Best asianamerican podcasts we could find (Updated November 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
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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
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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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CUNY TV's Asian American Life
 
An in-depth news magazine program that addresses topical issues affecting the Asian American communities nationwide and profiles Asian American leaders.
 
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They Call Us Bruce
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Hosts Jeff Yang and Phil Yu present an unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asian America.
 
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AAWW Radio: New Asian American Writers & Literature
 
AAWW Radio is the podcast of the Asian American Writers' Workshop, a national nonprofit dedicated to the idea that Asian American stories deserve to be told. Listen to AAWW Radio and you’ll hear selected audio from our current and past events. We’ve hosted established writers like Claudia Rankine, Maxine Hong Kingston, Roxane Gay, Amitav Ghosh, and Hanya Yanagihara, as well as more emerging writers like Ocean Vuong, Solmaz Sharif, and Jenny Zhang. Our events are intimate and intellectual, qu ...
 
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Books and Boba
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This is a book club dedicated to books written by authors of Asian and Pacific Islander descent. We cover a wide range of genres including contemporary, historical fiction, sci-fi, fantasy, YA, nonfiction, thrillers, graphic novels, and memoirs.Every month, the hosts of the book club record a podcast episode to discuss the month's book. Members are strongly encouraged to share their thoughts on the monthly pick in the Goodreads forums.
 
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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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Korean Drama Podcast
Weekly
 
Welcome to the Korean Drama Podcast, the K-Drama rewatch podcast by (and for) people who don't watch Korean Dramas. In this podcast, host Will Choi, creator of the Asian AF comedy show at UCB and host of the Drunk Monk podcast, invites some of his friends to join him each season to watch a different classic Korean Drama. Join us each week to experience the reactions of Will and his co-hosts to the dramatically over-the-top world of K-Dramas.Season 1: Boys Over Flowers w/ Phil Yu & Joanna Lee
 
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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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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
 
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Fresh Creatives
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Fresh Creatives is a podcast about creating new stories! Join hosts Marvin Yueh, Chris Dinh, and Porter Duong as they create fresh new story pitches from your ideas!
 
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First of All
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First of All is a real, unfiltered conversation on career, family, love, & modern culture. Your host is actress/director/entrepreneur Minji Chang, who will bring in her friends & special guests from all walks of life to kick back in her virtual living room. Together we will laugh, drop whatever knowledge we have, & speak our truth on weekly featured topics plus a special advice segment called IMO (In My Opinion) addressing questions from listeners. Get ready for good times & all the feels.
 
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Kollaboration Presents
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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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Sweet and Sour
Monthly
 
A show about this Asian American life
 
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Korean Drama Podcast
Weekly
 
Welcome to the Korean Drama Podcast, the K-Drama rewatch podcast by (and for) people who don't watch Korean Dramas. In this podcast, host Will Choi, creator of the Asian AF comedy show at UCB and host of the Drunk Monk podcast, invites some of his friends to join him each season to watch a different classic Korean Drama. Join us each week to experience the reactions of Will and his co-hosts to the dramatically over-the-top world of K-Dramas.Season 1: Boys Over Flowers w/ Phil Yu & Joanna Lee
 
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So Where Are You From?
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So Where Are You From is a podcast for anyone who’s ever been asked, and anyone who’s ever wondered where their Asian friends are “really” from.Hosted by your pals Kate Matsumoto and Yoko Sakao Ohama.
 
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Books and Boba
Monthly
 
This is a book club dedicated to books written by authors of Asian and Pacific Islander descent. We cover a wide range of genres including contemporary, historical fiction, sci-fi, fantasy, YA, nonfiction, thrillers, graphic novels, and memoirs.Every month, the hosts of the book club record a podcast episode to discuss the month's book. Members are strongly encouraged to share their thoughts on the monthly pick in the Goodreads forums.
 
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AAJA
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The Asian American Journalists Association advocates for diversity in news coverage and in newsrooms.
 
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AAARI Audio Podcast Feed
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Building the bridge between CUNY, and the Asian American community.
 
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Asian Americana
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A show about slices of distinctly Asian American culture and history.
 
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Asia Pacific Forum
Weekly
 
Asia Pacific Forum is the progressive pan-Asian radio show broadcast every Monday night from 9-10pm on WBAI 99.5 FM in New York City and live on the web. We cover underreported stories from Asia, as well as Asian American politics and culture. Each week we talk to authors like Arundhati Roy, Jessica Hagedorn, and Jeff Chang; activists and politicos like Yuri Kochiyama, Mike Honda, and Monami Maulik; intellectuals like Tariq Ali, Vandana Shiva, and Vijay Prashad; artists like DJ Rekha, David ...
 
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Fresh Creatives
Monthly
 
Fresh Creatives is a podcast about creating new stories! Join hosts Marvin Yueh, Chris Dinh, and Porter Duong as they create fresh new story pitches from your ideas!
 
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Korean Drama Podcast
Weekly
 
Welcome to the Korean Drama Podcast, the K-Drama rewatch podcast by (and for) people who don't watch Korean Dramas. In this podcast, host Will Choi, creator of the Asian AF comedy show at UCB and host of the Drunk Monk podcast, invites some of his friends to join him each season to watch a different classic Korean Drama. Join us each week to experience the reactions of Will and his co-hosts to the dramatically over-the-top world of K-Dramas.Season 1: Boys Over Flowers w/ Phil Yu & Joanna Lee
 
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Saturday School Podcast
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Wake up! Saturday School is a podcast where Brian Hu (@husbrian) and Ada Tseng (@adatseng) teach your unwilling children about Asian American pop culture history. New episodes released Saturdays at 8am, when all our friends are still in bed watching cartoons. Like this old-school photo of the hosts, it'll be a blast from the past, as they dig up some of their favorite works they've come across covering Asian American arts & entertainment over the years. The first season will be a Fall Semest ...
 
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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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Inquirer.net USA
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The voice of Filipinos in North America, Inquirer.net serves the global Filipino community. The podcast showcases Filipinos with a story to tell touching on the news and culture of the Filipino community. Hosted and produced by award-winning journalist and broadcaster Emil Guillermo, a columnist with Inquirer.net's North American bureau.
 
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So Where Are You From?
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So Where Are You From is a podcast for anyone who’s ever been asked, and anyone who’s ever wondered where their Asian friends are “really” from.Hosted by your pals Kate Matsumoto and Yoko Sakao Ohama.
 
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nextgenconnections.org
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Asian-American Internet Radio
 
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Half Asian Half Hour
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Join Nako Narter and Emily Walborn as they talk about their personal and cultural experiences being Asian American!
 
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Be Your Best King
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This podcast is dedicated as a tribute from a son to his parents. It serves as a source of inspiration for Asian Americans and individuals who have seen struggles and perseverance against seemingly impossible odds - as a reminder to Be One's Best Self, to rise above limiting beliefs and live a life of infinite potential, fulfillment, and freedom.
 
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Model Majority Podcast
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A podcast about politics, culture, and life through the eyes of two Asian-American grassroots organizers, Tony Nagatani and Kevin Xu--former blue-collar workers of presidential campaigns (aka Field Organizers), former inside-the-beltway staffers, news junkies, writers, editors, entrepreneurs.
 
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Passion for the Nations Podcast
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Passion for the Nations - Asian American ConferenceVisit ushttp://PassionForNations.org/
 
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AMN Radio» Broadcast
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Asian Media Network Radio (AMN Radio) is founded by a small group of individuals dedicated to serving the English speaking and the 18-34, Asian American market. The goal of the company is to create an Asian American voice in the US. AMN Radio plans to begin with English language Asian American radio programming and grow into a fully independent internet and mobile based radio station. AMN Radio is a subsidiary of Asian Media Network, LLC.
 
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America Zindabad
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movement using data and stories to get South Asian Americans politically WOKE!
 
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ABG - AsianBossGirl
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A podcast for the modern day Asian American woman hosted by Melody Cheng, Helen Wu, and Janet Wang. We started this podcast as an outlet for topics we are interested in, and for sharing stories we have as 20-30 something yr. old Asian American women working, dating, and living in Los Angeles. It's no secret that Asian women are lacking in almost all media outlets. As three women working in finance, tech, and production who balance careers, life aspirations, and eventful social lives (we have ...
 
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Thick Dumpling Skin
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Thick Dumpling Skin is a community for Asian Americans to share our unhealthy quest, past and present, for the "perfect" body. We discuss body image, eating disorders, and diet struggles.
 
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TheRelationshiPodcast
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Relationship stories from an Asian-American perspective.
 
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The Fit Asian Man
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Health and Fitness for the Asian American Man
 
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Check Up, Check In
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Hear stories of health and inspiration in the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities. The Check Up, Check In podcast will explore unique perspectives and stories about what health means, and how communities are advancing health equity and justice. This podcast, brought to you by the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum, will enlighten, move, and empower you.
 
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Bad Asian
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Bad Asian chronicles the Asian American experience through conversation about racial stereotypes and cultural appropriation. Created by NYC writer Amy Cao Smith.
 
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Snowbark!
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Music by Asian American artists - - and many others
 
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Breakaway Sunday Messages
Weekly
 
The Sunday message podcast for Breakaway Christian Fellowship. We are an Asian American church located in the heart of Silicon Valley in Cupertino, California.
 
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Better Asian Man Podcast
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Better Asian Man brings you, the modern-day Asian American Man, information on how to become empowered from the subjective perspective of one Asian American man. I will address how this self-actualization can be achieved through the acquisition of more sexual confidence and success with women. Part of being good with women is expressing individuality, your personal preferences, and your interests– that means constantly improving yourself and your lifestyle. To that end, I will be providing y ...
 
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Asia Abridged
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The most memorable moments from Asia Society’s acclaimed programming, delivered in 15 minutes or less. We choose the most enlightening, fascinating, and entertaining events and conversations and turn them in to easy-to-digest podcast episodes. If you have a passion for Asia — including arts, culture, current affairs, policy, Asian-American issues, and more — subscribe today.
 
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Been Here | Born Here
Weekly
 
Been Here | Born Here is a podcast and interview blog dedicated to showcasing Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AANHPIs) in the D.C. area and beyond. Heavily inspired by Brandon Stanton's Humans of New York and Buzzfeed's Another Round with Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton, the mission of this project is to talk experiences, ideas, and opinions of the vibrantly diverse individuals of our community and for my own developing understanding about issues that I didn't know e ...
 
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Aider & Abettor
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Public Defenders Sajid Khan and Avi Singh podcast on criminal law, society, and justice. Sajid Khan is a public defender in San Jose, CA. Sajid is a the author of Closing Arguments, a blog focused on criminal law and social justice. His work is published by the National Association of Public Defense. Sajid graduated from UC Berkeley (Go Bears!) and UC Hastings College of Law. Avi Singh is a public defender in San Jose, CA. Avi graduated from UC Davis and Harvard Law School. He is on the Boar ...
 
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AALEAD Podcast
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Asian American LEAD is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that serves low-income Asian American and immigrant youth in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. This podcast is produced by students in our Secondary School Program
 
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Yin & Young Podcast - JYS
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​ Yin & Young is a podcast that explores the intricacies of life, relationships, art, and the Asian American experience.
 
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Project Voice
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Spearheaded by the voices of Asian/Asian American women, Project Voice is a Podcast series dedicated to increasing visibility on narratives from Asian America. As the host of Project Voice, I hope that this series will act as a digital space where members of our community can go to for guidance and resources. - Jessica Nguyen Founder and Host of Project Voice
 
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Evolve! Nurturing the New in Consciousness, the Arts, and Culture hosted by : Robin White Turtle Lysne, M.A., M.F.A., Ph.D. Evolve! brings you people and ideas on the cutting edge of change opening the shells of the past to move our culture into the now. We are all in great need of sustainable ideas for change. The arts and evolving consciousne ...…
 
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Sojourn Network Podcast
 
Transcript: Okay. Well, this is the format that we'll be following today if you want to keep notes. There's gonna be three I'm gonna get at this. We're gonna talk about a case for it. All right? I think that most of us will probably already agree that is important, but we're gonna look at the scriptures regarding it. It's not gonna be an exhaus ...…
 
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Wake Up Hollywood
 
THESE VIOLENT DELIGHTS: A Novel by Victoria NamkungVictoria Namkung’s journalism and essays have appeared in The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, NBC News, and VICE, among other publications. She is the author of the romantic thriller, The Things We Tell Ourselves, and a contributor to the anthology, Asian American Youth: Culture, Identity, ...…
 
In her recent book, A Different Shade of Justice: Asian American Civil Rights in the South (University of North Carolina Press, 2017), Stephanie Hinnershitz (Cleveland State University) examines the important but overlooked contributions of Asian Americans to civil…
 
What are the next steps for your church to participate future work of God as Asian Americans? Listen to the last episode with Gary Lee to hear his vision for Asian Americans.
 
This week's election in Asheville will produce the most ethnically diverse city council in its history. Vijay Kapoor, Sheneika Smith, and incumbent vice mayor Gwen Wisler were all elected to city council. Kapoor is the first Asian-American ever elected to the body (he and Pratik Bhakta, who lost in this year's primary election, were the first A ...…
 
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Sojourn Network Podcast
 
Transcript: Not counting our Jerusalem, 1800 deaf individuals. If we were ever going to replicate this we need people that know what they're doing because we've got to plant and plant and plant and train how they plant. I didn't expect it to be well-owned like we were [inaudible 00:00:51]. I mean just honest. We're an oddball. We're a red marbl ...…
 
Amy Chiou cultivates the virtues of democracy. She has been a staff volunteer on dozens of electoral campaigns at all levels of political engagement. She is former deputy director of the convention complex for the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. She is the founder of #WTFwevote, a non-partisan organization that seeks to 'in ...…
 
Kira Omans is an Asian-American actor, model, dancer, and adoptee advocate. She was adopted by a Caucasian family living in Washington DC and grew up with an adopted brother from Korea, as well as a sister.Join us as she discusses her struggles to adjust to how different she felt at school as her family had always celebrated their diversity. Bu ...…
 
JD interviews Terrance Lin was born in Taiwan but fell in love with basketball culture after moving to the states and hooping. A few weeks after Jeremy Lin and Kenyan Martin had a social media beef over Lin wearing dreadlocks, the guys discuss cross cultural appreciation between Black and Asian Americans. Please don't forget to like, share, and ...…
 
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Streets Dept Podcast
 
A grassroots community organizer involved in Philadelphia education reform since 2006, Helen Gym is a first-term councilperson and the first Asian American woman to ever serve on Philadelphia's City Council. Councilwoman Gym sits down with Conrad Benner to talk about her calls for the removal of a monument to the divisive former Philly mayor, F ...…
 
This is the last episode with Granville. Granville shares about how God can use Asian Americans for His glory and he explains about the “central commission” for all Christians to be involved.
 
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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AAWW Radio: New Asian American Writers & Literature
 
AAWW Radio is the podcast of the Asian American Writers' Workshop, a national nonprofit dedicated to the idea that Asian American stories deserve to be told. Listen to AAWW Radio and you’ll hear selected audio from our live events. We’ve hosted established writers like Claudia Rankine, Maxine Hong Kingston, Roxane Gay, Amitav Ghosh, and Hanya Y ...…
 
Rad Chinese discusses Asian American coalitions: issues that bring us together, speaking to your own community vs other communities, and East Asian Americans contributions to the erasure of other voices.
 
A Metaphor for life for Asian Americans: "It's all about context and fitting in. If you're in the picture at all, you're working with other people trying to grow in unison against the elements...You need to be sensitive to the context, and the context determines who you are." - Dr. Gordon C. Nagayama Hall. Dr. Gordon Hall is a Professor of Psyc ...…
 
Granville Kris is the lead pastor of Concord International church in Charlotte. Granville shares a story how he came to Jesus and how his painful experience brought him to worship the Lord.
 
The Model Minority Myth is a pervasive stereotype of Asian Americans in the United States. The stereotype continues to have a harmful effect on both individuals and Asian American communities as a whole. Asian American communities have long struggled to receive federal assistance based on individual community needs. So, how can the U.S. governm ...…
 
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Southern Fried Asian
 
On a special New York Comic-Con edition of Southern Fried Asian, Keith talks to Crazy4ComicCon founder and Hero Within CEO, Tony Kim. Ton and Keith talk about growing up in Dallas as an Asian American geek (2:00), why Superman shares many characteristics with other Southern Fried Asians (7:45), and how comics can help people forge their own com ...…
 
Marvin and Reera record the first podcast in the brand new Potluck Collective studio! In this episode we catch up on the September Asian American literature news that we missed. Follow our hosts: Reera Yoo (@reeraboo) Marvin Yueh (@marvinyueh) Follow us: Facebook Twitter Goodreads Group The Books & Boba September 2017 pick is Goodby, Vitamin by ...…
 
Lawrence Yoo shares the greatest contribution Asian American can bring to advance God's Kingdom! Listen to the last episode with Lawrence.
 
In Episode #11, Rebecca, Alex, and Rad Chinese folks discuss the events leading up to Sa-i-gu and reflect on the role Chinese should play in Pan-Asian activism. Can we learn from other Asian-American experiences to tackle anti-blackness in our own community? Should we organize around white supremacy or does that preclude us from using mainstrea ...…
 
In our second episode, WGBH’s On Campus Radio takes a look at diversity on college campuses. Colleges and universities find themselves under increasing pressure to increase the racial and socioeconomic diversity of their student bodies.The Supreme Court ruled last summer that colleges can consider race as one factor in admissions. Now, the Trum ...…
 
Lawrence Yoo the lead pastor of the Waypoint church in Durham shares about his current ministry. Listen to exciting stories of what God is doing among the nations at the Waypoint.
 
Columbus. Elgin and Paul review #ColumbusMovie: The debut movie by Korean-American director Kogonada, Columbus stars John Cho and Haley Lu Richardson (who also appeared in another recent film with an Asian-American male lead, The Edge of Seventeen). With a Korean-American lead and with Sundance cred, the film, set in Columbus, Indiana, which ha ...…
 
MACY TODD explains why she recorded but never released her first album. Samuel Cho of KOLLABORATION ATL says the organization aims to help Asian-American artists get their start. Podcast RSS Subscribe iTunes Subscribe STITCHER Google Play TuneIn Radio
 
The Chicago Quarterly Review is a literary anthology that invites aspiring and established writers to submit fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Any writer can tell you the challenges of getting published and the topic itself has been discussed by so many authors on this show. The wonderful surprise of this latest issue, Volume 24, is that it’s The ...…
 
On our new show:1. Fandom roundup -We talk a bit more about Good Omens;About Billie Piper commenting on the idea of a female Doctor;Drew Goddard is about to direct a new Marvel spin-off;http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/drew-goddard-write-direct-x-men-spinoff-x-force-1036462In a surprising twist, infamous BadFic "My Immortal" is rele ...…
 
Lawrence Yoo is the lead pastor of Waypoint church in Durham leading a multiethnic congregation with a vision of "reach Durham and reach the nations". Listen to Lawrence's personal story.
 
Han Fan started from a very humble beginning. He moved to the USA as a first generation immigrant (Asian American) when he was just 13 years old. He didn’t know how to speak even a single word of English other than his name, and didn’t know anyone. Against All Odds and by not just consistantly working but also smartly using the power of leverag ...…
 
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Leverage Masters
 
Han Fan started from a very humble beginning. He moved to the USA as a first generation immigrant (Asian American) when he was just 13 years old. He didn't know how to speak even a single word of English other than his name, and didn't know anyone. Against All Odds and by not just consistantly working but also smartly using the power of leverag ...…
 
Jess, Oxford, and Teen talk about the Asian American preoccupation with media representation and whether it's virtualized activism in a virtual world.
 
How can you start a church from nothing? Ralph will share practical steps for future Asian American church planters and how they can contribute to advance God's Kingdom.
 
See Emil's latest at http://www.aaldef.org/blog This podcast on Emil's DACA take, plus clips from the news call of UC President Janet Napolitano on the lawsuit seeking to protect DACA recipients. Also Tom Wong of UCSD talks about his survey of DACA recipients And Luis Quiroz, one DACA recipient hints at how Trump's action has bred a new distrus ...…
 
Cinemosity is back to venerate those who have passed and report on the shade and notable entertainment news of the day! Sadly we lost horror legend Tobe Hooper, the crew ruminates on his career and the experiences they had with his classic movies such as The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Shade includes the failure of Megyn Kelly’s show on NBC, peop ...…
 
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CUNY TV's Asian American Life
 
Paul Lin traces the history of jazz in Asia. Tinabeth Pina shares an acid attack survivor’s story. Ernabel Demillo explores the Cambodian refugee resettlement program. Kyung Yoon speaks to Abacus Bank’s family members about their battle for justice.By webmaster@cuny.tv (CUNY TV).
 
Ralph Garay is the Asian church planting consultant at the Baptist State convention of North Carolina. Listen to exciting stories of how God has used Ralph to plant multiple churches in North Carolina to advance God's kingdom!
 
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Are You Famous, Yet?
 
02:10 - Ada's change from being a professor into a storyteller/improviser/stand-up comedian. 13:34 - Her one woman show, "NOT QUITE: Asian American by Law, Ahttp://www.fringefestival.orgsian Woman by Desire," at Fringe festivals. 24:10 - The subject of the immigration process in her show. 31:55 - The second story in her solo show, about teachin ...…
 
Check out the blog at http:/www.aaldef.org/blog You can donate to help Asian American Harvey victims here: http://www.ocahouston.org/harveyrelief Emil Guillermo interviews: Jessica Kong, who evacuated from her home with her brother and mother the first Monday after the storm hit. Steven Wu, a Katrina survivor who now lives in Houston. Martha Wo ...…
 
Minji takes a moment to reflect on the recent & sudden death of a dear friend and mentor. Irene Cho was an advocate, hustler, & stalwart of the Asian American entertainment community and will be missed by everyone she touched. In this episode, Minji gets real understanding the seven stages grief, & appreciates the universal lessons that often c ...…
 
Ralph Garay is the Asian church planting consultant at the Baptist State convention of North Carolina. Ralph shares his story of how he came to Christ and how he was called by God for ministry. Listen to his life story!
 
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