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It’s been 40 years since AIDS was first reported and we now live in a world where AIDS has become old news: the forgotten pandemic. HIV unmuted, the IAS - International AIDS Society - podcast, brings together global HIV change-makers as we journey through the last four decades, recreating moments in time and spotlighting the scientific advancements and human endeavours central to the response. Together, we’ll reflect on our past, focus on our present and look to the future. This is HIV unmut ...
 
The United States is the wealthiest country to ever exist. Why then do we have the highest incarceration rate in the world and an 83% recidivism rate? Join Silas Deane, Founder of The Resource Project, and Bernard Salandy, the former jailer for some of the largest jails in the world, as they interview the formerly incarcerated, researchers, politicians, and the criminal justice complex to lift the curtain how we as a society can create change the lives of our future generations.
 
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Unmuted is a podcast series aimed at discussing trends in media today. From new releases of digital content to how media has changed everyday life, Unmuted encourages discussion of the developments of our modern era. Unmuted invites listeners to interact with the hosts and looks to Unmute the Public.
 
Wir sind unmuted, der Podcast für die mitreißenden Storys im Esports. In unmuted recherchieren Yannic Hannebohn und Caspar von Au, was hinter den Bildschirmen und Streams abgeht. Was muss man draufhaben, um aus der Ladder in die großen Arenen zu klettern? Wieso gibt es noch so wenig Frauen im Esports? Und wie gewinnen die erfolgreichsten Teams in CS:GO, League of Legends und Dota 2 die entscheidenden Spiele? Wir sprechen mit den Fifa- und Fortnite-Stars – und stellen den Spieler*innen eure F ...
 
Unmuted Africa is a Pan-Africanist podcast learning and educating on what it means to be African-descended.It discusses systemic challenges black people face and explores how real freedom and emancipation requires a re-Africanization of culture. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unmutedafrica/support
 
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Daily phone chats with influencers, actors, artists, and all around awesome people hosted live on our app. Live. Raw. Real. We believe in the art of conversation. Conversation keeps life more interesting and is an essential tool for our well-being. When we have the courage to open up to new ideas, beliefs and friendships we get a better understanding of ourselves and the people around us. So we’ve developed a social app that drops you into LIVE broadcasted phone calls, where listeners get un ...
 
A business and lifestyle podcast providing helpful tips, different perspectives, and unique stories by interviewing everyday people from all generations. Each week, we explore new topics as we attempt to answer the question, “How far are you willing to expand the horizons of your thinking and actively seek out discomfort to create a happy and healthy life for yourself?”. (https://linktr.ee/UnmutedGenerations)
 
As youth, we have made progress in politics, education, and pushing the ball forward with our voice and activism. We are speaking loud and we want to be involved. This podcast is for us and because it is I want to get real with y’ all as we talk about mental health, self-love, social justice issues, relationships in its many forms, and much more. So, turn up the volume and let's talk. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unmutedyouth/support
 
Teachers Unmuted with Sojo Varughese is imagined as a fortnightly editorial on schooling and parenting within the Indian context, where I am trying to tap into the Indian understanding of how children learn as the host of the show, to find the answers to the burning questions in the school education space. This podcast is also imagined as an online space where we listen to the voices of teachers and parents, people who actually toil hard on the field trying to bring up our children. To learn ...
 
Welcome To The Billionaire Brown Experience, hosted by entrepreneur, CEO, media influencer, and brand curator Billionaire Brown. On this podcast you'll find conversations, interviews, and audios including topics covering health, wealth, life, and inspiration. We will also showcase an array of different talents such as singers, actors, stand up comedians, etc.
 
Women lead colorful lives, but those colors aren't always pretty. Our histories are abundant with joy and sadness, love and abuse, acceptance and rejection; but many of us (especially women of color) have remained muted.We are creators of life and ideas. We mother, sing, write, game, design and build, produce and direct, and so much more. With all we contribute, we are still often unheard or not acknowledged. Women, it's time to stand and live a life UNmuted!ON AIR CALL-IN Number: (914) 205-5670
 
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Eastern Europe and Central Asia is the region of the world where HIV acquisitions are increasing the fastest. In Ukraine, an estimated 260,000 people are living with HIV. Many thousands more are vulnerable to acquiring HIV and rely on access to HIV prevention services. In this episode of HIV unmuted, the IAS podcast, we hear how the Russian invasio…
 
Episode 33: Attention to Detail features performer, educator, and music researcher, Hannah Harley. Hannah is a Brisbane based cellist and is currently completing her PhD at University of Queensland. Her research explores the factors of the performers' attention and focus within the contexts of a string quartet. We also discuss the advantages and di…
 
Kalvin Barrett is currently serving as the 53rd Dane County Sheriff in Madison, Wisconsin. Kalvin brings over a decade of experience as a peace officer, educator, and trainer to the Dane County Sheriff’s Office and continues the work of building an agency that reflects and responds to the communities it serves. _____________________________________…
 
Cathryn Lokey, Ed.S, is an educational psychologist with a background in instruction and counseling. She works as an independent consultant advising organizations on the implementation of cutting-edge, evidence-based practices with an emphasis on a holistic, global, maximizing approach. With extensive experience in program evaluation, curriculum de…
 
Antong Lucky is the founder and former leader of the Dallas 415 Bloods Gang. At an early age, Antong was embroiled in a life of crime, gang violence and drug dealing that ultimately landed him in prison. In prison, Antong denounced his gang affiliation, started to read books to educate himself and begin working to unite the rival gangs. Antong has …
 
Episode 32: Regions of Music Research features Robert Manley. Rob is a multi-talented musician specialising in cello, piano, recorder, and extends his portfolio career in education, composition, and music research. We discuss his passion in regional community music through his PhD research, and his current work in post-doctoral research at Universi…
 
Andrew Skotnicki is a professor in theological and criminological ethics at Manhattan College in New York City. He has spent decades working in various service capacities in America's jails and prisons. For the past ten years, he has worked in the jails of New York via a partnership with the Dept of Correction in which he teaches an accredited coll…
 
Thomas Snow is the Executive Director for Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry (TPOM). TPOM works with the incarcerated, teaching faith-based life skill programs in the prisons, provides mentors, and has a reentry center for anyone leaving incarceration. They are a state-licensed mental health outpatient facility, providing therapy to residents, thos…
 
Second Season is Here!!! This is just a bonus episode to get us started. Great content,,,Interesting thoughts,,,boring interviews... in this bonus episode i needed to express my thoughts on attractiveness. Around the world meeting so many people from different backgrounds I've learned that being "attractive" is not what we think it is. You can be e…
 
Paul Mulloy is the Programs Director for Davidson County Sheriffs Office in Nashville, Tennessee. Paul has over 30 years of industry experience. He is the recipient of the Corrections and Jail Innovation Award from the NSA, sits on the National Council of Reentry with the NIC. Paul consults for the Vera Institute, the US Department of Justice, and …
 
Tiron McKenley moved from Yonkers, NY to a small town outside of Nashville, TN. Tiron's lifestyle led him behind bars for the next 14 years. Join us as we discuss Tiron's journey through incarceration to eventually changing his mindset and ultimately his life. Our Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/Americaunmuted Socials Instagram - https://www.…
 
Welcome back I missed you all so much! You have no idea how good it feels to be back behind this mic and I promise I will not let that much time go in between again. On this REBOOT episode, I want to chat with y'all about the year that shall not be named (2020) and her cousin 2021. I learned so much and went through so much and I have been better b…
 
Episode 31: The Keys to Opening Doors features pianist, accompanist, composer and educator, Meg Burstow! Meg explored the wonders of classical and jazz music during her study at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. Opening new doors, she indulged in diverse styles throughout her versatile career. Now as an in demand pianist in the Bri…
 
Episode 30: Follow Your Path features drummer, composer, and educator, Benjamin Shannon. In this episode we discuss his upcoming gigs, projects, and album releases, as well as his Honours research at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University featuring the Brisbane Conduction Orchestra. We also dive into the genius of SHAMIN and the positive…
 
Episode 29: Conversations of Life features the one and only, Roman Albert! From our conversations of improvisation in rap and music to the inspirational moments in our lives, in this episode we explore Roman's artistry and impact on the Brisbane music scene as a freestyle performer, educator and inspirational speaker! Follow his journey on instagra…
 
In this episode, Dr. Bonny Ibhawoh explains Restorative Justice and its applicability to hot spots in West Africa. We also explore the ongoing consequences of colonial strategies on education in Africa and in the diaspora and the case for reparation, if any. He also talks about Africa's integration in terms of practical and powerful regional unions…
 
In this episode, I wanted to talk not just about Pan-Africanism and African history but also the role of education and women in the future of Africa. Dr. Assie-Lumumba analyses failures in current education systems in Africa, the future of African societies, and the role of Pan-Africanism.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unmutedafrica/su…
 
Episode 28: Stringing Together Passions features cellist, teacher, and conductor, Nicky Griffith. We discuss her versatility and balance between various passions in music, and how she came to pursuing each path in her portfolio career. To find out more, head to her website at https://nickygriffith.wixsite.com/musiclessons Music Credits Opening Them…
 
Episode 27: Groovin' On features percussionist, Joe Chow. We discuss his work on jazz vibraphone and latin auxiliary music, as well as his multi-talented career in teaching, arranging, marketing and advertising, and managing his band, Salseros. Salseros is a Brisbane-based salsa ensemble who performs energetic Afro-Cuban dance music. This fiery nin…
 
We now move to the 1990s. Dr David Ho, Time Magazine’s 1996 Person of the Year and personal doctor to basketball legend Magic Johnson, talks to our host, Femi Oke, about his role in developing pioneering combination drug therapy. This treatment breakthrough helped transform HIV from a likely death sentence into a manageable condition if you had acc…
 
On our second episode of HIV unmuted, Nobel Laureate Professor Françoise Barré-Sinoussi shares the behind-the-scenes story of how she co-discovered HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. This breakthrough provided the first big scientific step forward and hope for treatment. We are also joined by: Neal Blewett, Australia’s Health Minister (1983-1991) on …
 
Episode 26: Portfolio Career features the one and only, Luke Cuerel! Luke leads a portfolio career in performing, composing and teaching. We discuss how the different, yet similar, worlds collide and the advantage in applying improvisational skills in all areas of his career. With so many projects, such as Voltfruit and Expo 88, we talk about how h…
 
Our first episode jumps back to 1981 Dr Anthony Fauci talks to our host, Femi Oke, about how the emergence of this mysterious disease, later known as AIDS, changed the course of his career. He shares why an HIV vaccine, promised by 1986, is the “big and last Holy Grail that we have to achieve”. We are also joined by: · Physician Dr Michael Gottlieb…
 
It’s been 40 years since AIDS was first reported. We now live in a world where AIDS has become old news: the forgotten pandemic. HIV unmuted, the IAS - International AIDS Society - podcast, brings together global HIV change-makers as we journey through the last four decades. We recreate moments in time, and spotlight the scientific advances and hum…
 
Episode 25: Influential Immigrant features the incredibly talented, virtuosic and inspirational, Nozomi Omote. She is a Japanese born classical percussionist who is versatile in various style of music. She is also an active educator and composer. We go back to the roots of Nozomi's upbringing in Japan, and her decision to move to Australia. Through…
 
Hello! We've missed you! In our first episode of 2021 we had a very special guest come talk to us about mental health, Jesus, and the importance of taking care of yourself and listening to your body. We hope you enjoy hearing this wisdom and soak it in as we did. Thank you for listening. Send us a message: unmutedestinieandsam@gmail.com follow us o…
 
Garrio is a sales-focused marketer committed to his family and empowering the future and present generation through education and community. He's a Partner at both Curious (helping businesses overcome brand, marketing, & product development challenges) and Closers Media (teaching those new to sales how to close more business deals). Website: https:…
 
Renata Amaral Morris is the Founder and CEO of EAT. With over 17 years of experience in branding and design, Renata leads all facets of EAT’s business from closing deals to ensuring client success. Her exceptional ability to interpret client needs and translate them into effective creative direction has allowed her to build deep relationships with …
 
Bryan Pham is the founder of Asian Hustle Network, an online platform with over 100,000 members with the mission of having more Asians in mainstream media, higher investment, and corporate ladders! Join AHN: https://www.asianhustlenetwork.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/bryanvuongpham LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bvpham28/ Chapter Mar…
 
Mark is a Director, CPM, and PWA bringing billionaire placement and solutions to 8 figure and 9 figure families and businesses at Baird. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fujiwarapm/ Website: www.fujiwarabaird.com Dave Ramsey Book: https://www.amazon.com/Total-Money-Makeover-Classic-Financial-ebook/dp/B00DNBE8P6 Chapter Markers/Timestamps: Intr…
 
Episode 24: Time for a Toot features flautist, Monash Lal. We welcome him back from his teaching journey in Regional Queensland, as we discuss his experience in teaching and performing rural, memories during his study as a male flautist and venturing onto new projects back in Brisbane. On top of his talent and wealth of knowledge in flute, he is al…
 
Song Atthajaroon is an intuitive life coach who guides clients on their spiritual journeys to discover their authentic selves by tapping into their own intuitive abilities and manifesting the life they've always dreamed of. She's also an energy healer and spiritual medium, using these intuitive gifts to provide a sense of peace and calm to those lo…
 
Christine is a therapist providing mental health services for anxious Millennials struggling with life transitions through online therapy. In her free time, she focuses on her side hustle and creative outlet, Tiny Namaste Pottery. Official Website: www.ChristineLuuTherapy.com Tiny Namaste Pottery: https://tinynamastepottery.com/ IG: https://www.ins…
 
Major Keys I know how the end result will be the night before I start - Preparation (Fish Tea) ginger, garlic, peppers, mushrooms, salmon head, yucca, Maggie, seasoning, pot, - Practice —- in my shower before bed, in my commute to work... - Bring the energy you want in the room don’t gel with the energy in the room - Proactive to possible questions…
 
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