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Stand-up comedians and badmaashi boys Usama Siddiquee and Pranav Behari go way off the rails in this podcast about issues affecting the South Asian diaspora as well as immigrants in general. Rambunctious, irreverent, and incisive, Mango Bae is by desis but for everyone (even whites).
 
100% real talk with your two new Korean adoptee besties! Hana and Ryan, Korean adoptees from Melbourne, Australia, talk about anything and everything adoption related, including race, gender, birth family search and reunion, and more. Original podcast music by Domus.
 
MigrAsians is a podcast about creative and political Asians and how their story of migration informs what they do and their path to healing. The Asian diaspora runs far and wide, as does Asian immigration history. All of this has birthed the model minority myth as well as a myriad of stereotypes that don't consider nuance or the vastness of this continent. Meet artists, activists, writers, advocates, and other creatives and politicos that are deeply affected by their path of immigration.
 
What time is it? Maim Time! This podcast is about the Asian Diaspora Experience and Self-Actualization. Join Maim Kim in his journey to become the best version of himself in Asia. With amazing guests, we share stories and topics in entertainment, nightlife, travel, culture, spirituality, business and so on to get the most out of life.
 
BAM Podcast brings inspiration to its audience by sharing stories of successful Africans in diaspora, their challenges and strategies to overcoming barriers and eventually achieving success. This podcast will cover tips and tricks, and topics relevant to achieving success with the aim of motivating BAM podcast's listeners to venture out and achieve their dreams.
 
Welcome to Everyday Black History! Where we highlight the contributions of Black Men and Women both Past and present. Here we celebrate Afro Appreciation, where Black American, Africans and Latinos of African descent are honored. We also highlight Institutions that have help the advancement of people in the African Diaspora, such as historically Black University and many others. Enjoy Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
In The Pocket is a talk show showcasing Mainers of color. Each episode represents a member of the Maine community from business, the arts, or culture; the earth, wind, and fire of life. Embracing and exploring the lived experience of the black diaspora and descendants of American slavery through conversation is our foundation. Our mission is to create space for all people of color, documented, celebrated, and shared.
 
Africa News Tonight is a 30-minute news magazine program that airs twice each evening Monday through Friday, at 1600 and 1800 UTC/GMT. Africa News Tonight brings you the latest news from our correspondents on the continent, as well as interviews with African officials, opposition leaders, NGOs, human rights activists and government officials. The show also examines developments in science and technology, the environment, development issues, the African diaspora, business, lifestyle and culture.
 
Africa Carrefour is a podcast featuring Cameroonian born Lucien Nana Yobo as he talks about everything Africa. Including but not limited to, what it means to be African, African governance and struggles of the immigrant. The podcast also follows the journey of young Africans both at home and in the diaspora on their quest of changing the African narrative.
 
Kamusta! We are the Tita Collective, award winning multidisciplinary artists based in Canada. We dance, we sing and we will make you snort-laugh halo halo through your nose. In our podcast, we will be chatting about Filipin* arts and culture as a reflection of our lives as Filipinas in the diaspora. We might even bring some guests along the way, from fellow Filipin* artists to our very own Titas. So don’t miss an episode anak! Come chika chika with your Titas! Find us on social media at Tita ...
 
We are focused on Folktales, lore, myths and legends that are apart of our everyday lives. Join Amon Mazingo as he explores the afro-centric side of the Americas and Caribbean. If you want more stories based on the people of the African Diaspora or just have fun journey listening to these stories. This is the show is for you. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/afrotales/support
 
My African Aesthetic is a podcast that showcases African architecture and design in Africa and the diaspora. Join us on this journey as we discover, explore and interrogate the concept of the African aesthetic in African architecture and design on the African continent and the diaspora. We talk to designers working to provide architecture and design solutions for Africa. They share their knowledge and experiences on designing in the dynamic and hybrid African context or designing from the le ...
 
A Desi Woman Podcast hosted by Soniya Gokhale features dynamic, bold women who are on an endless pursuit of self-empowerment, growth & fulfillment. What is a Desi? Desi is a colloquial term that refers to the people & culture of India and its Diaspora. The voices we are seeking for this podcast may be voices you have never heard before, but their inspiring and courageous stories deserve to be told. I am Soniya Gokhale and I am a Desi Woman.
 
Being a part of the Vietnamese culture of over 100 million people comes with plenty of history, privilege, honor, and not to mention painful challenges. Join Kenneth Nguyen as he spotlights Vietnamese experience from around the world! Each podcast episode explores the creative process of individuals shaping the diversity of what it means to be Vietnamese--as a local, born and raised, or as a third culture kid. Gain insight on the divisions that separate us politically and culturally. This po ...
 
Diaspora, noun - the dispersion or spread of any people from their original homeland. Down In Diaspora is a society & cultural show with a twist. Created by a trio of friends who met at The University of York, the show aims to tackle a variety of social & topical issues whilst playing the very best music that the diaspora has to offer. Enquiries - diasporad@outlook.com
 
Just a girl from Nigeria with no experience what so ever, sharing true stories of women in Africa and across the globe, deep conversations, debunking myths, and changing the narrative. Stories of strong and bold African women because together we are better informed. Hosted by Sarah Oseki Heart to heart conversation from women across the globe Season 3, Across Africa - features women from the different countries of Africa to share their story with us. Season 4 - Diaspora woman and the native ...
 
Pride will progress to power. Our shows are dedicated to Jamaicans on the island, in the Diaspora, and all progressive people who would like to learn more about us. We seek to inspire our audience by featuring interesting people. Please send us your ideas regarding issues affecting our community that you would like us to feature. Up Up you mighty race! -Marcus Garvey- Enjoy the culture, flavor and feeling!
 
The Historical Blindness podcast is a podcast about history’s myths, mysteries, and forgotten truths. By examining cases of outrageous hoaxes, pernicious conspiracy theory, mass delusion, baffling mysteries and unreliable historiography, Historical Blindness searches for insights into modern religious belief and political culture.
 
Every Wednesday, Haydé Adams discusses “what’s now and what’s next for Africa.” Straight Talk Africa goes behind the headlines to analyze the news and emerging trends shaping African societies. The show covers the diverse stories and insights of Africans from across the continent and in the diaspora, using social media to make the show's content more accessible, and bring our audience's views and questions into the conversation. Broadcast Schedule Straight Talk Africa is broadcast every Wedn ...
 
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Need to get caught up on everything that went down on matchday 2 of the Olympic Women's Football Tournament, don't worry, we got you! Courtney & André run through all of the results on the day and go wild over Zambia striker Barbra Banda's second consecutive Olympic hat-trick, which has never been done before in the history of history! We chat thro…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Ann “The Official Ann” and her mother Magdalene Njuguna Kamau, they are here to talk about a very important and sensitive topic, Domestic Violence, they share their stories and experiences and tell of how they escaped this horrible situation known as DV. They are also seeking help to bring Ann’s daughter home and explain …
 
Sharing this lunch and learn panel discussion from 7/6/21 hosted by Asian Women for Health https://www.asianwomenforhealth.org (Instagram: @asianwomenforhealth), featuring Boston-area podcasters of Asian heritage in a behind-the-mic scoop discussion about podcasting and content creation: Audrey Paek - From Resilience to Radiance Podcast (Instagram:…
 
Robert P. Moses work has permeated throughout Black History for almost 60 years before his passing. He was directly involved with getting people to vote. He educated many people through his Algebra Project and helped prepare countless people for college and the workforce. Check out the rest of this episode for more info. Enjoy --- Send in a voice m…
 
#032: Michael Wu is a co-host of the Badass Asian Dudes Podcast / Community and software engineer at Stripe. Taiwanese-American brother from Silicon Valley who went to fulfill his dreams of living and working in Japan, learning the language and eating all the sushi he can find. Cooking dope food, throwing dope parties, and living the dream. In part…
 
Y'all remember Dami? She co-hosted this episode with the boys as we discussed with @AidanTkay our guest. He takes us along on his journey getting into Australia from Uganda and Rwanda and gave us some history lessons on the genocide in Rwanda. You can follow him on socials IG @Aidantkay_official , Twitter @AidanTKay , Fb @AidanTKay Listen, share an…
 
WE’RE BAAAAAACK! Ryan’s in Melbourne lockdown 5.0, or what feels like 50.0, and Hana can only meet up with one other person after 6pm in Seoul. Plus, she can’t listen to music faster than 120BPM at the gym (but songs like Robyn’s Dancing On My Own at 117BPM are A-OK.) Covid restrictions, eh. In this convo, Ryan shares some exciting life news and Ha…
 
Isabelle Thuy Pelaud is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Diasporic Vietnamese Artists Network (DVAN), an organization that promotes Vietnamese cultural productions in the Diaspora (dvan.org), and a Professor in Asian American Studies at SF State University. She is the author of This Is All I Choose To Tell: History and Hybridity in Viet…
 
ANTICONQUISTA with Sons of Fidel will discuss the recent news coming out of Latin America. There are few if any media sites that provide an overview of what's happening in Latin America especially for those of us in the diaspora. The omission and separation of our people from what is happening in the homelands is intentional. It alienates us from o…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa, host Haydé Adams looks at Africa’s urban development.She is joined by Wandile Mthiyane, architect and CEO of Ubuntu Design Group, Emana Nsikan-George, climate researcher and sustainability practitioner on climate actions, Christian Benimana, managing director of MASS Design Group and Johnny Miller, photograp…
 
Taneshia Nash Laird, president and CEO of the Newark Symphony Hall (NSH) – and the only Black female leader of a performing arts center in New Jersey – would be a great fit as a guest on your show. Nash Laird is a multifaceted talent and social change agent who’s breaking barriers in her leadership of NSH, where she’s using arts and culture as an e…
 
Michèle-Jessica Fièvre or sometimes M.J. Fièvre, is a Haitian-born writer and educator who has lived in Florida since 2002. She was born in Port-au-Prince and was educated there, going on to earn a BEd from Barry University and a MFA in Creative Writing from Florida International University. https://mjfievre.com…
 
Long Nguyen is on the World Taekwondo Demonstration Team that won the Golden Buzzer on America’s Got Talent Season 16. Long started his Taekwondo journey in Vietnam with his brothers at the age of 5 in Saigon, Vietnam. Since then, he has been fortunate enough to represent Team USA with his brothers, An and Huy, as National Team Members since 2011. …
 
Let's get it! Courtney & André are back with a fresh episode, and get this y'all, this is episode TWENTY-FIVE! First off we wanted to thank y'all for listening, sharing, following the pod account and showing us love, it truly means a lot to us! In this episode we start by running through the latest results in the NWSL, including a breakdown of the …
 
Sugata Bose and Ayesha Jalal. Modern South Asia: History, Culture, Political economy (4th Ed.). New York: Routledge, 2017. Ayesha Jalal. Self and Sovereignty: Individual and Community in South Asian Islam Since 1850. Routledge, 2001. Amartya Sen. Poverty and Famines: An Essay on Entitlement and Deprivation. OUP, 1983. C.A. Bayly. Indian Society and…
 
Sabeen talks about: her unorthodox, kind of bro-ey dad, Pashtun tribal justice in Chicago, her devout Islamic upbringing, moving to NYC, Pakistan stuff, how she basically made Usama’s career. Thank you for listening and be sure to subscribe on Spotify, Apple, and YouTube—and pls consider leaving a review on apple and supporting us on patreon! Thank…
 
Janet Behan carries on the family tradition of creativity in both her acting and writing. The London-born daughter of Dublin-born playwright Brian Behan & Celia Behan, great niece of the songwriter Peadar Kearney (author of Amhrán na bhFiann, the Irish National Anthem), and niece of the writers Dominic Behan and Brendan Behan. On this serving of Th…
 
#031: What if you had one thing about your identity or self-image that you wish you could change? For me, growing up with mad insecurities, I’ve had more than a few! One of the biggest things: My eyesight. I’ve worn glasses my whole life. Finally, after all these years, I just had a successful eye surgery operation. Words can’t really describe what…
 
Ms Linda Kasonde is the Executive Director for Chapter One Foundation, a lawyer and civil rights activist. She is the immediate past president of the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) and past Chairperson of the Oasis Forum. Since her tenure at LAZ, Ms Kasonde has continued to advocate for human rights, human rights defenders, women empowerment and s…
 
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