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So You Want to Change the World

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Voices of Millennials who are changing the world with empathy, humility, and critical self-reflection.

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Voices of Millennials who are changing the world with empathy, humility, and critical self-reflection.

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Great education tool!

By patrick mcm - Oct 27 2017
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This is a great educational tool that we use with students on long bus rides. We are inspired by each of these interviewees and have good conversations afterward.

Love Love Love!!!

By Oliviatdell - Oct 03 2017
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So great to hear conversations about these important topics! Great, great, great!!

iTunes Ratings

31 Ratings
Average Ratings
31
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0
0
0

Great education tool!

By patrick mcm - Oct 27 2017
Read more
This is a great educational tool that we use with students on long bus rides. We are inspired by each of these interviewees and have good conversations afterward.

Love Love Love!!!

By Oliviatdell - Oct 03 2017
Read more
So great to hear conversations about these important topics! Great, great, great!!
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So You Want to Change the World

Latest release on Oct 23, 2017

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

Updated by OwlTail 3 days ago

Warning: This podcast has few episodes.

This means there isn't enough episodes to provide the most popular episodes. Here's the rankings of the current episodes anyway, we recommend you to revisit when there's more episodes!

Rank #1: Restorative Justice Outside & Inside the Criminal Legal System

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“It forced me to share something personal that is not always easy or comfortable to share. And that's what they've been doing all along.” Anthony Marqusee started volunteering in a Philadelphia prison during college. His collaborative work with incarcerated men in restorative justice practice is part of his broader effort to reform the criminal legal system. It’s also become part of his exploration of his own identity as a trans person.

Learn more: thinkingbeyondborders.org/podcast

Sep 18 2017

36mins

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Rank #2: Bonus Episode: Learning to Change the World

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“What do you think humanity's greatest potential looks like, and what does it mean to contribute to that in meaningful ways?” In this bonus episode for season 1, Thinking Beyond Borders’ Founder & President, Robin Pendoley, shares why Millennials give him hope, a vision for social impact education, and his definition of international development.

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Oct 23 2017

40mins

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Rank #3: Grappling with Privilege in Global Health Work

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“Is this sector going in the right direction, and do I want to be a part of it?” Emily Ausubel was inspired in high school by Dr. Paul Farmer to find ways to contribute to global public health. With experiences in organizations of various sizes and locations around the world, she shares deep insight into the strengths and weaknesses of the public health sector. She also reflects on her confrontations with her privilege and how they inform her work, relationships, and life.

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Oct 16 2017

37mins

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Rank #4: The Pedagogy of Equity & Justice

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“I am a white person. I am also an educator. I'm someone who has power.” When Lucy Griswold set out to become an urban public school teacher, her motivations for doing so were beyond usual calls to close the achievement gap. Liberation, not test score increases, was her goal. As a White woman teaching at a racially and economically diverse public school in Texas, she’s flipping the normal power dynamics of the classroom on their head. She shares stories of the creativity and humility needed to overcome the barriers to connecting with her students and the subject of study across boundaries of race and class. She reflects on how teaching is liberating for her, too.

Learn more: thinkingbeyondborders.org/podcast

Oct 09 2017

40mins

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Rank #5: Snapchat, Untold Stories, & the Future of Journalism

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“Why do I have the right to tell this story?” Marianna Brady entered journalism because storytelling is how empathy spreads. Now, she’s stepping to the forefront of the field to leverage the power of new technology like Snapchat to the BBC. As a feminist and activist, she holds strong views. Yet, she takes on the role of journalist to amplify the voices and experiences of others, even those she disagrees with. Here she shares the struggle to balance her determination to create change with self-care and happiness.

Learn more: thinkingbeyondborders.org/podcast

Oct 02 2017

44mins

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