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Militantly Mixed

Militantly Mixed | ManeHustle Media 2020

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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 MixedGirlMane, will speak with Mixed-Race people from all over the world about their lives and coming to terms with their ethnic identity.
 
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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If you're like me, after you finished "Squid Games," you were wondering what was worth bingeing next. Then you discovered "Midnight Mass," binged it, and now your head is swimming with all kinds of theories and questions. Last week we dropped a special episode where we discussed the first four episodes. After finishing the series, we could hardly w…
 
Hey y'all just a quick solo sode to remind you that the is one week left for the Be your mixed ass self T-shirt Fundraiser. We are trying to raise $1500 to finish out the year of shows AND hire a consulting producer to take Militantly Mixed to the next level! * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to …
 
Dr. Chuck recently self-published a book wherein he shares the sum total of all the wisdom he learned while caring for patients and medical colleagues for over three decades. His is especially passionate in his conviction that developing better mental health is the key to our experiencing greater overall health and satisfaction.…
 
Second times a charm with Kayleen Garvey. We recorded together back in 2020 but unfortunately the recording didn't save so 18 months later, the second time is the charm! Kayleen and I chat about her life as a Filipina-Irish American. * * * Please support Sharmane's comic book shop Gulf Coast Cosmos fundraiser please go to https://gofund.me/45c4a7ae…
 
Claire and her aging mother Isabel begin their journey together by visiting the once-beautiful mansion in Shanghai where the young Isabel had grown up. Much more than a trip down Memory Lane, "Remembering Shanghai" reveals the triumphs and tragedies going back five generations that mirror China's own challenges. Chao has layered the bones of this c…
 
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,…
 
This week on Militantly Mixed I am joined by Ph.D student Ayumi Matsuda Rivero. We talk about her own Mixed Venezuelan and Japanese heritage as well as how her identity had to shift depending on where in the world she was living. Listen in to see how her own experiences contributed to her academic work in Mixed Race Studies. Annual Be Your Mixed As…
 
Born deaf in one ear and with a form of autism, Shihori had no friends and was terribly bullied. She was staring at a lonely, fraught future. But she discovered that singing and writing music provided her with the means and the motivation to connect with people. Despite achieving great success in Japan, she was recently inspired to start afresh in …
 
Before Ray's language prowess landed in the U.S. State Department, he felt God had called him to be a liturgist and musician in the Catholic Church that he so loved. But when he came out of the closet, he no longer believed that the Church would love him as much as he loved the Church. He reflects on the changes in the State Department, especially …
 
Naturally MonaLisa joins me to geek out over Marvel's Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and speak about Asian Representation in this film. Check out Naturally MonaLisa on her Youtube channel and IG. * * * If you are interested in supporting Sharmane's comic book shop Gulf Coast Cosmos fundraiser please go to https://gofund.me/45c4a7ae * * *…
 
Join me for a solo-sode, where I address my journey towards pilgrimage to discovering my African heritage and potentially dual citizenship to Gabon and how my Dad changed races in death. * * * If you are interested in supporting Sharmane's comic book shop Gulf Coast Cosmos fundraiser please go to https://gofund.me/45c4a7ae * * * You can continue th…
 
In this latest special episode, these two long-time friends, former pastors, and fellow podcasters critique the "reparative therapy" movement while reviewing the Netflix documentary "Pray Away." But they wrestle with why anybody--gay or straight--would willingly be part of groups the require them to repress essential aspects of who they know themse…
 
Join me for my first episode back with a guest, Dianna aka MixedRaceQueer as we chat about you guessed it, being mixed and queer. * * * If you are interested in supporting Sharmane's comic book shop Gulf Coast Cosmos fundraiser please go to https://gofund.me/45c4a7ae * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you li…
 
Lucia Liu is the Founder & CEO of Rock The Boat, a podcast and community organization focused on Asians who challenge the status quo. She has interviewed prominent guests such as Andrew Yang, Adele Lim (screenwriter of CRA), Kevin Lin (Cofounder of Twitch and Gold House), and many more. While Lucia currently rocks a 9 to 5 in the financial services…
 
I'm back y'all, well kind of. I am finally living in Houston, getting to work at my comic book shop's pop-ups, and am so ready to get back to podcasting. It has been too long of a break!!! Before I come back with new episodes I wanted to let you know that I will be speaking at the Beyond The Bounds: 2021 MidWest Mixed Conference on Aug 06, 10:30 AM…
 
Ever since getting a 'wake up call' about her mental health at age 14, Chang has personally prioritized it, leaving a hard-earned position as a broadcast journalist and eventually going back to grad school to become a therapist. She is using her skills as a courageous communicator, entrepreneur, and clinician today to reduce the stigma of mental il…
 
Persons--especially coming from Evangelical backgrounds--who've been 'de-constructing', often end up with radically different positions and in vastly unfamiliar places. But for those who are married (and/or who have adult children), there's an oft-unspoken impact on family members who might be content with the status quo. The Two Kens talk frankly …
 
Matthew Oh grew up in a tiny Texas town as a Korean American whose athleticism and need for father figures led him to an unusual career in football at many different levels. But he has also been a stunt man, a model, and an actor. On top of all that, he developed a passion for bettering the lives of everyone, not just himself. So he launched Optimi…
 
Thirty-nine years after 27-year-old Vincent Chin was murdered on the eve of his wedding, his case has proven to be a durable symbol during this current time of anti-Asian racism and violence in America. For the first time, filmmakers Anthony Ma and Alle Hsu publicly reveal overlooked or ignored aspects of this case that they've uncovered during the…
 
If the definition of "serendipity" is when preparation meets opportunity, then YeSeul Kim is living a seriously serendipitous life! She is a social entrepreneur who merges the science of analyzing big data, the art of qualitative research, and the application of a growth mindset to fuel her passion for solving complex social problems. She is also a…
 
Long a distinguished professor in the Anderson School of Management at UCLA, Dr. Tang wrote an Op Ed in the LA Times recently where he pointed out that Asian Americans are rarely seen as being management or executive material. We not only explore what stereotypes are behind keeping most of them below the 'glass ceiling,' but also some concrete thin…
 
This is the last episode before Militantly Mixed goes on an extended hiatus while I prepare for and move to Houston. My guest today is Katelyn Lance, one of the Directors at UCLA's Mixed Student Union. We speak about her "Wasian" identity and the gross ways in which people have exoticized her specific Mix. *** In light of these murders and the rece…
 
Michelle Lee is the powerhouse Editor-in-Chief of Allure—an iconic magazine that in 2021, celebrated its 30th birthday. Since taking on her position, Michelle has eliminated the term anti-aging from the magazine’s vocabulary and has redefined beauty through the lens of diversity. In one single issue, Michelle broke the record for the number of Amer…
 
A Harvard Law School professor has published an article claiming that the hundreds of thousands of Asian women whom the Japanese Imperial Army forced into being sex slaves were actually paid prostitutes willingly who signed up to be dehumanized, tortured, and even killed. Boston attorney Linda Champion, who is Korean and Black, is one of the many w…
 
This week, I am sharing the audio from a Livestream I participated in, hosted by the Blasian March and in association with Mixed Present and Militantly Mixed. We discussed the importance of Black Asian solidarity and the legacy of Yuri Kochiyama and Malcolm X in honor of their shared birthday, May 19th. Please click on the links below to follow.. B…
 
I am back from hiatus and so excited to share this discussion with relatively new cousin Michelle Adams, host of the Catmaste Chronicles podcast which I have been a guest on in the past. We speak about Mixed-Race identity in Britain AND the most important topic known to humankind CATS! Listen to MY guest spot on Michelle's show here. *** In light o…
 
This week, I talk with Jen Lee, Chinese-Chicana co-host of the AuthEthnic Podcast. We talk about Asian and Chicana identity, podcasting, and of course FOOD!!! Check out Jen's podcast AuthEthnic from this link or where ever you listen to podcasts *** In light of these murders and the recent increase in violence towards people of Asian descent, I hav…
 
Hosting S1 of "A Little Late with Lilly Singh" was already a ceiling-shattering event for Lilly Singh. But her second season is a major paradigm-shift for late night television. And while Sabeeh Jameel looked like he was heading for a job in a big consulting firm or a UN gig, he landed in Singh's writers' room to help enable this transformation.…
 
Things have changed for Militantly Mixed for now, with MixedGirlMane's upcoming move to Houston and the extra workload that entails, there will be some changes until she gets settled. Here is an update on everything that is happening. *** In light of these murders and the recent increase in violence towards people of Asian descent, I have created a…
 
This is a very special episode of Militantly Mixed. I, along with TaRessa Stovall and Sonia Smith-Kang aka "the Mixed Aunties" sat down to speak with Dr. Yaba Blay, author of One Drop: Shifting the Lens on Race about her work on the book and the term "One Drop" as it pertains to Mixed-Black identified people. Where you can buy ONE DROP: SHIFTING TH…
 
Just checking in, I have been on hiatus for the month of April but will be coming back soon despite still recovering from a head injury. Just had a few announcements I wanted to share with y'all. *** In light of these murders and the recent increase in violence towards people of Asian descent, I have created a Mixed & Hella Asian fundraising t-shir…
 
The 60s and 70s in Southern California (and to a lesser extent in Northern California) were marked by the flourishing of talented Asian American dance-party-bands. Harry was a central figure in that captivating scene, as a musician and later as the co-owner of one of the hot venues. As such, he has captured this era in exciting and exacting detail.…
 
William Hung was a college student in 2004 when he decided to audition for the "American Idol" televised singing competition. Although his lack of ability was seen by millions, Hung's positivity seemed to counter the judges' negativity. Was he faking that for the cameras? Or was he wired in such a way to keep taking risks and learning from his fail…
 
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