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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.
 
This is a Call-to-Action podcast series with filmmakers, storytellers, & advocates in conversation with Asha Dayha. The rePRO Periodical is FREE to everyone. All you have to do is sign up at reprofilm.org – Every month, ReproFilm.org delivers a whole host of goodies straight to your inbox in a newsletter format, which includes a short film to watch, advocacy and action items, important articles and news, and of course, this series!
 
What’s the one universal question Asian Americans are asked at least once (but more like a million times) in their lives? "Where are you from?” “No, but where are you really from?” Where Y'all Really From focuses on the tens of thousands of folks whose answer is, “Kentucky!” Hosts Charlene Buckles & Dan Wu chat with and share the diverse stories and perspectives of Asian American and Pacific Islanders living, learning, and loving in the bluegrass state.
 
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Thrive Spice

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Thrive Spice

Vanessa Tsang Shiliwala

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Thrive Spice is a podcast centered on the Asian American mental health experience while navigating career, family, identity and social empowerment. Join host Vanessa Tsang Shiliwala as she invites diverse business and political leaders, entrepreneurs, activists, and creators to share their real stories and practical advice on how they found their "Thrive Spice" - the joy that comes from finally owning our identity, power, and worth. Our mission is to promote a more inclusive world that cente ...
 
Welcome to Behind the Lavalava! Here, you will find authentic, firsthand perspectives on Samoan culture and life from a group of seasoned veterans. We share stories and express our opinions, all drawn from our own life experiences. Join us as we delve into the complexities and beauty of Samoan culture, and explore topics that resonate with our audience.
 
Join AAPI FORCE-EF volunteers as we explore how AAPI organizations, activists, and community members are Making Waves across California. In this 5-episode podcast series, we highlight long histories of pro-people organizing and resistance against injustice, diving particularly into topics like… How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted Filipino nurses? What does it look like to build progressive people power in the Central Valley? How are Asian American youth getting involved? From AAPI FORCE-E ...
 
Welcome to Real Talk: Unfiltered, where we dive deep into the experiences of trusted leaders in our community. Hosted by Katherine Ally Zaslavsky and Raymond Luu, our show gets real about issues facing Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, to add context to tough topics and to make the political -- personal. Unlike most media, we don't rely on sound bites - we use our platform to take space and make space for the unfiltered truth of AAPI existence. Created by Katherine Ally Zaslavsky Real T ...
 
In May 2021, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced AAPI LA, an initiative to help amplify and address the challenges and needs of AAPI communities to ensure that AAPI Angelenos, who have historically been left out of important conversations - whether due to cultural and language barriers or biases - have a seat at the table. A podcast, Asian American Stories, launched as the initiative’s effort to provide a platform to give voice to the Asian American Pacific Islander communities by sharing their st ...
 
The word “ Bánh Mì “ means “bread” in Vietnamese. Bánh Mì sandwiches are a long-time Vietnamese staple that’s been influenced since the French colonization. It was the first Vietnamese food I grew to like as a Southeast Asian kid growing up in a White middle class neighborhood outside of Chicago. Through "The Bánh Mì Chronicles," I am looking to "break bánh mì" with AAPI folks in Chicago and beyond, to understand the work they are doing for themselves, their community, and their family. This ...
 
The AAPI label is an umbrella term for over 50 ethnic groups and when considered as a standalone identity, a monolithic group, the richness of our community is diminished and our different experiences and truths become void. On this podcast, we invite you on a journey to dismantle the stereotypes as we set out to show we are more than a monolith by addressing misperceptions, sharing our truths and exploring personal stories. Each episode is a conversation where we dive into a variety of topi ...
 
This podcast is about more than basketball; it's about culture, business, and everything beyond the X's and O's. From how the NBA addresses social issues to the decline in TV ratings, join Jeffrey Lin, Matt, and friends in discussing how the real world crosses over with basketball. Hosted by Jeffrey Lin Part of Fung Jen Productions Interested in AAPI movies? Reel Asian Podcast dives into some of the most impactful AAPI movies
 
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 are cisgender female. For Season 4, Jen and Nani pivot the show to focus on their journey as podcasters, content creators, and entrepreneurs -- with a focus on advocating for Filipino American women storytellers and authors. WANT MORE FROM OUR SHOW? Join our *NEW* online community that offers dai ...
 
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Pride Talk

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Pride Talk

NAAAP Pride - A National Program by National Association of Asian American

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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.
 
MISREPRESENTED tells stories that challenge the way we think about South Asia’s role in world history. Each episode begins with a story about a person, place, or thing that isn’t remembered correctly today. But we also tell the story of *why* that history got twisted or erased. So meta! So fun! Subscribe? Sublime! MISREPRESENTED is produced by Kahaani, a project to put the world back in world history. Learn more at www.kahaani.io
 
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Gaysian

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Gaysian

Geoffrey Gaurano

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Gaysian is a show that celebrates, educates, and raises awareness about the gay and Asian lived experience through interviews with AAPI or gaysian scholars, activists, and creatives. Subscribe on Spotify for new episodes every other Tuesday. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gaysian/support
 
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.
 
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
 
Feeling world weary? Disheartened by politics? Enraged by racism? In MIND YOUR MARGINS, Michelle Myers draws on her experience as a professor, activist, and poet to foster a space for listeners where it’s humanly possible to make humanity possible. Each episode, Michelle discusses topics with a focus on marginalized identities. She also encourages healthy ways to manage anxiety and anger as well as emphasizes the importance of practicing daily affirmations of personal acceptance, healing, an ...
 
During an era where proposed "Don't Say Gay" and anti-trans laws are growing across the U.S., It's OK to Say Gay celebrates LGBTQ+ voices while holding conversations that get allies to listen. Hosted by Femi Redwood, this series features engaging interviews, inclusive storytelling, and informative deep dives into issues affecting the queer community.
 
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We, The Many

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We, The Many

The Black & Asian Alliance Network

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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.
 
Mayly Tao is a Teochew, Khmer, and Thai first generation Asian American woman based out of Southern California who is the host of Short & Sweet Podcast. She explores themes relating to women empowerment, entrepreneurs, and uplifting and highlighting AAPI stories. She shares a fresh outlook on a variety of topics, sharing anecdotes regarding small business, systems, branding, and partnerships from her experience of owning her own bakery and multiple businesses. She brings on guests in a varie ...
 
This podcast explores unique topics related to dementia through conversations with physicians, experts, and community leaders—focusing on innovative ideas, practical strategies, and proven methods to create a supportive path for caregivers. Reach out to us with questions or comments at DementiaUntangled@bannerhealth.com. Our renowned programs and services are made possible by the generous support of donors to Banner Alzheimer’s Foundation. To learn more about the ways you can help support fa ...
 
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 ...
 
Welcome to Varta Lab, a delightful concoction of stories featuring Aakash Mehta, one of India's most obsessive storytellers on and off stage, and Navin Noronha, who is an okay person. Together they tell stories to each other from their life and welcome others to do the same. Fun times.
 
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Feeling Asian

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Feeling Asian

Youngmi Mayer & Brian Park

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Feeling Asian is a weekly podcast hosted by Youngmi Mayer and Brian Park, two Asian Americans with plenty of feelings about sex, dating, survival, self-worth, and everything in between. Meet our fun, interesting friends along the way; past guests include Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast, Stephanie Hsu, Bowen Yang, Yaeji, and more! Named a top podcast of 2021 by CNN and featured on Apple and Spotify’s homepages, Feeling Asian offers a healthy and compassionate space for Asians, Asian Ame ...
 
On each edition of JW Fast Takes, we’ll talk to Jackson Walker attorneys on an emerging topic of interest. We’ll discuss quick, actionable takeaways to help you and your business navigate today’s complex, interconnected landscape. This podcast is made available by Jackson Walker LLP for informational purposes only, does not constitute legal or medical advice, and is not a substitute for legal advice from qualified counsel. Your use of this podcast does not create an attorney-client relations ...
 
Join Clark Hill’s Angeline Chen, a leading immigration attorney, in discussing the impacts of US immigration law and policy. On Immigration Today, Angeline interviews leaders, experts, advocates and volunteers in immigration and immigrant rights on the issues, their experiences and their advice on how YOU can make a difference.
 
"The ARCC of Change” with Donzel Leggett, is a podcast from the Anti-Racism Commitment or ARCC, an organization dedicated to eradicating racism and hate and spreading anti-racism. Listen as Donzel talks about the relevant topics that will inspire you and help build your capability to take action and change the world. Because none of us are doing enough as long as racism still exists.
 
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Two mass shootings in Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay, California have led to even more anxiety and trauma within AAPI communities. Between March 2020 and March 2022, there was a massive surge of anti-Asian hate, with over 11,400 reported incidents, according to Stop AAPI Hate.By Rose Aguilar, Bee Soll
 
My birthday, AAPI history bill, and advocacy Happy birthday to me! In time for Lunar New Year, HB 287 and SB 294 were filed in Florida on January 19, 2023. I’ve been working on this bill for almost 2 years now. It’s been a process. Thank you for humoring me during this episode as I share some discoveries about AAPI history and what it means to me. …
 
Join Vanessa Shiliwala and special guest Leslie Lew as we hold space for AAPI community healing in the aftermath of Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay shootings. It's a raw, honest session as we struggle to process grief alongside joy during Lunar New Year, which is supposed to be a time of celebration, community and joy. We talk about the intersectio…
 
Monterey Park, the site of a mass shooting on Saturday after the city’s annual Lunar New Year ended, is home to Asian immigrants and mom-and-pop businesses. The anti-abortion movement has struggled to form the same unity and cohesion it once had. Activists in favor of abortion access have gained their own victories. Investigators have found no conc…
 
Join us for an in-depth conversation with comedian, emcee, and content creator Kuldip Shergill of Kooldip Tv. We delve into Kuldip's personal life and get to know the man behind the laughter. Discover his motivations and what drives him to entertain and bring joy to people. In this episode, we also honor the memory of Kuldip's late father, Kuldip S…
 
This week on Varta Lab, Aakash & Navin are joined by ALOK V Menon. ALOK (they/them) is an internationally acclaimed author, poet, comedian, and public speaker. As a mixed-media artist their work explores themes of trauma, belonging, and the human condition. The episode : How Navin met ALOK ALOK - the introduction Hair, hair, balding & rituals Aakas…
 
Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled a new concealed carry bill this week, banning guns in public places. It’s a response to the latest California mass shootings. For months, seven states that rely on the Colorado River have been debating how to reduce their water use — because the river is nearing critically-low levels. Other states, including Massachus…
 
Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man, was beaten to death by five Black Memphis police officers only 100 yards away from his mother's home. The officers were swiftly charged with second degree murder, which is highly unusual. Civil rights attorneys say swift charges must become common practice in order to stop police brutality.…
 
Hi friends, it's been a while. And tragically, we find ourselves in a situation similar to the one that inspired us to start this show in the first place. Violence has affected our community again, with two mass shootings in California during celebrations of the Lunar New Year. Our need to process these events is too urgent to wait for our next sea…
 
The College Board has revised some of its new AP African American studies curriculum following criticism from Governor Ron DeSantis and other conservatives. After taking over Twitter, Elon Musk now faces a roughly $300 million interest payment on the company’s debt. “The Quiet Epidemic” examines the spread of Lyme disease and the medical establishm…
 
Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old Black father and son who loved to photograph sunsets, will be laid to rest today in Memphis, Tennessee. The country is dealing with collective trauma after yet another police killing and witnessing a savage and deadly beating. Where should the conversation go from here?By Rose Aguilar, Bee Soll
 
President Biden has announced that the COVID-19 national emergency and public health emergency will end on May 11, 2023. In this episode, Jackson Walker partner Jeffrey Frost, a former Deputy General Counsel at an integrated health network in Northern California, shares three actions health systems should take now to ensure compliance once the emer…
 
After visiting five different doctors to finally get an accurate diagnosis of Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD), our guest Laurie Scherrer found herself feeling lost and hopeless. She felt invisible, alone, and unsure about the rest of her life. That is, until she took her diagnosis into her own hands and found resources, support, and a new outlook on …
 
REHEARSAL with special guest Courtney Hope Thérond The “Rehearsal” director talks to Asha Dahya on the Periodical Podcast about how her own on-set experiences inspired her short film. Maybe if she could demonstrate how intimacy scenes can go awry, she thought, others might understand how problems can arise even between people who trust, care for, a…
 
A comet with a green tail will be the most visible in tonight's sky. It last passed through our solar system 50,000 years ago. The government has asked California and six other states to reach an agreement on drastic cuts for water use, or it would make the decision itself. Today is the deadline. Starting May 11, the U.S. government will no longer …
 
Join us this week as we hear from Sabrina Chan and La Thao. These incredible women open up about their ethnic journey and the highs and lows of writing their new book, Learning Our Names. Listen to how these women embraced for such a time as this. Show Notes: InterVarsity Fellowship Learning Our Names Following Jesus Without Dishonoring Your Parent…
 
Nghiep Lam, a member of APSC (Asian Prisoner Support Committee), shares his story of reintegrating into civilian life after spending 20 years incarcerated. He reveals the inadequacies and troubles of the prisoner pipeline system. As a result, he now advocates for his community, committing to help other incarcerated API folks learn about their cultu…
 
Welcome to Season 3, Episode 4! We begin this episode with reflections on the recent shootings in Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay. We also talk about the White House celebrating Lunar New Year as well as the recent nominations of Asian Pacific Islanders for the Grammy Awards and Academy Awards… and there are a LOT, with the biggest news being the 1…
 
Following the violent beating and death of Tyre Nichols, retired LAPD Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey looks at the Memphis police department and what went wrong. Is there a benefit to watching videos of police brutality? Do they galvanize people to fight for change or do they numb viewers to trauma? Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis could face a lawsuit over the st…
 
TW/CW: Mentions of Anti-Asian hate, sexual violence, and gaslighting (S8, EP 2) Leslie Lew joins me for this week's episode as she talks about her work as a trauma-informed self-defense coach and what it means to break down the patriarchy and ableism in self-defense work. We discussed the ongoing Stop Asian Hate movement, and what it means to recla…
 
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