Tonia Bui, founder of Politics Within Politics (see detailed biography below), joins the podcast for its lucky 88th episode to talk about her extensive experience working on local and state-level campaigns, why local political engagement…

Piper Perabo, Golden Globe nominated actress and political activist joins the podcast to talk about why she’s become politically active, why she’s opposed to Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, and the many things everyone can do to…

Chris Lu, former Deputy Labor Secretary, White House Cabinet Secretary, and current Senior Fellow at the Miller Center of the University of Virginia returns to the podcast to do a wide-ranging interview to shed light…

Dr. Tung Nguyen, of the Asian American Research Center on Health, joins Kevin for the interview. They talk about Dr. Nguyen’s work in the Obama Administration, as well as his upbringing as a Vietnamese immigrant from…

Christine Johnson, Candidate for San Francisco Supervisor District 6, joins the podcast to talk about her growing up story, why she loves local politics and is running for the supervisor position, and how she plans…

Sri Kulkarni, Congressional Candidate in Texas-22 and long-time foreign service officer, shares his story growing up in rough neighborhoods, serving the United States abroad for more than a decade, and how his campaign outreach has…

Jenn Fang, founder of Reappropriate.co, the longest running blog on Asian-American feminism and race activism, joins the podcast to share her personal story and experience with racism, early days of Asian-American online activism, the genesis of…

Oxford Kondo, co-founder and team member of Plan A Magazine, an Asian-American identity focused online magazine, joins the podcast to talk about his journey into AAPI identity issues the origin of Plan A Magazine, WMAF,…

Kimberly Yam, Editor at Asian Voices of the Huffington Post joins the podcast to share her journey, from being ashamed of her Asian heritage, to discovering Hideki Matsui and becoming proud of her identity, to…