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Militantly Mixed

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Militantly Mixed

Militantly Mixed | ManeHustle Media 2021

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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, will speak with Mixed-Race people from all over the world about their lives and coming to terms with their ethnic identity.
 
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).
 
Solidarity Is This is a podcast created and hosted by Deepa Iyer, Director of Strategic Initiatives at the Building Movement Project where she runs Solidarity Is, a multi-strategy program to deepen transformative solidarity practices, models, narratives, and ideas. On the podcast, we explore how individuals and institutions are experimenting with cross-racial and cross-movement solidarity in America’s changing racial landscape. Learn more at www.solidarityis.org
 
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Mark All That Apply

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Mark All That Apply

Christopher Snider, Jeanette Snider PhD

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A conversation about race, between siblings Christopher and Jeanette Snider, PhD. Through their personal perspectives on race and identity, her academic pursuits in multiracial issues among higher education students, and the growing public conversation about the meaning and impact of race in our society, there will be much to talk about.
 
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.
 
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Mosaix Today

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Mosaix Today

with Rachel Gilmore & Mark DeYmaz

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It's no secret: we live in an increasingly diverse, painfully polarized, and cynical society. How can your organization credibly engage for the sake of the gospel? Since 2004, Mosaix has helped ministry leaders build healthy multiethnic and economically diverse, culturally intelligent, socially just, and financially sustainable churches as well as faith-based non profits and Christian schools. On each episode, Rachel Gilmore and Mark DeYmaz discuss these things and more from a biblical and p ...
 
Be Antiracist imagines what an antiracist society might look like and how we all can play an active role in building one. Dr. Ibram X. Kendi is the author of How to Be an Antiracist, the book that spurred a nationwide conversation redefining what it means to be antiracist, and in this podcast, he guides listeners how they can identify and reject the racist systems hiding behind racial inequity and injustice. Alongside notable guests, Dr. Kendi continues his journey towards building a just an ...
 
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Small Steps

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Small Steps

Aimée Suen, NTP

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Aimée Suen, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and food blogger from Small Eats is here to educate, inspire and empower you to grow, try new things, and live a life you fully feel good about, one small step at a time. Through interviews and solo shows, she talks about all aspects of health and wellness, from nutrition, movement, mindset, mental health, spirituality, body image, and so much more. Each show has small steps that you can try and see how they work for you, whether you’re new to the ...
 
Welcome to The Student Affairs Spectacular; the weekly podcast giving you a front row seat to the greatest student affairs show on earth! On the show, hosts Tom Krieglstein & Dustin Ramsdell interview noteworthy individuals to talk about top issues in student affairs and higher education. So sit back, relax, & enjoy the fun!
 
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Other Tradition

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Lex Musta & Dr. Richard Thomas

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In his 1993 book Racial Unity: An Imperative for Social Progress, Dr. Richard Thomas, professor emeritus of history at Michigan State University, pioneers the race relations concept of the “other tradition,” which explains that the lasting advances in American race relations are the result of close, multiracial collaboration. Dr. Richard Thomas and Lex Musta use this podcast to further explore the other tradition to encourage our listeners to work for progress in race relations multiracially.
 
The Marginalia Review of Books is an international, open access review of literature along the nexus of history, theology, and religion. MRB examines, critiques, and illuminates the traditions, institutions, discourses, and practices of religions and their believers. We aim to connect the academic and public worlds by providing an intellectually rich and broadly accessible conversation that does not merely summarize previous work but contributes new ideas.
 
We have been taught that there are certain topics you don't broach in "mixed company"-- but we don't like or follow this rule. By sharing news, our stories and the stories of others, we hope to give people a better sense of understanding multiracial identities and to create a new cultural lexicon to work with in talking about race with people of all races. Join the conversation by emailing inmixedcopodcast (at) gmail.com.
 
"Facing Race: Stories & Voices" is a special series of oral histories recorded at the 2014 Facing Race National Conference in Dallas, TX. Featuring an array of thinkers and advocates sharing their personal stories and formative experiences, the series illustrates the many paths and experiences of racial justice work. Episodes will be released weekly, starting in June 2016, and are available on the Race Forward site (https://www.raceforward.org/media/facing-race-stories-voices), or listeners ...
 
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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…
 
What is the Candid Thoughts Podcast? It’s an exploration of candid conversations seldom had in modernity. There’s a soul and intention behind these dialogues… as opposed to the commercial. Here on the Candid Thoughts Podcast, we’re ‘Asking the Hard Questions!’ Listen to a sneak peek from some of our guests from this past year. To date, the podcast …
 
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…
 
Presenting: An Excerpt from Miracle And Wonder: Conversations With Paul Simon by Malcolm Gladwell and Bruce Headlam. Download the audiobook today at miracleaudibook.com and receive an exclusive listener's guide pdf featuring additional commentary from Bruce, the producers and editors of Miracle and Wonder. Learn more about your ad-choices at https:…
 
This week I am joined by Ryan Alexander Holmes. We talked about growing up Black and Chinese in a predominately conservative White neighborhood in the US, living in China, and being a big time content creator! Fun fact! We talked for 5 hours but you only get to hear 1 of that. * * * Last call for mask orders at https://www.MasksByMane.com, website …
 
This week I am joined by Leah Ko. We talked about growing up Chinese and White in a rural town with a population of less than 500 and coming to the Mixed identity journey later in life. * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to this episode at http://facebook.com/groups/militantlymixed * * * Produced …
 
This week, I discuss my change from the MixedGirlMane moniker to MixedAuntieMane and how it very much is apart of my gender identity journey. * * * 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 by Sharmane Fury Music by: David …
 
My guest this week is Katrina Mautner of Passionfruit Therapy. We talked about Mixedness, Queerness, and working on self healing through their Mental Health practice. * * * 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 by Sharm…
 
Isabelo Pascual, host of the Candid Thoughts Podcast had recently been a guest on the Multiracial Whiteboy podcast, hosted by indie filmmaker Kim Noonan. It was a heartfelt episode where we'd discussed our unique perspectives as mixed-race individuals in the film industry and our general experiences in life. Tune in to this interesting clip from th…
 
Travel & Lifestyle Expert Natalie Preddie grew up in Ontario, Canada, where she spent her weekends at church with the Jamaican side of her family, then the rest of her week with her predominantly white community. Natalie talks about the challenges of navigating between both worlds, feeling lost when she arrived at university, moving to the UK at ag…
 
Film Producer Isabelo Pascual has fought his entire to life to remove the projection that others have imposed on his Blasian identity. Isabelo talks to Kim about both his parent's legacies (both were immigrants), wanting do more Haitian activism, his starting from scratch worker's mentality, and carving out a successful individual legacy of his own…
 
Fanshen Cox has been featured in the New York Times and on NPR, with OpEds published for Blavity, Shondaland and The Lily. Reared in Cambridge, Massachusetts by a Pan Africanist, Jamaican-born father and white Northwestern mother, Fanshen uses her family’s heritage to spark conversation and challenge notions around race, class and gender. Fanshen t…
 
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 …
 
Actor & Editor-in-Chief, Alex Chester has been in performing and in show business since she was five. She talks to Kim about her early start in the entertainment industry and how it impacted her mixed Asian identity, her short stint with pop girl group Dream, trying to find middle ground, therapy, and Asian community building and solidarity.…
 
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…
 
Maija Di Giorgio is recognized by New York's Time Out Magazine as one of "the freshest, funniest, unique voices to grace the microphone". Maija has been featured on HBO Def Comedy Jam, Hot 97, and many more. Maija talks about the challenges of being a mixed comedian, her Italian family's unique journey to America, the impact of her talented mother,…
 
Jackie Stewart is a meditation and mindfulness advisor. Jackie talks about the challenges of growing up in Orange County with her single Taiwanese mother, struggling with her mixed identity and mother's cultural heritage, the decision to model in Asia, and leaving on the fly to a Nepal Montessori. A great story about personal redemption!…
 
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…
 
Mickey Finnegan is a Writer/Director best known for his music video and commercial work with artists and brands such as Usher, The Offspring and Pepsi. Mickey, who's Irish & Filipino, talks about his Irish roots in his family, growing up with no Asian role models in his life and the ongoing challenges of dealing with the typical Asian male stereoty…
 
Reginald Hardwick is the News & Public Affairs Director for the Illinois Newsroom. He was a news producer and manager at the NBC station in Dallas, where he won 7 Emmy awards. Born during the Vietnam War and later given up for adoption in the States, Reginald talks to Kim about the challenges that came with growing up as one of the only black kids …
 
In part 4 of this 4-part summer series, Rachel & Mark process their discussion with Dr. George Yancey one focused on his forthcoming book, Beyond Racial Division (IVP, February 2022). Listen as they discuss points of agreement, disagreement, and practical takeaways for pastors looking to address Dr. Yancey's concept of Mutual Accountability with th…
 
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 * * *…
 
Presenting a sneak peek of Pushkin’s newest show, Some of My Best Friends Are... On Some of My Best Friends Are… hosts and lifelong best friends Khalil Gibran Muhammad and Ben Austen hash out the absurdities and intricacies of race in America. A Harvard professor and an award-winning journalist, Khalil and Ben grew up together on the South Side of …
 
Theater Artist/Educator and Facilitator, Ryan Marchand was never raised with the idea of race consciousness and as a result never thought of himself as Black. Ryan talks to Kim about his personal journey of having to find his own way to critical race consciousness, why he won't date others on dating apps, healing through art and education, and why …
 
Anya Steinberg was the 2021 Grand-Prize Winner of NPR’s Student Podcast Challenge. Her podcast "He's Just 23 Chromosomes," takes listeners through her journey of self-discovery when she learns that her biological father was an anonymous Korean sperm donor she had always been told was a doctor. Kim talks to Anya about the half-Korean father she grew…
 
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…
 
Haui is the creator of Mixed↑. His documentary follows his life as he combats the isolations of a BIPOC and LGTQT+ as he helps to normalize the existence of being an “other.” Part testimonial, part confessional, Kim talks to Haui about the challenging personal topics explored in his film, moving back and forth between Canada and the UK, finding app…
 
Doni Aldine is a globally mobile Afro-Latina and first-generation North American who, by age 19, lived in & identified with seven cultures on five continents. Doni talks to Kim about what it means to be a TCK (Third Culture Kid), the 13 dimensions of a TCK, the multi-cultural lifestyle, unresolved grief when she settled down in Colorado, and how 21…
 
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…
 
In part 3 of this 4-part summer series, Rachel & Mark continue their conversation with Dr. George Yancey, one focused on his forthcoming book, Beyond Racial Division (IVP, February 2022). In this episode, Rachel and Mark ask him: What is your understanding of "Mutual Accountability" and why do you espouse this as a Third Way between anti-racism (on…
 
Cathy Park Hong is a Korean American poet, writer, professor, and the poetry editor at The New Republic. Her recent book, Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and won the National Book Critics Circle Award for autobiography in 2021. Hong and Dr. Kendi have a deep discussion about the uniquely Asian Amer…
 
Actor and content creator, Ryan Alexander Holmes, has a loyal following on his Instagram page for creating challenging, witty and clever stories about his Blasian identity. But he wants you to know, even though he looks black, he's also 100% Chinese. Kim talks to Ryan about growing up in the San Gabriel Valley with his Chinese family, learning abou…
 
David Treuer is an Ojibwe Indian from Leech Lake Reservation in northern Minnesota. His most recent book, The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native America from 1890 to the Present, was a finalist for the National Book Award and the Carnegie Medal in 2019. He is currently a professor of English at the University of Southern California. Dr. Treuer and D…
 
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…
 
In part 2 of this 4-part summer series, Rachel & Mark continue their conversation with Dr. George Yancey, one focused on his forthcoming book, Beyond Racial Division (IVP, February 2022). In this episode, Rachel and Mark ask him: What is color blindness. Why do some espouse this understanding and where is it misguided or harmful? More About Dr. Geo…
 
Abolitionist Mariame Kaba is the founder of Project NIA and the author of the New York Times bestseller, We Do This ‘Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing and Transforming Justice. Kaba and Dr. Kendi have a profound discussion on why mass surveillance, police, punishment, and incarceration will never create a safe society—and what will. For furth…
 
As a 2020 presidential candidate, Julián Castro proposed radically reforming United States immigration policy by putting people first. Previously he served as President Barack Obama’s Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and spent three terms as mayor of San Antonio, Texas. In 2018 Castro published his memoir, An Unlikely Journey: Waking Up f…
 
MosaixToday with Rachel and Mark kicks-off Season 2 with a 4-part summer series featuring sociologist Dr. George Yancey and focused on his forthcoming book, Beyond Racial Division (IVP, February 2022). In this episode, Rachel and Mark ask him: What is CRT or as you discuss more consistently, anti-racism: in what way(s) are these helpful in theory o…
 
Historian Dr. Robin D.G. Kelley is the Gary B. Nash Professor of History at UCLA and the author of Hammer and Hoe: Alabama Communists During the Great Depression and Freedom Dreams: The Black Radical Imagination. Dr. Kendi and Dr. Kelley have a deep discussion on the roots of the modern American labor movements, racial capitalism, and how we can cr…
 
Jemele Hill is an award-winning sports journalist, a writer at The Atlantic, and host of the Unbothered podcast. She was a co-host of SportsCenter on ESPN and a Senior Correspondent and Columnist for their website, The Undefeated, before leaving the network in 2018. Dr. Kendi and Hill have a thought-provoking conversation about overhauling sports –…
 
You know about IQ… and your emotional intelligence is EQ. But what about your CQ? When it comes to overcoming cross-cultural tensions, we’ve been self-diagnosing and guessing at remedies for far too long... Yes, it’s long past time for organizations (like yours) to take a more informed and intentional approach. By first assessing and then improving…
 
For a long time Don Lemon was America’s only Black prime-time news anchor. He now hosts Don Lemon Tonight on CNN every weeknight and serves as a CNN correspondent. He is also the author of a new, deeply personal and reflective book called, This Is the Fire: What I Say to My Friends About Racism. Lemon shares his experience as a Black gay man, the r…
 
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