TED Radio Hour
Presented by: NPR
- Why We Hate (July 13, 2018)
Summary: "From bullying to hate crimes, cruelty is all around us. So what makes us hate? And is it learned or innate? This hour, TED speakers explore the causes and consequences of hate - and how we can fight it."
- The Consequences of Racism (March 16, 2018)
Summary: "What does it mean to be judged before you walk through the door? What are the consequences? This week, TED speakers delve into the ways racism impacts our lives, from education, to health, to safety."
- Terror Lynching in America (April 22, 2016)
Summary: "Most of us were raised to believe that tolerance is a good thing, but is it enough or just the bare minimum? This hour, TED speakers on how to move beyond tolerance to a place of deeper understanding."
- Ingrained Injustice (June 12, 2020)
Summary: "As protests for racial justice continue, many are asking how racism became so embedded in our lives. This hour, TED's Whitney Pennington Rodgers guides us through talks that offer part of the answer."
Presented by: NPR
- An Ace Up the Poker Star's Sleeve: The Surprising Upside of Stereotypes (October 6, 2015)
Summary: "Annie Duke was often the only woman at the poker table, which influenced the way people saw her, and the way she saw herself. Feeling like an outsider can come at a cost, but also can be an advantage."
- 'Man Up': How a Fear of Appearing Feminine Restricts Men, and Affects Us All (October 1, 2018)
Summary: "This week on Hidden Brain, we explore the bounds of masculinity. What behaviors do men consider to be too feminine, and therefore off limits? And how can men be convinced to question those boundaries?"
- The Mind of the Village: Understanding Our Implicit Biases (June 20, 2020)
Summary: "This week on the Hidden Brain radio show, we examine research about the mind of the village. We'll begin with a focus on police shootings of unarmed black men. Later in the show, we look at how biases affect judges in the U.S."
- The Night that Lasted a Lifetime: How Psychology was Misused in Teen's Murder Case (July 6, 2020)
Summary: "This week on Hidden Brain, we go back four decades to retrace the steps of Fred [Clay's] arrest and prosecution. We'll uncover the harm that arose when flawed ideas from psychology — ideas that continue to pervade some courtrooms today — were used to put a teenager behind bars for life."
Presented by: GCI
Episode 19: Ronald Brower Sr., University of Alaska Fairbanks
Summary: "In this episode of #ThinkArctic, we chat with Ronald Brower Sr., an instructor at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, about teaching native language and growing up in the Arctic."
Summary: "ADA Live! is a free monthly show broadcast nationally on the Internet. Ask questions and learn about your rights and responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Leaders in the field will share their knowledge, experience and successful strategies that increase the participation of persons with disabilities in communities and businesses."
Making Gay History
Summary: "The Making Gay History podcast mines Eric Marcus’s decades old audio archive of rare interviews — conducted for his award-winning oral history of the LGBTQ civil rights movement — to create intimate, personal portraits of both known and long-forgotten champions, heroes, and witnesses to history."
Coffee & Quaq
Summary: "The mission of Coffee & Quaq is to celebrate, share, and explore the collective experience of contemporary Native life in urban Alaska. Coffee & Quaq aims to incite discussion on topics of interest for young Alaska Native people and bring awareness to the various facets of modern Indigenous life. It's a podcast show for Indigenous people, by Indigenous people to help provide an accurate representation of Alaska Native life in urban and rural settings."
Presented by: NPR
Summary: "Remember when folks used to talk about being "post-racial"? Well, we're definitely not that. We're a multi-racial, multi-generational team of journalists fascinated by the overlapping themes of race, ethnicity and culture, how they play out in our lives and communities, and how all of this is shifting."
Unlocking Us with Brené Brown
Summary: Dr. Brené Brown is a researcher, professor, and author who tackles topics like courage, vulnerability, shame and empathy. In her new podcast, Unlocking Us she discusses these concepts and also explores them in the context of racial/gender/activism issues. Dr. Brown brings in experts like Laverne Cox, Austin Channing Brown, and Ibram X. Kendi, among others, to discuss these essential topics.
The Science of Mentorship
Presented by: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Summary: "Mentorship is essential to the development of anyone in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, or medicine, but did you know mentorship is a set of skills that can be learned, practiced, and optimized? In this 10-part series from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, you’ll hear the personal mentorship stories of leaders in academia, business, and the media, in their own words. Learn how evidence-based mentorship practices can help you develop the skills to engage in the most effective STEMM mentoring relationships possible."
The Urban Auntie Show
Presented by: Deloodeneenła (Laura Ekada) & UAF Nanook Diversity and Action Center
Summary: "The Urban Auntie Show is a radio show and podcast that highlights Alaska Native issues and topics. The show features guests from all over Alaska to talk about issues like MMIW, Indigenous identity, representation, wellness, and more. Auntie Laura uses her platform to uplift the voices and experiences of the Indigenous peoples of Alaska."