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Asian American History 101 is a fun, family-friendly, and informative podcast co-hosted by Gen and Ted Lai, the daughter and father team. The podcast will entertain and educate people as Gen and Ted dive into the vast history of Asian Pacific Americans from the struggles they faced to their contributions and triumphs. And sometimes we cover topics of the Asian Pacific Diaspora globally.
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Hosted and produced by Asha Dahya rePROFilm connects storytellers and advocates who celebrate bodily autonomy. We curate mission-aligned short films in our online publication, The Periodical, along with an original interview podcast, playlist, newsworthy links and other small bits of activism. All you have to do is sign up at reprofilm.org
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Introducing a new podcast addressing the issues facing the AAPI community today. Hosted by Jason, Will, and Carol, this podcast aims to challenge stereotypes, celebrate successes, and explore the complexities of Asian identity in North America. Each episode features thought-provoking discussions, inspiring stories from influential AAPI individuals, and expert insights on how we can all contribute to making AAPI voices feel ”major” — empowered, recognized, and respected. This podcast is a val ...
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A movement to better overall health geared towards the Pan-Asian community but ultimately to all that can benefit. As children of Asian immigrants, we were taught at an early age to not speak out and accept things as they are. Ikigai Essentials is a platform to inspire and empower others, particularly Asian Americans who may have felt similar pressures to conform or stay silent. Life is too precious to remain silent, so I am hopeful that by taking a step forward I am able to help reduce the ...
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Tuckered Out with Ami Thakkar

Ami Thakkar Raval: Podcaster and Writer

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A podcast interviewing South Asian trailblazers, experts, and prominent voices around the world. We discuss the messiness of growing up brown, have honest conversations about personal and professional journeys, talk about projects that currently fulfill our souls, and discuss topics we could never talk about in front of those aunties we grew up with. Uncle jokes included.
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Behind the Lavalava

Behind the Lavalava Cast

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Welcome to Behind the Lavalava! Here, you will find authentic, firsthand perspectives on Pacific Island culture and life from a group of seasoned veterans. We share stories and express our opinions, all drawn from our own life experiences. This podcast places a special emphasis on all veterans, the people and cultures of the Pacific, and small businesses.
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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 ...
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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 ...
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Building unapologetic confidence in AAPI professionals Through systematic training Jeanny, Founder of BambooMyth.com will outline step by step how to transform overwhelm and burnout to taking ownership of your leadership and career design. Tapping into her experience coaching over 300+ AAPI women and speaking at dozens of Fortune 500 companies, including Amazon, Uber, KPMG, Salesforce, and Cisco, she reveals the strategies needed to overcome ingrained cultural norms that have become a roadbl ...
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Exit Spring Mountain

Nevada Public Radio

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Exit Spring Mountain is a show about the issues facing Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities in Southern Nevada. We explore the impact of history, politics and the economy on AAPI community members, while sharing stories by and for AAPI people.
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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.
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Shut Up And Dribble

Fung Jen Productions

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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
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The Linsider

Story Arch Pictures

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Welcome! The Linsider shares conversations on the entertainment industry from a cross-cultural and interdisciplinary perspective. If you are new to the show, consider starting from Episode 1 with Kenny Leu. Evergreen content.
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MISREPRESENTED tells stories that challenge the way you think about how history gets made. The show was recently awarded the Gotham Film & Media Institute and Variety Magazine's Audio Honor "in recognition of their innovations in audio storytelling." It's also been featured by Apple Podcasts and has become a Top 100 hit in over a dozen countries. 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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Artists at Play produces theatrical programming that explores the Asian American experience. This podcast will feature new play broadcasts, conversations, and a behind-the-scenes look at our organization and programming.
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A show where we aim to illuminate and elevate Asian culture and creators! New episodes every Wednesday! Tune in each week as Curtis and friends discuss ways that Asian creators and Asian culture make our lives more interesting. Email us at: infatuasianpodcast@gmail.com and follow us on Facebook or Instagram @infatuasianpodcast
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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://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/gaysian/support
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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.
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Using more than 99% target language, LCTS听故事说中文 creates authentic and immersive Chinese language podcast. It covers a wide range of topics and proficiency levels(Novice, Intermediate, Advanced). Every story has two parts: story (A) and story explanation (B), accompanied by annotated vocabulary and transcript. For example, an episode titled "2.3.12 A" means this episode is at the level of Intermediate High (2.3), is the 12th episode created for this level, and is the story, not story explanat ...
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Where Y'all Really From

Louisville Public Media

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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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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 ...
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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 ...
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Books Are Magical

Analicia, Rachael, & Hannah

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Books Are Magical is a weekly podcast featuring three friends chatting about books. We cover multiple genres, including fantasy, science fiction, nonfiction, and contemporary fiction. Want to connect? We would love to hear from you! Our email is booksaremagicalpodcast@gmail.com, and our Insta is @booksaremagicalpod. Thank you for listening!
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Central Coast Voices addresses the many ramifications of change and how today's choices will affect tomorrow's community. This program is an extension and production of "Action for Healthy Communities" an organization committed to identifying and carrying out projects that will improve the quality of life in San Luis Obispo County.
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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.
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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
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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 ...
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Chai Time Podcast

Lin, Sasha, Laila

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Chai Time was founded by six friends volunteering their time and resources to make a difference. Chai Time is a platform, where experts and professionals of various fields provide advice and information on socially sensitive and taboo issues. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/chaitimepodcast/support
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Books and Boba

Potluck Podcast Collective

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Books & Boba is a book club dedicated to books written by Asian and Asian American authors. We cover a wide range of genres including contemporary, historical fiction, sci-fi, fantasy, YA, nonfiction, thrillers, graphic novels, and memoirs.
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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 ...
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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.
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Reorg podcasts feature highlights from the previous week, previews of what's to come in the week ahead and deep dives on issues and companies in the distressed and high-yield space. Stay informed on what's discussed on the podcast by requesting trial access to Reorg. We’re looking for feedback to improve the podcast experience! Please share your thoughts by taking the survey:https://www.research.net/r/Reorg_podcast_survey
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Best of AAPI Heritage Month: Richard Sakurai on life in a Japanese Internment Camp As we honor AAPI Heritage Month there is one interview that I think everyone should hear. In 2017, I had the privilege of speaking with Richard Sakurai about his experience in a Japanese Internment camp. At the time of the interview, he was 91 years old. The internme…
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Ryan Gorman hosts an iHeartRadio nationwide special featuring Cynthia Choi, Co-Founder of Stop AAPI Hate. Cynthia Choi joins the show for Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month to discuss her organization’s work raising awareness for AAPI racism and discrimination. Plus, Dr. Stephen Soffer, Psychologist and Co-Chief of the Division of Out…
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S2 Ep 6 is our first Live Episode from the Los Angeles Central Public Library in Downtown Los Angeles recorded in front of a live audience on May 18, 2024. Joanna Fabicon of the LA Library introduces Susie and Ed. Susie and Ed talk about who they are and why they started TikTok as well as the podcast including normalizing the Asian experience and b…
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This week, Houston Chapter Presidents from AAREA, AREAA, SAREA, SAREP, and VNARP discussed their outstanding work to educate and empower consumers and improve the real estate industry. Sign up for Free Industry News Subscriptions for HAR Members here- https://www.harconnect.com/free-industry-news-subscriptions-for-har-members/ Are you an HAR MLS Pl…
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Have you ever been labeled as the 'Model Minority' when it comes to finances? This episode focuses on why the 'Model Minority' myth is harmful and the challenges faced by AAPI communities. Join us as we delve into our thoughts and ideas on how to raise awareness among the younger generation
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Kiran Handa Gaudioso, President & CEO of the United Way of Northern New Jersey and President of United for ALICE, and Dr. Stephanie Hoopes, National Director for United for ALICE. Kiran and Dr. Hoopes discuss the United Way’s work and how data compiled for the ALICE report offers local, state, and federal leaders, charitable organizations, and corp…
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On this episode we chat with author Malia Maunekea about her latest middle grade novel, Lei and the Invisible Island, which concludes her MG duology following the summer adventures of Lei, a Native Hawaiian girl from Colorado, who rediscovers her roots as she deals with the antics of spirits and gods drawn from Hawaiian folklore while visiting her …
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Welcome to Flashback Friday! We're bringing back two great films that we covered at SXSW, because you will be able to see them on the big screen (and we highly recommend that you do) during the Frameline Film Festival in San Francisco (from June 19th -June 29th)! A House Is Not A Disco captures a year in the life of the world's most iconic homo-nor…
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Events, trends & issues impacting the real estate industry, curated by HAR President & CEO Bob Hale for the week of June 10 - June 14, 2024. Sign up for Free Industry News Subscriptions for HAR Members here- https://www.harconnect.com/free-industry-news-subscriptions-for-har-members/ Are you an HAR MLS Platinum Subscriber? Join our Facebook Group! …
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Two weeks after an angry parent accosted him on stage at graduation -- and video of the incident went viral worldwide -- Baraboo schools superintendent Dr. Rainey Briggs sits down with our Rob Chappell (14:40) to talk about the moment, the aftermath, and what it means for Baraboo. Plus, we preview this weekend's Big Gay Market (0:45), dig into some…
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On Season 2, Episode 9, Susie's kids have one more week of school before summer vacation starts. Ed is going on a his first date from the dating apps this Saturday... Susie wants to come along. Ed says he likes "crazy" but has a hard time verbalizing what that means to Susie.... so Ed tries to explain it this je ne sais quoi factor to Susie.... but…
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This week, Anita Blue, 2024 President of the LGBTQ+ Real Estate Alliance, shared how REALTORS® can empower the LGBTQ+ community on their path towards and enjoyment of homeownership. Sign up for Free Industry News Subscriptions for HAR Members here- https://www.harconnect.com/free-industry-news-subscriptions-for-har-members/ Are you an HAR MLS Plati…
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We're continuing our celebration of Pride Month by discussing the Frameline Film Festival (the world's oldest and largest LGBTQIA film festival, running June 19th-June 29th) with Executive Director, Allegra Madsen! Allegra is a badass bitch who has been able to marry her love of community building with her love of films as Frameline's newly coined …
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Addressing the importance of Climate Justice creates a more equitable and sustainable future for all. An in-depth discussion with Kavita Tewary, Carole Juarez and Vaibhavi Kotnis from Sewa International USA-Houston. Sewa International's mission is to serve humanity in distress, aid local communities, run development projects for the underserved, an…
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Eddie Ahn has been working in environmental justice as the executive director of Brightline Defense for the past 15+ years, here in San Francisco. And you know me, whenever I get a chance to interview someone from SF I'll jump at the chance! Eddie has published his first graphic novel, Advocate, a memoir about navigating family and working on envir…
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Send us a Text Message. Welcome back to another episode and this week we are are interviewing New York Times Best Selling author Marie Lu about her sequel, Icon and Inferno. Join in as we reconnect wit characters Sydney and Winter on their new adventure and talk a little about writing and hobbies. Thank you for joining us on this journey!…
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In this episode of The Primary View, senior reporter Geoff Burrows sits down with Jon Henes, CEO of C Street Advisory Group, to discuss the crucial role of corporate communications firms in the restructuring world. They explore C Street's rapid expansion, the intricacies of managing communications for liability management transactions, and the impa…
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Welcome to Season 4, Episode 24! In this episode, we share a conversation with Sarah Myer, the Eisner Award nominated author and illustrator of the graphic memoir Monstrous: A Transracial Adoption Story, published by First Second Books. Other than the Eisner Awards, their work with Monstrous has gained attention with an L.A. Times Book Prize nomina…
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Are you a fan of our podcast and hungry for more? Well, we've got a treat for you! By becoming a member, you'll gain exclusive access to our treasure trove of story and story explanation transcripts as well as vocabulary list covered in our our conversation. Transcript Membership Did you know that you can practice your spoken Chinese with Rui & Sim…
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Ryan Gorman hosts an iHeartRadio nationwide special featuring Albert T. Roy, President & CEO of the Lupus Research Alliance. Albert T. Roy joins the show following Lupus Awareness Month to discuss the disease, including progress in diagnosing and treating Lupus, along with research currently underway to find a cure. Also, Eleni Towns, Director of N…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, we delve into the 2024 Utah Pacific Fashion Cultural Extravaganza with Kalolaine Pahulu Rapp and Fatiatamai Folau of Utah Pacific Fashion. Kalo, a co-founder and the current owner, shares the journey from the inception of the fashion show to its growth into a major event exclusively showcasing Pacific design…
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Have you ever desired something intensely, obtained it, and then, after some time, felt like you wanted something else, even though what you achieved was objectively positive? Your brain was simply doing what it has evolved to do: habituate Habituation is a phenomenon where our responses diminish over time to constant or gradually changing stimuli.…
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Events, trends & issues impacting the real estate industry, curated by HAR President & CEO Bob Hale for the week of June 3 - June 7, 2024. AI – Highlights RentSpree webinar HAR Housing Affordability Index The Reality of Real Estate Sign up for Free Industry News Subscriptions for HAR Members here- https://www.harconnect.com/free-industry-news-subsc…
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Welcome to Flashback Fridays! We're bringing back two films that you can see on the big screen at this year's Frameline Film Festival in San Francisco (running June 19-29)! We truly loved both of these documentaries that will introduce you to two amazing women that should already be household names. The World According to Allee Willis shares the st…
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On this episode we sit down with author Abraham Chang about his debut novel 888 Love and the Divine Burden of Numbers, an Asian American coming-of-age love story that takes place in 1995 New York City. We chat with Abe about the inspirations behind his novel as well as how he transitioned from working in publishing to becoming a published novelist.…
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Today, we look ahead toward a couple Juneteenth events (01:25), preview a new play at Overture Center (07:50) and get an update (and takes) on the incident at Baraboo High School's graduation (47:17). In the interview segment (18:25), Araceli Esparza and Paquita Purnell join us to talk about the upcoming Yo Quiero Dinero event, featuing the stories…
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For our June edition of HAR Community Conversations, we welcomed Rob Chrane, CEO of Down Payment Resource. He discussed opportunities for homebuyers, real estate agents, and lenders by uncovering programs that can help with the number one obstacle to homeownership – the down payment! Sign up for Free Industry News Subscriptions for HAR Members here…
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Join host Dr. Mario Espinoza-Kulick on Central Coast Voices as we explore the work of Future Leaders of America, an organization dedicated to developing resilient youth leaders who advocate for systemic change. Learn about how their culturally proficient programs equip young individuals with public speaking, advocacy, and leadership skills to addre…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, we interview Nestor Campos and Milo Amundsen from MagicPay to delve into the world of payment processing. Nestor, originally from Cuba, shares his journey to becoming an expert in the industry, while Milo discusses his unique experiences in American Samoa. They introduce MagicPay, a service provider offering…
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Anjali Virmani is the Global Head of Creative Solutions at Time Out Media. Shuttling between 10 global offices with a brief of 333 cities, she crafts and implements the Time Out global brand story, strategy, and identity, building bridges between the Time Out brand and its consumers globally. Anjali’s passion for diversity, uniting, and empowering …
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S 2 Ep 8 starts with Susie throwing out all the kimchi she made. Ed wishes he had a kimchi fridge. Ed had a busy weekend video chatting with someone from the dating apps and had a busy weekend. Korean man starts a Tik Tok cult. Woman on Tik Tok doesn't want to return her shopping cart. AITA include: AITA for not thinking I'm a Koreaboo. AITA for te…
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This week, HAR Technology Marketing Specialist Sally Snook discussed the latest technology innovations for REALTORS® that will make you more efficient and take your marketing to the next level! Sign up for Free Industry News Subscriptions for HAR Members here- https://www.harconnect.com/free-industry-news-subscriptions-for-har-members/ Are you an H…
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I traveled to Macau to teach English for 3 summers in the early 90's. It's a really special place to me, since so much of my Chinese identity was formed during my time there. Since I lived there before the internet age, I needed to dial and receive phone calls from overseas, so I was familiar with telling people they needed to dial the country code…
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Welcome to the EMEA Core Credit Weekly podcast by Reorg. This episode covers:The risks U.S. call center operator Foundever faces from AI advancementsAn analysis of vehicle outsourcing firm ZenithRecent changes in European sustainability-linked loans and bondsWe value your feedback to help us improve the podcast experience. Please take a moment to c…
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We're celebrating CAAMFest (Center for Asian American Media) 2024 with two films about young women athletes! Home Court is a documentary that follows Ashley Chea, a basketball prodigy and first generation Cambodian-American, as she navigates recruitment, injury, and generational trauma. We are joined by director Erica Tanamachi and producer Jenn Le…
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Welcome to another MiOsc episode, where we dive deep into the intricate web of human connections and the spaces we share. Today, we’re ranting a bit — how we share not just physical spaces but responsibilities, experiences, and the air we breathe. Join another fun journey through the joys and challenges of family travel, the cherished moments spent…
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Daya's Client Advocate, Mansi Baxi talk about healthy relationships and South Asian Pride in honor of Pride Month. We discuss the history behind Pride, break down the misconceptions and have a better understanding of the LGBTQ+ community. Daya Houston is a nonprofit organization that empower South Asian Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence thr…
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