Code Switch

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Ethnic Studies, Social Sciences

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Talking about race, gender, ethnicity, identity, and many complex topics common in the 21st century can be exhausting and scary. It can be much harder if you don’t think you have any allies. “Code Switch” from National Public Radio (NPR) wants to be an ally. This show covers topics from the legacy of lynchings of African Americans in modern American life to covert forms of anti-Semitism in popular culture.

Speak English With ESLPod

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A podcast for intermediate and advanced English learners that teaches daily conversational English as well as U.S. culture. It is hosted by two former professors of applied linguistics and education.

Tumble Science Podcast for Kid‪s‬

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Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Geology, Natural Sciences, Physics, Science

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Tumble is a science podcast created to be enjoyed by the entire family and explores stories of science and discovery. The podcast is hosted and produced by Lindsay Patterson (science and journalist) & Marshall Escamilla (teacher).

Philosophize This!

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Stephen West
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History, Social Sciences, Social Studies

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Philosophize This! is a podcast discussing the people and events throughout history that shaped our current philosophical ideas. When listened to in chronological order, the thinkers and ideas that forged the world we live in are broken down and explained, starting with the earliest recorded philosophers. Some of the philosophers discussed in this podcast include: John Locke, Descartes, Socrates, and many more notable figures.

The Past and The Curious

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Kids Listen
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History, Humanities, Music, Social Sciences, Social Studies

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The Past and The Curious is a history podcast for kids and families! This amusing podcast features people telling interesting, little-known stories from history with an emphasis on fun and humor. Although it’s not specifically a music podcast, each episode contains an often-silly song that’s sure to get stuck in your head. There’s even a quiz segment, so kids will always learn something!