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The Social Primate Podcast

The Social Primate Podcast

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An introspective podcast on cultural self reflection and the human experience, as told by a primate. — Featuring conversations that explore a multitude of topics including: culture, society, activism, technology and more. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/social-primate-podcast/support
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Primatentalk

Primatentalk

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Dir ist Eckhard von Hirschhausen zu ARD, du bist aber trotzdem der Meinung, dass Comedy und Medizin zusammen gehören wie Impfgegner und Aluhüte? Na dann hör den beiden frisch examinierten Ärzten und Omegaäffchen Marv und Jonas doch einfach mal beim Quatsch labern mit medizinischen Einflüssen zu. In diesem Sinne: Willkommen im Dschungel der Ahnungslosigkeit! *Übrigens: Wir geben keine ärztlichen Ratschläge. Dieser Podcast soll unterhalten und informieren. Wenn ihr ein medizinisches Problem ha ...
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Primatech Files Podcast

Southgate Media Group

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Lilith and Ricky do Recaps and Analysis on the all things Heroes - and News, Recaps and Predictions on Heroes Reborn. Primatech Files podcast is part of the Southgate Media Group - follow them on twitter @SMGPods, like them on facebook facebook.com/southgatemediagroup and check out their website http://www.southgatemediagroup.com for blogs and to learn more about all the shows and hosts.
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The PrimateCast

Andrew MacIntosh

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The PrimateCast features conversations with renowned primatologists, wildlife scientists, conservationists and other professional animal enthusiasts about the processes and products of their work. The PrimateCast is hosted and produced by Dr. Andrew MacIntosh of Kyoto University's Wildlife Research Center and is brought to you by the Center for International Collaboration and Advanced Studies in Primatology (CICASP), based at Kyoto University's Center for the Evolutionary Origins of Human Be ...
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Raising Primates

Megan McCue

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Raising Primates is a podcast interested in the intersection of culture and parenting practices around the world. We'll explore our past as a species, as well as cultures around the world today, in hopes of making sense of this thing we call "parenting". Join us for interviews with anthropologists, social scientists, and other researchers/authors as we discover where we came from and where we're going. Become a PATREON to support our efforts: www.patreon.com/raisingprimates Visit us online: ...
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The Pondering Primates Podcast

UoE AthHumSecSoc

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Founded in 2018, the Pondering Primates podcast is a series of conversations about issues in philosophy, politics, religion, reason, and much else besides. It is brought to you by students of the University of Edinburgh Atheist, Humanist, and Secularist Society. The podcast's very own Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ponderingprimates/. Read the page details for information on the team and more! All views the hosts'/guests' own, not necessarily the Society's.
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The Healthy Primate Podcast

Kolby Kolibas

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Welcome to The On The Go Audio Experiment! (Formerly The Healthy Primate Podcast) As The Healthy Primate Podcast continued to evolved, it is only fair that the content and show do the same. We welcome you to the new flow and focus. The purpose of this podcast is to feature the stories, trials, success, failures and motivation by some of the worlds best. It also showcases my growth as a business owner, best selling author, father and husband. You will get long form episodes as well as small b ...
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In this episode, we dive deep with Dr. Jorge Leal, a cultural and urban historian and founder of Rock Archivo LA, an archive of Southern California’s Latinx Youth and Musical Cultures, to uncover how Rock Español and its LA based derivative: Rock Angelino has shaped cultural identities and empowered working-class communities of color. Jorge shares …
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Step into the heart of Chicano identity with Ernesto Ayala, Vice Chair of La Raza Unida, in this episode of the Social Primate. We explore the significance of cultural connection and identity within Chicano and Mexican-American communities, and we ask you to think about the following: What does cultural connection mean to you? Why should we care ab…
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In this week's episode, we delve into the impactful work of the late Dr. Roberto ‘Cintli’ Rodríguez, alongside Ivette Boyzo with La Raza Database Project. This project aims to accurately document Latinos killed by U.S. law enforcement. During our conversation, we dissect Roberto Camacho's insightful article "The Heavy Toll" on Palabra and shed a mu…
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*This episode was originally aired on April 2, 2024 on KQBH-LP Los Angeles CA 101.5FM* In this week's episode we delve deep with Nathan Castellanos, author of Salted Plastic: Tales of Gentrification into the stories that inspired his books and exploring the gritty realities of gentrification and those that lead it; uncovering the intricate layers o…
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*This episode was originally aired on March 19, 2024 on KQBH-LP Los Angeles CA 101.5FM* In this episode, we delved into the multifaceted work of Iris De Anda, author of Codeswitch: Fires from Mi Corazon and Roots of Redemption: You have No Right to Remain Silent - as we explore themes of identity, culture, and resistance. We discussed her journey i…
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***Content Warning: Listener discretion is advised. If you or someone you know is affected by the topics discussed, please seek appropriate support resources.*** In this week's episode, I'm joined by Cindy "Cindita" Macias, an interdisciplinary artist whose personal and creative journey has led her to moments of self-determination through art and t…
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*This episode was originally aired on March 12, 2024 on KQBH-LP Los Angeles CA 101.5FM*In this episode of the podcast I am joined by Alejandro Vicencio, a creative and artist based out of Southeast Los Angeles. We discuss the creative journey and the evolution of the ego and self through the arts. Music is brought to you by Silvandgold ft. Taelor G…
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In this week’s episode I am joined by filmmaker and director Iz Gutierrez as we explore the captivating narrative behind his film "They Call Us Sediciosos." We uncover the true events that inspired Gutierrez's film, shedding light on the haunting lynching and deaths of individuals of Mexican descent in 1910s/1920s Texas—a poignant reflection of the…
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In this episode Gabriel Enamorado, Executive Director of Stay Arts, a creative organization dedicated to empowering communities in Southeast Los Angeles (and beyond) through the arts joins me to discuss the vital importance of bringing creative spaces and resources to local communities, especially in ethnically diverse areas like SELA.Through Stay …
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In this episode of the podcast I am joined by Viva Padilla; poet, author and founder of @re.arte.la and @sincesarmagazine as we catch up on her community and creative work in Boyle Heights and beyond — we discussed the ongoing resistance to the gentrification of Boyle Heights and the value of nurturing community spaces for critical thinking, collab…
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In this week's episode I am joined by Matt Sedillo, author of "Mowing Leaves of Grass" and "City on the Second Floor" and the literary director of the Mexican Cultural Institute of Los Angeles and National Coordinator for the World Poetry Movement of the United States. And in this conversation we discuss and examine societal norms and advocate for …
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In this weeks episode, zooming in from Amsterdam; I am joined by Raul Gonzalez, and since 1998, the creative force behind Mictlan Murals. We delved into the transformative power of public art in shaping youth identity and fostering a sense of community by reclaiming public spaces and breaking down perpetuating narratives — pushing for art that prom…
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We delve firsthand into the positive impact of SELA creatives with David, founder of Nightflare, emphasizing our newfound responsibility for creating positive change. We explore efforts that uplift and improve neighborhoods, shedding light on the transformative influence of events like the SELA Arts Festival and the potential of the SELA Cultural C…
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In this week’s episode I am joined by Janette Villafaña, a multi-award winning journalist at L.A Taco, as we discuss the crucial role in amplifying the voices and challenges faced by street food vendors and addressing their unique struggle — by fostering awareness, advocacy, and community empowerment. Including the most recent updates on the Justic…
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This week I’m joined by Dan Chambers (@clfca) as we discuss the bail system, its unequal impact on communities of color and low income families, the crucial role of legal representation in navigating these complex systems and some “recent updates” on the Justice 8. KEY INFORMATION 🔑 for anyone who ever is in need of legal help. This weeks music is …
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Roberto Camacho, an award winning journalist from San Diego joins me to discuss the path to social reform, systematic accountability and the relentless struggle for cultural preservation — in an age of misinformation and social change. Music is brought to you by The Darkroom - Bandoleer, their latest release. Make sure to show support by hitting th…
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The last episode of 2023! In this episode, J.T the L.A Storyteller, joins me to discuss the essence of community empowerment and using the power of storytelling to uplift our neighborhoods and the profound impact it can have on shaping the cultural fabric of Los Angeles. Music brought to you by Chop the Father - "Best Shot" ft. NVY Jones and DFD Ba…
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In this weeks episode, Jag Arreola joins me in a discussion on activism and the many forms it takes. We emphasized the need to educate and connect with our cultural identity to better understand indoctrination and the role it plays and the start to a path of self-decolonization, at home and abroad. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spoti…
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In this week’s episode Tetris, a muralist and artists, joins me to talk about creating community through art, the importance of injecting color into our cities, and providing an accessible creative place through SELA Arts Center for anybody looking to delve into the creative within. Music brought to you by Apollo Naps with “Forward”. Check out and …
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In this week's episode, Dr. Rick Strassman, a clinical psychiatrist and author of "DMT: The Spirit Molecule," "The Psychedelic Handbook," and others, joins me to discuss the early influence and impact, then and now, of his research in the early '90s on DMT—a powerful psychedelic capable of mind-bending experiences. Music brought to you by Mindreade…
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In today’s installment of the podcast, I’m really excited to share a fascinating conversation I had with Dr. Tecumseh Fitch about the evolution of cognition and communication. Tecumseh Fitch is Professor of Cognitive Biology at the University of Vienna where he co-founded the Department of Cognitive Biology and plays a leading role in the radically…
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In this weeks episode ihateyoualx joins me to talk about surrounding yourself with people who can influence your individualistic and professional growth, and using fear to fuel your creative drive. Music is brought to you by ihateyoualx with his latest release “Sativa” show some love and support on all platforms! --- Support this podcast: https://p…
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The fellas from Chicano Shuffle joined me on this episode and it’s one you DO NOT WANT TO MISS! A hilarious conversation about getting jacked, electric scooter adventures, rancho science and moments that we all share in one way or another. Music brought to you by Bad Hombres - “El Catrin”--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/…
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This week we have Oscar and Rob, founders of My Grito Industries a Chicano run Record Label for Art, Podcasts, Cultura y Mas! —- And in this episode, they both share their journey of navigating the ins and out of creating a cultural haven for artists of all backgrounds, being Chicanos and what that means at a personal level. A great episode you don…
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For this episode, I sat down in the studio with evolutionary anthropologist Dr. Laura Buck in the Research Centre for Evolutionary Anthropology and Palaeoecology of Liverpool John Moores University. Dr. Susumu Tomiya of CICASP also joined the conversation. After waxing on the plausibility that some ancient hominins in cold climates might have hiber…
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On this episode of the Social Primate, Jaime Mayorquin and Jesenia Chavez, hosts of ¿Que Me Cuentas? A Latinx Storytelling Podcast, joined me to discuss several important themes related to the power of storytelling within our communities by emphasizing the need for platforms that provide representation and access to authentic stories that are often…
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In today’s lecture, Dr. Paula Pebsworth joined us from her home in Texas to give a lecture titled “You never know where life will take you: an interdisciplinary and unconventional path”. This lecture was extra special for me, because Paula and I were grad students together at Kyoto University’s Primate Research Institute over a decade ago, both und…
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An episode about conspiracy theories, urban myths, and the psychology of belief as we delve into a conversation with Marvin “Knife” Sotelo this week on the Social Primate Podcast. Knife discusses his involvement in the world of horror films, providing behind the scenes into the process of bringing terrifying stories to life on the big screen. Addit…
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In a this podcast episode of the Social Primate, Ome of Calmecac Tezcatlipoca started a unique journey where history, martial arts, and cultural preservation intersects. Ome's deep passion for bridging the gap between the past and the present was at the heart of our discussion, particularly in recognizing the absence of indigenous martial arts. His…
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In this episode of the Social Primate, Emmanuel Carrera of YIPPS, a collective bringing community and live music to the streets of LA and Joshua Tree, and I sat down outside of Cruzita's Cafe to talk about the upcoming off-grid festival celebrating DIY culture full of live music and camping; disconnecting from our everyday routine to reconnect with…
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Una conversacion CHINGONA! *Spanglish Edition* This week I had the honor to talk to Chencha Berrinches, a ska band that has been creating cultural waves in music since 1996. We delved deep into conversation about the profound importance of not just creating culture but also being catalysts in its transformation, inspiring along the way, and reflect…
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In today’s origin story, Dr. Colin Chapman joined us over Zoom from his home on Vancouver Island to talk about, quote, “A Few Fun Things I have Learned Studying Primates". Colin Chapman has a whole bunch of titles that are worth a quick once over: he is a Killam Research Fellow, a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, a fellow at Humboldt Foundati…
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In this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with the multi-talented artist Rafael Cardenas, whose creative process from poetry to hip hop, theater to film, photography and hosting Dancng Sobr has left an imprint in LA culture. He emphasized the importance of "doing the reps" stressing the importance of consistent practice for skill development.…
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In this episode of The PrimateCast origins, we’re sharing a lecture from primatologist and cognitive ethologist, Patricia Izar from the University of São Paulo. Pat is one of the eminent Latin American primatologists, and along with her close friends and colleagues Drs. Dorothy Fragaszy and Elisabetta Visalberghi - see episode #68 for more on this …
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In this episode, Melina Aguilar, host of Te Quiero Mosh! a weekly radio show on KQBH 101.5fm, joins us as our guest. Melina takes us on a fascinating journey through the origin story of Te Quiero Mosh, offering a behind-the-scenes look at its evolution and growth.Melina doesn't hold back when discussing the relatable moments of anxiety that creep i…
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In this episode, we're joined by Elmer Argueta, a photographer who shares his journey of embracing creative risks for both personal and professional growth. Tune in to discover how he not only honed valuable skills but also stayed true to his roots by enriching his and communities alike through his work. Music is brought to you by The Paranoias - “…
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In this week’s episode I am joined by the one and only Daniele Bolelli – a professor, author, and the creative genius behind the captivating "History on Fire" podcast. Dive into his intriguing work that unearths lesser-known aspects of world history, highlighting their political, cultural, and philosophical ripples. We also explore the transformati…
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In this episode; Manny Flores, the creative force behind Barz on Wheels, a unique freestyle rap show on YouTube that challenges artists to flex their lyrical muscles while riding in the backseat of a mini van, joins me to discuss checking the ego, exploring the power of unwavering focus, the art of staying authentically true to oneself throughout t…
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In this week’s episode we delve deep with Leslie Lau, author of “Pulling Weeds, Folding Laundry” into the power of mindfulness and finding purpose in the simplest aspects of life, encouraging us to embrace gratitude, patience, and resilience. This episode invites listeners to reevaluate their perspective on daily activities and discover the path to…
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In this episode, comparative cognitive scientist Dr. Reggie Gazes and my office neighbor Dr. Ikuma Adachi. Reggie is an associate professor of psychology and animal behavior at Bucknell University in Lewisburg Pennsylvania. She and Ikuma overlapped as trainees in the lab of Dr. Robert Hampton at the now-named Emory National Primate Research Center.…
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In the latest episode of the Social Primate Podcast we sit down with James Sweetlove, the visionary behind Heritage Harmony, a non-profit record label dedicated to amplifying the voices of globally marginalized and underrepresented artists, and Cave Dweller Music. Together, we delved deep into the journey of creative perseverance, explore the quest…
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In this episode of The PrimateCast origins, we’re sharing a lecture given by wildlife biologist and conservationist Dr. Ian Redmond, OBE. Ian is renowned for his work with gorillas and elephants in Africa. Through research, filming, ecotourism, and conservation science and activism, he’s spent over 40 years cultivating the wisdom and the network ne…
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Joining me in this episode is Hector Jimenez and Rolando Mora, the hosts of the Arrogant Observer Show where they dive into the colorful communities of Los Angeles, sharing their hilarious anecdotes and insightful perspectives.Together, they emphasize the importance of building connections within your community, understanding the diverse individual…
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In this episode, conservationist, author and founder of The Orangutan Project, Leif Cocks. Leif is a tireless conservationist who seems to be involved in innumerable conservation projects throughout Southeast Asia, but most notably The Orangutan Project, which he founded in 1998. We talk about Leif’s path to conservation, which began early on with …
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In today's episode, CJ Conde, a multi-faceted artist deeply influenced by surreal cultural symbolism that often represents the vibrant essence of Southeast Los Angeles, joins me on the podcast! We delve into the power of art to inspire, heal, and foster growth within communities, as CJ shares his insights on investing in oneself as an artist, showi…
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Immerse yourself in the in the latest episode of the Social Primate with Kyd Barrett, a talented musician and producer from Los Angeles. In this episode, Kyd shares invaluable insights on adopting a rebellious attitude, questioning societal norms, and staying true to oneself. Join us for an invigorating conversation that explores punk culture, auth…
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Join us for an engaging episode of The Social Primate Podcast as we explore the fascinating journey of Camille Kolo, a multimedia artist based in Los Angeles. Prepare to be inspired as Camille shares her invaluable insights on reframing inner criticism and the significance of cultivating new skillsets. Her practical advice will empower you to overc…
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This episode of The PrimateCast: Origins is taken from CICASP's International Primatology Lecture Series: Past, Present and Future Perspectives of the Field. The IPLS is dedicated to providing origin stories told by experienced researchers in primatology and related fields. The lectures are conducted via Zoom within our CICASP Seminar in Science Co…
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Join us for an conversation with James Ciesluk, the founder of Mooncatz and JNC. We delved into the world of web3, exploring its vibrant culture and the importance of building a strong community and a platform for networking. Reflecting on its evolution over the past year, you’ll gain valuable insights. The music on this episode is brought to you b…
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Laugh your way through life with the latest episode of the Social Primate Podcast! Join Diosa and Chuy from the CCCP Show on 101.5FM KQBHLA as they deliver hilarious insights on self-reflections, daily life advice, and dealing with society – tune in now for the ultimate comedy therapy session! Music by Bonnie Blue “Storms” ft. Silvangold. Share, Li…
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