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Latest podcast episodes about anti asian racism

Edge of Sports
The Greatest: Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, and David McMahon on Muhammad Ali

Edge of Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 58:55


On September 19, PBS will debut the new documentary “Muhammad Ali” by Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, and David McMahon. This week we speak to them about how to bring a larger than life figure back down to earth and what they learned from the project.  We also have “Choice Words” about the IOC's shocking and casual display of anti-Asian racism from Thomas Bach. In addition, we have “Just Stand Up” and “Just Sit Down” awards to ESPN personality Jay Williams and NFL Network's Rich Eisen for speaking out about the need to get vaccinated and ESPN's Stephen A. Smith for his stupid and bigoted comments about baseball sensation Shohei Ohtani and the Nigerian olympic basketball team. We also have a tribute to Hip-Hop legend Biz Markie, who recently passed. All this and more on this week's show! Ken Burns Twitter: @KenBurns https://www.pbs.org/kenburns/unum/ Sarah Burns Twitter: @sarah_l_burns  https://www.pbs.org/kenburns/about-the-filmmakers/sarah-burns/ Dave McMahon Twitter: @DavidMMcMahon https://www.pbs.org/kenburns/about-the-filmmakers/david-mcmahon/ Zirin, Anti-Asian Racism and the 2020 Olympic Games https://www.thenation.com/article/society/thomas-bach-tokyo-olympics/ — http://www.edgeofsportspodcast.com/ | http://twitter.com/EdgeOfSportsPod | http://fb.com/edgeofsportspod | email us: edgeofsports@gmail.com | Edge of Sports hotline: 401-426-3343 (EDGE)

Princeton Theological Seminary
Dr. Melissa Borja | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

Princeton Theological Seminary

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 30:39


April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Lecture: "Virulent Hate: Stories of Anti Asian Racism and Asian American Resistance During COVID-19" Speaker: Dr. Melissa Borja, Assistant Professor of American Culture and core faculty member in the Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies Program, University of Michigan Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.

We Educate Miami
Why May Should be AAPI History Month; What is critical race theory, and why are conservatives blocking it?

We Educate Miami

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 31:12


On this Day:  On this day in history… May 25th…we celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Month, which is the month of May starting with questions and answers with Texas A&M professor Vanita Reddy, published yesterday in the college newspaper (https://today.tamu.edu/2021/05/24/understanding-asian-american-and-pacific-islander-heritage-month/) For more on this topic, we refer to The Labor Toolkit on Anti-Asian Racism from the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, AFL-CIO. You can download it from  www.apalanet.org What is critical race theory, and why are conservatives blocking it? (https://www.tampabay.com/news/florida-politics/2021/05/25/what-is-critical-race-theory-and-why-are-conservatives-blocking-it/) Critical race theory — a broad set of ideas about systemic bias and privilege — might have its roots in legal academia, but it is fast becoming one of the more explosive flashpoints in America’s state legislatures.They say the unemployed don’t want to work. That’s not quite true. (Sun Sentinel today)https://www.sun-sentinel.com/business/fl-bz-unemployed-look-forward-20210525-52cnjmgkzrflzn4ckex37yqydm-story.htmlFlorida’s move to strip away people’s federal unemployment benefits appears unlikely to drive packs of workers back to low-paying jobs, especially at restaurants and tourist destinations.There is limited evidence to prove the prevailing political argument that workers are staying home in droves to collect free money. In reality, many people are changing careers to escape historically low pay. Others are sick of the way their previous employers treated them, or they’re wary of what some consider reckless precautions against COVID-19.Reminder Summer School expanding—start making plans now. “Summer 305” runs from June 14 - August 20, 2021, and will provide stimulating, fun, and challenging courses, both in-person at 179 schools, and virtually for students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through 12th.Registration is online now at summer305.dadeschools.net or just go to dadeschools.net to find it. Registration will take place at the school site that is hosting the summer program.  You can find the program selection form at dadeschools.net, which is due back June 9th so you have a few weeks, but now is the time to make plans. 

Public Health Insight
Anti-Asian Racism: Violence, Xenophobia, & the Model Minority Myth

Public Health Insight

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 54:27


On March 17, 2021, a lone gunman in Atlanta, Georgia went on a racially-motivated rampage, resulting in the death of eight people, 6 of whom were women of Asian descent. In this episode of the Public Health Insight Podcast, we talk about: Historical examples of hate crimes and discrimination against the Asian community;The origins of the "Model Minority" Myth and its intersectionality with anti-Black racism;Xenophobia in the broader context of the pandemic; andHow COVID-19 has fueled anti-Asian racist sentiments. Podcast HostsWilliam Wang, BA, MPHLinda Holdbrook, BSc, MPHLeshawn Benedict, MPH, MSc, PMP®Gordon Thane, BMSc, MPH, PMP®References for Our Discussion Human Right Rights: Covid-19 Fueling Anti-Asian Racism and Xenophobia WorldwideCTV News: New report details 'disturbing rise' in anti-Asian hate crimes in CanadaBerkeley Public Health: Dean Michael C. Lu: We Must Lift the Veil on Anti-Asian Racism in AmericaThe Economist: The pandemic appears to have sparked a rise in anti-Asian bigotryNPR Code Switch: Model Minority' Myth Again Used As A Racial Wedge Between Asians And BlacksSubscribe to the NewsletterSubscribe to the newsletter to receive updates about podcast episodes, community stars, blogs, conferences, workshops, webinars, relevant news, jobs, professional development, and career opportunities for students and career professionals. Subscribe to the newsletter to ensure you don’t miss out: https://thepublichealthinsight.com/subscribe/. Tell A FriendIf you enjoy our podcasts, it would mean the world if you shared it on social media and tagged us. If you are not the social media type, we would appreciate it if you shared it with a friend or colleague who you think might enjoy the podcast. It helps us to get discovered by other people. Music CreditsThe following tracks were used to produce this podcast episode:Lakey Inspired - Reminisce DeKobe - Left Behind [Full Album]Live Event: Virtual Healthcare Technology as a Tool to Reach Marginalized PopulationsPHI is hosting a Live Podcast Event in our Community Conversations Series and we are giving you special access to join us! On Saturday, June 5th from 1:15 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., we will be talking with Dr. Keith Thompson about how telemedicine & other technology can be leveraged to provide healthcare access to hard-to-reach populations.

Our Hella Confusing Twenties
Episode 17: Taika Waititi, Marcel Proust, and “DAT’S IN DA BIBLE!”

Our Hella Confusing Twenties

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2021 36:23


Website: jeremythsgriffith.wixsite.com/notfunnyfunnyguy Youtube: notfunnyfunnyguy Instagram: @notfunnyfunnyguy Tik Tok: @notfunnyfunnyguy Twitter: @ntfunnyfunnyguy In this, the seventeenth of (hopefully) many episodes, he talks about how sad he is Taika Waititi left his family and is now with Rita Ora, his favorite thing about Marcel Proust, and some practical wisdom and morality. Hopefully something in this podcast inspires you to act with a little more empathy today, or a bit more courage. Or, at the very least, makes you feel a little bit less alone in your confusion. 1:26 - It’s easy to not do ANYTHING. And that’s not where we WANNA be! 2:06 - It really takes such a long time to do a project properly. 3:44 - How good is Minari?! 4:36 - “The day I started to remember is the day I really became a writer.” 5:36 - I need to finish ONE thing before I do the NEXT thing! 6:01 - Beyond Order by Jordan B. Peterson! 6:13 - The way I read books these days. 7:02 - How fucked up is the Taika Waititi stuff?! 8:59 - Can anybody reach the A-list without losing all integrity?! 9:36 - Anti-Asian Racism is not the same thing as criticizing the CCP. 10:48 - Dat’s in da Bible. 11:21 - So many countries have massive tension with China! 11:54 - Hey…Trump called em out, tho 13:21 - Hey, call a spade a SPADE. 13:30 - Chuck Palahniuk exhausts his emotion through storytelling. 15:06 - The way you think about artistry is forever changed. 15:26 - MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA!!! 17:06 - How Proust can change your life! 18:21 - Benefit of reading: hey, my life’s not so bad, hey? 18:52 - My favorite thing about Marcel Proust. 21:36 - How the way I perceive the Bible has changed over the years. 23:06 - The things that are true in the invisible world! 24:51 - Is the Western world plagued by shitty values, or a failure to live up to the BEST values? 26:11 - What true religion means to me. 26:56 - I love what America is founded on. 28:16 - The extent of my religious trauma. 28:56 - Separating morality and inherent conscience from control-based indoctrination 31:35 - I really, really believe in being good. 32:36 - If people never disagreed with me… 33:22 - We all have value in different ways, hahaha. 33:36 - We are EQUAL as humans!!! 34:06 - Bring Redemption Back 2021! 34:30 - The importance of telling the truth.

Fare of the Free Child
Ep 220: Iris Chen on Culture, Childhood, and Consent

Fare of the Free Child

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 30:32


This week’s episode opens the first segment of our three-part flow from a mindful conversation with Iris Chen of Untigering. Iris is an unschooling mom and author of Untigering: Peaceful Parenting for the Deconstructing Tiger Parent, an authentic and vulnerable narrative about parenting as an Asian-American with cultural awareness, consent, love, and survival all blended in. Iris will also join us next week on a Feel Trip episode and we would love to hear some of your feedback prior to that! The week after that (on Saturday) we’ll bring you a recap of that Feel Trip. Make sure you don't miss any of our Feel Trip invitations by entering our podcast village.Iris chats with Akilah about the process that led her into writing her book, a process that started two years ago as she was blogging about her family experiences. Akilah and Iris also speak about the expectations and the pressure that we sometimes create around our children by seeing them only as extensions of us and not also as individuals."We can be agents of change instead of victims to tradition" - Iris ChenIris challenges the idea that we are trapped by our culture and rules, because we can celebrate but also question. Iris asserts that we are more than our stereotypes, and Akilah agrees with that and invites us to embrace the elements that are aligned to who we are while we reject what doesn’t vibe with us as part of our evolution. Iris also talks about the importance of language and the influence that culture has to offer as a tool that enhances connection and more ways to expand understanding.They also talk about consent and emotional intelligence skills and how important it is to re-parent our inner child to heal and understand the ways we can be influencing our children's behavior, because this can shape the practices that help us unravel our schoolish mindsets as we grow together.LIBERATION WALKPress that “Leave a Voice Message” button on the right side of the site and share some thoughtsLearn more about The Homeschool Association of CaliforniaHere you can read Parenting in a Climate of Anti-Asian Racism by Iris ChenSubscribe to Akilah’s Youtube Channel!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/akilah)

The Dr. Vibe Show
THE DR. VIBE SHOW™ - RHEA LISONDRA - ACTION NEEDED TO RESOLVE CANADA'S GROWING ANTI-ASIAN RACISM PROBLEM - APRIL 20 - 2021

The Dr. Vibe Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 56:08


Rhea Lisondra is a Carleton Journalism and Humanities alumna. As a journalist, she hopes to give a platform to underrepresented voices. She is a reporter at Street Voices and New Canadian Media. She is also a Co-Host on the podcast AZN Connection. Recently, Rhea was live on our show talking about her article Action Needed to Resolve Canada's Growing Anti-Asian Racism Problem. During our conversation, Rhea talked about: – Her background and the challenges she faces growing up in Canada – The lessons and qualities her parents have given her that make her who she is today – The response her family had to her wanting to go into journalism – Her first day of journalism school versus her graduation day, and her struggles she faced in college. – The background behind the article Action Needed to Resolve: Canada's Growing Anti-Asian Racism Problem and why she wrote the article – Pushback she faced when writing the article and how she felt after finishing the article – The day-to-day challenges in the Asian community and “imposter syndrome”. – Comparison of younger generations talking about the issues the Asian communities face versus elder generations – Her concern for underrepresentation of underrepresentation in media, and her ideal vision of the Canadian media landscape – The AZN Connection Podcast – Younger generations thoughts on Anti-Asian Racism and how they are handling it – Her thoughts on the Canadian media landscape – The most common misconceptions about Asian People. – Calls to actions she has for people when it comes to Anti-Asian Racism You can contact Rhea via: Instagram Twitter AZN Connection Podcast Street Voices New Canadian Media Visit The Dr. Vibe Show™ at https://www.thedrvibeshow.com Please feel free to email us at dr.vibe@thedrvibeshow.com Please feel free to “Like” the “The Dr. Vibe Show” Facebook Fan Page here God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith, Dr. Vibe 2020 Podcast News Award Winner – Canadian Ethnic Media Association 2018 Innovation Award Winner – Canadian Ethnic Media Association The Dr. Vibe Show™ At “The Good Men Project” One of the first Brand Ambassador's – Cuisine Noir Magazine Dr. Vibe – Producer And Co-host of Black Men Talking On WJMS Radio Dr. Vibe on HuffPost Live – August 2, 2013 2013 Black Weblog Awards Finalist (Best Podcast) 2012 Black Weblog Awards Winner (Best International Blog) 2012 Black Weblog Awards Finalist (Best Podcast) 2011 Black Weblog Awards Finalist (Best International Blog and Best Podcast Series) Black Blog Of The Day – Black Bloggers Network – June 23, 2011 Twitter Twitter hashtag: #DrVibe The Dr. Vibe Show™ – iTunes The Dr. Vibe Show™ – Spotify Dr. Vibe Media – You Tube The Dr. Vibe Show™ – Stitcher Radio The Dr. Vibe Show™ – TuneIn Radio The Dr. Vibe Show™ – Google Play Music The Dr. Vibe Show™ – iHeartRadio The Dr. Vibe Show™ at Anchor Linkedin – The Dr. Vibe Show™ Instagram The Dr. Vibe Show Facebook Fan Page

Kpopcast
Hit Replays: Hotshot, The Rose, Seori, weeekly

Kpopcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 21:34


K-pop Hit Replays for the 4th Week of March 202NE1, featuring Rimi - editor at SeoulBeats. Join us on Slack: https://join.slack.com/t/kpopcast/shared_invite/zt-93kzxcv6-YNej2QkyY6vaPnhEQJxk0A HIT REPLAYS: - The Rose (더 로즈) - Sorry https://youtu.be/uXcpLWB2eBA - Seori - Lovers in the night https://youtu.be/RLPWiQKqi-I - 핫샷 (HOTSHOT) - Watch out https://youtu.be/UeFq-g0uTEo - Weeekly(위클리) _ After School https://youtu.be/qfVuRQX0ydQ Stories Discussed: - BTS Reveals Their Own Experiences of Anti-Asian Racism https://www.vice.com/en/article/v7m5gj/bts-anti-asian-racism-discrimination-experience-kpop - BLACKPINK chosen to advocate climate change awareness http://world.kbs.co.kr/service/contents_view.htm?lang=e&menu_cate=enternews&id=&board_seq=399392&page=2&board_code= - Big Hit Entertainment to change name to Hybe http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20210319000808&np=2&mp=1 - Two more Infinite members depart Woollim Entertainment https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/2021/03/31/entertainment/kpop/kpop-infinite-boyband/20210331100702489.html - SHINee reportedly star in Hello Baby: "A Reunion Special" https://n.news.naver.com/entertain/article/144/0000727579?s=09 - Kid Tries to Not Recognize Her Favorite K-pop Star (Feat. IU) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfXqgH2RscE The Kpopcast Crew: twitter.com/TheKpopcast twitter.com/Sparker2 twitter.com/michaelajkpop twitter.com/DJPeterLo kpopcast.net

The F  Words
The Rise of Anti-Asian Racism

The F Words

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 13:18


On this episode of The F Words Natasha and Taylor talk to host and producer Brigitte Truong about the troubling rise of Anti-Asian Racism in Canada and around the world. Brigitte shares her own personal experiences with racism, how important it is to have open and honest conversations about this topic, protecting the elder Asian community and social media activism. For more information on how you can help and donate go to: https://www.gofundme.com/c/act/stop-aapi-hate

Big Brain Chungus
#40 - Making Chicken Nuggets from Na'vi.

Big Brain Chungus

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2021 72:52


Ryan tells us his tin foil hat theory about the British royal family and alleged sex criminal prince Andrew. The inhumane conditions for junior bankers at Goldman Sachs. Finally we judge Denis "I can't be a Nazi because I'm Jewish" Pragers' #hottake on "Anti-Asian Racism" Follow us on: twitter.com/RealBigBrain www.twitch.tv/realbigbrainchungus www.youtube.com/channel/UCatEo7-H91LgxkA8DIPWwkw

What's Left?
San Francisco Bored of Education

What's Left?

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2021


Remove Alison Collins! Recall the SF Board of Education! Sue SF BOE! What's behind all the drama and intrigue that has embroiled the SF Board of Education in a historic level crisis?  What lessons can be learned from this?  And what would real change actually look like?  What's Left? discusses all of this in this episode.What’s Left? Website:Previous What’s Left? EpisodesLast Week: Anti-Asian RacismCancel CultureIdentity PoliticsSFUSD PoliticsReopening Schools in SFUSD Podcasts: iTunes: Spotify: Bitchute: YouTube:  LBRY: Odysee: stitcher: Googleplaymusic: 

2Pastors - Kate and Eulando
Nana Akufo-Addo, Anti-Asian Racism, and Ally Henny

2Pastors - Kate and Eulando

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 80:50


Nana Akufo-Addo, Anti-Asian Racism, and Ally Henny by 2Pastors - Kate and Eulando

Cultural Lenses
Feeling poopy

Cultural Lenses

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 28:26


Cultural Lenses is your weekly dose of cultural and societal commentary. On this week's episode, LR reflects on recent events. How to help against Anti-Asian Racism: https://www.standagainsthatred.org/ If you're looking for affordable counseling/therapy: https://openpathcollective.org/ If you have any questions/comments/concerns/suggestions feel free to reach out to him via email: lrtheelventh@gmail.com. Also follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/lrtheeleventh, Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lreleven, and Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/lreleven. You can find BARS: Becoming an Anti Racist Society here: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIahj-TNZJ2vzpmRtkEdeB6R6bLTf3ylw If you'd like to support LRELEVEN (Nikhil Chodimella) and the work he does, you can buy him some coffee: https://ko-fi.com/lreleven. Music produced by: Revelries. You can find them on Twitter: https://twitter.com/revelriesmusic and on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/ybz2fu4g Intro voice over by Glenn Huston. You can find on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/raezeth and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/glennhuston.

What The Phalange?! | A Friends (TV Show) Podcast
02.01 The One Where Trauma Can Be Retroactive

What The Phalange?! | A Friends (TV Show) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 88:59


WE'RE BACK! We're here for Season 2 and we are so excited! In this episode, we're talking about Season 2, Episode 1, The One with Ross' New Girlfriend. There are so many things to talk about in this episode including Anti-Asian Racism, Sexual Assault in Prison, and on a much lighter note, WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH ROSS AND RACHEL? Get ready for this super long Season 2 premiere episode of What the Phalange?!Resources on Anti-Asian Racism:Short Podcast Episode About Anti-Racism in CanadaAll About Micro-aggressionsProject1907 - Canadian Resources on Anti-Asian Racism Report an Anti-Asian racist IncidentErin O'Toole's far-right line in the sand (Frontburner Podcast Episode)Resources for Survivors of Sexual Assault (Men Specific):Online Chat HotlineMale Survivor ResourcesMontreal, Canada ResourcesFollow What the Phalange?! on social media: @wtphalangepodcastemail: wtphlange@gmail.comEmilie Brunetwww.emiliebyoga.cominsta: @emiliebyogaquinn k brunetinsta: @quinnkbrunet or @mindbodywithquinnwww.quinnkbrunet.com-----We've partnered with Salti Yoga Online to give you a 25% Discount Off the first three months of your online yoga subscription when you use the promocode: SMELLYCATSupport the show (http://patreon.com/wtphalange)Salti Yoga Online Promo Code Use our special SMELLYCAT promo code to get 25% off your first 3 months for yourself or as a gift!

Delgado Podcast
Asian American Identity, Theology & Racial Justice - Dr. Russell Jeung

Delgado Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2021 45:43


This season, we've been looking at the ways our theology and personal faith can evolve -- and how oppression, disability, trauma and racism can shift the way we understand God, our scriptures and ourselves. Today, we’re going to be focused specifically on addressing the marginalization of our Asian American communities -- and how living in a liminal space (sometimes not accepted as fully American or fully Asian) has shaped Asian American theology -- and helped us to better understand our God who dwells in liminal spaces, too. In this conversation, Dr. Russell Jeung talks with us about the history of Asian American studies, the birth of Asian American theology, how oppression and marginalization of Asian Americans has led to a theology of exile, and the disturbing rise of Christian nationalism along with Anti-Asian Racism. Dr. Russell Jeung is a leading sociologist of Asian Americans, race, and religion. He is professor of Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University and author of many books focused on race and religion -- including "Sustaining Faith Traditions: Race, Ethnicity, and Religion among the Latino and Asian American Second Generation" that he wrote with Carolyn Chen, published by NYU Press. In 2020, Dr. Jeung launched Stop AAPI Hate, a project of Chinese for Affirmative Action, the Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council, and SF State Asian American Studies. It tracks Covid-19 related discrimination in order to develop community resources and policy interventions to fight racism. His spiritual memoir, "At Home in Exile: Finding Jesus Among My Ancestors and Refugees Neighbors," shares his experiences living among the foreigner and the poor. Videos and blog: http://www.mikedelgado.org/podcast/russell-jeung/

Zócalo Public Square
Does a New Wave of Anti-Asian American Racism Require New Ways of Fighting Back?

Zócalo Public Square

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2020 63:42


Many Americans of Chinese, Japanese, and other Asian heritage have thrived in the U.S. through perseverance, resilience, education, and upward mobility, despite waves of discrimination both overt and hidden. Now, COVID-19 has escalated xenophobia and anti-Asian prejudices—from references to “Kung Flu” or the “Chinese virus” to acts of violence across the country. What strategies and tools can help combat this new wave of racism and help prepare the nation for the next wave, which will also likely be triggered by a moment of fear or panic? Can we find inspiration for preventing anti-Asian violence and building a more inclusive culture from diverse communities within the U.S. and around the world? United States Senator Mazie Hirono, Chinese for Affirmative Action Executive Director Cynthia Choi, USC historian and Two Faces of Exclusion: The Untold History of Anti-Asian Racism author Lon Kurashige, and Karthick Ramakrishnan, political scientist and director of the UC Riverside Center for Social Innovation, visited Zócalo to contextualize pandemic-inspired racism and share new ways of fighting back against it. This event was moderated by Sewell Chan, editor of the editorial pages at the Los Angeles Times, and was presented in partnership with the Daniel K. Inouye Institute. Read more about our panelists here: https://zps.la/3cjL6OA For a full report on the live discussion, check out the Takeaway: https://zps.la/34BLTs5 Visit www.zocalopublicsquare.org to read our articles and learn about upcoming events. Twitter: twitter.com/thepublicsquare Instagram: www.instagram.com/thepublicsquare/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/zocalopublicsquare

On Your Left
This is an Asian Podcast

On Your Left

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 73:16


Join Katrina Eames and Nirali Sheth as they discuss how Covid-19 is fueling Anti-Asian Racism and Xenophobia. Additionally in everyone's favorite segment "Joe Biden: he's our first choice now" they discuss Joe Biden's Agenda for the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities, Agenda for Muslim-American Communities, and Joe Biden's foreign policy in relation to the Asian region. 

On Your Left
This is an Asian Podcast

On Your Left

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 73:16


Join Katrina Eames and Nirali Sheth as they discuss how Covid-19 is fueling Anti-Asian Racism and Xenophobia. Additionally in everyone's favorite segment "Joe Biden: he's our first choice now" they discuss Joe Biden's Agenda for the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities, Agenda for Muslim-American Communities, and Joe Biden's foreign policy in relation to the Asian region. 

On Your Left
This is an Asian Podcast

On Your Left

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 73:16


Join Katrina Eames and Nirali Sheth as they discuss how Covid-19 is fueling Anti-Asian Racism and Xenophobia. Additionally in everyone's favorite segment "Joe Biden: he's our first choice now" they discuss Joe Biden's Agenda for the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities, Agenda for Muslim-American Communities, and Joe Biden's foreign policy in relation to the Asian region. 

On Your Left
This is an Asian Podcast

On Your Left

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 73:16


Join Katrina Eames and Nirali Sheth as they discuss how Covid-19 is fueling Anti-Asian Racism and Xenophobia. Additionally in everyone's favorite segment "Joe Biden: he's our first choice now" they discuss Joe Biden's Agenda for the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities, Agenda for Muslim-American Communities, and Joe Biden's foreign policy in relation to the Asian region. 

The Trauma Club Podcast
Episode 8: Dads Part 1

The Trauma Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2020 80:03


In this episode, we begin discussing our trauma surrounding our relationship with our Dads. Vanessa and Doug have the same biological mother, but Doug had both a biological father who was present in his life and Vanessa's biological father--who raised him. So, in this first part, we focus on Doug's Dads and how he understands his relationship to each of them. Stay tuned for Part 2, where we'll concentrate more thoroughly on Vanessa's relationship with the man both Vanessa and Doug call "Dad." [TRIGGER WARNINGS: Father's Day, Gaslighting, Mass Incarceration, Systemic Racism, Drug Addiction, Childhood Abandonment, Rape, Anti-Asian Racism (in the quiz)] Show Notes The website Doug found through a link on Twitter is called Shoppe Black, and it contains links to all sorts of Black-owned businesses--including the list of Black-owned coffee brands where he discovered Blk & Bold. This week, Doug began drinking their La Guadalupe, Honduras - Single Origin (Direct Trade), Light Roast, and it is 100% certifiably delicious. Buy their stuff, y'all. And then follow the company on Twitter @BlkandBold so you can talk about it. The local coffee shop in Columbus that Vanessa mentioned is called Upper Cup Coffee. If you're ever in the area--and if this whole Covid shit ever goes away--be sure to check it out. Doug refers to his biological Dad as "Dad Rice," because his last name is "Rice," and he refers to his "other Dad" as "Dad Roland," because his last name is "Roland." Also, Vanessa and Doug mention "Urbana" quite frequently. Just FYI--that's the central/southwestern rural Ohio hometown they grew up in. It looks like Carmazzi's, the vintage Urbana candy store Vanessa references, is still in operation after all.   Doug mentions having believed, as a 13-year old, that John Reuben was the "Christian Eminem." If you listen to his music, you'll see how ridiculous that is. Hmm, it looks like he actually is still making music. Who knew? (Bonus show note: Doug named his and Jessy's first dog together "Reuben" after John Reuben). The study Doug is participating in with his church is based on the book How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram Kendi. It's definitely worth looking into if you haven't read it already. We're not even going to give the quiz the courtesy of a link, because it's sooooo racist. If you Google it, find the quiz, and don't understand why we think it's racist, then we recommend you actually getting to know some Asian people (or at least Asian-Americans) before you go visiting any country on that list. This episode was recorded on June 24, 2020.

Status/الوضع
Politics in the Time of Corona - EP. 11: Anti-Asian Racism: A Feature of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Status/الوضع

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2020 29:49


This podcast takes you to several cities/countries affected by COVID-19 to discuss social, economic, and political challenges facing their societies, with emphasis on the most vulnerable groups and on what this pandemic reveals about the human condition (wow, big phrase). Based on personal and incisive conversations with various interlocutors on location, we hope both to learn from others and to provide some solace as we address how we are collectively experiencing and dealing with similar challenges. We will be speaking with our guests, one or several at a time, via Skype, and will try to have brief, informative, and non-draining calls within 20-30 minutes. Stats: Coronavirus and Anti-Asian Racism in the United States - 100 hate crimes against Asian Americans on average according to reports. - Over 2,000 incidents of xenophobia and racism against Asian Americans. - In New York City, Chinese businesses have seen a drop of 30-80 percent in sales. - 47% of incidents occurred in businesses. - Over 30% of incidents occurred in public spaces. - Asian women were disproportionately targeted by racist incidents, with 70% of victims being female. - 40% of incidents directed towards people of Chinese descent. - Over ⅔ of incidents involved verbal harassment. Hosted by Noura Erakat and Bassam Haddad Production Set by Khalid Namez Edited by Alicia Rodriguez Directed by Bassam Haddad Research by Naim Mousa

SOLA Network
17: How the Church can Combat Anti-Asian Racism with Pastor Ray Chang and Dr. Michelle Reyes

SOLA Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2020 39:04


Subscribe: https://anchor.fm/solanetwork Hannah Chao: https://hannahchao.substack.com/ Asian American Christian Collaborative: https://asianamericanchristiancollaborative.com/ With the rise of anti-Asian racism triggered by COVID-19, the Asian American Christian Collaborative released the “Statement on Anti-Asian Racism in the Time of COVID-19.” This statement “denounces the current rise in anti-Asian racism in the United States of America. It calls for an immediate end to the xenophobic rhetoric, hate crimes, and violence against our people and communities, and invites all Americans to join them.” The SOLA Network supported this statement, and more than 10,000 people have signed it since it was published on March 31, 2020. SOLA Editor Hannah Chao interviewed Pastor Raymond Chang, president of the AACC, and Dr. Michelle Reyes, vice president of AACC, both of whom were lead drafters on the statement and are committed to Biblically-rooted racial justice. Their conversation covered topics from how Asian Americans are awakening to the reality of systemic racism, how knowing history can help us to frame our conversations on race, and how churches can help speak on the sin of racism. Shownotes: Read a transcript of this conversation: https://sola.network/article/church-combat-anti-asian-racism Statement on Anti-Asian Racism in the Time of COVID-19: https://sola.network/article/statement-anti-asian-racism SOLA’s essay on why it supports the Statement: https://sola.network/article/anti-asian-racism-covid-19 Recommended books for further reading from Dr. Michelle Reyes and Raymond Chang: The Making of Asian America by Erika Lee; America for Americans: A History of Xenophobia in the United States by Erika Lee; Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning by Cathy Park Hong; The Color of Success: Asian Americans and the Origins of the Model Minority by Ellen D. Wu. Email us your questions or conversation topics: podcast@sola.network Links: TGIF Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/sola/tgif SOLA Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/sola/newsletter SOLA on Facebook: https://facebook.com/thesolanetwork SOLA on Instagram: https://instagram.com/thesolanetwork SOLA on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqsoKbSYBbZZoovA24PhqAg SOLA Network: https://sola.network

Defining Safe
Defining Safe: The Spread of Coronavirus and Anti-Asian Racism

Defining Safe

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2020 12:21


How has the rise in reports of anti-Asian racism impacted the Northwestern community? Northwestern students share their experiences with and comment on the rise of anti-Asian racism in the time of COVID-19. Resources for Asian American students: NAKASEC Community Resources for COVID-19 NAKASEC Mutual Aid Fund Donations NU Asian Pacific American Coalition AAPI Incident Report... The post Defining Safe: The Spread of Coronavirus and Anti-Asian Racism appeared first on The Daily Northwestern.

We Made It Podcast
End Racism in Football Part 1

We Made It Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2020 75:56


Quarantine Times Update (1' - 3')Episode 6 "Rudiger on Serie A Racism" (3' - 12')Episode 24 "Roma Fans Respond to Rudiger" (12' - 16')Episode 24 "Lazio Ultras Antisemitism" (16' - 23')Episode 25 "Lazio Ultras Disrespectful Response" (23' - 29')Episode 34 "Zlatan Faces Racism in Sweden" (29' - 34')Episode 52 "Racist Banner Aimed at Balotelli" (34' - 44')Episode 85 "Tottenham Fan Throws Banana" (44' - 51')Episode 90 "Anti-Asian Racism in EPL" (51' - 59')Episode 100 "Euro Qualifiers Marred by Racism" (59' - End)

Pass The Mic
Asian American Christian Statement on Anti-Asian Racism with Ray Chang

Pass The Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2020 61:11


Ray Chang joins Jemar to discuss the Asian American Christian Statement on Anti-Asian Racism

Melanated Faith
Season 1 Episode 10: Social Distancing While Single

Melanated Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2020 66:58


On this last episode of season 1, Faitth and Kathryn discuss the pros and cons of dating will remaining socially distant. They also provide valuable on self care tips for your quarantine. Link Love That Discomfort You’re Feeling Is Grief https://hbr.org/2020/03/that-discomfort-youre-feeling-is-grief Texas COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line: (Toll-free) 833-986-1919 National Alliance on Mental Illness Resources for COVID-19 https://www.nami.org/getattachment/About-NAMI/NAMI-News/2020/NAMI-Updates-on-the-Coronavirus/COVID-19-Updated-Guide-1.pdf Love Beyond Walls  https://www.lovebeyondwalls.org/ Statement on Anti-Asian Racism in the Time of COVID-19 https://asianamericanchristiancollaborative.com/

Podcastbols
Episode 26 The Corona Cast

Podcastbols

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2020 37:22


Corona Virus, Corona Vs. Pro and Collegiate sports, Toilet paper, Anti-Asian Racism, How serious is this Virus? Old folks just gotta go??

New Books Network
Lon Kurashige, “Two Faces of Exclusion: The Untold History of Anti-Asian Racism in the United States” (U North Carolina Press, 2016)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2018 85:10


In Two Faces of Exclusion: The Untold History of Anti-Asian Racism in the United States (University of North Carolina Press, 2016), Lon Kurashige emphasizes the contingencies that shaped the history of Asian restriction and exclusion in the United States from the 1840s to the 1980s. Two Faces of Exclusion answers the question, posed by another scholar, of why Asian exclusion took so long to achieve and was so uneven if racism was so total and overwhelming. Kurashige proposes that we think about anti-Asian racism as the result of a “perfect storm” that required the convergence of several vulnerabilities—most important among them the inability of Asians to become U.S. citizens—with fears about political, economic, and social contamination by Asians. Contesting the ebbs and flows of this storm were two camps that Kurashige calls the “exclusionists” and the “egalitarians,” which themselves evolved over time. Like other recent cutting-edge scholarship in the field of Asian American history, Two Faces of Exclusion follows these threads internationally and shows how American lives and careers abroad in many cases influenced their support for egalitarianism at home. Kurashige’s use of quantitative data about congressional roll call votes and precinct-level voting patterns will interest fans of historical methods, and adds fresh insights to a story that many may think they already know. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in History
Lon Kurashige, “Two Faces of Exclusion: The Untold History of Anti-Asian Racism in the United States” (U North Carolina Press, 2016)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2018 85:10


In Two Faces of Exclusion: The Untold History of Anti-Asian Racism in the United States (University of North Carolina Press, 2016), Lon Kurashige emphasizes the contingencies that shaped the history of Asian restriction and exclusion in the United States from the 1840s to the 1980s. Two Faces of Exclusion answers the question, posed by another scholar, of why Asian exclusion took so long to achieve and was so uneven if racism was so total and overwhelming. Kurashige proposes that we think about anti-Asian racism as the result of a “perfect storm” that required the convergence of several vulnerabilities—most important among them the inability of Asians to become U.S. citizens—with fears about political, economic, and social contamination by Asians. Contesting the ebbs and flows of this storm were two camps that Kurashige calls the “exclusionists” and the “egalitarians,” which themselves evolved over time. Like other recent cutting-edge scholarship in the field of Asian American history, Two Faces of Exclusion follows these threads internationally and shows how American lives and careers abroad in many cases influenced their support for egalitarianism at home. Kurashige’s use of quantitative data about congressional roll call votes and precinct-level voting patterns will interest fans of historical methods, and adds fresh insights to a story that many may think they already know. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in American Studies
Lon Kurashige, “Two Faces of Exclusion: The Untold History of Anti-Asian Racism in the United States” (U North Carolina Press, 2016)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2018 85:10


In Two Faces of Exclusion: The Untold History of Anti-Asian Racism in the United States (University of North Carolina Press, 2016), Lon Kurashige emphasizes the contingencies that shaped the history of Asian restriction and exclusion in the United States from the 1840s to the 1980s. Two Faces of Exclusion answers the question, posed by another scholar, of why Asian exclusion took so long to achieve and was so uneven if racism was so total and overwhelming. Kurashige proposes that we think about anti-Asian racism as the result of a “perfect storm” that required the convergence of several vulnerabilities—most important among them the inability of Asians to become U.S. citizens—with fears about political, economic, and social contamination by Asians. Contesting the ebbs and flows of this storm were two camps that Kurashige calls the “exclusionists” and the “egalitarians,” which themselves evolved over time. Like other recent cutting-edge scholarship in the field of Asian American history, Two Faces of Exclusion follows these threads internationally and shows how American lives and careers abroad in many cases influenced their support for egalitarianism at home. Kurashige’s use of quantitative data about congressional roll call votes and precinct-level voting patterns will interest fans of historical methods, and adds fresh insights to a story that many may think they already know. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Asian American Studies
Lon Kurashige, “Two Faces of Exclusion: The Untold History of Anti-Asian Racism in the United States” (U North Carolina Press, 2016)

New Books in Asian American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2018 85:10


In Two Faces of Exclusion: The Untold History of Anti-Asian Racism in the United States (University of North Carolina Press, 2016), Lon Kurashige emphasizes the contingencies that shaped the history of Asian restriction and exclusion in the United States from the 1840s to the 1980s. Two Faces of Exclusion answers the question, posed by another scholar, of why Asian exclusion took so long to achieve and was so uneven if racism was so total and overwhelming. Kurashige proposes that we think about anti-Asian racism as the result of a “perfect storm” that required the convergence of several vulnerabilities—most important among them the inability of Asians to become U.S. citizens—with fears about political, economic, and social contamination by Asians. Contesting the ebbs and flows of this storm were two camps that Kurashige calls the “exclusionists” and the “egalitarians,” which themselves evolved over time. Like other recent cutting-edge scholarship in the field of Asian American history, Two Faces of Exclusion follows these threads internationally and shows how American lives and careers abroad in many cases influenced their support for egalitarianism at home. Kurashige’s use of quantitative data about congressional roll call votes and precinct-level voting patterns will interest fans of historical methods, and adds fresh insights to a story that many may think they already know. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices