Best asianamerican podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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New Books in Asian American Studies
 
Interviews with Scholars of Asian America about their New Books
 
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NC Asian American Ministries
Weekly
 
This podcast is to highlight Asian American leaders and their ministries and to network them to impact the lostness among Asian diaspora in North Carolina and beyond.
 
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Asian-American Podcast
Rare
 
TechMission's UrbanMinistry.org and partners present talks and sermons related to Asian-Americans. Please visit our site http://www.urbanministry.org/asian-christians for additional free ministry resources. Also visit ChristianVolunteering.org for a listing of ministry and volunteer opportunities in your area.
 
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They Call Us Bruce
Weekly
 
Hosts Jeff Yang and Phil Yu present an unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asian America.
 
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KollabCast
Weekly
 
The official podcast of the Kollaboration Movement, the KollabCast is a show about pop culture and the creative life from an Asian American perspective. Join hosts Marvin Yueh, Minji Chang, and sometimes a guest or two as they meet weekly to chat about pop culture, current events, and the important issues affecting Asian America (and sometimes Canada).
 
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ASIAN AMERICA: THE KEN FONG PODCAST
 
Ken Fong gets to the heart of Asian American culture, history, and spirituality. Through interviews with movers and shakers in the Asian American community -- some you know, others you've never heard of before -- prepare to laugh, cry, and be amazed.
 
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Kollaboration Presents
Daily+
 
A podcast from the Kollaboration editorial team bringing you in-depth interviews, features, and stories from the Asian American community and the Asian diaspora in North America and beyond. Each episode also features music and content straight from the Kollaboration network. Welcome to Kollaboration Presents.
 
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Emil Amok's Takeout from Emil Guillermo Media
 
The podcast companion to Emil Guillermo's Amok commentary on race, politics, and society from an Asian American perspective. If it's in the news, Emil has a take. An award winning journalist, columnist, talk-host and humorist, Emil's compilation of essays and columns,"Amok" won an American Book Award. He is a former host of NPR's "All Things Considered," and has reported and commented for radio and TV and newspapers, in Honolulu, San Francisco, Sacramento, Boston, Dallas, St.Louis, and Washi ...
 
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We're Not All Ninjas: The Podcast
 
We're Not All Ninjas is a movie review podcast focusing on Asian American Representation in Hollywood Films. Hosted by Melissa Slaughter, Rachel Liu, and Alex Chester Music by Ryan Majoris Image by Brett Love Edited by Melissa Slaughter
 
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Amanda and Jenn discuss under the radar favorites, witchy reads, beautiful prose, and more in this week's episode of Get Booked. This episode is sponsored by OwlCrate, The Assignment (Lessons in Control series) by Jade A. Waters, and Ploughshares. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS here, or via Apple Podcasts here. The show can also be found on S ...…
 
The three stages are of learning, technique, and cultivation, have all been touched upon in previous episodes, but this week we dive deeper into each one.The three stages of learning:1. A punch is just a punch2. A punch is no longer a punch3. A punch is just a punchThree Stages of Technique1. Synchronization of self2. Synchronization with oppon ...…
 
In June 1982 a young Chinese-American engineer was murdered with a baseball bat by two white men in the US city of Detroit. The lenient sentences the perpetrators received sparked an Asian-American activist movement with protests across the US. At the time America was going through an economic depression and many were blaming Japan who was perc ...…
 
In this episode, we present our interview with author Maurene Goo of the new YA romantic comedy novel, I Believe in a Thing Called Love, about an overachieving girl who tries to employ romantic lessons learned from watching Korean Dramas in real life. We chat about the new book, Maurene's writing process, and of course, Korean Dramas. For addit ...…
 
Boston-native Jennifer Yu has had quite an eventful year: She published her debut young adult novel, Four Weeks, Five People, just before graduating from college at the University of Pennsylvania. Getting to graduation wasn’t easy: after attempting to major in fields like Pre-Med and Economics (and “do the right thing”), she couldn’t deny her l ...…
 
On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that a law denying federal trademark protection to names deemed disparaging is unconstitutional. Justice Samuel Alito wrote in the unanimous decision that “it offends a bedrock First Amendment principle: speech may not be banned on the ground that it expresses ideas that offend.” The suit was brought by the Po ...…
 
This week we're joined by two of our favorite returning guests, improv artist Will Choi, who founded and hosts the Asian AF, the popular Asian American comedy variety show on the UCB Sunset mainstage, and actor Keiko Agena, who is the new co-host for Asian AF! We chat about the recent success of the show, including seven consecutive sold out pr ...…
 
JUDY WOODRUFF: The American college student imprisoned by North Korea for over a year has died, just days after being returned to the U.S. in a coma. Otto Warmbier went to North Korea as part of a tour group in 2015. He was jailed for allegedly stealing a propaganda poster. His parents announced his death in statement late today, blaming what t ...…
 
JUDY WOODRUFF: The American college student imprisoned by North Korea for over a year has died, just days after being returned to the U.S. in a coma. Otto Warmbier went to North Korea as part of a tour group in 2015. He was jailed for allegedly stealing a propaganda poster. His parents announced his death in statement late today, blaming what t ...…
 
Why does an Asian American band's name matter to Redskins fans
 
Deepa Iyer, Indian American racial justice activist and former executive director of South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT), joins us to discuss her new book, We Too Sing America: South Asian, Arab, Muslim, and Sikh Immigrants Shape Our Multiracial Future. She sheds light on the attacks that have targeted South Asian immigrants in the U ...…
 
Deepa Iyer, Indian American racial justice activist and former executive director of South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT), joins us to discuss her new book, We Too Sing America: South Asian, Arab, Muslim, and Sikh Immigrants Shape Our Multiracial Future. She sheds light on the attacks that have targeted South Asian immigrants in the U ...…
 
Deepa Iyer, Indian American racial justice activist and former executive director of South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT), joins us to discuss her new book, We Too Sing America: South Asian, Arab, Muslim, and Sikh Immigrants Shape Our Multiracial Future. She sheds light on the attacks that have targeted South Asian immigrants in the U ...…
 
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Mom & Mind Podcast | Postpartum | Birth | Pregnancy | Maternal Mental Health |
 
Perinatal Mental Health Alliance for Women of Color – PMHAWOC Here are three powerhouse women who have come together to co-found a beautiful and needed organization focusing on perinatal mental health for women of color. This is what closing the gaps and supporting women of color, in a BIG way, looks like. Divya Kumar, Desiree Israel and Jabina ...…
 
Chin estate trustee provides insight on how difficult it was to get justice for Vincent Chin. The Asian American community was small and reluctant to speak up. Even civil rights organizations weren't sure about Asian Americans in a black and white world. It may also explain why Asian Americans have reacted differently in recent years to hate cr ...…
 
Jeff and Phil celebrate Heritage Month, ahem, eleven months early, discussing the complexities of Asian American identity and community with Professors Karthick Ramakrishnan and Jennifer Lee of the National Asian American Survey.
 
Show Log 00: Open, intros, Emil comments on news, including the week's gun violence and the NBA champion Golden State Warriors. 14:35 Karthick Ramakrishnan, UC Riverside, School of Public Policy; AAPI Data 15:52 Interview begins 1:01:20 On bias against South Asians 1:02:49 On Vincent Chin Anniversary 1:07:10 Emil reads his Father's Day Essay Em ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Audrey Chan (b. 1982, Chicago, Illinois) is a Los Angeles-based artist, writer, and educator whose research-based projects articulate political and cultural identities through allegorical narrative and the feminist construct of “the personal is political.” Chan’s projects include paintings, digital compositions, videos, and performances. She re ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Audrey Chan (b. 1982, Chicago, Illinois) is a Los Angeles-based artist, writer, and educator whose research-based projects articulate political and cultural identities through allegorical narrative and the feminist construct of “the personal is political.” Chan’s projects include paintings, digital compositions, videos, and performances. She re ...…
 
On May 7th, 2017, I was invited to speak as a spring speaker for the Asian Pacific American Coalition (APAC) at Northwestern University. I'd like to thank everyone who had helped organize this event. Speakers included Olivia Park of Sad Asian Girls, Jessica Nguyen of Project Voice, and artist and writer Larissa Pham. "They will be discussing ho ...…
 
Greg Proops talks about the last abortion clinic in Mississippi and why we all need to give to Planned Parenthood. Plus the author of "Last Man Standing: Mort Sahl and the Birth of Modern Comedy" James Curtis, Journalist Emil Guillermo, and Comic Scott Rogowsky. Greg Proops' Proopcast is called "The Smartest Man in The World." This week's episo ...…
 
The Ringer’s Chris Ryan is joined by six of the New York City bureau staff, calling in to recommend a variety of media they have been recently enjoying. Justin Charity recommends the Nintendo Switch as a solution for responsible gaming (2:33), Kate Knibbs plugs her new favorite new Instagram account @nightlotion as well as Netflix’s ‘The Keeper ...…
 
[caption id="attachment_264425" align="aligncenter" width="345"] Anirvan Chatterjee with the Berkeley South Asian Radical History Walking Tour.[/caption] Tonight APEX Express has a very special presentation of next installment of Crossing East, the Peabody-awarded radio documentary series about Asian immigration to the United States. In this 10 ...…
 
Books & Boba highlights the latest news in Asian American literature for June 2017 including new releases, newsworthy stories, book deals, and we make up for missing some major new releases in last month's episode. New Releases Mentioned on the Show: Rich People Problems by Kevin Kwan Chemistry by Weike Wang Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami ...…
 
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Mayhem Podcast
 
NBC Sports reporter, and attractive Asian-American, Helen Yee joins Mayhem as he rants. The most educatioshunal episode to date. Tell your friends.
 
Episode 40 of the Imagine Otherwise podcast. What would happen if we designed art exhibitions around social justice community organizing principles? How can collaboration between artists, curators, scholars, and participants generate a radical art making experience? In Episode 40 of the Imagine Otherwise podcast, host Cathy Hannabach interviews ...…
 
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We're Not All Ninjas: The Podcast
 
This week, we talk in depth about Asian American Poverty in Power Rangers, as well as just how fun and silly this franchise can be.
 
This week we're joined by Atlanta based rapper Uzuhan (formerly J.Han), the winner of last week's Kollaboration Atlanta showcase. He and Minji reminisce about the Atlanta show and chat about Uzuhan's journey as an artist from his beginnings in Maryland to his new home in Georgia. We also chat about political awakenings, representation, and arti ...…
 
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Living the Dream with Rory O'Malley
 
Rory talks about the previous night’s Tony Awards and gushes over his friend Gavin Creel’s win. Then Rory talks to Raymond J. Lee (Groundhog Day, Honeymoon in Vegas) about his experience on Broadway, being a family man, and how he juggles both. He also tells the story of how the Groundhog Day cast overcame the set breaking and the star getting ...…
 
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Support is Sexy Podcast with Elayne Fluker | Interviews with Successful Women Entrepreneurs 5 Days a Week!
 
Born in the Philippines, Maria-Karmina Landicho came to the U.S. at age three and was taught from early on by her father that everything was possible; but, as an immigrant, she often felt like an outsider. When she found her parents' typewriter and began to write, Maria-Karmina discovered the thing that made her feel like she belonged: telling ...…
 
Jian DeLeon is joined by Himanshu "Heems" Suri to discuss his rap group the Swetshop Boyz, Asian-American identity politics, modern activism, Indian food, and how it all ties together..
 
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Model Majority Podcast
 
Chris Lu, former Deputy Secretary of Labor and Cabinet Secretary in the Obama White House, joins the podcast to talk about important issues of disparity within the Asian-American and Pacific Islanders community (and how the Trump administration policies are not making things better). We also talk about the Comey testimony. Subscribe: iTunes | S ...…
 
https://archives.kpfa.org/data/20170608-Thu1900.mp3 Download the show here Tonight, on APEX Express, we talked with Asian American Artist Activist Change Makers. We spoke to San Francisco Mime Troupe veteran Keiko Shimosato Carreiro, data artist Brian Foo, singer Hollis Wong-Wear and filmmaker Jalena Keane-Lee. On behalf of my co-host Ayame Kea ...…
 
Shambala Junction, a New Novel by Award-Winning Author Dipika Mukherjee, Launches in USThe novel tackles the subject of international adoptions with humor and insightChicago-based author Dipika Mukherjee won the Virginia Prize for Fiction, a UK literary prize, for her coming-of-age novel Shambala Junction. The novel is to be launched in the USA ...…
 
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Since Last We Spoke w Matt Peters
 
My guest today is the Suzanne Walker, author of the webcomic Mooncakes with artist Wendy Xu. One of the best webcomics out today, Mooncakes is a tale of two Asian-American teen girls who fall in love and also happen to be a witch and a werewolf, respectively. Check it out for yourself right here. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. M ...…
 
Ep.16: Emil Amok's Takeout---Show Log :00-show open; Emil's take on Trump's tweets, climate change accord, Kathy Griffin, James Comey, Trump as hood ornament. 15::40 The NAAS Survey's finding that Asian Americans often exclude South Asians, Central Asians. Our xenophobia problem. 17:00 Prof. Jennifer Lee, Columbia Univ. on her research with Dea ...…
 
This week we're joined by guest co-host Chris Dinh to discuss the Books & Boba Book Club pick for May 2017, the Pulitzer Prize winning novel The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen. Part spy thriller, part meta-fiction, and part social commentary, The Sympathizer is a story about a half-Vietnamese, half-French army captain (and communist double ag ...…
 
The Fresno Philharmonic has announced that conductor Rei Hotoda will be the orchestra's next music director. Hotoda is the first woman and the first Asian-American to hold the position, and is just the eighth music director in the orchestra's history. Hotoda is currently the Associate Conductor of the Utah Symphony Orchestra, and has held assis ...…
 
episode 12: Steven WongThis episode we talk with artist and Chinese American Museum, Los Angeles curator Steven Wong about their current exhibition Roots: Asian American Movements in Los Angeles 1968-1980s curated by colleague Ryan Wong. We also talk about working at the museum as a political ideology, using an ethnic specific platform to build ...…
 
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Podcast Episodes - Edu Culture Podcast
 
This episode is called “Stereotypes: oh, my!” This is our second episode in which we respond to listener questions. Out of the dozens of questions we received, three in particular rose to the top of the pile: When is it ok to believe a stereotype about my urban kids? Why do people perceive Asians as being smart? Am I racist if I think all Asian ...…
 
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PIERSON TO PERSON
 
CARRIE MORITA spent 36 years teaching in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Although she had several opportunities to work closer to home, Mrs. Morita endured a daily 75-mile, bumper-to-bumper roundtrip commute to teach at Eagle Rock Elementary School because of the cultural and socioeconomic diversity of its large student body. (45:58) E ...…
 
For more than a year, Dmae Roberts has been conducting interviews about the historic and current relationship between African Americans and Asian Americans debuts. What began as a documentary featuring the Crossing East Archive collected for MediaRites' 8-hour radio series ...
 
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