Dislike of that which is perceived to be foreign or strange
What has caused the recent international resurgence of xenophobia? Looking for clues, psychiatrist and historian George Makari started out in search of the idea's origins. He discovered that while the fear and hatred of strangers may be ancient, the notion of a dangerous bias called "xenophobia" arose not that long ago. Coined by late-nineteenth-century doctors and political commentators, and popularized by an eccentric stenographer, xenophobia emerged as a popular cultural concept alongside Western nationalism, colonialism, mass migration, and genocide. Makari chronicles the concept's rise, from its popularization and perverse misuse to its spread as an ethical principle in the wake of the Holocaust, and then on to its sudden reappearance in the twenty-first century. He investigates xenophobia's evolution through writers like Joseph Conrad, Albert Camus and Richard Wright, and innovators like Walter Lippmann, Sigmund Freud, Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir and Frantz Fanon. Weaving together history, philosophy and psychology, Makari also offers insights into related ideas such as the conditioned response, the stereotype, projection, the authoritarian personality, the other, and institutional bias. Makari offers a unifying paradigm for comprehending more clearly how xenophobia, other irrational anxieties and contests over identity sweep through cultures and lead to the dangerous divisions so prevalent today. MLF ORGANIZER George Hammond NOTES MLF: Humanities SPEAKERS George Makari Director, DeWitt Wallace Institute; Professor of Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College; Author, Of Fear and Strangers: A History of Xenophobia In Conversation with George Hammond Author, Conversations With Socrates In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded via video conference on September 29th, 2021 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joseph Baker (East Tennessee University) is the co-author of “Crusading for Moral Authority: Christian Nationalism and Opposition to Science” in Sociological Forum (with Samuel Perry and Andrew Whitehead). He also authored Deviance Management: Insiders, Outsiders, Hiders, and Drifters with the University of California Press. Hosted by Daniel Morrison of Abilene Christian University. Photo Credit. Gideon, “Xenophobia”, Creative Commons license, https://www.flickr.com/photos/62752875@N00/223212749
Early in 2021, Dr. Kwong started a movement to challenge self-professing Christian politicians in D.C. (and their pastors) to admit that they were spewing hateful, racist rhetoric that was damaging their Asian American countrymen and fomenting the belief that China poses the biggest threat to this country. Was this incredibly naive on Kwong's part, or did he have another outcome in mind?
It's easy to spot overtly racist imagery, policies and behaviour, but what about the everyday micro aggressions that get laughed off as a 'joke' in casual conversations? Do you know how to recognise casual racism, whether it's in yourself or someone else? Perhaps you are on the receiving end of this inappropriate behaviour on a daily basis and know all too well the harm it causes. The Quicky speaks with three women of colour about their experiences, including a psychotherapist who helps people to stop and think about their actions, and to discuss what we can all do to end casual racism for good. CREDITS Host/Producer: Claire Murphy Executive Producer: Siobhán Moran-McFarlane Audio Producer: Ian Camilleri Guests: Emily Vernem - Social Media Producer, Author and Co-Host of The Undone podcast at Mamamia Melody Teh - Deputy Editor at Mamamia Dr Kathomi Gatwiri - Psychotherapist, Senior Social Work Lecturer at Southern Cross University, and the founder of Healing Together, a multifunctional consulting and therapy service Subscribe to The Quicky at... https://mamamia.com.au/the-quicky/ CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at email@example.com Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Liberty and Vanessa discuss Harlem Shuffle, A Lot Like Adiós, Apples Never Fall, and more great books. Pick up an All the Books! shirt, sticker, and more right here. Follow All the Books! using RSS, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify and never miss a beat book. Sign up for the weekly New Books! newsletter for even more new book news. This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. BOOKS DISCUSSED ON THE SHOW: Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead A Lot Like Adiós by Alexis Daria Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty The Corpse Queen by Heather M. Herrman White Smoke by Tiffany D Jackson Your Guide to Not Getting Murdered in a Quaint English Village by Maureen Johnson and Jay Cooper Slewfoot: A Tale of Bewitchery by Brom A Soft Place to Land by Janae Marks WHAT WE'RE READING: The Book of Magic by Alice Hoffman Reliquary by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child The League of Gentlewomen Witches by India Holton MORE BOOKS OUT THIS WEEK: Snowflake by Louise Nealon Inter State: Essays from California by Jose Vadi Her Perfect Life by Hank Phillippi Ryan You Got Anything Stronger?: Stories by Gabrielle Union Where Tomorrows Aren't Promised: A Memoir of Survival and Hope by Carmelo Anthony and D. Watkins The Loving Wrath of Eldon Quint by Chase Pletts I Was Never the First Lady by Wendy Guerra, Alicia “Achy” Obejas (translator) Wildland: The Making of America's Fury by Evan Osnos The Heroine with 1001 Faces by Maria Tatar Read Until You Understand: The Profound Wisdom of Black Life and Literature by Farah Jasmine Griffin Nice Girls by Catherine Dang Mennonite Valley Girl: A Wayward Coming of Age by Carla Funk Travels with George: In Search of Washington and His Legacy by Nathaniel Philbrick Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law by Mary Roach Things I Have Withheld by Kei Miller The Kaepernick Effect: Taking a Knee, Changing the World by Dave Zirin Assembly by Natasha Brown The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood Kneel by Candace Buford The Robber Girl by Franny Billingsley The Lost Girls: A Vampire Revenge Story by Sonia Hartl My Sweet Girl by Amanda Jayatissa Talk to Me by T.C. Boyle Graceland, At Last: Notes on Hope and Heartache From the American South by Margaret Renkl The Missing Hours by Julia Dahl Hurts So Good: The Science and Culture of Pain on Purpose by Leigh Cowart Dark Things I Adore by Katie Lattari Mordew (Mordew Trilogy) by Alex Pheby Palmares by Gayl Jones The Girls in the Wild Fig Tree: How I Fought to Save Myself, My Sister, and Thousands of Girls Worldwide by Nice Leng'ete The Curious Thing: Poems by Sandra Lim The Offset by Calder Szewczak Of Fear and Strangers: A History of Xenophobia by George Makari The Actual Star by Monica Byrne Black Nerd Problems: Essays by William Evans and Omar Holmon A Dark and Starless Forest by Sarah Hollowell Harrow by Joy Williams 808s & Otherworlds: Memories, Remixes, & Mythologies by Sean Avery Medlin Defy the Night (Defy the Night, #1) by Brigid Kemmerer Idol Gossip by Alexandra Leigh Young Crazy Sorrow by Vince Passaro From the Neck Up and Other Stories by Aliya Whiteley Paradise on Fire by Jewell Parker Rhodes Unbound: My Story of Liberation and the Birth of the Me Too Movement by Tarana Burke The Spectacular by Zoe Whittall Make Good the Promises: Reclaiming Reconstruction and Its Legacies by Kinshasha Holman Conwill and Paul Gardullo Teaching Black History to White People by Leonard N. Moore See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Picky Eagle: How Democracy and Xenophobia Limited U. S. Territorial Expansion (Cornell UP, 2020) explains why the United States stopped annexing territory by focusing on annexation's domestic consequences, both political and normative. It describes how the U.S. rejection of further annexations, despite its rising power, set the stage for twentieth-century efforts to outlaw conquest. In contrast to conventional accounts of a nineteenth-century shift from territorial expansion to commercial expansion, Richard W. Maass argues that U.S. ambitions were selective from the start. By presenting twenty-three case studies, Maass examines the decision-making of U.S. leaders facing opportunities to pursue annexation between 1775 and 1898. U.S. presidents, secretaries, and congressmen consistently worried about how absorbing new territories would affect their domestic political influence and their goals for their country. These leaders were particularly sensitive to annexation's domestic costs where xenophobia interacted with their commitment to democracy: rather than grant political representation to a large alien population or subject it to a long-term imperial regime, they regularly avoided both of these perceived bad options by rejecting annexation. As a result, U.S. leaders often declined even profitable opportunities for territorial expansion, and they renounced the practice entirely once no desirable targets remained. In addition to offering an updated history of the foundations of U.S. territorial expansion, The Picky Eagle adds important nuance to previous theories of great-power expansion, with implications for our understanding of U.S. foreign policy and international relations. Grant Golub is a PhD candidate in the Department of International History at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His research focuses on the politics of American grand strategy during World War II. 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
The Picky Eagle: How Democracy and Xenophobia Limited U. S. Territorial Expansion (Cornell UP, 2020) explains why the United States stopped annexing territory by focusing on annexation's domestic consequences, both political and normative. It describes how the U.S. rejection of further annexations, despite its rising power, set the stage for twentieth-century efforts to outlaw conquest. In contrast to conventional accounts of a nineteenth-century shift from territorial expansion to commercial expansion, Richard W. Maass argues that U.S. ambitions were selective from the start. By presenting twenty-three case studies, Maass examines the decision-making of U.S. leaders facing opportunities to pursue annexation between 1775 and 1898. U.S. presidents, secretaries, and congressmen consistently worried about how absorbing new territories would affect their domestic political influence and their goals for their country. These leaders were particularly sensitive to annexation's domestic costs where xenophobia interacted with their commitment to democracy: rather than grant political representation to a large alien population or subject it to a long-term imperial regime, they regularly avoided both of these perceived bad options by rejecting annexation. As a result, U.S. leaders often declined even profitable opportunities for territorial expansion, and they renounced the practice entirely once no desirable targets remained. In addition to offering an updated history of the foundations of U.S. territorial expansion, The Picky Eagle adds important nuance to previous theories of great-power expansion, with implications for our understanding of U.S. foreign policy and international relations. Grant Golub is a PhD candidate in the Department of International History at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His research focuses on the politics of American grand strategy during World War II. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies
The Picky Eagle: How Democracy and Xenophobia Limited U. S. Territorial Expansion (Cornell UP, 2020) explains why the United States stopped annexing territory by focusing on annexation's domestic consequences, both political and normative. It describes how the U.S. rejection of further annexations, despite its rising power, set the stage for twentieth-century efforts to outlaw conquest. In contrast to conventional accounts of a nineteenth-century shift from territorial expansion to commercial expansion, Richard W. Maass argues that U.S. ambitions were selective from the start. By presenting twenty-three case studies, Maass examines the decision-making of U.S. leaders facing opportunities to pursue annexation between 1775 and 1898. U.S. presidents, secretaries, and congressmen consistently worried about how absorbing new territories would affect their domestic political influence and their goals for their country. These leaders were particularly sensitive to annexation's domestic costs where xenophobia interacted with their commitment to democracy: rather than grant political representation to a large alien population or subject it to a long-term imperial regime, they regularly avoided both of these perceived bad options by rejecting annexation. As a result, U.S. leaders often declined even profitable opportunities for territorial expansion, and they renounced the practice entirely once no desirable targets remained. In addition to offering an updated history of the foundations of U.S. territorial expansion, The Picky Eagle adds important nuance to previous theories of great-power expansion, with implications for our understanding of U.S. foreign policy and international relations. Grant Golub is a PhD candidate in the Department of International History at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His research focuses on the politics of American grand strategy during World War II. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
The Picky Eagle: How Democracy and Xenophobia Limited U. S. Territorial Expansion (Cornell UP, 2020) explains why the United States stopped annexing territory by focusing on annexation's domestic consequences, both political and normative. It describes how the U.S. rejection of further annexations, despite its rising power, set the stage for twentieth-century efforts to outlaw conquest. In contrast to conventional accounts of a nineteenth-century shift from territorial expansion to commercial expansion, Richard W. Maass argues that U.S. ambitions were selective from the start. By presenting twenty-three case studies, Maass examines the decision-making of U.S. leaders facing opportunities to pursue annexation between 1775 and 1898. U.S. presidents, secretaries, and congressmen consistently worried about how absorbing new territories would affect their domestic political influence and their goals for their country. These leaders were particularly sensitive to annexation's domestic costs where xenophobia interacted with their commitment to democracy: rather than grant political representation to a large alien population or subject it to a long-term imperial regime, they regularly avoided both of these perceived bad options by rejecting annexation. As a result, U.S. leaders often declined even profitable opportunities for territorial expansion, and they renounced the practice entirely once no desirable targets remained. In addition to offering an updated history of the foundations of U.S. territorial expansion, The Picky Eagle adds important nuance to previous theories of great-power expansion, with implications for our understanding of U.S. foreign policy and international relations. Grant Golub is a PhD candidate in the Department of International History at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His research focuses on the politics of American grand strategy during World War II. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs
Twenty years ago, on September 11, 2001, a major event happened in the United States in New York City, the effects of which we are still confronting today. That event is Worth Noting.Links:9/11 Memorial and Museum (accessed September 1, 2021)“Talking to Children about Terrorism“ (9/11 Memorial & Museum, accessed September 1, 2021)Sources consulted:“September 11 Attacks” (History.com, accessed September 1, 2021)“9/11 Timeline” (History.com, accessed September 1, 2021)“Never Forget (Political Phrase)” (Military.Wikia.org, accessed September 1, 2021)“Muslims and Islam: Key findings in the U.S. and around the world“ (Pew Research Center, August 9, 2017)“New estimates show U.S. Muslim population continues to grow“ (Pew Research Center, January 3, 2018)
Dartmouth professor and pre-eminent scholar of Evangelicalism Dr. Randall Balmer returns to talk about his new book, Bad Faith: Race and the Rise of the Religious Right. He and Brad discuss how over the course of the 20th century, race and xenophobia have been the drivers of Evangelical theology and politics. Balmer explains how Evangelicals once invested in social reform, but over the last century have undergone a transformation at the hands of conservative political operatives and fear of ethnic and racial others. Bonus: The open race-baiting of Ronald Reagan's 1980 presidential campaign Bonus: Balmer explains the Abortion Myth and how race, rather than reproductive rights shaped the Religious Right Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Paganism isn't immune to any number of societal ills. While the same issues that plague the culture at large exist in all parts of our community in some way, it is groups associated with Norse Paganism - and all its related and parallel names, Asatru, Heathenry, Germanic Reconstructionism, and more - that most often come under scrutiny. White supremacy. Transphobia. Homophobia. Xenophobia. When one sees a headline from inside our community mentioning Heathens or Asatru or the like, there is a bit of white knuckling that happens before you click the mouse as you wonder...which one is it this time? It can be difficult to navigate an authentic spiritual journey into Heathenry because of its associations with these and other issues, and those who do are often afraid to tell others they are Heathens for fear that they'll immediately be labeled a Nazi, or at least a Nazi sympathizer. However, one person is doing just that on the podcast Heathen's Journey. Siri, the creator and host of the show, is a queer, non-binary practitioner who is hoping to reclaim the moniker of Heathen from those who would use it as a racist cudgel. They are my guest on episode 175, and we have a wide-ranging and discussion that doesn't shy away from topics such as why white supremacy seems to go hand in hand within Heathenry, the value of reclaiming symbols that have been appropriated by actual Nazis, and what it's like working as an ambassador for modern Paganism and Heathenry specifically in the Minnesotan prison system. Get more from Siri here. If you like this show and want to support it, there are a number of ways to help. Consider liking and sharing it on social media. You can also rate the show 5-stars on Apple Podcasts and leave a review. Help keep the show free and producing on a regular basis by chipping in whatever you can. You can buy me a Ko-fi (a one time donation of your choosing) https://ko-fi.com/incitingariot or join my Patreon on a monthly basis. Patrons receive additional audio and video content as well as archived episodes, a private Discord server, and monthly chats with special guests! Sign up at Patreon.com/IncitingProjects. Pre-order my book, The Dabbler's Guide to Witchcraft, here: https://bit.ly/DabblersGuide Love and Lyte, Fire Lyte IncitingARiot.com FireLyte@incitingariot.com Social Media & Podcast Subscription links: https://linktr.ee/IncitingARiot
Over the weekend, July 29, 2021, marked 100 year anniversary of Hitler's rise to power. The Terrifying news for us in 2021? The path the globe is walking on today bears an eerie resemblance to historical events that gave way to Hitler and the Nazi Germany . . . and the unthinkable atrocities that followed.Time Stamps00:00 100 Year Anniversary of Hitler's Rise to Power 0:31 Intro 1:00 National Socialist Party = "conservative" 1:44 Spanish Flu of 1918 2:39 Hitler, Individual rights? Or collective power? 5:01 Was Hitler a "Capitalist"? 6:04 Progressives becoming "Conservative" 7:10 Fascists with anti-capitalist and Socialist 8:33 The Spanish Flu on 1918 led to rise of conservatism 9:32 Dr Randy Thornhill on Parasitic Stress's affect on Society and Political view. 14:07 Deaths from Spanish flu and Votes for Hitler 18:00 Xenophobia vector of parasites 18:59 Hitler's war against infectious diseases lead to genocidal cleansing 25:37 Euthanasia was "merciful and compassionate" 27:40 Are we in a global social political shift towards collectivism and totalitarianism 29:09 Why are "liberals" acting like "conservatives?" 32:02 Progressivism becoming totalitarianism 34:00 Laws and Morality stems from worldviews 36:10 Libertarianism in Christianity 38:19 What is the source of your morality? Divine Laws 39:40 Beyond "baseline morality" -- uncontrollable moral codes 41:52 Normative family values are relatively "new" in history. 45:15 In Roman and Greece sexual moral codes 49:40 Normative values are new, but the old values are abusive and oppressive 51:43 Yeah that makes sense 52:05 New Pride Flag 53:31 Human Trafficking, real issues ignored. 56:45 Value for Value 58:04 Weaver and Loom 01:01:07 Eugene Ionesco 01:03:49 Help others by asking better Questions Detailed Show Notes and Media/Article links: http://245.lucasskrobot.com/VALUE FOR VALUE- If you get value out of this show— support the show in the value that you've received. You can do that by visiting the website and giving Fiat currency thereORYou can stream bitcoin by listening Podcasting 2.0 Certified apps: Podfriend - Breez - Sphinx – Podstation To find one visit http://newpodcastapps.com and find a player with the “VALUE” tag. I personally listen on Breez. If you want to get MORE value out of the show, talk about it with a colleague or co worker, or friend. You will begin to build (hopefully) stronger relationship and culture through texting this to a friend and then talking about the concepts discussed here. Remember, as leaders our first job is to define reality and define culture and that is done brick by brick. Until next time… uncover your purpose, discern the Truth, and own the future.To take more steps to live a focus life to achieve your dreams and fulfill your destiny–get my book Anchored the Discipline to Stop Drifting. https://amzn.to/2Vwb22nThank you for listening, and as always you can find me at:WhatsApp: +1-202-922-0220http://www.LucasSkrobot.comTiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@lucasskrobotLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lucasskrobotInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/lucasskrobot★ Support this podcast ★
Kaveh and guest co-host Sharky Laguana discuss anti-Middle Eastern sentiment and Islamophobia in medicine with doctors Qaalli Hussein & Arabella. Send your questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
When hatred goes unchecked, it can lead to a disaster and tragically, far too often, violent words lead to violent actions. On a busy MAX train in Portland, Oregon, in 2017, a man unleashed a racist and xenophobic attack, mainly aimed at two Muslim teenagers. The perpetrator had been a member of the alt-right movement and had made blatant indications in his words and his actions that he was radicalized. A number of onlookers would come to the girls' aid but then things took a deadly turn, a turn that would result in innocent people paying the ultimate price.Listen on Vodacast for bonus content: http://feed.vodacast.com/54804173/Morbidology/109:%20Portland%20Train%20AttackSPONSORS -SCARY TIME PODCAST: Thank you to Scary Time Podcast for sponsoring this episode! This podcast covers cases such as paranormal hauntings, aliens, creepy places, strange phenomena and everything in between. Subscribe today: http://www.dummies.fan/ScaryTime-MorbidologyVODACAST: Thank you to Vodacast for sponsoring this episode! Vodacast is a brand new podcast app. What sets it apart is that they provide deeper, digital stories. You can listen to your favorite podcast while immersing yourself in some bonus content from that episode: https://vodacast.com/FOREO: Thank you to Foreo for sponsoring this episode! Foreo re-invents beauty & wellness by offering innovative devices that install confidence & improve your skin. Get 35% off their Amazon bundle with code “MORBID50” at: https://www.amazon.com/stores/page/D45C96B5-7B6C-43FB-A5ED-FE544D4856E0BETTERHELP: Thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this episode! Is there is something that interferes with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? BetterHelp online counseling is there for you. Get matched with a counsellor today: https://betterhelp.com/morbidologyBEST FIENDS: Thank you to Best Fiends for sponsoring this episode! Engage your brain with this fun puzzle and collect cute monsters along the way. Best Fiends is a free to download app game available on the app store and Google Play.SHOW NOTES - https://morbidology.com/morbidology-the-podcast-109-portland-train-attackPATREON - https://www.patreon.com/morbidologyAudio Credit:Evening of Chaos - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Empty Reflections - ErikMMusic - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgq4SPKHlyIA Mothers Sacrifice - OurMusicBox - https://ourmusicbox.com/Dark Tranquility - Anno Domini Beats - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6mBav72Ak
We're sharing the story “When Your Country Doesn't Trust You” from the podcast WorldAffairs.In the past year, reports of anti-Asian hate crimes have spiked across the country. A lot of this is attributed to anti-Asian rhetoric about the pandemic. But the hard truth is that whenever tensions escalate between the United States and Asian nations overseas, Asian-Americans bear the brunt of that anger at home. In this episode, we hear from US Congressman Andy Kim about how the power competition between China and the US creates fear and anxiety on the homefront, which often escalates to anti-Asian rhetoric. Then, we hear the stories of two scientists, Wen Ho Lee and Xiaoxing Xi. Both were racially profiled by the FBI—and falsely accused of spying for the Chinese government. Check out WorldAffairs, a podcast that features far away stories that hit close to home, wherever you get podcasts. Search for WorldAffairs, one word, no space.
Brad speaks with Dr. Lucas Kwong of CUNY about the far-reaching implications of Christian xenophobia. They discuss the explicit White nationalism of AZ Representative Paul Gosar and far-right commentator Nick Fuentes (who was just banned from Twitter for his hateful content). They also touch on the more cunning versions of Christian xenophobia in pastors such as Tim Keller and Ralph Drollinger, the latter of whom taught a weekly Bible study at the White House throughout the Trump presidency, who use the buzz words of "racial reconciliation" to smuggle in a more subtle xenophobic message. For Kwong, this topic is personal. As an Asian American Christian, he has experienced being a "stranger" and "outsider" in a number of ways. During the COVID pandemic he witnessed his community ravaged by hate and violence due to the racialized slurs leaders used to describe the virus and the blame they placed on China for its spread. In the wake of the Atlanta massacre he wondered how faith, race, and sex played into the unspeakable tragedy of that day. So, he formed the "Open Letter Against Christian Xenophobia" and is now working to bring awareness to this issue. His scholarship, personal history, and Asian American Christian identity come together in his activism against Christian xenophobia and White nationalism. Find the Open Letter Against Christian Xenophobia here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Xenophobia and bigotry against the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community are on the rise in cities throughout the country, including Seattle. With nearly 4,000 hate crimes reported in the last 12 months, this trajectory became impossible to ignore when six Asian women were killed in a shooting in Atlanta. Why did this happen? What were the stepping stones that led to this increase in violence? Could those stepping stones have been influenced by a president who used bigoted and racist language in reference to a global health crisis? In the third installment of Seattle University's “The Conversations,” we hear from former U.S. ambassador to China and former Washington Governor Gary Locke, CEO of Treehouse Lisa Chin, and interim Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz. Journalist Joni Balter and Dr. Larry Hubbell, longtime previous director of the Seattle University Institute of Public Service, moderate an honest discussion with Locke, Chin, and Diaz about the possible causes of this disturbing trend—and offer suggestions on how we can make change around a problem that has a long legacy of harming our communities. With student questions led by Asian Studies Program Director Dr. Yitan Li, you won't want to miss this essential and urgent conversation. Presented by Town Hall Seattle and Seattle University Institute of Public Service.
This survey out today about Kiwis' changing attitudes to China is fascinating, albeit not surprising.It shows that 35 percent of kiwis now perceive China as a threat, which is a reasonable increase from last year, when it was 22 percent.There are only two countries we see as a bigger threat and they are North Korea and Russia.And for the first time there are more kiwis that see China as a threat than there are kiwis that see China as a friend.Now I'd be willing to bet that it's actually worse than this right now, because this survey was done in October and November last year. Things have got a heck of a lot worse since then. Since then, we've had China slapping tariffs on Australian wine, we've had Damien O'Connor telling Australia to treat China with respect which is pretty much an admission that we suck up. We've had commentators in western countries calling us out for cosying up to china, we've had the New Xi-land 60 Minutes piece, we've had Nanaia Mahuta warning exporters to diversify, and we've had Joe Biden running out the Covid lab theory.So 35 percent? It's probably higher now. But this can't be blamed, like it so often is, on xenophobia.I heard the boss of the Asia New Zealand Foundation today trying to gently blame the media for fostering negative perceptions of china.Nah, I'm sorry, this time it's on China.The media didn't crack down on democratic rights in Hong Kong. The media isn't torturing Uighur Muslims in camps in Xinjiang. The media isn't expanding its naval reach in the South China Sea. China is to blame for kiwis now viewing more as a threat than a friend.If it doesn't want to be perceived as a threat, it has to stop behaving like a threat.
Xenophobia and violence against the Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community has risen during the pandemic. Over 7,000 attacks against individuals in the community were reported by stopaapihate.org. Chris speaks to Vivian Nguyen about the importance of allyship in these tough times.
Welcome to our newest podcast contributor, Emma Ito! Emma briefly discusses three history books she wishes she had been assigned in high school by women authors. Then Renee shares four of her favorite breezy thrillers, perfect for a beach or hammock this summer. Follow and support our hosts Emma: Instagram Renee: Instagram Mentioned in this episode: An Indigenous People's History of the United States by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz (also available in a Young Readers edition) America for Americans: A History of Xenophobia in the United States by Erika Lee The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Color Blindness by Michelle Alexander The Herd by Andrea Bartz Smile and Look Pretty by Amanda Pellegrino When No One is Watching by Alyssa Cole While Justice Sleeps by Stacey Abrams Join Feminist Book Club for July! Beyond the Box: Our weekly round-up of blog and podcast content delivered directly to your inbox every Friday This episode was edited by Phalin Oliver and produced by Renee Powers on the ancestral land of the Dakota people. Original music by @iam.onyxrose Learn more about Feminist Book Club on our website, sign up for our emails, shop our Bookshop.org recommendations, and follow us on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Facebook, Pinterest.
Hello Cubies! We are back at it again with another interesting topic/idea for you. This week we are looking deeper at our social structure in this day and age. We look back at our own childhood up bringing and see how it compares to this generation and ponder on how it may effect those individuals inn the future. We feel strongly that this is something that needs to be thought about more because it not only effects how people will continue to communicate, but how they might interact in school or even how messages may be delivered in the work place. Thank you all for listening and your continued support! -------- Follow the link bellow to go to our various socials and be sure to join the Discord to talk with us and the community directly. https://linktr.ee/glitchcube -------- Thank You all for listening! Welcome to the CubeVerse! Intro/outro music provided by: Ikaika Hudgens
Our compilation show is a deep dive with host, Trent Reinsmith, into the bigger news and goings on in MMA, both inside and outside the cage; presented with a critical, unbiased eye. Here is some detail on what’s going on here... the “regular” ‘C’mon Now MMA Podcast’ is a daily podcast of varying lengths, which can be found here: cmonnow.substack.com/. This show, however, is a compilation of some of the best topics covered on the daily show over the past week. 1. Alexander Volkanovski might be suffering COVID-19 complications (I said Colby Covington twice in this one, but meant Cody Garbrandt, sorry for the mix up) 2. UFC should use Performance Institute to establish health baselines 3. Is Jorge Masvidal going to pay the Bare Knuckle Fighters he is promoting better than the UFC pays (Revenue Split)? 4. Colby Covington Is Not Smart or Self-Aware 5. Colby Covington dumps on Jon Jones for inactivity and being a prizefighter…okay 6. Media creation Colby Covington wants to “Defund the Media”…okay Colby Covington just straight-up lies about never being taken down in the UFC…C’mon now 7. MMA Media should provide context when a fighter, UFC President or Manager lies 8. Colby Covington is a Dollar General version of Chael Sonnen 9. Why do some fans love when a UFC fighter dumps on another fighter, but think media members hate the UFC when the media points out a bad business practice? 10. Why I can’t and won’t “forgive and forget” when it comes to Anthony Johnson 11. Why Amanda Nunes should fight to keep the UFC FeatherWeight Division open and active as long as she’s Champ 12. Why won’t the UFC do anything about weight cutting? 13. Why does the UFC accept Homophobia, Racism, Sexism and Xenophobia? 14. Could stockholders sack Dana White if he messes up their return on investment? 15. What does the UFC consider a serious injury? Death? 16. Jeremy Stephens should be suspended as long as Drakkar Klose is out 17. Let’s talk Geoff Neal’s 37-pound weight cut and UFC’s check-in weight process 18. Why I think Ryan Benoit weighed-in, even though he was on the verge of collapse 19. Georges St-Pierre 20. Triller 21. Oscar De La Hoya 22. Dana White’s ego If you enjoy our show, "heart" us here on SC, or "like" & share over on whichever BE Presents Podcast Channel happens to be your listening platform of choice: * YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodyElbowPresents * iTunes & Apple TV: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/blood…&i=1000421882228 * iHeartRadio: www.iheart.com/podcast/269-Blood…Presents-30639274 * Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/55S2dpKYVqndaPTUojkELm?si=oGGPZ4kESkWZigLNnEg1ug * Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/podcast/bloody-e…esents?refid=stp * TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports--Recreation-Podcasts/Bloody-Elbow-Presents-p1190843/ * OverCast: overcast.fm/itunes984162015/bloody-elbow-presents * Player FM: player.fm/series/bloody-elbow-presents * & Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/b53e5086-2334-497c-82c0-24ddb5e0cfbb/Bloody-Elbow-Presents ... While you’re there, don’t forget to subscribe to Bloody Elbow Presents; that way you’ll always be the first to get all of BE’s daily MMA offerings. For previous episodes of the show, check out our playlists on all of our BE Presents channels.
Award-winning author and playwright Ayad Akhtar grapples with identity and belonging just like the protagonist in his book Homeland Elegies. "In some ways being an outsider has given me a freedom to be able to withstand and bear some of the forced outsiderness. It gives me a perspective," he says. His fictional book, named one of the 10 Best Books of the Year by the New York Times, draws from Akhtar's personal experiences and the political climate in the United States. Through the story of an immigrant father and his son, the book responds to issues of our time like the rise of Donald Trump and the spread of Xenophobia. Akhtar talks with Washington Post book critic Ron Charles about the novel.
Apparently, xenophobia has been removed from the Ravenloft 5e release. I've always seen xenophobia as a primary characteristic of Ravenloft, no matter if the PCs were humans or demihumans, they were strangers and a possible danger. Pathfinder 1e was a success in large part to much of the D&D community rejecting D&D 4e. Pathfinder 2e is a direct response to the success of D&D 5e. Why is Pathfinder losing market share to Dungeons & Dragonns 5e? Why isn't Pathfinder 2e the success that Pathfinder 1e was right out of the box? I use years worth of Roll20 Orr Reports looking at the trends for Pathfinder and 5e. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tavernchat/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tavernchat/support
I've been asked to offer my thoughts on the new Swords & Wizardry Complete Boxed Set. Well, here are those very thoughts... Apparently, xenophobia has been removed from the Ravenloft 5e release. I've always seen xenophobia as a primary characteristic of Ravenloft, no matter if the PCs were humans or demihumans, they were strangers and a possible danger. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tavernchat/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tavernchat/support
This week, a meteorite and a bunch of xenophobic & abusive dinosaurs threaten the existence of the Great Valley once again, and somehow the movie boils down to be about giving?? Will our dino pals finally learn that they just need to work together already?!!? Find out on our episode on The Land Before Time III: The Time of Great Giving. Eliz has two fun and challenging virtual escape games you can play now--inspired by Disneyland and the Marvel Cinematic Universe! All proceeds benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Learn more and sign up at bit.ly/elizhatescancer before 6/18/21. Black Lives Matter Stop AAPI Hate Donate Directly to Stop AAPI Hate https://donate.givedirect.org/?cid=14711 Donate Directly to the Black Lives Matter Global Network: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/msblmhomepage_2019 Center for Anti-Racist Research: https://www.bu.edu/antiracist-center/ Colorlines: https://www.colorlines.com/ Star ratings help us build our audience! Please rate/review/subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen, and share us with your badass velociraptor killing grandpa! Email us at email@example.com with feedback or suggestions on future franchises!
On March 17, 2021, a lone gunman in Atlanta, Georgia went on a racially-motivated rampage, resulting in the death of eight people, 6 of whom were women of Asian descent. In this episode of the Public Health Insight Podcast, we talk about: Historical examples of hate crimes and discrimination against the Asian community;The origins of the "Model Minority" Myth and its intersectionality with anti-Black racism;Xenophobia in the broader context of the pandemic; andHow COVID-19 has fueled anti-Asian racist sentiments. Podcast HostsWilliam Wang, BA, MPHLinda Holdbrook, BSc, MPHLeshawn Benedict, MPH, MSc, PMP®Gordon Thane, BMSc, MPH, PMP®References for Our Discussion Human Right Rights: Covid-19 Fueling Anti-Asian Racism and Xenophobia WorldwideCTV News: New report details 'disturbing rise' in anti-Asian hate crimes in CanadaBerkeley Public Health: Dean Michael C. Lu: We Must Lift the Veil on Anti-Asian Racism in AmericaThe Economist: The pandemic appears to have sparked a rise in anti-Asian bigotryNPR Code Switch: Model Minority' Myth Again Used As A Racial Wedge Between Asians And BlacksSubscribe to the NewsletterSubscribe to the newsletter to receive updates about podcast episodes, community stars, blogs, conferences, workshops, webinars, relevant news, jobs, professional development, and career opportunities for students and career professionals. Subscribe to the newsletter to ensure you don’t miss out: https://thepublichealthinsight.com/subscribe/. Tell A FriendIf you enjoy our podcasts, it would mean the world if you shared it on social media and tagged us. If you are not the social media type, we would appreciate it if you shared it with a friend or colleague who you think might enjoy the podcast. It helps us to get discovered by other people. Music CreditsThe following tracks were used to produce this podcast episode:Lakey Inspired - Reminisce DeKobe - Left Behind [Full Album]Live Event: Virtual Healthcare Technology as a Tool to Reach Marginalized PopulationsPHI is hosting a Live Podcast Event in our Community Conversations Series and we are giving you special access to join us! On Saturday, June 5th from 1:15 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., we will be talking with Dr. Keith Thompson about how telemedicine & other technology can be leveraged to provide healthcare access to hard-to-reach populations.
Julien Cernobori exhume certaines archives liées à Hélène Seicaresco, la mère de la victime. Un début d'histoire de la famille Seicaresco se dessine...CERNO est un podcast créé par Julien CernoboriReportage, montage, réalisation et mixage : Julien CernoboriMusique originale : Théo BoulengerParticipez à CERNO sur patreon.com/cerno !
Pat interviews Former Portland Mayor Ethan Strimling (Mayor Strim) about People First Portland, Maine DSA, and his experience running a small city. Mayor Strim explains why Portland is so welcoming to immigrants, regardless of immigration status, and why welcoming immigrants has been to the benefit of the economy and the overall health of the city. While Portland is a Progressive city, the structure of the city government was directly affected by the Portland Chamber of Commerce and the Ku Klux Klan and xenophobia directed at Irish Catholic immigrants in the 1920s. Mayor Strim recounts the challenges he faced as mayor and the difficulty of being mayor in a city that has an unelected city manager who has executive power. When Mayor Strim left office, he engaged with Southern Maine DSA (Now Maine DSA) to work on electoral strategy. In concert with DSA and People First Portland, Mayor Strim helped get a slew of Progressive measures on the 2020 ballot: a local Green New Deal, a $15 an hour minimum wage, Rent Control, and a ban on Facial Surveillance technology. The ballot measure passed with an average of 60% of the vote. In the open, Dan, CMoney, and Pat discuss this type of direct democracy, some quirks of Portland politics, NIMBYism, and the Universal Pre-K that is included in Biden's American Families Plan, which has yet to pass both houses of Congress. A slightly new format is used in this episode, with no interview debrief. If you're interested in supporting People First Portland, you can learn more here: https://peoplefirstportland.me/ For Maine DSA: https://www.smdsa.org/ Follow Mayor Strim on Twitter: @mayorstrim The TDS Podcast is mixed and mastered by C Money Burns at Cosmic Black in Portland, Maine. For inquiries on audio production, mixing, mastering and post for podcasts and music, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or say "hi" on Twitter @cmoneyburns. Direct Democracy, Socialism, Democratic Socialism, Democratic Socialists of America, Maine DSA, People First Portland, Mayor Strim, Ban Facial Surveillance Technology, Housing, Rent Control, Limit Air BnB, Green New Deal, Progressive City, Sanctuary City, Fight for $15, Housing First, KKK, Xenophobia, Ku Klux Klan in the North, Irish Catholic Immigrants, Strong Mayor system, City Manager, Corporate Influence. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trickledownsocialism/support
In this episode, Brandi is joined by Karen Gonzalez to talk about immigration, xenophobia and theology. Karen helps ground the conversation in history, theology, and helpful next steps as we attempt to have a theology formed by the way of Jesus and the wisdom of the Hebrew scriptures. You can find Karen on Instagram at @_karenjgonzalez You can find her book "The God Who Sees" here!If you want to help, please subscribe, rate, and review. If you would like to join the team that makes this podcast financially possible, you can join on patreon at patreon.com/Brandinico. Reclaiming My Theology is recorded, produced, and edited by Brandi Miller and our music is by Sanchez Fair.
This episode is an audio version of a video interview conducted by the journal’s Editor in Chief, Dr Audiey Kao, with Dr Vivian Shaw, a College Fellow at the Department of Sociology at Harvard University, and Susanna Park, a PhD candidate at Oregon State University College of Public Health and Human Sciences. They joined us to discuss the resurgence of anti-Asian racism and xenophobia during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch the full video interview on our site: https://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/videocast/ethics-talk-anti-asian-racism-during-covid-and-beyond
New Orleans trumpeter, composer, producer, and instrument designer Christian Scott, also known as Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah (in 2011, he de-Westernized his name with these two extensions, names from the Ghanaian, as a nod to suppressed histories), makes Stretch Music. Jazz-trained, he stretches and marries the seemingly disparate sounds of Trap Music (Southern hiphop, mixed with techno, dub, and dutch house), traditional West African percussion and New Orleanian Afro-Native American styles. Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah is also intent on using music as political protest to confront social issues, key among them are - Slavery in America via the Prison Industrial Complex, Food Insecurity, Xenophobia, Immigration, Climate Change, Sexual Orientation, Gender Equality, Fascism and the return of the Demagogue- to name exactly all of the concerns cited on his Bandcamp page. His 2017 record Ruler Rebel, the first in his Centennial Trilogy of releases, marks the very first jazz recordings and he joins us to play his Stretch Music, in-studio. (From the Archives, 2017.)
Racism shows up everywhere and we are beginning to acknowledge how that impacts different groups, but most importantly we're starting to see the benefits of working collectively to address racism. As we work together to end marginalization and discrimination, we must remember that the AAPI struggle fits into the larger push for a more just and anti-racist world. This requires each of us to work across racial and cultural groups to end oppression, racism, colorism, and xenophobia targeted at any individual or group of people. How do we build that capacity? How can we support the Asian and Pacific Islander community during this time?We sat down with history educators Angela Lee, Karalee Wong Nakatsuka, Stacy Yung, and Virginia Nguyen, to discuss how we might combat hate, acknowledge hurt, engage in healing, and cultivate hope as we support our Asian and Pacific Islander family, friends, students, and colleagues.Links For Continued Learning:Educate to Empower from Stacy and Virginia: https://linktr.ee/edu_to_empowerAnti-Asian Violence Resources compiled by Healthcare Alliance for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Employee Resource Group at Vanderbilt University Medical Center: https://anti-asianviolenceresources.carrd.co/Anti-AAPI Racism Resources compiled by Mass General Hospital Cross-Cultural Student Wellness Center: https://www.mghstudentwellness.org/racismVideo by Historian Erika Lee on the Long History of Xenophobia in the US https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NuflY5IDb9Y&feature=youtu.beEducator Resources from PBS' documentary “Asian Americans” https://mass.pbslearningmedia.org/collection/asian-americans-pbs/Hollaback! Bystander Intervention Training to stop anti-Asian/American and xenophobic harassment https://www.ihollaback.org/bystanderintervention/ This Is What No One Tells You About Being Asian In America In 2021 https://www.huffpost.com/entry/asian-hate-crimes-2021-covid_n_602c00e8c5b6c95056f3dd41?ncid=tweetlnkushpmg00000067Follow Our Guests On Social Media:Karalee @historyfrogVirginia @VirginiaHNguyenStacy @stacyyungAngela @mrshistoryleeSubscribe to our monthly newsletter: https://bit.ly/LetsK12BetterMail!*Love our podcast? Rate. Review. Share!
Xenophobia is defined as the fear of strangers and is a term that is applied to any fear of someone who is different from us. Hostility towards outsiders is often a reaction to this fear. Asian Americans across the United States are reporting a significant increase in hate crimes, and harassment. More than a year after these attacks began, the pandemic has galvanized Asian Americans, many of whom have long felt invisible. In this episode of Keep It 100, we tackle the topic of Asian hate, it's implications for the church and have a REAL convo with Asian Arising Founder Jason Nettles.
Globalization isn't just the stuff of airplanes and container ships. It's not colonization and circumnavigation alone. It started much sooner. Dr Valerie Hansen, professor of Chinese history at Yale University, points to the year 1000 as one early watershed era when the world expanded and became smaller at once. Trade routes criss-crossed the Americas, Islamic scholars mapped the globe and major religions spread across Asia. In large cities, exotic merchants set up shop, black and white people lived together… and sometimes mobs descended on reviled foreigners.01:38 A convergence of global events in 100006:26 250 million people and an agricultural boom09:20 Trade and religion made the world smaller14:02 Slavery introduced the masses to a wider world15:48 Southeast Asia, world factory17:13 How to become a Borderline member18:07 The globe and the average Joe20:17 Xenophobia back then25:02 A series of constantly expanding rings29:50 How that globalization differed from today's
"I think a lot of people don't understand how fearful Chinese Americans and other Asian Americans are in this moment" -Toby ChowOn March 16, a gunman in Atlanta killed eight people. Six of them were women of Asian descent. During the last 12 months, anti-Asian hate crimes were up 150% in the United States but the coronavirus pandemic is not the first time people of Asian descent have been stigmatized because of a disease. In this episode, we’ll look back at what happened in San Francisco during the California Gold Rush when an outbreak of the plague was blamed on Chinese immigrants. We'll look back to see what happened in San Francisco, and how overcoming bigotry then prevented a plague pandemic in America.If you're looking to support the Asian American and Pacific Islander community at this time, two organizations we recommend are the Asian American Pacific Islander Civic Engagement Fund and Asian American Advancing Justice Atlanta. This podcast was created by Just Human Productions. We're powered and distributed by Simplecast. We're supported, in part, by listeners like you.#SARSCoV2 #COVID19 #COVID #coronavirus
Dimelo Lindx. Welcome to the 4th episode of Season 4!!! This week the gals discuss Title IX and their opinions. Is it fair to let trans women play in cis female teams? The ladies also discus the mass shootings and the white male common denominator. Mari's hormonal and Liz keeps fueling her flame with incendiary sound bites ... so tune in for a very insightful conversation that may enlighten you, anger you, or leave you as confused as they are. The ladies are now recording with Riverside FM and if you'd like to watch instead of listen, head on over to YouTube and check out the video version of the podcast. If you have any suggestions, opinion, questions, or comments about this or any episode, please send us a QlonaGram at ElSalonChronicles@gmail.com or DM us via IG. Let’s have a conversation. If you like the podcast, please share the podcast with your family, friends, and significant other. You can support us by finding us across all platforms and rating, liking, and review us. If you chat about us, please use the hashtags #Qlona #ElSalonChronicles or #DimeloLinda so that we can see and share you as well. If you want to help the sustainability of El Salon, please consider becoming a patron on Patreon. Become a monthly sustaining member or make a one time contribution. Every little bit helps. You can also contribute via Paypal, $elsalonchronicles on CashApp and Venmo or you can purchase our merchandise at www.ElSalonChronicles.com
The recent shootings in Atlanta highlighted a surge of anti-Asian violence in the United States throughout the pandemic. Disease stigma and racism have together shaped pandemic response and policy for centuries. And so to better understand this history, Jim and Maeve speak with Alexandre White, a sociologist and medical historian at Johns Hopkins University. He shares his views on how a legacy of prejudice tied to disease should lead us to reexamine how we respond when outbreaks occur. Support this show and all of The Atlantic’s journalism by becoming a subscriber at theatlantic.com/supportus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Like many of you, we were shocked and horrified by the killings at Atlanta-area spas last week — reminding us once again that nativist ideology in America is nothing new. Historian Erika Lee, who testified on hate crimes again Asian Americans before Congress in the wake of the massacre, walked Will and Siva through this sordid past on a show we produced in Season One. This week, we’re interrupting our regular schedule to bring you that episode.
In this first installment of 86’d: How A Global Pandemic Rocked The World’s Culinary Capital, Rob Petrone takes us back to the beginning of COVID-19 in New York -- and how the restaurant industry was responding in those early days last March. Take a trip to “Ground Zero,” New Rochelle, to see how one restaurant in the containment zone -- Jerry DeJesus’s North End Tavern -- fared before the government-mandated shutdown.Meet a mom-and-pop ice cream shop owner, Ellen Sledge of Penny Lick Ice Cream Co., who believed she had the virus.Go to Chinatown to learn how the virus impacted businesses -- and life -- there before the rest of New York through the eyes of Wilson Tang of Nom Wah Tea Parlor.Visit with one restaurant industry leader, Chip Wade of Union Square Hospitality Group, grappling with safety concerns.And hear from a celebrity chef, Dale Talde, whose Goosefeather restaurant hasn’t even been open a year as he grapples with what feels like “nuclear warfare.”Rob also speaks with The New Yorker staff writer Helen Rosner about the events of last March -- where we were and what we’ve learned.
Bret Raybould and Jordan Raybould join Luis J. Gomez and Zac Amico and discuss Zac being present for Jordan's first open mic, the Canadian sketch group and their BLM apology, the percentage of minorities represented at GaS Digital, why xenophobia maybe isn't that bad, GameStop stocks, what Luis should invest in, Peacock buying the streaming rights to WWE, sparring with Lev, how to escape from a knife-wielding attacker, cops in the 80s and so much more!(Air Date: January 27th, 2021)Support our sponsors!HempireDirect.com - Use promo code: GASDABS to get $5 off anything you order! You can also enter for a chance to win a $999 Dab Rig!bit.ly/3irWZ9m - Click here to download the Hempire Direct app!KushyDreams.com - Use promo code: RAP to get 20% off your next order!Reach out to the show at RealAssOfficial@gmail.com!Real Ass Podcast merchandise is available at https://podcastmerch.com/collections/real-ass-podcastYou can watch Real Ass Podcast LIVE for FREE every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11am ET at GaSDigitalNetwork.com/LIVEOnce you're there you can sign up at GaSDigitalNetwork.com with promo code: RAP for a 14-day FREE trial with access to every Real Ass Podcast show ever recorded! On top of that you'll also have the same access to ALL the shows that GaS Digital Network has to offer!Follow the whole show on social media!Bret RaybouldTwitter: https://twitter.com/bretraybouldInstagram: https://instagram.com/bretraybouldStock Trading Platform: BretTrade.comComedy Special Dubbed In Mandarin: https://youtu.be/VbOvKxNM16MJordan RaybouldTwitter: https://twitter.com/jordanraybouldInstagram: https://instagram.com/thejordanraybouldComedy Special: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9LaDAuAM8qwLuis J. GomezTwitter: https://twitter.com/luisjgomezInstagram: https://instagram.com/gomezcomedyYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LuisJGomezComedyTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/prrattlesnakeZac AmicoInstagram: https://instagram.com/zacisnotfunnyGaS Digital NetworkTwitter: https://twitter.com/gasdigitalInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gasdigital/
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is all smiles after Democrats fail to have enough votes to eliminate the filibuster. President Joe Biden announced his new plan on racial justice, including his plan to fight what he says is a growing problem of xenophobia against Asians and Pacific Islanders. The House has officially delivered the article of impeachment to the Senate. Will anything come of it? And Dems have big plans to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2025. What does that mean for workers across the country? Twitter has announced its new "community-led" moderation plan, called "Birdwatch." How could this POSSIBLY go wrong? And lastly, Disney+ blocks movies like "Peter Pan" and "Dumbo" from young viewers because of "negative depictions." Today's Sponsors: Are you ready to take the first step toward straighter teeth? For a limited time, you can get started with Candid's starter kit with $75 off by using code WHY at https://www.candidco.com/why Don’t give up on your resolution! Built Bar is the answer. Go to https://builtbar.com/ and use promo code NEWS20 to get 20% off your next order. This month when you join Patriot Mobile, get free PREMIERE activation, where they set up the phone for you, and a special gift, with the offer code NEWS at https://patriotmobile.com/pages/news or 972-PATRIOT (Or 972-729-7468). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices