Are you wanting to learn more about multicultural education ? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best multicultural education podcasts of 2021.
We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.
We are always keen to hear your feedback, if we have missed a podcast, tweet us @MagazineWelp and we will check it out!
Best Multicultural Education Podcasts 2021
A Seat at the Table
- Publisher: Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance
- Total Episodes: 7
A Seat at the Table is a podcast from the Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance. It offers a unique view of Cultural Intelligence and its importance to the workplace. With a goal of understanding the cultural differences and the uniqueness within multicultural communities, each episode takes the listener through first-hand experiences with topics such as: – Anti-Racism Behavior for Business – An Industry Call to Action for Diversity & Inclusion – Black Leadership Perspectives Each episode ends with practical, actionable advice on how you can communicate effectively with people from multicultural backgrounds. A Seat at the Table is hosted by Gerald “Gerry” A. Fernandez, the founder and President of the MFHA, an educational non-profit organization that makes the business case for developing cultural intelligence in the workplace. Gerry has been recognized for his decades of work in educating and advocating for the business benefits of cultural diversity and inclusion in the foodservice & hospitality industry. Gerry was honored in the Nation’s Restaurant News 2018 Power List among “the definitive list of industry leaders who are not only setting trends today but also shaping them for tomorrow.” Learn more about the MFHA, their resources, and available training at https://mfha.net
Coloring the Melody
- Publisher: Darlene and Nora
- Total Episodes: 12
Female music teachers of color discussing the realities of life and aiming to break the “norm” in education. Our mission is contributing a different voice in topics such as music, education, faith, and multiculturalism.
- Publisher: Cecile Edwards
- Total Episodes: 4
Evolve Education discusses an array of topics in education: Including history of education and shifts in education through time, social emotional learning, justice and education, etc., educators of color, values in education, multicultural education, neuroscience, etc. March with me through my musings and with my powerful guests – will you?! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/evolveeducation/support
Strat.i.jee W/ Levi Harrell Podcast
- Publisher: Levi Harrell
- Total Episodes: 11
Levi W. Harrell is an unorthodox, cutting-edge, creative, spontaneous, and passionate leader. In just a short amount of time his teachings, and reach has crossed national, international, and multicultural lines. He makes it his duty to bridge gaps and discuss topics that range in many areas such as business, education, government, religion, health, entrepreneurship, and more. It is very hard to ascribe a label to Levi because when you do, he will purposely rip it off. His only focus is to be true to himself, true to the moment, and true to you. This podcast will be one filled with beneficial content, fun filled laughs, and strategies for success in all areas of your life. To find out more about Levi Harrell visit www.LeviHarrellEnt.com | @LeviHarrell (Social Media) Also, purchase his book “Young Sir: 12 Principles For Becoming A Man of Character, Commitment, and Courage” at Amazon.com now.
Chattin’ With the Girlz
- Publisher: Be A Girl Like Me! Inc.
- Total Episodes: 14
Chattin’ With the Girlz is a podcast produced and initiated by the Founders of Be A Girl Like Me! Inc. (a 501c(3) Christian and multicultural non-profit that sheds a positive light upon what girls should strive to be). This podcast was initiated for teens and young adults to learn, laugh, and love life. The Mobley Girls discuss education, relationships, college, and a variety of topics while offering advice and guidance for those who need the tools. Feel free to subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, and Youtube and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Website: https://beagirllikeme.wordpress.com/
Arthur Mervyn by Charles Brockden Brown
- Publisher: Loyal Books
- Total Episodes: 48
Kicked out of his parental home by his scheming young stepmother, a young country boy, Arthur Mervyn arrives in Philadelphia. Here he finds the city in the throes of a deadly yellow-fever epidemic. However, he finds a small job as a clerk and is determined to make his way in the world. He soon discovers that his employer is a con man and a murderer. One night, Arthur helps him dispose of a body in the river. While they’re struggling with the corpse, the employer is swept away by the current… If you haven’t encountered American Gothic before, Arthur Mervyn by Charles Brockden Brown is a great introduction to this genre. Originally published in two parts, the novel is set in the turbulent, crime ridden and disease prone Philadelphia of 1793. Arthur Mervyn was published in 1799 and 1800 respectively. It reflects several aspects of the age in which Brockden Brown wrote the aftermath of the French Revolution was still being felt in America. The Reign of Terror, which dismantled the class system and the violent Slave Rebellion in Haiti with its elimination of slavery on the island nation were viewed with increasing fear and insecurity in America. Seen in the light of these events, writers like Charles Brockden Brown used plot devices and characters that evoked mystery and terror to great effect. Though he is little known today, Charles Brockden Brown was one of the pioneers of the early American novel, on par with James Fenimore Cooper. Born in a wealthy Philadelphia Quaker family, Brown initially took up the study of law. However, he soon became part of the Friendly Club, a group of New York intellectuals. He gradually began to publish essays and short pieces in various journals and newspapers. At this time, he was also heavily influenced by writers like Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (Frankenstein) and from 1798-1801 he published a series of Gothic novels characterized by motifs like sleepwalking, religious mania, violence, drama and intellectual complexity. Always known as a “writer’s writer” Brown’s work is only now being recognized and given its due. The book reflects the multicultural mix of America, with its diverse range of characters from different cultural backgrounds. One of the interesting things about this book is that the disease of Yellow Fever itself is almost a character in the novel. It symbolizes a disembodied force that attacks people regardless of their race or socioeconomic status and scholars of Brown’s works liken it to the impact of print media on a hitherto unlettered populace. Arthur Mervyn is indeed a valuable and educational read not to be missed. Kicked out of his parental home by his scheming young stepmother, a young country boy, Arthur Mervyn arrives in Philadelphia. Here he finds the city in the throes of a deadly yellow-fever epidemic. However, he finds a small job as a clerk and is determined to make his way in the world. He soon discovers that his employer is a con man and a murderer. One night, Arthur helps him dispose of a body in the river. While they’re struggling with the corpse, the employer is swept away by the current… If you haven’t encountered American Gothic before, Arthur Mervyn by Charles Brockden Brown is a great introduction to this genre. Originally published in two parts, the novel is set in the turbulent, crime ridden and disease prone Philadelphia of 1793. Arthur Mervyn was published in 1799 and 1800 respectively. It reflects several aspects of the age in which Brockden Brown wrote the aftermath of the French Revolution was still being felt in America. The Reign of Terror, which dismantled the class system and the violent Slave Rebellion in Haiti with its elimination of slavery on the island nation were viewed with increasing fear and insecurity in America. Seen in the light of these events, writers like Charles Brockden Brown used plot devices and characters that evoked mystery and terror to great effect…
Islam in the West – Audio
- Publisher: The Open University
- Total Episodes: 40
This course is designed to stimulate informed debate about the role of Islam in western societies. Issues explored include the diversity of western Muslim populations and leaders; the role of the media; Muslim education and social and political engagement; and the politics of multiculturalism. Controversial Muslim intellectual, Tariq Ramadan provides a challenging insider’s perspective on the issues discussed, plus other interviews with authors, critics and Muslim community leaders. The course will be of particular relevance to teachers, social workers, police and health professionals. This material is taken from The Open University Course AD252 Islam in the West: the Politics of Co-existence.
Multicultural Youth Radio on 2XX
- Publisher: 2XX 98.3FM
- Total Episodes: 39
The multicultural youth program broadcasts the voices of a vibrant segment of the Canberra community who face many challenges. The voices are those of youth who have migrated to Canberra from a foreign country in difficult circumstances, and who are facing the many cultural and social challenges of adjusting to and integrating with the culture of their new home, combined with the everyday challenges facing adolescents, such as choices about values, education and questions about their identity and pathways for their future. Significantly, these youth are looking for ways to engage with and contribute to community life. We welcome feedback so feel free to email us your thoughts, questions and requests at [email protected].
- Publisher: Haley Reyes
- Total Episodes: 1
Cultural Curriculum Chat with Jebeh Edmunds
- Publisher: Jebeh Edmunds
- Total Episodes: 13
Looking for a fun, authentic podcast that helps you learn how to incorporate Multicultural Education? Are you stuck in finding inspiration for creating a more inclusive classroom community? This podcast is designed to help you get inspired by knowledgeable resources, tips, and insightful humor with educator Jebeh Edmunds.
Arqus Knowledge Pills
- Publisher: Arqus European University Alliance
- Total Episodes: 4
Bergen, Granada, Graz, Leipzig, Lyon, Padua and Vilnius together are Arqus, an Alliance that specifically focuses on people. On students, researchers, teachers and everyone who works in European higher education. Together we want to build a multicultural, multilingual and inclusive Europe that is ready for all the challenges to come. How do we want to do that? Well, join in and listen. This is the Arqus podcast. This is “Arqus Knowledge Pills”. Hosted by Gerhild Leljak and Pietro Osti.
Tomorrow Is Mine
- Publisher: Trevor Jackson
- Total Episodes: 47
‘Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today’ – Malcolm X. Tomorrow Is Mine is a podcast where tertiary students and recent graduates share their life experiences and their hopes for the opportunities that may lie ahead. These students have travelled from all over the world to study on the Gold Coast, an emerging global and multicultural city whose students represent more than 130 different nationalities. Many of these students have undertaken remarkable journeys to study in this idyllic coastal destination for an education that will allow them to fulfil their dreams. The future belongs to them.
- Publisher: Transforming Perceptions
- Total Episodes: 39
Transforming Perceptions offers a range of views on subjects that may have direct or indirect links to social, emotional and mental well-being and aims to promote de-stigmatisation of mental illness in the community, especially for people of multicultural, migrant and refugee backgrounds. Discussion links self-care and mental well-being with issues including mental health research, health, education, life style choices, or to activities such as gardening, yoga, meditation or spirituality. The opinions expressed on the show are not necessarily those of the Transforming Perceptions team.
University of Johannesburg
- Publisher: University of Johannesburg
- Total Episodes: 9
Vibrant, multicultural and dynamic, the University of Johannesburg (UJ) shares the pace and energy of cosmopolitan Johannesburg, the city whose name it carries. Proudly South African, the university is alive down to its African roots, and well-prepared for its role in actualising the potential that higher education holds for the continent’s development. UJ has transformed into a diverse, inclusive, transformational and collegial institution, with a student population of over 50 000, of which more than 3000 are international students from 80 countries. This makes UJ one of the largest contact universities in South Africa (SA) from the 26 public universities that make up the higher education system. The phenomenal success story of the University is one that has surprised critics and won over sceptics. Since its establishment in 2005, and under the bold and visionary leadership of its first Vice Chancellor and Principal, Professor Ihron Rensburg, the University has had a remarkable journey with major accomplishments in transformation, equity, access, and Pan African and global excellence.
- Publisher: Fighting Words
- Total Episodes: 2
Saaz Sahgal, Mahind Rao, Andrea Rossettini, and Manek Shah are a group of close friends from Singapore who have each had a uniquely multicultural upbringing and education. Discussing everything from clubbing to capital markets, this podcast has something for everyone. Whether you’re here for the banter, or for an understanding into our perspectives, or maybe just to catch up with what we’ve been up to in the past few years, we hope you take away some entertainment from our podcast!
In front of the Bookshelf with MaBrennan
- Publisher: M.A. Brennan
- Total Episodes: 1
Weekly discussion series focusing on various topics within Education, including; Philosophy, Mythology, Veteran’s Rights, Veteran’s Education, Multicultural Education, LGBTq Theory in Education
- Publisher: alexis
- Total Episodes: 1
Here is where we explore multicultural education and all who are included. Cover art photo provided by Aaron Burden on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@aaronburden
- Publisher: Rebecca J.
- Total Episodes: 11
A podcast about multiculturalism.Here I welcome people who have in one way or experienced the consequences of evolving in different cultures. Whether that’s from their education, their hobbies, or their professional life we discover through quirky stories how they navigated through these experienced and how these shape them today. Random talk, global perspective. I hope you enjoy ! — Some episodes in French others in English —
- Publisher: Ghettomedz9
- Total Episodes: 4
The mission of GhettoMedz9 is to serve as an educational and multicultural resource in the Johannesburg community and the rest of South Africa at large. We seek to provide a community-oriented meeting place that promotes multicultural education and awareness with a SPECIAL emphasis on the contributions of our people to literature, history, music, art, and the sciences etc…
Racism is Real in Ireland – Nearcast
- Publisher: Racism is Real in Ireland – Nearcast
- Total Episodes: 6
RACISM IS REAL IN IRELAND is a series of 6 podcasts that examines the effect of racism on African migrants in Ireland. There are six topics for discussion including integration, education, employment, diversity, hate speech/hate crime and multiculturalism. The beauty of each podcast is the African migrants are given the unique platform to share their personal experiences without restriction or fear of reprisals. They examine racism and its devastating effect on their well-being! They represent the visible migrants, the new Irish Africans. Their unique voices are recorded as they express their brush with racism daily. At the end of each podcast, recommendations are made to inspire and encourage economic, social and political growth of the Irish society as they work together with the New Communities. These podcasts support the on going campaign and petitions to establish the Hate Crime Law in Ireland the only country in Europe without this law. This podcast is researched and presented by Mary Oyediran with the support of NearCast and the African Centre of Ireland.