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Best Emil Guillermo podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Emil Guillermo podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Award-winning Journalist, commentator, and humorist, Emil Guillermo gives his take on race, society, and politics from an Asian American perspective. A former NPR host, Emil's commentaries can be read at http://www.aaldef/org/blog His work has appeared on radio, TV, and print nationwide. His book "Amok:Essays from an Asian American perspective," won an American Book Award. Twitter: @emilamok
 
The PETA Podcast PETA, the world's largest animal rights organization, is 6.5 million strong and growing. This is the place to find out why. Hear from insiders, thought leaders, activists, investigators, politicians, and others why animals need more than kindness—they have the right not to be abused or exploited in any way. Hosted by Emil Guillermo. Powered by PETA activism.
 
This is the podcast for the USA Bureau of Inquirer.net, the web home of the Manila-based Philippines Inquirer. There are close to 5-million Filipinos in America. They make nearly half of more than $24 billion in remittances to the Philippines. They live in America, care about the Philippines, and have stories to tell. Hear them here.
 
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Emil Amok's Takes on the latest Covid news, Dorothy Velasco's passing, Pete Hamill, Race, Environment, affirmative action, opening of schools, Harvard, Emil's speech and his friend Ted. Read more at amok.com; Or at https://www.aaldef.org/blog Emil Amok is the moniker of Emil Guillermo, the Asian American journalist of Filipino descent, who is the w…
 
Trump wasn't yelling, "We're No. 1." when the country surpassed 150,000 Covid-19 deaths. He didn't even bother to show up at John Lewis' funeral. Emil talks about the news and more. Plus another experiment into Covid friendship as he has a reunion with a college classmate, now a philosophy professor, Ted Schatzki. See Emil's columns at http://www.a…
 
For more than 39 years, more than 5,500 U.S military personnel have joined in a multinational exercise that includes such drills as drinking the blood of beheaded cobras,killing chickens with their bare hands, and eating live tarantulas. It's not "Fear Factor" it's "Cobra Gold," and it's all paid for with U.S tax dollars. PETA broke the story in Ma…
 
The USDA regulates slaughterhouses but most times egregious violations where animals are hurt are rarely punished. Fortunately, PETA monitors the USDA's monitors to assure that law enforcement is alerted. Colin Henstock describes the things that would be let by were it not for PETA's monitoring system. As he tells Emil Guillermo, the industry would…
 
Emil Guillermo talks to Simon Tam of the Slants about how his case to trademark what was thought to be a disparaging name didn't hurt but helped in the battle to change the name of the Washington NFL team. Emil also talks to author, journalist Jacqueline Keeler, who led activists through her group EradicatingOfensiveNativeMascotry. See his columns …
 
PETA's documentary,"Test Subjects" is winning hearts and minds on the film festival circuit. The film depicts three scientists who found the moral courage to leave vivisection behind and cross over to fight for the animals. After premiering at the famed Raindance Film Festival in England, it has been nominated for best documentary short at the Lanc…
 
PETA has exposed video of monkeys being used to pick coconuts in an example of the inhumane treatment of animals in Thailand's coconut industry. Jason Baker, VP PETA Asia, says the government is trying to deny the monkey abuse exists. But the video doesn't lie. Already, some major stores have stopped buying Thai coconuts because of the exploitation…
 
You are not alone. Emil Amok Guillermo is a journalist, commentator, and humorist. Emil Amok's Takeout is where he works out his talk show days and gives you his take on everything. See his columns at http://www.aaldef.org/blog. Twitter @emilamok. Watch for his shows at ww.zoomcomedian.com and at amok.com…
 
How monkeys are kept in taxpayer funded laboratories in the U.S. will make you scream. After a two year legal battle, PETA has obtained video of macaque monkeys in captivity showing the cruel conditions they are forced to endure. Monkeys circle within their cages, bang on the bars, and pull hair off their bodies as they react to their treatment. Dr…
 
Hannah Schein, Senior Director of Investigations for PETA, talks about how the Queen of England's involvement in pigeon racing helps support the sport's cruelty. New PETA investigation shows all eight of the Queen's birds died in quarantine before the South African Million Dollar Pigeon Race. For more information, go to PETA.org The PETA Podcast PE…
 
Journalist/commentator/humorist Emil Amok Guillermo gives his take on everything from Trump's "Make America Sick Again" rally, Father's Day, White Privilege, and Juneteenth. He talks to a friend he hasn't seen in more than 40 years named Ted, who is a philosopher. Listen to more shows on amok.com, and wherever you listen to podcasts. Read Emil's co…
 
PETA Sr. VP Dan Mathews talks about paying his respects to George Floyd by recently attending the memorial that took place in Floyd's hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina. Mathews, openly gay, saw it as an opportunity to link arms and show solidarity between all the issues he cares about animal rights, gay rights and the fight for racial justic…
 
PETA online producer Zachary Toliver talks about his essay on the PETA blog, "Why Animal Rights Activists Must Stand Up for Black Lives," where he describes how a belief in empathy and compassion for all living things can bring about about the real social change people are clamoring for in the wake of the death of George Floyd in Minnesota. In this…
 
Emil Guillermo has written his "Amok" column covering race, culture and ethnicity for the last 25 years in the Filipino and Asian American media. Professor Daniel Phil Gonzales of SF State's College of Ethnic Studies talks about George Floyd, the protests, #BLM, Trum['s future, gassing innocent people, and more...including the PBS "Asian American" …
 
PETA's latest undercover investigation--released Sunday in the New York Times--exposes the use and abuse of animals in the alpaca wool industry in Peru. The farm produces about 80 percent of the world's Alpaca fiber supply, and houses 4,000 animals. Dan Paden, PETA's vice president of evidence analysis, speaks with Emil Guillermo about the Michell …
 
Emil Amok Guillermo talks with his old friend, University of Kentucky Philosopher Ted Schatzki about life, Covid, and George Floyd. They met at college and last saw each other when Emil gave a shocking speech. They reunited after 40 years when the pandemic began. This is their third conversation trying to make sense of life. Twitter @emilamok Conta…
 
Amid the news of the virus, the media tries to offer hope when reporting the latest vaccine developments. But we are still early in the process, with no guarantee of success. That means the big news may not be in the discovery of a cure, but in the near elimination of animal testing as the vaccines are raced to human trials. PETA Science Advisor Je…
 
A special Filipino American National Historical Society Museum program as Emil Guillermo, museum director, talks to author Peter Jamero, one of the first Filipinos born in America. Filipinos were first brought to America in large numbers in the 1920s and 1930s. But because of discrimination, few were able to either marry or intermarry in order to s…
 
Tracy Reiman, PETA Exec.VP talks to Emil Guillermo about PETA's new ad blitz urging people to question why they are still killing animals for meat. Reiman said PETA placed full page ads in major national and metropolitan papers after seeing how meat companies were placing ads in newspapers misleading the public about slaughterhouse workers getting …
 
Is America too big to fail? Should the government do all it can to prop up the little guy as it has Big Business? Some of the questions in part 2 of "Emil Amok talks to a Philosopher About our Lousy Covid Life." Check out Emil's columns on at www.aaldef.org/blog , and at www.amok.com Also a speech for 2020 graduates, as Emil contemplates his alma m…
 
Dr. Alka Chandna, VP for PETA's Laboratory Investigations Department talks to Emil Guillermo about the abuses found at the esteemed Cleveland Clinic. A PETA investigator went undercover at the Lerner College of Medicine there and found numerous examples like mice with holes drilled into their heads without pain relief and dead mice in crowded cages…
 
We're colonized by Covid but we're fighting back--by staying home! Professor E.J.Ramos David, author of "Brown Skin, White Minds," talks to Emil about colonial mentality, Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and skin-whitening. David is also featured in promotional clips on the new PBS documentary on Asian Americans. Emil Amok begins with a rant o…
 
Kathy Guillermo, Sr. VP of PETA's Laboratory Investigations Department, talks about how NIH's animal testing has been exposed by the race for a Covid-19 vaccine. If animal testing is unnecessary for one, why not all? And how has such useless testing delayed or prevented scientists from real answers to medical questions? Go to PETA.org for more info…
 
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in 2020 is like no other because of the Covid Crisis. We talk to Gem Scorp, an essential Asian American, and Filipino nurse, about fighting the virus as a nurse in NYC's Elmhurst Hospital. But then faces racism on the subway when someone calls him "Chinese." Also featured: Seattle's Monyee Chau; NYC photographe…
 
Prof. Ted Schatzki is in the Philosophy Department of the University of Kentucky. A former classmate of Emil's, the two talk about Covid and the future. Shelter long enough and it becomes a philosophical question. See Emil's writing at http://www.aaldef.org/blog And at http://www.amok.comBy Emil Guillermo.
 
Dr. Samantha Saunders,PETA's Coronavirus expert based in the UK, speaks with Emil Guillermo about your companion animals and the virus. She also talks about what her research on Coronavirus taught her about fighting the virus, and how the fastest way to get to an effective vaccine may be to stop all animal testing. Take action! Go to PETA.org for m…
 
Despite the pandemic, wet markets have been open in Asia as late as April, new photos taken by a PETA investigator reveals. Wet markets are the most likely origin of the virus that has brought world-powers to their knees. PETA Sr. VP Jason Baker of PETAAsia is calling for World Health Organization to shut down all wet-markets See the pictures and t…
 
This is a special Filipino American National History Museum editon of Emil Amok's Takeout. Host Emil Guillermo, museum director, talks with Mel LaGasca, a Filipino American Community leader whose life exemplifies how the Filipino middle class developed in America. LaGasca grew up working in the fields, followed the migrants to Alaskan canneries to …
 
Emil Amok was a columnist for Asian Week, at one time the most read Asian American publication in the U.S. Phil Nash, a longtime civil rights attorney and activist, was a fellow columnist. Nash, now a professor in Asian American Studies at University of Maryland talks about life for Asian Americans under Covid-19. See the show on video at http://ww…
 
PETA's Brittany Peet has a cameo in the documentary "Tiger King," but she's played a bigger role in trying to end the abuses of Joe Exotic. She was the only one subpoenaed by Joe Exotic at his trial. What she say? Peet talks with Emil Guillermo about what's not in the documentary and how the USDA has enabled people like Joe Exotic to break the law.…
 
Emil Amok's Takeout talks to Gem Scorp an RN at Elmhurst hospital in New York about what he's seen on the frontlines fighting the virus. Scorp, an 18-year nursing vet, describes the virus' effects up close and how people can die suddenly from new symptoms, showing how the virus mutates and attacks. He also talks about the shortage of PPEs, how he s…
 
Caring for animal companions is critical in a pandemic. Shelters are closed or at half capacity. Some people are finding they have to give up their animals. PETA's Community Animal Project provides sheltering and vet care in the Norfolk, Va./Hampton Roads area. They make sure animals aren't neglected in these tough times. Emil Guillermo speaks with…
 
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