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Thrive Spice is a mental health and social equity podcast for Asian Americans, featuring real stories of resilience, grit and joy. It's a safe space that feels like group therapy meets celebrity interview, with a healthy dose of self-care. Join us as we share the untold stories of influential AAPI leaders, activists, entrepreneurs, and creators - and ask how they have found ways to cope, survive and thrive. Our mission is to normalize conversations about mental health and promote social equi ...
 
The Wok is a platform to share and tell stories through the lens of food by Asian and Pacific Islander communities. The team presents narratives, and personal stories to add context to the foods we see and eat everyday. These stories explore identity, family history, and what it means to be part of the AAPI community.
 
A podcast created for Asian American & Pacific Islander women on leadership and culture. I’ve wanted to carve out a space for AAPI women to explore and validate living in both Eastern and Western worlds. Each week we will celebrate our heritage and highlight our history as we explore our AAPI journeys, parts that we are proud of and those of pain.
 
Hosted by a Filipino-American Pastor. Stuck between races. Stuck between generations. This is a Podcast about understanding just how messy the in between can be. In a country that is built on the basis of choosing sides; sometimes we find ourselves in the middle of it all. Welcome to the Messy Middle. Premieres April 5th. LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/noahmata
 
Pride Talk features conversations with Asian American LGBTQ+ professionals and their allies to empower, educate, engage, and celebrate this community. You'll hear casual conversations, stories, and life experiences from various Asian American LGBTQ+ individuals as well as their allies.
 
This podcast features Black, Asian, and Blasian perspectives on prominent issues affecting our communities. These episodes will be a home for Black and Asian voices where, together, we will work to mend the divide between Black and Asian communities. We have so much to share, to voice, and to discuss - and we’ve created a space in which we can learn from each other and hold each other accountable in our shared fight for equality. Together, we choose unity over division.
 
An educational mental & behavioral health podcast about the in's and out's of therapy. The host, John Dennis, is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of PA. Episodes range from focusing on different mental health diagnoses and issues pertaining to parenting, couples and families to interviews with clinicians who are on the cutting edge of their fields.
 
Brought to you by the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, Dementia Matters is a podcast dedicated to discussing the latest in Alzheimer’s disease research and caregiving resources. Our host, Dr. Nathaniel Chin speaks with a range of research and caregiving experts to keep you informed on current research studies, headlines and caregiving strategies. Find show notes and more resources at adrc.wisc.edu/dementia-matters.
 
Football Club // Football Culture The world through black & gold tinted lense. Recorded live in a backyard in LA's Exposition Park neighborhood. Hosts (IG): joshspice, slimkoda, adweezy Produced by: Sean Dwyer (IG: dweezus818) & Ryan Wallerson (IG: RCWallerson) Theme: Sean Dwyer & Taylor Crommie (IG: crommatic) Art: Alex Cervantes (IG: acnoho) Photography: Edgar Garibay (IG: garibayphoto)
 
ABOUT US Welcome to the Filipino American Woman Project - A Podcast Show that shares stories and life lessons told by individuals living (or have lived) in America, that are of Filipino descent and identify as female or non-binary. FREE ONLINE COMMUNITY Receive the latest stories and life lessons from our community by subscribing to our newsletter: http://eepurl.com/cO0bif SUPPORT JEN AND NANI LOVE OUR SHOW? Show your support and get exclusive access to the "Tsismis with Jen & Nani" podcast ...
 
The podcast about all things law, big and small. Join IICLE staff member and host Christopher Noel as he and featured guests take on the hot topics in law. In Re is the official IICLE podcast. IICLE has been providing CLE to Illinois Lawyers for over 50 years. The views expressed in this podcast are those of the individuals and do not represent the views of IICLE.
 
Jason Jemera is a child of Filipino immigrants raised amidst Bay Area violence and is a current UPENN Psychiatric Mental Health NP-candidate in Philly, who is bridging the gap between his background in clinical nursing and evidence-based science with his passion for social justice and community advocacy. Mental health is not one-size-fits-all. We each have different backgrounds, cultures, professions, disabilities, traumas, triumphs, and other identities that build our individual life storie ...
 
Welcome to Progressive Opinions of Color (POC Podcast), a podcast where progressive people of color talk about everything. POC Podcast began in August 2020 as a platform to create space for more POC voices in conversations about politics and economics. We've covered the 2020 presidential election, the state of the economy during COVID-19, Kamala Harris, the coronavirus pandemic, the state of the economy, and other pressing topics in politics, economics, and culture, all through perspectives ...
 
Southern Fried Asian is a new podcast from The Nerds of Color hosted by Keith Chow. Typically, stories about Asian Americans are centered on the experiences of those who grew up on the coasts -- New York, Southern California, the Bay Area -- where communities of different Asian American subgroups have lived for many years. On this podcast, though, we're gonna look at a region of the country that isn't typically associated with these stories and unpack what it means to be Asian American in th ...
 
On season 2 of the Bruce Lee Podcast, join Bruce Lee's daughter Shannon Lee as she engages in conversation with special guests from all walks of life about their approach to living life fluidly and the wisdom they have gained along the way. In concert with themes from her new book Be Water, My Friend, Shannon continues to share Bruce Lee’s philosophy as she and her guests dive deep into the challenges and joys of being human. See how guests have aligned with and been inspired by Bruce Lee an ...
 
Kelly and Sophy are two progressive feminist Midwestern moms who interview candidates, activists and authors across the country. The #VoteHerIn series is a joint production of Two Broads and Rebecca Sive, author of the book, Vote Her In: Your Guide to Electing Our First Woman President, and influential women’s political advocate. Kelly and Sophy were inspired by the Women's March to do something, and the podcast focuses on helping listeners figure out where we go from here.
 
How do we bring out the potential in all people, including those with disabilities? Get ready to be inspired, hear success stories and learn tips and principles for bringing out the best in the people in your organization. Brought to you by Debra Ruh, CEO of Ruh Global and Sara Ruh, Chief Inspiration Officer. For more information visit www.ruhglobal.com
 
Formerly known as "The Gaysian Podcast", the Queer Asian Podcast Club is a podcast from the Queer Asian Social Club that aims to create a space in which we can explore the Queer Asian experience. Hosted by the QASC founder Maya Reddy, an American Born Confused Queer Desi, this podcast embarks on conversations with folx both within the Queer Asian community and outside of the community in an effort to empower our stories and experiences and understand the assumptions and attitudes placed upon ...
 
Join Anthony Sis and Toral Patel from the Department of Inclusion and Belonging as they dive into discussions on topics related to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. They will interview colleagues throughout Cornell who are working to build spaces of belonging for all Cornell employees and provide information on how you can begin building these spaces today.
 
Identity. Diversity. Empathy. Awareness. Service. The IDEAS Club at the John F. Kennedy School in Berlin, Germany was born of the demand that in our time of crises, in our Age of Anxiety, when democracy is fragile, when intolerance is increasingly tolerated, we must intensify our efforts to create a safe but challenging space to discuss and celebrate diversity. IDEAS is about challenging stereotypes, grappling with our biases, and tackling tough issues.
 
Introducing the newest addition to Dear Asian Youth! Hosted by Genesis Magpayo, Naina Giri, Abi Lee, and Izzie Kim, Dear Asian Girl is a podcast focused on uplifting, highlighting, and supporting Asian girls everywhere. With the lack of representation amongst Asian girls in social media, it's important that we as Asian girls support one another and bring awareness in order to be at the forefront of this change. For Asian Girls, by Asian Girls
 
Listen to SVCF Philanthropy Now podcast episodes free, on demand. As the largest community foundation in the world, SVCF engages donors and corporations from Silicon Valley, across the country and around the globe to make our region and world better for all. With our podcast series, we explore trends in the world of philanthropy, social impact initiatives in Silicon Valley and beyond, and how SVCF promotes innovative philanthropic solutions to challenging problems. Tune in, subscribe, and fo ...
 
Society Nine is a modern women's sports brand providing quality boxing gear and sportswear to empower you and your fight. Our podcast interviews and celebrates the stories and journeys of our guests, with topics ranging from equality and accessibility in sports and fitness, physical and mental wellness, pursuing our dreams, what it means to empower and uplift one another and the intersectionality of it all.
 
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Nancy is joined with Yanzi Ding to discuss her career as an actress and her short film, Sans Everything. * About the bilingual writer/actor Yanzi Ding New York Taiwanese bilingual actress Yanzi Ding is also a writer, translator, and dubbing artist. As an actor, she leads two Off-Broadway Play and two feature films. However, her mission in the Unite…
 
Vince Tien and Dr. Dung Trinh join the podcast to discuss the many ways Alzheimer’s disease affects the Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) community. Vince Tien and Dr. Trinh both work as part of 360 Clinic, a multi-specialty medical group focused on telehealth services. With their experience in healthcare and telehealth services amidst t…
 
Sonal Shah joins The Great Battlefield podcast to talk about her career and being the Founding President of The Asian American Foundation where they've raised over a billion dollars to invest in the AAPI Community, mobilize against hate and advocate for better representation.By Nathaniel G. Pearlman
 
Alina sits down with Pashmina, a rising freshman at NYU studying journalism, to talk all things relating to negative tropes in film regarding Muslims, specifically women practicing the Hijab. The two, passionate about film, tackle this subject through their creative and personal lenses, both as Muslim women and film creatives. Pashmina starts by di…
 
粵語 – Alice Liao, Barrington Hwang (黃品傑) MD, Bushra Rahman VMSIII, Eunice Yuen MD PhD (袁月敏) 從AAPI 心理健康的視角討論最近事件, 袁醫生的CHATogether 計劃(www.chatogether.org), 與其他心理健康資源。因為英文,國語,粵語 版本因翻譯原因略有不同. 感謝 Linfeng Wang, Frank Qi (祁忻), Alice Liao, 袁月敏 翻譯本期節目.By Barrington Hwang, MD
 
Dr. Jenny Wang (www.jennywangphd.com) is a psychologist and speaker who has focused her resources on growing a network of clinicians that can assist members of the AAPI community through the Asians For Mental Health Directory (https://asiansformentalhealth.com). Follow her social media accounts at asiansformentalhealth. Dr. Wang and John discuss th…
 
When talking about dementia caregiving, researchers are often working toward new treatments and strategies for supporting people with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. But how can we push the topic further and learn how we can better support dementia caregivers themselves? Dr. Eric Larson joins the podcast to discuss possible interventions to suppo…
 
On this week's ATTITUDES! Erin speaks on Jonathan Mitchell whom is responsible for Texas' new abortion law, Bryan follows up with AOC slamming Texas gov Greg Abbott for not understanding Dick Squiggly about this issue, and we all get a good laugh whenever Sarah Palin says any words that don't come from a teleprompter. All this plus real 911 stories…
 
SVCF Donor Circles are dynamic groups of Bay Area philanthropists who are passionate and knowledgeable about specific impact areas. Through collaboration, they achieve greater impact by learning and giving together. Donor circle member and Corporate Accelerator Forum CEO Diana Joseph and Palo Alto Players Managing Director Elizabeth Santana join to…
 
The Rinks & Great Park Ice is back with Episode 5! In this episode, we sat down with retired NHLer and former Anaheim Duck Emerson Etem! Emerson now owns the Long Beach Shredders with his Wife and is also the general manager and head coach. We chatted about hi how he got started in the sport, his transition to coaching, what it means to be back hom…
 
** We apologize that this episode was released later than we hope. A few of our guests mentioned projects that already occurred during the recording of this podcast. We have included links to these events below and we hope that you will look at their websites and their YouTube videos. **In this podcast we are excited to launch our first episode of …
 
Joe Sanok (host of The Practice of the Practice Podcast) is back talking about his upcoming book, Thursday Is The New Friday. His book launches on Oct 5 (Get it here - https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B096ZJC941?_encoding=UTF8&node=283155&offset=0&pageSize=12&searchAlias=stripbooks&sort=author-sidecar-rank&page=1&langFilter=default#f…
 
Nicole Kloosterman MS4, Barrington Hwang, MD, y Andrea Mendiola, MD, profesora asistente de psiquiatría en Yale, conversan sobre la cultura de la comunidad hispana y su relación con la salud mental. Específicamente, la doctora Mendiola describe su camino para llegar a la especialidad de psiquiatría, el Hispanic Psychiatry Fellowship, y algunas dife…
 
Nicole Kloosterman, MS4, Barrington Hwang, MD, and Andrea Mendiola, MD, currently an assistant professor of psychiatry at Yale, discuss culture in the Latino community and its intersection with mental health. Dr. Mendiola specifically discusses her path to psychiatry, the Hispanic Psychiatry Fellowship and cultural considerations for diagnosis and …
 
On #VoteHerIn, a collaboration of Two Broads Talking Politics & Rebecca Sive: Sara Guillermo is the CEO of IGNITE, the largest and most diverse young women's political leadership program in the country. Prior to assuming the CEO position in June 2021, Sara was Ignite’s Executive Director. As Sara noted in June regarding her plans for IGNITE: “After…
 
Welcome to Episode 48 of the Asian American History 101 podcast! As part of our series on Asian American food, we want to take a moment to talk about the history of Asian American Celebrity Chefs. We also take time to talk about some superheroes again… We begin the episode by remembering 9/11 and talking about Betty Ann Ong, the flight attendant an…
 
There is a masculinity crisis in America. Men are taught to suppress emotions, creating a world where not only are women harmed, but men as well. Justin Baldoni is working to change that, and joins us to discuss. Justin is an actor who many will know from his starring role as Raphael on Jane the Virgin. He is also a director, producer, entrepreneur…
 
Dear Asian Girl introduces our freshly onboarded hosts and researchers to the podcast! Alongside assistant director, Sunna, and podcast manager, Annette, meet the two new co-hosts, Izzie and Abigail, who will be joining Genesis and Naina, as well as Ellie, Eryn, Anika, Kim, and Mei who are all the podcast researchers helping behind the scenes. Get …
 
Tatenda Musapatike returns to The Great Battlefield podcast to talk about why she set out on her own to create The Voter Formation Project where they're working to register and mobilize under-represented communities through digital communication and experimentation.By Nathaniel G. Pearlman
 
This conversation is also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/MWlxEo72qnw The Singing Poet, Author, and Soprano Bles Chavez-Bernstein was born a storyteller. Today, she has a memoir titled, In The Typhoon's Eye, and a collection of poems titled, Without Rhyme. She addresses honorifics, shares the sacrifices she made being the eldest of seven sib…
 
For decades, video games have inspired hit songs and have been adapted into countless movies. Boris Willis says the next horizon for video games is the stage. He uses cutting-edge video game technology to turn his performances into interactive experiences. And: Arcades defined pop culture in the 1980’s and 90’s. But today, they’re almost extinct. Z…
 
This week, Bryan and Erin start off with a recap of Oprahs incredible speech and the unfortunate lack of male voices in support of Times Up at the Golden Globes. Then, Erin talks about Daphne Merkins insulting opinion piece about #MeToo and how she gets it so wrong. Bryan shares the development of the new trans inclusive show Pose and how creator R…
 
If you enjoy our podcasts and journals, please support IDEAS! Half of your donations will be shared with our allies at LSVD. Make a donation, however humble, over here. Endorsements: Mathilda - Invisible Women and The Feminist Present podcast Tony - Hassan Piker and Kanye West's Donda (and do NOT order from Crispy's Chicken!) Sophie - Kendrick Lama…
 
Kate Nash, Founder and Chief Executive of PurpleSpace, returns to the program to discuss the mission and vision of her organization and discuss details about #PurpleLightUp, a global movement that celebrates and draws attention to the economic contribution of the 386 million disabled employees around the world.…
 
Can leaning into something you were previously ashamed of actually become your superpower? We find out when Vanessa talks to Gregory Cendana, a dancer, political strategist and entrepreneur who has been named one of Washington DC's most influential 40 under 40, about dancing for social justice. Gregory reflects upon his upbringing in a conservative…
 
Welcome to Episode 47 of the Asian American History 101 podcast! For U.S. and Canadian listeners, Happy Labor or Labour Day! To honor Labor Day, we’re going to talk about Larry Itliong, a prominent Filipino American who was a leader in the farm workers movement. His influence and vision helped lead to the Delano Grape Strike as well as the formatio…
 
Schools are getting back in session for the third academic year impacted by COVID-19. To discuss this, along with the weaponization of education and educators by right-wing political forces, critical race theory, and more, we’ve invited Sari Beth Rosenberg on the show. Sari is a public high school teacher in Manhattan, whose career was originally d…
 
Jay Bradley, Laura Koch and Michael Memis talk about the study abroad experience in the midst of reopening and concerns surrounding the delta variant, Jordan Broking and Gia Guido explore the circumstances surrounding President Collado's departure from Ithaca College including what some students have to say about it, and Emma Kersting along with Ca…
 
Julio Soriano was a friend of ours who passed on to the next great footy field in the sky about two weeks ago. Always an avid listener of FCFC, he’d send us DMs talking through specific things he heard on the pod. After months of planning to get him on as a guest, it was all a wash. And then we found his blog. A 9-part look into “Why LAFC?”, “Why L…
 
Jen returns with another solo episode! She shares her and Nani’s winter plans for the show, newly released content you can only find on Tsismis with Jen and Nani, and most importantly, she dedicates today’s episode to YOU, the listener! THANK YOU SO MUCH for your patience and grace when it comes to our thoughtful replies to your messages. We know w…
 
In 2017, many Americans watched in horror as violent images from the Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville started spreading. A few short years later, My Monticello tells the story of Charlottesville neighbors fleeing racist violence and taking refuge in Thomas Jefferson’s home, Monticello. The author, Jocelyn Johnson, talks about what it means …
 
On this very special episode of The Soul of the Nation, Rev. Jim Wallis revisits his conversation with Most Rev. Michael Curry, the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church. They discuss our current political and moral crisis, whose antecedents are even longer than the very history of our country itself. Wallis and Curry share King's vision of a be…
 
Healthcare policy activist and 9/11 survivor Lila Nordstrom joins Kelly to discuss her incredible new book, Some Kids Left Behind: A Survivor's Fight for Health Care in the Wake of 9/11, which is both a riveting memoir of 9/11 and what happened to survivors in the aftermath, and a guidebook for how to advocate for yourself and your community when n…
 
On this week's ATTITUDES! We announce the first of many high heel shoe chairs and sheets winners to come!! Erin speaks of American Idol alum Syesha Mercado having their son taken away by Florida CPS, and the implicit bias rooted into the child welfare system. Bryan discusses a bust of Marsha P. Johnson being erected in NYC by activists and artists …
 
On this special episode, we took questions from our listeners about a range of topics political, cultural, and personal. QUESTIONS:Thoughts on the crate challenge? (1:26)How do you service a pandemic? (7:40)Thoughts on Sha'Carri Richardson? (12:48)How would you rate Biden's presidency? (25:30)What issue is currently not getting enough attention? (2…
 
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