20 Best Podcasts About Housing Rights of 2021

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Are you wanting to learn more about housing rights? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best housing rights podcasts of 2021.

We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.

We are always keen to hear your feedback, if we have missed a podcast, Twitter us Pretty Progressive (Twitter) and we will check it out!

Best Housing Rights Podcasts 2021

With thanks to ListenNotes, Crunchbase, SemRush and Ahrefs for providing the data to create and rank these podcasts.

Political Misfits

  • Publisher: Radio Sputnik
  • Total Episodes: 529

Political Misfits brings you news, politics and culture ‒ without the red and blue treatment. We aim to facilitate constructive conversations that take new looks at the stories and topics that mean a lot to us, including corporate misconduct, anti-war efforts, climate change, political hypocrisy, poverty, pop culture, electoral politics and much, much more.Political Misfits airs live daily Monday through Friday from 12-2 p.m. EST and is broadcast on 105.5 FM in Washington, DC, 102.9 FM in Kansas City, Missouri, and to 35 countries on signals such as FM, digital DAB/DAB+ (Digital Radio Broadcasting), and HD-Radio. The show is also made available globally live on SputnikNews.com and is distributed as a podcast shortly after broadcasting on iTunes, iHeartRadio, Spreaker and more.About us: Hosts Bob Schlehuber and Michelle Witte bring different backgrounds to Political Misfits, but arrive with a mutual curiosity and compassion. Bob is an artist, producer and organizer; someone who works to create conversations that bring together broad and diverse individuals, organizations and ideas. Bob produced the radio show By Any Means Necessary on Radio Sputnik for the past three years; now, he’s bringing his commitment to understanding and addressing housing, homelessness, public safety, education, health, workforce development, civility, mutual understanding, and international peace and conflict resolution to Political Misfits.Michelle is a committed explorer, observer and documentor of our big, beautiful planet and the strange creatures that inhabit it. A long-time writer, teacher and journalist, she returned to the US after ten years overseas with a broader perspective on American politics and culture and our impact on the world. Michelle gets fired up about justice and injustice, responsible travel, good books and bad movies, animal rights, baking and long-distance hikes.

Brazil Worker’s Podcast

  • Publisher: CSP-Conlutas International
  • Total Episodes: 17

Brazil Worker’s Podcast is an English language broadcast on labor news and current affairs in Brazil, Latin America and opinions on the struggle of the working class around the world. The program also addresses issues of concern to workers, such as housing, education, immigrant rights, the environment, from the point of view of the working class. There is also a space to express the struggle of women, LGBT and the black movement. Share news about the resistance of native Brazilians and the struggle of peasants for agrarian reform in Brazil.

The Home Connection

  • Publisher: Caliber Home Loans
  • Total Episodes: 9

Caliber Home Loans is all about connections. Whether it’s connecting customers with the dream of homeownership or connecting mortgage professionals with what’s new in marketing, you’ll find it here on The Home Connection podcast. Watch the podcast here: https://www.youtube.com/c/CaliberHomeLoansInc Caliber Home Loans, Inc., 1525 S. Belt Line Rd Coppell, TX 75019 (NMLS #15622). Copyright © 2020. All Rights Reserved. Equal Housing Lender.

Hidden Voices

  • Publisher: Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities
  • Total Episodes: 8

The people you will meet here are kids, young adults, college students, athletes, employees, adults, entrepreneurs, siblings, parents – all with a story. These are funny, heartwarming, challenging stories about people with developmental disabilities who are living, working and advocating for their rights – and disability rights in Georgia. All want to be included in social circles, workplaces and communities of their choice. Just like all of us. We explore issues that impact their lives like Medicaid waivers, employment, housing, transportation, advocacy, adaptive technology, and service animals.

Divided by Design: A Podcast by E Pluribus Unum

  • Publisher: Divided By Design
  • Total Episodes: 8

Former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, who led the controversial effort to remove Confederate statues from the city and who now runs E Pluribus Unum- a nonprofit focused on advancing racial equity in the south, breaks down how we are divided by design. Race courses through every facet of our lives, yet too few people– particularly white people– truly understand the scale of racism in America, including our history and how racism still permeates today’s institutions. The Divided by Design podcast features discussions with advocates, historians, and experts about how race intersects with health, wealth, criminal justice, housing, and voting rights. By better understanding how we got here to this moment, we can better chart a path forward towards a more just, inclusive and equitable America for us all.

Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion Podcasts

  • Publisher: Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion
  • Total Episodes: 14

ISI Podcasts help to unpack different dimensions to the issue of statelessness, and to explore challenges and opportunities in working to ensure the right to a nationality around the world.Article 15 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that everyone has the right to a nationality and that no one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality. Yet, there are more than 15 million people across the globe who face a life without a nationality; every ten minutes, another child is born stateless; and citizenship is increasingly wielded as a tool of exclusion. Without nationality, stateless people are vulnerable to discrimination and unequal treatment. They are denied access to education, healthcare, housing, employment, social welfare and documentation, as well as the right to own property, travel, be safe, free and equal, participate politically and have their voices heard. The Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion (ISI) is the first and the only human rights NGO dedicated to working on statelessness at the global level. Our mission is to promote inclusive societies by realising and protecting the right to a nationality. See www.institutesi.org for more details.

Labor Express Radio

  • Publisher: Jerry Mead – Lucero
  • Total Episodes: 51

Labor Express Radio is Chicago’s only English language labor news and current affairs radio program. “News for working people, by working people.” Our program covers issues in the labor movement locally, nationally, and internationally. The program also addresses issues of concern to working people such as housing, education, health care, immigrants rights, the environment and U.S. foreign policy, from a working class viewpoint. Labor Express Radio airs Sunday nights at 8:00 PM on Chicago’s Lumpenradio, WLPN, 105.5 FM. The program is streamed live at http://lumpenradio.com/. Archived programs

Talking Radical Politics with Socialist Ian Schlakman and The Legendary Black Panther Annie Chambers

  • Publisher: Ian Schlakman & Annie Chambers
  • Total Episodes: 14

Revolutionary Socialist, Anti-Imperialist Ian Schlakman and the legendary Black Panther, Former CLP Member, National Welfare Rights Organization President, HUD RAB Public Housing Delegate, Reverend Annie Chambers (formerly Annie Rogers) discuss everything from the American Civil Rights History that Annie Chambers was a part of to modern day political news. We record the show from Douglass Homes Public Housing right here in the East Side of Baltimore, Maryland.

The Usable Past with Marie Nahikian

  • Publisher: Marie Nahikian
  • Total Episodes: 16

Veteran community organizer Marie Nahikian hosts The Usable Past, where activists share their stories of past and present organizing for better housing, food, banks, jobs, environmental and social justice. A Brooklyn resident, Marie most recently worked with U.S. Housing & Urban Development under President Obama and has participated in building 5,000 affordable homes in Washington, DC, Philadelphia, and New York. Marie has been a neighborhood, civil rights, housing and labor organizer, a community journalist, and in 1977 was a founder of WPFW-FM Pacifica radio in Washington, DC.

Sidebar with John Duran

  • Publisher: RADIO.COM
  • Total Episodes: 69

Former Mayor John J. Duran is a native Angeleno and a resident of West Hollywood since 1990. He has been an elected member of the City Council since 2001. Duran has a Juris Doctorate degree from Western State University College of Law and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from CSU Long Beach. He has been a lawyer in private practice since 1987. Some of his accomplishments and priorities include: CIVIL RIGHTS ATTORNEY LGBT EQUALITY HEALTH & FITNESS, ADDICTION AND RECOVERY FINE ARTS AND CULTURAL EVENTS AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND TENANTS’ RIGHTS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT HISTORIC PRESERVATION      

Nithya For The City Digital Archive

  • Publisher: Nithya Raman For City Council
  • Total Episodes: 3

An archive of past discussions featuring Nithya Raman. Nithya is a progressive city council candidate with a history in grassroots organizing in both Chennai India and here in Los Angeles, where she co-founded the homeless coalition SELAH. She has also served as the Executive Director at Time’s Up Entertainment, fighting for women’s rights in the workplace. Nithya’s platform strives to address housing, climate, and racial equity in Los Angeles. Nithya is the future, OUR future – it’s our time to lead. Paid for by Nithya Raman for City Council 2020 – General FPPC ID#: 1425985 16633 Ventura Blvd. #1008, Encino, CA 91436 Additional information is available at ethics.lacity.org

El Conservador Radio Show Podcast

  • Publisher: El Conservador Radio Show
  • Total Episodes: 123

Host George Rodriguez is a blogger, author, a frequent contributor on Fox News, and a constitutional conservative American of Mexican descent, who loves to expose liberals, fake news, and racist minorities… About George RodriguezGeorge Rodriguez is a nationally known blogger and commentator who has served as the South Texas Coordinator for the national Tea Party Patriots. He has been a regular guest on Fox News, Univision, and various state and national news outlets. He has also spoken around the nation at many rallies. Mr. Rodriguez was born in Laredo, Texas and raised in San Antonio. He has dedicated his life to sharing conservative values with Hispanics and with all Americans. As a Ronald Reagan and George H. Bush appointee, he worked for the Department of Justice in community relations and immigration outreach. He also worked with the White House Office of Public Liaison on community outreach, and with Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) on judiciary legislation, including civil rights and immigration legislation.  Mr. Rodriguez was part of the 1988 Bush Presidential Campaign, and then worked for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as a special assistant, then later as an office director. Mr. Rodriguez worked with the Katrina Recovery program as an anti-fraud compliance officer, and for the City of San Antonio as a real estate director before his retirement in 2010.  Mr. Rodriguez served as the Harris County GOP Chairman of Outreach from 1999 to 2000 and continues his active leadership. Mr. Rodriguez made national history in March, 2011, when he was named President of the San Antonio Tea Party and became the first Hispanic president of a major Tea Party group in the U.S. In May, 2012, he stepped down to become president of the South Texas Political Alliance, a political action group concentrating on state and local issues.  Mr. Rodriguez graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Political Science, and has certificates in Community Building from DePaul University and Harvard University. He has a blog at El Conservator and a facebook page “El Conservator.”

Stories for Change with Suze Morrison

  • Publisher: Suze Morrison
  • Total Episodes: 28

Join Suze Morrison sharing stories from Toronto Centre about why we need progressive and inclusive change. We discuss tenant rights, housing, pharmacare, healthcare, social justice, education, equity, Indigenous issues and more. Produced by Benjamin Donato-Woodger.

Land of a Billion

  • Publisher: Land of a Billion
  • Total Episodes: 9

The ‘Land of a Billion’ is a fortnightly podcast that aims to look at the various issues that challenge our secure access to land, housing and property rights in India, by bringing together leading policymakers, economists, and social workers, to delve into the stories, policies, laws, and economics around land and property. 


  • Publisher: EatMe.Land Collective
  • Total Episodes: 2

Nomad Kitties, are a group of first-generation immigrant-American travelers. Some of us are U.S. born citizens/ some of us are/were/ “illegal aliens who have had parents who have been deported and are now U.S. voting citizens.We are photographers, filmmakers, musicians, educators, housing justice + immigrant rights organizers, life coaches who are driven by the passion of our family history, neighbors, culture.​We have been documenting the stories on the streets we grew up in, noticing rapid urbanization and ecological displacement of people, culture, nature, and tradition. We are currently in a nomadic adventure, experiencing beautiful spaces in different countries and community as nomads.We are here to be real and gentle. We want to bring these conversations to you.


  • Publisher: Spike, Kelly, Tony, Daz, Zoe and John.
  • Total Episodes: 11

Radio for and by current and former rooming house residents and homeless persons, featuring interviews, community events and issues. Roominations has a focus on housing and health rights, as well as music, arts and stories from our unsung community. Roominations is supported by Unison Community Housing. unison.org.au

Antiracist Voter

  • Publisher: Tony Loyd
  • Total Episodes: 11

The murder of George Floyd created a moment of reflection and rededication to racial equality. But moments are ephemeral. Americans have a notoriously short attention span.  How do we maintain momentum so that the moment becomes a movement? How do we translate the demands of protests into the domain of policy?  Antiracist ideas are activated in antiracist policy, especially in local elections. We focus on criminal justice, economic justice, environmental justice, education, housing, health, immigration, and voting rights. We talk about problems, but we don’t stop there. We talk about solutions. Who is getting it right?

Ady Simion Real Estate

  • Publisher: Ady Simion
  • Total Episodes: 52

Here you can listen to everything Real Estate Real estate agents affiliated with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage are independent contractor agents and are not employees of the Company. ©2018 Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. All Rights Reserved. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage fully supports the principles of the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Opportunity Act. Owned by a subsidiary of NRT LLC. Coldwell Banker, the Coldwell Banker Logo, Coldwell Banker Global Luxury and the Coldwell Banker Global Luxury logo service marks are registered or pending registrations owned by Coldwe Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ady-simion-real-estate/support

Legal Information for Everyone: The LIFE Podcast

  • Publisher: Merima Menzildzic, Sabrina Sibbald
  • Total Episodes: 7

We believe legal information should be accessible for everyone–so, naturally, we made a podcast about it! Based in the city of Hamilton, the Social Planning and Research Council currently hosts two legal information projects: the Family Learning Project and the Tools for Tenant Rights Project. Both projects seek to increase access to information about Ontario’s laws while making it fun! Join us on this journey where we explore Ontario’s family and housing legal systems, engage with lawyers, paralegals and community workers, and even interview some four-legged friends. Some fun disclaimers: while financially supported by The Law Foundation of Ontario, the Social Planning and Research Council of Hamilton is solely responsible for all content. This podcast is not a substitute for legal advice; if you have specific questions about your situation, contact a lawyer who practices in that area of law.

Urban Consciousness

  • Publisher: Ronnie Jones
  • Total Episodes: 2

The focus of Urban Consciousness looks at current and historical issues that divide and separate people. Our primary focus is social and economic justice, education, dismantling White Supremacy, voting rights, financial literacy, gentrification, healthcare, affordable housing, and economics.

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