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Follow Pa Vue, a first-generation college student, as she shares stories from her journey to pursue a PhD. From taking the GRE to defending her dissertation, you’ll hear all about how she navigates every step of graduate school. This podcast is perfect for educators, individuals interested in going to grad school, and, of course, first-generation college students.
 
The Hmong Daw Audio Drama New Testament (HDV) is a unique presentation of the Audio Bible with approximately 180 different characters and a digitally recorded sound track with full sound effects. For a list of other available languages go to our website at http://FaithComesByHearing.com. The mission of Faith Comes By Hearing is to bring His Church together and make disciples from every nation, tribe, language, and people: to give every person the opportunity to listen completely through the ...
 
The life as a Hmong Shaman can be exhilarating but also complex and intersected. Join Billy, a young Hmong American Shaman as he dives into his multi-dimensional lived experiences through conversation. Each episode examines the intersectionality of shamanism, privilege, and identity, by telling adventures and analyzing life experiences that shape and mold what being a shaman is to Billy.
 
Talkshow on issues surfacing and affecting the Hmong community, educate Hmong communities on the daily change in educations, laws, business, and others... debate on issues that controversial and promote Hmong entertainment... Kev sib tham txog tswv yim thiab kev pom txog tej yam zoo thiab tsis zoo rau ntawm haiv neeg Hmoob nrog rau kev qhia txog tej yam xov xwm tshiab uas raug rau tsev neeg Hmoob. Txhawm txog kev lom zem thiab lwm yam.
 
Seeing Color is a podcast that talks with cultural workers and artists of color in order to expand the area of what is a predominantly white space in the arts. With discussions shifting between art and race, Zhiwan Cheung hashes out with guests a range of topics about the creative process in a white-dominated art world.
 
Building on the belief that a deeper understanding of the natural world enriches all of our lives, host Steven Rinella brings an in-depth and relevant look at all outdoor topics including hunting, fishing, nature, conservation, and wild foods. Filled with humor, irreverence, and things that will surprise the hell out of you, each episode welcomes a diverse group of guests who add their own expertise to the vast world of the outdoors. Part of The MeatEater Podcast Network.
 
Host Mark Valley ventures into the elusive world of intelligence collection and espionage to spot, assess and debrief: spies, spy catchers, analysts, diplomats, security experts and occasionally the storytellers who bring them all to life - a HUMINT Experiment.
 
Discovering languages around the world and meeting the people who speak them. As Lindsay Williams of Lindsay Does Languages and husband Ashley travel the globe, they share stories and interviews of the multicultural places they visit, with a focus on the multilingual, bilingual and monolingual people they meet along the way. Perfect for polyglots and armchair travellers alike, this documentary series is essential listening for anyone who loves language learning, travel, or learning about oth ...
 
Welcome to The Freaky Deaky! A Believer (Scott), a Skeptic (Christian) and a Newcomer to the Genre (Heather) offer unique perspectives on all things Freaky. The gang discusses everything from wild Paranormal Phenomena, to Government Conspiracies and the Unexplained, with a Dash of True Crime sprinkled in for good measure. So whether you believe in Bigfoot, UFO's, Dogman and Lizard People, or you believe these sightings are nothing more than hallucinations of a very complex mind, we've got yo ...
 
GIRL Talk is a podcast for girls, hosted by Girl Scouts River Valleys. Join Hannah and Shanna as they dive into topics like careers, STEM, culture, advocacy, nature, failure, and what it takes to be a leader. Featuring interviews with subject-matter experts, community leaders, women with cool careers, and girls like you who are out there doing amazing things. G.I.R.L.—Go-Getter, Innovator, Risk-Taker, Leader
 
The Youth Development Podcast Series showcases staff from the University of Minnesota Extension, Center for Youth Development. Youth professionals discuss research, theory and best practices in youth development. Topics include: youth programs, youth issues, volunteer development, citizenship and leadership, program quality, program evaluation, cultural diversity and social and emotional learning.
 
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Steven Rinella talks with Ya Yang, Brody Henderson, Seth Morris, Phil Taylor, and Corinne Schneider. Topics discussed: pin bones and bet losing; is that a morel or a beehive?; Americans wanting Australia to ban their kangaroo hunting; wolves, hunters, and deer-vehicle collisions; eagles wiping out lambs; America's new New Gorge National Park; a "ma…
 
When should you tell someone that their baby is ugly? What hazing should you expect if you marry a Hmong person? What does it mean if you have a dream about your teeth falling out? What should you NOT do when visiting Korea, Laos, or China? Two of our favorite episodes from season 1 are "24. Quirks of Being a Chinese American and a Korean American …
 
For 55 years, the Bush Foundation has been awarding individual grants to leaders who can exponentially improve life for community members through creativity and drive. Two of the 2021 Bush Fellowship recipients — Naomi Ko and E.G. Bailey — joined host Angela Davis to talk about what the fellowship means for them, their work and their communities. K…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way many people ate. Stress, economic hardship and lifestyle changes affected eating habits, and many people reported that their diets worsened over the past year. Nutritionists heard concerns about people skipping meals, restricting eating or overeating. Host Angela Davis spoke with a nutritionist about eating hea…
 
Da Eun's short film, Nightlight, was the ultimate collaboration among the hosts and past guests of bamboo & glass (RJ Siu, Ami Park, and Serena Kim). It also features Da Eun's USC colleagues and a new star, Sophia's 13 year old sister Ivanna Sun! We're taking you behind the scenes of the creative process through the eyes of a first-time child actre…
 
As more people receive COVID-19 vaccinations, employees are beginning to return to their workplaces in person. But some — particularly employees of color — are concerned about returning to more frequent microaggressions. Host Angela Davis talked with a diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) expert and a business administration professor about how th…
 
This week, cookbook author Hetty McKinnon tells us about her Chinese-Australian upbringing, Vegemite brownies, and why her mother calls to FaceTime her wok. Plus, we talk to the Trappist monk running the only Trappist Brewery in the U.S., learn to make the original Fettuccine Alfredo and get a lesson from Grant Barrett and Martha Barnette about all…
 
In this episode, Pa shares what she learned after finishing the first year of her PhD program at UC, Berkeley. Show notes: Robin Kimmerer Gloria Ladson-Billings Subscribe to this podcast to follow Pa as she gets her PhD. Access transcripts and submit listener questions at www.onbecomingeducated.com Support the show (http://Ko-fi.com/onbecomingeduca…
 
It’s the Season Finale of The Freaky Deaky! In true finale fashion, we’ve saved the best for last. In the final episode of Season 1, we welcome Amanda Smith into the studio to share some absolutely JAW DROPPING paranormal experiences from her life ranging from Astral Projection and the Hatman, to a haunting that’s plagued her for as long back as sh…
 
Record-breaking heat has a grip on Minnesota. For the last week, temperatures have been in the 90s with high humidity. Next week is looking almost as hot. It’s the longest the temperature has been this high so early in the season. At 11 a.m. on Thursday, host Angela Davis spoke with a climatologist from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources…
 
Hi everyone. I hope you are doing well wherever you are. I just started my virtual residency at Rogers Art Loft, where I will be interviewing local Las Vegas artists and cultural workers. There will be a few live events, so I'll post them as they come about. Stay tuned! But for today, I have a really special episode with Dr. Jeffreen M. Hayes, a tr…
 
Top-ranked tennis player Naomi Osaka’s decision to pull out of the French Open after being fined for saying she would not appear at mandatory press conferences is bringing renewed attention to the mental health struggles of athletes. The 23-year-old champion shared publicly that she has experienced depression and anxiety since 2018 when she won her…
 
Steven Rinella talks with Rachel Schmidt, Sam Lungren, Brody Henderson, Spencer Neuharth, Phil Taylor, and Corinne Schneider. Topics discussed: testing our interest meter; engorged cloacas and Steve's son interrupting turtle sex; Spencer's first tattoo of South Dakota's state tree; Rachel's collection of fly tattoos; gumbo areas and the Bermuda Tri…
 
It's been a while since we've caught up! So what better way to catch up than to use a book of thoughts to flavor our conversation? Sophia shared with Da Eun some of her favorite pieces from Jonny Sun's Goodbye, Again, and boy, were these pieces JUICY. You'll hear us chat about moments of fear when it comes to celebrating, the anxiety that comes wit…
 
We chat with flavor chemist Dr. Arielle Johnson about how to eat a tree, how insects use flavor molecules to communicate and the science of taste and smell. Plus, Meathead Goldwyn teaches us how to grill perfect steaks; J. Kenji López-Alt investigates food expiration dates; and we make a no-fuss, all-flavor Spanish Almond Cake. (Originally aired Ju…
 
What are you doing with your post-pandemic summer? How about re-meeting Minnesota? This summer, host Angela Davis will check in with tour guides from across the state with their suggestions for discovering — or rediscovering — the Land of 10,000 Lakes. At 11 a.m. Friday, a tour guide from Duluth and a Twin Cities urban geographer join Angela to sha…
 
Welcome back to The Freaky Deaky! In today's Round Table episode we discuss Disclosure. In what feels like a tale as old as time at this point, we are once again riding the "disclosure will happen this year!" wave, and speculating on whether or not the information released, thanks to the Covid Stimulus Bill, will actually hold any real weight. The …
 
Lifestyle changes, isolation and increased stress during the past year have taken a toll on our physical health. Some health care practitioners say people are reporting more neck and back pain, jaw tension, vision problems and other health issues. Improper work-from-home setups, a more sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy diet and stress are some of the …
 
Minnesota farms were more profitable last year than they’ve been in nearly a decade, thanks to good weather, a bump in crop prices and income from government support programs. But that doesn’t mean pressures have eased for farmers. Profit margins are tight in the business of growing food and commodities like corn and soybeans, making it hard to tak…
 
Big Brothers Big Sisters is recognized across the country for its work in youth mentoring, and the Twin Cities chapter is the fourth largest in the nation. Since 2015, it has doubled the number of young people it serves. Pat Sukhum was recently hired as the organization’s new CEO and will start work in June. He got involved with Big Brothers Big Si…
 
Steven Rinella talks with Michael Punke, Spencer Neuharth, Phil Taylor, and Corinne Schneider, Topics discussed: Go get Michael Punke's new book, "Ridgeline"; a gun that ain't a firearm; when brain matter splatters; how Michael and Steve were both going to write a book about the Nez Perce War; cicadas are a turkey hunter's best friend; free hunting…
 
Minnesotans are heading outside to go camping, hiking, biking, fishing, bird watching and more this Memorial Day weekend as summer unofficially begins. But there are disparities in who has access to outdoor spaces and who feels welcomed in outdoor recreation. According to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR), people of color make up …
 
This week, we chat with Nigella Lawson about recipe writing as literature, the sublime art of eating chocolate in bed and how the simplest meals can become the basis for our most cherished memories. Plus, we get a barbecue lesson from pitmaster Rodney Scott, Dan Pashman orders takeout through the mail, and we cook polenta with shrimp and tomatoes. …
 
A year after George Floyd’s murder in Minneapolis sparked calls for racial justice around the world, his memory is being kept alive through memorial sites, creative expression, proposed policy changes and community aid work. Minnesota continues to grapple with questions about police reform, racial inequity and the meaning of the word “justice” one …
 
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