Sit down, lay back, and fill up your cup with this classy and intelligent podcast. Featuring open-minded, imaginative, and curious conversations inspired by individual perspectives, A Cup of Tea will leave you with both a feeling of relaxation and a sense of enlightenment at the end of each episode.
Arizona and the North American Southwest experienced one of the wettest monsoon seasons in years. What factored into this perfect storm of weather conditions? Additionally, what impact did the 2021 monsoon have on the environment? Listen as host Jared compares the "nonsoon" of 2020 to the monsoon of 2021 to answer these questions in the context of rapid climate change caused by humans.
2020 North American Monsoon Recap
Arizona | U.S. Drought Monitor
PRISM Climate Data
Climate Change Indicators: Weather and Climate
As of August 2021, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve as more variants of the original strain arise. Do any of these new variants pose a risk for society or is the worst of these difficult times over? Jared tackles these questions while highlighting the current state of the pandemic. He also provides his insight into why we are in this position. However, there is hope with positive vaccine news on the horizon in the United States.
Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center
Understanding Vaccination Progress
COVID Data Tracker
5 Things To Know About the Delta Variant
Minority Maternal Mortality
How does systemic bias in healthcare impact minority women throughout pregnancy and childbirth? Why do minority women, especially black women, experience disproportional death rates related to pregnancy when compared to their white counterparts? Co-hosts Antasia and Jared tackle this topic through facts and recommendations to improve healthcare for minority women in a variety of ways from prenatal care to childbirth.
Racial and Ethnic Disparities Continue in Pregnancy-Related Deaths
A Mother's Cry: A Race to Eliminate the Influence of Racial Disparities on Maternal Morbidity and Mortality Rates Among Black Women in America
Is time real? Or is it simply a man-made construct? Explore scientific insights from the "Deep Time" study with co-hosts Nathaniel and Jared as they undermine the intricate social fabric which has brought us all together since the dawn of humanity—time.
15 People Lived 40 Days in a Sunless Cave Without Clocks to Study Time
The United States has a big problem with gun violence, but how can it be brought under control? Co-hosts Antasia and Jared investigate the psychology driving the United State's strong gun culture as well as the statistics of gun violence in the country. They also theorize ways that gun control could be implemented to potentially solve the problem and emphasize the importance of being an educated and responsible gun owner.
Key facts about Americans and guns
Firearm Mortality by State
What does it mean to be vaccinated against COVID-19? Jared continues his COVID-19 series on A Cup of Tea by sharing new updates on the state of the pandemic in the U.S. and worldwide as of May 2021. He does this while fact-checking popular COVID-19 vaccine myths. Jared provides his personal perspective as well by outlining the steps he took to become fully vaccinated and describing what motivated him to get the shot.
COVID Data Tracker
Your COVID-19 Vaccination
FDA and CDC Lift Recommended Pause on Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 Vaccine Use Following Thorough Safety Review
‘Very strong degree of normality’ likely by year’s end
Myths and Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines
Insightful material, distracting music
Hey, guys. I love the podcast and the material, but I find the background music is distracting from what y’all are talking about. I kept checking to make sure I didn’t accidentally open a music app while listening to the Social Movements talk. I’m looking forward for more content from the podcast. Please take out or make the backing music quieter.