Society & Culture Category
THE MIGHTY MOMMY'S QUICK AND DIRTY TIPS FOR PRACTICAL...
Whether you're dealing with baby colic, your toddler's tantrums, your tween's moods, or your teen's college applications, Mighty Mommy has parenting tips to help make your family life easier and much more fun. As the mother of 8 kids, Cheryl Butler has seen it all - and survived. Follow Cheryl's practical advice and you too will be a Mighty Mommy!
Have you ever wanted to know how those at the top of their game have built their careers? Do they share your ideas on the current state of the development industry and its future, or do they challenge them? Creating Australia is a podcast focused on humanising the development industry through: 1. Personal career stories 2. The sharing of ideas
It is safe to say that I have wandered a bit. I served in the military, flew some jets, jumped out of most, climbed mountains (I jumped off of them too), taught fitness, owned a gym, and have spent the last few years speaking to organizations and leaders. It has been a journey, and in all honesty, I have no idea where it is going. I seek the things that make me uncomfortable. I move towards things that scare me. I think you should too
FREE BIRTH SOCIETY
The Free Birth Podcast explores what it means to exercise our full autonomy as women during pregnancy, childbirth, and beyond. We now live in a global culture in which obstetrics has come to monopolize every aspect of birth. Epidemic rates of surgical birth, rampant trauma among women, and a deeply embedded resistance to the spontaneous process of birth have become normalized. Pregnancy is treated as an illness and childbirth is seen as an emergency from which women and babies need to be saved. Before doctors and even midwives were seen as the “experts”, there was just...birth. Women have been successfully birthing healthy babies for as long as human beings have walked the earth. The truth is that birth is a normal physiological event that rarely requires medical intervention. To freebirth is typically associated with the term “unassisted childbirth”, which means the woman is choosing to give birth without medical assistance and is managing her own care. The Free Birth podcast is a virtual corner of the universe dedicated to validating birth as our own, and celebrating the growing movement of women reclaiming birth as our own. Birth is not a medical event! Join us as we discuss legal and human rights in childbirth, investigate the different models of care, and hear from women around the world as they tell their stories of birthing freely. Our intention with this podcast is to uplift the voices of women who are making the decision to opt out of the default medical system. Freebirth isn’t for everyone. The Free Birth Podcast simply highlights the fact that freebirth is a viable option for many women, and that there is room in this world for every woman to exercise her own personal choice in birth.
EXCUSE THE DISRUPTION WITH DAN COX
Excuse the Disruption is a podcast where Dan Cox interviews disruptors in their industry, individuals who have gone against the grain and done things their own way. People who have challenged and changed the status quo. Dan interviews people that have had an impact on Culture, Business, Entertainment, Sports, Nutrition, and a number of other fields. If you love hearing disruptors discuss their stories, paths to success, challenges and how they pushed against the norm, you will love this pod cast.
Catalyst Conversations, accelerating business growth for women entrepreneurs one conversation at a time. Jennifer Maggiore, social media, branding and business expert, and her guest experts from diverse backgrounds, verticals and life experiences - share actionable business tips and personal stories about their own catalysts - the challenges and opportunities that propelled them to success. Visit www.brandwithcatalyst.com to join our community and to grow your business.
When someone wears a t-shirt, they are wearing it because it says something that means something to them. Each week Anita and Lamont will tell a story about a cool landmark, a particular hobby, job or other slice of life. With each story we will have an artist illustrate from the story that will be available on a t-shirt. We will periodically also have listener stories. We all have a story, what's yours?
REAL BLACK NEWS
Ep. 120 of Real Black News features conversations about tracking and fighting White Supremacists with two guests, including the president and CEO of The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), Margaret Huang. She discusses the tactics they use to track hate groups, the history of white supremacists in the military, and where the SPLC stands with the Nation of Islam on their map of hate groups in America (interview begins at 9:46). While lawyer, Harvard professor, and former president of the NAACP, Cornell William Brooks, discusses executive producing the four-part CNN original series The People v. The Klan and the black woman - Beulah Mae Donald - who won the fight (interview begins at 44:13). After taking down White supremacy, we focus on building up our money as a community via crowdfunding with real estate and business lawyer Darryl Scipio and his campaign to build an apartment building - Savers Village - in Newark, NJ, that gives money back to its tenants. He also shares three tips on launching a crowdfunding campaign (interview begins at 1:11:04). Plus, North Carolina A&T’s history-making track team, activists getting Hollywood production deals, and more of the top 5 empowering Black news stories of the week.