107: We're Getting "Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion" All Wrong, with Chloé Valdary
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by Michael Callahan
5d ago
Chloé Valdary is an American writer and entrepreneur whose company “Theory of Enchamtment” teaches social and emotional learning in schools and diversity and inclusion in companies and government agencies. Theory of Enchantment Enchanted Dojo TED: How Love Can Help Repair Social Inequality, with Chloé Valdary If You Liked This Conversation, You'll Probably Like These Episodes of Where We Go Next: 100: When Victimhood is Leveraged for Personal Gain, with Andrew Boryga 80: The Black British Experience Is Not an American One, with Tomiwa Owolade 48: The Classics Belong to Everyone, with Dr. Anik ..read more
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106: Making Media for the Middle Ground in an Era of Extremes, with Gen Kimura
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by Michael Callahan
1w ago
Gen Kimura is a YouTube creator and documentary filmmaker tackling controversial political topics via on-the-ground reporting with average citizens and inquisitive interviews with relevant experts. Gen's YouTube Channel Bridging the Bias newsletter Squatters Invaded America. Here's How. - YouTube If You Liked This Conversation, You'll Probably Like These Episodes of Where We Go Next: 105: Religious Cults, Fringe Science, and the Need for Belief, with Ross Blocher & Carrie Poppy  101: Uncovering the Hidden Truths in Political Memoirs, with Carlos Lozada 69: Creating a Space for Empath ..read more
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105: Religious Cults, Fringe Science, and the Need for Belief, with Ross Blocher & Carrie Poppy
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by Michael Callahan
2w ago
Carrie Poppy and Ross Blocher are the hosts of Oh No, Ross and Carrie!, an investigative podcast with over half a million downloads monthly. Whether it's joining secretive religious cults, searching for the paranormal, or experimenting with alternative medicine, they bring a skeptical yet open-minded approach to uncovering the truth. Oh No, Ross and Carrie! If You Liked This Conversation, You'll Probably Like These Episodes of Where We Go Next: 69: Creating a Space for Empathy on YouTube, with Gen Kimura 59: Sketch Comedy, Spoofing Genres, and Sparking Creativity, with Chris Smith & Jack ..read more
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104: The War for Critical Minerals and Our Electrified Future, with Ernest Scheyder
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by Michael Callahan
3w ago
Ernest Scheyder is a senior correspondent for Reuters and the author of The War Below: Lithium, Copper, and the Global Battle to Power Our Lives. The War Below: Lithium, Copper, and the Global Battle to Power Our Lives Ernest Scheyder at Reuters If You Liked This Conversation, You'll Probably Like These Episodes of Where We Go Next: 101: Uncovering the Hidden Truths in Political Memoirs, with Carlos Lozada 97: Climate Change Comes for Small-Town America, with Jonathan Vigliotti 71: Rescuing Animals From the Brink of Extinction, with Forrest Galante 70: Making Extinction a Thing of the Past, w ..read more
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103: Making Movies is Hard (But Worth It), with Liz Manashil
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by Michael Callahan
1M ago
Liz Manashil is a feature film writer and director, a distribution consultant for independent films, and the co-host of Making Movies is Hard, a podcast about the trials and tribulations of independent filmmaking. Bread and Butter (2014) Speed of Life (2019) Making Movies is HARD!!! Podcast lizmanashil.com If You Liked This Conversation, You'll Probably Like These Episodes of Where We Go Next: 102: The Art and Technique of Directing Actors, with Judith Weston 73: Ensemble Acting, Bilingual Comedy, and the Benefits of Being an Outsider, with Samba Schutte 59: Sketch Comedy, Spoofing Genres, an ..read more
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102: The Art and Technique of Directing Actors, with Judith Weston
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by Michael Callahan
1M ago
Judith Weston is a sought-after coach and teacher to first-class filmmakers and actors around the world, and has been supporting them with workshops, consultations and books for nearly 40 years. Her first book, Directing Actors, was originally published in 1996 and a 25th Anniversary Edition came out in 2021. Her second book, The Film Director’s Intuition, was published in 2003 and the audiobook version is out now. Directing Actors - 25th Anniversary Edition: Creating Memorable Performances for Film and Television The Film Director's Intuition: Script Analysis and Rehearsal Techniques The Dire ..read more
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101: Uncovering the Hidden Truths in Political Memoirs, with Carlos Lozada
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by Michael Callahan
1M ago
Carlos Lozada is an opinion columnist at The New York Times and co-host of the “Matter of Opinion” podcast. He has won the Pulitzer Prize for criticism, and is the author of What Were We Thinking: A Brief Intellectual History of the Trump Era. His new book, The Washington Book: How to Read Politics and Politicians, is out now. The Washington Book: How to Read Politics and Politicians Carlos Lozada at The New York Times If You Liked This Conversation, You'll Probably Like These Episodes of Where We Go Next: 65: Untangling Partisan Narratives and Fixing Political News, with Isaac Saul 58: Makin ..read more
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100: When Victimhood is Leveraged for Personal Gain, with Andrew Boryga
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by Michael Callahan
1M ago
Andrew Boryga is a writer whose  has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, and The Atlantic. His debut novel Victim, from Doubleday Books, is out now. Victim andrewboryga.com If You Liked This Conversation, You'll Probably Like These Episodes of Where We Go Next: 44: The Unresolvable Tension of Overlapping Identities, with Tomiwa Owolade 39: Black Culture Is Not a Monolith, with Bertrand Cooper 38: Curiosity Is a Skill We Can Learn, with Mónica Guzmán 36: True Inclusivity Requires Moral Courage, with Irshad Manji 19: Finding Commonality Across the "Racial Divide," with Rahmaan ..read more
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99: How to Reset and Retrain Our Brains, with Tali Sharot
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by Michael Callahan
2M ago
Dr. Tali Sharot is a professor of cognitive neuroscience at MIT and University College London, and the founder and director of the Affective Brain Lab, a cognitive neuroscience research laboratory dedicated to unraveling the mysteries of the human brain. She’s the author of The Optimism Bias: A Tour of the Irrationally Positive Brain, The Influential Mind: What the Brain Reveals About Our Power to Change Others. Her newest book, co-authored with Cass Sunstein is titled Look Again: The Power of Noticing What Was Always There. Look Again: The Power of Noticing What Was Always There Affective Bra ..read more
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98: The Corrosive Costs of Vulture Capitalism, with Grace Blakeley
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by Michael Callahan
2M ago
Grace Blakeley is an economist, journalist, and political commentator. She is the author of Stolen: How to Save the World from Financialization, The Corona Crash: How the Pandemic will Change Capitalism, and her newest: Vulture Capitalism: Corporate Crimes, Backdoor Bailouts, and the Death of Freedom. Vulture Capitalism: Corporate Crimes, Backdoor Bailouts, and the Death of Freedom GraceBlakeley.co.uk If You Liked This Conversation, You'll Probably Like These Episodes of Where We Go Next: 50: America Has Failed Its Working Poor, with Joanne Goldblum and Colleen Shaddox 37: A Better Way to Pol ..read more
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