaker and public intellectual on current affairs as they relate to civilizations, cross-cultural encounters, religion and science. Rajiv is a “game-changer”, having influenced thinkers around the world. He provides fresh perspectives on India, comparative religion, globalization, and East-West relations. The author of hundreds of articles and several books, including, most recently, “Being Different: An Indian Challenge to Western Un ...
 
Blakademik is an online network giving Black voices a space to discuss current affairs. To empower, educate and celebrate Black culture. Here you will find our new show, Thinking out Loud: our brand new podcast centred on community, education and considerate conversations. With topics from Music to Sport, Politics, to Culture, Lifestyle and more. Join our producers, Alex Holmes, Jordan Jarrett-Bryan and Tsedenia Skitch as we offer our expertise, opinions and experiences across a variety of t ...
 
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This month, Premier Ford's Progressive Conservative government made major moves to court workers, seeking to change labour laws with the Working for Workers Act and pledging to raise the minumum wage. But, do Ontario unions actually like what they see, and will this help Ontario's working class in substantial ways? Also, are we witnessing a politic…
 
This week the Ontario government announced children age of five to 11 will be eligible to get their vaccinations. As they and their parents prepare for their first dose, we look at what the roll out will look like, examine infections amongst children in the province, and evaluate parental worries. Is this the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel…
 
Poet, Foreign Service Officer, and U.S. Speaker Program Exchange Alumni Indran Amirthanayagam was born in Ceylon, a country that -- in name anyway -- no longer exists. In this episode of Voices of Exchange, Indran recalls how this feeling of loss for Sri Lanka’s former way of life inspired many of his writings and led him to call himself the “borde…
 
Ever since George Floyd was killed by police officers in Minneapolis back in May of 2020, there's been a massive uptick in interest in how the police do their jobs. However, For former Toronto mayor John Sewell , reforming the police has been a mission for half a century. His latest book is ,Crisis in Canada's Policing: Why change is so hard, and h…
 
York University has launched a new initiative with the aim of enhancing the representation of Black youth at universities across Canada. Professor Carl James, York University's Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community and Diaspora in the Faculty of Education; and Aliya Clarke, an undergraduate student at McMaster University, join Steve Paikin t…
 
Lynn Gehl, a member of the Indigenous Famous Six, was part of a group of women who fought the sex discrimination found in the Indian Act. Gehl won her 23-year legal challenge but do current laws allow Indigenous people to reclaim their status and cultural identity? Gehl is an advocate and artist, with a Ph.D in Indigenous Studies, and defendant in …
 
The question of what defines Indigenous has been an historically complex and complicated issue. Who can claim status and citizenship? And how is that connected to identity, heritage, and relationships. The Agenda will explore the challenging issues around defining Indigeneity. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The iconic Thanksgiving setting looks something like this: cranberry, Turkey and sides shared at a large table with family. But Thanksgiving celebrations are more varied than we may think. Whether it’s at the checkout counter, in a to-go box, or outside the U.S. entirely –– Thanksgiving food may look a little different this year. Further Reading: V…
 
When compared to other countries, Canada has not been doing well when it comes to innovation. To provide insights as to why, we invite Graeme Moffat, chief scientist, System 2 Neurotechnology: Ty Shattuck, CEO, McMaster Innovation Park; Leah Lawrence, president and CEO, Sustainable Development Technology Canada; and Huda Idrees, founder and CEO, Do…
 
In Alex Bienstock's second edition of his SOS side project, Collectin' Scalps with Stock, Alex and Adam converse with artist, curator, and former Real Fine Arts co-director Ben Morgan-Cleveland. For 10 years, Ben was the co-proprieter (alongside artist Tyler Dobson) of Real Fine Arts. Arguably the most interesting gallery in New York during the 201…
 
All music show (originally aired Nov 7, 2020) • Ukrainian Proverb of the Week • Other Items of Interest • Plenty of Great Ukrainian Music! Featured artists in this episode: • Millenia • Pryvit • Oksana Mukha • Sophia Rotaru (Vancouver, PCJ) • Kvitka • Kiev-Orchestrio • Migrena • Іван Пилипець • TangeIrine&EdwardDrood- • Shoom • HighProfile • The Fe…
 
On tonight’s show we’ll hear a conversation hosted by First Voice Apprenticeship graduate Kendall Crakow between Indigenous Health advocates in the Navajo Nation who are preserving culture and building local community to forward a movement for Health Equity across the world. Her guests are Denee Bex MPH, Adriann Begay MD and Christina Rivera Carpen…
 
Algoma's medical officer of health Dr. Jennifer Loo provides insight into the rising cases of the virus in that region, the factors behind the latest outbreak, and public-health measures that are being taken to curb its spread. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Oleh TVO | Steve Paikin
 
Since its launch in 2019, Ottawa's new LRT system has encountered more and more difficulty - from malfunction to derailment, to investigations into what went wrong. This week, Canada's Transportation Safety Board concluded that "inconsistent and incomplete maintenance" was to blame for the O-Train derailment in September - an incident that had shut…
 
Can zoning stategies to accommodate affordable housing help solve the housing crisis? Then, a look at smart technologies for the Great Lakes. Why extracurricular activities in schools are so important to Ontario students. Who can afford to go to a dentist, and who cannot? And, do supply chain issues require a made-in-Canada solution? See omnystudio…
 
The Northwestern delegation that attended COP26 in Glasgow is back on campus. Of the many topics discussed at COP26, climate change and the roles and rights of Indigenous peoples was top of mind for our delegation. Here to discuss this topic is Reynaldo Morales. He’s a member of our delegation and an assistant professor at the Medill School of Jour…
 
In early August, Ontario announced that sports and clubs for students could resume, with COVID-19 precautions in place. But since kids have returned to their classrooms, that hasn't entirely happened. To provide some insights, we invite Dean Kriellaars, associate professor in the University of Manitoba's Department of Physical Therapy at the Colleg…
 
Pick-up basketball or ball hockey may seem like just a bit of fun and exercise. But playing these games has the potential to do much more - for those taking part, and for the wider community, according to a new book by Perry King. He discusses his new book, "Rebound: Sports, Community, and the Inclusive City." See omnystudio.com/listener for privac…
 
The sounds from the playgrounds of this province haven't been the same since COVID-19 struck. And even before that, according to a new report, not all was well with the spaces designated for kids to play. With us to explain, Kelly Gallagher-Mackay, co-author of the study, ,Schoolyards Count: How Ontario's schoolyards measure up for health, physical…
 
In this new episode, Morbid Books editor and writer Lev Parker joins the show for the second time, this time bringing along none other than the divine philosopher and poet Nina Power, who of course just wrote a beautiful afterword for Adam's new book 'Communions'. A wide variety of topics are addressed, from the middle class tendency towards being …
 
Sitting at her 9-to-5 desk job in corporate finance, Mariya Ilyas loved her job, but craved something more. Her time in college had taught her the concept of community, resilience, and giving back, and - despite resistance from her family - Mariya accepted the opportunity to become a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Istanbul, Turkey, where s…
 
As demand surges, a global traffic jam along the supply chain has left shelves empty and producers standing idle waiting for supplies. Has this once-in-a-lifetime pandemic created a once-in-a-lifetime supply chain crisis? Or has it revealed fatal flaws in the system of global trade? A panel discusses how this country needs to respond and if it requ…
 
From the Book of Psalms to Marcus Aurelius to Marx and Camus, there is a long and forgotten tradition in Western thinking on consolation. Michael Ignatieff has tried to revive these past thinkers in his book, "On Consolation: Finding Solace in Dark Times." He explains how they can help us navigate the troubled world we now live in. See omnystudio.c…
 
Dentists are sound the alarms about the skyrocketing costs of providing services during the pandemic, and the vulnerable patients increasingly affected by lagging government reimbursements. Weighing in on this issue are Dr. Christina Heidinger, chair of the Political Action Committee at the Ontario Dental Association; Dr. Carlos R. Quinonez, profes…
 
The Agenda explores an initiative bringing smart technologies to the Great Lakes, with Mark Fisher, CEO of the Council of the Great Lakes; Dr. Aaron Fisk, science director of the Real-time Aquatic Ecosystem Observation Network; Kelli Paige, CEO of the Great Lakes Observing System; and Barbara Moktthewenkwe Wall, assistant professor at Trent Univers…
 
Environment, cultural traditions, gentrification - all of these forces shape what we eat and are deeply rooted in where we are. Regional foods are more than just their flavors and ingredients. They are a culmination of local culture and generations of experience. But how are historic foodways being altered by factors like warming oceans and rapidly…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Janie, a young poet operating in the realm of Substack and a young singer who recently started posting songs to a Soundcloud page. We discuss poetry here, mostly, everything from Robert Desnos to Ghostface Killah to John Asheberry to Darby Crash, and try and ponder a role for poetry in liquid modernity. Adam also e…
 
No matter how much housing is built in Toronto, it doesn't seem to make a dent in the level of demand for affordable units. Inclusionary zoning might be the answer. To discuss what it is and its merits, we invite Garima Talwar Kapoor, director of policy and research for Maytree, an anti-poverty non-profit; Mark Richardson, chief technology officer …
 
It's widely believed that only property owners pay property tax. But, in fact, renters often pay more property tax than those in single family dwellings. They just pay it in their rent. Here to explain is Derek Lobo, CEO of the brokerage firm, SVN Rock Advisors. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Rooming houses might sound today like something out of Victorian England. But not that long ago, they were actually a very common form of housing. For a quick history lesson, we invite Philippa Campsie, principal with Hammersmith Communications, and an adjunct professor in geography and planning at the University of Toronto. See omnystudio.com/list…
 
Feature Interview: Sana Shepko of the Ukrainian Canadian-American folk group Korinnya discusses the history of this young musical group and its recent album Lisom • Knyzhka Corner Book Review: Additional Information About the Ukrainian Underground in Zakerzonnia • Ukrainian Proverb of the Week • Other Items of Interest • Plenty of Great Ukrainian M…
 
On tonight’s show we’ll hear; Episode 35 of We Rise, The People Are A River, it’s the story of a small group of artists that journeyed to the Mississippi headwaters to join the fight against the line 3 pipeline. That’s tonight on Full Circle. I am your host Freewillin Franklin with the We Rise crew, coming to you from downtown Antioch, Bay Miwok te…
 
Our review of the week begins with an evaluation of the new Liberal government cabinet. Then, what can we learn from the COP26 climate conference? Are Ontario's new labour laws helping workers as they continue to experience pandemic disruptions? Renowned globalization scholar Parag Khanna discusses his latest book, "Move: The Forces Uprooting Us." …
 
The Ontario government's plans to go ahead with Highway 413 connecting Vaughan, Caledon, Brampton and Halton Hills is proving controversial. Premier Ford says everyone is asking for the new highway, but who is everyone? Is it what the province needs now? And what are the concerns around environmental effects to Ontario's Greenbelt. For expert analy…
 
During the pandemic, many people worked from home for the first time. While survey and polling data show most reported feeling productive and mentally healthy while doing so, there are also evidence of remote workers burning out. Hamilton-Niagara Hub journalist Justin Chandler discusses a new report out of the region that outlines the factors neces…
 
Some Afghan interpreters who risked their lives alongside Canadian soldiers are still waiting to get out of Afghanistan. As the federal government struggles to handle these refugees, Canadian veterans are working to help bring them to Canada. On Remembrance Day, Steve Paikin speaks to one veteran behind these efforts. See omnystudio.com/listener fo…
 
More than 27,000 Canadians are still unaccounted for on battlefields across Europe and Korea. It's the painstaking job of the Canadian Armed Forces' Casualty Identification Program to use forensics, historical documents, and detective work to identify remains, give those soldiers back their identities, and reunite them with their families. This Rem…
 
In 1939, Peter Stevens, a German-Jew, stole the identity of a dead man and enlisted in the British air force. He ended up flying 22 combat operation and bombing his German hometown before being captured by the Nazis. What followed were years of escape attempts, liberation, and work as a Cold War spy; then finally settling in Canada with his family.…
 
A tragic, yet fortuitous car accident changed the course of history for U.S. Speaker program ExchangeAlumni Philippe Cousteau, Jr., his family, and our planet. It led Philippe’s grandfather, Jacques Cousteau, to become a pioneer whose legacy still inspires Philippe - a TV host, producer, author, and social entrepreneur - every day. As world leaders…
 
Can changes defined in the new "Working for Workers Act," deliver the promised benefits for Ontario workers? And how far is the Ford government willing to go to appeal to unions and workers ahead of the next election? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Oleh TVO | Steve Paikin
 
The Ontario government is raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour and eliminating the minimum server wage. What does this mean for restaurants, servers, and patrons? The Agenda looks at the ramifications for the restaurant industry. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Oleh TVO | Steve Paikin
 
With the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) underway in Glasgow, Scotland, we take a closer look at how climate change is affecting the Global South, what a fair and just transition to renewable energy would entail, and how concerns from the Global South can be heard and addressed. Joining us from COP26 are Chido Muzondo, policy advisor, Internat…
 
With the first signs of color beginning to emerge on the trees, we’re taking a look at tried and true fall food favorites… and flipping the script. This week on Meat and Three, we’re shaking up your idea of all things autumn. Moving past the notorious pumpkin spice latte, we’ll look at maple syrup’s seasonality, apple flavors that are more than jus…
 
There is ongoing debate about how COVID-19 made the jump from animals to humans. Investigative journalist Elaine Dewar has a theory, and it is contained in her new book, "On the Origin of the Deadliest Pandemic in 100 Years: An Investigation." She shares her insights with Steve Paikin. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
What does the composition of the recently announced cabinet portend about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's plans for his next term and the way the Liberals plans to govern? The National Post's John Ivison; the Globe and Mail's John Ibbitson; the Toronto Star's Tonda MacCharles; and Maclean's magazine's Paul Wells provide insights. See omnystudio.com…
 
On Ukrainian Jewish Heritage the memoirs and personal journey of Ron Vossler, a descendent of he Volksdeutsch community of the Transnistria region of Ukraine, who settled in North Dakota. His book, Hitler’s Basement, explores his discoveries of the role of his ancestral community in the Holocaust which took place on that territory in what is now mo…
 
Why are people quitting or changing jobs, and speaking up for worker rights more now than ever? Is there something about pro sports that leads to toxic environments? Author Ian Williams on is book, "Disorientation: Being Black in the World." And, journalist Chiu on her book, "China Unbound: A New World Disorder." See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
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