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What begins with a body in a kitchen freezer leads Debi Marshall to a sordid tale of seduction and lies, from Adelaide, to the Outback to the Adriatic Coast. Debi's investigation is the story of the five-part true crime series on Foxtel; Debi Marshall Investigates Frozen Lies. But the story of murder Victim Derrance Stevenson, draws Debi into the web of one of Australia's most terrifying network of paedophiles, known colloquially as 'The Family'. Despite the horrifying scale of the cries, on ...
 
Bienvenida a: “Mujer: Como le haces? Podcast”donde cosas grandiosas pueden pasar y así crecer en todas nuestras facetas de mujer a mujer, trascender y con ello crear un impacto positivo a generaciones femeninas por venir. Entre todas podemos descifrar pasos exactos a seguir, ejecutarlos y lograr resultados esperados Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/debi/support
 
It seems there are more and more topics we shy away from out of fear of offending, being shouted down, or getting “canceled.” We in the philanthropy sector can either accept this as a new reality, or we can remember that our voices have value. We can and we should be able to talk about just about anything—to explore our own thinking and the thinking of others, to understand ideas that various people hold and why they hold them, to discover what we will commit to standing up for, and to under ...
 
Del and Debi, Mind Body Soul, is an invigorating Talk-Show on all things to do with Health and Wellbeing. Each week Del Adey-Jones, a certified Transformational Life Coach, and Debi Carlin Boyle, a certified Health and Nutrition Coach, invite special guests who are experts in their field on such topics as: Personal Growth, Relationships Spirituality, Divorce Recovery, Parenting, Longevity, Holistic Health, Dating, Sex and so much more! “Our passion is to share with our audience, the latest l ...
 
Simpsons Time is several people's favorite feature of Amanda's radio program Nazario Scenario. One episode is discussed per week, focusing on the show's writing and its impact on the cultural landscape. Here we present the episode recaps and analysis all on their own, in snacktacular scaled-down form. Note: For a re-bigulated listening experience with the rest of Amanda's show, you can find the Nazario Scenario archives here.
 
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Do prosecutors hold too much power in our criminal justice system? Is their job like the job shown on “Law and Order”? In this episode, Alissa Marque Heydari, deputy director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, joins host Debi Ghate to share her experience as a line prosecutor and her vision of the criminal justice system. They’ll discu…
 
Watch any late-night comedy show, and one state receives the brunt of the jokes more than the rest: West Virginia. For many people, the state is synonymous with rural economic disadvantage, and unfavorable media coverage to this end dates back more than a century to the Hatfield-McCoy feud. This week, Cardinal Institute Executive Director Garrett B…
 
In the flood of information on social media, both opinions and statements of fact are shared freely, accurate and inaccurate alike. When a false statement of fact about an individual damages his reputation, however, it could qualify as libel. This week, UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh, founder of the Volokh Conspiracy blog, joins host Debi Ghate t…
 
When students and alumni raised concerns with the Rye City School District (NY) about their treatment as students of color, the school district responded by launching a task force, involving an organization that affirmed race-based programming to "settle the debts we owe for our overdue national sins." In this week's episode Julie Killian, mother o…
 
How did the man who launched Sears Roebuck & Co. into the distribution revolution also revolutionize education for Black students in the segregated South, establishing an astonishing 4,977 schools? In this week’s episode, Julius Rosenwald National Parks Campaign Board Member Curtis Valentine joins host Debi Ghate to share the incredible story of Ju…
 
In the 2020 election, Californians voted down Proposition 16 – a measure that would repeal the state constitutional amendment that prohibits preference or discrimination in public schools, public employment and public contracting (Prop. 209). Executive Director for Californians for Equal Rights Wenyuan Wu joins host Debi Ghate in this week’s episod…
 
In this episode, Philanthropy Roundtable President and CEO Elise Westhoff joins Debi Ghate for a special conversation about her experience in the philanthropic sector and what inspired her to lead Roundtable with its mission to strengthen a free society. Westhoff shares her direct experiences with both generous donors and with those in the philanth…
 
Are socioracial dynamics reducible to two categories: The oppressor and the oppressed? Some argue that this reduction fails to recognize the depth of the complexity within each person. However, Chloé Valdary, founder of the Theory of Enchantment, believes that both the oppressor and the oppressed are suffering – and resentment and vengeance only ca…
 
(Warning: This episode discusses sensitive themes such as sexual assault. Listener discretion is advised.) Victims of sexual violence often have a difficult time talking about their experiences, and this is true around the world. What happens when that violence is linked to immigrants and minorities, as it has in Europe? The topic becomes even more…
 
In 2020, crime statistics showed curious trends – while homicides spiked, property crime rates and jail populations both decreased. While the prediction of crime can be difficult, the data and trends can inform conversations and policies. This week, Jake Horowitz, director of the Public Safety Performance Project at Pew Charitable Trust, joins host…
 
Is it possible to seek diversity without labeling others? Honest diversity cares about seeking to understand the plurality within each other, says Irshad Manji, director of Moral Courage ED at Let Grow, their new course “Diversity without Division” and author of the book “Don’t Label Me: How to Do Diversity Without Inflaming the Culture Wars.” This…
 
Is it possible to undo past discrimination through new discrimination? Professor of Law at Cornell University William Jacobson would argue "no," but his expression of this point of view has brought condemnation – first by outsiders to the organization, then by faculty and student boycotts in response to his writings on controversial topics at his b…
 
For years, critics of philanthropy have called for increased regulations around the ways foundations choose to spend their funds. Those calls have increased recently. In this week’s episode, Carrie Tynan, a 5th generation executive director of the Adolph Coors Foundation joins Debi Ghate to discuss these criticisms. They discuss the realities of ea…
 
Rick Turner was the youngest child in his family and helping others was his way of life. After the loss of several family members, he struggled with mental illness and increased drug and alcohol abuse. During an undercover operation, at 37, he was arrested, convicted and sentenced to 40 years in prison on four counts of drug crimes and having a fir…
 
As the political climate ebbs and flows, victories and opinions in the courtroom can often last for generations. This week, Carrie Ann Donnell of American Juris Link joins Debi Ghate to discuss the pro bono work of public interest litigation, the coordination between public interest firms to protect the rights of defendants, and the necessity of fi…
 
Having taken in 10 foster children and adopted four, CEO and founder of Gen Justice Darcy Olsen is intimately aware of the grim reality of the foster care system. In this week’s episode, she joins Debi Ghate to talk about both the joys and heartbreak of fostering – and the work she does with Gen Justice to ensure the legal protection and to protect…
 
Is there such a thing as a shared American identity? Is one even possible when we have a lack of shared vocabulary and interaction with those who think differently from us? John Wood, Jr., national ambassador for Braver Angels, joins Debi Ghate to discuss his close, personal experience with individuals of various beliefs and backgrounds. He describ…
 
The mission of the American Contemporary Ballet is to "produce and present choreographic works of the highest quality that exemplify dance as a musical art form." Yet there have been loud threats and demands that the company and its troupe declare themselves aligned with political causes, sign statements or even change its dance repertoire. ACB's d…
 
On March 26, 2021 the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit ruled in favor of Philosophy Professor Nicholas Meriwether in the case of Meriwether v. Trustees of Shawnee State University. What was this case all about? In January of 2018, Meriwether refused to call a biologically male student by the requested pronouns “she/her.” Although he offere…
 
Around the 60s and 70s, conversations around civil rights and racial equity began to shift from a focus on color blindness and equality of opportunity to color consciousness and equality of results. In this episode, Debi Ghate is joined by Heritage Foundation Senior Fellow Mike Gonzalez as they explore the historical development of critical race th…
 
Can privilege expand beyond race, gender and sexual orientation to include worldviews? If so, is there such a thing as progressive privilege? Carrie Lukas, President of the Independent Women’s Forum, suggests there is. She says “privilege” does exist, and it is usually aimed at whites, males and straight people. Yet in some parts of our culture, su…
 
Many symbols of the American dream can be found in the construction industry. Debi Ghate hosts president of Michigan Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Jimmy Greene this week to discuss some of those analogies, protecting merit-based and free-enterprise building, the relationship between merit and justice and the importance of educating agai…
 
In 2019, the Anti-Defamation League recorded the highest number of anti-Semitic incidents in its 40 years of tracking. This week, Debi Ghate is joined by New York School of Law Professor Nadine Strossen and Kenneth Stern, director of the Bard Center for the Study of Hate. They will discuss the reality of anti-Semitism, the larger context of racism …
 
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. joins Debi Ghate in a conversation about diversity, equity, and inclusion mandates. They’ll address how diversity makes for better decision making, the integral nature of diversity and inclusion, and the difference between equality and equitability. Do mandates rea…
 
Working non-stop to communicate COVID-19 news to the public has given Dr. Amesh Adalja, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, an inside look at the pandemic from both a clinical and policy perspective. The new public scrutiny he has drawn has come with criticism and even hate mail. In this episode, Adalja reflects on parti…
 
Debi Ghate talks with New York Times columnist Bret Stephens about freedom of speech and the contrast between the freedom to offend v. freedom from offense. The two discuss the necessity of comedy in free societies, the rise of cultural “heretics,” and the reputational defenestration of comedians who push boundaries in the pursuit of their craft. W…
 
Professors Stephanie Shonekan and Adam Seagrave identify the need for a shared understanding of what equality means for a diverse student body. In this episode, host Debi Ghate talks with them about the events that transpired to launch a course called “Citizenship@Mizzou” and the “Race & the American Story” project across various campuses. The proj…
 
In our first episode, Debi discusses the inspiration behind this podcast—the 2004 murder of Theo van Gogh (the great-grandnephew of the famous Dutch painter). This was not some random mugging or drug offense gone wrong; Van Gogh was murdered because he directed a short film written by Ayaan Hirsi Ali called Submission: Part 1. The film took a criti…
 
If you’re tired of cancel culture muzzling anyone who doesn’t agree with the progressive agenda; if you’re ready for real, raw, and honest conversations about the toughest challenges facing our country; if you want to meet some of the most interesting and innovative thinkers and doers in the liberty movement, then you must tune in to Can We Talk Ab…
 
In the gripping final episodes of FROZEN LIES, Debi engages the help of criminal profiler Kris Illingsworth to meticulously examine crime-scene evidence from the murder of Derrance Stevenson. In a tense interview, Debi outlines her evidence to David Szach and ultimately reaches the truth of who killed Derrance and why. David’s lawyer, Tony Kerin, m…
 
Debi dives deep into the realm of Bevan Spencer Von Einem. She meets his school friend, Paul Clark, who shares an extraordinary collection of newspaper clippings and cards curated by von Einem himself. They present a chilling snapshot into the mind of a killer. After decades of silence, Richard Kelvin’s best friend, Karl Brooks, speaks about the ni…
 
This episode centres around exploring everything Debi can learn about Gino Gambardella, the man who links the case of Derrance Stevenson and The Family. Debi speaks with two victims of Gino’s sexual assault at his Chiropractic clinic, who talk publicly for the first time about their ordeal. Debi describes her hunt to find Gino and when she finally …
 
Sonya Muir, the daughter of the second Family murder victim, Neil Muir, breaks her life-long silence about her father. She shares with Debi her memories of Neil, of why he was so loved by friends and family, and how her family experienced the shock and heartache of his brutal murder. Sonya explains her immense frustration that no one has been broug…
 
Following Debi's call out for other victims, witnesses and perpetrators to come forward, Debi starts the episode with Darren, who explains how he made a lucky escape from von Einem and another man in costume when he was hitchhiking in Adelaide at 17 years of age. Then Debi and director of the TV series Chris Thorburn, return to the David Szach inve…
 
Debi explains where her investigation into true crime began, with the tragic realisation of her own partner's murder in 1992 and her hunt for the man responsible. She is joined by the director of the TV series Chris Thorburn to chat through the explosive reinvestigation from the five part Foxtel series, with the discovery of a lawyer in a kitchen f…
 
Debi travels to Sydney in the hope of finding Lewis Turtur, the only identity alive from the revoked suppressions. Turtur's last known address appears abandoned but a series of telephone calls leads Debi to the man himself. Turtur agrees to meet with Debi and breaks his year-long silence. In an extraordinary interview, Turtur details his relationsh…
 
Debi's attempting a journalistic feat; to overturn decades-old suppression orders in the hope of revealing the explosive truth behind 'The Family’. Debi talks to veteran journalist Peter Haran on the shocking extent of The Family’s alleged crimes; speaks with a survivor who shares for the first time, his harrowing story of narrowly escaping von Ein…
 
Mi invitado de honor esta vez fue mi primo Hector, una persona a la que yo quiero, admiro y respeto mucho. Él siempre se caracterizó por ser un niño aplicado, inteligente y simpático. Y precisamente de eso hablamos en esta charla, de los frutos que ahora saborea al haberle echado ganas a la escuela, a perfeccionar su inglés, y haber terminado una m…
 
Te ha pasado que haces un click con una chica y sientes que ya no estas en comunicacion con ella con las palabras sino desde una conexion mas profunda? Eso me paso con Azu. La conoci en una clase de yoga y no titubie en invitarla para "echar el chal" (conversar) ya que estaba segura que de esta platica no solo me nutriria yo, sino a todas ustedes q…
 
Es importantisimo que no creemos castillos en el aire; me es importante expresar que me gustaria traer a la mesa una propuesta en como hablar a los ninos acerca de lograr HABLAR INGLES. Porque no creamos metas mas concreta, especifica y ejecutables en la enseñanza del idioma? Mientras menos MAS. Es decir, si nos enfocamos en metas pequenas y ejecut…
 
Antes de ser mamá, equivocadamente llegué a pensar que yo sería una mami CONTROLADORA respecto al tiempo que mis hijos pasaran en las redes sociales. Ahora sé que son una segunda naturaleza para nosotros... Es nuestro oxigeno. Pero, ¿Como lograr que mi hijo, yo y los 7.7 billones de personas en este planeta entendamos que tambien podemos contribuir…
 
Hoy las exhorto a llevar a cabo una introspeccion sobre nuestro legado, y para ello les comparto el legado que mi mama ha dejado y sigue dejando: En 40 años, ella ha entregado su corazón en cada una drEn 40 años, ella ha dejado su corazón en cada una de sus clases de música, y ha transmitido a sus estudiantes el amor por la música. “La música es el…
 
Nací y crecí en Autlan. Mis papas me enseñaron la sobre la ética en el trabajo y la he venido aplicando desde mi primer empleo a mis 15 años. Autlan es una ciudad de gente trabajadora, responsable, me consta. Pero, ¿acaso es verdad que un porcentaje de nuestra fuerza laboral esta actuado al revés? ¿que esta pasando con la -NO RESPONSABILIDAD- en lo…
 
He sido una comunicologa “de closet” desde hace 2 décadas... a través de mi diario, o de cientos de artículos o escritos que están en algún rincón de mi compu... escribir me encanta pero mi búsqueda de perfeccionarlos me paraliza... Escucha porque es importante que encuentres el medio de comunicación en el que tú te sientas cómodo y con esto elimin…
 
Alguna vez has querido salvar a alguna especie de pajaritos en peligro de extinción? Unirte a Greenpeace o apoyar como voluntario por unos años en alguna causa que te resuene? Y que te detiene? No puedes dejar tu trabajo para irte, pues quien pagará tus facturas? Y que podemos hacer para que esto no solo quede en intención, algo práctico que aplico…
 
Alguna vez haz pensado que te gustaría conectar de una manera profunda con otras mujeres? Te gustaría experimentar tu esencia al mismo tiempo que la descubres y la compartes a otras mujeres que se nutrirán con ella? Estar en un espacio donde la vulnerabilidad no es amenazante si no un elemento de crecimiento personal y de género? Escucha entonces d…
 
Te haz preguntado porque muchas veces eres rapidísima en ejecutar desde cosas sencillas a otras más complejas, y otras ocasiones eres súper lenta hasta para bañarte y cambiarte? Aquí te comparto los datos que me han ayudado a entender el porqué de mi lentitud y mi rapidez y también como los aplico dándote pasos precisos y sencillos a ejecutar. Y as…
 
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