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Marginalia

KMUW

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From KMUW Studios and part of the NPR Podcast Network, Marginalia is a weekly podcast hosted by KMUW's Beth Golay. Episodes feature author interviews, editorial commentary and other marginalia to enhance the reading experience.Several of Beth's interviews are included each year in NPR's Books We Love (formerly known as Book Concierge). And you can see the list of what Beth has read since she started keeping track in 2003.Listen to the episodes at kmuw.org or subscribe to the Marginalia podca ...
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The epically geeky book club. Join the Marginally Geeky crew as they read, share and discuss a new book each month. While we may focus on traditionally geeky genres (sci-fi, fantasy, etc.) we're willing to explore any and all things geeky!
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The Marginal Gains Podcast, presented by Silca is the show that makes a big deal about the little things, and how those little things...can be a big deal. Josh Poertner of Silca, along with Hottie and Fatty, talk about all aspects of cycling — design, manufacturing, marketing, riding, racing, management and more, all from a thoughtful perspective. It's a podcast for the thinking cyclist.
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MarginalizedAadhaar

Subhashish Panigrahi

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A podcast by Subhashish Panigrahi, Digital Identity Fellow at Yoti on the role of Aadhaar (India's digital identity program) on some of the marginalized communities. Read more at https://yotifellows.com
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Marginalia Podcast

Marginalia Podcast

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Womanist notes on pop culture, politics & the personal. Temar & Aura share their perspectives & navigate the world within & around them. Host: Temar France (@etmafrance) & Auralynn Rosario (@amazingaura) IG: @MarginaliaPodcast
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Ex Marginalia

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Ex Marginalia is a literary social justice podcast released on the second Monday of every month. On each episode, Sarah and guests discuss representation and publishing politics, while holding each other (and listeners) accountable to translating "book learning" into action. The books discussed on each episode are written by authors belonging to underrepresented or marginalized communities.
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Marginalia Pod

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Join two Antipodean imports as they get up close and personal with their favourite books through a committed practice, all in the name of developing a closer understanding of a text, themselves, and each other. This is about the magic of storytelling, the power of always being open to learning, and the joy of honouring friendship despite distance, pandemics, and other pesky obstacles.
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Marginally Masculine

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Two bros with just a bit more conscious than the average Joe. Join us bi-weekly for wild tales and exciting guests in this toxic wholesome podcast. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marginallymasculine/support
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Educational equity isn't something we will stumble upon accidentally - we must design for it. The Marginal Design podcast helps us think through how we might better design our educational systems and structures to ensure all kids receive the best when it comes to education - because if we design for the margins, everyone wins.
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Los grupos marginalizados son los grupos que enfrentaban mucha discriminación en muchos partes de América Latina y también no están en centro porque no tienen voz en la comunidad entre los ricos y el gobierno. Los efectos de esta discriminación arruinan los grupos en muchas formas pero la única manera en que estos grupos pueden estar sin toque es para vivir afuera de las comunidades ricas. Este podcast destaca la información más general pero con ejemplos específicos de estos grupos marginali ...
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Marginalized Mexican Immigrants

Marginalized Mexican Immigrants

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This Podcasts explains how Mexican Immigrants are being mistreated and now gives the freedom that the United States claims to give. This podcasts explains the problem then later gives solutions. Cover art photo provided by David Everett Strickler on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@mktgmantra
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Marginalia Review of Books

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The Marginalia Review of Books is an international, open access review of literature along the nexus of history, theology, and religion. MRB examines, critiques, and illuminates the traditions, institutions, discourses, and practices of religions and their believers. We aim to connect the academic and public worlds by providing an intellectually rich and broadly accessible conversation that does not merely summarize previous work but contributes new ideas.
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Immigrants are being treated unfairly and being judged they come to the U.S. to live a normal and better life for themselves and their children they work hard but don’t get paid much and pay their taxes and help make the U.S. a better environment Cover art photo provided by Carl Raw on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@carltraw
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Marginalized Murder

Storic Media Network

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This season of Marginalized Murder we dive into "The Case of the 51 largest active serial murder mystery in the county. Over the course of twenty years at least 51 women were strangled to death in the South and West side of Chicago . I speak with Thomas Hargrove, the founder of the Murder Accountability Project and the creator of the algorithm that cracked this cold case wide open. We also meet some of the victim's family members like Sharon Pritchett, whose beloved sister Gwendolyn Williams ...
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Gravel Racing is moving face and Amy Charity is one of the movers. Amy is the founder of SBT GRVL in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The race started on the back of a napkin in 2018 and has quickly become one of the premiere off-road events in the U.S. After a few short years of success, Amy expanded SBT to Europe and Australia. But before the dirt ro…
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Kaiju are giant, monstrous creatures, like Godzilla, best known for destroying cities and wreaking havoc on the planet. But what if they needed our help to stay safe? If there was a place where kaiju could live without harming our world, and could be potentially hunted or harvested for financial gain, you better believe people would try to take adv…
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Beth Golay recently spoke with "Same As It Ever Was" author, Claire Lombardo about capturing Julia’s voice throughout the decades and the challenges of writing a second novel following the success of her debut, "The Most Fun We Ever Had."Beth Golay による
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A lot of people dream about a mysterious uncle dying and leaving them money; so much so its a trope in most media. But what if a mysterious uncle did you leave money. And not just a little, millions, billions, even trillions of dollars? That would be awesome! except for the fact its all tied up in his business that you now have to run. The business…
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At this point we've lost track on how many episodes we've dedicated to wind tunnels, but this is at least partially one of them. We've also got great questions about Fatty's new Firefly and the Ti-printed parts Silca created for it, a classic question on the best body position for riding in a strong tailwind, axle handle alignment, and a remarkably…
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Gravel Racing has gone global, and governing bodies have gotten involved. The UCI is now in its third year of putting on its Gravel World Series. It has more than two dozen races on four continents. Instead of running the series itself, the UCI has turn to a sports group and the point person in that group is three-time Cyclocross World Champ Erwin …
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Did you know besides being Jean-Luc Picard and Professor X that Patrick Stewart was also in a ton of theater productions? Of course you did because it was a big deal for him to go “slumming it” and join the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation. But in case you didn’t know, the man takes us through his life, first hand, as he reads his autobiograp…
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Tony Karklins is the founder of Allied Cycle, is currently the founder of Time, and has deep knowledge of all aspects of the cycling industry, all the way back to when as a teenager he owned a bike shop. He's the perfect match for a conversation with Josh about bike business, manufacturing, racing and more.…
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We’ve all heard someone say something to the effect of, “that’s just how we do it and always have.” Imagine that being applied to everything in your life; who is allowed to have children, who is in control of the government, why can no one go outside? Now imagine even asking those questions would get you executed. Welcome to the world in the Silo, …
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John Cobb may be best known for his bike saddles, but his experience and innovation go much deeper. John may be the first person to take a bike to the wind tunnel, and is likely the only person to crank up the tunnel to 70mph...with a rider in it. Enjoy this great episode with a cycling innovator
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Life Time puts on what is arguably the biggest and most important pro bike racing series in the US: The Life Time Grand Prix. And one man is in chage of it all: Kimo Seymour. Fatty and Hottie talk with Kimo changes in the race, the "Call of a Life Time" series, aerobars, Keegan's Swenson's chances for dominating the event for a third year running, …
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The Daemon continues to spread. The economy is failing. Food and gas prices are through the roof and looting is widespread across the US, and the world. But is the Daemon to blame, or corporations? What if the Daemon is here to save us and help bring forth a new world where people, not businesses, decide our fate? Find out in this month’s book, Fre…
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Our recent wind tunnel episodes have triggered a LOT of aero questions from our listeners, and Josh -- with hand hovering over the "It Depends" button -- takes them on. From IRL Burrito Powerups (IYKYK) to the StripChip and the Chain Waxing System to aero chainrings to leg hair stubble as a potential aero advantage to shoe aerodynamics, Josh will —…
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