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Militantly Mixed | ManeHustle Media 2021

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Militantly Mixed, is a podcast about race and identity from the Mixed-Race perspective. Every week host Sharmane a.k.a MixedAuntieMane, will speak with Mixed-Race people from all over the world about their lives and coming to terms with their ethnic identity.
 
We tell Asian America's stories to go beyond being seen. As people of all backgrounds reckon with complex legacies of race, power, culture, and identity and ask themselves, “Where do I stand?” Self Evident presents reported stories and radically open conversations from the everyday Asian Americans who have been confronting this question for generations. Our mission is to empower local communities to share stories and build relationships around the value of self-representation. Self Evident i ...
 
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This week I am joined by Ryan Alexander Holmes. We talked about growing up Black and Chinese in a predominately conservative White neighborhood, China, and being a big time content creator! Fun fact! We talked for 5 hours but you only get to hear 1 of that. * * * Last call for mask orders at https://www.MasksByMane.com, website will closed down on …
 
This week I am joined by Leah Ko. We talked about growing up Chinese and White in a rural town with a population of less than 500 and coming to the Mixed identity journey later in life. * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to this episode at http://facebook.com/groups/militantlymixed * * * Produced …
 
This Fall many public primary schools in the U.S. switched back to in-person learning. But that can mean very different things for students, teachers, and parents — depending on their school system, local political environment, family resources, or language needs. We started getting word from listeners about their back-to-school experiences in July…
 
What is Konglish? How is it used and is it a symptom of the changing culture in Korea? ASMR Korean teacher and culture facilitator "Korean Lady" Kayoung joins Becky in the studio to talk about Konglish and some fun examples. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-inf…
 
This week, I discuss my change from the MixedGirlMane moniker to MixedAuntieMane and how it very much is apart of my gender identity journey. * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to this episode at http://facebook.com/groups/militantlymixed * * * Produced and Edited by Sharmane Fury Music by: David …
 
My guest this week is Katrina Mautner of Passionfruit Therapy. We talked about Mixedness, Queerness, and working on self healing through their Mental Health practice. * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to this episode at http://facebook.com/groups/militantlymixed * * * Produced and Edited by Sharm…
 
This is the second part of a two-part story. If you haven’t heard part one, “Don’t Eat Nazi Shit Melons,” you can listen to it here. After the arrest of Indiana University Professor Cara Caddoo, the Mayor of Bloomington doubled down on anti-protest rules and police presence in the Bloomington City Farmers Market. But this failed to satisfy local ac…
 
Cedric and Becky discuss the possibilities of Korea's future. Looking at the declining birth rate, the education system and economic potential, there's a lot of directions the country could go. In the midst of all this, what role might mixed kids play in creating the future Korea? See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Priva…
 
Becky and Cedric respond to a listener mail asking about 'over-crowded identity.' They give their analysis of the concept and discuss how this applies to today's climate of 'multicultural trendiness.' See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
In the summer of 2019, a public fight unfurled in Bloomington, Indiana — over accusations that Sarah Dye and Douglas Mackey, who sold produce at the city-run farmers’ market, were members of an organization classified by the Southern Poverty Law Center and Anti-Defamation League as a white nationalist hate group (an association that would soon be c…
 
Hey y'all just a quick solo sode to remind you that the is one week left for the Be your mixed ass self T-shirt Fundraiser. We are trying to raise $1500 to finish out the year of shows AND hire a consulting producer to take Militantly Mixed to the next level! * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to …
 
Second times a charm with Kayleen Garvey. We recorded together back in 2020 but unfortunately the recording didn't save so 18 months later, the second time is the charm! Kayleen and I chat about her life as a Filipina-Irish American. * * * Please support Sharmane's comic book shop Gulf Coast Cosmos fundraiser please go to https://gofund.me/45c4a7ae…
 
This week on Militantly Mixed I am joined by Ph.D student Ayumi Matsuda Rivero. We talk about her own Mixed Venezuelan and Japanese heritage as well as how her identity had to shift depending on where in the world she was living. Listen in to see how her own experiences contributed to her academic work in Mixed Race Studies. Annual Be Your Mixed As…
 
Naturally MonaLisa joins me to geek out over Marvel's Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and speak about Asian Representation in this film. Check out Naturally MonaLisa on her Youtube channel and IG. * * * If you are interested in supporting Sharmane's comic book shop Gulf Coast Cosmos fundraiser please go to https://gofund.me/45c4a7ae * * *…
 
During the current refugee crisis in Afghanistan, we’ve seen Asian Americans working to resettle Afghan refugees and help them build new lives. Vietnamese, Cambodian, and Hmong Americans in particular have been reminded of their own refugee stories — not just the stories of leaving their homes, but stories of the challenges they’ve faced in rebuild…
 
Join me for a solo-sode, where I address my journey towards pilgrimage to discovering my African heritage and potentially dual citizenship to Gabon and how my Dad changed races in death. * * * If you are interested in supporting Sharmane's comic book shop Gulf Coast Cosmos fundraiser please go to https://gofund.me/45c4a7ae * * * You can continue th…
 
We’re presenting an episode from Shoes Off, a podcast about Asian Australian culture hosted by Jay Ooi. In conversation with performers and scholars, producer Thinesh Thillai explains how power and status, and in particular, caste, enable art forms from marginalized communities to be co-opted. Shoes Off takes a close look at the history of Bharanta…
 
What is Nunchi (눈치)? Some mysterious unspoken power that Koreans have that vaulted the country from poverty to her current position of power and wealth? Is it something that can be taught? Is it a skill that could be learned and used outside of Korea? Becky and Cedric explore the nuances of this cultural phenomenon, it's implications and ask... is …
 
Join me for my first episode back with a guest, Dianna aka MixedRaceQueer as we chat about you guessed it, being mixed and queer. * * * If you are interested in supporting Sharmane's comic book shop Gulf Coast Cosmos fundraiser please go to https://gofund.me/45c4a7ae * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you li…
 
Something that is common among immigrant communities is how the culture they bring from their motherland is practiced as though it were still that time when they left, even as the culture changes in the motherland itself. Becky and Cedric reflect on the Korean culture they learned from their mothers and how they realized the culture they grew up le…
 
This week, we’re playing an episode from Making Contact. Making Contact produces media that analyses critical issues and showcases grassroots solutions in order to inform and inspire audiences to action. The episode, based on a documentary by filmmaker Grace Lee, is called “American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs,” and it’s about t…
 
The Olympics is always a time for countries to capture the world's attention (and let's be honest) show off a little bit. What characteristics did Tokyo want to play up this time around? Cedric and Becky talk about Tokyo's show of diversity, the reality of Hafu players and the underlying question that always exists - are you 'enough' to represent o…
 
I'm back y'all, well kind of. I am finally living in Houston, getting to work at my comic book shop's pop-ups, and am so ready to get back to podcasting. It has been too long of a break!!! Before I come back with new episodes I wanted to let you know that I will be speaking at the Beyond The Bounds: 2021 MidWest Mixed Conference on Aug 06, 10:30 AM…
 
In light of a friend passing away, Becky and Cedric wanted to talk about finding reconciliation with family before things are too late. Difficulties mixed families face are oftentimes overlooked or not given efficient help: physically long distances, language barriers, cultural differences, intergenerational traumas... Becky and Cedric offer some p…
 
We’re playing an episode from an exciting new podcast by our friends at APIENC, an organization that builds transgender, non-binary, and queer power for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the Bay Area (you might’ve heard their director, Sammie, on one of our previous episodes). The new podcast is called Dragon Fruit, and it’s all about the hi…
 
We're sharing the story “When Your Country Doesn’t Trust You” from the podcast WorldAffairs.In the past year, reports of anti-Asian hate crimes have spiked across the country. A lot of this is attributed to anti-Asian rhetoric about the pandemic. But the hard truth is that whenever tensions escalate between the United States and Asian nations overs…
 
Who are the Zainichi? A group of ethnic Koreans with a specific background in Japan, the first generation of Zainichi Koreans survived under an imperialist government that pressed for monoculturalism up to the current generation that still faces discrimination today. How did these Koreans end up in Japan, why have they suffered so much and who are …
 
Growing up in multi-lingual households has its immense share of benefits and struggles. How do two people who speak two different languages fall in love and make a relationship work? Is it possible? Cedric and Becky, both of whom grew up in households where their parents didn’t speak each other’s respective languages fluently, share their thoughts.…
 
Julianne Sato-Parker first heard the phrase, “Shikata ga nai” while watching a video series of interviews with Japanese Americans and Japanese nationals who were incarcerated by the U.S government after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. The Japanese phrase translates to, “It cannot be helped.” It reminded Julianne of her grandmother, who has always said…
 
Are all Koreans in love with K-pop? Do we eat dog meat? And how are Koreans all so good at math? Just a few of the stereotypes we break down in this episode. Where did they come from and why are they still around?See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
In which Laura takes a cicada walk and considers the underground railroad of shared memory. Want an email reminder for new episodes of this podcast? Click here. Go to Apple Podcasts to review this podcast series NEW: Audiobook available of Auldton Laughing Club book Contact Laura at: Laura@LMWriter.com Linktr.ee at: https://linktr.ee/auldton Audiob…
 
We’re sharing this story from one of our favorite podcasts, See Something Say Something, by Ahmed Ali Akbar. Pakistani-American communities in the U.S. rely on dealers on WhatsApp to gain access to their most coveted treasure: Pakistani mangoes. And they pay a premium for it. In part one of this two-part investigation, reporter Ahmed Ali Akbar sear…
 
“My black side assumes I choose Korean culture over them or assume I don’t care about BLM (which I do care and support). On the Korean, side they assume I don’t respect the culture due to tattoos and not protesting with Stop Asian Hate (Which I also care about). I just feel like I can’t do right for both my people.” A recent listener mail that caug…
 
This is the last episode before Militantly Mixed goes on an extended hiatus while I prepare for and move to Houston. My guest today is Katelyn Lance, one of the Directors at UCLA's Mixed Student Union. We speak about her "Wasian" identity and the gross ways in which people have exoticized her specific Mix. *** In light of these murders and the rece…
 
The way we view ourselves is affected by not only our own thoughts but certainly by the words and perceptions we get from those around us. Under this understanding, the context of our surroundings undoubtedly play a role in how we view ourselves. Becky and Cedric share how their own self awareness and perceptions has changed by living in Korea.See …
 
The phrase “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” is buzz-word-ier than ever, but what does it really take to empower workers and reduce racialized harm in the places where we spend so many of our waking hours? And when is it OK to simply stop trying? In this second episode of a three-part series, guest host Alex Sujong Laughlin (Senior Producer at Tra…
 
This week, I am sharing the audio from a Livestream I participated in, hosted by the Blasian March and in association with Mixed Present and Militantly Mixed. We discussed the importance of Black Asian solidarity and the legacy of Yuri Kochiyama and Malcolm X in honor of their shared birthday, May 19th. Please click on the links below to follow.. B…
 
The impact of storytelling is often portrayed as a story changing the life of the person consuming it — and changing the world by reaching as many people as possible. But what about the person who offers their story to be consumed? How else can we define the value of our life’s stories, and the importance of how they’re shared? In this second episo…
 
I am back from hiatus and so excited to share this discussion with relatively new cousin Michelle Adams, host of the Catmaste Chronicles podcast which I have been a guest on in the past. We speak about Mixed-Race identity in Britain AND the most important topic known to humankind CATS! Listen to MY guest spot on Michelle's show here. *** In light o…
 
This week, I talk with Jen Lee, Chinese-Chicana co-host of the AuthEthnic Podcast. We talk about Asian and Chicana identity, podcasting, and of course FOOD!!! Check out Jen's podcast AuthEthnic from this link or where ever you listen to podcasts *** In light of these murders and the recent increase in violence towards people of Asian descent, I hav…
 
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