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Future Histories
S02E20 - Trebor Scholz on Platform Cooperativism

Future Histories

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 53:35


Over the last decade platform-cooperativism has grown from an idea into a movement. How far can it take us?  Collaborative Podcast Transcription If you would like to support Future Histories by contributing to the collaborative transcription of episodes, please contact us at: transkription@futurehistories.today (German) Kollaborative Podcast-Transkription FAQ: shorturl.at/eL578 Shownotes Trebor Scholz (New School University): https://www.newschool.edu/public-engagement/faculty/trebor-scholz/  Trebor on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TreborS  Platform Cooperativism Consortium: https://platform.coop/ Institute for Cooperative Digital Economy: https://platform.coop/who-we-are/icde/ Fellowship Program at The New School's Institute for the Cooperative Digital Economy: https://platform.coop/blog/apply-for-the-new-schools-institute-for-the-cooperative-digital-economys-2022-2023-fellowship-program/ Ted Talk by Trebor Scholz from January 2022: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OXhOXULEbA Scholz, Trebor and Schneider, Nathan. 2016. "Ours to Hack and to Own: The Rise of Platform Cooperatives.", New York/London: OR Books.: (PDF available) https://worldpece.org/sites/default/files/artifacts/media/pdf/ourstohackandown.pdf Scholz, Trebor. 2016. “Platform Cooperativism: Challenging the cooperate sharing economy”. Published by the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, New York Office. (Available as PDF): https://rosalux.nyc/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/RLS-NYC_platformcoop.pdf  Further Material International Cooperative Alliance: https://www.ica.coop/ Smart Coop: https://www.smart-at.org/?lang=en Fairbnb: https://fairbnb.coop/ America's Electric Cooperatives: https://www.electric.coop/ The Drivers Cooperative: https://drivers.coop/ Department of Cooperation, Government of Kerala, India: https://cooperation.kerala.gov.in/about-us/ Self Employed Women's Association of India (SEWA): https://www.sewa.org/ Platform Cooperatives Germany: https://platformcoop.de/ CoopCycle: https://coopcycle.org/en/ Stocksy: https://www.stocksy.com/ Web 3 (Wikipedia): https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web3 Blockchain (Wikipedia): https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blockchain Decentralized Autonomy Organizations (Wikipedia): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decentralized_autonomous_organization “They Love Crypto. They're Trying to Buy the Constitution.”: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/17/business/crypto-constitution-sothebys.html Mondragon Cooperative: https://www.mondragon-corporation.com/ Parecon (Wikipedia): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Participatory_economics Hahnel, R. 2021. Democratic Economic Planning. New York: Routledge: https://www.routledge.com/Democratic-Economic-Planning/Hahnel/p/book/9781032003320 Albert, M. 2003: Parecon. Life After Capitalism. London/New York: Verso: https://www.versobooks.com/books/85-parecon Muldoon, James. 2022. Platform Socialism. London: Pluto Press: http://www.plutobooks.com/9780745346953/platform-socialism/   Further Future Histories Episodes on related topics S02E11 | James Muldoon on Platform Socialism: https://www.futurehistories.today/episoden-blog/s02/e11-james-muldoon-on-platform-socialism/ S02E10 | Aaron Benanav on Associational Socialism and Democratic Planning: https://www.futurehistories.today/episoden-blog/s02/e10-aaron-benanav-on-associational-socialism-and-democratic-planning/ (German) S01E55/56 | Michael Seemann zur Macht der Plattformen (pt.1 & 2): https://www.futurehistories.today/episoden-blog/s01/e55-michael-seemann-zur-macht-der-plattformen-teil-1/ https://www.futurehistories.today/episoden-blog/s01/e56-michael-seemann-zur-macht-der-plattformen-teil-2/ S01E44/45 | Benjamin Bratton on Synthetic Catallaxies, Platforms of Platforms & Red Futurism (pt.1 & 2): https://www.futurehistories.today/episoden-blog/s01/e44-benjamin-bratton-on-synthetic-catallaxies-platforms-of-platforms-red-futurism-part-1-2/ https://www.futurehistories.today/episoden-blog/s01/e45-benjamin-bratton-on-synthetic-catallaxies-platforms-of-platforms-red-futurism-part-2-2/ S01E31/32 | Daniel E. Saros on Digital Socialism and the Abolition of Capital (pt. 1 & 2): https://www.futurehistories.today/episoden-blog/s01/e31-daniel-e-saros-on-digital-socialism-and-the-abolition-of-capital-part-1/ https://www.futurehistories.today/episoden-blog/s01/e32-daniel-e-saros-on-digital-socialism-and-the-abolition-of-capital-part-2/ If you like Future Histories, you can help with your support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/FutureHistories? Write me at office@futurehistories.today and join the discussion on Twitter (#FutureHistories): https://twitter.com/FutureHpodcast or on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/FutureHistories/ or on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfRFz38oh9RH73-pWcME6yw www.futurehistories.today Episode Keywords: #TreborScholz, #JanGroos, #FutureHistories, #FutureHistoriesInternational, #Podcast, #Interview, #PlatformCooperativism, #Cooperatives, #Genossenschaften, #Blockchain, #Decentralization, #Socialism, #Sozialismus, #Capitalism, #DigitalSocialism, #Platforms, #DigitalEconomy, #SharingEconomy, #ParticipatoryEconomics, #DigitalPlatforms, #DigitalFuture, #DigitalInfrastructure, #GlobalCommunities, #TechnologyDebate, #Plattformen, #DigitalerSozialismus, #Democracy, #Demokratie, #SocialDemocracy, #Networks, 

No More Late Fees
Kickin' it New School with Megan @1999viibes

No More Late Fees

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 12:17


This week on the No More Late Fees podcast Jackie and Danielle are joined by Megan from 1999 Viibes. Before our episode drops later this week we wanted to give y'all a chance to get to know Megan. – No More Late Fees --- Megan 1999 Viibes Instagram TapeGiirl Instagram --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nomorelatefees/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nomorelatefees/support --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nomorelatefees/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nomorelatefees/support

Next Stop Crazytown
YNS Live with Lee Matthew Goldberg and Natalie Kimber

Next Stop Crazytown

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 62:28


Listen to a new episode of Your Next Stop recorded live on Fireside with host Juliet Hahn featuring author, screenwriter, and publisher Lee Matthew Goldberg and literary agent Natalie Kimber.   Lee Matthew Goldberg is the author of nine novels including THE ANCESTOR and THE MENTOR and the YA series RUNAWAY TRAIN. His books are in various stages of development for film and TV off of his original scripts. He has been published in multiple languages and nominated for the Prix du Polar. VANISH ME will be out in Feb '22. After graduating with an MFA from the New School, his writing has also appeared as a contributor in Pipeline Artists, LitHub, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Millions, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, LitReactor, Mystery Tribune, The Big Idea, Monkeybicycle, Fiction Writers Review, Cagibi, Necessary Fiction, Hypertext, If My Book, Past Ten, the anthology Dirty Boulevard, The Montreal Review, The Adirondack Review, The New Plains Review, Maudlin House, Underwood Press, and others. He is the co-curator of The Guerrilla Lit Reading Series and lives in New York City. Follow him at LeeMatthewGoldberg.com, Twitter, Instagram, Amazon, and FRINGE.   Natalie Kimber is a literary agent with The Rights Factory and previously worked with the Georgetown University Booklab and Literary and Creative Artists in Washington, DC. She represents trade authors as well as academics, artists, and poets. She is passionate about bringing books into the world and developing them with authors from first ideas through publication. She is an editor for the literary journal Monologging, the organizer of the NYC Writers Circle, and the founder of the Weehawken Writers and Artists Studio. Follow her on Twitter. Remarkable Quotes:   “As a writer, you're very alone. You write alone and put your work out there and you have a few people in your life. A lot of times it's a business relationship, and it's about money. To have people who really just care is invaluable.” ~ Lee Matthew Goldberg   “Keep looking for the person who's gonna like your thing because eventually, if you just stay positive, you will get there.” ~ Natalie Kimber     Sponsors   Today's episode is sponsored by:   Together Women Rise is dedicated to ensuring that every woman and girl has the opportunity to live freely, pursue her dreams, and reach her full potential. We are a powerful community of women and allies engaged in learning, giving, and community building. Visit TogetherWomenRise.org to learn more and join us!   Picked Cherries‘ social podcasting app is the destination for the best podcast listening experience for all listeners. Download the app for FREE on Google Play and the App Store. Share podcasts like never before with Picked Cherries. Learn more at PickedCherries.com. Find Us Online! Fireside: Juliet Hahn Instagram: @iamjuliethahn LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn FB: Juliet Hahn Clubhouse: @iamjuliethahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn Twitter: @iamjuliethahn

Culture Factor 2.0
Vladislav Ginzburg: P1: Warhol's Digital Art to NFTS & Blockparty's Creators in Web 3

Culture Factor 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 46:41


Vladislav Ginzburg is the Chief Executive Officer at Blockparty.Ginzburg leads Blockparty and the mission to build a blockchain-agnostic platform for collectible NFTs at the intersection of art, music and culture. Blockparty launched their MVP In August 2020 with a number of mainstream oriented drops, including first digital artworks by 3lau Slime Sunday, Adventure Club, Dave Krugman and others.Earlier, Ginzburg was Chief Business Development officer at Blockparty Tickets where he introduced blockchain as an NFT powered ticketing system to music festivals and professional sports teams, including a partnership with the Sacramento Kings of the NBA.Before entering the Blockchain and entertainment spaces, Ginzburg managed a fine art fund where he transacted more than $150 million in blue chip artworks. Ginzburg studied at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio as well as The New School in New York.Let's dig into your art background first, I believe it lays the groundwork for your interest in NFT related art and event?In the art world,  Vladislav Ginzburg has managed several high-value growth funds in the fine art industry where he has executed transactions for iconic canvas works by Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michele Basquiat, Salvador Dali, Pierre Auguste Renoir, and hundreds of others for clients., including placing works into museum exhibitions globallyWhat is your relationship with Warner Music and how will it compliment Blockparty goals for the artist?Opensea is the amazon for NFTs; it's the most common and most costly to mint because there's so many people on it. Rarible and a few others are less expensive. By having their own storefront on Blockparty (part Website, Etsy and Shopify?, Is this a solution to the two ends of the spectrum of Opensea and Rarible?Wants to dive into the live event aspect because of Lively partnership. Does Blockparty expect to be more of an event platform in the end? Or are they primarily a storefront/tools provider? What's the endgame?Ginzburg is the co-founder for Moonwalk. No code: there is code that sits behind the NFT. Moonwalk, being a no code platform, allows people who don't have developers in their back pocket to mint NFTs and play in the same arena as people who do have their own developers. Is Moonwalk going to eventually live on Blockparty?Are Ginzburg's platforms working toward democratizing crypto/NFTs for any and all?We are speaking on NFT.NYC in June!!Data to market yourself, your wallet, online habits, or curated social media look?Creators pushing for Blockparty to push further with them, innovating togetherEasy vs. creating smart contracts that work for the artists on the platformDali and Warhol experimented with digital art, NFT artists that were painters, sculptors and photographers using AR and image recognitionToken, receive it into your wallet, send it out of your wallet or stake it.look forward alpha: music NFTs will thrive with UGC (user generated content) selling viral content from fans taking and creating NFTs and sending to the viral TikTok artist.Vladislav Ginsburg on Twitter Holly Shannon's WebsiteZero To Podcast on AmazonHolly Shannon, LinkedinHolly Shannon, InstagramHolly Shannon, Clubhousehttps://youtu.be/PKCND4FqGLc#blockparty #blue-chip #authenticity #prognosticator #wallstreet #artnet #database #creatorcollector #web2.5 #web2fatigue #nocode #massadoption #digitallynative #imagerecognition #nfts #nft #nftart #cryptocurrency #blockchain #metaverse #culturefactor #web3 #smartcontracts #bitcoin #nftartist #nftcollectors #eth #ethereum #youtubers #tiktok #instagram #reels #branding #bitcoin #web3 #smartcontracts #bitcoin #nftartist #nftcollectors #community #decentralizedeconomy

The Climate Daily
Climate Champ--DJ Darwin, DJs for Climate Action, Music Industry Climate Pact, Stanford Announces New School of Sustainability

The Climate Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 8:04


The Athletic Baseball Show: A show about MLB
Starkville | Dusty Baker on 2000 wins, old school vs. new school and more

The Athletic Baseball Show: A show about MLB

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 76:01


Dusty Baker is back in Starkville for the third time fresh off his 2000th win as a Major League manager. He reflects back on his managerial career and what has changed over the years. He explains why older managers can still get it done and how he has related to star players over the years. Also on this episode, Jayson forces Doug to relive the heartbreak of being on the 2003 Cubs. Plus Strange But True and listener trivia. Follow Jayson on Twitter: @jaysonst Follow Doug on Twitter: @dougglanville Follow Mayor Tim on Twitter: @TimMMcMaster Get six months of The Athletic for just $1 per month at theathletic.com/baseballshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Repurpose Your Career | Career Pivot | Careers for the 2nd Half of Life | Career Change | Baby Boomer
The Great Retirement Surge Driven by Mass Job Loss During the Pandemic #269

Repurpose Your Career | Career Pivot | Careers for the 2nd Half of Life | Career Change | Baby Boomer

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 35:31


Description: This week I am speaking with Teresa Ghilarducci and Sia Radpour about how the great retirement surge was not associated with the great resignation but by mass job loss by older workers during the pandemic. Teresa and Sia are both economists with the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy analysis and they recently published a report called No "Great Resignation" for Older Workers—Mass Job Loss Drove the Retirement Surge. This report confirmed many of our suspicions that the great retirement surge was driven by involuntary job loss and was not by choice. Teresa's bio is as follows: Teresa Ghilarducci is a labor economist and nationally recognized expert in retirement security. She holds the Irene and Bernard L. Schwartz Chair in economic policy analysis in the Economics Department at the New School for Social Research and directs the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis that focuses on economic policy research and outreach. Ghilarducci joined The New School in 2008 after 25 years as a professor of economics at the University of Notre Dame. Her most recent book, Rescuing Retirement: A Plan to Guarantee Retirement Security for All Americans, offers solutions to the growing retirement crisis in the U.S. Sia's bio is as follows: Siavash Radpour earned his Ph.D. in economics from the New School for Social Research in 2020. His research focuses on the effects of the retirement system and aging on wealth and income inequality, wellbeing, and economic growth and redistribution. Previously, he worked as a Research Associate for the Retirement Equity Lab. He received his MA in economics and business from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands and Corvinus University of Budapest. My discussion with Teresa and Sia clearly states some of the ugly truths on how older workers have been hurt during the pandemic. They acknowledge the elephant in the room that ageism in the job market is alive and well. This is an employer issue that only employers can fix. This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community, and be sure to pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition. For the full show notes click here.

UN-Scripted
Ep. 53: The US Continues to Keep Russia on the Defensive

UN-Scripted

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 24:31


The United States assumes the Security Council presidency in May, as it also leads efforts to continue to isolate Russia in the UN for its war in Ukraine. On this episode, we hear from US envoy to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield about the country's signature events in the Council, and chat with Thomas G. Weiss, leading American academic on the UN and Presidential Professor of Political Science and Director Emeritus of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center. Links: PassBlue's website: www.passblue.com Twitter: @pass_blue Facebook: @PassBlueUN Instagram: @passblue ----- Are you interested in joining a community of policy influencers working toward positive change? Consider Seton Hall University's results-driven executive graduate programs in international affairs. You can customize your studies through research in regional areas and specializations -- including conflict management, global health security and more. As a graduate candidate, you can leverage a collaborative and dynamic professional platform that includes 1-on-1 faculty mentorship, career workshops, international seminars, AND discussions with global leaders on campus, at the U.N. headquarters in New York, and in Washington, D.C. The program is flexible. Study full or part-time, online, or at the New Jersey campus just 14 miles from New York City. To learn more or sign up for a webinar, visit www.shu.edu/passblue. ----- Are you looking for a talk show featuring leading global voices? Do you want to learn more about how international issues directly affect people locally? Global Connections Television presents the insights of global influencers at-no-cost to viewers and programmers. GCTV is independently produced, and reaches more than 70 million potential viewers worldwide each week. The show covers everything from human rights to climate change, from peace and security to empowering women and girls. It features guests such Dr. Jane Goodall, former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Mary Robinson, and Peter Yarrow of “Peter, Paul and Mary.” The show also hosts expert voices from the private sector, academia, and labor and environmental movements. GCTV is available to public television media outlets, universities, and service clubs for distribution. To watch the show, visit www.globalconnectionstelevision.com. For more information, contact Bill Miller, the show's host, at millerkyun@aol.com. ----- With the world ravaged by wars, infectious disease and climate change, we need to ask, what do we want the world to look like in 2030? The New School's Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs will prepare you to use your career to create a more just world order. Based in New York City, these master's degree programs will give you deep insight into global issues such as conflicts, migration, human rights, development and media, as well as the skills you'll need to work in these areas. The programs also offer an International Field Program, UN Summer Study and student-team consultancies with intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations. To find out more, visit: www.newschool.edu/international-affairs.

In The Trenches With Ryan Roxie Podcast
Musician/Artist WILLEM WOLFE - The NEW SCHOOL of Rock

In The Trenches With Ryan Roxie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 63:14


Musician/Artist WILLEM WOLFE talks ART, MUSIC, and growing up in Rock Royalty. The son of Billy Idol and mentored by In the Trenches with Ryan Roxie is a podcast hosted by Alice Cooper Guitarist Ryan Roxie. The show features in depth conversations with the worlds hardest working musicians and entertainers...the ones that grind, the ones that commit, the ones who make their dreams come true...in the trenches. For BONUS episodes visit ryanroxie.com/podcast Ryan Roxie - Host Instagram - @ryanroxie Robby Miller - Research Editor Instagram - @robbyrockmiller Victor Chalfant - Video Editing/Web design/Social Media Instagram - @vicchalfant Dave Rattenbury - Euro Team Instagram - @daveyrocks Gustav Kronfelt - Graphics Instagram - @gustavkronfelt Tess Faber - Intro Voice Instagram - @tess_faber Federica Robba - Social Media Promotion Instagram - @federocknroll77 Mitch Lafon - Executive Producer Instagram - @mitch_lafon Jörn Kleinhans - Executive Producer Special Thanks to : Hughes & Kettner Amps, Beyerdynamic Headphones & Microphones Enjoy the Ride...Support the Podcast...Thanks! Roxie ryanroxie.com, THIS is one episode you don't wanna miss! In the Trenches with Ryan Roxie is a podcast hosted by Alice Cooper Guitarist Ryan Roxie. The show features in depth conversations with the worlds hardest working musicians and entertainers...the ones that grind, the ones that commit, the ones who make their dreams come true...in the trenches. For BONUS episodes visit ryanroxie.com/podcast Ryan Roxie - Host Instagram - @ryanroxie Robby Miller - Research Editor Instagram - @robbyrockmiller Victor Chalfant - Video Editing/Web design/Social Media Instagram - @vicchalfant Dave Rattenbury - Euro Team Instagram - @daveyrocks Gustav Kronfelt - Graphics Instagram - @gustavkronfelt Tess Faber - Intro Voice Instagram - @tess_faber Federica Robba - Social Media Promotion Instagram - @federocknroll77 Mitch Lafon - Executive Producer Instagram - @mitch_lafon Jörn Kleinhans - Executive Producer Special Thanks to : Hughes & Kettner Amps, Beyerdynamic Headphones & Microphones Enjoy the Ride...Support the Podcast...Thanks! Roxie ryanroxie.com

Professor X aka Kysii #XSquad
Random Friday Hip Hop

Professor X aka Kysii #XSquad

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 71:45


Old School, New School, Hiphop, R&B, Soul, Classics and more

Daughters of Change
The Power of Art

Daughters of Change

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 56:26


Today's Daughter of Change is Anna Dibble, founding director of Gulf of Maine EcoArts, visual artist, and writer. Anna's paintings have been featured in solo, group, and invitational exhibitions in museums, cultural centers, and galleries for over forty years.She was a freelance writer, music composer, and co-designer for multiple animated shorts on Children's Television Workshop's Sesame Street. She has designed and created sets for opera and theater and taught workshops in both visual arts and writing in Vermont and Maine schools. In the 1980s and 90s, she worked in commercial and independent animation in Los Angeles including feature films, television specials, and theatrical shorts.Primarily a self-taught visual artist from a family of self-taught professional artists, she studied at Parsons, New School, Boston Museum School, Vermont Studio Center, Pittsburg Art Institute, and learned from mentors including her father, In 2018 Anna designed and launched a multi-year collaborative public art/ocean science initiative: The Gulf of Maine Ecology Arts Project, which focuses on the changes in biodiversity in the Gulf of Maine due to climate change and other human impacts. Anna and I cover a lot of ground or should I say ocean to cover – let's dive in!Links Mentioned:Gulf of Maine EcoArtsInstagram @gulfofmaineecoartsGulf of Maine EcoArts on Facebook @RightWhale207Anna Dibble's WebsiteVideo with EcoArts' 'story': A Dibble narration Virtual tour of current Majestic Fragility exhibit Bigelow Lab Press releasePortland Press Herald ArticleFollow Daughters of Change:Website:Facebook:InstagramLinkedInMarie's LinkedIn:Daughters of Change Podcast Editor:  Sarah StaceySarah's LinkedIn Profile 

Mad Radio
P&P - Finally Texans Stability, Deep Ball Dave Anderson, and the New School of Analytics

Mad Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 38:08


HOUR 4 - Seth and Sean discuss Nick Caserio getting some stability on the Texans roster, former Texans WR David Anderson stops by the studio, and he and his business partner Kevin Hisey explain how they're helping teams and players understand newer analytics that are more helpful than the traditional ones.

Mad Radio
P&P - David Anderson talks Disconnects between Old and New School

Mad Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 15:41


Seth and Sean are joined in studio by former Texans WR David "Deep Ball Dave" Anderson and his business partner Kevin Hisey from BreakAway Data. They explain some of the disconnects between old school scouts and new school analytics, and how they're helping teams make that leap into the future.

Metal Mayhem ROC: A Heavy Metal Podcast
MAD BUTCHER-1980's German band reunion gig. GRAVEHUFFER-2010's Sludge doom band craft a killer sound.

Metal Mayhem ROC: A Heavy Metal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 46:46


This weeks show we have a bit of "OLD SCHOOL " and "NEW SCHOOL "  to profile. MAD BUTCHER from Germany and GRAVEHUFFER from Joplin, Missouri. MAD BUTCHER After 30 years, German Heavy Metal Band MAD BUTCHER will hold a exclusive reunion gig in Oberhausen, Germany to commemorate the 40 year anniversary of the band.  Vocalist " METAL HARRY" (Harry Elbracht) Joins us to share a bit about the band and how this reunion came about. The gig features 3 of the 4 original members and will revisit music from 1985's Metal Lightning Attack, 1987's  Metal Meat and the 2020 For Adults Only Release. https://www.facebook.com/Mad-Butcher-German-Heavy-Metal-Band-112084134312153 GRAVEHUFFER Since their inception in 2008, GRAVEHUFFER has crafted their sound into an other-worldly amalgamation of Crust, Punk, Metal, Grindcore, and unapologetic down-tuned Sludge-laden Doom. Without ever making a conscious effort to do so, the Joplin, Missouri band proudly shuns the confines of genre confinements and so-called rules for the sake of the music itself and their collective creative output. Guitarist Ritchie Randall joins us to discuss the bands history , how they craft their unique sound, as well as fun collaborations with "Chewy" from VOIVOD, Curran Murphy from ANNIAHLATOR and Tommy Stewart from HALLOWS EVE. Rounding out the lineup is Travis McKenzie on vocals, Mike Jilge on bass, and Jay Willis on drums. Gravehuffer steers clear of trends and limits by being themselves and letting the music take them where it wants to go. They are now currently signed with Black Doomba Records, and are on tour  promoting their new album "NecroEclosion". https://gravehuffer.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/gravehuffer   Metal Mayhem ROC Links  https://metalmayhemroc.com/ https://metaldevastationradio.com/ https://metalmayhemroc.podbean.com https://twitter.com/MetalmayhemR https://www.facebook.com/groups/metalmayhemroc

Inwood Art Works On Air
Artist Spotlight with Joe Foley

Inwood Art Works On Air

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 28:46


Joe Foley is an award winning cinematographer who has been working in the industry for over two decades. He has shot eighteen feature films including Killing Time that premiered at Sundance and Dogs: The Rise and Fall of an All Girl Bookie Joint that premiered at Rotterdam. The last two features he completed (The Understudy and Brief Reunion) had successful runs in New York and Los Angeles and are currently available online. In addition, Joe has shot music videos and concert films with Leonard Cohen and U2, Dinosaur Jr, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The National and many others. He has a BFA in Film from NYU, and an MFA in film from Columbia University, and he has gone on to share his experience by teaching filmmaking at NYU Singapore-Tisch Asia, Barnard College, SVA, Hunter College, The New School and the University of North Carolina-Wilmington. Find out more about him and his work at www.joefoleydp.com.

(WHHR) HoodHeat Radio
Wino Wednesday - GOAT vs GOTE

(WHHR) HoodHeat Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 60:41


New Music, topic of discussion is The greatest of all time and the greatest of that era the same?

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
2022.05.04 Round Trip Special to Iraq with Dunia Aljawad

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 139:54


As broadcast May 4, 2022 with plenty of poor pronunciation and patient correction for your podcast travel experience.  Tonight we take a trip to Dunia Aljawad's homeland for the full two hours as we explore the sounds of Iraq.  We went all over the timeline and landed in Baghdad, stopping down in Basra and headed up to Mosul as well during the show while also marking some history from the US on this date to start with the spectacles on.  A brilliant selection from our resident advisor Dunia Aljawad, and an even better showcase of some of the less used areas of Danno's pronunciation (in)abilities.  Eid Mubarak as well to all who celebrated this week!Tracklisting:Part I (00:00)DEVO – Jocko HomoHassam Shakash – Oud Al batalMustafa Alabdallah & Ali Jassim & Mahmoud Al Turky - Ta'alKadim Al Saher – Lak WahshaQahtan al Attar - shkol aliekPart II (34:59)Nazem al-Ghazali - Gulli Ya Hilu  قلي ياحلو منين الله جابكSeta Hagopian - Droub el Safar (Zghayroun)Seta Hagopian – Mandal DallouniYas Khidr – TaybenAseel Hameem – Eii EntaAseel Hameem - Shkad HelwPart III (69:22)Rahma Riad - Waed MenniNarcy – Sun Ilham al-Madfai - Sharabtak El MaayRida El Abdallah - Melh Wa Al Zad   الملح والزادKadim Al Saher - Fi Madrasat Al HobPart IV (109:53)Salima Murad – Ya Nab'at AlrayhanHameed Mansour – SalamatTarah Salah Moneka – 7alti 7alaGary & Jung-in – YOUR SCENT (사람 냄새)Busker Busker – Yeosu Night Sea

Fullstack Educator
Season 3, Episode 8 PART 2: Advancement & Communications with Jan Abernathy and Marjorie Jean-Pau

Fullstack Educator

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 48:18


Welcome to the Fullstack Educator Podcast! Jan Abernathy is the Chief Communications Officer at The Browning School in New York, a K-12 all-boys school with 400 students. She is also the president of the New York City Independent School Communications Professionals, which has over 120 members throughout the tri-state area. Jan is the principal of a consulting firm and a trustee of Grace Church School. She has written for NAIS's Independent Schools Magazine on crisis communications and how schools responded to the Black@ movement. Marjorie Jean-Paul is the Chief Community Engagement Officer at Buckley Country Day School, where she heads up development, alumni relations, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. She is an experienced fundraising professional working within corporate and non-profit settings. During her professional career, she has raised support for independent schools, colleges, universities, and other non-profits. Prior to joining Buckley, Marjorie served as the Director of Development and Alumni Relations at the Waldorf School of Garden City in New York. Marjorie has extensive experience working as a philanthropic and management consultant, including as a senior director at Changing Our World, a fundraising consulting firm specializing in major fundraising campaigns and corporate philanthropy. She is a graduate of Cornell University. She also obtained a Master of Science Degree in Nonprofit Management and Organization Development from The New School. Marjorie recently completed the DEI Certification Program at Cornell University. She is also a member of the 2021 cohort of the NYSAIS Justice, Equity, Diversity Institute, a year-long program for administrators at independent schools. Here are links to the resources mentioned in PART 2 of our conversation with Jan Abernathy & Marjorie Jean-Paul about advancement and communications. Connect with Jan and Marjorie, and learn more about the Black Advancement Networking Group (BANG) here. Book: Subtle Acts of Exclusion by Tiffany Jana Organization: GirlTrek Contact Marjorie at marjorie.p.jeanpaul@gmail.com Book: The Sum of Us by Heather McGhee Podcast: Southlake Contact Jan at jabernathy@browning.edu You can connect with Matt McGee and Michael Lomuscio on LinkedIn. You can follow Fullstack Educator on Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. If you enjoyed this podcast please subscribe, rate it, leave a review, and share it with a friend! Episodes of this podcast are released monthly.

Chicago Psychology Podcast
Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy with Jonathan Sabbagh of Journey Clinical

Chicago Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 54:30


Journey Clinical is on a mission to address the growing mental health crisis by unlocking access to legal, evidence-based Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapies (PAP) across the United States. Journey Clinical has built a turnkey telehealth platform that enables licensed mental health professionals to expand their practice, starting with Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP). Their novel decentralized clinic model provides member psychotherapists with unprecedented access to a KAP-trained medical team, as well as a robust care management platform designed to deliver personalized treatment plans for enhanced clinical outcomes. Over 1M+ licensed mental health professionals in the U.S. now have access to transformative psychedelic therapies to augment their practice and significantly improve patient outcomes. Jonathan Sabbagh is the Co-Founder and CEO of Journey Clinical, the leading telehealth platform for licensed psychotherapists in the US to expand their practice with transformative psychedelic therapies. A serial entrepreneur, Jonathan built his career in finance, spending over two decades working for hedge funds in Switzerland and NYC. After receiving a difficult diagnosis of PTSD and extreme burnout, Jonathan left the world of finance to focus on his mental health. During this period, he experienced firsthand the transformative benefits of psychedelic therapies, particularly plant medicine and Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP), which transformed his condition and inspired him to begin formal studies to become a clinical psychotherapist. Jonathan's personal breakthroughs with psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, as well as his research studies at The New School motivated Jonathan to expand access to safe, effective psychedelic therapy for all. The result was the founding of Journey Clinical in 2020, a novel decentralized clinic mode for clinical psychotherapists that provides unprecedented access to KAP for their patients, giving over 1M+ licensed mental health professionals in the U.S. access to transformative psychedelic therapies to augment their practice and significantly improve patient lives.Jonathan and Dr. Hoye discusses his journey from the work of finance to the world of mental health and psychedelically assisted psychotherapy. This is an interesting voyage of transformation and healing, and we trust you will enjoy the conversation. To learn more and sign up for the Journey Clinical membership, please visit their website: www.JourneyClinical.com/Join-UsThe Psychology Talk Podcast is a unique conversation about psychology around the globe. Your host Dr. Scott Hoye talk about psychology with mental health practitioners and experts to keep you informed about issues and trends in the industry.https://psych-talk.com https://www.instagram.com/psychtalkpodcast/

Steve Maxwell Drums
Episode 23 - Matt Wilson

Steve Maxwell Drums

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 71:15


Steve Maxwell Jr. sits down with Matt Wilson to talk Jazz, Craviotto, the New School, and Touring!

Teachers Like Us
Old School vs. New School

Teachers Like Us

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 34:30


Do teachers that focus on building relationships find it difficult to create boundaries? Should note taking periods be abandoned? Do "Pinterest Teachers" lack the ability to actually teach?  These questions and more are answered as Alyssa and Andre unpack the differences between old and new school teaching practises.

Everything Co-op with Vernon Oakes
Stacey Sutton discusses the Ideology of Black-led Co-ops & the Solidarity Economy Ecosystem

Everything Co-op with Vernon Oakes

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 49:03


Professor Stacey Sutton discusses the Ideology of Black-led Cooperatives and the Solidarity Economy Ecosystem. The discussion focused on discussion will focus on Sutton's research study "Real Black Utopias," a cooperative city research study, where she examines the infrastructure and ideology of Black-led cooperatives and solidarity economy ecosystem in multiple cities. Stacey Sutton partners with grassroots and community organizations committed to racial and economic justice, equitable development, anti-displacement, participatory democracy, and cooperative economics. Her scholarship and teaching are in community economic development, with a central focus on racial and economic justice; economic democracy and worker-owned cooperatives; movement building and the solidarity economy; gentrification and dispossession; neighborhood small business dynamics; and disparate effects of punitive policy. Sutton has led APA award-winning student projects for the Plan Making Studio and co-developed feasibility studies for community partners in her Solidarity Economy course. She served as the principal investigator of a Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar (entitled Urban Edges – Dreams, Divisions, and Infrastructures: Comparative Cross-Disciplinary Dialogues about 21st Century American Cities) that brought together leaders within and beyond the academy to advance visions of more just and equitable cities. Sutton has supported the work of numerous community organizations in Chicago and was appointed to the Community Wealth Building Working Group, Office of Equity and Racial Justice in the City of Chicago's Office of the Mayor. Sutton received a BA from Loyola University in Baltimore, an MBA from New York University, an MS from the New School for Social Research in New York, and a joint Ph.D. in Urban Planning and Sociology from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ.

B Dorm Podcast
(Just Like) Music. Progress, Change and Resisting New Shit. Old School vs New School - Why Pick One? Don's Dystopian Decision: Pick Three Albums.

B Dorm Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 66:05


This episode asks what seems to be a simple question, “What does it mean to be progressive?” And while the answer for many people seems to be simple, when the perspective is changed, things get more complicated very quickly. It's the kind of question that B Dorm was built for. And an important part of the foundation that B Dorm is built on, is a love of hip hop and R&B. So in 2001 when Erick Sermon dropped (Just Like) Music it was the perfect blend, mixing the silky smooth sound of Marvin Gaye with the modern, raw sound of hip hop. It's a timeless jam and just one of many from what a lot of people consider the best time ever for hip hop. And as much as we love the old school jams, your hosts Don Elivert and Jehriko Turner ask the important question, has our love of hip hop continued to evolve too? Are too many people stuck on old jams and dismissing the new artists the same way the old heads dissed hip hop when we were coming up? It's an easy argument to fall into. The 1990s and early 2000s gave us BIGGIE, Nas, Wu Tang, Tupac and Dre. Jay Z, DMX and Snoop. But the current crop is every bit as talented with J Cole, Chance, Future and Lil Nas X pushing the art forward. So why don't they get the love? Why do so many people seem to think that hip hop hasn't evolved and gotten better? Has it? Has it progressed?  And speaking of progress, we've all got to do better when it comes to recycling and taking care of the environment. We just had Earth Day, but that's not enough. And unless you're Bezos or Elon, you're stuck here on Earth with the rest of us, so clean up after yourself. If you can make every day 4/20, you can make every day Earth Day.  It's a fun conversation and it's an important and interesting theme. What does it mean to be progressive? Does anyone ever think that they are regressive? Doesn't everyone think they are progressive in some ways? This is what it's all about. A smart, fun, educated conversation that doesn't take itself too seriously. This is the B Dorm podcast. Pour yourself something. #drinksexy.  Every episode of The B Dorm Podcast is an entertaining and thought provoking experience that will make you laugh, and make you feel. That's what B Dorm is all about. We hope you enjoy the ride. And while you're at it, go ahead and give us five stars and subscribe at bpod.us. Questions, comments or just something to share? Send it to us at info@righteous.us and be sure to visit bdorm.us for videos, B Dorm merch and more great content. And if you like what you're hearing, jump on over to patreon.com/bdorm and join our Patreon crew and support the show. Every bit helps and the whole team  really appreciates your support.  The B Dorm Podcast is bringing the power of the Righteous Media 5 I's: Independence, Integrity, Information, Inspiration and impact.  You can also watch a video of this entire episode here. The B Dorm Podcast connects, informs and inspires--and is powered by Righteous Media. On social media @bdormpod or visit www.BDorm.us. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

JAF Project Podcast
Counterparts - Camila Meza - April 28th 2022

JAF Project Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 54:40


We have a special Thursday show! We are so excited to have the amazing Camila Meza on the show! https://camilameza.com/home Meza is musically inspired by jazz guitarists like George Benson and Pat Metheny as well as being influenced by South American music and folk, she first studied with Jorge Vidal and Jorge Díaz. Increasingly oriented to Claudia Acuña from the mid-2000s she worked on the jazz scene of her hometown, where her first recording Giovanni Cultrera, Espinoza y Cia (Navidad en Jazz) was released in 2005. In 2007 she presented her debut album Skylark (Stateside). In 2009 Meza moved to New York to study guitar at The New School with Peter Bernstein, Vic Juris and Steve Cardenas. Since then she also has worked on the New York jazz scene with Ryan Keberle (Into the Zone, 2014), Lucas Pino, Fabian Almazan and directs her own jazz octet, The Nectar Orchestra. She recorded for Sunnyside Records the album Traces (2016, with Shai Maestro, Matt Penman, Kendrick Scott, Bashiri Johnson, Jody Redhage, Sachal Vasandani), sings Spanish and English, and won two Independent Music Awards as the Best Adult Contemporary Album and Best Latin Song ("Para Volar"). Also on the albums Find the Common, Shine a Light by Ryan Keberle and Sounds from the Deep Field by Bryan Copeland she seemed outstanding in the opinion of the critics. As a singer she can also be heard on Carolina Calvache's Ballad "La Última Vez". In 2017 the Camila Meza Quartet performed at the Festival Jazzahead. The following year she brought Gina Schwarz as part of her Pannonica project, Porgy & Bess in Vienna. Meza was nominated in the category of guitarist and female singer as a Rising Star in the critics poll of the Down Beat in 2018 Nate Chinen described Meza's vocals as "an appealing combination of lightness and depth, that sings with a bright, clear voice against the agile uproar of a world-class band." in The New York Times. The discographer Tom Lord lists them between 2005 and 2015 with participation in eight recording sessions. Wany more information on our show? Visit www.counterpartsshow.com We thank you for the amazing response to our show! John & George

Unregistered with Thaddeus Russell
New Course: The History Of NATO with Scott Ritter *Teaser*

Unregistered with Thaddeus Russell

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 0:40


Available at patreon.com/unregistered and thaddeusrussell.com/courses/nato. As Russians and Ukrainians are fighting and dying over the existence of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)—the military alliance established at the beginning of the Cold War to “keep the Russians out, the Americans in, and the Germans down”—in this live interactive webinar Scott Ritter and Thaddeus Russell will place the war in context through an analysis of the founding, operations, and rapid expansion of the organization that became "Putin's worst nightmare." The webinar will include a presentation and Q&A with Scott Ritter on May 2 and a discussion led by Thaddeus Russell on May 9. Scott Ritter served as a Marine intelligence officer in the former Soviet Union, implementing arms control agreements, and on the staff of General Norman Schwartzkopf during the Gulf War, where he played a central role in the hunt for Iraqi SCUD missiles. From 1991 until 1998, he served as a Chief Inspector for the United Nations in Iraq, leading the search for Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, and was one of the most prominent critics of the American decision to go to war with Iraq. Ritter rose to fame for correctly insisting that Iraq had no significant weapons of mass destruction when the Bush administration claimed otherwise. He has published eight books, including most recently Scorpion King: America's Suicidal Embrace of Nuclear Weapons from FDR to Trump. Thaddeus Russell is the founder of Unregistered Academy, host of the Unregistered podcast, and author of a Renegade History of the United States. He received his PhD in United States history from Columbia University and taught history and international relations at Columbia, Barnard College, The New School for Social Research, and Occidental College. He is completing a history of American relations with the world for Grove Atlantic. Schedule Monday May 2 7:00 PM Eastern Russia, Ukraine, the United States, and the history of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Presentation and Q&A with Scott Ritter Monday May 9 7:00 PM Eastern The war in Ukraine and the politics of NATO expansion Q&A and discussion with Thaddeus Russell

(WHHR) HoodHeat Radio
Wino Wednesday

(WHHR) HoodHeat Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 62:04


New School and Ol new School. Topic of Discussion is Should Being A Woman Mean You can Be A Mom

Good Morning, RVA!
Good morning, RVA: More on School Board, a new school reporter, and the Pulse's last stop

Good Morning, RVA!

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022


You need to watch the video from this past Monday's School Board meeting.

SharkPreneur
796: Why Your Business Needs Branded Video Content with Zack Slingsby

SharkPreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 19:10


796: Why Your Business Needs Branded Video Content , Zack Slingsby, Human Factor Media Why Your Business Needs Branded Video Content Zack Slingsby, Human Factor Media – The Sharkpreneur podcast with Seth Greene Episode 796 Zack Slingsby Zachary Slingsby is a writer, short film creator, and founder of Human Factor Media, an award-winning branded storytelling company that has worked with leading brands and publishers to create videos people actually want to watch. Zack graduated from Fordham University, received his MFA from the New School and has published in several creative and industry publications. He believes the ingredient that makes a literary story great is the same that makes for a great video. His company is based between Nashville, where he lives, and New York City, collaborating with brands to create stories and films instead of ads and interruptions. Listen to this illuminating Sharkpreneur episode with Zack Slingsby about why your business needs branded video content. Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week's show: - Why sophisticated branded narratives are a good avenue for storytelling. - How branded content is any content that isn't overtly trying to make a sale - How branded content can be a show or a documentary, it isn't limited to a short video. - Why you want your branded content to be something that connects with clients outside of the sales process. - How you want to have content that resonates with your clients and provides value. Connect with Zack: Guest Contact Info Instagram @humanfactormedia Facebook facebook.com/TheHumanFactorMEDIA LinkedIn linkedin.com/company/human-factor-media Links Mentioned: humanfactormedia.co Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Conscious Chatter with Kestrel Jenkins
S06 Episode 269 | Ngozi Okaro of Custom Collaborative on fashion cooperatives & how they can shift power dynamics, counter overproduction, and support local economies

Conscious Chatter with Kestrel Jenkins

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 38:55


In episode 269, Kestrel welcomes Ngozi Okaro, the founder and executive director of Custom Collaborative, to the show. Custom Collaborative trains, mentors, and advocates for and with no/low-income and immigrant women to build the skills necessary to achieve economic success in the sustainable fashion industry and broader society. “I think that if workers owned the business, if the people who are actually putting in the labor are also owners, then they're less inclined to overproduce, because it's just their time and their resources that they're wasting. So, I think that cooperative is important for both local economies, I think also for the environment and also for human rights.” -Ngozi This week, we are talking about cooperatives, and the ways that worker-led fashion production can truly shake up the industry.  Power dynamics are a topic that comes up a lot on the show – and something that was discussed in depth throughout The Root, the 6-part series co-produced and hosted by Dominique Drakeford. Conversations around the distribution of power within the fashion space are imperative, but in the mainstream space, they often lead back to this assumption that well, we exist within a capitalistic system, and this is how the fashion system works, so we have to work within it.  Ok – yes, agreed that we must work within it to transform the way that big business is operating – through advocating for transformation and through regulation. But also – I'm super interested in the ways in which alternative business models can literally showcase in practice the ways in which other frameworks work. This week's guest is the founder and executive director of an organization that is building alternative models – in her case, through a New York-based worker-led cooperative. As she reminds us, cooperative ownership can actually counter overproduction – so it's not simply a model that is important for human rights, it's also a framework that can address the industry's waste issues and support local economies. Quotes & links from the conversation: Dennis Derryck, Professor at The New School, who has become a mentor to Ngozi “So, for us, cooperative is good because workers are owners — they can make the desicisions and share equity. And secondarily, it's helpful because if there are people who don't have work authorization, cooperative owners are legally able to work in the U.S.” -Ngozi (18:04) “How Employee-Owned Fashion Co-Ops Are Challenging Sweatshop Production”, article in The Good Trade Kestrel mentions “People who work in worker cooperatives generally have greater satisfaction, the businesses have more insights because people who are actually doing the work feel like they can bring to light ideas, they can make suggestions for making the business better.” -Ngozi (20:52) Opportunity Threads, a worker cooperative in North Carolina that Ngozi spoke to early in Custom Collaborative's development “I think that if workers owned the business, if the people who are actually putting in the labor are also owners, then they're less inclined to overproduce, because it's just their time and their resources that they're wasting. So, I think that cooperative is important for both local economies, I think also for the environment and also for human rights.” -Ngozi (25:24) “Where fashion is failing women, and where it's showing up”, article in Vogue Business which features quotes from Ngozi “It's great to acknowledge women and to celebrate them, but I do think it's a year round thing — it's not just March 8th or the month of March. It's really about including women in decision making and centering women when we're thinking about what to do next with a company.” (29:29) “When Custom Collaborative started in 2016, and even when I was planning in 2014 and ‘15, I didn't hear anybody talking about human rights and fair wages being part of sustainability. And I remember when I used to talk about it on panels and in interviews and just with people in general, a lot of times people would look at my oddly like I didn't know what I was talking about. But I feel like now in 2022, it's more a part of the conversation.” -Ngozi (33:21) An interview with Ngozi for the CFDA An interview with Ngozi for Musings Magazine Custom Collaborative Donate To Custom Collaborative > Follow Custom Collaborative on Instagram >

Beyond the Buckets Show with Chris McSwain
#114. Sam Piraro Returns to talk Old School vs. New School Coaching

Beyond the Buckets Show with Chris McSwain

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 59:47


Coach Sam Piraro has over 800 wins as a Division 1 Baseball Coach over a 25 year span.  Coach Piraro has developed a mindset to attack every day with enthusiasm, passion & grace.  These are also values he used in his coaching profession.  Coach Piraro is a master at developing culture, finding a way to win no matter the circumstances and cultivating a winner's mindset during tough times.  His theories were put to the ultimate test when he was diagnosed with a rare cancer in 2002, Multiple Myeloma… Which has a very low success rate for those diagnosed…  Coach Piraro's Email: coachp18@sbcglobal.net   Out now on all podcast platforms! #podcast #beyondthebuckets #show #basketball #coach #life #lifestyle #coaching #entrepreneur #business #ceo #lifecoach #mentalperformance #YouTube http://ow.ly/3kdI30qOSc6  #Applehttp://ow.ly/cAeV30qOSc8  #Spotify http://ow.ly/7EIe30qOSc9 

Trending In Education
Innovation at Parsons School of Design with Debbie Gibb

Trending In Education

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 30:55


Debbie Gibb is the Senior Managing Director of N Ventures at the New School for Social Research where she leads a team that's expanding access to Parsons School of Design. She joins host Mike Palmer in an exploration of her perspectives on innovation, partnerships, leadership, and higher education. Debbie tells her origin story and describes the innovation projects she leads that span online courses with companies like Coursera, 42 Courses, Future Learn and Yellow Brick to licensing deals to partnerships in K12 like their recent work with the City of Newark to launch Newark School of Fashion and Design. We look for lessons learned from Debbie's experiences at American Express and more recently at the New School as she provides advice and perspectives on the shifting world of work and the risks and opportunities facing the field of education in these transformative times. Subscribe to Trending in Education wherever you get your podcasts. Visit us at TrendinginEd.com for more incisive takes on the future of education.

(WHHR) HoodHeat Radio

Wino Wednesday Topic of Discussion: Is it Fair they moved on and are you the reason you're unhappy?

The Katie Halper Show
Richard Wolff on Ukraine, Sanctions & War

The Katie Halper Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 39:55


Listen to the patreon-only interview here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/prof-richard-65362957 Economist Richard Wolff talks about Ukraine, Russia, sanctions, and why this moment is similar to World War One. Richard Wolff is the host of #EconomicUpdate, Professor of Economics Emeritus at @UMassAmherst, visiting professor at The New School, founder of @democracyatwrk and the author of several books including Democracy at Work, Understanding Marxism, and Capitalism Hits the Fan: The Global Economic Meltdown and What to Do About It. He's been called "America's most prominent Marxist economist" by The New York Times.

Stories of Our City
220: The New Skool

Stories of Our City

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 16:38


Hip-hop is more than a genre of popular music; it's a global culture and lifestyle. Having left its mark across the globe in the last several decades, no place has been untouched—not even the farthest islands. Ireland is no exception. Irish native Stevie G, both a music and radio DJ and one of the many worldwide influenced by this global phenomenon, has taken up the mantle of passing the history and culture of hip-hop on to the next generation. Listen as he shares his passion for sharing the knowledge and values of hip-hop culture with today's youth in Ireland and beyond.

Disrupt Education
222 - Plotting Plots - The Intersection of Reading and Data

Disrupt Education

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 32:28


Tom Liam Lynch is Director of Education Policy at the Center for New York City Affairs at The New School and Editor-in-Chief of InsideSchools. A former educational technology professor, English teacher, and school district official for the New York City Department of Education, Dr. Lynch led the implementation of a $50M online learning program in over 100 schools called iLearnNYC. He then architected and drove the implementation of WeTeachNYC, a $6.8M digital resource repository, learning environment, and blended learning program for the city's 80,000 teachers. Dr. Lynch researches the relationship between software theory, literacy, and education reform. He has written dozens of articles and presented the world over on educational technologies, school reform, new literacies, and K-12 computer science. We talk about "computationality" and his website www.plottingplots.com for book lovers who like data. Whether you are an English teacher, professor, student, or run-of-the-mill bibliophile, Plotting Plots can help you explore ways to use data and technology to deepen the joy of reading. The Disrupt Education Podcast is a proud member of The EdUp Experience Podcast Network #rebelteachernetwork Check out our sponsors below Trust Based Observations With current methods of teacher evaluations not improving teaching and learning it's time for a change. With a frightening teacher shortage looming, we need teachers to stay and we need to really improve teaching and learning we have to transform the way we observe and evaluate teachers. Trust-Based Observations provides that transformative change. You see, we understand that first and foremost we're in a people business. And as such, we have to create conditions most conducive to learning. We do that by using the observation process to: Build meaningful differentiated trusting relationships with each teacher; Develop safe spaces where empowered teachers embrace taking risks to grow practice because they know they're supported; Create schoolwide cultures of trust where, as Hattie describes Trust-Based Observations, "Demonstrating collective teacher efficacy in action" is the norm. The result: improved teaching and learning and workplaces where teachers want to stay! Head to www.trustbased.com eLearning Partners Need help starting your eLearning courses or training? Get INSTANT access to the FREE MasterClass: “Create and Launch a Successful eLearning Program, Online Course, or Virtual Training” where you will learn the biggest mistake most people make with eLearning, the #1 reason most eLearning programs fail, the 3 Pillars to create extraordinary value for your learners every time, and much more! Hit the link and get instant access to the free MasterClass today —> https://www.e-learningpartners.com/a/2147499455/SH7oznjY spikeview You are more than a grade and test score. Colleges, internships, jobs, any opportunity needs to see that! Head to www.spikeview.com and build your portfolio for FREE and start heading towards your dreams today! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/disrupt-educ/support

New Books Network
Nandita Sharma, "Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 67:14


In today's program, we speak to Nandita Sharma, activist scholar and Professor of Sociology at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. We talk about Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants (Duke University Press, 2020). In Home Rule, Sharma brilliantly traces the "historical formation and political separation of Natives and Migrants from the nineteenth century to the present to theorize the portrayal of Migrants as 'colonial invaders.'" She theorizes the Postcolonial New World Order of nation-states wherein the category of the Native (initially referred to as such to demarcate colonized status) has been revitalized and claims to autochthony have become the basis of "true national belonging." In consequence, migrants have been facing exclusion, expulsion, and even extermination. The hardening of nationalisms in the Postcolonial New World Order has contained demands for decolonization, leaving their potential unfulfilled. Sharma forcefully and convincingly shows that the only way forward is by building a common wherein the ruling categories of Native and Migrant are dissolved. Jochen Schmon is a PhD Student in Politics at the New School for Social Research. You can reach him on Twitter @JohenShmon. Deren Ertas is a PhD Candidate in the joint program in History and Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University. You can reach her own Twitter @drnrts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Nandita Sharma, "Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 67:14


In today's program, we speak to Nandita Sharma, activist scholar and Professor of Sociology at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. We talk about Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants (Duke University Press, 2020). In Home Rule, Sharma brilliantly traces the "historical formation and political separation of Natives and Migrants from the nineteenth century to the present to theorize the portrayal of Migrants as 'colonial invaders.'" She theorizes the Postcolonial New World Order of nation-states wherein the category of the Native (initially referred to as such to demarcate colonized status) has been revitalized and claims to autochthony have become the basis of "true national belonging." In consequence, migrants have been facing exclusion, expulsion, and even extermination. The hardening of nationalisms in the Postcolonial New World Order has contained demands for decolonization, leaving their potential unfulfilled. Sharma forcefully and convincingly shows that the only way forward is by building a common wherein the ruling categories of Native and Migrant are dissolved. Jochen Schmon is a PhD Student in Politics at the New School for Social Research. You can reach him on Twitter @JohenShmon. Deren Ertas is a PhD Candidate in the joint program in History and Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University. You can reach her own Twitter @drnrts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Sociology
Nandita Sharma, "Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 67:14


In today's program, we speak to Nandita Sharma, activist scholar and Professor of Sociology at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. We talk about Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants (Duke University Press, 2020). In Home Rule, Sharma brilliantly traces the "historical formation and political separation of Natives and Migrants from the nineteenth century to the present to theorize the portrayal of Migrants as 'colonial invaders.'" She theorizes the Postcolonial New World Order of nation-states wherein the category of the Native (initially referred to as such to demarcate colonized status) has been revitalized and claims to autochthony have become the basis of "true national belonging." In consequence, migrants have been facing exclusion, expulsion, and even extermination. The hardening of nationalisms in the Postcolonial New World Order has contained demands for decolonization, leaving their potential unfulfilled. Sharma forcefully and convincingly shows that the only way forward is by building a common wherein the ruling categories of Native and Migrant are dissolved. Jochen Schmon is a PhD Student in Politics at the New School for Social Research. You can reach him on Twitter @JohenShmon. Deren Ertas is a PhD Candidate in the joint program in History and Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University. You can reach her own Twitter @drnrts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Political Science
Nandita Sharma, "Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 67:14


In today's program, we speak to Nandita Sharma, activist scholar and Professor of Sociology at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. We talk about Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants (Duke University Press, 2020). In Home Rule, Sharma brilliantly traces the "historical formation and political separation of Natives and Migrants from the nineteenth century to the present to theorize the portrayal of Migrants as 'colonial invaders.'" She theorizes the Postcolonial New World Order of nation-states wherein the category of the Native (initially referred to as such to demarcate colonized status) has been revitalized and claims to autochthony have become the basis of "true national belonging." In consequence, migrants have been facing exclusion, expulsion, and even extermination. The hardening of nationalisms in the Postcolonial New World Order has contained demands for decolonization, leaving their potential unfulfilled. Sharma forcefully and convincingly shows that the only way forward is by building a common wherein the ruling categories of Native and Migrant are dissolved. Jochen Schmon is a PhD Student in Politics at the New School for Social Research. You can reach him on Twitter @JohenShmon. Deren Ertas is a PhD Candidate in the joint program in History and Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University. You can reach her own Twitter @drnrts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in Critical Theory
Nandita Sharma, "Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 67:14


In today's program, we speak to Nandita Sharma, activist scholar and Professor of Sociology at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. We talk about Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants (Duke University Press, 2020). In Home Rule, Sharma brilliantly traces the "historical formation and political separation of Natives and Migrants from the nineteenth century to the present to theorize the portrayal of Migrants as 'colonial invaders.'" She theorizes the Postcolonial New World Order of nation-states wherein the category of the Native (initially referred to as such to demarcate colonized status) has been revitalized and claims to autochthony have become the basis of "true national belonging." In consequence, migrants have been facing exclusion, expulsion, and even extermination. The hardening of nationalisms in the Postcolonial New World Order has contained demands for decolonization, leaving their potential unfulfilled. Sharma forcefully and convincingly shows that the only way forward is by building a common wherein the ruling categories of Native and Migrant are dissolved. Jochen Schmon is a PhD Student in Politics at the New School for Social Research. You can reach him on Twitter @JohenShmon. Deren Ertas is a PhD Candidate in the joint program in History and Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University. You can reach her own Twitter @drnrts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books in World Affairs
Nandita Sharma, "Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books in World Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 67:14


In today's program, we speak to Nandita Sharma, activist scholar and Professor of Sociology at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. We talk about Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants (Duke University Press, 2020). In Home Rule, Sharma brilliantly traces the "historical formation and political separation of Natives and Migrants from the nineteenth century to the present to theorize the portrayal of Migrants as 'colonial invaders.'" She theorizes the Postcolonial New World Order of nation-states wherein the category of the Native (initially referred to as such to demarcate colonized status) has been revitalized and claims to autochthony have become the basis of "true national belonging." In consequence, migrants have been facing exclusion, expulsion, and even extermination. The hardening of nationalisms in the Postcolonial New World Order has contained demands for decolonization, leaving their potential unfulfilled. Sharma forcefully and convincingly shows that the only way forward is by building a common wherein the ruling categories of Native and Migrant are dissolved. Jochen Schmon is a PhD Student in Politics at the New School for Social Research. You can reach him on Twitter @JohenShmon. Deren Ertas is a PhD Candidate in the joint program in History and Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University. You can reach her own Twitter @drnrts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs