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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.
 
We tell Asian America's stories to go beyond being seen. As people of all backgrounds reckon with complex legacies of race, power, culture, and identity and ask themselves, “Where do I stand?” Self Evident presents reported stories and radically open conversations from the everyday Asian Americans who have been confronting this question for generations. Our mission is to empower local communities to share stories and build relationships around the value of self-representation. Self Evident i ...
 
What does it mean to be an Asian woman in 2019? Writer Hannah-Rose Yee, blogger Peony Lim and photographer Kit Lee attempt to answer that question as it relates to their varied and shared heritage, and the issues, complexities and absurdities of their lives.
 
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This week I am joined by James Portis of the Panel to Panel podcast talking about being Mixed Black and White with White adjacency. Follow Panel to Panel podcast on Twitter @ptop_podcast * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to this episode at http://facebook.com/groups/militantlymixed * * * Produced…
 
We are back for the 5th installment of the Mixed Auntie Confidential with Auntie TaRessa Stovall. And today we are talking about multiple aspects of intersectionality. You can follow the Mixed Auntie Confidential Blog here. * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to this episode at http://facebook.com/…
 
This week I am joined by author Nabil Ayers, whose recent memoir "My Life in the Sunshine" is available beginning June 7th. We discuss Nabil's interesting origin and how being the child of a famous person he wasn't raised arounds affects his adulthood today. Please look for My Life in the Sunshine at your local independent bookstores via IndieBound…
 
This week, I am joined by Chinese-Puerto Rican comedian James Camacho. We talk about being the only MIxed person in his family of course, I get to share my comedy geek with him. Follow James Camacho at... https://jamescamacho.com Youtube @ James Camacho Twitter/IG/Tik Tok: @ Camachbro * * * Please check out this article written by Shengxiao "Sole" …
 
Last Friday, I had the honor of hosting a Militantly Mixed Live Panel Discussion at East West Players in Los Angeles, CA (Little Tokyo). My fellow panelist were Rohan Zhou-Lee originator of the Blasian March in NY, Asian_Soph from Mixed_Present and Mixed_Made, and Lee Painter-Kim organizer for the Blasian March in L.A. and Stop DiscriminAsian. We s…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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-…
 
Amidst the ongoing crush of anti-Asian violence in America, Producer James turns to a personal source of restoration: ska music (yes, that ska music). When he was a teenager, the do-it-yourself ska scene — and an indie record label called Asian Man — taught him to take racism seriously, embrace the road less traveled, and never wait for anyone else…
 
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…
 
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.…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic has underscored the importance of caregiving work — and the ways that this work is overlooked, under-resourced, or placed as a burden on families without a sense of fairness or compassion. In this episode we’re sharing two stories that show people taking on the role of caregiver, and asking: Who gets to be healthy in a world t…
 
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…
 
For so many Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Spam is a beloved classic food, showing up in everything from musubi to fried rice. But behind that nostalgia is a history of war and colonization, and the inheritance of both favorite foods and hidden traumas. Korean American playwright Jaime Sunwoo’s surreal new play, Specially Processed American…
 
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…
 
Community Producer Rochelle Kwan (a.k.a. YiuYiu in her DJ life) gathers the DJs who joined her in curating our first annual mixtape — to chat about how we can use music to reconnect our diaspora communities, across generations and borders. If you haven’t heard the mixtape — which features musical selections by Les Talusan (a.k.a. Les The DJ of OPM …
 
In the Korean language, titles (known as 호칭/hoching) are used instead of first names to maintain respect. Some common ones are “unnie” (older sister) and “oppa” (older brother). Becky and Cedric respond to a listener mail asking about these titles and what it means when Koreans don’t use the proper formal term with someone who isn’t… fully Korean?…
 
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…
 
Community Producer Rochelle Kwan (a.k.a. YiuYiu) invites three of her favorite DJs to curate our first annual mixtape — and chat with them about how we can use music to reconnect our diaspora communities, across generations and borders. Our first annual international, transnational mixtape features musical selections from YiuYiu (of NYC Manhattan C…
 
Daphne Chen always held a special place in her heart for the Taiwanese girl group S.H.E. Growing up in Ohio, she’d listen to their greatest hits before falling asleep, clinging to their pop songs as one of her only genuine links to the island and the culture her family had left far behind. So years later, when Daphne realized that those greatest hi…
 
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