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The Bicultural Podcast celebrates bicultural individuals and gives insight into cultural differences to help you improve business relationships. The Bicultural Podcast is published biweekly and is hosted by Janina Neumann, a bilingual creative, social entrepreneur, and business owner of Janina Neumann Design. Read the podcast transcripts here: transcripts.thebiculturalpodcast.com
 
If you've ever wanted to have a conversation about race but were afraid of saying the wrong thing, or not being heard or trivialized, this podcast is for you. Everyday Conversations on Race is a cross-race conversation on race. It brings people together across differences for open comfortable conversations about race in a casual setting. This is crucial for organizations and businesses that want to build cultures of inclusion that support diversity, equity and innovation. It's essential in o ...
 
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Listen Up! from Welcome Project Radio brings you a story or two along with discussion of that story from co-director Allison Schuette and Welcome Project aficionado Willow Walsh. This week they are joined by filmmaker Carmen Vincent to talk through two stories: "Bicultural in a Deaf Home" and "Living with Mental Illness."Find these stories and more…
 
In the 11th episode of season 2, Janina Neumann interviews Leonardo Gill, co-founder of Broaden Base Projects. This episode will give insight into Working across cultures in a corporate environment Integrating individuals into a new culture Exporting and growing in the UK market Read the podcast transcript here: transcripts.thebiculturalpodcast.com…
 
Listen Up! from Welcome Project Radio brings you a story or two along with discussion of that story from co-director Allison Schuette and Welcome Project aficionado Willow Walsh. This week's stories are "Going By My Initials" and "Oh, Wait a Minute."You can find these stories and more at welcomeproject.valpo.edu or subscribe to our weekly podcast.…
 
In this episode, we discuss Camilo's new 'Kesi Remix' with Canadian pop star Shawn Mendes who sings in Spanish for the very first time. Entertainment reporter Lucas Villa from wearemitu.com joins me to find out how Latino Mr. Mendes wants to be since he's also dating Cuban megastar, Camila Cabello. I also recommend 3 quality films you might have kn…
 
Joining me today are the podcast hosts of Pero Let Me Tell Yo, DJ and Ish, two Cuban-Americans based in Miami who give me their perspective of the protests in Cuba and what it all means for the future of Cuba and Cuban-Americans in Miami. Highly Relevant Playlist Cabala - Xiomara Fortuna Cortar - Raquel Sofía (feat. Los Macorinos) Tú - Okills, Meli…
 
“These communities have been erased.” An interview with Nicole Martinez-LeGrand, Multicultural Collections Coordinator, Library and Archives Division, Indiana Historical Society.Find this video story with archival material and more stories at welcomeproject.valpo.edu or listen to our weekly podcast by searching for Welcome Project on your favorite …
 
Sonia Lewis joins me on this conversation on race to talk about race, racism, inequity and critical race theory in education. She is a consultant and speaker in diversity, race and education. Key topics: Sonia’s decision to not salute American Flag when she was seven Sonia’s experience growing up in Richmond, California with a father who was one of…
 
Newsletters have become a very popular way of consuming news. The first newsletter I ever read was Brian Stelter's from CNN. The first Latinx newsletter I remember subscribing to was Elisabeth Rosario's 'The Latinx Collective' which I interviewed her about it almost 3 years ago. Back in March, the news website Axios partnered with Telemundo to crea…
 
“From 1929 to 1939 the United States and communities across the United States engaged in a repatriation movement of Mexican nationals.” - Historian Emiliano Aguilar, doctoral student Northwestern University~ a Welcome Project Flight Paths story ~Find more at welcomeproject.valpo.edu or listen to our weekly podcast by searching for Welcome Project o…
 
In the tenth episode of season 2, Janina Neumann interviews Gamu Matarira, founder of Gen A Consultancy. This episode will give insight into Experiences of 30 countries The impact of cultures and being a Third Culture Kid Business opportunities in Africa Book your free place at The Bicultural Podcast Meet Up on Thursday, 15th July 2021 2:00pm-3:00p…
 
I’m joined in this conversation on race by Katara McCarty. Katara is an emotional well-being advocate for BIWOC (Black, Indigenous, Women of Color) She developed an app called Exhale for BIWOC to support their emotional well-being and manage their particular stress. Key Topics: • How Katara was born bi-racial (white mother and Black father) in 1972…
 
Listen Up! from Welcome Project Radio brings you a story or two along with discussion of that story from co-director Allison Schuette and Welcome Project aficionado Willow Walsh. This week's stories are Fascinated by the Steel Mill and Here on Earth to Help Each Other.Find these stories and more at welcomeproject.valpo.edu or listen to our weekly p…
 
Christian Herrera and producer 2Deep, co-founders of LA's Gasolina Records, join me today to discuss American Reggaeton, a new musical movement by US-born Latino reggaeton artists who want to break into the Latin-American market. How did they build their record label, why are American Latino reggaetoneros being iced out by the fans and industry? Ho…
 
In the ninth episode of season 2, Janina Neumann interviews Natalia Karlina, founder of Angara Language Services Limited. This episode will give insight into Experiences of Russia Cultural differences between Russia and the UK Insights into food and STEM in Russia Bridging the cultural gap Read the podcast transcript here: transcripts.thebicultural…
 
In this week’s episode, Cuban-American writer-director Carlos V. Gutierrez discusses his first feature-length film - LOCKED IN. We discuss what it took him to get his first Hollywood movie made, if directors and writers are responsible for improving the image of Latino-created characters on film, and what we have to do to convince studio executives…
 
In this conversation on race, I’m joined by Amy and Hardy Nickerson. Amy is an author, creator, lecturer, educational consultant, and diversity/inclusion/antiracism advocate. Hardy Nickerson is a Former NFL All Pro linebacker (16-year career), NFL and college coach, and Amy's husband of 32 years. He's a football consultant and strategist, online co…
 
I'm so pleased that you are here and listening to the podcast. For me, the podcast has been a great opportunity to learn and meet new people. I would like to bring together my community of like-minded people and so I am delighted to invite you to our first meet up. The meet up will be taking place online on Thursday, 15th July from 2pm to 3pm Briti…
 
In the eighth episode of season 2, Janina Neumann interviews Clémentine Terrell, founder of Clémentine Terrell Translation. This episode will give insight into Building a career using languages Becoming bicultural (French/British) Differences between French and English audiences Growing brands using e-commerce Read the podcast transcript here: tran…
 
In this episode, we are sharing six wellness tips to slow your mind, strengthen your body, and tend to your spirit for the refreshing season of Spring. We discuss: How to grow your own sprouts right on your kitchen counter The importance of a "sit spot" to help calm your mind and connect with nature Incorporating tinctures into your self-care routi…
 
On this conversation on race, I’m joined by Sam Caucci, CEO and Nora Boussatta, sales leader from the organization 1Huddle. We talk about how 1Huddle a company that creates games to reinforce learning uses gamification to educate people about race and racism. Key Topics [3:00] Nora shares her experience growing up biracial, and Muslim-American in N…
 
The Coronavirus pandemic has clearly thrown up barriers to our ability to gather physically together, one key condition that can facilitate the connective tissue of belonging. But in the face of our need, have we found workarounds to those barriers? Of course. In the following conversation, you’ll hear from two working artists—Sinéad Rushe, award-w…
 
In the seventh episode of season 2, Janina Neumann interviews Guy Kobani, co-founder of Novaloop. This episode will give insight into Experiences of Israel and South America Education in Germany Doing business in America, Israel, and Germany Starting the journey of sustainability and compliance Read the podcast transcript here: transcripts.thebicul…
 
Listen Up! from Welcome Project Radio brings you a story or two along with discussion of that story from co-director Allison Schuette and Welcome Project aficionado Willow Walsh. This week includes a conversation about pride flags being taken down from a local school, and Deb Porter, a local teacher, joins us to talk about it. This week's story is …
 
My guest today is actor Juan Pablo Raba who co-stars in Liam Neeson’s border thriller The Marksman out on streaming now. He plays Mauricio, a Mexican cartel soldier out to retrieve his missing prize. We tackle Hollywood’s fixation with border stories and why Juan Pablo believes border stories need to continue to be told. We also debate The Marksman…
 
Nate Dewart is a Senior Project Manager at an energy consulting firm in the San Francisco Bay Area. We chat about climate action, policy creation, and intersectionality. In this episode, we discuss: How you can advocate for better environmental standards in your home and community About home appliance efficiency standards and the impacts on the env…
 
In the sixth episode of season 2, Janina Neumann interviews Sari Vanska, founder of Muutos. This episode will give insight into Growing up in Finland The impact of multiculturalism Communications in a multinational company Creating a human-centric company culture Read the podcast transcript here: transcripts.thebiculturalpodcast.com If you enjoyed …
 
Listen Up! from Welcome Project Radio brings you a story or two along with discussion of that story from co-director Allison Schuette and Welcome Project aficionado Willow Walsh. This week's stories are "Reach Out to Our Neighbor" and "Should Play Nicer."Find more at welcomeproject.valpo.edu or listen to our weekly podcast by searching for Welcome …
 
In the fifth episode of season 2, Janina Neumann interviews Chris Roberts, co-founder of the North Wales Dragons. This episode will give insight into Creating a social impact in communities Expanding a not for profit social enterprise internationally Read the podcast transcript here: transcripts.thebiculturalpodcast.com If you enjoyed this episode,…
 
Los Rivera Destino are a young Puerto Rican band who are driving a new wave of modern boleros in Latin music. They’ve already collaborated with the likes of Bad Bunny and Pedro Capó. We discuss why they believe boleros are having a renaissance, the story behind how they collaborated with Bad Bunny, and whether they are pro or nay for Statehood in P…
 
In this Conversation on Race, Ilana Kaufman, executive director of the Jews of Color Initiative shares her experience and perspective as an African-American Jew. Her work has been featured in books on Black Power, Jewish politics, and moral resistance, and spiritual authority. She's been featured in “The New York Times” and has published articles i…
 
In the fourth episode of season 2, Janina Neumann interviews Chiara Sorrenti, founder of Super Simple School. This episode will give insight into Helping children become bilingual Working in the Middle East Helping professionals improve their English and business etiquette Italian business culture etiquette Read the podcast transcript here: transcr…
 
Listen Up! from Welcome Project Radio brings you a story or two along with discussion of that story from co-director Allison Schuette and Welcome Project aficionado Willow Walsh. This week's stories are Pulled Over Probably Twenty Times and White Privilege.You can find those two stories and many more at welcomeproject.valpo.edu or listen to our wee…
 
Ashanti Williams is a Black female farmer, raised and nurtured by activists and land stewards of the Carolinas and the Bronx. She is passionate about working and learning alongside animals in an effort to create sustainable farm systems that are accessible to Black people. The access to safe learning environments around raising animals as a person …
 
In the third episode of season 2, Janina Neumann interviews Paul Wilson, founder of A Happy Head. This episode will give insight into Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on wellbeing Differences in dealing with emotions across cultures The bubble of belief Read the podcast transcript here: transcripts.thebiculturalpodcast.com If you enjoyed this episod…
 
Listen Up! from Welcome Project Radio brings you a story along with discussion of that story from co-director Allison Schuette and Welcome Project aficionado Willow Walsh. Dr. Larry Baas joins Allison and Willow to talk about his work tracking bias incidents in Northwest Indiana. (Please excuse a bit of muffled voices due to masking.)This week's st…
 
In this Conversation on Race, I’m joined by Greg Jenkin, a white man who spent over 28 years in the military. We talk about white supremacy in the military, and the riots at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Greg, is a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion leader who continues to coach and mentor veterans who are transitioning out of the service. This show is…
 
Suzette teaches us all about vermicomposting. Landfilling garbage is becoming less and less popular, especially as we are learning about how individuals can help curb climate change. (And large corporations are most responsible, but we can also put our minds on small steps that we can take too.) Most of us think of paper, plastic, and yard waste as…
 
In the second episode of season 2, Janina Neumann interviews Kirsty Major, founder of EwK Services and English with Kirsty. This episode will give insight into Differences between British and German audiences Experiences of learning languages The importance of accessibility in business Read the podcast transcript here: transcripts.thebiculturalpodc…
 
Listen Up! from Welcome Project Radio brings you a story along with discussion of that story from co-director Allison Schuette and Welcome Project aficionado Willow Walsh. This week's stories are Dodged a Bullet and People Have Their Attitudes.Find these stories and more at welcomeproject.valpo.edu or listen to our weekly podcast by searching for W…
 
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