A podcast about LGBTQ+community what problems they are facing in life and is our society will ready to accept them ?
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We are human beings. We take a lot of things from the world around us, just like any other living creature. But when we speak about this taking, we say things like "the world gave us" the thing we took. No other species of animal has this need to look good and claim that they are so amazing that nature gives them things. I made an audio essay on this phenomenon for an old podcast and am reproducing it here.
Germany was seduced by stories into starting not one but two World Wars. Because of this, in the aftermath of their "20th century double blunder", the Germans had to rely on a kind of anti-hero approach to stories. This audio essay is about Herophobia - the fear of heroes. And it is about how best to avoid it.
Presenting recitations of some of my Ghazals. Available on Spotify, Google Podcasts, etc
Alongside the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 this past year, we’ve seen the proliferation of disinformation on social media. This parallel epidemic, what the WHO calls an infodemic, has thwarted efforts to control the pandemic around the world. Some of the most vulnerable people and countries have been the targets of these campaigns.
I am what a lot of people have termed a 'pandemic graduate' having completed my studies in the year 2020 and started my journey as a professional. Well... to be honest, my journey has mostly consisted of a lot of online courses, internships and failed exercise routines. "Professional journey": Coming soon (hopefully)
By now most people know that SARS-CoV-2 is a virus that emerged from an animal host. Zoonotic transmission is when pathogens spillover from animals into humans.
I am largely not too optimistic about what is being called social audio - Clubhouse, Twitter Spaces, and the upcoming Facebook Audio Rooms.
The arrival of vaccines has put the end of the pandemic in sight. But the end of the pandemic might not mean the end of SARS-CoV-2.
In August 2020, Russia became the first country to develop a COVID vaccine, Sputnik V. But the reasons for their accelerated launch weren’t just for humanitarian purposes.
COVID has amplified the economic, racial, and gender disparities that already exist in our country. But it’s also given policy-makers an opportunity to make positive changes that will prevail beyond the pandemic.
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Rural America’s vaccine rollout has bucked expectations. A recent survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation found that four in 10 rural Americans reported getting at least their first dose of vaccine. That’s compared to three in 10 in urban and suburban areas.
IPL Day 6.Another day, another close game at the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, and another batting collapse.
Black Americans are twice as likely to die from COVID as white Americans. Despite this, polls show that African-Americans are less interested in receiving the vaccine than other groups. But for people of color who do want the vaccine, inequities in U.S. healthcare are making access to vaccines more difficult.
(Podcast produced by Studio41 in association with Design Pataki)
When President Biden signed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue plan in March, a third round of stimulus checks went out to American citizens. But for some of the people most in need, that money will never come.
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