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racialized the podcast

racialized the podcast

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real talks about race, discrimination & resilience featuring everyday racialized and Indigenous peoples in Thunder Bay, ON & beyond. get at me: advocacy@rypnetwork.com follow our host here: https://twitter.com/farahfeels
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Racial Barriers Removed

Aviary Podcast Network

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With racial tensions boiling over in every corner of America. Two friends who bounded over their love of Cincinnati Bengals Football decided to bring their daily, weekly and monthly lunch discussions into podcast form. Andy Villanueva and James Moore discuss every barrier on a weekly basis. They want you to have a frank and honest conversation about what it's like to be black in America. Both were inspired by Emmanuel Acho's book "Uncomfortable Conversations with A Black Man," as its brought ...
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Multi-Racial Records

Multi-Racial Content

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Multi-Racial established itself in 1999 with uniquely uniting event , at the time focused at providing events mainly without the prejudice segregation brought on by South Africa's the past. Out of its ethos (Unitin Thru The Rhythm) a record label was eventually established in 2003 with a multitude of releases by giving platforms up n coming various and now influential producers in the South African House music scene, in keeping with its ethos and principles of building platforms for up n com ...
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This interview series is a component of The Richmond Racial Equity Essays, a multimedia project comprising a collection of essays, video interviews and a virtual discussion series focused on racial equity in Richmond, Virginia. In this series, urban planner and diversity, equity and inclusion consultant Ebony Walden talks with Richmonders from all walks of life and sectors to explore their visions for an equitable Richmond, especially as it relates to racial equity, and the strategies that w ...
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Can we talk about…? is a podcast that invites philanthropic leaders into candid conversations with their peers to normalize the messiness of leading for racial equity and reflect on what it takes to create lasting transformation. In our pilot season, we’re bringing you peer to peer conversations between Executive Directors, Board Chairs and Board Members across philanthropy on the topic of leading for racial equity at the governance level. This podcast is brought to you by The Giving Practic ...
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Racial Delegates

Black, Latin, and White

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This is a podcast where we answer all the hard questions. If there are questions that you're too shy, afraid, or uncomfortable to ask, Ask us! We love to talk about all aspects that pertain to race, culture, creed, etc. This is NOT a politically correct podcast. Reach out to us! Website racialdelegates.com Email racialdelegates@gmail.com Discord discord.gg/9WaRqq6F Twitter https://twitter.com/racialdelegates Buzzsprout buzzsprout.com/2239551 Podcast Sharing racialdelegates.com/share RSS feed ...
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Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice

Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice

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Right now: Covering the trial of Kim Potter accused of killing Daunte Wright, the community’s reaction, and exploring the changes needed to create a more just society. Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice is a journalism initiative from Ampers, Diverse Radio for Minnesota’s Communities, KMOJ Radio, and the Minnesota Humanities Center covering the trials of the officers accused of killing George Floyd, the community’s reaction, and exploring the changes needed to create a more just society.
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Welcome to Racialized 506 “ an Anti-Racism Conversations” podcast, a series of online conversations brought to you by The Saint John Newcomers Centre. The podcast is intended to underline the challenges of anti-racism and amplify the voices of underrepresented people who experience and confront racism in their daily lives, at school and work, and in our community. By doing this, we hope to encourage positive actions and changes in Greater Saint John area. The hosts for this podcast are Bob W ...
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The REACH Collaborative brings together a network of teams from six states, California, Colorado, New York, North Carolina, Texas, and Virginia. Along with coaches, equity champions, and a host of intermediary partners to strengthen credential pathways with the supports and curricular alignment that post-traditional adult learners of color ages 25 through 64 need to re-skill. The coordination of the REACH Collaborative is led by the Education Strategy Group, or ESG, in partnership with the O ...
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Tonight we explore the topic of the age old question, What do you mean, "You People"? How would this make you feel if someone referred to your race as "You People"? Would you get upset? Would you take it in stride? We also explore how the "You People" term could be used in a non-offensive way. Also, why is it that comics can get away with this but …
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Oh yeah, you heard us correctly. CRISPR will be involved in the first gene editing on pork. This means as soon as the FDA gets their pockets lined, this "gene edited" meat will be on our dinner tables. We will get to watch our kids eat the latest technology in what will probably trickle up to humans. And if that doesn't scare the hell out of you (a…
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Wake up! It's tax season here in America. Ever wondered where your tax dollars go? Tonight we explore that question. Get involved! Don't be scared. Website racialdelegates.com Email racialdelegates@gmail.com Discord discord.gg/9WaRqq6F Buzzsprout buzzsprout.com/2239551 Pocast Sharing racialdelegates.com/share RSS feeds.buzzsprout.com/2239551.rss…
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You tryna get a chip installed in your brain? Tonight we talk about all the different reasons a company may be interested in installing a chip in your skull. Are the good intentions touted by the manufacturer real? Or could it be something else entirely. I guess only time will tell. What's your opinion on testing these types of products on animals?…
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Freestyle episode tonight! That's right, hear your favorite delegate raw on this podcast. We bring it to you straight. We're talking about Jesse Lee Peterson again. What's up with him? What does he actually stand for? Find out in this episode. Male birth control, and we're not talking condoms. We're talking about invasive alternatives. Is it a "Yea…
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In our final episode, four TGP Senior Advisors – Katie Hong, Lisa McGill, Abby Sarmac and Lalitha Vaidyanathan – reflect on the stories we heard across Season 1, sharing perspectives and advice based on their work as consultants supporting a diversity of philanthropy boards and leaders along their racial equity journeys. Together they reflect on th…
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Tonight we're talking about the Katt Williams Interview. Why did he call so many people out? Was he truthful? What's going on behind the scenes? I guess we'll have to see what 2024 brings. Kids football. how do you feel about a new bill proposed in California regarding tackle football and our children? Get involved and talk about it! And Jesse Lee …
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Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa, Happy Hanukkah, and Happy new year from the Racial Delegates. How would you feel if a white dude called you Colored? Would you let it ride, or would you beat his ass? Are you tired of being excluded from the workforce for using cannabis? It's legal for recreational use in several states and has many, many health bene…
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In 2020, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation committed $150M to support racial justice alongside the development of an entirely new office – the Office of Culture, Race and Equity – to incorporate equity efforts across the foundation’s culture, operations, and grantmaking. In this episode, President Larry Kramer and Chief Equity Officer Charma…
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What's your thoughts on having turkey for the holidays? Is the tradition getting old? Have you ever been caught up in the chaos of Black Friday? Why do white people love mayonnaise? Do immigrants have better family values? All of these questions are answered and more! Right here on the #1 racially insensitive podcast in the world! The Racial Delega…
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This year's Miss universe pageant had a little something extra. Is that your thing? Let's openly discuss the long or short of it! Have you ever been told to go back to your own country? Have you ever told someone to go back to their country. There's a lot to unpack in this episode, so let's talk openly and honestly as we always do on the #1 rated p…
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At the intersection of racism and economics, Ebony talks with Renee Hatcher from University of Illinois Chicago Law School’s Community Enterprise & Solidarity Economy Clinic and Matthew Slaats, PHD candidate at University of Virginia and member of the Virginia Solidarity Economy Network. Renee and Matthew are part of the movement that is imagining …
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Today we continue to talk about white privilege in America. Is it possible that white guilt is a side hustle? Please share your opinions on our socials! Don't be afraid to talk about it. Email us, hit us up on Discord, comment on our YouTube videos. It's time we all learn how to talk openly and honestly about the racial divide being pushed on us in…
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How far can we push the emotional support animal situation? We share our thoughts and opinions on white privilege and racism in general. You don't want to miss this episode! Get involved in our discussions. Your opinions are always welcome. Website racialdelegates.com Email racialdelegates@gmail.com Discord discord.gg/9WaRqq6F Buzzsprout buzzsprout…
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Today we're talking about the Police. How much reach is over-reach? How much is too much for a speeding ticket? Cops come and snatch your crops? Let's talk about! Website racialdelegates.com Email racialdelegates@gmail.com Discord discord.gg/9WaRqq6F Buzzsprout buzzsprout.com/2239551 Pocast Sharing racialdelegates.com/share RSS feeds.buzzsprout.com…
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At the intersection of racial equity and housing, Ebony talks with the Former Executive Director of HAND (Housing Association of Nonprofit Developers) Heather Raspberry. They discuss HAND’s racial equity journey and their effort to center racial equity amongst their association members which include a broad spectrum of housing related organizations…
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In this special episode, founding members of The Share Fund, Estakio Beltran, Bill Marklyn and Holly Marklyn take us beyond the bounds of traditional governance and philanthropy, and into a new world of giving that makes the redistribution of wealth and power a reality. The Share Fund is an LLC rather than a foundation and is managed through a part…
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Judy Belk (senior advisor and former president and CEO of The California Wellness Foundation, also known as “Cal Wellness”) and Debra Nakatomi (CEO of NakatomiPR, trustee and former board chair of The California Wellness Foundation) exchange powerful stories of their experiences with race from childhood to the present, reflecting on what’s possible…
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Listen in as Monika Kalra Varma, the first BIPOC president & CEO of BoardSource, and Julia Wilson, BoardSource’s outgoing board chair, share powerful stories and reflections on their experiences tackling the complexities of race equity work head on as a united front at BoardSource. Together they give us a behind-the-scenes look at the intentional w…
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Today we're discussing the use of racial stereotyping in comedy routines. Funny? Not so funny? Let's talk about it. What's going on with Will and Jada? Stay tuned to find out. Why are black and brown stripes being added to the LGBTQ flag? Who the hell knows... This is a great episode where we really get into the details of these important issues. W…
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How far would you go to retrieve an Apple watch? What if that watch cost $20k? Will the white dude say the 'N' word? Which group of people are the worst drivers? All this and more! Talk about it with us. Website racialdelegates.com Email racialdelegates@gmail.com Discord discord.gg/9WaRqq6F Buzzsprout buzzsprout.com/2239551 Pocast Sharing racialdel…
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Today we're talking about the projects, Chicken en el disco, and surfing in the desert. Talk about it with us! Website racialdelegates.com Email racialdelegates@gmail.com Discord discord.gg/9WaRqq6F Buzzsprout buzzsprout.com/2239551 Pocast Sharing racialdelegates.com/share RSS feeds.buzzsprout.com/2239551.rss…
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Talk about it! We talk 9/11 and the new generation, aliens, and more! Get involved. Website racialdelegates.com Email racialdelegates@gmail.com Discord discord.gg/9WaRqq6F Buzzsprout buzzsprout.com/2239551 Pocast Sharing racialdelegates.com/share RSS feeds.buzzsprout.com/2239551.rssDi Black, Latin and White
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Intergenerational, co-leadership is a model for disrupting oppressive systems and transforming communities. In this conversation, Ebony chats with catalytic co-leaders Sherreta R. Harrison and Raymond A. Jetson of MetroMorphosis in Baton Rouge, LA. The core of their work is transformation from within, rooted in community listening, responding and c…
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En este episodio, Tanya Edelin y Dilcia Molina-Sanchez comparten sus experiencias como miembros de la junta directiva de la Fundación if para Radical Possibility. A lo largo de su conversación, Tanya y Dilcia comparten cómo se siente estar en una junta que está dispuesta a ser radical, participar en las conversaciones difíciles y tomar medidas para…
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In this episode, Tanya Edelin and Dilcia Molina share their experiences as board members of the if Foundation for Radical Possibility. Throughout their conversation, Tanya and Dilcia share what it feels like to be on a board that is willing to be radical, sit in the hard conversations, and take action to shift power to community; a board that prior…
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In this episode, Beth McCaw (Founding Funder of Threshold) and LeAnne Moss (Executive Director of Renton Regional Community Foundation) share honest reflections of their personal journeys as white women in anti-racist work. Together they dig into the process of embodiment – of moving racial equity from an intellectual exercise in your head with rep…
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Listen in as Sharon (President and CEO, Yakima Valley Community Foundation) and Brenda (CEO Headwaters Foundation of Montana) share how they’ve worked with their boards and staff to transform their organizational cultures and center racial equity amid rural, politically conservative environments. Along the way, Brenda shares the complexities of doi…
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Philanthropy Northwest’s current and two preceding Board Chairs – Nichole June Maher, Aleesha Towns-Bain and Kevin Walker – kick off our pilot season on racial equity work at the governance level, stitching together memories across 13 years of the Philanthropy Northwest board’s racial equity journey. Together they reflect on where the board was in …
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At the intersection of racism and place, Ebony talks with Africatown Community Land Trust CEO K Wyking Garrett. They discuss Africatown’s community development model formed to acquire, steward, and develop land assets that are necessary for the Black community to grow and thrive in the Central District of Seattle, Washington. They discuss the impor…
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In this episode, guest host Gianina Baker, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, talks with Dr. Mara Lazda, Bronx Community College, and Dr. Mayra Padilla, Contra Costa College regarding Sustainability Through the Lens of Culturally Responsive Practices in Changing Educational Landscapes. Click the link to view a copy of this episode's transc…
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In this episode, Guest host Dr. Gianina Baker, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, talks with Dr. Reyna Anaya, Community College of Aurora, Dr. Michael Baston, Cuyahoga Community College, Dr. Pamela Eddy, William & Mary, and Dr. Luis Ponjaun, Texas A & M University regarding How Do You Continue to Make Racial Equity Work a Priority with New…
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In this episode, guest host Dr. Gianina Baker, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, talks with Dr. Edward Bush, Consumnes River College, Dr. Denise Henning, University of North Carolina Willmington, and Dr. Ereka Willams, Dogwood Health Trust Foundation regarding What is the Cost of Doing Nothing? Redistributing Power. Click the link to view…
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On the 68th episode of Multi Racial Session Kamanda hosts RaidmusiqA-SIDE tracklist:1.Kamanda ft Man Q - Malopo2.Like Mike, Cornelius SA, Candy Man SA - XXX3.TekniQ - Seeds Of Life4.Karyendasoul & Miči - Fragile5.Atmos Blaq & Masšh - Dogon (Part 1)6.TekniQ - Kibuka 7.Kamanda - Common Ground8.Yass, Syon, FNX OMAR, Vanetty - Stars At Night(Original M…
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At the intersection of racism and faith, Ebony talks with Every Table ministers Charles Bolling and Jess Cook about healing, reconciliation and justice within their faith community. They discuss what it means to have an abolitionist approach to living in community, employing practices for reconciliation and repair within themselves and in community…
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On the 82nd episode of Multi-Racial Sessions Sisco Umlambo hosts South African legendary Dj Mbuso who will be handling the B_SIDEA-SIDE Tracklist by Sisco Umlambo:1. Pablo Bolivar, Sensual Physics & Alexander Bogdanov - 1st Off (Alexander Bogdanov Remix)2. Sasse - Afternoon Vibes3. SculpturedMusic - Get Home (feat. Robert Owens) [Latique's Rare Dub…
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In this episode, guest host Dr. Eboni M. Zamani-Gallaher, University of Pittsburgh talks with Dr. Edward Bush, Consumnes River College, Dr. Felecia Commodore, Old Dominion University, and Dr. Richard Reddick, University of Texas-Austin regarding Problematizing Guided Pathways from an Activist Leadership Lens. Click the link to view a copy of this e…
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In this episode, guest host Dr. Raina Dyer-Barr, University of Pittsburgh talks with Dr. Pamela Eddy, William & Mary College, Dr. Mayra Padilla, Contra Costa College, and Dr. Luis Ponjuan, Texas A&M University regarding Scalable Implementation of Culturally Responsive Practices. Click the link to view a copy of this episode's transcripts.…
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In this episode, guest host Dr. Eboni M. Zamani-Gallaher, University of Pittsburgh talks with Dr. Lorenzo Baber, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Dr. Heather Shotton, Fort Lewis College, and Dr. Ereka Williams, Dogwood Health Trust Foundation regarding Moving Beyond Diversity Toward Racial Equity in Pathways. Click the link to view a cop…
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In this episode, guest host Jason A. Keist, University of Pittsburgh talks with Dr. Michael Baston, Cuyahoga Community College, and Dr. Susana Muñoz, Colorado State University regarding Root Analysis and Addressing Structural Racism in Pathways. Click the link to view a copy of this episode's transcripts.…
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In this episode, guest host Dr. Gianina Baker, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign talks with Dra. Reyna Anaya, Community College of Aurora, Dr. Denise Henning, University of North Carolina-Wilmington, and Dr. Mara Lazda, Bronx Community College regarding Inclusive and Equitable Pedagogy/Pathways and Wraparound Support Services for Students …
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This episode addresses the discriminating experiences that Asian people are experiencing in Saint John city. Should we call ourselves newcomers or all-comers since we all come to Canada from all over the world, except the indigenous people? What can help shift people's wrongful mindset about Asian immigrants, and where should we start first? Listen…
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This episode discusses three stressing concerns: (1) students' experience of racism; (2) teachers' capabilities to address or to help overcome or prevent racism; and (3) the educational system's reaction toward racism at school. The episode includes varied perspectives from different guest speakers who are either educators, coaches, or students. We…
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This episode discusses hot topics around the indigenous portraits in media & the lack of reality around this group. Also, it addresses the media's current issues of diversity in its workplace & the urge to approach minority groups and listen to their stories to have a better understanding. What is white privilege, and how to get rid of it? How to p…
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A new era for the Goat Zoom Room as not only will the podcast discuss horseracing but we will now be discussing all other sports. Embarking on the new branding, GZR invited author Fred Segal who recently released "Freezing Cold Takes: Football Media's Most Inaccurate Predictions and the Fascinating Stories Behind Them." Highlighting some of the sto…
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Institutional racism is systemic racism in which racialized experience is not caused by an individual but by the whole entire organization or the state laws. Our four guest speakers contributed to this topic from four different perspectives. Professor Chris Doran shared his immigrant experience and two strategies to combat racism through education …
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This episode discusses political leadership viewpoints in anti-racism practices. Racism is not a file on the leaders' desks, it is something that racialized people experience every day. Diversity and inclusion are cornerstones of Canadian identity and a source of social and economic strength. How much has been done by political and community leader…
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Guys are back to discuss Deshaun Watson's suspension and whether Godell has been harsher with black players then white players. We discuss the Sesame Street character that ignored a black child during a parade and Disney World's character making a big effort to change perception. Andy brings up the fact he was told he was "white washed" because he …
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The guys are back after a couple of weeks off. We have another mass shooting in the US and discuss Peck Park situation. Andy and James discuss Gavin Newsom's new gun legislation that mimics the Texas Abortion law which Governor Abbot put into effect. They then move over to discuss Kenly, NC where the entire police force resigned after the appointme…
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