Perinatal mental health concerns affect as many as 20% of US women. Among Asian-American moms, ingrained cultural values can be an impediment to both diagnosis and treatment. In this episode of Mind Dive Podcast, hosts Bob Boland, MD and Kerry Horrell, PhD welcome two colleagues from The Menninger Clinic, psychologists who focus on women's mental health and the particular needs of perinatal women in the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Nausheen Noor, PhD became passionate about women's mental health as a community provider in Karachi, Pakistan, working with women struggling with domestic violence, depression and traumatic stress. She is also a strong advocate for mental health and wellness in the AAPI community, working to address lingering stigmas. The podcast also features Rose Yang, PsyD, the adult division coordinator and faculty leader for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at The Menninger Clinic. Dr. Yang became invested in AAPI mental health in her early career, but her own subsequent experiences as a mom led her to explore maternal mental health challenges and attendant cultural issues in the Asian-American community. She is a certified perinatal mental health provider.While it may be helpful at times to consider AAPI individuals as a community and to acknowledge intersecting experiences, Drs. Noor and Yang emphasize that it is critical to also recognize that the community is not a monolith, and is comprised of people from diverse backgrounds and cultures. Dr. Yang notes that the “model minority” stereotype—a 1960's era term coined in a news article about Japanese American success—has been problematic, as it minimizes the struggles of many AAPI sub-groups, both ethnic and experiential (e.g., refugees). The panel also discusses the impact of the COVID pandemic as a stressor in the AAPI community, as it both catalyzed anti-Asian hate crimes and contributed to “lumping” all Asians together without regard for the rich breadth of their heritages. Drs. Noor and Yang discuss the meaning of perinatal health—perinatal covers the period before, during and after pregnancy—and the factors that can lead to mental health challenges. While pregnancy can exacerbate pre-existing psychological vulnerabilities, other factors are contributors as well, including hormonal and psychosocial changes and disrupted sleep. Dr. Noor notes that fertility challenges and treatment can also contribute to feelings of stress and depression. Among Asian-American women, cultural and familial norms and differing levels of acculturation can discourage these moms from acknowledging and/or speaking about the feelings they are experiencing and from seeking help. The solution? Drs. Noor and Yang emphasize the critical importance of timely, frequent and culturally sensitive screening by a variety of health practitioners—at Ob/Gyn and Pediatrician visits, and also by lactation counselors, midwives and doulas. Because this is a time that their focus is on care for the baby, women may be missing out on themselves; multiple check-in points may help to identify mental health concerns early on. They note that the American Follow The Menninger Clinic on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn to stay up to date on new Mind Dive episodes. To submit a topic for discussion, email email@example.com. If you are a new or regular listener, please leave us a review on your favorite listening platform! Visit www.menningerclinic.org to learn more about The Menninger Clinic's research and leadership role in mental health.
Welcome to Season 3, Episode 37. We're taking a couple weeks off for vacation, so we're posting a few ICYMI Encore Episodes. Today we're re-posting The History of Stereotypical Chinatown Architecture from Season 2, Episode 58. Most Chinatowns across the world have similar structural elements: pagodas, specific colors, terra cotta tiles, and more. So how did this happen? It might surprise you that stereotypical Chinatown architecture was created by white people hired by Chinese Americans. Although San Francisco was the first place this happened, their success in creating a welcoming environment influenced the re-design of almost all Chinatowns across the world. For previous episodes and information, please visit our site at https://asianamericanhistory101.libsyn.com or social media links at http://castpie.com/AAHistory101. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Segments 00:25 Intro on Chinatown Architecture 01:44 The History of Stereotypical Chinatown Architecture
The Gelsemium APT is active against a Southeast Asian government. A multi-year campaign against Tibetan, Uighur, and Taiwanese targets. Stealth Falcon's new backdoor. Predator spyware is deployed against Apple zero-days. An update on Pegasus spyware found in Meduza devices. There's a shift in Russian cyberespionage targeting. A rumor of cyberwar in occupied Crimea. In our Industry Voices segment, Amit Sinha, CEO of Digicert, describes digital trust for the software supply chain. Our guest is Arctic Wolf's Ian McShane with insights on the MGM and Caesars ransomware incident. And if you're looking for a Super Bowl pick, go with an egg-laying animal…and, oh, the NFL and CISA are noodling cyber defense for the big game. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/12/183 Selected reading. Rare Backdoors Suspected to be Tied to Gelsemium APT Found in Targeted Attack in Southeast Asian Government (Unit 42) Rare Backdoors Suspected to be Tied to Gelsemium APT Found in Targeted Attack in Southeast Asian Government (IBM X-Force Exchange) Evasive Gelsemium hackers spotted in attack against Asian govt (BleepingComputer) Unit 42 Researchers Discover Multiple Espionage Operations Targeting Southeast Asian Government (Unit 42) EvilBamboo Targets Mobile Devices in Multi-year Campaign (Volexity) From Watering Hole to Spyware: EvilBamboo Targets Tibetans, Uyghurs, and Taiwanese (The Hacker News) Stealth Falcon preying over Middle Eastern skies with Deadglyph (We Live Security) t Deadglyph: Covertly preying over Middle Eastern skies (LABScon) New stealthy and modular Deadglyph malware used in govt attacks (BleepingComputer) Deadglyph: New Advanced Backdoor with Distinctive Malware Tactics (The Hacker News) 0-days exploited by commercial surveillance vendor in Egypt (Google). PREDATOR IN THE WIRES: Ahmed Eltantawy Targeted with Predator Spyware After Announcing Presidential Ambitions (The Citizen Lab) New Apple Zero-Days Exploited to Target Egyptian ex-MP with Predator Spyware (The Hacker News) Egyptian presidential hopeful targeted by Predator spyware (Washington Post) Russian news outlet in Latvia believes European state behind phone hack (the Guardian) Exclusive: Russian hackers seek war crimes evidence, Ukraine cyber chief says (Reuters). Russian hackers trying to steal evidence of Moscow's war crimes in Ukraine - cyber chief (Ukrinform). Large-scale cyberattack reported in occupied Crimea (The Kyiv Independent) NFL, CISA Look to Intercept Cyber Threats to Super Bowl LVIII (Dark Reading) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of "How to Protect the Ocean," host Andrew Lewinn discusses the mystery surrounding the disappearance of great white sharks in False Bay. He explores theories such as whether they were eaten, moved elsewhere, or if their food supply ran out. Andrew reveals that the mystery has been solved and dives into the conservation success stories of great white sharks in various regions around the world. The episode highlights the iconic nature of great whites and their population growth in protected areas. Andrew also mentions South Africa's role in capturing stunning footage of great white sharks breaching the water to catch seals. Tune in to learn more about these fascinating creatures and how to advocate for ocean conservation. Articles mentioned in this episode: https://hakaimagazine.com/news/south-africas-missing-sharks-have-been-found/ https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0308597X20306370 Share your conservation journey on the podcast by booking here: https://calendly.com/sufb/sufb-interview Fill out our listener survey: https://www.speakupforblue.com/survey Join the audio program - Build Your Marine Science and Conservation Career: https://www.speakupforblue.com/career Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc In this episode, the disappearance of great white sharks in South Africa, particularly in False Bay, is discussed. This disappearance has sparked concerns and led to various theories about the cause. The episode explores theories such as whether the sharks were eaten, if they relocated to another area, or if their food supply depleted. The decline of white sharks is described as dramatic, fast, and unprecedented, highlighting the urgency to understand the situation. Furthermore, the episode reveals that the mystery of the great white shark disappearance in False Bay has been solved. Recent research indicates that the sharks did not perish but instead migrated across South Africa. The study found that the white shark population had shifted eastward. This shift is attributed to the presence of orcas, which are predators that influence the movement and habitat selection of their prey. It is suggested that the orcas pose a threat to the great white sharks, prompting them to relocate in order to avoid being hunted. Overall, the episode delves into the disappearance of great white sharks in South Africa, the theories surrounding their vanishing, and the recent research suggesting that the sharks have relocated due to the presence of orcas. Additionally, the episode mentions the phenomenon of great white sharks leaping out of the water, known as Air Jaws, which was filmed and documented in South Africa. This footage of great white sharks breaching to capture seals served as the inspiration for the creation of Shark Week by Discovery. Shark Week has become a popular television event for over 20 years, featuring episodes that explore sharks and their behavior. The episode suggests that Shark Week has greatly benefited from the filming of these episodes in South Africa, solidifying its significance in the entertainment industry. There are concerns regarding the fishing industry in South Africa, specifically the shark meat industry, and its potential contribution to unsustainable fishing practices and the decline of great white sharks. The episode highlights that one of the greatest threats to sharks in South Africa is the shark meat industry, which exports a substantial amount of shark meat to European and Asian markets. It is suggested that Australia indirectly supports these unsustainable practices by consuming shark meat in their fish and chips market. The episode emphasizes the necessity for increased transparency within the fishing industry to track the destination of these products and address their potential impact on shark populations.
In this podcast episode, Eric Malzone and Jack Thomas discuss the fitness industry in Asia. They reflect on past interviews, explore the impact of the pandemic on Asian fitness, and highlight trends from the Fit Summit. They introduced "The Fit Guide," an initiative evaluating fitness studios and promoting transparency. The conversation emphasizes customer feedback's importance, low-cost improvements, and personalized service. Jack reveals The Fit Guide's expansion plans, making it a concise yet informative episode about the Asian fitness scene and efforts to enhance it. Links: https://www.wrkout.com/ https://connectedhealthandfitness.com/events/connected-health-fitness-summit-2024
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JOIN US ON PATREON: patreon.com/ivebeenmeaningtowatch. Join us in this captivating discussion with our returning guest, Crystal from the Busty Asian Beauties podcast, as we examine the ongoing writer's strike and its impact on Hollywood. We delve into the complexities of this issue, including the rise of streaming platforms, the emergence of artificial intelligence technology in the entertainment industry, and the necessity for writers and actors to be fairly compensated. Listen as we transition into an insightful conversation about the popular CW show, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. From exploring the nuanced relationships between characters to critiquing its portrayal of feminism and mental health, Crystal and I take a deep dive into the show's layers. We also unpack how the show approaches mental health issues, the significance of giving characters depth, and the importance of breaking away from the conventional 'trust in medical professionals' narrative. Finally, we discuss our favorite songs from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, analyze Rebecca's character development, and reflect on the show's unconventional ending. We wrap up by talking about other TV shows and how actors' careers have progressed post the show. Tune in for a lively, thoughtful discussion on all things Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, the writer's strike, and more. This is an episode you won't want to miss! (0:00:01) - Writer Strike and Crazy Ex Girlfriend Crystal and I discussed the writer's strike, streaming, AI, and Crazy Ex Girlfriend's campy take on high school. (0:12:38) - Analyzing the Themes of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend We discussed Rebecca's extreme reactions to unrequited love, Josh's immaturity, and Nathaniel's revenge plot. (0:26:40) - Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Mental Health We critique Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's take on feminism, mental health, and character depth, emphasizing the importance of representation. (0:33:28) - Exploring Characters in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend We discuss mental health issues, parallels between Rebecca and other characters, and the Asian male love interest Josh Chan. (0:58:42) - TV Shows and Songs From Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Crystal and I discussed character portrayals, de-stigmatizing prescription meds, Rebecca's stubbornness, and favorite songs from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. (1:09:07) - Favorite Songs and Rebecca's Character Development We analyze Rebecca's mental illness, Josh's ageism, the black female therapist's role, and the show's importance in examining relationships and mental illness. (1:19:42) - Reflecting on a TV Show's Ending Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's finale explored Rebecca's journey to self-discovery, her choice to pursue musical theatre instead of a guy, and her manslaughter charge. (1:35:54) - "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" and Jewish Representation Rebecca's Jewish heritage is explored, comparing her to other Jewish characters in other shows and her self-absorption leading to poor decisions. (1:51:17) - TV Shows and Apple TV Discussion We discussed Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Sufferance, Emily Dickinson, Catastrophe, Bad Sisters, and Ted Lasso. (1:57:57) - Actors' Careers After the Show We reflect on cast members' post-show projects, Josh Groban's cameo, Patton Oswald's 'Cringe' episode, and hopes of Dina Mazzelli and David Hull's performance. Crystal's Socials Busty Asian Beauties https://www.youtube.com/@babpod Website: https://bustyasianbeautiespod.tumblr.com/ Podcast Socials Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ive-Been-Meaning-To-Watch-That-113280083760521/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ivebeenmeaning2/ Thank you so much for listening to the podcast. We really appreciate it. If you would like to support the podcast, you can subscribe for 4.99 a month. https://anchor.fm/ivebeenmeaningtowatchthat/support Manika's Socials Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1CmokqeLIagz7nYQJfeRIw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mdulcio98/ Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/manika3000 Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@manika3000?is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ivebeenmeaningtowatchthat/support
The ladies of "Shoes Off Inside" took an unintentional break for part of the summer, but that's not a bad thing, especially for Kelly Hu, who traversed Europe, then felt the "burn" and mud at "Burning Man". Meanwhile, Tamlyn was busy attending and emceeing various events elevating the API and Japanese American communities. And May was gearing up for her new position as full-time professor at Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts. The thing about taking a break is that SO MUCH HAPPENS during that time! So, there was A LOT to catch up on including the continuing Hollywood strike and the Maui Fires. But this episode also celebrates the boldness and courage of one API female entrepreneur, Janel Luu, Founder and CEO of Le Mieux. "Shoes Off Inside" LOVES spotlighting Asian women who don't let traditional stereotypes get in the way of going what we want the way we want to! Janel is living proof of that. And we should note, Le Mieux stepped up to the the FIRST official sponsor of this show on faith and belief in the concept alone. The sisterhood is strong! Please subscribe to this show and rate and review us!Thank you to our sponsor Le Mieux. For more info go to www.lemieuxskincare.com
The International Union of Marine Insurance conference is the annual health check for the shipping industry's risk cover and as such offers an important, if not at time impenetrably complex view of the sector as a whole. This week's podcast offers up a clear explanation of everything you need to know about marine insurance from the people who understand it best. Consider this week's edition your best, and perhaps only opportunity to learn the marine insurance sector in under 25 minutes x FOR some, it's Glastonbury or Coachella, others have Glyndebourne or Last Night of the Proms. In the world of marine risk, it's the annual International Union of Marine Insurance conference, and this year's insurance festival comes from Edinburgh with added bagpipes and ill-advised kilts worn by men with homeopathic claims to Scottish heritage. The fact that global marine premiums jumped 8.3% in the past year is, granted, a niche headline announcement, but to those gathered in Scotland this week, it's a case of turning the excitement factor up to 11. Insurance-speak can sometimes make even shipping jargon sound comprehensible, but the plain English explanation is startlingly simple. More ships are being insured at higher prices, fewer of them are sinking, and everybody goes home happy. Hull & machinery insurance has certainly witnessed something of a turnaround in the last five years. H&M underwriters - who up until that point had been losing money in the aggregate for around 20 years – are actually making some for a change. Likewise, P&I clubs are currently publishing combined ratios of below 100% for the first time since the late 2010s. If you don't know what we are talking about, keep listening and you will be expert by the end of the show. Finally, it's worth noting that Europe is holding its own even though London continues to cede ground to Asian insurers, and still has over half the market. Our man Dave Osler is now on his ninth IUMI conference, and has been up in Edinburgh with the microphone talking to some of the main movers and shakers for this week's edition. Speaking on this week's edition: Chair of IUMI's hull committee and chief executive and chief underwriter at American Club affiliate American Hellenic Hull Insurance company – Ilias Tsakiris Chair of the International Group of P&I Clubs - Nick Shaw IUMI vice chair of the Facts and Figures Committee and analyst/actuary of the Nordic Association of Marine Insurers (Cefor) - Astrid Seltmann
GDP Script/ Top Stories for Sept 22nd Publish Date: Sept 21st From the Henssler Financial Studio Welcome to the Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast Today is Friday, September 22nd, and happy heavenly birthday to MLB HOF Tommy Lasorda. ****LASORDA**** I'm Bruce Jenkins and here are your top stories presented by Peggy Slappey Properties. Georgia Gwinnett College ranked most diverse Southern college for 10th straight year Grayson High grad supports versatile missions while serving at U.S. Navy Helicopter Squadron Snellville will hold liquor store license lottery on Sept. 25 All of this and more is coming up on the Gwinnett Daily Post podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen daily and subscribe! Break 1 : M.O.G. Story 1: Georgia Gwinnett College ranked most diverse Southern college for 10th straight year Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) has been ranked as the most ethnically diverse Southern regional college by U.S. News and World Report for the 10th consecutive year. In the latest rankings, GGC secured the top spot for diversity in the Southern region and ranked fourth nationally for ethnic diversity among regional colleges. The rankings are based on data from the fall 2022 semester, with GGC's student body comprising 32% Black/African American, 27% Hispanic, 24% white, 12% Asian, and 4% multi-ethnic students. GGC also earned high marks in other categories, including undergraduate teaching, public schools, least debt, and international student representation.…..read more at gwinnettdailypost.com STORY 2: Grayson High grad supports versatile missions while serving at U.S. Navy Helicopter Squadron Petty Officer 1st Class Johnny Rosario, originally from Grayson, serves as an aviation electronics mate at Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 3. Rosario joined the Navy seven years ago for educational benefits, having attended Grayson High School and college. He credits his hometown's culture of staying calm and focused in fast-paced environments for helping him succeed in the Navy. HSC 3 conducts various missions, including search and rescue, air assaults, and medical evacuations. Rosario takes pride in being part of the Navy, contributing to national defense, and appreciates the guidance of mentors like Senior Chief Ronnie Mendoza and Chief Sean Fagan. STORY 3: Snellville will hold liquor store license lottery on Sept. 25 Snellville officials are using a lottery to decide which business owner will be granted a liquor store license to operate a package store in the city. Five groups have submitted proposals, and the lottery, scheduled for September 25th at City Hall, will determine the recipient. This decision follows voter approval last November for the issuance of liquor store licenses. Initially, three proposals were approved for the lottery, but two more groups successfully appealed their denial, making a total of five eligible proposals. The lottery includes proposed sites near Main Street, McDonald's, Autobell Car Wash, Hampton Inn & Suites, and QuikTrip on U.S. Highway 78. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.874.3200 for more info. We'll be right back Break 2: Slappey - Tom Wages - Obits – Cumming Fair STORY 4: The new Elizabeth H. Williams library in Snellville merges literacy with entrepreneurship The new Elizabeth H. Williams Branch in Snellville is unlike any other Gwinnett County library. It shares a building with business entrepreneurs, offering a sprawling library on the ground floor and a Thrive Coworking space for small businesses on the second floor. The facility, costing $10.2 million in special purpose local option sales tax funds, is twice the size of the old Snellville branch and is unique for being the first library in the county to incorporate co-working spaces. Snellville's Mayor, Barbara Bender, sees it as an opportunity to support local entrepreneurs in a city known for its business community. STORY 5: 4-H Farm Friends exhibit continues to connect people with animals at Gwinnett County Fair The Gwinnett County 4-H Farm Friends exhibit at the Gwinnett County Fair continues to provide visitors with the opportunity to interact with farm animals. The exhibit, now in its 32nd year, features cows, a donkey, goats, sheep, newly hatched chicks, and ducklings. Visitors pay $1 per person to see the animals, and the funds raised serve as a significant fundraiser for the Gwinnett County 4-H group, covering expenses for various activities throughout the year. It also offers suburban children the chance to experience farm animals up close and learn about their care. We'll be back in a moment Break 3: ESOG – Ingles 9 STORY 6: Four from Gwinnett Heat up for ASPIRE Awards Four individuals affiliated with the Gwinnett Heat have been nominated for the Fifth Annual ASPIRE Awards presented by the American Association of Adapted Sports Programs. These awards recognize outstanding contributions to support student-athletes with physical disabilities. Ed Shaddix, recently retired athletic director for GCPS, is nominated for the Eli Wolff Award for Advocacy. Jeff Jones of the Gwinnett Heat is a nominee for the Gail Hendrick Award for Volunteerism. Additionally, two Heat coaches, Len Boudreaux and Lynette Swanson, are nominated for Junior Varsity Coach of the Year. The awards banquet will take place on October 22nd in Atlanta. STORY 7: Rebecca Miranda breaks Brookwood career assists record in win over Parkview Brookwood's volleyball team celebrated Senior Night as they defeated Parkview with a score of 25-18, 25-10, 25-23. Rebecca Miranda achieved a career milestone by breaking the program record for career assists with a total of 1,253 assists, surpassing the previous record set in 2019. The win ties Brookwood with Grayson for first place in Region 4-AAAAAAA, both holding 3-0 records. Kate Phelan, Sarah Sanders, and Rayne Williams also made significant contributions to the team's success. We'll have final thoughts after this. Break 4: Henssler 60 Thanks again for hanging out with us on today's Gwinnett Daily Post podcast. 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APAC stocks traded mixed amid a higher yield environment and after this week's central bank frenzy culminated with a lack of surprises from the BoJ.BoJ kept monetary policy settings unchanged and made no change to forward guidance with the central bank to patiently continue monetary easing.European equity futures are indicative of a softer open with the Euro Stoxx 50 future -0.3% after the cash market closed down 1.5% yesterday.DXY remains firm on a 105 handle, JPY lags post-BoJ with USD/JPY around the 148 mark, Cable is sub-1.23.Australian unions agreed to endorse recommendations made by the industrial umpire to end the dispute with Chevron.Looking ahead, highlights include French, German, EU, UK & US PMIs (Flash), Canadian Retail Sales, UK CBI Trends, BoJ Governor Ueda, ECB's de Guindos, Riksbank's Thedeen, Fed's Daly, Cook & Kashkari.Read the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk
On today's episode of the podcast we celebrate Esther and Eddie's birthday, Eddie surprise from his boys, and why Dave & Busters is a bad date spot. Drink Nectar Hard Seltzer (21+) ft. Asian pear, lychee, mandarin, and yuzu w/ NO weird aftertaste Find us in SELECT STORES* in 6 states - CA, TX, HI, WA, NYC & NJ: https://bit.ly/3OTAefc123 *Select Stores include Total Wine, BevMo, HEB, Specs, Foodland, Safeway, Whole Foods, Target and more SUPER RECOVERY by SuperBonsai is OUT NOW! 100% Natural Ingredients formulated to tackle every part of your hangover. https://bit.ly/3rGvDoU you can give us your phone # for 20% off! SUBSCRIBE TO SEE WOOTAK FIND LOVE ON 3 BLIND DATES: https://www.youtube.com/@hotlinemedia SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER FOR CASTING CALLS (DATING SHOWS/SOCIAL EXPERMIENTS): https://mailchi.mp/b22eda61f0c4/hotline-media Want extra UTI content? Subscribe to: https://undertheinfluence.show/ Include bi-weekly bonus episodes, Dollar $tore Therapy segments, vlogs, private discord channel, etc.) Use code: YTFREEMONTH for 1 free month. To submit questions or discussion topics for future episodes, JOIN OUR DISCORD: https://discord.gg/XUZnqFqw9M Hit the #UTI or #Submit-Topics channel and you can start submitting questions and discussion topics there. There is also an anonymous submission channel for those who are shy. Timecodes (Episode #126): 0:00 - Coming Up.. 0:21 - Skip Intro 0:34 - The Birthday Duo!! 11:04 - NPCs Are Takking Over?!? 17:02 - Jeremy Doesn't Watch Movies...? 28:17 - Birthdays are a Superpower 33:59 - Viet's Date Story 47:23 - Brando did WHAT with His Teacher???? 54:15 - Eddie's Birthday Surprise 1:00:52 - Everyone's Ideal Date 1:17:29 - Viet Just Wants Some Cuddles 1:20:46 - Dave & Buster's Is a BAD Date Spot 1:31:30 - Do You Want to be Posted in a Relationship? 1:40:49 - Outro FOLLOW US ON ALL PLATFORMS: bit.ly/undrthinflnce Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3qqjUaN Listen on Apple Music: https://apple.co/34IO1lr Search “Under The Influence Show” for all other audio listening platforms Follow Barchemistry Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZM8C4msk7/ IG: https://instagram.com/barchemistry YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCDfX41sMJRIeG8kqAGTz6mg Follow Jeremy Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nectarseltzer Nectar Vlogs TT: https://www.tiktok.com/@nectarvlogs IG: https://www.instagram.com/jeremykimkardashian/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCyFmjIZ-VeBJgpA7q-QD2CQ Follow Viet Trap Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@viettrap IG: https://www.instagram.com/akaviettrap/ Follow Little Buns Fanhouse: https://linktr.ee/littlebunszz Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@littlebunszz IG: https://www.instagram.com/littlebunszz Follow Brando Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nectarbrando IG: https://www.instagram.com/brando Website: https://www.brandoarts.com/artwork Follow Eddie YouTube: @hotlinemedia Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@ededdoreddie IG: https://www.instagram.com/eddievillaltaa/ Follow Nectar Hard Seltzer (Must be 21+) Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nectarseltzer IG: https://instagram.com/nectarhardseltzer Find a store near you: https://nectarhardseltzer.com/ Drink responsibly! Intro song by Killagraham https://twitter.com/killagraham https://soundcloud.com/killagraham #podcast #undertheinfluence #nectar --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/undertheinfluenceshow/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/undertheinfluenceshow/support
US futures are pointing to a slightly higher open as of 04:05 ET. European equity markets have opened in the negative territory, following mixed levels in Asian markets. Hawkish Fed meeting continues to reverberate. Focus remains on larger-than-expected increase in 2024 median rate projection, which reinforced central bank's commitment to higher-for-longer stance. Europe also digests BoE's split decisions to leave rates unchanged. BOJ left policy settings unchanged as widely expected. Companies Mentioned: Walt Disney, Salesforce, Chevron, Stelco, US Steel
Get Opto's best content every day by subscribing to our FREE Newsletter: www.cmcmarkets.com/en/opto/newsletterToday, we have the pleasure of introducing Angus Shillington, Deputy Portfolio Manager for Emerging Markets Strategy at VanEck.Angus delves into India's dynamic demographics, highlighting the impact of a digital revolution and innovative government policies fuelling growth. He explores how India has gained global attention amid competition with China, dissecting reasons for its low visibility in global markets and its potential to become a top-tier stock market. The discussion extends to other emerging markets, including Brazil and Mexico, where structural growth opportunities exist, and Angus shares insights into nearshoring trends and global economic dynamics. Finally, we touch on dollarisation's implications for emerging markets, emphasising the importance of monitoring the evolving role of the US currency.Prior to joining VanEck, Angus worked at ABN AMRO, where he was responsible for equity cash and derivative distribution to North American institutions. Before this role, he held senior positions in research, sales, trading, and portfolio management, focused on the Asian and European markets, for BNP Paribas.Check out our daily newsletter: https://www.cmcmarkets.com/en-gb/opto/newsletter------------------Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.CMC Markets is an execution-only service provider. The material (whether or not it states any opinions) is for general information purposes only and does not take into account your personal circumstances or objectives. Nothing in this material is (or should be considered to be) financial, investment, or other advice on which reliance should be placed. No opinion given in the material constitutes a recommendation by CMC Markets or the author that any particular investment, security, transaction, or investment strategy is suitable for any specific person.The material has not been prepared in accordance with legal requirements designed to promote the independence of investment research. Although we are not specifically prevented from dealing before providing this material, we do not seek to take advantage of the material prior to its dissemination.CMC Markets does not endorse or offer opinions on the trading strategies used by the author. Their trading strategies do not guarantee any return and CMC Markets shall not be held responsible for any loss that you may incur, either directly or indirectly, arising from any investment based on any information contained herein for any loss that you may incur, either directly or indirectly, arising from any investment based on any information contained herein.
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Join 6AMRun.com Ambassador and Host, Marc Paisant, as we welcome CEO and Founder of PurelyB, Jesrina Arshad Jesrina is the Founder and CEO of PurelyB (www.PurelyB.com), a leading health and wellness lifestyle brand in SE-Asia, elevating Malaysian superfoods onto the global stage. At PurelyB, Jesrina is dedicated towards the transformation of people's well-being and the empowerment of sustainable, health-conscious living – a mission deeply rooted in her own inspiring journey toward personal health transformation. With a BSc in Multimedia Technology and Design from the University of Kent (UK) and a MA in Marketing from Kingston University Business School (UK), Jesrina's background uniquely prepared her to become an entrepreneur in the digital marketing and e-commerce space. Following stints in executive roles at GroupM and ASTRO, the leading consumer media and entertainment group in Southeast Asia, Jesrina launched PurelyB in 2015. Backed by Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm, 500 Startups, PurelyB™ combines Malaysia's ancestral wellness traditions, with science, creating unique superfood blends for modern lifestyles globally for optimal health and beauty. Rooted in rare Malaysian rainforest botanical remedies, PurelyB's ingredients are sourced naturally and sustainably from marginalized farmers across Asia, ensuring unmatched purity and potency and social impact. Today PurelyB has 7 million+ users across the globe including Malaysia, Singapore, USA, Australia and France, as they champion sustainable healthy living harnessing the power of Asian traditions in wellness. Jesrina's mission is to honor and preserve Malaysia's wellness heritage and herbal culture - powered by nature & technology - to bring their benefits to the world, and to improve the lives of PurelyB customers, communities and our planet. Beyond her role as a founder, entrepreneur and wellness advocate, Jesrina is committed to upskilling and empowering marginalized female communities in Malaysia, and in her spare time is passionate about inventing healthy plant-based recipes with an Asian twist. All listeners can use code WELLNESS10 for 10% off of your order. Please visit: https://www.purelyb-us.com/ to learn more. For more information please contact: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org To be a guest, or share your story with the 6AM Run Community apply at: https://forms.gle/hBHCKpYKT6R9tH6m7 6AM Run believes in improving everyone's physical ability to not only have motion, but STAY IN MOTION. All this while creating an amazing supportive, surrounding community. Run Faster, Farther, & Recover For More Runs! Guest are found through PodPros (podmatch.com) and recorded through Riverside.fm. 6amrun.com #6amrunSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Full transcription available at http://heartsofgoldpodcast.com/ In this episode of Hearts of Gold, we hear from Himani, who shares her Girl Scout Gold Award project called "Project Save the Girl Child." Himani's project aims to raise awareness about the issue of female gendercide, which is the preference for a male child over a female child in patriarchal societies. She educates people about the consequences of this issue through gendercide awareness seminars and distributing brochures in India. Himani also partners with an organization called the Invisible Girl Project to rescue girls who are at high risk of being victims of female gendercide in India. Tune in to learn more about this important project and its impact. More about Himani: Himani Kalra is a Gold Award Girl Scout from Atlanta. Her project "Save the Girl Child" worked to raise awareness of female gendercide and promote gender equality through education and healthcare for underprivileged girls in Georgia and India. Himani partnered with over 40 global organizations to promote girl empowerment and is the Youth Brand Ambassador for the Invisible Girl Project working to end gendercide in India. She designed a science curriculum to empower refugee girls in Clarkston for future STEM careers, and has fundraised enough to set up five village schools with the Ekal Foundation and donated 36,000 books and educational supplies for girls in the Delhi slum districts. Himani was a Girl Scout Council Young Woman of Distinction and National Gold Award Scholarship recipient. She has been recognized as a Prudential Spirit of Community Distinguished Finalist, an honoree of the George W Bush Point of Light Awards, and is a two-time recipient of the Presidential Volunteer Service Award. Outside of Girl Scouts, Himani is a nationally ranked fencer, Kathak classical dancer, bassoon player, and avid travel enthusiast. Links: Website: https://www.savethegirlchild.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/people/Save-The-Girl-Child/100064826106012/ Key takeaways from the episode: Take Charge of Your Passion: Himani's project, Project Save the Girl Child, was inspired by her personal experiences and passion for addressing the issue of female gender side. Her advice to other Girl Scouts is to identify a cause or passion they are interested in and see how far they can take it. The Gold Award provides a platform to make a difference and learn valuable skills along the way. Overcoming Challenges: Himani faced challenges in tackling a culturally and politically sensitive topic as a high school student. She had to educate people about an issue that many were unaware of or reluctant to discuss. However, she persevered and found ways to raise awareness and make connections with organizations and individuals who could support her cause. The Power of Connection: Himani's experience at Camp CEO taught her the importance of finding connections with others, regardless of age or professional background. She realized that meaningful conversations and relationships can be formed in unexpected places, and these connections can lead to new opportunities and growth. Empowering Girls through Education: Himani's project aimed to empower girls through education and healthcare, challenging the mindset that devalues girls in certain societies. By providing girls with equal access to education and healthcare, their potential can be recognized and society can be transformed. This takeaway highlights the importance of investing in girls' education and breaking down gender barriers to create a more equitable future. The issue of female gendercide is a serious problem in many Asian countries, where there is a preference for male children over female children. Himani's project, "Project Save the Girl Child," aims to raise awareness about this issue and its consequences on societies and populations. Himani's project was inspired by personal experiences, including being the second daughter in an Asian household and witnessing gender inequalities during her visits to India. She also drew inspiration from her grandmother, who was a doctor and emphasized the importance of education and support for her daughters. Himani's project has continued to grow even after her Gold Award project, and she plans to expand it further in New York City. Share this show with your friends on Twitter. Click to have an editable already written tweet! https://ctt.ac/33zKe Sign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3rx06pr Join our Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/sherylmrobinson/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sherylmrobinson/?hl=en Please subscribe to Hearts of Gold on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/sherylmrobinson or on your favorite podcast app. Support future Hearts of Gold episodes at https://www.patreon.com/heartsofgold Editing by https://www.offthewalter.com/ Walter's YouTube channel is https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt0wFZRVaOpUd_nXc_8-4yQ
Neelu Kaur is an author, facilitator, NLP and executive coach, and a wellness and burnout management expert. She combines leadership development, neurolinguistic programming, and burnout management to offer her clients a healing hybrid of research-based professional development skills intricately intertwined with the wisdom of Yoga and Ayurveda. Neely's book, Be Your Own Cheerleader, is an Asian and South Asian woman's cultural, psychological, and spiritual guide to self-promoting at work to get your professional needs met. Guys, this book is a must-read, even if you're not in a corporate environment. Join me as I sit down with Neelu to discuss her unique approach to focusing on the mind in the workplace, healing our relationship to mental health, and how she continues to overcome the cultural, psychological, and spiritual challenges we all face daily.We talked about: Neelu explains Neuro Linguistic Programming and what to expect in her program (3:40)Self-advocating as South Asian women (12:04)Neelu's role as a core guide with Chief and how she got involved (16:39)The most difficult cultural, psychological, and spiritual aspects of Neelu's journey that had to be overcome (20:09)The importance of reframing and having discussions around mental health (27:42)Neelu reflects on her childhood and what it was like immigrating to the U.S. (31:44)Neelu's relationship to South Asian culture now vs. back then (36:54)Neelu unpacks her journey through higher education and her quest for credentials (41:54)Rapid Fire Questions (48:46)Neelu's bare bones for happiness (52:21)Connect with Neelu: WebsiteInstagramLet's Connect:InstagramThis podcast is produced by Ginni Media
Could the strike by Hollywood scriptwriters be nearing an end after 5 months? Concerns intensify that tensions between the U.S. and China will increase anti-Asian hate. A spending fight in Congress could trigger a walkout by CA wildland firefighters. Plus, more. Support The L.A. Report by donating now at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com.Support the show: https://laist.com
On this episode of Ichimon Japan we ask: 10 Reasons You'll Hate Living in Japan. Really? Topics Discussed Reasons why you may hate living in Japan No trash cans Why there are few public trash cans in Japan Where to find trash cans in Japan Whether it's rude to walk while eating or drinking in public in Japan Lack of soap in public restrooms Individually wrapped items About not being able to have tattoos in Japan Working conditions in Japan About salaries in Japan About the weird way Japan slices loaves of bread (shokupan) About the annoying nature of streets in Japan The size of streets in Japan Street signs in Japan Cheese in Japan How difficult it can be to find authentic food and cuisine from other countries You you will stand out if you don't look Asian in Japan How it will be annoying to live in Japan if you look Asian but don't speak Japanese And much more! Support on Patreon & Ko-fi If you enjoy Ichimon Japan and want to ensure that we're able to produce more episodes, then please consider becoming a patron on Patreon.com. You can join for just $1 a month. Patrons get first access to podcast episodes, as well as updates on what I'm working on for JapanKyo.com. If you join the $3 a month tier you get access to the back catalog of the Japanese Plus Alpha podcast (a short series on interesting Japanese words and features of the Japanese language). If you would like to do a one time donation, that is also possible. Just use the Ko-fi link below. All donations are greatly appreciated! And if you can't support financially, that's ok. Consider telling a friend about the show! Support on Patreon https://patreon.com/japankyo Support on Ko-fi https://www.ko-fi.com/japankyo Links, Videos, Etc. To learn more about the MAJISON Tokaido Challenge, check out the latest episode of Japan Station. See the link below https://www.japankyo.com/2023/08/im-walking-from-kyoto-to-tokyo-and-im-legally-blind-japan-station-majison-tokaido-challenge/ We Want Your Questions Is there something about Japan that confuses you? Is there something about Japanese culture that you would like to learn more about? Is there something in Japanese history that you would like us to explain? We're always looking for new questions about Japan to answer, so if you have one, please send it to email@example.com. Special Thanks Opening/Closing Theme: Produced by Apol (YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Fiverr) Ichimon Japan cover art: Produced by Erik R. Follow Japankyo on Social Media Facebook (@JapanKyoNews) Twitter (@JapanKyoNews) Instagram (@JapanKyoNews) Full Show Notes https:///www.japankyo.com/ichimonjapan
In today's episode, Gene takes us to the book of James. James 2:8 says, “If you really keep the royal law found in Scripture, ‘love your neighbor as yourself' you are doing right.” That's God's dream for His church, where you love your neighbor--whether they're rich or poor, black or white, Asian or Hispanic, Republican or Democrat, blue collar or white collar, young or old. You love them all as you love yourself.
In this episode, Katie talks with Yuri Morikawa, a CRR Global faculty member based in Japan and Rebecca Hou, a CRR Global faculty member based in China, about ORSC in Asian culture. For International Coaching Week, the duo offered an impactful virtual workshop on empowering deep democracy in organizations with Asian Culture which included both Chinese and Japanese Participants. This episode continues their exploration and looks at some of their practices and experiences from working in organizations with Asian culture. This conversation covers a range of topics, including: The differences that show up when using ORSC in Asian organizationsChallenges around Deep Democracy in Asian cultureThe impact of Deep Democracy in their personal systemsSystems Inspired ParentingWays to empower ORSC in Asian culture.Yuri Morikawa has been an active player in the professional coaching field since 2004. She has trained and coached more than 1000 of leaders and coaches globally from various backgrounds, such as corporate executives, NGO leaders, business owners, independent professionals, and dream seekers of their own. Prior to her career in coaching, Yuri worked as a management consultant specializing in organizational and leadership development for 13 years. After being a trainer for Coaching Training Institute (CTI) for 8 years, she launched the Organizational and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC) Program in Japan and founded CRR Japan in 2009. Currently, she is a global faculty member of CRR Global, developing professional organizational coaches around the world, such as in Japan, China, Singapore, South Africa, and Australia. She is passionate about bringing her professional experience to the bigger social context and works extensively with NGOs in Social Sectors such as the Kamonohashi Project supporting survivor leaders of human trafficking issues in India and Asia Rural Institute, educating organic farming, and developing servant leadership for rural leaders in Asia and Africa.Rebecca Hou is an ICF Master Certified Coach, Executive/Leadership Coach and Training Consultant. She is also a faculty member and Front of the Room Leader at CTI and CRR Global. She leads professional coaching certification programs: including Co-Active Coaching, ORSC, Neuroscience Consciousness & Transformational Coaching. She is also a mentor coach, supervisor, and examiner for certification coach students. Her major focus areas are one-to-one leadership coaching, team coaching and the design and delivery of training workshops. Rebecca used to work for Siemens Management Institute for four years. During her service, she worked with internal clients of different business sectors from Industry, Energy, and Healthcare, as well as cross-business sectors. Prior to this, Rebecca worked for IWNC, a multi-national training company, for 11 years. During that period, she maintained contact with a portfolio of clients and worked with them on the design and delivery of programs.For over 20 years, CRR Global has accompanied leaders, teams, and practitioners on their journey to build stronger relationships by focusing on the relationship itself, not only the individuals occupying it. This leads to a community of changemakers around the world. Supported by a global network of Faculty and Partners, we connect, inspire, and equip change agents to shift systems, one relationship at a timeWe believe Relationship Matters, from humanity to nature, to the larger whole.
Episode Summary: In this week's episode of your favorite Korean Adoptee podcast, the Janchi Boys sit down with Jonathan Hurley and talk about what it looks like to chase your dream, making Nashville a 2-year town, and going to KAAN as a re-entry into the (Korean) adoptee community. // Meet Jonathan Hurley@jonhurleyguitar on Instagram & TikTokhttps://www.jonhurleyguitar.com/Catch him on tour with Mixtape (an 80s tribute band) https://www.jonhurleyguitar.com/tourdates---// Support the Show!Online at janchishow.com / @janchishowSupport the show at janchishow.com/supportJoin our Facebook Group! janchishow.com/afterpartyWatch our Youtube VideosLeave a voicemail! 972-677-8867Write us a note: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Janchi Show Quick BioThe Janchi Show focuses on exploring intersectional identities and current events through the lens of adoption, race, lived experience and more. Sometimes we have guests, and sometimes it's just the three of us. Either way, it's always a janchi!// Meet the Janchi Boys!Nathan NowackNathan (he/him) is a transracial Korean American adoptee who was born in Seoul in the 1970s. He was adopted at the age of 5 months old and raised in a small town in Oklahoma along with a non-biological Korean adopted sister. After going to college in Colorado he later moved to Los Angeles to pursue a digital media career and eventually started 2 photography companies. He loves spending time with his wife and 3 kids, playing golf, and collecting Lego. He is in reunion with his biological family as the youngest of 7 and has been in contact since 2015. He currently serves on the Advisory Council for KAAN and helps with the planning of their annual adoptee conference. In 2021, Nathan and his family moved back to Colorado to be closer to family and start a new chapter in their lives. Connect with Nathan!Website: http://www.coverve.comInstagram: http://instagram.com/nnowackPatrick ArmstrongPatrick Armstrong (he/him) is a transracial Korean American adoptee, podcaster, speaker, and community facilitator. He is one of the hosts of the Janchi Show, a podcast that explores and celebrates the experiences and stories of Korean adoptees everywhere. He also is host of Conversation Piece with Patrick Armstrong, a podcast where he discusses the missing pieces of the conversations we're already having. He is a cofounder of the Asian Adoptees of Indiana, a group dedicated to creating a safe, engaging community for all Asian adoptees who need it. He is currently based in Indianapolis with his wife and cat. Connect with Patrick!Website: http://patrickintheworld.meLinkedIn: http://linkedin/in/patrickintheworldInstagram: http://instagram.com/patrickintheworldK.J. Roelke (@kjroelke)KJ (he/him) was adopted from Daegu and raised in Dallas, Texas with his two biological, older siblings and his younger sister, adopted from Russia. After spending a decade in the Midwest for college and career, he and his wife are back in Dallas and living large! He has been on his journey of discovery since 2015 and spends his days as a web developer for the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.Connect with K.J.!Website: https://kjroelke.online/LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/kjroelkeInstagram: https://instagram.com/kjroelke// Listen to/Watch The Janchi Show on all major platforms:Apple: http://janchishow.com/appleSpotify: http://janchishow.com/spotifyYoutube: http://janchishow.com/youtubeGratitude & CreditsMichelle Nam for our logo and brandingJerry Won for bring us togetherThis show is created and produced by Patrick, Nathan and KJ and is the sole property of the Janchi Show, LLC.
Hey fellow listeners, since moving to a new distributing platform, some earlier episodes are no longer avilable in Apple Podcast and Spotify. In the next few weeks, we will be retunring to the highlights and offer the new listeners a chance to listen to our 'baby episodes' when we first began our journey with Asian Bitches Down Under. May 2020: Is it wrong that Jack Black voices a Panda? Is The Half of It any good? And why are the Asian mother's always dead in these stories? This week, we chat about Hollywood's problem with whitewashing. Discussed this week: Kate & Leopold (2001) The Half of It (2020) To all the boys I've ever loved (2018) To all the boys: P.S I still love you (2020) Crazy Rich Asians (2018) The Evolution of Chinese and Asian Faces in Hollywood ( VOA News, 2019) Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: 9 Actors in Hollywood on the Books and Films That Inspired Them (Variety, 2019) Crazy Rich Asians Kicked Down the Door. Now Asian Americans Are Fighting To Stay in the Room ( Time, 2018) How Margot Robbie Changed Her Hollywood Destiny (Buzzfeed News, February 2020) Hollywood Doesn't Fully Represent Asian Americans Yet (Vice, 2019) 'We're part of a greater movement': Hollywood finally gives Asian stories a spotlight (The Guardian, 2019) Asian Representation In Hollywood: We're Not There Yet (QG, 2019) Asian Bitches Down Under featured as one of the Top 20 Intersectional Feminist Podcast by FeedSpot, checkout other amazing podcast programs HERE Facebook | Asian Bitches Down Under Instagram | Asian Bitches Down Under Buy Me A Coffee | Asian Bitches Down Under
This keynote speech took place at the Artemis ILS Asia 2023 conference in Singapore on July 13th. This session featured Stefan Kräuchi and Tim Yip of Hong Kong based ILS investment manager and advisory firm ILS Advisers, which is part of the HSZ Group, discussing the Asian ILS investor landscape from their vantage point of being the only asset manager with a focus on the asset class that is located in the region. The pair discussed some of the characteristics of ILS investors in the Asia region, as well as the ILS opportunities to invest in insurance risk originated from that part of the world. They also explored the insurance and reinsurance landscape and why, despite having some of the largest reinsurers based there, Asian companies are so far not as advanced in managing ILS capacity themselves. In addition, the ILS Advisers duo explored reasons for ILS having a slower uptake in Asia and what holds back more Asian insurance risk making it into the ILS market. Listen to the full podcast episode to learn more about the Asian insurance-linked securities (ILS) market, its investor base and the market conditions in this location.
Today we are continuing our timeline journey with The House of Hades section entitled Good Monsters which is from pages 157 to 186. To support the show, be sure to find us on Instagram and Twitter @bestdamcamppod and, if you can, join us on Patreon for early access and bonus content. If you'd like to get your thoughts across, you can email us at email@example.com. WGA Strike Information SAG-AFTRA Strike Information Riordanverse Merchandise. Check out my Discord! Buy "Home to the Wild." Buy "Way of the Wild" Follow me on Goodreads. For more Percy Jackson content check out Fran's YouTube channel A Healthy Dose of Fran. Nickel Anarchy: Instagram and Redbubble Taylor Paisley-French: Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Spotify _________________________ Black Lives Matter links and resources: Ways to Help PLEASE SIGN PETITIONS, DONATE, CALL AND EMAIL TO DEMAND JUSTICE, AND SHARE Twitter Thread on how to support if you have no money Support for the Black Trans Community Twitter Thread for Black Creative Talent to support Advice on how to support from the UK 8 Lessons I Learned About Racism That Were Helpful to me a White Person Support Protestors Racism and the UK Stand With and Support the Asian community: Asian Lives Matter Resources Stand Against Hatred Stop AAPI Hate America's History of Scape-Goating its Asian citizens Support for the Trans community: How Black Trans People All About Trans Website Stonewall Website Support UK Mermaids Charity Native American Organisations: The Red Nation Stop Line 3 - Take Action Native Wellness Native American Rights Fund
Do you want to be part of the solution to the inequity that exists in our country? If so, one of the best things you can do is raise your child to be anti-racist. Join our conversation with Tiffany Jewell, the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller, This Book is Anti-Racist and The Anti-Racist Kid.In this episode, we cover:At what age do kids notice race? And does this age differ in the US depending on the child's skin color?Why not teach our kids to be colorblind?How do the books we read, the movies we watch, the friends we make, the doctors we visit, and the conversations we have at home all shape our children's views of race?What's the difference between not being racist and being anti-racist?Is there a difference between how a White parent and a Black parent should approach raising an anti-racist child?Practical Tips for Parents Resources:The Anti-Racist Kid by Tiffany Jewell4 Tips to Raising an Anti-Racist Kid by Creating a FamilyResources for finding great children's books: Diverse Book Finder is a fantastic website that allows you to search for children's books based on specific categories (e.g., biographies, oppression/resistance; crossing divides, etc.), race/culture (e.g., African American, brown-skinned but race unidentified, Latinx, Asian, Middle Eastern, Bi/Multiracial, etc.), country, religion, etc.The Brown Bookshelf highlights Black voices writing for young readers.The Conscious Kid is an education, research, and policy organization that promotes children's books centered on underrepresented and oppressed groups. They have a book of the month subscription service and a terrific list of books by Black authors that center, reflect, and affirm Black children of all ages. You can also follow them on Instagram to learn about these books.Jane Addams Peace Association, Children's Book AwardsEmbraceRace.org – Resource site formed by black and multi-racial parents with tools for parenting kids of color.One Talk at a Time – Providing support for Latinx American, Asian American, African American, and Black youth and their families to have conversations about race and ethnicity. In recognition that the issues may differ depending on the ethnicity, they have a separate section for Black, Asian, and Latinx parents.Creating a Family's Transracial Adoption resource page – a variety of resources specific to families created through transracial adoption. We have an extensive collection of blog posts, news articles, expert Q & A's, and radio shows/podcasts specific to multi-racial families formed through adoption.Between the World and Me – by Ta-Nehisi Coates. Written as a letter to his teenage son about being Black in the Support the showPlease leave us a rating or review RateThisPodcast.com/creatingafamily
Notes and Links to Kara H.L. Chen's Work For Episode 204, Pete welcomes Kara H.L. Chen, and the two discuss, among other topics, her early reading and constant desire to write, the ways in which law has affected her writing, YA and its pull for her, seeds for Love and Resistance, and salient themes and related real-world issues from the book like racism and anti-Asian hate, cliques and social media and high school culture, and keeping a book fresh in the world of rapidly-advancing technology. Kara H.L. Chen grew up near Cleveland, Ohio, where she once had to shovel snow off her car with a plastic trashcan. She now lives on the West Coast with her husband and daughters, and is learning how to use an Instapot. She has undergraduate degrees in English and economics, a J.D., and a MFA in fiction. She has used her economics degree exactly once, when she tried to make a joke about marginal costs and marginal returns. It did not go well. Kara's Website Buy Love and Resistance Nerd Daily Interview At about 2:25, Kara discusses languages and reading and writing in her early days At about 4:00, Kara relates the ways, subtle and not, that Taiwanese spoken in her family makes its way into her writing At about 5:00, Pete and Kara geek out about their kids reading the new generation of The Babysitters' Club and Kara discusses books and writers that influenced her-including more recent ones by Anthony Doerr, RF Kuang, Shawna Yang Ryan, and Ann Liang At about 8:15, Kara responds to Pete's asking about how her path in law and other life experiences dovetailed with writing for a profession At about 9:30, Pete wonders about using different parts of the brain in writing for law and writing YA At about 11:00, Kara speaks to the times in which she felt pulled/pushed into writing a novel/writing in general At about 11:45, Kara shares her experience with representation and mentorship and care from Jen Ung At about 14:15, Kara traces her interest in writing YA At about 17:10, Kara talks about the years of work and querying that led to the book's publication and the affirming feedback she's received At about 18:45, Kara gives a little summary of the book and discusses seeds for the book At about 20:10, Pete cites important lines from the book's beginning and Kara talks to protagonist Livvy's ideas of school as a type of combat At about 21:40, The two discuss Mitzi's “in crowd” and microaggressions that come from the group, including an inciting incident when peers make racist comments At about 23:00, Kara responds to Pete's laying out some early and formative experiences in Livvy's family At about 25:10, The two discuss the light touch and lack of patronizing that makes Livvy's mother a loving one, and Kara emphasizes the importance of the mother as a mentor figure and one who bridges generational/cultural gaps At about 29:45, The Nerd Net and Livvy's budding relationships are traced At about 31:15, Peter, a pivotal character is discussed, in his purity, and Pete wonders if we or Kara should feel sorry for Mitzi due to some misfortunes At about 34:30, Kara talks about the “Ocean's Eleven” crew and the connections between Griff and Livvy and how the crew balances each other out and how Livvy is herself challenged in her assumptions about others At about 37:18-39:43, Kara speaks about the racism in the micro-the book-and talks about how its subject matter has evolved over time and unfortunately been in line with a rise in anti-Asian hate crimes At about 40:00, Kara and Pete discuss the universality of the book and how to chart the quick changes in technology At about 41:12, Kara talks about the spoken word venue in the book and its connection to ideas of self-expression At about 44:05, The two discuss feelings of “something else” and its connection to the adolescent years and racism in Livvy's case At about 48:30, Kara shares news on Asking for a Friend, her exciting new book set to be published in 2024 At about 50:00, Kara recommends Books, Inc., Keppler's and others as places that have signed copies of her book and shares contact information/social media info You can now subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, and leave me a five-star review. 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