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Jesse Ulrich and Chris Miller, two lifelong friends who have a passion to make their home city and state stronger, tackle the issues, articulate the frustrations, investigate the whys, and cheer the triumphs of the many hard-working individuals and their dynamic organizations who are working to make Tulsa, Oklahoma and the world a more vibrant and inclusive place.
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Jesse Ulrich and Chris Miller, two lifelong friends who have a passion to make their home city and state stronger, tackle the issues, articulate the frustrations, investigate the whys, and cheer the triumphs of the many hard-working individuals and their dynamic organizations who are working to make Tulsa, Oklahoma and the world a more vibrant and inclusive place.
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    Obum Ukabam and Doing It For The Kids

    Obum Ukabam and Doing It For The Kids

    Chris and Jesse are joined by Obum Ukabam, who by day is the Head of Admissions & Marketing Manager at Holberton Tulsa, but by night is a leader and volunteer for so many organizations that Jesse actually had to increase his own speech rate to name them all. Hear him discuss his passion for the Tulsa Debate League, FC Tulsa partnering with the Dream Center, and Holberton, of course.
    With Giving Tuesday coming up, we at Pod4Good are asking you to help Obum raise money for the Tulsa Debate League. You can help students learn all the useful skills debate offers and help train the next generation of leaders. Please Donate Here and follow them on Facebook.
    Please Subscribe to Pod4Good anywhere podcasts can be found, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the Grams!

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    • 47 Min.
    Carlos Moreno, The Victory of Greenwood, and Telling the Full Story

    Carlos Moreno, The Victory of Greenwood, and Telling the Full Story

    Carlos Moreno joins Jesse and Chris to discuss the Victory of Greenwood, a project that endeavors to tell the story of Greenwood from the perspective of the heroes and entrepreneurs who built Greenwood and then rebuilt it after its destruction. They are doing that via a book, that will come out in May 2021, a collection of those stories being published in the New Tulsa Star, an upcoming exhibit at the Center for Public Secrets and coming in 2021, a podcast.
    Please the support the Victory of Greenwood at: https://thevictoryofgreenwood.com/contribute-2/
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    Produced and Edited by Rant9 Productions. The Company behind the Be Atento Podcast, the J.A.M.E.S. Inc. Podcast, and the Vibe of the Tribe Podcast.

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    • 38 Min.
    One Year Anniversary Livestream!

    One Year Anniversary Livestream!

    For the1 year anniversary of Pod4Good, Chris and Jesse host a livestream with some of our favorite guests and friends from the past year. We start off with recent guest Tommy Yap to update us on the Tulsa Voter Van and how they need funds to help buy cleaning supplies. Donate at www.donate.tulsavotervan.com. Then they are joined by Fairy Godmother of Pod4Good, Marcia Bruno-Todd and her daughter and occasional fan of the show, Emilia. She finally answers the most important question, who is Marcia's favorite. The answer is Jesse (yay!)
    Next is a panel discussion with Arielle Davis, Laura Bellis, Kara Joy McKee, Matt Gleason, Quraysh Ali Lansana and special guest DeVon Douglass.
    It is both fun and passionate episode, and please donate to the Tulsa Voter Van and don't forget to subscribe to Pod4Good anywhere podcasts can be found.

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    • 1 Std. 22 Min.
    Tyrance Billingsley II, Black Tech Street, and the idea of Ubuntu

    Tyrance Billingsley II, Black Tech Street, and the idea of Ubuntu

    Tyrance Billingsley II joins Jesse and Chris to talk about Black Tech Street. Black Tech Street looks to build a thriving capitol of Black tech in Tulsa, starting on the grounds of Black Wall Street. Tyrance talks about his vision for Black Tech Street as a way to create both innovation and wealth for Tulsa's Black community and why using technology is the key. He also says that his driving philosophy in life is built around the idea of Ubuntu (not the operating system for my fellow tech nerds out there) but the Zulu word Ubuntu, which sometimes gets translated as "I am because we are" or "humanity towards others." Listen to a fantastic discussion that covers all of the pillars of that helped shape Black Tech Street. You might also enjoy a brief discussion on the series finale of Game of Thrones.
    Follow Tyrance on Facebook and LinkedIn!
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    • 42 Min.
    Tommy Yap and the Tulsa Voter Van

    Tommy Yap and the Tulsa Voter Van

    Chris and Jesse are joined by Tommy Yap, co-founder of the Tulsa Voter Van, who discusses with us the history of this idea, voter suppression in general, and more importantly how you all can help! The Tulsa Voter Van is raising money to buy a van that is accessible to all and they need our help! As we approach what will be a very important election in November, learn how you can use the Tulsa Voter Van to not only get a ride to the polls, but get your ballot notarized if you are voting absentee.
    Check out the Tulsa Voter Van on their website: https://tulsavotervan.com/
    And Donate to them here! donate.tulsavotervan.com (the Take Control Initiative is their financial sponsor, so you will donate to TCI)

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    • 39 Min.
    Steve Cluck and the Beauty of Bad Karaoke

    Steve Cluck and the Beauty of Bad Karaoke

    Steve Cluck joins Chris and Jesse in a first and hopefully last outdoor podcast recording. Steve takes us through the history of Celebrate the 918, how the ultimate man about town has been spending the pandemic, why it is so important to believe women (in the arts as well as everywhere,) and how Karaoke is good for the soul.
    To follow Steve on his adventures or to buy some of his amazing shirts check him out on the internet!
    https://www.etsy.com/shop/SteveCluck
    www.facebook.com/stevecluck918
    www.instagram.com/stevecluck
    www.donthatethe918.com
    www.twitter.com/stevecluck
    www.pinterest.com/stevecluck
    For this year's Celebrate the 918 Steve will have a Pop-Up Shop at Ida Red on Brookside during the day, where people can come and buy the new Celebrate the 918 and I Love Tulsa tees, and will be DJing at the Gathering Place from 6-8pm.

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    • 38 Min.

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