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Today Blacks and Latinos only make up 4 to 5 percent of the tech workforce, as a result, young people of color are not confident about their ability to become successful in the tech industry. Students are five times more likely to take an interest in computer science if they often see people who look like them in that field (Gallup/Google). In honor of Black History Month, Black Voices in Tech aims to do just that by bringing in successful men/women of color making history today, to speak an ...
 
Tired of hearing negative news in the media? Sick of seeing Black men and women portrayed cynically? Black And Thrivin is a safe space for uncensored positive Black stories. Your host, Monique, an elder millennial, will share stories of Black people flourishing as entrepreneurs, innovators, advocates for change, and over-comers. Tune-In for your dose of positive Black News. Show Segments: “Progress of the Week” sharing positive news from listener letters. "Black and Thrivin" stories of Black ...
 
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Brown & Black

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Brown & Black

Jack Rico, Mike Sargent

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'Brown & Black' is a new podcast exploring the convergence of race and pop culture, hosted by two diverse voices, one Latinx and one Black, to fill a needed void in rethinking how pop culture news and opinion is conveyed in America today. Jack Rico and Mike Sargent, two national film and culture critics seen on TODAY and FOX Business News, interview filmmakers, artists and journalists to examine the complex nature of entertainment and race.
 
Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories is a podcast exploring society, culture, and current events through conversation. We aspire to create an open, respectful, and equitable space where guests are free to share their truth and lived experiences. Our core values are rooted in community, connection, and personal development.Stories help us to relate, learn, and grow! We are here to Listen, to Take Notice.
 
In the English language, black sheep is an idiom used to describe a member of a group, different from the rest. The Black Sheep pod is a biweekly podcast hosted by Mike Creef, a liberal arts dropout turned journalist and Emeka Nnaka, former pro athlete turned inspirational speaker. Two guys that found their respective voices being out of the ordinary. Black sheep may not have ideal paths but they do have unique perspectives. Join the conversation for an insightful dialogue about the latest n ...
 
London holds a myriad of individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences and skillsets, but who are they and how do we hear them and parlay their knowledge into our own life formula for success? Words like diversity, multi-cultural, Fitness, mindset are just a few of the topics that the guests on Black Sheep Voices speak about. Giving a voice to the Black Sheep around London, UK and the world is knowledge, and knowledge translates into power when utiliized!
 
The Renaissance Project: A Black Girls Movement is an innovative, fresh space for voices to come alive and collaborate for a dialogue about the issues that affect our youth, and day to day issues. This is an intergenerational conversation, that will allow room for solutions, light, and love. This podcast is engineered by the youth for the youth.
 
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My Black Body Podcast

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My Black Body Podcast

Jessica Wilson & Rawiyah Tariq

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Black stories are a vital part of Black healing. That Black healing is a vital part of the world’s healing. Our stories are medicine and contain technology often overlooked in spaces that have actively de-centered Black bodies and voices. My Black Body Podcast is a container to share and grow nourishment for our collective bodies, minds and spirits. ​ This podcast will serve as a living record. By centering Black stories told by Black people, we ensure that we play an integral role in preser ...
 
Each week Joshua explores all things wellness with some of the brightest and most interesting voices in the black and brown community. Interesting, intellectually provocative conversations geared to motivate, challenge and agitate beliefs. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urbanblackvegan/support
 
Black Manifesto, the 10 Commandments: Black Women Speak Out, is a 10-part podcast series hosted by nora chipaumire and Pawlet Brookes. Black Manifesto brings together voices of Black women from around the world as a collective conversation, making the invisible visible, and addressing how we work to reshape a new world in which Black women are seen and heard, and a resource for inspiring creativity, learning, and unlearning. Each guest will discuss one commandment from nora’s Black Manifesto ...
 
We amplify the voices of Black Business Owners and Entrepreneurs to Ignite the Global Black Economy. Through this platform our socially conscious listening community connects with black business owners and their companies to learn actionable tips for building successful businesses. Each week we publish a new, compelling interview with a black entrepreneur who shares their story, teaches us some useful business information, and gives their number one piece of advice for the Buy Black Communit ...
 
Conversations and connection. Community building, refocusing resources, re-education, healthy living, and safe spaces. The All things black podcast is a weekly show dedicated to meaningful dialogue with a commitment to raising the voices and expertise of qualified individuals that can help bridge the gaps in disenfranchised communities. Join us every Wednesday for brand new episodes. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/allthingsblack/support
 
UnHidden Voices is your opportunity to listen to people who we don't get to hear from every day. Our guests are folks you want to hear from because they have found the strength within and support of family to overcome life's obstacles. This podcast is an amplification of the voices of Black and other marginalized people who are often obscured from mainstream media. Listeners will learn how to be a co-conspirator, how to strengthen family relationships, and how to address discrimination at sc ...
 
Black girls have a voice that is separate from that which the media portrays. There are many young women contending with issues that are greater than what previous generations have had to contend with. This podcast aims to highlight the voices of black adolescent females as they anonymously share their day to day experiences for our learning. With both individual and parental consent, black girls (ages 13-18) now have a space to discuss life experiences, current events and issues most pertin ...
 
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Black Girl Blueprint

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Black Girl Blueprint

Lauren Ritchie and Makeen Zachery

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Black Girl Blueprint was founded on the belief that Black girls have long been the ones to set the trends and transform the culture in a way that only we can. To put it simply: our podcast is devoted to showcasing raw, unfiltered, and unapologetic Gen Z Black girl perspectives. Our weekly episodes will center the voices and celebrate the accomplishments of young Black women who have made their own impact on and within the culture. | Follow us on Instagram: @blackgirlblueprint | Lauren: @laur ...
 
The Black Expat Podcast aims to highlight the ups and downs of the expat experience. It touches on travel, current events, jobs, friendships, family, mental health and the overall expat experience. The goal is not only to provide others with information that I wasn't able to gain before my experiences, but also provide a space for expats worldwide to have their voices, stories, and experiences shared. We as people have far more in common than we think. Through interviews with other expats an ...
 
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Black Rhino Radio

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Black Rhino Radio

Black Rhino Radio

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Black Rhino Radio is a project promoting artists, music and the culture behind the sound. Structured around people with solid background in music and visual arts, Black Rhino Music summons over 10 years of experience in running club nights, festivals, and conferences. On every project we make heard the voices of both established and emerging electronic artists from all over the world.
 
The Ravens have a Black MVP quarterback. Baltimore has one of the NFL’s most Black fan bases. The Ravens made Ozzie Newsome the NFL’s first Black general manager. From here in Baltimore, host Clifton Brown will examine what it’s like to be “Black in the NFL,” looking at the experience from many different angles and with many different voices. Race impacts the NFL in unique and challenging ways, whether it’s noticed or unnoticed, spoken or unspoken. The time has come for us to speak.
 
Welcome to Kol Deracheha, a podcast about women and mitzvot, from deracheha.org, a Yeshivat Har Etzion Initiative. Kol Deracheha is dedicated in memory of Mrs. Anita Hirsch Silverman, Yehudit Raizel bat Eliezer v'Esther, zichrona livracha. Our name comes from the pasuk in Mishlei 3:10, which says “be-chol derachecha da’ehu.” “In all your ways, know God.” We’ve changed that to Kol Deracheha, which means “all her ways,” and also “the voice of Deracheha.” Our goal is that Kol Deracheha will ins ...
 
Quintessential Voices is Britain's biggest conversation, celebrating women of colour. Get ready to smile, laugh, cry and learn after listening to the stories which focus on the lives and journeys of black, asian and minority ethnic women in Britain today. Some of those voices will be famous ones, others will be voices you might never have heard, yet each one of them will entertain you. My guests will be drawn from across the generations, and they’ll come from all walks of life. But the thing ...
 
This podcast is about my experience as a black woman that has navigated around my life with Bipolar type 2 with psychosis(I hear two voices daily). I want to break down myths and stigmas around people with Bipolar disorders. My experience is not the only experience when it comes to black women and having a mental disorder. However, I want to give a platform to people like me to talk about our experiences and share with the world who we are and how we navigate everyone and everything. www.bla ...
 
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Black by Unpopular Opinion

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Black by Unpopular Opinion

Phillip Barnes/Candice Washington

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Black by Unpopular Opinion is a podcast conceived after many long hours over the years of profound discussions --and sometimes heatedly debating-- between one another topics that concern, enlighten, and affect us on a daily basis. We recognize that voices like ours are needed in today's societal climate: voices concentrated on the singular objective of achieving equality and respect for every single Black and downtrodden individual on this planet, albeit trekking very different roads to said ...
 
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One Foot in the Black

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One Foot in the Black

Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center

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One Foot in the Black is a six-episode podcast telling the story of fire in the West—how the landscape has been shaped by fire, how climate change is remaking the rules, and how our future with fire is tied to the past. Join hosts Joseph Vaile and Alexi Lovechio, as they explore the facts, future, and solutions of wildfire in the era of climate change. You'll hear from voices on the front lines—like cultural fire practitioners, wildland firefighters, fire scientists, and policymakers—as we w ...
 
With the understanding that ABPsi cannot grow without the continued engagement and support from student voices, the SC board has begun producing our own podcast, Rooted. In 20 to 30 minute segments, students are encouraged to highlight their struggles, successes, and passions as they pertain to African/Black Psychology. Our podcasts endeavor to focus on the spiritual, professional, and emotional dimensions of the student experience and empower members to become involved in spreading ABPsi’s ...
 
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Welcome back to "the renaissance project: a black girls movement" SERIES 5: "the masterclass". we begin our series with a man who has taken his dreams and made them a universe quite literally. join host, chase clark, as she engages in conversation with clothing designer, community enthusiast, and genius creator jordan, better known as "addy".…
 
When dating interracially/inter-culturally, some Black people have said code-switching is second nature. Whether you're an expat living in Portugal, or you're dating and planning to marry your high school sweetheart, compromise is key. We discuss this and more on this episode of The Black Expat Podcast. 1. Click this link: patron.podbean.com/thebla…
 
It's that time again. The new year is approaching. If you've not already begun to reflect, you will soon. Promises, dreams, hopes, wishes, and plans are all a part of what we work on. Starts January 1st for some, and later on in the year for others. This morning on the Black Expat Podcast, we discuss the importance of a new year and a new you. 1. C…
 
Black And Thrivin is a safe space for uncensored positive Black stories. Your host, Monique, shares stories of Black women, Black men, and children, flourishing as entrepreneurs, innovators, creators, and over-comers. Tune-In for your dose of positive Black News. 00:00:00-Intro 00:02:00-Time for a change? a.) The negativity in the media, especially…
 
The Black Expat Podcast is excited to welcome Kepriah, Nomadec's Founder, a native Detroiter, First Generation University of Michigan Alum, and an experienced international backpacker, to the show! Nomadec is a retail brand and wholesale distribution company based in Detroit, MI. At just 22yrs old, Kepriah won a fellowship that allowed her to trave…
 
What is some of the best advice you've ever gotten from a very successful person? When telling your story, or hearing others, how has pivoting been pivotal to life, success, relationships, and more? We discuss the impact of pivoting and more this morning on The Black Expat Podcast. 1. Click this link: patron.podbean.com/theblackexpatpodcast 2. Then…
 
Mentioned: Duwamish River Clean Up Coalition In this episode Sarneshea Evans and I discuss her experience growing up as an only child, studying archeology, and working in public spaces. Sarneshea is originally from Atlanta, Georgia and moved to Seattle in 2017. Sarneshea loves many things including good food, good music, and even greater company. S…
 
Working from home has been great for some, not so ideal for others. Abroad in Taiwan, culturally, the office remained a mainstay in regards to how work gets done, even through the pandemic. In the US, it's been quite different and a huge adjustment. We discuss this and more this morning on The Black Expat Podcast. 1. Click this link: patron.podbean…
 
In this episode Mike and Meka discuss two of the national criminal trials that are ongoing: the Rittenhouse trial in Wisconsin, and the killers of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia. They also discuss being the “man in the arena” and the pressures that come with that. Be sure to like and subscribe anywhere you get your podcasts to stay up to date with our la…
 
This week, Jack takes an issue with Rosalia and The Weeknd's new song - 'La Fama'. The song is a Bachata from the Dominican Republic, yet neither of them are from there. Is it then cultural appropriation? Mike responds. The guys also discuss writer/director Aaron Sorkin's comments about Javier Bardem's casting of Cuban Desi Arnaz in 'Being The Rica…
 
I will be a guest speaker at the 3rd annual Afro's N Audios Podfest event happening this weekend on the 13th and 14th. Make sure to purchase your tickets at the above afros and audios link. Music produced by Kingcoven Beats 2020. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/allthingsblack/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/allthingsbl…
 
We dread it. We live it. We overcome it. The job search. It's tough, it's lengthy, it's sometimes fun - yet still exhausting. This morning on The Black Expat Podcast, we talk about the difference in being unemployed and the job search abroad vs. home. 1. Click this link: patron.podbean.com/theblackexpatpodcast 2. Then click BECOME A PATRON I write …
 
In this episode, the guys review Rebecca Hall's film 'Passing,' Written, produced, and directed by Hall, it stars Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga. The film is based on the 1929 novel of the same name by Nella Larsen. The title refers to African-Americans who had skin color light enough to be perceived as white, the practice of which is referred to as…
 
The amount of pressure we're under as humans from an early age is immense. This morning on The Black Expat Podcast we discuss decision making under pressure and the benefits of travel. 1. Click this link: patron.podbean.com/theblackexpatpodcast 2. Then click BECOME A PATRON I write on Medium: theblackexpat23.medium.com/life-abroad…97dcfc5eabe YouTu…
 
Deracheha's Rachel Weber Leshaw spoke to Brhan Worku about the Ethiopian Jewish holiday of Sigd. Brhan talked about the meaning of Sigd, her family's journey from Ethiopia, cultural differences between Ethiopian and Israeli society, and whether non-Ethiopian Jews should celebrate Sigd too. Speaking engagements for Brhan can be arranged through stor…
 
Mentioned: Noir Lux Candle Co Black Coffee NW In this episode, I speak with Noir Lux Candle founder, Colina Bruce about growing up in Seattle's Central District, family, entrepreneurship, and her work at Seattle University. In addition to creating a line of beautiful handcrafted candles, Colina has worked in the education sector for over 15 years. …
 
It's easy to talk about the good of travel. Sometimes we let our expectations get so high, that it becomes impossible for a destination to fulfill them. In this episode of The Black Expat Podcast, I touch on my bottom three countries that I've visited over the years. What are 3 cities/countries/towns that you've been to, that you're not so keen on …
 
It's Halloween and we're talking with Edwin Pagán who is the Founder-In-Chief of LatinHorror.com, a website specializing in Latin-influenced horror. We discuss why Latinos and Blacks love horror movies so much. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comJack Rico, Mike Sargent による
 
This morning on The Black Expat Podcast, I touch on my top 5 countries that I've traveled to over the years. Once the world opens back up, where do you see yourself going? What are your top 5 countries you've visited, or still want to visit? 1. Click this link: patron.podbean.com/theblackexpatpodcast 2. Then click BECOME A PATRON I write on Medium:…
 
The Black Expat Podcast is excited to welcome the Founder & CEO of Pack Up + Go & 2021‘s Top Women in Travel & Hospitality, Lillian Rafson to the show. We will discuss her amazing journey in entrepreneurship, and how she revolutionized the ”surprise” travel industry. Tune in, you won‘t want to miss out on HER STORY! 1. Click this link: patron.podbe…
 
For the next 30 minutes, listen to Jack and Mike having a great conversation about the Netflix-Dave Chapelle-transgender issue and what does artistic freedom mean to Ted Sarandos and Netflix? Will this weaken the streaming giant's steel armor? What do people really want from their comedians? They also discuss the top ten films at the box office and…
 
In this episode Marian Harrison describes what it was like growing up in rural Arlington, Washington, the change in the community as the economy shifted throughout the decades, the work she did for local government, and family. Born in Everett, Washington 1931, Marian Harrison is a Mother of 7, grandmother of 11. Marian was an employee of the Arlin…
 
What happens when you lose control of things you once had control of? Are you the type of person that just adapts and keeps it moving? Or is control something worth fighting for? Do you crave the same things now that you did two years ago? We discuss this and more this morning on The Black Expat Podcast. How can you support The Black a Expat Podcas…
 
We end our Hispanic Heritage Month series with actor, producer, writer John Leguizamo. He has a new comic book out called 'Phenom X' which is influenced by Latino invisibility and image representation in entertainment and media. This rebroadcast from Sept 13, 2020, has us and John deconstructing the reasons why Hollywood and the news media has a be…
 
Most people don't inherit empires when born. Which means at some point in our lives, we have or will be led by another person. How we are led, especially early in life, does impact and shape expectations and how we organize and value our times as workers and future leaders. This morning on The Black Expat Podcast, we discuss leadership abroad vs. h…
 
Know what you are, and lean into it. Peer pressure is real. It does hold us back. So does competing with everyone around us. Whether we notice it, or want to admit it, it happens. This morning we discuss the importance of leaning into our talents on The Black Expat Podcast. How can you support The Black a Expat Podcast? 1. Click this link: patron.p…
 
Actor and producer Gina Torres joins the show to discuss her new podcast project - 'Princess of South Beach'. It's a 36 episode, modern, bilingual audio telenovela series recorded in English and Spanish that reimagines the telenovela format. Torres is also a producer of her work and she takes Jack and Mike through the good and the bad of being Afro…
 
Mentioned: Look, Listen + Learn Instagram: @looklistenlearntv and FB: Look, Listen and Learn TV Watch Look, Listen + Learn on Youtube Our first episode of the season is with the Creator + Executive Producer of the children's television show Look Listen and Learn, Val Thomas-Matson. Val and I had a fantastic conversation on her surroundings growing …
 
We continue our Hispanic Heritage Month series as we rebroadcast our favorite Latinx interviews since the inception of the show. Jack gives Mike his take on Latino invisibility. Also, we are rebroadcasting our interview with Estuardo Rodriguez, who was in charge of getting the government to allow the creation of the Smithsonian American Latino Muse…
 
Have you ever noticed yourself acting out of character? Feeling less like yourself? In this week's episode, we’re going to be talking about authenticity and being true to ourselves. Especially at this age, it can be a constant journey of trying to “find yourself” and then losing yourself again and then rinse and repeat. How do you rediscover the th…
 
On this weeks episode, we discuss self-love and all that goes into it. by now (i hope) we recognize, self-love is more than bath bombs and face masks, but one thing I’ve always wondered is: can you practice holistic self-love if you don’t love your whole being for example…your hair?Chase Clark による
 
Da'Shaun talks 1:1 with Jessica about their new book, Belly of the Beast; The Politics of Anti-Fatness as Anti-Blackness. The two of them discuss social death, health, HAES, and wellness and how they intersect with fatness and Blackness. Get connected to Da'Shaun and their work! Editor: Daché Monet Theme Music: "Rebirth Makes You Dance" by The Rebi…
 
In this rebroadcast from June 21, 2020, celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, Afro-Latino children’s book author and illustrator, Eric Velasquez, talks to us about the power and context of Afro-Latino images in media and the importance they have in the development of children's self-esteem. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodca…
 
Love is a word used so loosely in society it can be hard to figure out what it even means and it can be especially hard to define when you are in the midst of trying to define yourself. Join your hostess with the mostess, as she offers a lesson in love. What it is, what it isn't and everything in between!…
 
Academy Award nominee Riz Ahmed and Marvel's new 'Blade' director Bassam Tariq sit down with us to talk about their new film 'Mogul Mowgli'. We tackle Muslim identity, the love-hate relationship many have with their family, and their thoughts of Black cultural appropriation. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
In this episode Mike and Meka give a “brief” history of their backgrounds. They discuss how they met and what actually led them to become friends. Then they dive into their relationship with the Evangelical church and talk about church hurt and it’s impact on their lives. Be sure to like and subscribe anywhere you get your podcasts to stay up to da…
 
What makes a friend...a friend? Sometimes Expats leave close friends and family behind and start new lives abroad. Would the friends we make abroad be a part of our friendship groups at home? We discussed this and more this morning on The Black Expat Podcast. How can you support The Black a Expat Podcast? 1. Click this link: patron.podbean.com/theb…
 
In this episode I talk about education and critical race theory with Dr. Kimya Nuru Dennis who is founder of 365 Diversity. 365diversity.com Dr Dennis is an activist, sociologist and criminologist, educator, and researcher, Dr. Dennis is invested in educating, training, evaluating, and assessing for-profit collectives and non-profit collectives. Dr…
 
Teresa Hsiao is the creator, writer, and showrunner of 'Awkwafina is Nora from Queens' on Comedy Central. She gives us details about season two of the show, her thoughts on the Asian boom in Hollywood, her approach to doing comedy in 2021, and her disbelief at how Hollywood hasn't already created a Latino wave on screen. Mike discusses directing hi…
 
For this season of the VoS, we turn our focus towards the global issue of climate change. Students will share stories about their local communities and the impacts of climate change. This week's stories focus on The French Broad Watershed and South Florida. http://www.wnca.org/programs/water-quality/save-the-french-broad/the-watershed/index.html ht…
 
We all have unique stories. Whether it's how we got into our respective industries, how we found the person of our dreams, or how we ended up living 10 thousands miles away from our hometown, each story has its significance. But where do our stories REALLY start? We discuss this and more this morning on The Black Expat Podcast. How can you support …
 
No new friends or whatever Drake said...! In this week's episode, we will be getting real about the challenges of making friends as we get older. We’re going to be talking about social lives, more than just learning how to be social again after the pandemic but what it's like navigating the world as an introvert or an extrovert and having social an…
 
In this episode of One Foot in the Black, we look closer at how climate change is impacting fire behavior in the West, and how we’re living through an era of Megafires. We talk to fire professionals and climate scientists about the increasing intensity of fire behavior, and ask the questions: how are we going to manage fires in the era of climate c…
 
Finding faith is a journey that many of us struggle to ever find the right path on. Turn after turn it can seem like you have nowhere to go. Of course, this feelin is no stranger to our hostess with the mostess, Chase Clark, who uses this episode to retrace her steps in Christianity and offer some advice to those who may need a light on their path!…
 
In this episode Mike and Emeka discuss the Delta Variant and the continuing Covid pandemic, the US leaving Afghanistan and how that war has affected and shaped all of our lives, and the continuing humanitarian, governmental, and environmental crisis in Haiti. Mike and Emeka expound on the nuances of each situation and try to have some laughs while …
 
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