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Welcome to Paw'd Defiance, where we don't lecture but we do educate. This podcast comes to you from the University of Washington Tacoma. Our show is about more than campus. During each episode we'll highlight a different person, program, area of research or educational topic that is relevant not only to the university but also to the Greater Tacoma community and beyond.
 
Defiance is a podcast which looks at some of the most critical issues of our time, from corruption and greed to human rights and freedom. Brought to you by Peter McCormack, Defiance is a combination of in-depth interviews and multi-part deep dives into the issues which affect all of us.
 
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UW Tacoma alumni Dana Malick and Lyndsey Conway work in the healthcare field at a time that is unparalleled in recent history. Malick recently completed her master of nursing and Conway received her degree about a year ago. Over the last few months Malick has been working at a vaccine clinic at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. Conway is a program …
 
A friend encouraged Jeffrey Bantay to come to a meeting of the Tacoma Community College student veteran's club. There Bantay met Thomas Di Giorgio. The two developed a bond. They regularly met at the small space reserved for the veteran's club. The space consisted of some chairs, a table and a communal microwave. Here Bantay and Di Giorgio got to t…
 
Hoy en la cápsula, ayudando a las personas en el condado de Pierce a vacunarse con Emily López y Juana Gallegos. López y Gallegos son miembros del Grupo de Trabajo de Vacunas Husky. Hablaremos sobre la misión del grupo, incluidos sus esfuerzos para llegar a las comunidades de BIPOC, así como a aquellos que son reacios a vacunarse.…
 
A group of UW Tacoma Healthcare Leadership students is working to get Pierce County residents vaccinated. The students created the UWT Husky Vaccine Task Force. The group recruits volunteers to work at vaccine clinics and it's also doing outreach to different communities to raise awareness and provide information about the vaccines. In this episode…
 
In this episode we speak with Kathleen Shannon Dorcy about vaccines. Shannon Dorcy is an Associate Teaching Professor at UW Tacoma. She’s also the Director of Research, Education and Clinical Practice at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance as well as a staff scientist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Shannon Dorcy discusses how vaccines …
 
Main idea: Because of the Spirit, your potential to produce the fruit of Christlike character is beyond your own ability. I. What is the fruit of the Spirit? Gal 5:22-23 II. The way to bear fruit is through crucifixion. Galatians 5:24 III. The...Door King's Cross Church
 
Main Idea: Within us is a civil war of desire, won by the Spirit when we walk with Him rather than follow our hearts. I. The Civil War of Desires, Galatians 5:16-17 II. Two Ways to Wage War: By the Spirit or the Law, Galatians 5:18 III....Door King's Cross Church
 
There's a persistent myth that Japanese Americans willingly went along with the U.S. government policy during World War II. Frank Abe and Tamiko Nimura's new graphic novel "We Hereby Refuse: Japanese American Resistance to Wartime Incarceration" tells the real-life stories of Japanese Americans who pushed back against forced removal and relocation.…
 
No day is neutral. Be busy killing sin by the Spirit, or sin will be busy killing you. I. The penalty for sin has been paid and we owe the flesh nothing (Romans 8:12) II. The power of sin must be slayed and the Spirit comes with a sword (Romans...Door King's Cross Church
 
I. What is praying in the Spirit? 1. Praying in the Spirit is not praying in the flesh. 2. Praying in the Spirit is not praying intellectually or doctrinally. 3. Praying in the Spirit is not merely praying our lists. II. What is the value of...Door King's Cross Church
 
As part of Earth Day, we reached out to students, faculty and staff across all three University of Washington campuses. We specifically wanted to know about how the pandemic impacted their ability to be sustainable. We asked participants the same three questions. Their responses are both deeply personal, insightful and offer us a way to think about…
 
I. As a church, together, we ought to pursue being filled with the Spirit. II. We cannot manipulate the Spirit, but we can caught up in Him. III. We can be “not-full” of the Spirit, so we must seek to be filled. IV. The Spirit’s influence...Door King's Cross Church
 
Naomi Wilson is a University of Washington alumna. She lives in Tacoma and works at the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department. Wilson is also Korean American. In this episode, she talks about the tragedy in Atlanta that left eight dead, including six women of Asian descent. Wilson discusses how Asian women are stereotyped in the media and how that…
 
UW Tacoma School of Education Dean Rachel Endo returns to the podcast for a follow-up discussion. Endo came on the show in June of 2020 to talk about anti-Asian and anti-Asian-American sentiment during the pandemic. In this episode, Endo talks about the mass shooting in Atlanta that killed eight, including six women of Asian descent. We also talk a…
 
UW Tacoma Professor Laura Feuerborn joins us about race, equity and K-12 education. Feuerborn researches social emotional learning. This model focuses on a student's individual needs, feelings and emotions while shifting away from a more punitive approach to school discipline which has historically lead to disproportionally higher rates of suspensi…
 
The Center for Business Analytics at the Milgard School of Business is creating a culture of innovation through the strategic use of data and analytics. In this episode, we talk with the CBA's Director Haluk Demirkan and the CBA's Assistant Director Michael Helser. We'll talk about big data and the role it plays in business. We'll also discuss how …
 
In February 2012 - a year after the war in Syria had started - photographer Paul Conroy and Sunday Times correspondent Marie Colvin smuggled themselves into the war-ravaged Syrian city of Homs. As the first journalists on the scene, they witnessed the targeted attacks perpetrated by the Syrian government on women, children and civilian hospitals. A…
 
In February 2012 - a year after the war in Syria had started - photographer Paul Conroy and Sunday Times correspondent Marie Colvin smuggled themselves into the war-ravaged Syrian city of Homs. As the first journalists on the scene, they witnessed the targeted attacks perpetrated by the Syrian government on women, children and civilian hospitals. A…
 
In Everyone Loves Britney, we investigate the complex conservatorship case of Britney Spears. The series looks at her troubled past and what led to her being put under a conservatorship. We question the legality of the processes that took place, and analyse the problems within the probate court system. We speak to people who have been through conse…
 
Hilltop Action Coalition President Brendan Nelson has spent most of his life living in or near Tacoma's Hilltop neighborhood. Nelson serves in a volunteer position with the Hilltop Action Coalition. In his regular job, Nelson works for Tacoma's Peace Lutheran Church. In this episode, Nelson talks about his love of the Hilltop. He also discusses the…
 
In Everyone Loves Britney, we investigate the complex conservatorship case of Britney Spears. The series looks at her troubled past and what led to her being put under a conservatorship. We question the legality of the processes that took place, and analyse the problems within the probate court system. We speak to people who have been through conse…
 
In Everyone Loves Britney, we investigate the complex conservatorship case of Britney Spears. The series looks at her troubled past and what led to her being put under a conservatorship. We question the legality of the processes that took place, and analyse the problems within the probate court system. We speak to people who have been through conse…
 
In Everyone Loves Britney, we investigate the complex conservatorship case of Britney Spears. The series looks at her troubled past and what led to her being put under a conservatorship. We question the legality of the processes that took place, and analyse the problems within the probate court system. We speak to people who have been through conse…
 
UW Tacoma Professor Carolyn West has spent her career looking at issues affecting Black women. In her early career, she focused on domestic violence and how larger forces like historical trauma play a role in domestic violence perpetrated against Black women. In this episode, we talk about West's research into intimate partner violence. We also tal…
 
The Silk Road was an anonymous marketplace created by Ross Ulbricht on the dark web. Designed with libertarian principles, Ross hinted on his LinkedIn profile what he was working on: “I want to use economic theory as a means to abolish the use of coercion and aggression amongst mankind. Just as slavery has been abolished most everywhere, I believe …
 
The Silk Road was an anonymous marketplace created by Ross Ulbricht on the dark web. Designed with libertarian principles, Ross hinted on his LinkedIn profile what he was working on: “I want to use economic theory as a means to abolish the use of coercion and aggression amongst mankind. Just as slavery has been abolished most everywhere, I believe …
 
Britney Spears' father has controlled her career and finances since 2008, in a hugely controversial, court-ordered conservatorship. In Everyone Loves Britney, we speak to the people fighting for her freedom as part of the #FreeBritney campaign and take a look at those who have benefited most from her fame and fortune. - - - - - The success of Defia…
 
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