Salamone

Salamone

Artist, Activist, Journalist, Musician, Political Consultant Michael Salamone's internet chat show is sometimes serious, sometimes funny, sometimes random. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy... Show More

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February 25, 2021 60 min
[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] Michael Salamone chats with Evan Greer about her new album, "Spotify Is Surveillance," her work with Fight for the Future and all things Surveillance Capitalism. Evan Greer is a trans/genderqueer activist singer/songwriter, parent, and organizer based in Boston. She writes and performs high-energy acoustic songs that inspire hope, build community, and incite resistance. Evan tours ...
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February 16, 2021 60 min
[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] Michael Salamone chats with Jen Winston, (aka @jenerous on https://twitter.com/jenerous (Twitter) & https://instagram.com/jenerous (Instagram)) a writer, creator, and bisexual social media influencer living in Brooklyn. She runs a feminist social platform with over 190,000 followers, which she started after the 2016 US election to share memes that helped her stay mad. The platform ...
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February 10, 2021 54 min
[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] Michael Salamone chats with the Ben half of Ben & Jerry's, Ben Cohen, about his and Jerry Greenfield's new project, https://michaelsalamone.com/wp-admin/campaigntoendqualifiedimmunity.org (campaigntoendqualifiedimmunity.org). Qualified immunity is a ruling by the Supreme Court that requires lower court judges to ignore whether any laws were broken and dismiss the case, UNLESS a...
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February 2, 2021 64 min
[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] Michael Salamone chats with candidate for Congress in NY's 9th, Isiah James about the issues of the day. Mr. James is an Army veteran, housing advocate, activist and says he is running for Congress because "corporate greed has devastated our environment, put profit above basic human rights, and allowed us to be goaded into senseless wars for profit." Isiah says, "the people...
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January 28, 2021 59 min
[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] Michael Salamone chats with Malaika Jabali, a public policy attorney, writer, and activist whose work has appeared in Essence, Teen Vogue, The New Republic, Vox, The Root, The Intercept, and The Guardian where she is a columnist. Her writing on race and politics has led to appearances on NPR, BBC Radio, The Michael Brooks Show, among others. We discuss a host of issues, including represent...
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January 21, 2021 72 min
[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] Michael Salamone catches up with friend and host of Tim Black TV, Tim Black. Tea is spilled. Watch Tim on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/TimsTakeLive (@TimsTakeLive) and follow him on Twitter https://twitter.com/RealTimBlack (@RealTimBlack.) Check out Michael's new FREE music streaming service at https://bloopidy.com (Bloopidy.com). Don’t forget to subscribe to THIS podcast ...
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January 12, 2021 72 min
[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] Michael Salamone chats with friend, author, activist, journalist, mom and all-about-that-work champion Anoa Changa about the whirlwind of the first two weeks of 2021. From the GA elections, to the Capitol insurrection, to so much more, is it 2021 or 2020 won? Anoa Changa is an activist based in Atlanta, GA who was politically activated in West Virginia. As a podcaster and journalist, Anoa ...
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How does Michael Salamone wrap up the horror show that was the year 2020? He invites his friend who became a best selling Horror author in 2020 to run it all down with him. Kyle Burnett is a long-time friend and friend of this show. He is an author, speaker, and leadership development coach in Denver, Colorado. In his 22 years in the safety and security field, Kyle lead teams protecting some of the most prodigious locations as well...
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December 22, 2020 13 min
[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] Michael Salamone talks about solidarity in left circles, from the heart. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Support this podcast
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[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] Michael Salamone chats with trauma expert Prof. Anthony Zenkus about seasonal depression coupled with COVID depression, how to balance empathy and mental health, and more. Prof. Anthony Zenkus teaches at Columbia & Adelphi Universities Schools of Social Work in NY. He is a social worker, Ted Talker, educator and trauma expert who has trained over 1,000 judges on trauma, managed rape cr...
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[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] Michael Salamone chats about Joe Biden's cabinet picks thus far with Daily Poster editor Andrew Perez and The Discourse podcast's John MacDonald. Super friends or Legion of Doom? Even though the potential cabinet list isn't complete, there is a lot to cover and they do their best to run it all down in under an hour. Who are these nominees and appointments? What do they stand fo...
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[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] Michael Salamone and Benjamin Dixon catch up by chatting about religion, politics, AI, algorithms, SciFi and more. Referenced several times is https://www.alleywatch.com/2020/01/the-singularity-is-a-death-wish-against-silicon-valleys-futurism/ (this article) on the Singularity by Aidan Goltra, which inspired this conversation to be had. Benjamin Dixon is host of https://www.youtube.com/cha...
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November 24, 2020 16 min
[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] We're not supposed to gather for Thanksgiving, so Michael didn't even do so virtually. In this short episode, Michael explains why he doesn't normally celebrate Thanksgiving anyhow, but how and why gratitude is so very important to him just the same. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Support this podcast
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[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] With so much disinformation going around surrounding election integrity in the United States, Michael Salamone chats with his friend John MacDonald, who has studied the issue extensively. The two explore the claims being made by the GOP regarding the 2020 Presidential election in comparison to real election integrity issues including voting machine manufacturers, black-box machines, voter ...
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[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] Michael Salamone chats with Wendi Muse, founder of Left POCket Project about her work studying historical leftists of color and Black led leftist movements in context of the 2020 election results. Wendi Muse is a PhD candidate at NYU in history, specifically studying Black and Brown leftist movements. Through her Left POCket Project she aims to educate others on these topics through a read...
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[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] Michael Salamone chats with author Tara Reade and Prof. Anthony Zenkus about Tara's new book, "Left Out: When the Truth Doesn't Fit In" detailing her experiences as a sexual assault victim while an aide to then Senator Joe Biden, her experiences trying to come forward, enduring character assassination, and trying to navigate the road to recovering from trauma. Tara Reade is...
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[podcast_subscribe id="23590"] Michael Salamone is joined by the show's most frequent guest, Rev. Quincy Worthington, to reboot the podcast and talk about looming violence in America and the need for mutual aid. Referenced in the episode is a Buzzfeed article about the Political Stress Index in coalition to economic injustice and contrasted to the build up to the Civil War. That piece can be found https://www.buzzfe...
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May 23, 2017 13 min
Nobody invited Michael Salamone to give a commencement speech, but he's going to give one anyway. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Support this podcast
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Michael Salamone has a rant about the current hub-bub in indie media circles. (the elephant in the room: indie media pissing match) .   This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Support this podcast
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March 28, 2017 57 min
On this episode of Salamone, Michael Salamone chats with activist/organizer Stacey Hopkins about the state of the Revolution and musician Matt Redington shares a song. . This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Support this podcast
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