Podcasts and radio can be excellent, timely sources for students of antiracism.
A podcast is kind of like radio on demand. It's a discrete downloadable recording of a pre-recorded show -- often a talk show, and often part of series -- created for a niche audience.
A radio show is usually broadcast live at a specific time and designed for mass appeal. Live radio is more spontaneous than podcasts and generally cannot be edited once broadcast.
Here's an Audio and Podcasting Fact Sheet from the Pew Research Center if you'd like to know more.
New to podcasts? Here's a 2 minute video tutorial: "How to Subscribe to a Podcast on your Iphone"
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Below we recommend podcasts related to antiracism. We look forward to your recommendations as well.
Many radio station websites offer a variety of audio choices to listeners, including schedules and links to their regular live shows, recorded broadcasts that are not necessarily podcasts, and actual podcasts.
Local Bay Area stations which do this include KPFA, KQED radio and others.
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