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shmanners podcast dinner party
The Shmanners podcast from Maximum Fun network is a refreshing twist on traditional etiquette podcasts. While it certainly contains legitimate advice about etiquette and manners, it also has a healthy dose of humor!  The show covers a range of etiquette topics, including how to behave in airports, at prom, how to inquiry about lost and...
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white man black woman sign
In the few weeks since the very public murder of George Floyd by a Minnesota policeman, racism in America has been a hot topic.  Protests by Black Lives Matter and supporters of all races, colors, ages, and sexes have drawn attention to not just the horrific racial motivation of the situation at hand but to...
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Cop Watching Arrest
With the George Floyd protests now spanning the entire United States, and even beyond, a disturbing pattern of police violence has been on display for all to see. Protests to call attention to an unjust killing and a pattern of racism have led to widespread chaos, with protestors often giving way to looters later in...
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Protest
When unarmed and nonviolent 46-year-old George Floyd ended up dead due to the restraining actions of several white Minneapolis police officers on May 25, 2020, a wave of protests and riots spread around the United States (and eventually many other countries as well). This level of resistance–both peaceful and violent– hasn’t been seen in the...
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Abstract artistic painting about equality
The Minority Korner podcast from the Maximum Fun network is a talk show that discusses the world from the perspective of minorities. The show talks about news, media, pop culture, politics, history, and more, while defining and clarifying terms in minority cultures. It invites listeners of all walks of life to “Learn, Laugh, and Play!”...
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Riotrs smashing story windows
What’s going on with current protests? What role does Antifa have in it all? Are Antifa and any outside agitators making it all worse? Who is in the right? How does this affect the residents of the country? Is it connected with Black Lives Matter? There are many questions and finding the answers can be...
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Black Live Matter
Black Lives Matter has been a regularly featured movement in the national discussion since its founding in the haunting aftermath of the July 13, 2013 acquittal of George Zimmerman in the murder of Trayvon Martin. It’s once again been on the front pages of the nation’s newspapers and at the forefront of our collective mental...
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George Floyd mural
Nine minutes does not seem like a lot of time, but for George Floyd, a Black man from Minneapolis, it was the difference between life and death, For Minnesota and many other cities around the U.S., the death of Mr. Floyd on May 25, 2020, marked the difference between peace and protest. Beginning in Minnesota...
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Events of the last few weeks have left a Black citizen of Minneapolis dead after a police officer knelt on his neck for over 9 minutes, a Black jogger shot by two armed vigilantes who thought he was a criminal, and a Black man in New York City reported to the police for telling a...
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two lbgtq women kissing
Rather than creating a list of the most popular handful of podcasts, these are the best LGBTQ podcasts to represent the diversity of expression across cultures, countries, and even history.    On days when we feel the world isn’t changing, that eyes aren’t opening to ways to include all expressions of humanity, we can look at...
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crowd protesting social issues
Modern life is both beset by social issues and bustling with technological and societal change. Keeping track of recent developments and an outlook for the future can be a considerable challenge. On the other hand, it can also be extremely rewarding to find avenues in which to make a difference and insights into the countless...
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Black woman using camera
Shades Of Content is a brand new podcast from the owner of CAMPspace, a content creator studio serving women creators in the Washington, DC area. The studio gives creative women of color (CWOC) and influencers a professional, affordable space to create their content through video and photoshoots, recordings and podcasts, and exhibition space for artists....
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Are you happy now art
The world of art is ever-expanding. Thanks to the many kinds of art there are, it’d be impossible to consider yourself knowledgeable in all the facets of art, at least on a level that allows you to delve into every art piece out there with the awareness you’d need. Sculptures, street art, paintings, photography…art splits...
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