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Two mixed race girls, who have mixed feelings about this world we're living in, shed light on issues of race and gender (and other divisive issues) in a way that is healthy, respectful, comical, honest, and a little geeky. Do you have a question or topic you'd like us to cover? Let us know at biracialunicorns@gmail.com.
 
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Militantly Mixed

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Militantly Mixed

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.
 
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Being Biracial

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Being Biracial

Maria Birch-Morunga and Kate Robinson

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The podcast all about navigating the world as a biracial person. Being Biracial is born out of our difficult conversations about racial imposter syndrome and the trouble of belonging as a mixed race person. But it’s also about that moment when you first connect with both parts of your identity. Or feeling secretly smug that Rose Matafeo and Barack Obama are biracial. Who runs the world? I mean obviously white men. But do you think Obama has any tips for balancing the oppressor and the oppres ...
 
Hi, I’m Lynda, aka MommyPowers: biracial Latina, blogging at MixedBlessingsBlog.com. Why “Mixed?” I’m biracial, hubby is Black, and our sons are all of the above! I’m a Texas native, raising my family in California. I cover food, family, travel, and life, from a multicultural perspective. This podcast will be an extension of my blog, and give me an opportunity to discuss ALL the things, from mental health to CBD, anxiety to dysfunctional families, narcissists to introverts . . . Errythang! Y ...
 
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Not Only, But Also

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Not Only, But Also

Renee Ronika Bhatti-Klug, Nicole Cottrell

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Not Only, But Also examines the beauty and tension of the in-between spaces many of us occupy. Each episode, your hosts Renee and Nicole discuss living and being free in the spaces of both/and. Together, Renee and Nicole are rabble-rousers but also peacekeepers, happy wives yet also feminists, strong yet gentle, mothers but also business owners, faithful Christ-followers but staunchly anti-religion-and that's just the beginning. Quite simply, they are not only what others might assume, but a ...
 
Hosted by Petronella Lugemwa, the “I Am Multicultural” Podcast explores what it means to be multicultural by sharing stories of love of various interracial, multiracial, mixed, biracial, blended, interfaith couples, families & friends.
 
The Blended in America podcast is about growing up in a non-traditional family, being bi-racial, being adopted, and the struggles of "blending in". It's a bold look at how we view ourselves vs. how we are viewed by others, why thats important, and what you can do to overcome the stereotypes of society and get on with the business of just being yourself.
 
Has someone ever told you something or have you ever had an experience that left you dazed with nothing left to say, but "Damn, Girl"? Join 3 biracial sisters for their run-down of the current state of American Pop Culture. And share your DAMN, Girl moment with the Sisters by emailing it to damngirlpod@gmail.com
 
Comic and writer Alex Barnett is the White, Jewish husband of a Black woman (who converted to Judaism) and the father of a 6-year-old, Biracial son. Join him and his guests each episode as they discuss the issues that confront multiracial families (including the dynamics between members of the same family who are of different races).
 
Emmy nominated Kimberly Ming "The LatinAsian" and educator + creative Paul Clifton, have joined forces to bring you the MixdGen Podcast. For mixed race, multicultural, and interracial families and friends. Dig into heart felt experiences and gain tools to exemplify the practices of inclusivity we hope to emulate to the world. #becausetheworldismixing
 
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Big Soy Naturals

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Big Soy Naturals

Kendall Close & Ceres Xerox

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Hosted by the two most logged-on They-Devils, Kendall and Ceres explore the bowels of the internet with a incisive eye, quick wits and sexy huge brains. In a chaos infused digital world, these demons use their dark magics to peer beyond the veil to see the true nature of cyberspace.
 
Bi, Bi, Bi Book Club. As someone who is biracial, bicultural, bisexual, bilingual, and comes from an agnostic background, but is also finishing seminary, the one thing I have learned is that life is indomitably complex. The intersectionality of multiple identities including our gender, race, sexuality and religious belief don't always perfectly align. So I wanted to create a space that celebrates the "bi"─the duality of our experiences. This is a place for nuance, misfits, and the endless sp ...
 
Two friends having real talks about their life experience, based on their many intersectionalities, and how much wine (or liquor) they decided to pour. In the prime of their lives, both females bonded early on as two women leading and living their best lives, while mastering loving their imperfections. With talks about dating, hair, music, home-ownership, beauty, society, and so much more; sit back with your favorite cocktail and join us as we sip, chat, and laugh. **Be sure to stay connecte ...
 
Encouragement from Musicians, Music Educators & Creatives for Creatives. Interesting interviews with music teachers, creatives, and musicians along with calming and topical encouragement as you face the challenges of everyday life. Find out what sounds and songs encourage other creatives and what keeps them hopeful, moving forward, and creative.
 
A Unique Biracial Male being raised in Southern USA, in a small town in Alabama, in the church, from 2 sides of race. Join me on this journey, because just as much as this may help someone else, it’s definitely gonna help me even more. THIS IS APART OF DOING THE WORK. Talking. I will cry, I’ll probably sing off-key a lot, I will laugh, I will ramble, but most of all, I will create a family & safe space for anyone who may be going through or has gone through what I have. This isn’t exposure, ...
 
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DIFERENTE

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DIFERENTE

Maribel Quezada Smith

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The bilingual podcast that celebrates and explores the complexities of living life between two (or more) cultures. Host, Maribel Quezada Smith presents stories and interviews about cultural identity, questioning the norm, and becoming empowered, among other topics that relate to the bicultural experience.
 
an intersectional feminist podcast which tells the stories of the personal and essential so these dialogues won’t be lost. intersectionality represents the vectors of oppression that occur when systems of power and hierarchy interact.bringing these stories to light not only gives those a platform but also creates room for change and growth.our movement becomes less powerful if people are being left behind
 
Unfiltered and honest conversations around all things pregnancy, labour & delivery and motherhood because, let's be real, this whole motherhood thing is confusing, hard as f***, lonely and just downright bat-shit crazy. I get it. I hear you. We are in this together. Hit SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss an episode! I can't wait to catch up with you every Wednesday & Saturday.
 
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Broadway ReFocused

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Broadway ReFocused

Spencer Williams / Fashion Consort

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Broadway ReFocused is a podcast based on the Broadway ReFocused Project, exploring Broadway’s past with a new lens to understand Broadway’s future. In each episode, we amplify stories of women, queers, black, indigenous and people of color in musical theatre. Together we listen, learn and refocus so that we can move forward in a more diverse and inclusive way. Broadway ReFocused is produced by Fashion Consort and hosted by Spencer Williams, a musical theatre educator, composer and playwright ...
 
Leo Yockey is a transgender, biracial, Tanzanian-American millennial. He is also a software engineer, comedian and advocate recovering from existential dread and burnout. Listen in for a chance to be a fly on the wall as he talks to a diverse array of friends and colleagues. Topics of conversation include racial and gender identity, mental health, spirituality, and redefining success in this rapidly changing world. Stay evolving!
 
A podcast about understanding the truisms inherent in desiness. We (probably) talk about the stuff your mom and dad won't. Ever been curious about what South Asians in other countries are like - or why they might actually be different from you? Ever wondered about the increasing role of the South Asian American electorate, or about why we're seeing more brown faces in mainstream media today? Perhaps you've even wondered why you've been born into a religious identity when it seems our non-des ...
 
WELCOME TO #Viewsfromdafriendzone PODCAST EVERY SUNDAY AT 5PM! Views from the friend zone is podcast featuring Real Talk Marv, Sinsay, Clifford " Brock" Bonhomme. The podcast discusses Relationships, Social Issues and Living in Social Media Era. Join us as we enjoy Laughs, honest moments and real discussions about issues that affect us every day! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marvens/support
 
Carolyn Hickman is your Unconventional Mompreneur + wicked funny, "SAY-IT-HOW-IT-IS" bestie who really gets YOU. There will be no guarantee that you won't completely transform your life into the most FIERCE + WOKE version of YOU + be inspired to take back your FEMININE POWER and create the most High Vibe Version of YOU through mastering your WELLNESS, WISDOM + WEALTH. From "Stuck" to Unstoppable overnight, Carolyn is dedicated to sharing her story & showing fellow mamas and women how to uple ...
 
On Til Podcasts Do Us Part we take a raw, uncut and unapologetic look at hot topics in marriage, parenthood, sex, life and more. Hosted by your favorite perfectly imperfect couple. No topics are off the table as we discuss and debate hot topics from his and her perspective. Warning new listeners could mistake our bickering as real arguing but it's truly how we communicate on a day to day basis, and while it's not for everyone there is no questioning our love and support of one another. Why d ...
 
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In this episode we're celebrating AAPI Heritage Month, let us know how you're celebrating! Trigger Warning - Brief mentioning of physical assault in the first 20 minutes New week, new episode, and this week we are celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AAPI). In our efforts to amplify AAPI Unicorns, we’re taking some time t…
 
Shomudro Das is Bengali/Pākehā and lives in Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa (Auckland, New Zealand). Shomudro is formally known as Sarita. You’ll hear Sarita during the episode once or twice because they were going by that name during our interview. We chat about: Our rebellious parents Missionaries rebranding as aid workers Parents who don’t accept your…
 
This episode is all things colorful. We shine some light on Stephani and Tish on how it was, and still is for them growing up biracial. The ladies at the table are all able to contribute as many are raising mixed kids, or simply "cousins" as far as they are concerned. What's the worst question you would ask someone of two or more races? How do you …
 
Bevin Luna's music is deeply rooted in Memphis, TN and the Dominican Republic. Her unique multicultural upbringing has allowed her to create what she calls a "Rock and Roots" sound. Bevin talks to Kim about navigating life between her southern and Dominican cultures, how it shaped her musical taste and individuality, her desire to leave Memphis as …
 
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…
 
HeadlinesPolitical and economic crisis worsens in Sri Lanka Nakba last Sunday! (PT can speak about Naarm event)Racially motivated shooting in Buffalo, NY Death of LGBTIQA+ activist Urvashi Vaid The Sunday Paper #2 Only Indigenous support in Blue Mountains facing closure Election this SaturdayWe replay 3CR's Raising our Voices Susan Arthur and Heath…
 
Gerardo Ramos Gonzalez is from Guadalajara, Mexico. He is a professor in the Music Department at the University of Guadalajara. His class is called Inglés Aplicado a la Música - IAM -(English Applied to Music) which under the English as a Second Language category is "English for Specific Purpose." All of his students are music majors within specifi…
 
Join us at the table this week as we talk about the dreaded, but inevitable mom guilt that we all experience. If you're a new mom, or a seasoned one.. we know you can relate! Share some of your mom guilt stories with us and we just may share them on our next episode!!By Stephani Williams, Ashley Garcia, Curtisha Baker, Haylee Ponce, Kati Moncada, Halee Lucas, Lauren Bogie
 
In this week's minisode we chat about the 1993 film Hocus Pocus. Thanks to Josef Scott of Citizens of Tape City for our theme music and Dollipop Art for our podcast artwork - you can find her on instagram @dollipop.art. We want to hear from you! If you have a question you'd like us to answer or a topic you'd like us to cover on the show, drop us a …
 
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…
 
Headlines- Philippines elections - Foreigners in Bali criticised by Hindus over offensive social media posts- Sri Lankan President resigns Dr Susie Allanson and Lizzie O'Shea speak with Evie about their book Empowering Women, which is an oral history of abortion rights in Australia. You can attend the book launch, or order the book here. Dr Tania P…
 
Hey everyone, Kendall has come down with a non-COVID virus and to maintain the illusion that we have a schedule, we're releasing an old patreon episode of SHOW HOLE from Valentines Day. We will be back in full next week with the start of our Dworkin Reader series on Patreon, and possibly an episode on the main feed about Lil Miquela. So be on the l…
 
Recorded at Metatopia Online 2020 Presented by Eric Whalen. This panel is a brief discussion of the basics of copyright law (and some other aspects of intellectual property law) as they pertain to writers and game designers. Members of the panel include game designers, publishers, writers, and former attorneys who have dealt with these issues thems…
 
Writer and motivational speaker Torrie Sorge grew up in a predominantly white community with her single mother in Ohio where she mastered the art of passing as a white female. She spent a great deal of her life wanting to pass as a white girl because she was ashamed to acknowledge that her biological father was of Afro-Puerto Rican descent. However…
 
In this episode we take a look at some current news stories. Plus, the return of a bonus sized helping of Dani and Dameca Get Mad at the Internet. Thanks to Josef Scott of Citizens of Tape City for our theme music and Dollipop Art for our podcast artwork - you can find her on instagram @dollipop.art. We want to hear from you! If you have a question…
 
HeadlinesRamadan Ends, Eid al-Fitr CelebratedDeakin University academic Adam Brown charged with the murder of his wifeMike Cannon-Brookes takes biggest share hold at AGLRaveena Grover, queer panjabi writer, curator and creative director, speaks with Kannagi about her identity, work and her latest photography project, Neela.Website: raveenagrover.si…
 
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…
 
Recorded at Metatopia Online 2020 Presented by Cat Tobin, Will Sobel, JR Blackwell, Christopher McGlothlin, Maz Hamilton. You're an RPG designer now! That's great, but now how do you get your awesome game in front of players who will appreciate it? How do you position yourself for future projects? Basically, how do you get your name on a game to me…
 
After being unjustly shadow banned on Instagram for spreading misinformation and telling lies for fun, Kendall and Ceres take on the Fact Checking Industrial Complex: an industry not birthed, but raised through the Trump Era. What does it mean to fact check? What is an objective truth? Can you really combat internet trolling with truth? Was Pepe th…
 
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…
 
Kiyo Egashira is American and also Japanese/Irish. He lives in the UK. We chat about: - Limited connections to the ‘homeland’ - ‘Acting’ white - Before anything being American - A moment of silence for Pearl Harbour - Keeping a lid on racial trauma - Internment camps in the USA - The impact of 911 - Hawaii: the racial melting pot - Non-white workpl…
 
In this episode we mull over what makes an antihero, an anti-hero and list a few of our favorites. Thanks to Josef Scott of Citizens of Tape City for our theme music and Dollipop Art for our podcast artwork - you can find her on instagram @dollipop.art. We want to hear from you! If you have a question you'd like us to answer or a topic you'd like u…
 
Headlines Wimmera Shire council refuses to fly rainbow flag Macron re-elected as President Climate activist Wynn Bruce dies after self-immolating outside Supreme Court in Colorado Vera Bukachi, Research Director and co-lead of KDI Kenya, speaks about working alongside communities in Kibera to build sanitation facilities and safe spaces for women an…
 
Who can afford to post bail and get released before trial is an essential question in the American criminal justice system? Indigent defendants often are unable to post bail. They remain jailed until trial, even if they’re eventually found not guilty. Rep. Leland shares his angle on bail reform and the legislative efforts toward it.…
 
Recorded at Metatopia Online 2020 Presented by Emily Escovar, Anne Ratchat. You've got a great game and you're looking to sell it, or maybe you're looking to get a position working for somebody else making games. How do you present yourself and your game in their best lights? Pitching's a necessary skill regardless of your role in the industry. Lea…
 
Kendall and Ceres are back from meeting for the first time in person and have come bearing the gift of content for their pay piglets and prayer warriors. They talk about Kendall's wedding to their lovely spouse, the mysterious Jericho Caine, as well as their first IRL meeting and the concept of online friendships: are they real? are they fake? Find…
 
Actor Shawn Passwaters Decierdo had three different fathers come into his life before he graduated high school. His unusual upbringing was filled with surprises and personal challenges as a result of each father influencing his racial identity. Shawn talks to Kim about accepting his unusual mixed identity and how he has chosen to walk with it in lo…
 
In this episode we disuss our concerns and revelations with women's reproductive health. Spring boarding from our 2019 episode about abortion, we are diving deeper into the conversation about women’s reproductive health, especially for WOC. If you’d like to listen to that episode we’ve linked it down below. _Trigger Warning_This episode does briefl…
 
In part 2 of Friends, but also Sisters, Renee and Nicole continue their discussion on all things friendship, including red flags and green flags in relationships, as well as more of their own friendship story. With candor, vulnerability, and humor they share how to engage your friends, fight for your friendships, and be the best BFF ever. Intro mus…
 
News Headlines: //Israeli forces raid Al-Aqsa Mosque //Violence against Muslim community in India //COVID testing requirements scrapped for international arrivals // Reminder: Stop the Expansion of the Dame Phyllis Frost Centre - Online discussion // Linda Fenton was the first Australian woman to sue her employer for unfair dismissal while on mater…
 
Tony Parlapiano is a piano instructor who specializes in teaching popular styles of music through interest-led learning. He is the creator of popMATICS, a concept-based music curriculum that approaches learning by listening and reading through writing. Tony is the owner of Parlapiano Studio, an online studio that provides private instruction and sm…
 
00:00 Intro 04:00 Treatment of Ukrainian refugees as opposed to Haitian & other black & brown refugees 05:48 Russia/Ukraine War effecting Haiti 12:10 Media's racism while covering the war 14:00 Zelenskyy's continuous requests from the US 22:00 Why America is the world police 31:00 US can provide aid in other situations but not for homelessness 38:0…
 
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 …
 
In this episode we talk about the Disney/Pixar film Turning Red. Thanks to Josef Scott of Citizens of Tape City for our theme music and Dollipop Art for our podcast artwork - you can find her on instagram @dollipop.art. We want to hear from you! If you have a question you'd like us to answer or a topic you'd like us to cover on the show, drop us a …
 
News Headlines:Federal election called for 21 May Sri Lankans call for Rajapaksa to quit politics due to economic crisisAll-Aboriginal senate ticket to propel climate change Update on French Presidential Election - 1st round UN suspends Russia from human rights body over Ukraine abusesStop the Expansion of the Dame Phyllis Frost Centre - Online dis…
 
**TRIGGER WARNING: THIS EPISODE CONTAINS DISCUSSIONS OF POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, AND SUICIDAL THOUGHTS**Halee Lucas is this week's host and we hope you are all ready because she is coming to the table to talk about her struggle with Postpartum Depression. It gets pretty deep and a few of the other girls have stories of their own struggles to…
 
In this episode we celebrate National Book Week by sharing some books: Surviving the White Gaze by Rebecca Carroll This Time Will be Different by Misa Sugiura Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng The Patternist series by Octavia Butler Where Butterflies Fill the Sky by Zahra Marwan Did we plan to only share books by Women of Color? No! But it'…
 
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