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Militantly Mixed | ManeHustle Media 2022

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Militantly Mixed, is a podcast about race and identity from the Mixed-Race perspective. Every week host Sharmane a.k.a MixedAuntieMane, speaks with Mixed-Race people from all over the world about their lives and coming to terms with their ownth ethnic and cultural identities.
 
Join host Sara Porritt for inspired conversations with fearless Asian women about how ideas and passions can ignite transformative journeys. The Hear Us Roar podcast speaks candidly about the pressures and privileges of growing up Asian in the United States, and implores us to embrace, as well as transcend our cultural conditioning and context. We all have the power to choose how we want to define personal happiness and success. Let’s celebrates that paradigm shift as something larger than a ...
 
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According to the Dept of Homeland Security, domestic terrorism is a greater threat to the safety and well-being of Americans today than any potential outside forces. The recent mass-shooting and killing of Black Americans in Buffalo, NY, is just the latest terrorist attack. The young white gunman's rage was fueled by something called "the great rep…
 
Just a quick solo-sode to share some details about this weekend's events for Millitantly Mixed and the Blasian March in L.A. If you would like to support the efforts for Militantly Mixed in L.A. this weekend please feel free to donate at (1) https://paypal.com/militantlymixed (2) Venmo for ManeHustleMedia or (3) Sharmane's CashApp * * * You can con…
 
Just a quick episode this week, sharing details about Militantly Mixed's involvement in the Blasian March L.A. this weekend. Please follow @BlasianMarch on IG for more details. * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to this episode at http://facebook.com/groups/militantlymixed * * * Produced and Edite…
 
Actor Dennis Dun is seared in our collective memories from his iconic role in "Big Trouble in LIttle China" (1986), but before he hit the big screen, he was learning his craft on stages in the Bay Area. In this episode he shares why he jumped at the chance to return to the stage in "King of the Yees," while also recounting how Director John Carpent…
 
We are back for the 4th installment of the Mixed Auntie Confidential with Auntie TaRessa Stovall. And today we are talking about White Passing? White Presenting? White Assumed? Are these terms accurate, aspirational or something else. You can follow the Mixed Auntie Confidential Blog here. * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Face…
 
This is a special episode for several reasons: My friend Patrick Hare is on the ballot in LA County to be a Superior Court Judge; the election is a month away on June 7th, but voters can mail in their ballots early; he would bring some unique and needed perspectives to the bench; I believe that once you hear from him, many of you will cast your vot…
 
Hey cousins, We are back from the April hiatus which was extremely productive but unrestful, on this episode I share what all I have been up to since leaving Gulf Coast Cosmos and focusing 100% of my time towards podcasting. * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to this episode at http://facebook.com…
 
Hey cousins, I am still on hiatus but I am bringing you a special episode from a speaking engagement I had in April 2022. The sponsors of the event are allowing me to use the audio but the name of the organizations have been removed for the purposes of this episode. I hope you enjoy this Q&A with Sharmane Fury. * * * You can continue the conversati…
 
In writing "When We Fell Apart," notable new novelist Soon Wiley has masterfully woven a story where his two protagonists come from very different experiences and places, yet share the struggle to carve out their own identities. Set in modern-day Seoul, it's also a love letter to Korea itself, but one that doesn't pull any punches.…
 
Filmmaker Kate Tsang's inaugural creation "Marvelous and the Black Hole" has already garnered rave reviews at the Sundance Film Festival and from a bevy of stellar critics. It's about a rebellious 13-year-old (Miya Cech) who's struggling with the loss of her mother, only to embark on an adventure with a children's party magician (Rhea Perlman).…
 
This week, I am jumping off hiatus to bring you a special episode with my friend and fellow Mixed-Auntie, Sonia Smith Kang of Mixed-up Clothing. On April 1, 2022, Sonia's Mixed Up Clothing company launched a special line at Macy's... yes MACY'S!!! Mixed Up Clothing is more than creating gorgeous multicultural children's apparel. We're dedicated to …
 
Austrian sinologist Regina Larko launched her Hashtag Impact podcast while living and working in Hong Kong. She herself is a person of impact, and she has populated her show with a variety of people who are also making a difference in the world. Of course, all this talk about making an impact led to our facing our mortality by living more purposefu…
 
This is the final episode of Militantly Mixed before I got on my April Mental Health Hiatus. Taking breaks are an important part of self-care and I need a break. My guest this week is Crimson, a friend of mine from meat-space, and an all around great person. We talk about his Mixed life with limited access to "tangible Blackness" and how that has m…
 
I last had Lisa Sharon Harper on in the immediate aftermath of the now-infamous "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville. She'd been part of a peaceful pushback by Christian clergypersons. She's recently published "Fortune," where she intertwines the experiences of ten generations of her forebearers and white America's history of passing racist, …
 
This week I am joined by Nikki, a long time listeners and support of Militantly Mixed. We talk about the differences between she and her brother's appearance and identity as Mixed-siblings and growing up Mixed in a predominately White environment. * * * If you would like to support the Militantly Mixed fundraiser, please go to the Facebook Fundrais…
 
Russell Leong, especially through his words, has long helped to shape the Asian American movement. He was an undergrad at SF State as students went on strike to demand an ethnic studies program. He was the editor of the UCLA Asian American Studies Center "AmerAsia Journal" for more than three decades, and then as the founding editor of "The CUNY FO…
 
This week, I am joined by writer, fellow podcasters, and the first Person of Color Cannabis certified educator, Devon J. Hall aka the Loud Mouth Brown Girl. We talk about them coming to terms with identifying as Mixed-Race after a conversation we had on her podcast a couple of years ago and where she in now in their Mixed-Race/Cannabis educator ide…
 
If you didn't grow up as a certain kind of Christian, you might be dumbfounded as to why so many conserverative American Christians admire Russia's President Putin, despite his ahborrent abuse of power and his current unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. Fong and Kemp discuss where this oxymoronic support comes from, and also discuss the Far Right's rac…
 
The 3rd installment in the Mixed Auntie Confidential episodes. This week we talk about things that just DO NOT COMPUTE! Please subscribe to TaRessa Stovall's blog Mixed Auntie Confidential - https://mixedauntie.substack.com/ Times are tough for your Mane, so I just wanted to let y'all know what is going on and share some fundraising options to help…
 
Times are tough for your Mane, so I just wanted to let y'all know what is going on and share some fundraising options to help keep Militantly Mixed actively going for the next few months. There are 3 ways to help us raise $1500 to keep the show active through March, links are below. Re-released 2021 BYMAS shirt Paypal.me/MilitantlyMixed Patreon.com…
 
News anchor Michelle Li casually mentioned on-air that she'd eaten Korean dumpling soup on New Year's Day. Her comment elicited a hurtful racist critique from a White viewer. Ironically, the accusation that Michelle was being "very Asian" has given rise to the #veryasian movement where Asians everywhere are touting their favorite New Year's traditi…
 
This week I speak with author, Anne Liu Kellor a mixed-race Chinese American writer, editor, and teacher based in Seattle. We discuss her journey to publishing her memoir Heart Radical: A Search for Language, Love, and Belonging. To check out the Writing workshop for Mixed Race Experiences please go to... https://hugohouse.org/store/class/both-and-…
 
Sean Lew has already made a name for himself as an innovative choreographer and dancer, but he's now carving out a new career as an actor. Currently playing "Chris" on the new hit FOX series "The Cleaning Lady," Sean talks about this shift for him, and really unpacks how he deals with the ongoing temptations to disconnect from the source of his cre…
 
In this episode, I speak with born disruptor, Chevara Orrin about Mixedness in DEI and civil rights activism. You can follow Chevara's various organizations here... White & Woke We are Straight Allies Twitter: @chevara_orrin * * * You can leave now leave a voice message for the show directly by going to www.PodInbox.com/MilitantlyMixed and just pus…
 
Author, historian, and educator Dr. Pamela Rotner Sakamoto invested seventeen years of her life to be able to tell the unbelievable true story of the Fukuhara family, who had immigrated to the U.S. from Japan, where all four children were born. But when the patriarch died, his wife moved her young family back to Hiroshima. What followed was the reb…
 
This week I am joined by another person I know in meatspace Andre Andres X, a regular at my comic book shop Gulf Coast Cosmos in Houston, TX. Andre is a poet, author, and podcaster in addition to being a manga and comic book nerd. In this episode we talk about being revolutionary in our Mixedness. You can purchase a copy of Andre's book The Exiled …
 
On this episode for both Militantly Mixed AND Bifurious, I announce my transition out of my comic book shop, Gulf Coast Cosmos, at the end of March 2022. Things are heating up on the ManeHustle Media/Podcasting side and the sustainability of GCC also depends on not having 2 full time owners salaries to pay. We knew this day would come but we though…
 
This week I am joined by fellow Mixed Auntie, TaRessa Stovall for another episode of the Mixed Auntie Confidential. In this episode we talk about a new type of discussion that is happening in the various Mixed Race groups on social media about "the right way to be Mixed" and the "wrong way to be Mixed," as it pertains to a particular type of Mixed.…
 
Psychotherapists Linda Yoon and Soo Jin Lee weren't afraid to launch YCC during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, they saw an even greater need for mental health education and resources. Since then, their agency's staff has mushroomed to keep up with their client-load. Given how they'd grown up in conservative Korean immigrant churches, we al…
 
This week, I am joined by Abdurrahman Danquah aka Abdu, my part timer at Gulf Coast Cosmos and fellow Mixed cousin. Check out his photography on instagram at... IG: @DryHug * * * You can leave now leave a voice message for the show directly by going to www.PodInbox.com/MilitantlyMixed and just pushing record! * * * You can continue the conversation…
 
The COVID-pandemic inspired a petite Chinese American Southern California woman named Winnie Yee Lahkani to boldly insert herself into a subculture from the Deep South which has long been populated by large Black or White men. Her deftly seasoned smoked meats and business model have created a swelling fan-base, as well as the validation and admirat…
 
This episode was sparked by a recent Op Ed piece in the LA Times. The writer had recently learned that a 72 million year old dinosaur embryo fossil had been found in China, which then caused him to think deeply and differently about the age of Earth, and our own brief time on it. The Two Kens both share their own reflections, while also speaking op…
 
This week, I am joined by fellow Mixed Auntie, TaRessa Stovall as we kick off a new series of monthly Mixed Auntie episodes. www.TaRessaStovall.com IG/Twitter: @TaRessaTalks * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to this episode at http://facebook.com/groups/militantlymixed * * * Produced and Edited b…
 
After working as a writer/producer on The 100 for 4 seasons, Miranda earned a blind script deal with Warner Bros. Television. She developed an adaptation of the original Argentine series "La Chica Que Limpia" and is the creator and executive producer of the U.S. television adaptation "The Cleaning Lady," which will air a ten-episode first season on…
 
On January 3, 2022 French Cambodian actress Elodie Yung will be the first Cambodian to star in a prime time drama (FOX) that has been created and executive produced by an Asian American woman, Miranda Kwok. She shares what this milestone means to her as an actress, and how she tapped into the pain and perseverance of her Cambodian father to give gr…
 
This week, I am popping off hiatus for a brief episode to announce that Militantly Mixed won the Asian American Podcasters Association's Golden Crane Award in the category of Asian Culture: Stories and Experiences aka Best Asian Stories. To win this specific category as a Mixed Black-Asian is amazing, I always say we are a part of the the story and…
 
Trump has revealed that millions of Americans are eager to join a cult of personality, even if the person at the top is clearly deeply flawed and unfit to be followed. The evangelical world also has examples of this disturbing pattern, and one of the most current ones is Pastor Mark Driscoll and the two churches he has established.…
 
Before Tom Ikeda became Densho's Executive Director, he was the general manager in Microsoft's multimedia publishing group. His essential understanding of digitizing media and creating online platforms has enabled Densho both to preserve their trove of priceless videotaped interviews with formerly incarcerated Japanese Americans, and to make them a…
 
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