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Don't know where to start? These episodes are a pretty good representative sample of what this podcast is all about.

Dr. Miguel Cardona is a Latino man with a goatee. He wears glasses, a blue button down shirt and black jacket. He's smiling warmly at the camera.

Dr. Miguel Cardona on Skill Development and Educational Equity

US Secretary for Education Dr Miguel Cardona is here to discuss the importance of skill development in educational equity.

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Sterlin is a Native man with goatee and glasses and wears a black t-shirt against a blue background.

Exploring Indigenous Representation with Sterlin Harjo

Sterlin Harjo is here to tell us how "Reservation Dogs" broke boundaries in Indigenous representation.

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Sinéad is a queer little person with shoulder length dark brown hair that's kicking out and misbehaving. She's wearing a white T-shirt and smiles warmly towards the camera.

Challenging the Status Quo: Sinéad Burke’s Journey of Disability Activism

Sinéad Burke is here to tell us why accessibility is an innovation, not a cost.

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Dr. Ella F. Washington is a Black woman with shoulder length dark brown hair. She's wearing a brown plaid blazer and is smiling against a light orange background. Her name appears in white at the top left hand corner of the image.

What does the recent SCOTUS decision mean for DEI&B?

In the wake of the recent SCOTUS decision, Dr. Ella F. Washington is here to explains why companies can and should recommit to DEI&B.

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Hannah has red hair and pale skin and smiles facing the camera with her left hand up as if her elbow is on a table in front of her. She appears against a fuschia pink background.

Why is AI not an authority on fairness?

Hannah Fry is here to tell us why we can't assume software is perfect.

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Panti appears in drag against a bright orange background. She has fabulous blonde hair, red lipstick and a blue floral dress

Why is having fun in a world that despises you a radical act?

Panti Bliss is here to tell you why having fun in a world that despises you is a radical act.

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Dr Noble has shoulder length curly hair. Safiya wears a salmon colored top and a brown patterned scarf. She appears on a terracotta background.

Why is artificial intelligence set to become a human rights issue?

Safiya Noble is here to examine the ways in which search algorithms can reinforce and amplify existing biases and stereotypes, particularly against marginalized groups such as women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ individuals.

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Julia wears a blue top and has curly shoulder length hair and freckles. She appears on a hot pink background with her name in white text in the left hand corner.

Why does climate change hit marginalized communities harder?

Julia Hatton is here to discuss the urgent need for sustainable energy solutions in marginalized communities.

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Vincent, a bald man with a dark beard, is pictured in a blue polo shirt against an eggplant background. His name appears in white text.

Best of: How can we challenge the stigma of incarceration?

Vincent Bragg is here to talk about his mission - to challenge the stigma of how society views people with a criminal history, as well as how people with a criminal history view themselves.

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We see Valeria against a dark beige background. She has long dark hair and wears round framed light pink glasses.

Best of: How does environmental sustainability impact the world of work?

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