Cho's new show | onePodcast #13

🎙️ This week's onePodcast share is The Margaret Cho

About the show: The Margaret Cho podcast is hosted by Margaret Cho (see what she did there?). Margaret is best known for her work in fashion, comedy, music and activism through which she’s connected and built a ton of friendships with a number of famous folks. On the show, Margaret brings on her friends and just you know, chats with them about anything.

Which episode should you listen to? Her debut episode with the wonderful Jonathan Van Ness.

Why? If you don’t know who Jonathan Van Ness is, please go here!

On the show JVN and Margaret dive deep into Jonathan coming out as non-binary and all of the unconventional struggles that come with living in the society we live in today.

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Woodhull for Prez in 1872 | onePodcast #12

🎙️ This week's onePodcast share is Encyclopedia Womannica

About the show: Thinking back to our history classes growing up, we had one question: Where the ladies at? Enter, Encyclopedia Womannica. In just 5 minutes a day, learn about different incredible women from throughout history. In Wonder Media Network’s brand new podcast, we’re telling the stories of women you may or may not know -- but definitely should.

Which episode should you listen to? Pioneers: Victoria Woodhull

Why? This podcast as a whole is really great. It’s all about the great women in our history that we may have forgotten about due to a variety of reasons (*cough* *cough* our education system).

Victoria Woodhull, was the first woman to run for president in 1872 on the Equal Rights Party ticket against running mate Frederick Douglass. She was an advocate for free-love, women’s rights and spearheading reform for equal rights. Just a strong reminder, that we’re still fighting for the same things as we were hundreds of years ago. Pretty crazy.

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reality | onePodcast # 11

Wednesday (7/3/19)

So about last week…I didn’t have a chance to listen to a podcast episode and get a note together to share but it’s okay, right? Not all always goes as planned. Here we are….


🎙️ This week's onePodcast share is Still Processing (the show, not this letter)

About the show: Still Processing - step inside the confession booth of Wesley Morris and Jenna Wortham, two culture writers for The New York Times. They devour TV, movies, art, music and the internet to find the things that move them — to tears, awe and anger. Still Processing is where they try to understand the pleasures and pathologies of America in 2019.

Which episode should you listen to? Reality

Our pick: Really makes one think about “fake news” and how we in this technological age believe or choose not to believe crimes, statements, etc. regardless of any proof of evidence.

andraya, from connecticut | onePodcast # 10

Wednesday (6/19/19)

🎙️ This week's onePodcast share is Nancy

About the show: Nancy is a critically-acclaimed podcast featuring queer stories and conversations, and hosted by two best friends, neither of whom are named Nancy. It’s a podcast about how we define ourselves, and the journey it takes to get there.

Which episode should you listen to? Their latest episode, When They Win

Our pick: When Andraya Yearwood runs against her competition, people pay attention — whether she wants them to or not. Andraya talks about her high school experience and the mental impact she faced while running track during the time she came out. As a trans athlete, Andraya started getting hit with directed criticism from her competitors linking Andraya to having an unfair advantage in competitions.

Andraya and Terry, another trans sprinter, start appearing on the local news and it becomes a huge topic of discussion. In all of this, their performance becomes somewhat overlooked purely because of their gender identity.

Incredible story telling, listen below.

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Learning to teach | onePodcast # 9

Wednesday (6/12/19)

🎙️ This week's onePodcast share is Level Up Your Course

About the show: Janelle Allen from the Zen Courses blog interviews successful online course creators, sharing their stories, successes, and struggles. On the podcast, she also reveals her strategies for creating and growing an online learning business, based on her 9 years as an Instructional Design consultant.

Which episode should you listen to? Episode 98 with Joel Hooks, co-founder of egghead.io.

Our pick: When it comes to educational courses sometimes the instructional design of how the courses are shipped are overlooked. There’s a whole field of experts and foundational practices that come with designing a course for specific audiences so there are key ways to create educational content that provides upmost value for students. Have you ever taken a course online and felt ready for the next level? Ready for the next of your career? If so, that course most likely took a page out of the instructional design book to create a full educational experience for you.

Listen to the episode to find out how Joel is re-thinking how instructional design get be better implemented on egghead.io - a learning platform for new and current developers.

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We strongly suggest (if you have 1 min to spare) to check out the podcast creator shared today and leave them a review using your favorite podcast catcher. Lots of work goes into producing episodes and we love seeing creators thrive. Thank you for your support!


If you enjoyed this letter, leave a comment/like/share it with 1 friend, co-worker or stranger! See you next week.

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