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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 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.View episode
Exploring Indigenous Representation with Sterlin Harjo
Sterlin Harjo is here to tell us how "Reservation Dogs" broke boundaries in Indigenous representation.View episode
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.View episode
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.View episode
Why is AI not an authority on fairness?
Hannah Fry is here to tell us why we can't assume software is perfect.View episode
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.View episode
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.View episode
Why does climate change hit marginalized communities harder?
Julia Hatton is here to discuss the urgent need for sustainable energy solutions in marginalized communities.View episode
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.View episode