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Why have kings, emperors, and governments killed and imprisoned people to shut them up? And why have countless people risked death and imprisonment to express their beliefs? Jacob Mchangama guides you through the history of free speech from the trial of Socrates to the Great Firewall. Stay up to date with Clear and Present Danger on the show’s website at freespeechhistory.com
 
On Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, comedian Andrew Doyle talks to people who don’t hold back - people who think it’s better to be honest about what you believe, so differences can be resolved. Today, saying the wrong thing can lose you your job, your friends and even get you in trouble with the law. Unsurprisingly, people are nervous of speaking their mind. They feel they have to self-censor, rather than say what they really think. Andrew’s getting the adults back in the room to chat frankl ...
 
Gen-Z Conservative with his take on the world today, with short episodes that will give you updates on all that you need to know about the week's news! Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/the-free-speech-bubble?page=1 Follow on Instagram: @freespeechbubble Website: https://adamwcoy.wixsite.com/freespeechbubble
 
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Free Speech Debate (http://freespeechdebate.com/) is a global, multilingual website for the discussion of free speech in the age of mass migration and the internet. Ten draft principles for global free speech are laid out, together with explanations and case studies - all for debate. Prominent figures from diverse cultures, faiths and political tendencies are interviewed and asked to comment through video, audio and text. Individual users from across the world are strongly encouraged to take ...
 
A regular (daily and weekly) podcast and radio show covering current events and personal development. Emotional Freedom Technique, Reiki,Letting Go and Visualisation are all techniques I use regularly. I see reiki and coaching clients in Newcastle upon Tyne and via Skype and Zoom. I am re orienting towards a discussion of podcasting technology,audio technology,and my personal experience as I buy and test new technology as well as more general technology topics.
 
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Consider It Blacklit host Kim Singleton discusses the 1968 classic FOR LOVE OF IVY with multimedia professional Kalin Thomas. FOR LOVE OF IVY stars Sidney Poitier and Abbey Lincoln. The film centers around Ivy, a live-in maid for a white suburban family. When she decides she wants to leave, the adult son of the family matches her with Sidney Poitie…
 
Free Speech Union council member Dane Giraud speaks with Ashley Church - a prominent media commentator on politics and property - about the religious impulse driving the "woke doctrine" and the challenges it poses for traditional text-based Christians like Ashley. The boys also touch on the pros and cons of progressive congregations in a wide-rangi…
 
What does the rise of artificial intelligence mean for the future of free speech and the First Amendment? Who is liable for what AI produces? Can you own a copyright for works produced by AI? Does AI itself violate intellectual property rights when it uses others’ information to generate content? What about that Morgan Freeman “deep fake”? And is C…
 
Spotlight Radio Show Power Hour is a Live Weekly Indie Artist Music Review Show with DJ Loudmouth, Vero G, and Gemini Stax on WPAT 930 AM Tri-State Area & Nationwide on WPAT930AM.com https://www.instagram.com/verogspotlightradioshow/Jason Murillo
 
Matt Mehlan: Mixology Festival Composer/curator Matt Mehlan shares his history and vision for Roulette's annual Mixology Festival (returning 4-5 Feb, 2023), music technology, and the future of the concert hall. Illustrated with clips from Festival performances since 1991: Zeena Parkins, DeForrest Brown, Jr., Carl Stone, Bruce Gremo/Rene Beekman, Va…
 
Climate change dominates tense debate around the world. Some aren't satisfied with just words however and are taking dramatic protest actions like blocking motorways and gluing their hands to roads to demand the attention they believe this crisis demands. In this podcast, Jonathan Ayling sits with Simeon Brown MP to discuss his proposed Bill to inc…
 
In today's special episode, Free Speech Union board members Dane Giraud and Ani O'Brien discuss the emerging narrative that now-former Prime Minster Jacinda Ardern resigned due to online abuse. Were the levels of abuse she faced unprecedented and have they been contributive to increased polarisation? Or is this a cynical attempt to limit criticism …
 
We kick off the year with a very special episode: New Zealand Free Speech Union Chief Executive Jonathan Ayling in discussion with his UK and South African counterparts Toby Young and Sara Gon respectively. This inaugural meeting offers a chance to reflect on the global fight for free speech and to learn about the unique cultural challenges each un…
 
A faculty member at Hamline University lost her job. Twelve staffers at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo were murdered. And Salman Rushdie was repeatedly stabbed. All of them offended certain people’s religious sensitivities. On today’s show, we are joined by Amna Khalid and Michael Moynihan to discuss the risks and costs of teaching, ta…
 
David Grubbs: On Derek Bailey Excerpts from Roulette concerts between 1986-99 by improvising activist guitarist Derek Bailey, with commentary by musician/professor/author David Grubbs (Records Ruin The Landscape). Emerging from the London free improv scene, Bailey tapped New York musicians to engage in his wildly diverse Company Weeks, in groupings…
 
Tune in for this special end-of-year discussion with guests Karl du Fresne, Prof Natasha Hamilton-Hart, and Alex Penk for a 'stock take' of the work the Free Speech Union has done in 2022. Will our guests give us a pass mark? Enjoy! fsu.nz Support the showFree Speech Union
 
Do Ann Coulter’s words equal “violence”? Does Emerson College care more about not offending the Chinese Communist Party than protecting student free speech rights? And are faculty political litmus tests back in vogue? FIRE’s Alex Morey and Zach Greenberg join the show to discuss the latest in campus censorship. Please support this show by donating …
 
Host Kim Singleton discusses MARIAN, an original musical, with the play's writing team. Elkin Antoniou G, Chelsea Marie Davis, Emily Ruth Hazel, Caleen Sinnette Jennings and Victoria Theodore discuss their journey in creating the musical about the iconic opera singer Marian Anderson. The play is being directed by Tamara Tunie.…
 
The Free Speech Union's Chief Executive Jonathan Ayling sat down with Paul Goldsmith MP, National's Justice Spokesperson, Prof. Paul Moon, a prominent historian from AUT, Dr. Michael Johnson from the New Zealand Initiative, and Prof. Ananish Chaudhuri, an economist from Auckland University at the recent Free Speech Union AGM to discuss the importan…
 
Hot on the heels of oral argument in 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis, FIRE’s Ronnie London and David Hudson join the show to discuss the case, as well as other high profile free speech cases at the Supreme Court this year. Show notes: Transcript Watch the video of the podcast conversation 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis Shurtleff v. City of Boston Kennedy v.…
 
The Free Speech Union celebrated a victory with Justice Minister Kiri Allen announcing the government would be dropping proposed hate speech laws. But the single inclusion of religion means we still have a fight on our hands. Could it really soon become harder to criticise religion? In a thoughtful and far-ranging discussion, Dr. Michael Johnson (N…
 
Free Speech Chief Executive Jonathan Ayling sat down with respected journalists Janet Wilson and Yvonne van Dongen to discuss the health of the New Zealand media in regard to fostering free and open debate. Are we seeing a new bias? Is ideology polluting journalism and undermining public trust? What role or responsibility does a journalist have in …
 
Mario Diaz de Leon: Things Come & Go Composer/guitarist Mario Diaz de Leon, whose influences range from hardcore punk to Xenakis, and whose masterful integration of electronics with classical instruments is documented here in concerts recorded at Roulette between 2009-22 in solo works and with the Talea and TAK ensembles, International Contemporary…
 
Free Speech Union member Daphna Whitmore and council member Dane Giraud discuss the Curia poll featured in a Herald recent piece from Left-wing commentator Bryce Edwards that found lower-socio-economic communities stood against the government's Hate Speech laws. Why is this? Weren't such laws supposedly sought by vulnerable, multicultural communiti…
 
Consider It Blacklit Host Kim Singleton sits down with actress/singer Lillias White and discusses her career and role as Hermes in the award-winning Broadway musical "Hadestown". Website: tinyurl.com/CIBPodcastKimberly Singleton
 
FIRE’s new Director of Public Advocacy Aaron Terr and the Cato Institute’s Will Duffield join the show to discuss a slew of recent free speech news. California gets it right on rap lyrics but wrong on coronavirus misinformation. One Texas school district repeatedly ventures into book banning. LeBron James spreads “hate speech” misinformation. Is go…
 
Free Speech Union member Daphna Whitmore speaks with Dr. Forough Amin about what’s happening in Iran after two months of growing protests across the country. Forough is a women's rights activist and the founder of the Iranian Women in NZ Charitable Trust. Forough discusses the dire state of civil rights in Iran, the rigid power of the regime, the i…
 
In an unexpected (but welcomed!) development, Minister of Justice Kiri Allan announced this morning that proposed hate speech laws will be all but dropped. Gone is the threat of 3-year prison terms. In fact, the sole change will be the addition of religious beliefs under a new amendment to the Human Rights Act. Free Speech Union board members Jonat…
 
Host Kim Singleton discusses the documentary THE SOUND SHE SAW with award-winning writer/director Crystal. This documentary highlights Black women photographers. tinyurl.com/CIBPodcastKimberly Singleton
 
Free Speech Union member Daphna Whitmore talks with Daniel Ben-Ami, an author, and journalist based in London. His website "The Radicalism of Fools" https://www.radicalismoffools.com/ aims to develop a better understanding of anti-Semitism and its root causes. Daniel talks about different forms of anti-Semitism from the right and the left. He expla…
 
Latoya Johnston, Partnerships Manager at BRIC, hosts The Partnerships Podcast, a show on Brooklyn Free Speech Radio. She talks with Community Partners about their organizations and experiences making media projects with BRIC. In this episode, listeners hear from Girls on the Run NYC, an organization that participated in the 2021 cycle of Media Shar…
 
FIRE’s Will Creeley and Aaron Terr join the show to discuss a slew of recent free speech news: What do we make of Elon Musk buying Twitter? Is PayPal fining its users $2,500 for promoting “misinformation”? Is New York trying to destroy Twitch? And do public employees in Charlottesville, Va., need to shut their mouths to keep their jobs? Also, how’s…
 
William Hooker: The Soul Is An Instrument The composer/drummer and activist/chronicler for creative social action, in excerpts from epic performances at Roulette from 1988-2021, with personal and generational tales from James Baldwin to COVID. https://roulette.org/Susan James
 
Nashville-based LGTBQIA+ Artist, Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Creative Director, Entrepreneur, Spiritual Influencer and Emotion Coach, Mallory Pacific calls in to the Junk and Jam Hour to talk all about her expansive music career, which spans over 20 years - from discovering her musicianship at aged 12 to becoming a country songwriter in Nashville…
 
Following the shock announcement this morning (Sunday 30th) by Justice Minister Kiri Allen that hate speech laws are back and may be in place before next year's election, Jonathan Ayling sits down with Free Speech Union Council members Dr. Roderick Mulgan and Ani O’Brien, along with ACT Party Leader David Seymour to unpack what this means for the f…
 
Things get real and very transparent when experienced real estate professionals sit down and spill the tea about what is going on in the NYC housing market. Is homeownership still the American Dream. Can people of color still build wealth through real estate.Desiree Rucker
 
Life Brand Strategist, Author, Speaker and the Founder and Queen of the Boss Brand Building Association, Blossom T. Porter calls in via Zoom to the Junk and Jam Hour from Atlanta, GA, to talk all about her mission and dedication to helping other entrepreneurs bolster their business ventures with optimal growth, increased visibility, productivity an…
 
In today's episode of our LOL series, Free Speech Union spokespeople Dane Giraud and Dr. David Cumin discuss the Young Greens of UoA (University Of Auckland) decision to boycott the "Baby Back Benches" debate until a set of specific demands are met. Dane and David pull apart the 7 demands that - while reading like self-parody - cloak a sinister att…
 
Do books need a special editor who reads for offensive content? And who gets to decide what’s offensive anyway? This week we are joined by authors Kat Rosenfield and Vesper Stamper to discuss censorial trends in book publishing, including the rise of so-called “sensitivity readers” and the sometimes successful campaigns to get books canceled before…
 
Jonathan Ayling, Ani O'Brien, and Dane Giraud are our first panel in the reboot of our LOL (Life Out Loud) podcast series. The team pull-apart local body elections and ask whether a low voter turnout can be put down to the multiple campaigns seeking to limit acceptable debate - we get a preview of the upcoming Free Speech Union AGM featuring Danish…
 
Latoya Johnston, Partnerships Manager at BRIC, hosts The Partnerships Podcast, a show on Brooklyn Free Speech Radio. She talks with Community Partners about their organizations and experiences making media projects with BRIC. In this episode, listeners hear from Extreme Kids & Crew, an organization that participated in the 2021 cycle of Media Share…
 
Award-Winning Writer and Author, Survivor and Advocate Jenna Ashlyn drops in to the The Junk and Jam Hour via Zoom, to talk all bout her life's work as a writer, which started at the age of 8, and how that skill has helped her cope and find joy after becoming a young widow, and surviving sexual violence and domestic abuse. She also shares how she u…
 
Free Speech Union member Daphna Whitmore talks with Mark White from the US Left-wing free speech organisation Plebity (https://www.plebity.org/). Mark and Daphna discuss how the Left of the past was at the forefront of defending free speech, why that is no longer the case and why the Left shouldn't bet their money on tech billionaires like Elon Mus…
 
Singer, Actor, Songwriter, Storyteller and Expressionist Khalifa White visits The Junk and Jam Hour as a live, in studio guest, to talk all about her upbringing in the church where she first honed her flair for singing and dancing - and her incredible journey in musical theater where she lent her talents in many notable roles, including a tour with…
 
Yuka C. Honda: Fairyland Composer and musician Yuka C. Honda reflects on a remarkable musical trajectory, serendipity, and new directions. Widely known for the project Cibo Matto, this program is illustrated with excerpts from a 2016 performance at the Roulette Concert Hall in NYC with drummer Susie Ibarra and electronic percussionist Ikue Mori. Ph…
 
Does the First Amendment to the United States Constitution protect a private social media company’s right to moderate content on its platform?A new ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit says it does not, and that a Texas law preventing viewpoint discrimination on social media platforms is constitutional.The issue is likely bou…
 
In something of a ‘student takeover’ of the Free Speech Union Podcast, university students Adam, Tommy, and Robbie talk about free speech from the student perspective. Tomas shares his experience of the recent Free Speech Union event at Otago University and the discussion gets philosophical as the three discuss the seemingly partisan nature of the …
 
“Should academic journals appoint themselves social justice gatekeepers?”That is the question journalist and author Jonathan Rauch asks in responding to new ethics guidance from the academic journal Nature Human Behaviour. The journal introduces the guidance by ominously noting that “although academic freedom is fundamental, it is not unbounded.” I…
 
Free Speech Union spokesperson Ani O'Brien reads Auckland Mayoral Candidate Craig Lord the council's rap sheet and asks what he would do differently should he win the coveted top job www.fsu.nz/join https://www.fsu.nz/council_candidates_report Support the showFree Speech Union
 
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