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Co-hosts Brianna Lennon, county clerk in Boone County, Missouri and Eric Fey, director of elections in St. Louis County, Missouri, talk to subject-matter elections experts and local election administrators to ask the questions that are most meaningful to their work and talk with colleagues about how to best approach issues like voter education, cybersecurity, and integrity.
 
Look closely at almost anything and you’ll find data—lots of it. But when you push past the calculations, what are all those numbers really saying about who we are and what we believe? CNN’s Harry Enten is on a mission to find out. This season on Margins of Error, Harry looks at why belief in ghosts is on the rise, the case for letting states decide whether to acknowledge Daylight Saving Time, and why human composting—not cremation—may be the answer to a climate friendly death.
 
Welcome to From the Margins to the Center, an original House of Pod production that unapologetically amplifies voices of marginalized folks. In this first short-run season we highlight women of color podcasters here in our home state of Colorado. These incredible humans will share their best stories, biggest moments on the mic, and a glimpse into their experiences within the audio industry.
 
Achieving equality in higher education. The stakes have never been higher. The issues never more complex. Who graduates, and why? Who is getting hired as faculty and what is their experience? In each episode, we will look at issues surrounding students, faculty, diversity and inclusion, and skyrocketing college costs. From critical conversation to news, numbers, and analysis — we’ve got you covered. You can count on Diverse’s In The Margins to bring you the latest, most relevant thought lead ...
 
From the storytellers of old, sat around a blazing fire sharing the superstar heroics of the day to the 30 second video you watch on your smart phone, stories entertain, teach, and comfort.We know this. But somewhere along the timeline of global life, someone decided some stories were more important than others. No voice should ever be marginalised. Our podcasts and blogs share the stories, the journeys and the words of writers from diverse walks of life.
 
From the Margins is a podcast that explores the story behind the story in publishing—laying bare the many facets of the process that don’t make it onto the page. Host Devon Fredericksen of global editorial and book production agency Girl Friday Productions lifts the veil on the bookmaking industry with themes such as parenting while writing, building legendary characters, truth vs. fact, and gender in publishing. Whether it’s Carine McCandless giving the real scoop behind Into the Wild, or a ...
 
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Life In The Margins

Tiffany and Michael Hargrave

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We are... + millenial parents + an interracial couple + recovering fundamentalists + political progressives + creative entrepreneurs + thinkers and talkers + readers of good books + lovers of great podcasts + eaters of delicious food + small apartment dwellers We went on our first date hoping we would have enough to talk about. That was over 10 years ago, and we haven't shut up yet! We figured it was time to start recording our long conversations and share them with everyone else. We live li ...
 
Get inspired! Produced by tatestreeet.org, “In the Margins” is a biweekly dialogue with Abigail Browning and special guests about the creative process of writing, publishing, and the inside knowledge of the literary world. Listeners of all skills, backgrounds, and interests are invited to share in the conversation with editors, writers, and creative minds. Tate Street is an organization that follows and decodes writing trends in the literary industry. Visit us online at tatestreeet.org for i ...
 
We publish podcasts and articles about the preparation of top-performing athletes from around the world. We ask the questions that reveal the fine margins that have allowed them to succeed. Whether it’s understanding what drives them, their routines, mental preparation, approach to goal setting or simply their diet; we’re dedicated to achieving one thing: ‘To learn what it takes to perform at the highest level.’ Our members receive one, weekly email introducing them to an athlete, their secr ...
 
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Michelle Jackson talks to us about her award-winning episode, A Candid Conversation about Race in America. We talk about racism and uprisings, editorial choices and recognition, and Michelle inspires us to make our own spaces at the table as creators of color. This episode includes tape from Michelle is Money Hungry Follow Michelle on Twitter and I…
 
In this episode of In The Margins, we meet Dr. Quintin Bullock, president of Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC). Continuing our focus on institutions doing transformative work in diversity and inclusion in higher education, host Ralph Newell and Dr. Bullock discuss the importance of leadership and having those critical conversations when …
 
While we don't have much say about how we come into this world, we can certainly plan for what happens to us after we leave. Turns out death is a big business and there's a trend on the rise: cremation over burial. Harry asks what's behind the shift and the implications for all eternity. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit …
 
Learn more about Professor Sylvia Rich here. Additional readings & ressources Click here to access the private bill Senator Pate introduced relating to Mandatory Minimum Penalties (S-207). Click here to access the fact sheet on Mandatory Minimums introduced by Senator Pate. Sylvia Rich (2016). Corporate Criminals and Punishment Theory. Canadian Jou…
 
In this episode, Alejandra Ruiz of the Youth Engagement Fund (YEF) joins us to discuss the voting power of people of color. She reflects on the organizing wins of the 2020 election and how YEF is building on that momentum to fight back against new voter suppression laws that have recently been enacted in battleground states. Learn more about YEF's …
 
Natasha Pepperl joins us to share her journey in producing the missing podcast--one that she needed to hear as a woman of color and first time foster parent. As a 2020 graduate of the AMPed podcast incubator for women of color, Natasha began this show during the pandemic. Along with her sister Rachel, Natasha has moved beyond the microphone to buil…
 
Sara Blanchard joins us today to share the "why" behind Dear White Women (DWW) podcast and inspires us to be heart-led as we deepen our commitment to social justice and anti-racist action. Listen to hear Sara’s personal story of reclamation as a biracial Japanese woman. This episode includes tape from Dear White Women Podcast listen & subscribe her…
 
In this episode of In the Margins, our two guests discuss the rise of the community college baccalaureate. Led by our host David Pluviose, Drs. Angela Kersenbrock and Debra Bragg discuss this unique and fast-growing segment of higher education. As president of the Community College Baccalaureate Association and professor of higher education, respec…
 
Jo Ann Allen joins us for our first episode of From the Margins to the Center. Jo Ann is the creator and host of Been There Done That, the show that tells the real life stories of the Baby Boom Generation. In this episode, we talk about the benefits of podcasting as an audio companion, creating a platform, and an invitation to bring ourselves into …
 
Your host, David Pluviose, catches up with longtime colleague Dr. Katrice Albert as she embarks on a new role as the Vice President for Institutional Diversity at the University of Kentucky (UK). In this episode, David and Dr. Albert discuss access and opportunity in higher education, from student attraction to faculty recruitment and even alignmen…
 
In this very special episode of Out Of The Margins, we discuss the Visionary Freedom Fund (VFF), an initiative launched by the Andrus Family Fund. We speak with members of VFF's Power Table, including one of its youth leaders, to learn about the importance of funding youth-led organizing, the grantmaking process and lessons learned along the way in…
 
This is From the Margins to the Center, an original production from House of Pod that unapologetically amplifies voices of marginalized folks. We want to build a better world through better listening. In this prologue to the show, Rebecca Mendoza Nunziato and Jeanette Harris-Courts share origin stories, industry critiques, and their hopes and dream…
 
In this episode, your host Dr. Jamal Watson sits down with Dr. Michael H. Gavin, newly appointed president of Delta College, to discuss his new book The New White Nationalism in Politics and Higher Education. Tune in as Dr. Gavin reveals the influence of white nationalism not only in politics, but in higher education, and the need to challenge poli…
 
Do you believe in ghosts? Turns out a lot of people do in this country … more than 45% of us. That's up almost 400% in the last 40 years! So what happened? Harry Enten digs into the numbers behind the paranormal and whether the uptick has anything to do with a certain 1980s hit movie. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn…
 
In this episode, Juniperangelica (Gia) Cordova of the Transgender Law Center explains how the organization manifests change through its organizing and advocacy work. She discusses the unique challenges trans youth face, how the trans rights movement intersects with other social justice movements, the importance of building intergenerational power a…
 
Join host Ralph Newell as he talks one-on-one with Keshia Walker, founder and chairwoman of the Black Collegiate Gaming Association, about the rise of eSports in intercollegiate athletics and what can be done to diversify the industry. With the rise of eSports as a billion-dollar industry, one must ask about the clear lack of diversity in this rapi…
 
Direct from the Election Center's Annual National Conference, Dr. Kathleen Hale and Dr. Mitchell Brown (Election Center, Auburn University) join Brianna and Eric for a conversation about Election Center, professionalization of the elections administration community, and opportunities for innovation and education.…
 
Meet Dr. Jessica Williams, the director of Every Learner Everywhere, a network that helps institutions of higher education implement innovative teaching and learning practices with a focus on increasing the success of underserved students. Tune in as we take a deep dive into her organization’s emphasis on digital courseware, their latest guide, as …
 
W. David Marx and I talk about his book Ametora, Japanese culture, and books in translation. Full transcript is available online: https://craigmod.com/onmargins/s02e03/ Noted: Ametora: How Japan Saved American Fashion AMETORA(アメトラ) 日本がアメリカンスタイルを救った物語 Néojaponisme @wdavidmarx on Twitter A Bathing Ape Takes a Final Bath Brift H shoe shine master Davi…
 
We continue our series that unpacks what it takes to manifest change. In this episode, we hear from Monica Cordova, Co-Executive Director of Funders' Collaborative on Youth Organizing (FCYO). She discusses the power of youth organizing and why it's critical for philanthropy to support it "in big ways." Plus, we take a look at the field of youth org…
 
In this episode, your host David Pluviose talks with University of Pittsburgh administrator and interdisciplinary researcher Dr. Leigh Patel. Join their insightful conversation as they discuss the genesis of her new book, No Study Without Struggle: Confronting Settler Colonialism in Higher Education, and dive into her rich perspective on the histor…
 
In this podcast interview, your host Dr. Jamal Watson is joined by Drs. Curtis Byrd and Rihana S. Mason to talk about innovative ways to diversify the professoriate. Tune in to discover what some of the best practices are as they look at numerous initiatives that have been rolled out over the years. They also talk about their recent book project, A…
 
In odd-numbered years, August and November are reserved for special elections in Missouri. This year, St. Louis County had a small county election (just over 8% turnout), but many counties did not (including Boone County) so we took the opportunity to observe and learn. It also gave us the chance to ask some pressing questions to employees from fou…
 
We kick off a new series that unpacks what it takes to manifest change. Our first episode of the series features Anna Gennari, Deputy Director of Foster Youth in Action. She connects the dots between various disruptive systems, and how they intersect with the child welfare system. Additionally, we discuss how youth organizing is the key driver in l…
 
In this episode, we continue our conversation with the leadership at Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Your host, Ralph Newell, chats with Dr. Kiki Baker Barnes about best practices to empower student-athletes and foster their success in part 2 of the HBCU Leadership at Dillard University series. Find out what pivots they are making to …
 
Toast is Alan's story of a journey through time and the racism embedded in the streets of Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Alan White (they/them) is an assistant professor of acting at Western Kentucky University. As a multidisciplinary Alan has performed in applied theatre to address issues of social justice, and in everything from Shakespeare to devis…
 
Alan White (they/them) is an assistant professor of acting at Western Kentucky University. As a multidisciplinary Alan has performed in applied theatre to address issues of social justice, and in everything from Shakespeare to devising new works and creating solo performances. And a writer, Alan often taps into their love of Sci-fi and Fantasy. In …
 
In this episode, Dr. Walter Kimbrough—the president of Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana—goes one-on-one with David Pluviose for a brief discussion about his journey in HBCU leadership for In The Margins. Since the July 22nd taping of the interview, Dr. Kimbrough has announced his plans to pass the baton of presidential leadership in May…
 
This two-part episode discusses the innovative ways in which the rise in telehealth and digital mental health tools during the pandemic has helped college students handle the stress of Covid. Joining host David Pluviose are the following guests: Nathaan Demers, Clinical Psychologist, YOU at College | youatcollege.com/ Amy Gatto, Senior Campus progr…
 
To close our Dream series, we speak with Jessica Nowlan, Executive Director of the Young Women’s Freedom Center. In this episode, she reflects on her lived experience — from being on the streets and incarcerated to finding sisterhood and stepping into a leadership position at the Young Women’s Freedom Center. Jessica also lifts up the fact that you…
 
This two-part episode discusses the innovative ways in which the rise in telehealth and digital mental health tools during the pandemic has helped college students handle the stress of Covid. Joining host David Pluviose are the following guests: Nathaan Demers, Clinical Psychologist, YOU at College | youatcollege.com/ Amy Gatto, Senior Campus progr…
 
Additional reading & resources: Dr. Forget’s book: “Basic Income for Canadians: The key to a healthier, happier, more secure life for all Click here to access the Parliamentary Budget Officer’s “Costing a Guaranteed Basic Income During the COVID Pandemic” report. Click here to access the Parliamentary Budget Officer’s “Costing a National Guaranteed…
 
Once a first-generation college student herself, Dr. Linda García is now the executive director for the Center for Community College Student Engagement (CCCSE). In this audio interview hosted by Ralph Newell, Dr. García talks about CCCSE’s milestone 20-year anniversary and her laser-focused mission to help students navigate and succeed in higher ed…
 
Our Dream series continues with Danielle Sered, Executive Director of Common Justice. In this episode, she unpacks the drivers of violence and how divesting from law enforcement and incarceration has actually made communities safer. By investing in restorative healing, alternatives to incarceration and transformative justice, Common Justice’s radic…
 
Join our host, Jamal Watson, as he moderates a May 26 panel of GW Law faculty experts who analyze the first 100 days of the Biden administration. The George Washington University bicentennial is an incredible, historic milestone. With 27,000+ students from more than 135 countries, a worldwide community of 300,000+ living alumni, and thousands of fa…
 
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