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Dr. Leana Wen (with Rock the Boat)

In partnership with Rock The Boat Podcast, we bring you an interview with Dr. Leana Wen, as part of a series of episodes featuring Asian American political leaders, activists, and advocates. In case you forgot,... Read More
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188: Re-activist to Activist with Olivia Cheng

Olivia Cheng (https://twitter.com/ThatOliviaCheng), actress and activist, talks to Kevin about the ups and downs that led to her acting career, her parents, the motivations behind her vocal activism, her work in Marco Polo and Warrior,... Read More
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187: Election, Vaccine, Transition

The cohost crew (Jenn, Kevin, Tony) returns after recovering (somewhat) from the election to discuss how each person processed this election season. Jenn also provides important information on the Pfizer’s vaccine news and its various... Read More
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Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou (with Rock the Boat)

In partnership with Rock The Boat Podcast, we bring you an interview with NY Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou, as part of a series of episodes featuring Asian American political leaders, activists, and advocates for the 2020... Read More
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Senator Tammy Duckworth (with Rock the Boat)

In partnership with Rock The Boat Podcast, we bring you an interview with Senator Tammy Duckworth, as part of a series of episodes featuring Asian American political leaders, activists, and advocates for the 2020 election... Read More
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186: Weightlifting Out of Racism with Amazin Lethi

Amazin Lethi (https://twitter.com/amazinlethi) — athlete, author, and advocate — joins the podcast to share with Kevin her incredible life story: growing up in Australia as a Vietnamese transracial adoptee in a harsh environment of intense... Read More
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185: From Immigrant to Local Leader with Hongbin Gu

Hongbin Gu (https://twitter.com/hongbin4council), Town Councilmember of Chapel Hill, NC, joins the podcast to share her incredible life story from growing in China during the Cultural Revolution to serving her local town council in Chapel Hill,... Read More
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184: RIP RBG, AAPI Candidates, COVID Mental Health

Jenn Fang (https://twitter.com/reappropriate) cohosts with Kevin (https://twitter.com/kevinsxu) and Tony (https://twitter.com/AnthonyNagatani) to talk about mental health during COVID, the passing of Justice Ginsburg, and the AAPI candidates that have been featured on Reappropriate.co Subscribe: Apple Podcast| Castbox| Spotify| Stitcher| Google Play| TuneIn... Read More
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183: PAC that A$$ with Linh Nguyen

Linh Nguyen (https://twitter.com/l4nguyen), executive director of the Super PAC, PAC that A$$, and seasoned political organizer who’s worked on campaigns like: Cory Booker for president and Beto O’Rourke for Senate, joins the podcast to have... Read More
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182: Has China Won? With Prof. Kishore Mahbubani

Prof. Kishore Mahbubani (https://twitter.com/mahbubani_k) joins the podcast to talk about his new book, “Has China Won?“. He and Kevin had an in-depth discussion about why America is being lazy to generalize China into the Chinese... Read More
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181: Friendship During COVID

Jenn Fang (https://twitter.com/reappropriate) of Reappropriate.co joins Tony (https://twitter.com/AnthonyNagatani) and Kevin (https://twitter.com/kevinsxu) for a long overdue conversation about life during COVID. We talked about Tony’s plasma donation, Jenn’s life as a young parent, Kevin’s Hamilton trivia,... Read More
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178: Allyship Series with Pearl Low

Pearl Low (https://twitter.com/Fumi_chun), an Afro-Asian Oscar Winning Story Artist, Illustrator and Comics Artist based in Vancouver, Canada, joins the podcast’s “Allyship Series” with the Black community to discuss unique challenges she has faced as a... Read More
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177: Allyship Series with Jesse Moore

Jesse Moore, former White House speechwriter and associate director for public engagement, returns to the podcast for our “Allyship Series” with the Black community to share his experience doing training with the NYPD, the police... Read More
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176: Allyship Series with Brandon West

Brandon West (https://twitter.com/westforcouncil), candidate for New York City Council’s 39th District, joins the podcast’s “Allyship Series” with the Black community to discuss what “defund the police” actually means from a policy and budgetary perspective, how... Read More
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175: Allyship Series with Charmion Kinder

Charmion Kinder (https://twitter.com/charmionkinder), Founder & Chief Impact Officer, CNKinder, Inc., global head of PR for Global Citizen and former press aide to First Lady Michelle Obama, joins the podcast’s “Allyship Series” with the Black community... Read More
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174: Allyship Series with Arthur Tripp

Arthur Tripp (https://twitter.com/ArthurTrippJr) candidate for State Senate in Georgia joins the podcast’s “Allyship Series” with the Black community to discuss why he’s running for office as an Independent, how he reacted to George Floyd’s murder... Read More
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173: The Nerd We Need with Ronnie Chatterji

Ronnie Chatterji (@RonnieChatterji) candidate for State Treasurer in North Carolina, Duke University professor, and former economic policy adviser to President Obama chats with Kevin about why he is “The Nerd We Need” in North Carolina... Read More
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172: Tony Got COVID

Tony Nagatani (@anthonynagatani), our dear podcast cohost got COVID-19. (Don’t worry, he’s recovered now.) In this bonus episode, Tony recounts his experience having symptoms, eventually getting tested, and notifying his friends to do his part... Read More
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171: No More Bullying! with Maulik Pancholy

Maulik Pancholy (@MaulikPancholy) actor, author, activist, and co-founder of Act to Change, joins the podcast to talk with Kevin about his anti-bullying activism work, the origin and mission of Act to Change, and the organization’s... Read More
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170: Vote Like South Korea?

Jenn Fang (@reappropriate) of Reappropriate.co joins Tony and Kevin for the monthly co-host discussion to talk about why we don’t feel very celebratory going into this year’s Asian American and Pacific Islanders Heritage Month, and... Read More
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