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Princess R Lakshman, author, counsellor, life coach, and degree-qualified clinical nutritionist, speaks on different aspects of healing and recovery. These podcast episodes are inspired from the author’s life when she was healing and recovering from mental illness that began when she was battling with a brain tumour, adjusting to life as a single mother after a sudden marriage breakdown due to domestic violence, and facing rejection and disownment from family due to her choice to embrace Isl ...
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Salai Shop is a well-known brand in the United States, offering some of Pakistan’s biggest brands to some of the world’s most famous celebrities in sport, entertainment and social media.Outfits available at Salai shop have been seen worn by Cedric The Entertainer, Amir Khan, Mahira Khan, Ayeza Khan, Iqra Aziz, Mehwish Hayat & many more! It is every celebrities go to brand for south asian clothing.
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"What's Brown Got to Do With It?" is a thought-provoking podcast delving into the triumphs and trials of the South Asian diaspora, featuring guests who bring unique perspectives to discussions on diversity. Host Shadia passionately drives the show towards fostering inclusive spaces, embodying a commitment to positive change through enlightening and inspiring narratives.
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The Matrix Podcast features interviews with social scientists from across the University of California, Berkeley campus (and beyond). It also features recordings of events, including panels and lectures. The Matrix Podcast is produced by Social Science Matrix, an interdisciplinary research center at the University of California, Berkeley.
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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) expert Amraze Khan hosts the podcast with various guests, discussing key themes and topics in relation to EDI, aimed at helping to raise awareness and give you knowledge to make a positive impact on the world. Get in touch, TheEqualityLens@gmail.com
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Popular writer Umera Ahmed's official Podcast account for you to enjoy her famous and bestselling novels as Audio Books, she is the author of more than 30 titles. Umera Ahmed is Pakistan's most celebrated popular fiction novelist and playwright, she has also written web series and feature films for popular international OTT platforms
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"Sukhan" means the Art-of-Conversation in Urdu. This is a space where we will go on a journey, a 'safar' of exploration of the innermost faces of ourselves through the art of words. We will recite, understand and celebrate ourselves through the Hindustani language, a 'zabaan' that is inherent to our identities. Sukhan zinda rahe.
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Bazm-e-Adeel Zaidi will have poetry selections from famous Urdu poets as well as selections from Adeel zaidi's poetry.My vision is to give poetry lovers a place where they can listen to the masters of Urdu poetry. However, the selections will be mine!Enjoy!
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Have you harnessed the true power of online branding and marketing? Join Duke Sayer as he cuts through the crap of what works online and how to get yourself seen as a thought leader in your niche. Develop a social brand that is visible and engaging to your target audience by learning from the best and brightest online and brand marketers in the world each and every week.
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Bu hafta konuk olarak katıldığım bir TV programında tartışılan konuyu gündeme getiriyoruz: yurtdışında öğretmenlik yapmak zor mu? Tayvan'da bir akademisyen olarak başımdan geçen acı tatlı hikayeler, yabancı bir ülkede kültürel farklar, Tayvanlı öğrenciler ile bizim öğrenciler arasında ne gibi farklar var, gibi sorulara değiniyoruz.…
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Contemporary writers and activists have described the climate crisis as, in part, a crisis of the imagination, of culture, and of storytelling. Recorded on March 11, 2024, this panel featured a group of authors and scholars of different genres — science fiction, journalism, history, literary fiction, and comedy — discussing how the climate crisis h…
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As the effects of climate change become more obvious, moving away from fossil fuels has only become more urgent. But to do so, new energy sources – and new infrastructure – are desperately needed. Recoreded on March 20, 2024, this panel features three early-career scholars from UC Berkeley presenting their research on the greening infrastructure an…
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Join me for a captivating conversation with acclaimed film director Shekhar Kapur on "What's Brown Got To Do With It?" In this episode, we delve into the remarkable journey of Shekhar Kapur as a South Asian filmmaker, exploring the challenges he encountered in the industry and his insights on its evolution. From the iconic "Mr India", "Bandit Queen…
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Recorded on March 18, 2024, this panel focused on Professor Alex V. Barnard’s book, Conservatorship: Inside California’s System of Coercion and Care for Mental Illness. The book analyzes conservatorship, a legal system used to take legal guardianship over individuals deemed unable to meet their own basic needs. This controversial system, which has …
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Recorded on March 4, 2024, this Authors Meet Critics panel focused on Terracene: A Crude Aesthetics, by Professor Salar Mameni, Assistant Professor in UC Berkeley’s Department of Ethnic Studies. Professor Mameni was joined by Mayanthi Fernando, Associate Professor of Anthropology at UC Santa Cruz; Sugata Ray, Associate Professor of South and Southe…
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Are you ready for some laughter? In this episode of "What's Brown Got To Do With It?" join me for a fun and light discussion with my cousins and sister as we delve into our shared experiences and cultural identity. Through playful quizzes, we explore the nuances of our brownness, reflecting on what it means to us individually and collectively. From…
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Kimberly Cecilia Burke, a PhD candidate in Sociology at UC Berkeley, researches the relationships between institutional violence and social stratification, utilizing multi-level mixed-methods analysis. Her dissertation uses an interdisciplinary approach to examine how Black-White interracial couples understand and experience police violence in thei…
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This episode of the Matrix Podcast features an interview with Zahra Hayat, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia. She obtained her PhD in Anthropology at UC Berkeley, and is also trained as a lawyer with a background in intellectual property. Matrix Content Curator Julia Sizek spoke with Hayat about her research …
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On this episode of the Matrix Podcast, Daniel Lobo, a PhD student in the UC Berkeley Department of Sociology and a 2022-2023 Matrix Communications Scholar, interviewed Ryan Brutger, Associate Professor of Political Science at UC Berkeley. Professor Brutger obtained his PhD in politics at Princeton University and was previously an assistant professo…
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In this empowering episode of "What's Brown Got To Do With It?", I sit down with the incredible Canadian-Pakistani influencer, Saira Hayat Khan, to explore the resilient journey of single parenting within the South Asian diaspora. Join us as we delve into the challenges, triumphs, and societal pressures that come with being a single parent, particu…
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Recorded on February 8, 2024, this video features a lecture by Dr. Garret Barnwell, South African clinical psychologist and community psychology practitioner. The talk was moderated and coordinated by Andrew Wooyoung Kim, Assistant Professor of Biological Anthropology at UC Berkeley. A transcript of this talk is available at https://matrix.berkeley…
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In this episode of "What's Brown Got To Do With It?" I dive deep into a crucial conversation with the insightful Professor Reena Kukreja. Join us as we explore the intricate layers of colorism within the South Asian diaspora and its impact on transnational spaces. Professor Kukreja shares her expertise, delving into the historical roots of colorism…
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Dive into the riveting saga of Maria Khan's extraordinary journey from the US to Captaining Pakistan in the FIFA Women's World Cup! ⚽ Uncover the untold challenges, triumphs, and the unique perspective Maria brings as a South Asian female footballer. 🎙️ Don't miss this exclusive episode on What's brown Got To Do With It, where Maria shares insights…
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Recorded on January 19, 2024, this "Authors Meet Critics" panel centered on the book, The Unnaming of Kroeber Hall: Language, Memory, and Indigenous California, by Andrew Garrett, Professor of Linguistics and the Nadine M. Tang and Bruce L. Smith Professor of Cross-Cultural Social Sciences in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Calif…
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Recorded on October 17, 2023, this video features a talk by Vincent Bevins, an award-winning journalist and correspondent, focused on his book, If We Burn: The Mass Protest Decade and the Missing Revolution. The panel was moderated by Daniel Aldana Cohen, Assistant Professor of Sociology at UC Berkeley and Director of the Socio-Spatial Climate Coll…
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🎙️✨ Brace yourselves for an extraordinary journey as 'WhatsBrownGotToDoWithIt' podcast unveils its latest episode, featuring the remarkable British-Afghani force of nature, former Miss England Hammasa Kohistani. 🌟 In this riveting conversation, we dive into the world of a 'non-traditional' pageant queen who not only captured hearts but shattered st…
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This episode of the Matrix Podcast features an interview with Yan Long, Assistant Professor of Sociology at UC Berkeley who focuses on the politics of public health in China. She was formerly an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Indiana University and a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Stanford Center for Philanthropy and Civil Society. She obtained he…
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🎙️🌟 From the radio mic to the podcast mic! Priti Malik, co- host of the Kris Fade Breakfast Show, Virgin Radio Dubai gracefully steps off the familiar radio waves and onto our captivating 'What's Brown Got to Do With It?' podcast! In this exclusive episode, she opens the door to her remarkable journey, offering a unique glimpse into the challenges,…
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Aab-e-Hayat by Umera Ahmed - Episode 11 Aab-e-Hayat is Umera Ahmed's best selling novel and sequel to bestseller Peer-e-Kamil. Story of Salaar Sikandar and Imama Hashim continues It's UA Books Official Presentation www.uabooksonline.com #umeraahmed #aabehayat #salaar #imamahashim #umeraahmedaudiobook #audiobook #episode1 #urdu #books Support the sh…
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Aab-e-Hayat by Umera Ahmed - Episode 10 Aab-e-Hayat is Umera Ahmed's best selling novel and sequel to bestseller Peer-e-Kamil. Story of Salaar Sikandar and Imama Hashim continues It's UA Books Official Presentation www.uabooksonline.com #umeraahmed #aabehayat #salaar #imamahashim #umeraahmedaudiobook #audiobook #episode1 #urdu #books Support the sh…
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Get up close and personal with me, Shadia, your podcast host and my sister Neda, as we unravel the creation of "What's Brown Got to Do With It?" In this candid episode, you will understand why I started the podcast, the shared memories of our upbringing, and the personal significance of "brown" in our lives. Join the conversation that goes beyond t…
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Recorded on December 5, 2023, this Authors Meet Critics panel focused on Impunity and Capitalism: the Afterlives of European Financial Crises, 1690-1830 (Cambridge University Press, 2022), by Trevor Jackson, Assistant Professor of History at UC Berkeley. Professor Jackson was joined by Anat Admati, the George G.C. Parker Professor of Finance and Ec…
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Recorded on November 28, 2023 as part of the UC Berkeley Social Science Matrix “Authors Meet Critics” series, this panel focused on Gramsci at Sea, a book by Sharad Chari, Associate Professor in Geography and Co-Director of Critical Theory at UC Berkeley. Professor Chari was joined in conversation by Leslie Salzinger, Associate Professor and Chair …
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Recorded on November 14, 2023 at UC Berkeley's Social Science Matrix, this "Authors Meet Critics" panel is focused on Before the Movement: The Hidden History of Black Civil Rights, by Dylan Penningroth, Professor of Law and Alexander F. and May T. Morrison Professor of History at UC Berkeley, and Associate Dean, Program in Jurisprudence and Social …
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While the last 20 years have marked a significant change in increased acceptance of varied gender expressions and sexual orientations, these changes haven’t made the importance of gender and sexuality as concepts disappear. If anything, they’ve become more relevant for understanding the world today. Recorded on November 30, 2023, this panel brought…
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How did South Africans and Soviets think about how to manage difference--in their home contexts and in decades of conversation with one another? In this episode of the Matrix podcast, Hilary Lynd, a PhD candidate in history, discusses the changing relationship between South Africa and the USSR from the 1960s through the 1980s. In this interview, Ju…
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Join me in this engaging podcast around the successes and challenges of South Asians in Cricket and Football. I'm joined by Osman Samiuddin, author of 'The Unquiet Ones' and Senior Editor at CricInfo, who joins Riz Rehman, Player Inclusion Executive at the Professional Football Association. Together, we explore the experiences of South Asians in cr…
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Aab-e-Hayat by Umera Ahmed - Episode 9 Aab-e-Hayat is Umera Ahmed's best selling novel and sequel to bestseller Peer-e-Kamil. Story of Salaar Sikandar and Imama Hashim continues It's UA Books Official Presentation www.uabooksonline.com #umeraahmed #aabehayat #salaar #imamahashim #umeraahmedaudiobook #audiobook #episode1 #urdu #books Support the sho…
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Aab-e-Hayat by Umera Ahmed - Episode 8 Aab-e-Hayat is Umera Ahmed's best selling novel and sequel to bestseller Peer-e-Kamil. Story of Salaar Sikandar and Imama Hashim continues It's UA Books Official Presentation www.uabooksonline.com #umeraahmed #aabehayat #salaar #imamahashim #umeraahmedaudiobook #audiobook #episode1 #urdu #books Support the sho…
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Join me in uncovering the lady of the moment, Kiran Malik's extraordinary journey, where she shares her experiences in the worlds of modelling and films and reveals the challenges and triumphs of living abroad. This episode delves into the intricacies of balancing a thriving career with a fulfilling personal life.…
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Aab-e-Hayat by Umera Ahmed - Episode 7 Aab-e-Hayat is Umera Ahmed's best selling novel and sequel to bestseller Peer-e-Kamil. Story of Salaar Sikandar and Imama Hashim continues It's UA Books Official Presentation www.uabooksonline.com #umeraahmed #aabehayat #salaar #imamahashim #umeraahmedaudiobook #audiobook #episode1 #urdu #books Support the sho…
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Aab-e-Hayat by Umera Ahmed - Episode 6 Aab-e-Hayat is Umera Ahmed's best selling novel and sequel to bestseller Peer-e-Kamil. Story of Salaar Sikandar and Imama Hashim continues It's UA Books Official Presentation www.uabooksonline.com #umeraahmed #aabehayat #salaar #imamahashim #umeraahmedaudiobook #audiobook #episode1 #urdu #books Support the sho…
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Aab-e-Hayat by Umera Ahmed - Episode 5 Aab-e-Hayat is Umera Ahmed's best selling novel and sequel to bestseller Peer-e-Kamil. Story of Salaar Sikandar and Imama Hashim continues It's UA Books Official Presentation www.uabooksonline.com #umeraahmed #aabehayat #salaar #imamahashim #umeraahmedaudiobook #audiobook #episode1 #urdu #books Support the sho…
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During the peak of the most recent tech upswing, downtown San Francisco was booming. Now, after the pandemic and a new round of tech layoffs, commentators fear that the so-called “doom loop” has come to valuable commercial real estate. While boom and bust cycles are not new to The City, what can we learn from the struggles of commercial real estate…
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Join me as I embark on a sartorial journey with Rosemin Madhavji, the visionary founder of RR&Co. In the realm of fashion, Rosemin, a trailblazing muse, luxury advisor, and business leader, transcends conventional roles. From shaping public images to wielding influence behind the scenes, she is a force reshaping the industry.…
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Recorded on October 17, 2023, this video features an "Authors Meet Critics" panel on the book Reactionary Mathematics: A Genealogy of Purity, by Massimo Mazzotti, Professor in the UC Berkeley Department of History and the Thomas M. Siebel Presidential Chair in the History of Science. Professor Mazzotti was joined in conversation by Matthew L. Jones…
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