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Snap Judgement

Snap Judgement

The Snap Judgment radio show and podcast mixes real stories with killer beats to produce cinematic, dramatic radio. Snap’s musical brand of storytelling dares listeners to see the world through the eyes of another. This is storytelling… with a beat. Snap first aired on public radio stations nationwide in July 2010. Today, Snap Judgment airs …

Persian Poetics

Persian Poetics

Persian Poetics accurately translates Persian poetry and makes it available free of cost. “Though Persian poetry is written in rhyme and meter, English language translations rarely attempt to replicate it, so they often read like disjointed prose. Many times, poems are cobbled together, and other times, lines are removed from poems. The resulting confusing mess …

SLUG Magazine

SLUG Magazine

An Acronym for Salt Lake UnderGround, SLUG Magazine’s mission is to amplify Salt Lake City’s thriving alternative and underrepresented music, arts, events and community subcultures with thoughtful media coverage and exclusive event curation. Since 1989, SLUG has given a voice to Utah’s community and continues to expand its coverage in both print and digital media. …

Amber Nelson

Amber Nelson

Amber Nelson is a comedian who hosts two podcasts: The Brighter Side and Someplace Under Neith. The Brighter Side finds the positive light in this “horror show we call Earth, a cynic’s look at optimism.” You may have seen her on Comedy Central’s ‘Mash Up’, AXS TV, Tru Tv’s Almost Genius, ‘The Characters’ on Netflix, …

Invisible People TV

Invisible People

Invisible People is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to educating the public about homelessness through innovative storytelling, news, and advocacy. Since their launch in 2008, Invisible People has become a pioneer and trusted resource for inspiring action and raising awareness in support of advocacy, policy change and thoughtful dialogue around poverty in North America and the …

13 Week Theatre

13 Week Theatre

13 Week Theatre is the creation of Pab Sungenis. Sungenis is an actor and writer, known for America’s Next President, Club 27  and Bluff. 13 Week Theatre is a YouTube series that celebrates the best (and the worst) in short lived TV shows. From the “too good to last” to the “so bad it’s good” to “MOMMY MAKE …

Princess Weekes

Princess Weekes

Princess Weekes creates video essays about pop culture, race, feminism, and other social issues with “a lot of nuance and profanity.” She’s also an assistant editor at themarysue.com covering the same topics in writing. If it’s breaking down how Game of Thrones has always been trash or discussing the intersection of pop culture and race …

HomeTeam History

HomeTeam History

HomeTeam History advances proper historical perspectives concerning African History, Culture, and Worldview. “HomeTeam” simply refers to the African Diaspora. They revisit the history and learn more about the humanity and agency of African people. Find HomeTeam History online: Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/HomeTeamHistory YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC12lU5ymIvSpgl8KntDQUQA Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/hometeamhistory Twitterhttps://twitter.com/HometeamH Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/HometeamHistory/

Passport Two

Passport Two

Passport Two are Donnie and Aubrey. Aubrey was a Speech-Language Pathologist, Donnie was graphic designer, but they both had a dream to travel the world and experience cultures. After three years of being married and dreaming about it, they decided to quit the rat race and take on the world. They sold everything they had, …

The Lizard People podcast

Lizard People

Lizard People is a goofy podcast about the fascinating subject of conspiracy theories. Each week host Katelyn Hempstead and producer Alexis Preston invite a guest to try to convince Katelyn that their favorite theory is true. And every week it gets silly as heck. If you like comedy, conspiracy, and the occasional song and dance …

Khadija Mbowe

Khadija Mbowe

Gambian-Canadian-American performer Khadija Mbowe is a video essayist and self-described socio-cultural anthropologist and “cool, fun, *young* millennial aunty.” In her videos she sits on her floor and sometimes talks to her friends, sometimes does video essays. Khadija has half a Sociology degree, half an English degree, and a whole degree in Vocal Performance, focusing on Opera. She’s also …

Photo of four women standing on front of a monument in Ukraine.

What is Ukraine

Olena Gnes is a tour guide in Kyiv and Chornobyl. She creates the What is Ukraine channel on YouTube to introduce real the Ukraine to the world and to provide foreign visitors to Ukraine with useful practical and honest  information about her country. She describes herself as “your tour guide in Kyiv and Chornobyl” (yep, …

Smart Funny & Black

Smart Funny & Black

Smart Funny & Black is committed to creating content that uses comedy to bring culture to the community. They’re the creators of “Smart Funny & Black Live!” and “Smart Funny & Black In Da Crib”, the all-star rated podcast “Small Doses”, as well as Amanda Seales’ comedy series “Get Your Life” and “Views From Amandaland.” Amanda is a …

Black Girls Create

Black Girls Create

Black Girls Create is a unique intersectional hub, founded in 2015, for Black creators and critical fandom. Through substantive but easily accessible content, they encourage fans to celebrate and critique pop culture while also advocating for and contributing to the increased media representation of Black folks specifically, and people of color in general. Find Black …

As It Should Be podcast title

As It Should Be

As It Should Be with Thamarrah Jones is a weekly podcast interview series for people who are actively learning and unlearning their role in upholding systems that hurt people, people who wish we’d care about each other’s experiences more often. Thamarrah interviews the people remaking the world as it should be to discuss the role …

Lady Emily

Lady Emily

Lady Emily is a film enthusiast making videos dedicated to a variety of subjects, from musicals to genre to horror to political analysis. She’s a trans girl who co-writes for video essayist Sarah Z. Her videos explore topics like the way in which the reality television show Kitchen Nightmares crafts a narrative, Family Dollar’s 2016 attempt …

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Tom Nicholas

Tom Nicholas is a PhD Student based in the UK. He creates a popular series of educational videos on YouTube aimed at being accessible introductions to key theories in cultural studies and the wider humanities. His What The Theory? series has covered topics such as semiotics, structuralism, phenomenology, modernism, postmodernism, postcolonialism, psychoanalysis and more. He also occasionally intersperses these videos with video essays that put some …

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Rambalac

Rambalac creates walking videos and live streams around Japan. They started filming their walks just for fun and as an additional reason to go outside. In their videos, they don’t talk, except to communicate with people in front of them. They don’t show their face, intentionally, preferring to make videos with minimal editing and no sound …

Flash Forward podcast

Flash Forward

Flash Forward is a critically acclaimed podcast about the future. In each episode, host Rose Eveleth takes on a possible (or not so possible) future scenario — everything from the existence of artificial wombs, to what would happen if space pirates dragged a second moon to Earth. What would the warranty on a sex robot …

Fiq the Signifier

F.D Signifire

F.D Signifire produces video essays analyzing black media and movies while saying so much more. With titles like “Why Wonder Woman 1984 Has A White Feminism Problem,” “Action And The Impossible White Man Trope,” “Why We Need To End The Myth About The Gay Agenda To Destroy Black Men,” and one of his most well-known …

BlackComicsChat

BlackComicsChat Podcast

BlackComicsChat Podcast is Grace Gipson, Thelonious Legend, Marcus Kwame Anderson, Leo Faierman, and Anthony Otero. They broadcast live on Twitter and Twitch, showcasing the work of marginalized creators (along with some “rando Twitch stuff”). The Black Comics Chat first started out as a Twitter Chat in 2014 before becoming a podcast in 2015, featuring interviews …