Frank Shyong, reporter at the LA Times joins the podcast to share his upbringing from Michigan and Tennessee to LA, reporting on food and Asian-American culture, and his take on how “Crazy Rich Asians” brought…

Hua Hsu, associate professor at Vassar College and writer at the New Yorker, talks to Kevin about the genesis of his writing career, to the unique aspects of writing for the New Yorker, to his…

Chang Chiu, co-founder of Chinese American Progressive Action, joins this podcast this week to talk about his story growing up in Texas to progressive politics. They talk about Chang’s unconventional entrance into the realm of…

Tony and Kevin share some stories and pro-tips for all the field organizers and volunteers who will be doing Get-Out-The-Vote (GOTV) for the 2018 Midterm Elections. Subscribe: Apple Podcast | Spotify | Stitcher | Google…

Janelle Wong, professor of American Studies at University of Maryland, author and senior research at AAPIdata.com, joins the podcast to share her person story, perspective on the ongoing debate on affirmative action within and outside of…

Model Majority Podcast visits the University of Rochester to speak to students at an event hosted by the Asian American Alliance, where Kevin Xu and Punya Krishnappa discuss political activism, civic engagement, and AAPI identity…

Cayden Mak, Executive Director of 18 Million Rising, joins the podcast to talk about his story growing up as a Midwest Asian, his first act of activism in high school, and now devoting his life…

Dr. Howard Koh, former Assistant Secretary of Health at HHS and professor at Harvard, joins the pod to talk about his personal story from being a physician to a health policy maker to a professor,…

Kevin and Tony dedicate this episode to talk about the monumental Senate testimony of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh on Kavanaugh’s sexual assault of Dr. Ford. We also take a moment of levity…