Something Good

Something Good

The bite-sized podcast about anything and everything good - for goodness sake.

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August 10, 2021 18 min

Episode 55 of the Something Good podcast.  An open letter from legendary journalist Dan Rather profiling the incredible courage of Simone Biles.

Dan Rather's Open Letter: https://steady.substack.com/p/a-profile-in-courage

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Episode 54 of the Something Good podcast.  The story of one refugee's very long and arduous road from escaping civil war to compete at the Summer Olympics .

Inspiration for this episode: https://www.dw.com/en/syrian-swimmer-yusra-mardini-provides-message-of-hope-at-olympics/a-58629869

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Episode 53 of the Something Good podcast.  The story of a mathematics professor who shocked the world by winning gold in women's road cycling.

Inspiration for this episode: https://www.cyclingnews.com/features/anna-kiesenhofer-mathematician-amateur-cyclist-olympic-champion/

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Episode 52 of the Something Good podcast.? A quick PSA about the raw and uncurated content we are bombarde with online and how to approach sharing information we find online.

Inspiration for this episode: Welcome to the Internet by Bo Burnham (Warning: Explicit Content) https://youtu.be/k1BneeJTDcU

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July 16, 2021 17 min

Episode 51 of the Something Good podcast.  The truth behind critical race theory and why it is something good for all Americans to understand.

Article cited in the episode: https://www.edweek.org/leadership/what-is-critical-race-theory-and-why-is-it-under-attack/2021/05

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July 13, 2021 18 min

Episode 50 of the Something Good podcast.  The story of 3 men in their 40's and 50's deciding to do something impossible and succeeding.  Proof that no matter how old you are, riding a bicycle is always fun and always Something Good.

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Episode 49 of the Something Good podcast.  The story of Whitney Wolfe Herd, the founder and CEO of Bumble and how she is working to make the internet a kinder and more accountable place one week at a time.

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Episode 48 of the Something Good podcast.  This is the story of a brave young woman who embraced her loss and told a story of fear, and self discovery that lead her to a seat in Harvard University's class of 2025.  And then - she took her story and shared it with millions online to help inspire others to stand out from the crowd. 

Follow Abigail on TikTok @a_vmack 

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Episode 47 of the Something Good podcast.  The story of a slave who became a free man, a master whiskey distiller and the unusual friendship that grew out of whiskey making into a business and eventually became one of the biggest whiskey brands in the world.

For more information on the story of Nathan 'Nearest' Green and to get your hands on a bottle of his namesake whiskey, visit https://www.nearestgreen.com/.

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Episode 46 of the Something Good podcast.  A story about how, saying 'yes' when opportunity come knocking can change your business for the better.

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Episode 45 of the Something Good podcast.  A story about how, in 1969, the unlikely combination of a Mafia run illegal bar and honest cops paved the way for NYC's first gay pride parade and, ultimately, set in motion the chain of events that lead to June being declared Pride Month.

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Episode 44 of the Something Good podcast.  A story about how the American Dream and how a 10 year old refugee is on track to becoming the youngest chess grand master in history. 

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Episode 43 of the Something Good podcast.  A story about how tenacity in the face of adversity and embracing your uniqueness can land you in the Basketball hall of fame without playing in a single game.

Story source and twitter thread: https://twitter.com/JoePompliano/status/1395161877185970180 

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Episode 42 of the Something Good podcast.  A story about vaccines bringing families closer together.

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Episode 41 of the Something Good podcast.  A story about bicycles and empathy in England.

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November 13, 2020 11 min

Episode 40 of the Something Good podcast.  A bite-sized description of the 'what' and the 'why' of single issue voting.

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September 18, 2020 13 min

Episode 39 of the Something Good podcast.  A bite-sized description of the 'what' and the 'why' of The US Census.

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August 25, 2020 20 min

Episode 38 of the Something Good podcast.  A bite-sized description of the 'what' and the 'why' of Corporate Values.

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June 19, 2020 12 min

Episode 37 of the Something Good podcast.  A bite-sized description of the 'what' and the 'why' of Juneteenth.

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Episode 36 of the Something Good podcast.  A bite-sized description of the 'what' and the 'why' of Understanding History - The War On Drugs.

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