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This is a special edition of the podcast. It is a conversation between Tiffani Kelly, a CSU alum and the Assistant Director of the Native American Cultural Center at CSU and Lauren Chief Elk, an organizer, prison abolitionist, and educator who aims her work at reimagining violence against women and justice. They spend the episode exploring the ways in which violence against women affect the indigenous community and words of support....

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Join Jake and Carl as they react to part 1 and talk more about how pornography has impacted their lives. They try to navigate more of the nuances of pornagraphy use amongst men and model how men can engage with each other about the messages that porn conveys about ourselves and others. What is the potential link between pornography and men’s violence? Find out as Jake and Carl work through some of their final thoughts on porn and...

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Join Jake and Carl as they conclude season 2 with conversations about pornography. Did you know, according to one free porn website, we consumed 5,246 centuries worth of pornography in 2016 alone? This is a huge topic, and so they brought in Chris Leck from the counseling center to help them out. They talk about everything from the definition of porn, how it’s consumed, how it can be really difficult to study the effects of...

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This episode features up and coming hip-hop artists Qbala,  Boss Eagle, and Kind Dub as they discuss their most influential artists and producers. Stay tuned for part 2 of this hip-hop series coming this November in honor of hip-hop history month! http://media.blubrry.com/dinner_with_bands/p/media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/DWB_Hip_Hop_part_1_mixdown.mp3Podcast (dinnerwithbands): Play in new window |...

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Moving forward into a changing climate, and with our agricultural system being set up in a way that decreases natural diversity, it is extremely important that we have a system in place to preserve our resources. The National Center for Genetic Resource Preservation, also known as NCGRP, does just that. Christina tells us about what originally drew her to the science of seed banking and explains how seeds are actually stored. We were...

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