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Truth's Table
Behind Our Book: Diaspora Dreams with Ekemini Uwan

Truth's Table

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 35:47


In this episode, Ekemini and Christina are at the table! Christina is asking Ekemini about her final chapter, “Diaspora Dreams: Blackness as The Image of God” and the concluding chapter of our book, “Truth's Table: Black Women's Musings on Life, Love, and Liberation. Ekemini talks about the importance of Pan-Africanism, why this chapter holds so much significance to her and the process of writing about blackness and the image of God. Purchase our new book! Truth's Table: Black Women's Musings on Life, Love, and Liberation: https://www.amazon.com/Truths-Table-Womens-Musings-Liberation/dp/0593239733/ Truth's Table listeners can join the #DebtFreeDegree Patreon Community at either level, send me a message in Patreon to Dr. Roz, mention Truth's Table, and receive a refund half of your first month's membership fee www.Patreon.com/DebtFreeDegree Support Truth's Table: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TruthsTable PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/TruthsTable Merchandise: https://teespring.com/truthstable

Hand Me My Purse.
No. 46: Roe vs. Wade Overturned + R. Kelly Sentenced to 30 Years + The Fine Art of Knowing When to Let Go.

Hand Me My Purse.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 69:25


Hey Friends & Kin!  FYI:  THIS, JUST LIKE ALL EPISODES OF HAND ME MY PURSE, CONTAINS PROFANITY. THIS PODCAST IS FOR ADULTS AND CONTAINS ADULT CONTENT. Now that we've gotten that out of the way... _________  Friends and Kin in this episode, we are going to discuss LETTING GO – signs that it's time to let go and a few things to consider before letting go.  However before I get into that discussion I just wanted to mark two moments in history:ONE: The supreme court overturned Roe vs. Wade… WHAT THE ENTIRE FUCK. Regardless of whether you are pro-life or pro-choice, let's get one thing straight.  In this country there are so many oxymorons. Emphasis on the MORON part. This means that freedom to have an Abortion is no longer a federal constitutional right. This is disgusting MAINLY because the government should NOT have a say so in what anyone chooses to do with their bodies.  TWO:  Let's mark that Mr. Robert Kelly – also known as R. Kelly has been sentenced to 30 years in prison. A court in New York sentenced him to FEDERAL racketeering & sex trafficking. Well, well, well… I read an article on CNN about the sentencing which took place on Wednesday, June 29th that was quite interesting.  Now don't get me wrong, I know that there are a lot of folks that still support the R. – I am not one of them. Just so we are clear. Make sure to read the article I linked right HERE. It is an interesting read.Back to LETTING GO, one of the monumental things I learned (yes I learn things doing this podcast!) with this episode is this:  Love is all about FREEDOM. The end of love is NOT the end of LIFE – it should be the beginning of an understanding that love sometimes leaves for a reason, but never leaves without a lesson. (I LOVE THAT!)"GO WHERE YOU ARE LOVED. NOT WHERE YOU ARE TOLERATED..."MeMe's JAM No. 46FIND A THERAPIST._______ Listen. Subscribe. Rate. Review.Apple Podcasts. Stitcher. Spotify. Google Podcasts. Pandora. I love you guys so much & I'm honored to share my time & energy with you – ESPECIALLY IF YOU KEEP COMING BACK! I can't wait until the next time we get to do this again!  And as always, "Thank you for your support..." (said exactly like the 80s Bartles and Jaymes commercials) xoxo   MeMe  *****************J O I N * T H E * S Q U A D Instagram Facebook Twitter HAND ME MY PURSE. SPOTIFY PLAYLIST *********************Music:  Gloomy Tunez

The Digital Gumbo Podcast
The That F**k Sh*t/Majority Indecision Episode

The Digital Gumbo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 79:36


The crew discusses the overturning of Roe v. Wade, gun laws, other court rulings, the Jan. 6 hearings and how not to blow your gotdamn fingers off this 7/4. Links:Reproductive Health Care Eesour ws: https://reproductiverights.gov/Fireworks Facts: https://www.cpsc.gov/Safety-Education/Safety-Education-Centers/FireworksHelp Buffalo: https:/www.topsmarkets.com/BuffaloSurvivorsFundHelp Uvalde: https://www.npr.org/2022/05/25/1101161673/how-to-help-uvalde-school-shootingShare our show!:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-digital-gumbo-podcast/id1498718446Our Twitter Handles:@thedigitalgumbo@nookiebishopjr@iamidriselbow@tpetty1619Our IG Handles:@thedigitalgumbopodcast@iamnookiebishopjr@iamidriselbow

Gente del Encanto: el podcast
#60. Los roles, retos y amores de Néstor Rodulfo

Gente del Encanto: el podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 37:30


"Los roles, retos y amores de Néstor Rodulfo ”: Néstor Rodulfo es un actor que cuando se graduó de escuela superior y luego de tomar varios talleres con los actores Luz María Rondón y Herman O'Neill se enamoró de la actuación. Moviéndose entre los mercados de México y Puerto Rico, él se ha destacado en películas como “Héroes de otra patria” y “Che”, parte uno y parte dos, y en series de televisión como “El Señor de los Cielos” y “Nicky Jam: El Ganador”. Próximamente se presentará en la obra “No importa si duele”, que subirá a escena en el Centro de Bellas Artes, como parte del “True Color Fest”, un festival de obras teatrales con temas relacionados a la comunidad LGBTTQ. Hoy nos habla de su muy interesante trayectoria; sus roles más retantes y el orgullo que siente por su hijo, quien al parecer le seguirá los pasos en el mundo de la actuación. Facebook: Néstor Rodulfo OficialInstagram: @nestorrodulfoTranscripción de la entrevista.***Ayúdanos a mejorar el podcast al participar de esta breve encuesta.Si te gustó el podcast, por favor deja un breve comentario (review) en Apple Podcasts/iTunes. Toma menos de 60 segundos.¿Interesad@ en auspiciar el podcast? Escríbenos a gentedelencanto@gmail.com¡Apóyanos! ¡Suscríbete a este canal y compártelo!Sigue a Gente del Encanto:www.gentedelencanto.comFacebook: @gentedelencantoInstagram: @gentedelencantoYouTube: Gente del Encanto Música por: José Eduardo Santana y Daniel DíazSupport the showSupport the show

More than Masala
Ep 15. In conversation with Sana Javeri Kadri of DiasporaCo

More than Masala

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 32:49


Join Ragini and Chef Keith in conversation with  Sana Javeri Kadri, the trailblazing founder of Diaspora Co., a direct trade spice company working towards a radically equitable, sustainable, and more delicious spice supply chain. Sana was born and raised in Mumbai, India in a big, mixed up Muslim-Jain-Hindu. She's been working in the food industry since she was a teenager, and has dipped her toes in every facet of the food industry from line cook, to farm worker, to food photographer, to marketing consultant, to CSA manager, to spice CEO. She founded Diaspora Co. in 2017 with a big vision and a very small budget ($3k!). It has quickly grown (125x in 3 years!) to become a nationally acclaimed, beloved spice brand that champions over 150 regenerative family farms & 1500+ farm workers. Diaspora aims to set a new standard for what equity and culture in our global food system can look like.You can find Sana here: https://www.instagram.com/sanajaverikadri/ Learn more about Diaspora co. here: https://www.instagram.com/diasporaco/Order some wonderful, fresh spices here: https://www.diasporaco.com/ 

What Kind of Asian Are You?
Celebrating Small Businesses with NCP Mag - Aya Lanzoni / #72

What Kind of Asian Are You?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 59:17


About our Guest:Aya Lanzoni is the owner of Tinydragon Bytes, a web design and SEO agency that works with small to medium size businesses to provide a unique digital and strategic experience to move your brand forward. She also co-founded No Cilantro Please Magazine, a quarterly digital magazine that celebrates small business and the diversity of entrepreneurship through food and lifestyle discoveries. This magazine is meant to be a digital hub and resources for like-minded individuals, and will leave you wanting and craving more.About our Conversation:Conversation on muti-racial/multi-cultural upbringing in a predominately white area,  microaggressions faced being mixed race, experience being an entrepreneur and publishing a magazine that celebrates small businesses. Find Aya and No Cilantro, Please MagazineWebsiteInstagram-AyaInstagram-No Cilantro, Pleasehttps://www.instagram.com/ncpmagazine/?hl=enhttps://nocilantroplease.com/https://www.instagram.com/tinydrag0n_/?hl=enFind us!Linktree: https://linktr.ee/whatkindofasianareyoupodSpotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/0vSqGIRXpJozlfiCDjpv5K?si=Xe9qxPdORCyu_8SDPkRmKw<clid=ca3c72c2-624b-4812-9733-9e09723a1629&nd=1Apple Podcast:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/what-kind-of-asian-are-you/id1531615451Instagram (Podcast):https://www.instagram.com/whatkindofasianpodInstagram (Host):https://www.instagram.com/kyle.lkhhk/?hl=en(Never Jaded Podcast):https://www.instagram.com/neverjadedpod/?hl=enYoutube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ40aGle2G564N4of7iFuKABuy Me A Coffee:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whatkindofasian

SBS Armenian - SBS Հայերէն
Latest News from Armenia – 28 June 2022 - Վերջին Լուրերը Հայաստանէն – 28 Յունիս, 2022

SBS Armenian - SBS Հայերէն

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 10:21


News from Armenia, Artsakh and the Diaspora from our reporter Gita Elibekyan. - Հայաստանեան եւ հայութեան հետ առնչութիւն ունեցող վերջին իրադարձութիւններու մասին լուրերը կը հաղորդէ մեր թղթակիցը Գիտա Էլիբէկեան:

New Books in the Indian Ocean World
Yin Cao, "From Policemen to Revolutionaries: A Sikh Diaspora in Global Shanghai, 1885-1945" (Brill, 2017)

New Books in the Indian Ocean World

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 53:17


In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Shanghai became a cosmopolitan hub with communities of Japanese, British, Russians, Jews, and others including Indians – most of whom were Sikhs. The story of Indians in Shanghai has however been largely elided. From Policemen to Revolutionaries: A Sikh Diaspora in Global Shanghai, 1885-1945 (Brill, 2017) by Yin Cao uncovers the lesser-known story of Sikh emigrants in Shanghai across the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, from their arrival in the city in 1885 through the end of World War II in 1945. Cao argues that the cross-border circulation of personnel and knowledge across the British colonial and the Sikh diasporic networks, facilitated the formation of the Sikh community in Shanghai, eventually making this Chinese city one of the overseas hubs of the Indian nationalist struggle. Initially brought in as policemen by British colonial authorities to discipline the local Chinese population, Sikhs in Shanghai transformed into anti-colonial revolutionaries. Shanghai became a conduit within Indian anti-imperial connections that linked the Punjab to Canada and California. Rather than just doing a local history of Shanghai's Sikhs and just seeing Shanghai as a gateway to China, Cao places this community within a global context and sees Shanghai within a transnational network in East and Southeast Asia and beyond, stretching from India to North America. By adopting a translocal approach, this study elaborates on how the flow of Sikh emigrants, largely regarded as subalterns, initially strengthened but eventually unhinged British colonial rule in East and Southeast Asia. Yin Cao is associate professor and Cyrus Tang Scholar in the Department of History at Beijing's Tsinghua University. He studies global history, modern Indian history, the British Empire, and India-China connections. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/indian-ocean-world

New Books in East Asian Studies
Yin Cao, "From Policemen to Revolutionaries: A Sikh Diaspora in Global Shanghai, 1885-1945" (Brill, 2017)

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 53:17


In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Shanghai became a cosmopolitan hub with communities of Japanese, British, Russians, Jews, and others including Indians – most of whom were Sikhs. The story of Indians in Shanghai has however been largely elided. From Policemen to Revolutionaries: A Sikh Diaspora in Global Shanghai, 1885-1945 (Brill, 2017) by Yin Cao uncovers the lesser-known story of Sikh emigrants in Shanghai across the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, from their arrival in the city in 1885 through the end of World War II in 1945. Cao argues that the cross-border circulation of personnel and knowledge across the British colonial and the Sikh diasporic networks, facilitated the formation of the Sikh community in Shanghai, eventually making this Chinese city one of the overseas hubs of the Indian nationalist struggle. Initially brought in as policemen by British colonial authorities to discipline the local Chinese population, Sikhs in Shanghai transformed into anti-colonial revolutionaries. Shanghai became a conduit within Indian anti-imperial connections that linked the Punjab to Canada and California. Rather than just doing a local history of Shanghai's Sikhs and just seeing Shanghai as a gateway to China, Cao places this community within a global context and sees Shanghai within a transnational network in East and Southeast Asia and beyond, stretching from India to North America. By adopting a translocal approach, this study elaborates on how the flow of Sikh emigrants, largely regarded as subalterns, initially strengthened but eventually unhinged British colonial rule in East and Southeast Asia. Yin Cao is associate professor and Cyrus Tang Scholar in the Department of History at Beijing's Tsinghua University. He studies global history, modern Indian history, the British Empire, and India-China connections. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

New Books in Christian Studies
Yin Cao, "From Policemen to Revolutionaries: A Sikh Diaspora in Global Shanghai, 1885-1945" (Brill, 2017)

New Books in Christian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 53:17


In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Shanghai became a cosmopolitan hub with communities of Japanese, British, Russians, Jews, and others including Indians – most of whom were Sikhs. The story of Indians in Shanghai has however been largely elided. From Policemen to Revolutionaries: A Sikh Diaspora in Global Shanghai, 1885-1945 (Brill, 2017) by Yin Cao uncovers the lesser-known story of Sikh emigrants in Shanghai across the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, from their arrival in the city in 1885 through the end of World War II in 1945. Cao argues that the cross-border circulation of personnel and knowledge across the British colonial and the Sikh diasporic networks, facilitated the formation of the Sikh community in Shanghai, eventually making this Chinese city one of the overseas hubs of the Indian nationalist struggle. Initially brought in as policemen by British colonial authorities to discipline the local Chinese population, Sikhs in Shanghai transformed into anti-colonial revolutionaries. Shanghai became a conduit within Indian anti-imperial connections that linked the Punjab to Canada and California. Rather than just doing a local history of Shanghai's Sikhs and just seeing Shanghai as a gateway to China, Cao places this community within a global context and sees Shanghai within a transnational network in East and Southeast Asia and beyond, stretching from India to North America. By adopting a translocal approach, this study elaborates on how the flow of Sikh emigrants, largely regarded as subalterns, initially strengthened but eventually unhinged British colonial rule in East and Southeast Asia. Yin Cao is associate professor and Cyrus Tang Scholar in the Department of History at Beijing's Tsinghua University. He studies global history, modern Indian history, the British Empire, and India-China connections. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/christian-studies

New Books in South Asian Studies
Yin Cao, "From Policemen to Revolutionaries: A Sikh Diaspora in Global Shanghai, 1885-1945" (Brill, 2017)

New Books in South Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 53:17


In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Shanghai became a cosmopolitan hub with communities of Japanese, British, Russians, Jews, and others including Indians – most of whom were Sikhs. The story of Indians in Shanghai has however been largely elided. From Policemen to Revolutionaries: A Sikh Diaspora in Global Shanghai, 1885-1945 (Brill, 2017) by Yin Cao uncovers the lesser-known story of Sikh emigrants in Shanghai across the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, from their arrival in the city in 1885 through the end of World War II in 1945. Cao argues that the cross-border circulation of personnel and knowledge across the British colonial and the Sikh diasporic networks, facilitated the formation of the Sikh community in Shanghai, eventually making this Chinese city one of the overseas hubs of the Indian nationalist struggle. Initially brought in as policemen by British colonial authorities to discipline the local Chinese population, Sikhs in Shanghai transformed into anti-colonial revolutionaries. Shanghai became a conduit within Indian anti-imperial connections that linked the Punjab to Canada and California. Rather than just doing a local history of Shanghai's Sikhs and just seeing Shanghai as a gateway to China, Cao places this community within a global context and sees Shanghai within a transnational network in East and Southeast Asia and beyond, stretching from India to North America. By adopting a translocal approach, this study elaborates on how the flow of Sikh emigrants, largely regarded as subalterns, initially strengthened but eventually unhinged British colonial rule in East and Southeast Asia. Yin Cao is associate professor and Cyrus Tang Scholar in the Department of History at Beijing's Tsinghua University. He studies global history, modern Indian history, the British Empire, and India-China connections. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/south-asian-studies

New Books Network
Yin Cao, "From Policemen to Revolutionaries: A Sikh Diaspora in Global Shanghai, 1885-1945" (Brill, 2017)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 53:17


In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Shanghai became a cosmopolitan hub with communities of Japanese, British, Russians, Jews, and others including Indians – most of whom were Sikhs. The story of Indians in Shanghai has however been largely elided. From Policemen to Revolutionaries: A Sikh Diaspora in Global Shanghai, 1885-1945 (Brill, 2017) by Yin Cao uncovers the lesser-known story of Sikh emigrants in Shanghai across the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, from their arrival in the city in 1885 through the end of World War II in 1945. Cao argues that the cross-border circulation of personnel and knowledge across the British colonial and the Sikh diasporic networks, facilitated the formation of the Sikh community in Shanghai, eventually making this Chinese city one of the overseas hubs of the Indian nationalist struggle. Initially brought in as policemen by British colonial authorities to discipline the local Chinese population, Sikhs in Shanghai transformed into anti-colonial revolutionaries. Shanghai became a conduit within Indian anti-imperial connections that linked the Punjab to Canada and California. Rather than just doing a local history of Shanghai's Sikhs and just seeing Shanghai as a gateway to China, Cao places this community within a global context and sees Shanghai within a transnational network in East and Southeast Asia and beyond, stretching from India to North America. By adopting a translocal approach, this study elaborates on how the flow of Sikh emigrants, largely regarded as subalterns, initially strengthened but eventually unhinged British colonial rule in East and Southeast Asia. Yin Cao is associate professor and Cyrus Tang Scholar in the Department of History at Beijing's Tsinghua University. He studies global history, modern Indian history, the British Empire, and India-China connections. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Yin Cao, "From Policemen to Revolutionaries: A Sikh Diaspora in Global Shanghai, 1885-1945" (Brill, 2017)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 53:17


In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Shanghai became a cosmopolitan hub with communities of Japanese, British, Russians, Jews, and others including Indians – most of whom were Sikhs. The story of Indians in Shanghai has however been largely elided. From Policemen to Revolutionaries: A Sikh Diaspora in Global Shanghai, 1885-1945 (Brill, 2017) by Yin Cao uncovers the lesser-known story of Sikh emigrants in Shanghai across the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, from their arrival in the city in 1885 through the end of World War II in 1945. Cao argues that the cross-border circulation of personnel and knowledge across the British colonial and the Sikh diasporic networks, facilitated the formation of the Sikh community in Shanghai, eventually making this Chinese city one of the overseas hubs of the Indian nationalist struggle. Initially brought in as policemen by British colonial authorities to discipline the local Chinese population, Sikhs in Shanghai transformed into anti-colonial revolutionaries. Shanghai became a conduit within Indian anti-imperial connections that linked the Punjab to Canada and California. Rather than just doing a local history of Shanghai's Sikhs and just seeing Shanghai as a gateway to China, Cao places this community within a global context and sees Shanghai within a transnational network in East and Southeast Asia and beyond, stretching from India to North America. By adopting a translocal approach, this study elaborates on how the flow of Sikh emigrants, largely regarded as subalterns, initially strengthened but eventually unhinged British colonial rule in East and Southeast Asia. Yin Cao is associate professor and Cyrus Tang Scholar in the Department of History at Beijing's Tsinghua University. He studies global history, modern Indian history, the British Empire, and India-China connections. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

F&S Uncensored
The Senator vs. The Crown

F&S Uncensored

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 59:45


On this week's episode, Simi and Feyikemi discuss about Burna Boy's situation, a Nigerian Senator getting arrested in the UK and Glamour Girls. They also put you on to their favourite shows and songs right now!Make sure you listen to the playlist - F&S Rotations Apple Music and Spotify, updated weekly.Send fan mail & enquiries to: contactfands@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter & Instagram

Best Book Ever
104 Suswati Basu on "The Stranger" by Albert Camus

Best Book Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 33:20


Suswati Basu is a multilingual disabled journalist, mental health books show podcast host, and award-winning activist.She has written for the Guardian, Huffington Post, and the F-Word blogs, and has worked for various media outlets such as the BBC, Channel 4 News, and ITV News. She has worked in China, India, and the UK and currently writes on a freelance basis. As a result, she speaks multiple languages including Mandarin, Spanish, Hindi, and Bengali. Suswati has also appeared on BBC Radio's Woman's Hour with Jenni Murray as well as BBC News, speaking in regard to feminist issues. As a survivor and thriver from trauma, living with both mental health and physical disabilities, she began the How To Be... podcast looking at helping mental wellbeing through reading and interviewing authors.   Suswati joined me today to talk about Albert Camus' “The Stranger,” a classic of Existentialist literature, featuring a disconnected main character who faces consequences for a violent action he committed, even though he evidently has no concept of consequences, violence, or feelings. If you're my age and you grew up in the States, you probably read this in your high school English class, and all I can tell you is that it's a totally different book now.     Follow the Best Book Ever Podcast on Instagram or on the Best Book Ever Website   This episode is sponsored by Lover's Moon by Mark Leslie and Julie Strauss   Do you have a book you want to tell me about? Go HERE to apply to be a guest on the Best Book Ever Podcast.   Host: Julie Strauss Website/Instagram     Guest: Suswati Basu Podcast/Website/Facebook/Instagram/You Tube/Twitter Discussed in this episode: The Stranger by Albert Camus The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte 1984 by George Orwell Haramacy: A Collecgtion of Stories Prescribed by Voices from the Middle East, South Asian, and the Diaspora by Zahed Sultan Energize: Make the Most of Every Moment by Simon Alexander Ong How to Be Sad: Everything I've Learned About Getting Happier by Being Sad by Helen Russell The Year of Living Danishly: Uncovering the Secrets of the World's Happiest Country by Helen Russell Stronger: Changing Everything I Knew About Women's Health by Poorna Bell   (Note: Some of the above links are affiliate links, meaning I get a few bucks off your purchase at no extra expense to you. The charity links are NOT affiliates, but they are organizations I trust and personally donate money to. Anytime you shop for books, you can use my affiliate link on Bookshop, which also supports Indie Bookstores around the country. If you're shopping for everything else – clothes, office supplies, gluten-free pasta, couches – you can use my affiliate link for Amazon. Thank you for helping to keep the Best Book Ever Podcast in business!)

Best Book Ever
104 Suswati Basu on "The Stranger" by Albert Camus

Best Book Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 33:20


Suswati Basu is a multilingual disabled journalist, mental health books show podcast host, and award-winning activist.She has written for the Guardian, Huffington Post, and the F-Word blogs, and has worked for various media outlets such as the BBC, Channel 4 News, and ITV News. She has worked in China, India, and the UK and currently writes on a freelance basis. As a result, she speaks multiple languages including Mandarin, Spanish, Hindi, and Bengali. Suswati has also appeared on BBC Radio's Woman's Hour with Jenni Murray as well as BBC News, speaking in regard to feminist issues. As a survivor and thriver from trauma, living with both mental health and physical disabilities, she began the How To Be... podcast looking at helping mental wellbeing through reading and interviewing authors.   Suswati joined me today to talk about Albert Camus' “The Stranger,” a classic of Existentialist literature, featuring a disconnected main character who faces consequences for a violent action he committed, even though he evidently has no concept of consequences, violence, or feelings. If you're my age and you grew up in the States, you probably read this in your high school English class, and all I can tell you is that it's a totally different book now.     Follow the Best Book Ever Podcast on Instagram or on the Best Book Ever Website   This episode is sponsored by Lover's Moon by Mark Leslie and Julie Strauss   Do you have a book you want to tell me about? Go HERE to apply to be a guest on the Best Book Ever Podcast.   Host: Julie Strauss Website/Instagram     Guest: Suswati Basu Podcast/Website/Facebook/Instagram/You Tube/Twitter Discussed in this episode: The Stranger by Albert Camus The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte 1984 by George Orwell Haramacy: A Collecgtion of Stories Prescribed by Voices from the Middle East, South Asian, and the Diaspora by Zahed Sultan Energize: Make the Most of Every Moment by Simon Alexander Ong How to Be Sad: Everything I've Learned About Getting Happier by Being Sad by Helen Russell The Year of Living Danishly: Uncovering the Secrets of the World's Happiest Country by Helen Russell Stronger: Changing Everything I Knew About Women's Health by Poorna Bell   (Note: Some of the above links are affiliate links, meaning I get a few bucks off your purchase at no extra expense to you. The charity links are NOT affiliates, but they are organizations I trust and personally donate money to. Anytime you shop for books, you can use my affiliate link on Bookshop, which also supports Indie Bookstores around the country. If you're shopping for everything else – clothes, office supplies, gluten-free pasta, couches – you can use my affiliate link for Amazon. Thank you for helping to keep the Best Book Ever Podcast in business!)

Lost Lagosians
I can fix Nigeria by myself III: Nigerian history 814

Lost Lagosians

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 24:57


In this episode, we discuss the history of Nigeria, the country with the most military coups in Africa within the shortest amount of time, one bloody civil war, and four republics.  We also discuss the implications of the history of Nigeria, its military rule, and the marginalization of certain ethnic groups for the 2023 General Election between Bola Tinubu, Atiku, and Peter Obi.

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी
India report: India's PM praises nation's democracy while addressing diaspora in Germany

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 9:16


Listen to the latest SBS Hindi report from India. 27/06/2022

Mango Bae
Elephant gets REVENGE on old Lady! (ft. Kaneez Surka) | Mango Bae # 178

Mango Bae

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 57:56


We have hilarious South-African-Indian comedic sensation Kaneez Surka on the pod! We talk elephant attacks, white women as a prize in diaspora dating, Radha Iyengar Plumb in the pentagon, the (bad) meaning of Kaneez, and lots more!FOLLOW US :@yourmangobae

The Digital Gumbo Podcast
The Summer Soulstice Episode

The Digital Gumbo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 73:16


Nook, Dris and T. Petty kick off summer 2022 with a mix of offbeat stories, news, and their fave summer jams.Links:69-cent gas: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/rcna33803Leopard: https://nypost.com/2022/06/16/child-eating-leopard-kills-three-kids-in-48-hour-rampage/amp/Momeypox: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/rcna33803Commandos: https://www.nbcsports.com/washington/commanders/oversight-committee-chairwoman-announces-intent-subpoena-dan-snyder?ampOur Summer Jams:T. Petty:https://youtu.be/Rbj15Zlh-Aghttps://youtu.be/671GfElFygIDris: treat wm.right chubb eo k - Google SearchDJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince - Summertime - YouTubeNook: https://youtu.be/1VkA8HoB5m8https://youtu.be/JUGisre9xNU Help Buffalo: https://www.topsmarkets.com/BuffaloSurvivorsFundHelp Uvalde: https://www.npr.org/2022/05/25/1101161673/how-to-help-uvalde-school-shooting Share our show!:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-digital-gumbo-podcast/id1498718446 Our Twitter Handles:@thedigitalgumbo@nookiebishopjr@iamidriselbow@tpetty1619 Find Us On IG:@thedigitalgumbopodcast@iamnookiebishopjr@iamidriselbow

SBS Assyrian
Diaspora Assyrians send messages of encouragement to the Assyrian refugees

SBS Assyrian

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 13:14


In this segment about refugee week, We present comments and congratulations to all refugees on the refugee week. Assyrians living in Australia, the USA and Northern Iraq all thanked Australia for giving Assyrian refugees a new life and a better and more secured future.

Jewish Education Experience Podcast
Fostering An Ongoing Connection to Judaism with Dr. Zipora Schorr

Jewish Education Experience Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 36:28


Dr. Zipora Schorr comes from a family of Jewish educators. She is the Director of Education at Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School in Baltimore, MD. Prior to coming to Beth Tfiloh, Dr. Schorr was the principal of Beth Shalom Nursery and Hebrew School in Potomac, MD. While serving as principal, Dr. Schorr developed the curriculum and recruited staff and students. She received the 2003 Covenant Foundation Award for Exceptional Jewish Educators, was also named one of Maryland's Top 100 Women, and has received the Governor's Citation in recognition of her life's work. She was awarded Outstanding Educator in the Diaspora by Michlelet Lifshitz of the Israel Ministry of Education in 2012. She chairs the Baltimore Jewish Day Schools Principals' Association and is a member of the IAAM Board of Governors. She serves as Treasurer of the Dahan Foundation and has served as a member of the board of The Associated and RAVSAK. Dr. Schorr remains committed to “Klal Yisrael” and works to promote unity among all branches of Judaism.Gems:We are contributing to eternity.Gather small groups to learn together.Teach your students Bitachon and faith in G-d. Add a mantra “I love Hashem and Hashem loves me.”Talk about your relationship with G-d.Encourage your students to have a personal relationship with G-d.Model Derech Eretz for your students.Help Torah speak to students.Show your students what a privilege and a joy it is to be Jewish.Sincerity speaks loudly to children.Help your students grow.Chinuch is a way of life.Our role is not just to teach them Torah, but also teach them to be the best they can be.The moment we stop learning is the moment we stop growing and the moment we stop truly living.Our job is to foster ongoing connection to Judaism.We are not just educating children, we're educating families.Find a mentor and the right environment that will support you.Book: Our Morah in Uniform: Biography of Rebbetzin Sara MurikAmazon We receive a small commission for any items purchased through my Amazon link.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show

234 Essential
Emi l'okan

234 Essential

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 60:49


The duo discuss Atiku picking Ifeanyi Okowa as a running mate, electricity issues in Nigeria and lots more.For more information on all episode releases and additional information about the hosts, follow 234 Essential on Twitter and Instagram. Subscribe to the 234 Essential newsletter here. You can also send fan mail to: fanmail@234essential.com to let Ugochi and Ayo know your burning thoughts and questions.

Hidden Treasures With Bill Branch
From Exile to Diaspora - Part 1

Hidden Treasures With Bill Branch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 102:06


Highlights from Moncrieff
The Voting Diaspora

Highlights from Moncrieff

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 13:58


When it's suggested that we allow those living abroad to have a say in politics at home, it generally triggers a negative reaction. Ted Smyth, former Irish diplomat living in New York and president of the advisory board of Glucksman Ireland House, New York University joined Sean to discuss what it might look like if we had a system of representing the Irish diaspora around the world in our everyday politics.

SBS Armenian - SBS Հայերէն
Latest News from Armenia – 21 June 2022 - Վերջին Լուրերը Հայաստանէն – 21 Յունիս, 2022

SBS Armenian - SBS Հայերէն

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 10:15


News from Armenia, Artsakh and the Diaspora from our reporter Gita Elibekyan. - Հայաստանեան եւ հայութեան հետ առնչութիւն ունեցող վերջին իրադարձութիւններու մասին լուրերը կը հաղորդէ մեր թղթակիցը Գիտա Էլիբէկեան:

F&S Uncensored
Nothing Hits The Same

F&S Uncensored

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 62:01


On this week's episode, Simi and Feyikemi discuss Burna Boy's recent incident, making life changing decisions and Naira Marley's Tiny Desk amongst other interesting topics.  They also put you on to their favourite shows and songs right now!Make sure you listen to the playlist - F&S Rotations Apple Music and Spotify, updated weekly.Send fan mail & enquiries to: contactfands@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter & Instagram

Cafe on a Budget
#116: Puerto Rico Ta Bien Cab$%&...En Serio

Cafe on a Budget

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 58:22


Cuando se habla de Puerto Rico, ya sea en los medios, redes, o incluso en tu familia, solo se señalan los retos y problemas que enfrenta la isla.No obstante, en Puerto Rico está desarrollándose un movimiento que cambiará el rumbo de la isla para siempre. Escucha este episodio si estas ready para saber todas las razones por las cuales vivir en PR esta bien CAB$%$%...Baja la guía para el saldo de deudas, disponible en www.cafeonabudget.com/deudasToma el Money Quiz y averigua tu arquetipo mas activo en tu relación con el dinero: https://quiz.suhaillymatos.com/Adquiere Money Mindflow, nuestro curso digital de Cafe on a Budget porque la  Libertad financiera va más allá de dólares y centavos, adquiérelo aquí hoy! https://www.cafeonabudget.com/moneymindflow 

Mango Bae
PROBLEMATIC Indian Body Spray Ad??| Mango bae # 177

Mango Bae

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 34:30


India needs a cultural firewall around it! From Jews to Ball-less Italians--this episode has it all! Broadway plays, Jews, Pranav's bad personality, a comic we talk about who has no name, bad indian advertising, Layer'r body spray, western depictions of desis in the news, and more!contents 0:00Usama on Broadway 2:40Pranav being a hater 3:50dumb ppl that act smart 6:30Castratis | 9:36Bad comedian talks smack 11:30Autism markers 14:00C***** S****** 15:15Layer'R Shot 21:00Pranav's Jordan Peterson impression 24:00India needs a cultural reset 26:00Priyanka Jonas 28:00Indian R**e Problem 31:00FOLLOW US :@yourmangobae

The Digital Gumbo Podcast
After Poddy Number 23: The Our Independence Day Is June 19th Episode

The Digital Gumbo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 78:14


The countdown to our 100th elisode continues with this gem of an After Poddy. Topics include:GEICO: https://nypost.com/2022/06/09/geico-ordered-to-pay-woman-5-2m-who-claims-she-caught-std-in-car/amp/Head-On Collision: https://nypost.com/2022/06/03/oral-sex-sends-florida-man-crashing-into-fedex-truck/amp/Elephant vs. Granny: https://nypost.com/2022/06/12/elephant-tramples-woman-to-death-then-attacks-her-corpse-at-funeral/amp/ All eps. here:Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-digital-gumbo-podcast/id1498718446Android: https://digitalgumbo.simplecast.com Other Story Links:Shackle Shoes: https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2012/06/19/155348916/adidas-cancels-its-shackle-shoesHelp Buffalo: https://www.topsmarkets.com/BuffaloSurvivorsFundHelp Uvalde: https://www.npr.org/2022/05/25/1101161673/how-to-help-uvalde-school-shooting Share our show!:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-digital-gumbo-podcast/id1498718446 Our Twitter Handles:@thedigitalgumbo@nookiebishopjr@iamidriselbow@tpetty1619Find Us On IG:@thedigitalgumbopodcast@iamnookiebishopjr@iamidriselbow

Homegrown With G Cole
Homegrown with G Cole. Episode 112: No Festival Song Competition for Jamaica's Diamond Jubilee. Jamaica and The Diaspora responds.

Homegrown With G Cole

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 102:48


Minister Olivia "Babsy" Grange announced that there will be no Festival Song Competition for Jamaica's Diamond Jubilee. Jamaica and The Diaspora responds to her and the JCDC. G Cole discusses this and takes a few phone calls live. Check out the album Ocho Rios: https://music.apple.com/us/album/ocho-rios/732105437 Please Subscribe to our YouTube Channel  https://youtube.com/c/GregoryColeHomegrownWithGCole

KQED’s Forum
Forum From the Archives: Reem Assil's Cookbook 'Arabiyya' Weaves 'Recipes for Resilience' With Reflections on the Arab Diaspora

KQED’s Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 55:30


Reem Assil, owner of San Francisco and Oakland's Reem's Kitchen, began her career as a chef with a thirst for activism, often advocating for social justice and sustainability at work. As the opening chef of Dyafa, an Arab fine-dining restaurant in Oakland, Assil began to reimagine power dynamics in the kitchen which she boldly reflected on in her Eater article, “Don't Call Me Chef.”  Assil joins Forum to talk about her new book, “Arabiyya: Recipes from the Life of an Arab in Diaspora,” in which she weaves personal essays on food, family, identity, hospitality, activism and political struggles amid recipes influenced by Arab flavors.

What Kind of Asian Are You?
Third Culture Kid, Food Media and Decolonization - Amanda Jeysing / #71

What Kind of Asian Are You?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 51:42


Today we have Amanda Jeysing. She is a writer, food blogger, model, dancer, creative and Malaysian-Indian third culture kid. The conversation is about Amanda's Malaysian-Indian third culture kid upbringing (born and raised in Malaysia), diaspora feelings and identity, and her passion for writing, food, dancing and creative expression. We also touched on food media, decolonization, supporting local eats and amplifying underrepresented voices through storytelling. Find Amanda!InstagramLinkFind us!Linktree: https://linktr.ee/whatkindofasianareyoupodSpotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/0vSqGIRXpJozlfiCDjpv5K?si=Xe9qxPdORCyu_8SDPkRmKw<clid=ca3c72c2-624b-4812-9733-9e09723a1629&nd=1Apple Podcast:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/what-kind-of-asian-are-you/id1531615451Instagram (Podcast):https://www.instagram.com/whatkindofasianpodInstagram (Host):https://www.instagram.com/kyle.lkhhk/?hl=en(Never Jaded Podcast):https://www.instagram.com/neverjadedpod/?hl=enYoutube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ40aGle2G564N4of7iFuKABuy Me A Coffee:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whatkindofasian

Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change
Mirsad Hadžikadić Has Decided to Remain a Candidate for President in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 38:56


It has been an agonizing last few weeks for Mirsad Hadžkadić, as ongoing circumstances had him questioning where he should remain a candidate for the Bosniak presidential council seat. In the end, he came to the decision that he would remain a candidate and continue to push forth the agenda of the Platform for Progress. A vision he feels is best for Bosnia and Herzegovina and its future. We spoke at length about what ultimately led to his decision and his current whirlwind tour throughout Europe, meeting with Diaspora, and sharing his vision for the future of the country.

The Greenlight Bookstore Podcast
Ep. QS103: Valerie Hsiung & Ginger Ko (June 16, 2022)

The Greenlight Bookstore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 58:22


Acclaimed and prolific local poet Valerie Hsiung, whose work pushes past the limits of genre and grammar, joined us virtually to present her fourth full-length collection, winner of the Colorado State University Poetry Center's 2019 Open Book Prize. An assemblage of verse, prose poems, scenes, and performance scores, outside voices, please lives in the hidden enmeshments between and underneath the individual stories, events, and facts of gendered and racialized violence, intergenerational trauma, diaspora, and the labor and exploitation involved in making art. Hsiung was joined by poet Ginger Ko for a moving conversation about solitude, belonging, and relating to language and art as “children of the diaspora.” (Recorded February 22, 2022) 

Gente del Encanto: el podcast
#59. Laura Galbán busca reconocimiento internacional para artistas puertorriqueños

Gente del Encanto: el podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 31:58


"Laura Galbán busca reconocimiento internacional para artistas puertorriqueños”:  Laura Galbán es una conocedora y experta en arte que aunque originalmente quería ser arqueóloga, su preparación y curiosidad por la historia del arte Latinoamericano le han permitido en cierto sentido combinar ambas materias. Ella es la fundadora y directora de la galería l'Artban, ubicada en Boca Ratón, en Florida, a través de la cual representa a un selecto grupo de artistas contemporáneos de Puerto Rico, entre ellos: Rafael Trelles, Aby Ruiz, Roberto Silva y Marta Pérez García. Mediante un programa global de exhibiciones, proyectos y publicaciones, ella busca crear conexiones entre los artistas y una diversa audiencia, así como educar a las nuevas generaciones en temas de arte de Puerto Rico. Su misión, que finalmente se reconozca a nivel internacional la monumental aportación de los artistas puertorriqueños al mundo del arte. www.lartban.comFacebook: @lartbanFacebook: Laura GalbanInstagram: @lartbanInstagram: @galbanlauraTranscripción de la entrevista.***Ayúdanos a mejorar el podcast al participar de esta breve encuesta.Si te gustó el podcast, por favor deja un breve comentario (review) en Apple Podcasts/iTunes. Toma menos de 60 segundos.¿Interesad@ en auspiciar el podcast? Escríbenos a gentedelencanto@gmail.com¡Apóyanos! ¡Suscríbete a este canal y compártelo!Sigue a Gente del Encanto:www.gentedelencanto.comFacebook: @gentedelencantoInstagram: @gentedelencantoYouTube: Gente del Encanto Música por: José Eduardo Santana y Daniel DíazSupport the showSupport the show

Hand Me My Purse.
No. 45: The Bastardization of Juneteenth + Radical Black Joy + Gratitude Challenge Part TWO.

Hand Me My Purse.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 53:40


Hey Friends & Kin!FYI:  THIS, JUST LIKE ALL EPISODES OF HAND ME MY PURSE, CONTAINS PROFANITY. THIS PODCAST IS FOR ADULTS AND CONTAINS ADULT CONTENT. Now that we've gotten that out of the way..._________Happy Almost Juneteenth!!!  I am so excited about Juneteenth and the Hand Me My Purse Gratitude Challenge starting TODAY! Today being June 15th. In this episode, friends & kin we are going to hit on a few things. ONE:  JUNETEENTH IS UPON US. And that's exciting. Or is it?  Are black people still excited about JUNETEENTH now that it's a FEDERAL holiday? I know personally, I am very annoyed at the bastardization of the holiday our ancestors created to celebrate their emancipation from being enslaved.TWO:  I want to take a brief look at the magic that is BLACK JOY. The shit is pure magic. There is a title of a poem that reads, “joy is an act of resistance”. I would add onto that, BLACK JOY IS AN INTENTIONAL RADICAL ACT OF RESISTANCE. For all of the sadness, anger, rage, disappointment, violence, and downright evil we encounter and live through daily... We still find ways to feel and share our joy.  And that my friends is FUCKING PHENOMENAL to me. It says so much about our bones. THREE:  It's time for the HAND ME MY PURSE GRATITUDE CHALLENGE. That is a major win for anyone who participates. It's next level intentional living. I can promise you that your entire life will experience a SHIFT as a result of doing this challenge. Y'all stay doing those ridiculous Tik Tok dance challenges - join in on a challenge that can change your mindset!"GO WHERE YOU ARE LOVED. NOT WHERE YOU ARE TOLERATED..."MeMe's JAM No. 45The Importance of Red Colored Food for JuneteenthFIND A THERAPIST._______ Listen. Subscribe. Rate. Review.Apple Podcasts.Stitcher.Spotify.Google Podcasts.Pandora.I love you guys so much & I'm honored to share my time & energy with you – ESPECIALLY IF YOU KEEP COMING BACK! I can't wait until the next time we get to do this again!And as always, "Thank you for your support..."(said exactly like the 80s Bartles and Jaymes commercials)xoxo  MeMe *****************J O I N * T H E * S Q U A DInstagramFacebookTwitterHAND ME MY PURSE. SPOTIFY PLAYLIST*********************Music:  Gloomy Tunez