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Best podcasts about indignity

Latest podcast episodes about indignity

Peter & Phil's Courageous Conversations
The Indignity of Racism

Peter & Phil's Courageous Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 13:15


This week Peter continues last week's conversation on religion, and Phil shares a story about his childhood experiences of 'being seen and not heard.' They both point out how it's an uncanny parallel of how many minorities still feel (seen, but not heard) even into their adulthood. Join us for another awesome courageous conversation! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ppcourageousconversation/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ppcourageousconversation/support

Can I Help Find Your Missing Loved One?
June 6th, 2021 Marks One Year Since Shane Smith Was Fatally Shot. Beautiful & Loving Sister, Cassie Lynn opens up about this horrific year as they continue to search for her brother's body in the Bow River, Calgary Alberta, Canada.

Can I Help Find Your Missing Loved One?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 35:02


This was a very sad and painful interview, to learn and hear more facts about what happened to Shane on that horrific night of June 6th, 2020. I couldn't help but feel helpless and down.  Protective and loving sister, Cassie Lynn opens up and talks about where Shane was, when he tragically was killed. My heart hurts to know and see how the Smith family and friends are suffering through this unimaginable loss of someone they love so much. Shane Smith needs to be located so he can have a proper funeral and be honoured, he deserves this. His loving family and friends need to say goodbye to their precious missing loved one.Written by Cassie, Shanes big sister:~June 6th, 2020.  The worst day of my life. Of any parents, siblings, friends life. This was the day, one year ago, that someone who was supposed to be my little brother's friend, carelessly took his life. The day he had other's who were supposed to be friends, dispose of his body instead of calling for help. Instead of telling the truth. Shane Eric James Smith was born on October 16, 1999. The happiest day of my life getting to become a big sister. I remember hearing my mom had the baby and getting so excited I jumped and landed on scissors cutting my knee open. A scar I can look at for the rest of my life remembering the joy of that day. Now there is also a permanent scar on my heart from loosing him. Over the last year since Shane tragically lost his life a few things have happened. Three men have been charged and one has been sentenced. The man who irresponsibly pointed a gun at my brother, without checking to see if there was a round chambered, Ian Charles Ambercrombie, was sentenced on December 18th. 2020, after pleading guilty to "Criminal Negligence Causing Death and Indignity to a Human Body." His sentence is short and in my opinion not fair for what he did at all. Two others have been charged as well. Andrew Leger-Wagner and Andrew Bablitz. Both with "Obstruction of Justice and Indignity to a Human Body" as well as some firearms charges. Wagner will see a sentencing in November and Bablitz is going to trial in December. For now, they remain out on bail walking the streets like they have done nothing wrong. While one of them even claims to have done nothing, when we know that is not the case. In addition to the legal things that have happened, many searches for Shane have gone out. Many volunteers on boats, rafts, with dog teams and we are so grateful to all who have tried to help. Flyers have gone up many many times and continue to do so. Support wear has been purchased and worn as well as car decals and the support is amazing. My brother is believed to be in the Bow River, but if anyone has any other information that could help locate him I beg and plead for them to come forward. He did not deserve this and does not deserve to be out there all alone. He deserves to be laid to rest properly and have a goodbye from all who love him. Thank you for listening and sharing this podcast. Please help us bring Shane home and get justice for him. #JUSTICEFORSHANE Sincerely,Cassie Smith  (June. You used to be my favourite month. Time for joy and fun. Now all you bring is intense pain and heartache. The calendar on my wall hasn't moved since the day my world came crashing down. Since my favourite person in the world was taken from me and everyone who loved him. I'm not sure how to face the days coming at all.)~I interviewed Cassie last year and this was released on September 7th, 2020. For anyone who has missed that interview, you can listen to it on the Podcast, “Can I Help Find Your Missing Loved One?” 

Am I Famous Yet? Memoir of a Working-Class Rock Star
Ch. 31 - Oh, The Indignity! Enter Through the Kitchen

Am I Famous Yet? Memoir of a Working-Class Rock Star

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 26:51


The chapter in which I detail the social hierarchy almost universally imposed upon lowly musicians at catering halls and the hoops that must be jumped through not to get yelled at by random people who aren't even your direct employers. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ivan-bodley/support

Imperative Ministries
Dignified by the Indignity: Living a Life of Peace and Thankfulness

Imperative Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2021 42:55


There are struggles, persecutions, and illnesses that set us back and try to rob us of our peace and thankfulness. God has a remedy. It is found by being connected to Jesus and His Church Colossians 3:15

LCIL International Law Seminar Series
Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture 2021: 'On Dignity' (Part 3): 'Dignity and Indignity in the South African Toilet Wars' - Professor Susan Marks, London School of Economics

LCIL International Law Seminar Series

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021 62:00


The Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture is an annual three-part lecture series given in Cambridge to commemorate the unique contribution to the development of international law of Sir Hersch Lauterpacht. These lectures are given annually by a person of eminence in the field of international law. This year's lecture will be given by Professor Susan Marks, Professor of International Law, London School of Economics. 6 pm Tuesday 2 March (Part 1): 'Dignity as a Worldly Concept' 6 pm Wednesday 3 March (Part 2): 'The Idea of Human Dignity' 6 pm Thursday 4 March (Part 3): 'Dignity and Indignity in the South African Toilet Wars' Lecture summary: These lectures explore dignity as a worldly phenomenon that is not just an idea, but also a social practice and lived experience. We say that dignity is a right, or a foundational concept for human rights, yet we know that, in reality, it is a privilege enjoyed by some of us more than others and all of us at some times of our lives more than at others. How are we to understand asymmetries in the distribution of dignity? What can we learn by approaching dignity from the perspective of the presumptively undignified? When dignity is not simply denied but refused, can we then make out a different, defiant dignity with a different relationship to indignity? Professor Susan Marks joined the LSE in 2010 as Professor of International Law. She previously taught at King’s College London and, prior to that, at the University of Cambridge, where she was a fellow of Emmanuel College. Her work attempts to bring insights from the radical tradition to the study of international law and human rights.

LCIL International Law Seminar Series
Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture 2021 - 'On Dignity' (Part 1): 'Dignity as a Worldly Concept' - Professor Susan Marks, London School of Economics

LCIL International Law Seminar Series

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 61:00


The Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture is an annual three-part lecture series given in Cambridge to commemorate the unique contribution to the development of international law of Sir Hersch Lauterpacht. These lectures are given annually by a person of eminence in the field of international law. This year's lecture will be given by Professor Susan Marks, Professor of International Law, London School of Economics. All three lectures will be held online: 6 pm Tuesday 2 March (Part 1): 'Dignity as a Worldly Concept' 6 pm Wednesday 3 March (Part 2): 'The Idea of Human Dignity' 6 pm Thursday 4 March (Part 3): 'Dignity and Indignity in the South African Toilet Wars' 1 pm Friday 5 March Q&A session (not recorded) Lecture summary: These lectures explore dignity as a worldly phenomenon that is not just an idea, but also a social practice and lived experience. We say that dignity is a right, or a foundational concept for human rights, yet we know that, in reality, it is a privilege enjoyed by some of us more than others and all of us at some times of our lives more than at others. How are we to understand asymmetries in the distribution of dignity? What can we learn by approaching dignity from the perspective of the presumptively undignified? When dignity is not simply denied but refused, can we then make out a different, defiant dignity with a different relationship to indignity? Professor Susan Marks joined the LSE in 2010 as Professor of International Law. She previously taught at King’s College London and, prior to that, at the University of Cambridge, where she was a fellow of Emmanuel College. Her work attempts to bring insights from the radical tradition to the study of international law and human rights.

The New Dimensions Café
The Indignity of Rankism - Robert Fuller, Ph.D. - C0261 (1)

The New Dimensions Café

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2020 17:29


Robert Fuller, Ph.D. is a physicist and former president of Oberlin College. He has consulted with Indira Gandhi, met with Jimmy Carter regarding the President's Commission on World Hunger, and worked to defuse the Cold War in Russia when it was known as the USSR. As Fuller reflected on his career he realized that he had been, at different times in his life, a somebody and a nobody. His periodic sojourns into “Nobodyland” led him to identify rankism - the abuse of the power inherent in rank - and ultimately to write the book Somebodies and Nobodies: Overcoming the Abuse of Rank. He has become a recognized leader of the dignity movement to overcome rankism and keynoted a Dignity for All conference hosted by the President of Bangladesh. His many other accomplishments include co-authoring the text book Mathematics of Classical and Quantum Physics. His books include: Somebodies and Nobodies: Overcoming the Abuse of Rank (New Society Publishers 2003), Dignity for All: How to Create a World without Rankism (co-author Pamela A. Gerloff) (Berrett-Koehler Publishers 2008), Religion and Science: A Beautiful Friendship? (e-book, Smashwords 2012), (novel) The Rowan Tree (CreateSpace 2013), (children's book) Theo: The White Squirrel (co-author Claire Sheridan)  (Amazon Digital Services 2016), Questions and Quests: A Short Book Aphorisms (Amazon Digital Services 2017), The Theory of Everybody (Robert Fuller 2017)Interview Date: 2/5/2013   Tags: Robert Fuller, rankism, Marshall Plan, indignity, dignity, racism, Truth and Reconciliation Commission, predation, somebodies and nobodies, Social Change/Politics

Chapel – Southern Equip
The Indignity of Grace

Chapel – Southern Equip

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2020 34:33


The post The Indignity of Grace appeared first on Southern Equip.

The Ark Fellowship
01-19-2020 Indignity of Worship - Victor Thompson

The Ark Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2020 71:06


Organization: The Ark Fellowship Speaker: Pastor Goodluck Okotie-Eboh City: Cypress State: TX

Westside Church of Christ
The Indignity of the Cross

Westside Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2019 32:26


Westside Church of Christ Sermons
The Crucified Life: The Indignity of the Cross

Westside Church of Christ Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2019 32:26


Two Truths and a Lie

Three stories with pointing and laughing. Elaine Strutz gets topless for a good cause. Jonathan Wickremasinghe-Kuhn has to apologize to a child’s doll. And Nima Kharrazi wets his pants in front of the whole class.

Standard Issue Podcast
SIM Ep 189 Chops 80: the IVF indignity Olympics with Christine Robertson

Standard Issue Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2019 19:51


In this Chops, the third and final part of our series on fertility, Mickey talks to writer Christine Robertson, former participant in the IVF indignity Olympics, about her experiences trying to get pregnant, how IVF is a big test of a person’s dignity, sense of humour and sanity – and what she did when it didn’t work. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Tafseer/Reminders | Qalam Project
003 Surah Alee 'Imran, Ayah 112, Part 02

Tafseer/Reminders | Qalam Project

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2018 4:22


ضُرِبَتۡ عَلَیۡهِمُ ٱلذِّلَّةُ أَیۡنَ مَا ثُقِفُوۤا۟ إِلَّا بِحَبۡلࣲ مِّنَ ٱللَّهِ وَحَبۡلࣲ مِّنَ ٱلنَّاسِ وَبَاۤءُو بِغَضَبࣲ مِّنَ ٱللَّهِ وَضُرِبَتۡ عَلَیۡهِمُ ٱلۡمَسۡكَنَةُۚ ذَ ٰ⁠لِكَ بِأَنَّهُمۡ كَانُوا۟ یَكۡفُرُونَ بِـَٔایَـٰتِ ٱللَّهِ وَیَقۡتُلُونَ ٱلۡأَنۢبِیَاۤءَ بِغَیۡرِ حَقࣲّۚ ذَ ٰ⁠لِكَ بِمَا عَصَوا۟ وَّكَانُوا۟ یَعۡتَدُونَ Indignity is put over them wherever they may be, except when under a covenant (of protection) from Allah, and from men; they have drawn on themselves the Wrath of Allah, and destruction is put over them. This is because they disbelieved in the Ayat (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.) of Allah and killed the Prophets without right. This is because they disobeyed (Allah) and used to transgress beyond bounds (in Allah's disobedience, crimes and sins). https://quran.com/3/112 quran://3/112

The Edge with Mark Thompson
"THE INDIGNITY OF BEING A WOMAN" -- Merrill Markoe and Megan Koester on Their New Audio Book

The Edge with Mark Thompson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2018 94:02


The Indignities of Being a Woman is the new audio book from comedy writers, Merrill Markoe and Megan Koester. The book details (in an entertaining way because they ARE comedy writers) the ways in which societies around the world have discounted women in society with a resentment and denial of their critical place in societies and cultures. J. Elvis Weinstein joins Mark with Merrill and Megan. The episode starts with political analyst, Michael Shure.  Michael explains how mid-term election polling is done and what it's indicating so far. Michael also shares his thoughts on the politics of the Brett Kavanaugh nomination and the likely outcome. Reach us at edgewithmarkthompson@gmail.com 00-04:45 Mark intro 04:45-23:40 Michael Shure  23:40-1:33:50 Merrill Markoe, Megan Koester and J. Elvis Weinstein      (warning for explicit language and occasional mature themes)

The Edge with Mark Thompson
"THE INDIGNITY OF BEING A WOMAN" -- Merrill Markoe and Megan Koester on Their New Audio Book

The Edge with Mark Thompson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2018 94:02


The Indignities of Being a Woman is the new audio book from comedy writers, Merrill Markoe and Megan Koester. The book details (in an entertaining way because they ARE comedy writers) the ways in which societies around the world have discounted women in society with a resentment and denial of their critical place in societies and cultures. J. Elvis Weinstein joins Mark with Merrill and Megan. The episode starts with political analyst, Michael Shure.  Michael explains how mid-term election polling is done and what it's indicating so far. Michael also shares his thoughts on the politics of the Brett Kavanaugh nomination and the likely outcome. Reach us at edgewithmarkthompson@gmail.com 00-04:45 Mark intro 04:45-23:40 Michael Shure  23:40-1:33:50 Merrill Markoe, Megan Koester and J. Elvis Weinstein      (warning for explicit language and occasional mature themes)

Punching Out
Episode 50 - The Indignity Of Work

Punching Out

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2018 60:53


On our 50th episode, Lou, Noah, and Amanda discuss the job-shaming discourse, and what liberals get wrong about the "dignity of work."

The New Dimensions Café
The Indignity of Rankism - Robert Fuller, Ph.D. - C0261

The New Dimensions Café

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2018


Robert Fuller, Ph.D. is a physicist and former president of Oberlin College. He has consulted with Indira Gandhi, met with Jimmy Carter regarding the President's Commission on World Hunger, and worked to defuse the Cold War in Russia when it was known as the USSR. As Fuller reflected on his career he realized that he had been, at different times in his life, a somebody and a nobody. His periodic sojourns into “Nobodyland” led him to identify rankism - the abuse of the power inherent in rank - and ultimately to write the book Somebodies and Nobodies: Overcoming the Abuse of Rank. He has become a recognized leader of the dignity movement to overcome rankism and keynoted a Dignity for All conference hosted by the President of Bangladesh. His many other accomplishments include co-authoring the text book Mathematics of Classical and Quantum Physics. His books include: Somebodies and Nobodies: Overcoming the Abuse of Rank (New Society Publishers 2003), Dignity for All: How to Create a World without Rankism (co-author Pamela A. Gerloff) (Berrett-Koehler Publishers 2008), Religion and Science: A Beautiful Friendship? (e-book, Smashwords 2012),  (novel) The Rowan Tree (CreateSpace 2013), (children's book) Theo: The White Squirrel (co-author Claire Sheridan)  (Amazon Digital Services 2016), Questions and Quests: A Short Book Aphorisms (Amazon Digital Services 2017), The Theory of Everybody (Robert Fuller 2017)Tags: Robert Fuller, rankism, Marshall Plan, indignity, dignity, racism, Truth and Reconciliation Commission, predation, somebodies and nobodies, Social Change/Politics

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast
The Final Indignity

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2017 28:03


Stoicism, good humour and palpable tension as Rohingya Muslims flee Myanmar to Bangladesh. Kate Adie introduces stories from correspondents around the world. Justin Rowlatt finds mixed emotions among Bangladeshis about the refugees arriving from across the border. Tim Whewell reports on the women and children left behind as the so called Islamic State’s self-declared caliphate crumbles. Sally Hayden explores how an outbreak of fake news and misinformation is making it harder to stop the spread of the plague in Madagascar. Jonah Fisher tours the tented camp that has reappeared in the centre of Kiev – last seen before the revolution in 2014. And Bill Law tries his best not to talk politics as Canadians gather for the annual Grey Cup football match or Canada’s Grand National Drunk as it’s often known.

Conscious Conversations w/ Joan & Janet
Indignity and Consciousness.

Conscious Conversations w/ Joan & Janet

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2017 56:03


Today on Conscious Conversations, Joan and Janet talk about Indignity and Consciousness. Everyone is indignant! Whatever side of the coin you are on, our hidden and obvious indignities are present. Consciousness is unfolding and our historic, generational biases of abuse and critical voices are exposed. Tune in today and recognize how this dynamic is affecting you and learn how to join the transformation.

Thunder Punch Daily
TPD 237 – The Indignity of Eating

Thunder Punch Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2016 14:15


This time I riff on the day 26 Art Soundoff prompt and talk about why I think food and the way we eat it is so darned funny. Links mentioned: Art Soundoff Lean Into Art on Patreon – Help us get to $800/month! Boulder and Fleet: Adventurers for Hire Mining for Trouble The Boulder and […]

The Isaac Morehouse Podcast
77 - Slayback to the Future: Technology, Progress, Culture, and Universal Basic Indignity

The Isaac Morehouse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2016 66:10


Praxis colleague, aviation buff, and all around interesting guy Zak Slayback comes back to the show to talk about the future, technology, progress, work, universal basic income, and much more. We discuss whether there is a "digital divide" between urban and rural populations, whether that has significance culturally or politically, the rate of technological change, how self-driving cars might disrupt the aviation industry, and whether a future of greater wealth and robots means income should be forcibly redistributed (hint: no). This and all episodes are available on SoundCloud, iTunes, YouTube, and Stitcher.

Cold War Radio
Cold War Radio - CWR#264

Cold War Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2015 59:01


Pick One Thing And Fight Like Hell,Minnesota Media Poll Shows Donald Trump on Top and Defeating Hillary – Promptly Deleted Their own Findings,How Will Trump Handle the Indignity of Second Place?,‘Dangerous Token Negro': DC Media’s Destruction of Carson Is Just Getting Started,Today In Cold War History,Cruz Excoriates Reid’s Objection to Kate’s Law: ‘It’s Cheaper to Lose Our Sons and Daughters’

Rant Cast
Injury Indignity

Rant Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2014 49:01


#207. On this week's show Ed & Paul look forward to United's fixture against Arsenal this weekend. The Reds' record against Arsene Wenger's side is outstanding in recent years, but with so many players injured - including three more on international duty - can United cope in north London? There's more on injuries: what has caused the catastrophic loss of players this season and who is to blame? The boys discuss whether Louis van Gaal's intensive training regime plays a part or if bad luck is at the root. There's a review of international week, transfer market speculation and, finally, all your questions. Plus - look out for two special competitions this week!No Question About That is available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, YouTube, Amazon Music and all good podcast apps. We really appreciate your support. Please hit that subscribe button, leave a rating and write us a review! Talk to us on Twitter and Instagram. No Question About That is produced by the award-winning Tom Jenkins.  If you are interested in supporting the show and accessing some cool rewards, check out our crowdfunding page and become a Patron!

Mumia Abu-Jamal's Radio Essays

Business Sense [col. writ. 7/20/08] (c) '08 Mumia Abu-Jamal If there is an overarching ideology at work in America today, it's the ubiquity of the market. On TV, stars shred every last fig-leaf of privacy to sell alleged 'reality.' Everyday folks join the shows in a realm of entertainment that might best be called "Indignity for Dollars." Politicians and press people are virtually for hire to the biggest corporate bidder. Thus politics and media news outlets become multi-billion dollar industries. Moreover, they become industries that feed on each other, as politicians buy millions of dollars worth of commercials, and of course, TV and cable outlets make big bucks by selling ads. Meanwhile, the everyday economy -- of food, fuel, housing and education -- goes from bad to worse. To the average network anchor who pulls in millions per year in fees, this is decidedly under the radar. His (or her) job is to protect the status quo. From this convergence we get the present political structure, where accepted political debate is that which doesn't ruffle the feathers of Wall Street or the corporate elite. When's the last time you've seen or read (in the corporate media) about the sub-prime lending debacle as a crime -- as truly the most premeditated of crimes designed to steal the wealth of millions? Not lately, I'd bet. It's a straight news story, no 'B' roll (or background video). It's usually an anchor reading a script, dry as day-old bread. Because it happens primarily to people who are Black and Latino, it's not a news leader nor headliner, even though it represents the biggest loss of Black wealth in history. According to the group United for a Fair Economy, such people lost between $164 and $213 billion dollars. If it weren't so tragic, it would remind one of the silly character popularized by comedian Mike Myers in his Austin Powers movies -- the nefarious Dr. Evil. (y'know -'$213 billion dollars!') But this is no joke. It is the root of the current foreclosure crisis, which in turn has sent the Fannie Mae (Federal National Mortgage Association) and Freddie Mac (Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation),the federally insured mortgage assistance agencies to the brink of bankruptcy. How does the government respond to this crisis? It has thrown a life preserver to the agencies (and through them the banks and traders who hustled the sub-primes), and turned its back on the people who got swindled. Typical. What we are seeing is the perverse logic of the market, or in a tighter phrase, 'business sense.' Anything goes to get money, and if you fail, don't worry, for the fake free traders in government will bail you out, but only if you're big enough. --(c) '08 maj