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Episode 01: Wild pigs are running amok – is eating them the answer?

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Episode 01: Wild pigs are running amok – is eating them the answer?

Summary: Wild pigs, also known as feral hogs, are an invasive species that damage crops, destroy habitat, and can spread diseases. To control their population, biologists and environmentalists are encouraging hunters to take action and eat these invaders. This episode was aired on January 25, 2018. Credits: Written, narrated, and produced by Rod Lammers References: ...

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Episode 02: Women and Water

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Episode 02: Women and Water

Summary: Why are women crucial for global water conservation as scientists and as community leaders? Women are under-represented in water management careers and training. But the countries that are most affected by water issues will most benefit from a conscious and gender-inclusive scientific approach to sustainable water conservation. The impact of scientists in water conservation resonates not only for gender equality and better quality of life, but it also translates into having sustainable life on our planet. This episode was aired on...

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Episode 03: Forests Are Cool For Climate

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Episode 03: Forests Are Cool For Climate

Summary: In the foothills of the Rockies, many of us love our forests for adventures. Now researchers have discovered a new reason to love forests: they keep our planet cool by releasing  compounds into the atmosphere. This episode was aired on February 7, 2018. Credits: Written, narrated, and produced by Erika Foster, Edited by Rod Lammers and Patricia Salerno References:  https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-017-02412-4 (Nature Communications Article)...

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Episode 04: Peace Treaties and the Environment

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Episode 04: Peace Treaties and the Environment

Summary: Why are peace treaties and post conflict policies so important for environmental sustainability around the globe? Because it brings opportunities to repair the environmental damage and rethink a country’s development. Credits: Written, narrated and produced by Carolina Gutierrez References:  https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/the-press-office/2016/08/25/statement-president-colombia-peace-agreement http://www.eltiempo.com/archivo/documento/CMS-16658796...

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Dirty Talk: Virginity and First Times

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Dirty Talk: Virginity and First Times

“Dirty Talk” is a sex and romance podcast hosted by Chapman Croskell and Tatiana Parafiniuk-Talesnick. On the show, Chapman and Tati share personal experiences, discuss feminist theories and interview professionals to gain a better understanding of the realm of relationships. On this episode of Dirty Talk, Chapman and Tati talk about virginity and first times with special guest Rachel.   Questions? Comments? Email CCroskell@Collegian.com. Or find Chapman and Tati on Twitter: @Nescwick and @TatianaSophiaPT. CONTENT WARNING: This episode...

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S01 Episode 01: Foundation Episode

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S01 Episode 01: Foundation Episode

In the first episode of “Do You Even Lift, Bro? Men Exercising Social Justice,” Jake and Carl will let you know how they approach conversations around social justice. You will also get to know more about Jake and Carl, about their journey through masculinity, and their quirks. Hopefully you’ll keep this in mind as we move forward to talk about how men can do some of the lifting in social justice. https://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/ia601504.us.archive.org/2/items/RadioFoundation_201801/RadioFoundation.mp3Podcast (doyouevenlift): Play in...

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S01 Episode 02: Is The “Man Box” Changing?

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S01 Episode 02: Is The “Man Box” Changing?

Join Jake and Carl as they define and talk about the Man Box. They will discuss the ways in which the Man Box shapes and impacts the expectations of men in the United States. Jake and Carl are joined by Xavier Hadley, a student at Colorado State University, to talk about his experiences with the Man Box and what impacts the Man Box has on him and beyond. They will also ask him about his journey through masculinity and some quick rapid fire questions. Understanding what the man box is and how it impacts us is crucial to men exercising social...

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S01 Episode 03: How does depression show up in men?

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S01 Episode 03: How does depression show up in men?

Jake and Carl talk about how depression can impact men differently. They invite Jeff to join them for the discussion. Jeff a counselor at Colorado State University and brings in expert knowledge that helps Jake and Carl figure out how masculinities and depression come together. You’ll learn from Jeff how depression manifests in men and he’ll tell you strategies on addressing depression both for yourself and other people. The National Suicide Hotline number is 1-800-273-8255. Jake and Carl end the episode with Dillon, a student at Colorado...

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S01 Episode 04: What does intimacy and touch have to do with masculinity?

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S01 Episode 04: What does intimacy and touch have to do with masculinity?

Join Jake and Carl as they think about the ways in which men perform intimacy and how deeply connected it is to oppression and violence. They invite William (who also goes by Will or Willy or any other subset), a Colorado State University student, to talk about his journey through discovering and practicing intimacy. Men understanding and practicing intimacy in one of the more difficult processes for us to exercise social justice. https://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/ia601503.us.archive.org/8/items/RadioIntimacy/RadioIntimacy.mp3Podcast...

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S01 Episode 05: Why is Men in the Movement is mostly White men?

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S01 Episode 05: Why is Men in the Movement is mostly White men?

Join Jake and Carl as they talk about a consistent theme that comes up in male-centric anti-gender-based violence communities: It’s mostly White men who engage in the work. Jake, as a White man, and Carl, as a man of color, dig into the possible nuances and dynamics that play into the struggles of creating a race-inclusive space that focuses on deconstructing gender and gender-based violence. Understanding the complexities of identity is very important for men to exercise social justice....

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