3 New Movement Podcasts You Should Know

To keep your finger on the pulse of what's happening across the country, listen to these three podcasts.

So many new podcasts, so little time. Here's a round up of these three not-to-miss new podcasts launched in 2017 that will keep you in the know, active and hopeful for the future.

• Solidarity Is This with Deepa Iyer

Deepa Iyer helps us understand what multiracial solidarity means both in theory and practice in this monthly podcast. Check out Episode 2 where Iyer, Elica Vafaie and Ramla Sahid give us a primer on the history and impacts of the Muslim ban and how we can disrupt the narrative. The episodes are accompanied by discussion guides and other resources, which makes them great for a group activity.

• WONDERLAND hosted by Bridgit Antoinette Evans and Tracy Van Slyke

Bridgit Antoinette Evans and Tracy Van Slyke explore how pop culture is integral to social change. Get started with this episode where Van Slyke and Evans talk to Ai-Jen Poo and Schuyler Brown about deep listening as a tool for social and cultural change.

• State of Resistance with Sally Kohn

In this weekly podcast launched in October , Sally Kohn talks with both grassroots and national activist leaders of the resistance to explore what folks are up to and how you can get involved in your community. Listen to this episode where Sally Kohn sits down with Saru Jayaraman to discuss the #metoo movement and the sexual harassment of women in low-wage jobs.

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Rinku
Rinku

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Soon, I hope!

Ldellapiana
Ldellapiana

I love all of these, Rinku. When do you start your podcast?

kiki
kiki

Thank you for this list, Rinku Sen! I can't wait to listen to these with my son while we drive.

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