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College football in all its glory. Ditch the mainstream and break the huddle with The Solid Verbal. Since 2008, Ty Hildenbrandt and Dan Rubenstein have been shaking up the college football podcasting scene with their fun and unique blend of commentary. Whether you're a diehard or a casual observer, the show taps into your fandom with spirited debates, fresh perspectives, and segments you won't hear anywhere else. Recognized as trailblazers in the podcasting world, The Solid Verbal isn't just ...
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From Palestine to Puerto Rico, Sudan to Standing Rock, Berlin to Brooklyn and beyond – a mass movement of people is interconnected not only in our struggle against injustice, but in celebration of our collective power to demand and create change. Decolonize. Solidarity. Liberation. Love. What do they sound, look, feel like in action? Join host Zahyr Lauren – aka The Artist L. Haz – to explore these questions with trailblazing artists who are using cultural power to confront erasure and censo ...
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The International Solidarity Movement Podcast

The International Solidarity Movement

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Welcome to the International Solidarity Movement (ISM) podcast. ISM is a Palestinian-led group which - for more than 20 years - has provided an important platform for international volunteers to join and support the popular resistance against Israel's colonial occupation of Palestine. This podcast has been made by ISM volunteers, aiming to amplify voices from the Palestinian struggle - and raise awareness of ISM's work. Find out more about ISM at www.palsolidarity.org
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We close out our three-part deep dive of the ACC by examining the grouping of NC State, Louisville and Virginia Tech, all of which have been trendy picks this preseason to make a run at the conference. How close is each to being a serious contender? Plus, a discussion about what makes Georgia Tech, Boston College and UNC plucky, an optimistic view …
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We continue our ACC preview conversation by going into more detail on Florida State, Clemson, Miami, SMU, Pitt, Syracuse, Cal and Stanford. Can Clemson or Miami (or someone else) catch Florida State? Is SMU ready to contend right away? Is Pat Narduzzi's big offensive shift a winning formula? How excited is too excited for Fran Brown's first year at…
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Erima Dall talks about the waves of revolutionary struggle that have rocked the Middle East and points to the importance of rebuilding the socialist tradition of struggle from below. This talk was given at Solidarity's Keep Left conference on 30 March. Read more about imperialism and resistance in the Middle East. Find out more about Solidarity.…
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With Preview Season officially underway, we forge ahead into our first power conference and take a zoomed out look at the ACC. How do the 17 teams (!) stack up compared to one another if broken down into tiers? What are the emerging storylines and questions to keep in mind as the season draws closer? What are the big changes in the conference in te…
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We continue on with Part 2 of our Group of Five previews, this time with a focus on the Mountain West, MAC and Sun Belt conferences. Is there a gap between Boise State and Fresno State, and what does the recent departure of Jeff Tedford mean for how we handicap the conference? Has the Sun Belt become the best Group of Five conference? Is the MAC li…
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Sophie Cotton explains how growing inequality and racism in the US, together with the failures of the pro-big business, pro-Israel Democrats, is opening the door for another Trump presidency. The response by working class people and students has to be struggle in the workplaces and the streets. Further reading: How does Trump survive? California wo…
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We're kicking off this year's preview episodes in style, moving the Group of Five to the front of the line and breaking it up into two episodes so each conference has more room to breathe. Up first: the American and Conference USA. We discuss our power rankings for each conference, what makes each team dangerous (and not dangerous) and how schools …
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At long last, it's time to start previewing the 2024 college football season. But first, a crash course in the numerous things that are changing in the sport we love. From tectonic conference realignment to an expanded, 12-team College Football Playoff, historic coaching turnover, and headlining transfers, we walk back through the high-level storyl…
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We just kept on asking questions after our Part 1 episode earlier in the week. In this college football podcast episode, we ask the Big Ten, Big 12 and Group of Five questions that are lingering in the backs of our minds and keeping us awake at night. Is Drew Allar actually disrespected? Is Rutgers the Travel Upset team of the year? Is Deion's plan…
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As we make the turn into July and the unofficial start of the college football preseason, we discuss the questions that keep us up at night while thinking about the SEC and ACC in 2024. In this college football podcast episode, we wonder what happens in the void left by Nick Saban? Is Oklahoma doomed? What does the LSU multiverse look like? Why did…
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Each of the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, and SEC is welcoming at least two new teams into its ranks this college football season. What do these new fan bases need to know as they are assimilated into expanded conferences? In this episode, we take a quick look at the landscape for the 13 teams switching leagues and pop the hood on some of the weird traditi…
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College football has changed so much over the last few years that the sport, for some, feels almost unrecognizable. In this episode of The Solid Verbal, we have an honest discussion about the questions that friends, family, and fans ask us out in the wild about the state of CFB in 2024 and beyond. We dive into the growing perception that too many d…
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Rosa Luxemburg was one of the giants of the socialist movement at the beginning of the 20th century. She argued for revolution against reformism and celebrated the power of the mass strike. But, as Caitlin Doyle outlines, she failed to understand the need for independent revolutionary organisation, with terrible consequences. Read about Rosa Luxemb…
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In this college football podcast episode, Ty and Dan react to the dozens and dozens of listeners who sent in their most traumatic moments as college football fans in 2023. The goal: To work through the many different ways that college football hurt us last season in hopes of finding renewed optimism in 2024. Join other diehard listeners and college…
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In this college football podcast episode, Ty and Dan try to make heads-or-tails of the latest college football business news and react to the Big 12 reportedly putting its name up for sale for the right price. Plus, what happens if private investment starts flowing into conference bank accounts and how might that alter the course of the sport? And …
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The Kanak, the Indigenous people of Kanaky-New Caledonia, have risen up against their French colonial masters. Paddy Gibson explains why we should draw inspiration from their resistance and build solidarity across the Pacific with all struggles for liberation. Read more about the Kanak struggle. Find out more about Solidarity.…
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It's Part 2 of our mega June mailbag. In this college football podcast episode, Ty and Dan take a look at which games look (potentially) dangerous for Big Ten teams like Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State and Oregon, how Oklahoma's 2024 schedule spells trouble, which "Super League" concepts have the most juice, proposed EA Sports College Football pla…
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