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Episode 35: Nadya Okamoto – Dismantling the Stigma and Negative Connotations of Menstruation

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Episode 35: Nadya Okamoto - Dismantling the Stigma and Negative Connotations of Menstruation
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A social entrepreneur, speaker, author and activist, Nadya Okamoto is a fierce advocate for destigmatizing periods and mental health. At the age of 16, Nadya founded PERIOD (period.org), a non profit organization fighting to end period poverty and stigma.

Episode 34: Uncovering the History of Racial Hate Against Filipinos in Short Film “No Dogs”, Georgina Tolentino & Alex Fabros

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Episode 34: Uncovering the History of Racial Hate Against Filipinos in Short Film "No Dogs", Georgina Tolentino & Alex Fabros
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The writers of “No Dogs” share the importance of exploring deep-rooted and undiscovered racial history. Georgina Tolentino and Alex Fabros worked together to bring important Filipino history to light.

Episode 33: Leader in Advocacy and Change for Los Angeles, Councilwoman Nithya Raman

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Episode 33: Leader in Advocacy and Change for Los Angeles, Councilwoman Nithya Raman
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In this episode of Asian Voices Radio, Councilwoman Raman shares her personal thoughts on her work and what continues to motivate her as an urban planner and activist.

Episode 32: Sabrina Chu and Asian Youth Center (AYC)

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Episode 32: Sabrina Chu and Asian Youth Center (AYC)
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Sabrina Chu is the Development/Grants Manager at AYC in San Gabriel, CA. Asian Youth Center (AYC) is a community-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization established in 1989, whose mission is to empower low-income, immigrant, and at-risk youth, of all communities, to overcome barriers to success through the provision of culturally and linguistically competent education, employment, and social services.

Episode 31: Crystal Ro – Taboo Topics and Pop Culture Through Comics and Art

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Episode 31: Crystal Ro - Taboo Topics and Pop Culture Through Comics and Art
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Period problems, Keanu Reeves as Disney Princesses, and blunt humor, Crystal Ro commands comedy through her comic art. As a Snr. Buzzfeed Editor, her art has met the screens of thousands across the world-but what’s her story?

Episode 28: Kirk Kellerhals and Canh Oxelson

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Episode 28: Kirk Kellerhals and Canh Oxelson
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Based on their past, Kirk and Cahn are working to build bridges and reconnect families through their organization, Sea2C, or SEA (South East Asian) Coast2Coast Foundation.

Episode 24: Kiki Yeung, Founder of Crazy Woke Asians

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Episode 24: Kiki Yeung, Founder of Crazy Woke Asians
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Kiki was born in Hong Kong. Her family landed in Seattle, Washington when she was twelve years old. She is now the producer of the hit comedy show, Crazy Woke Asians. In this episode, she shares more about her personal background, and what inspires her work as a comedian and community leader.

Episode 23: Dr. Marissa Pei on Discovering Self

Episode 23: Dr. Marissa Pei on Discovering Self
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Dr. Marissa Pei shares her personal journey that has motivated her to help others through discovering themselves through differences and adversity.

Episode 15: Sheena Yap Chan and Representation

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Episode 15: Sheena Yap Chan and Representation
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On this episode of Asian Voice Radio, Sheena Yap Chan brings attention to the lack of representation for Asian women in media, and what steps need to be taken to bring their stories into the mainstream. In order to represent the experiences and lives of Asian women, all of the stories need to be shared so that other community members and future generations can share these experiences.

Episode 12: Dr. Amy Kim on Mental Health

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Episode 12: Dr. Amy Kim on Mental Health
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How can we take care of our minds, despite the stigmatization of mental health? What steps can we take to improve our thoughts? Licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Amy Kim, shares her expertise on Asian Voices Radio.

Episode 9: Sasha Foo

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Episode 9: Sasha Foo
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Sasha Foo was the first Asian American news anchor on CNN Atlanta, but recently left her decades long career to pursue interests she had “left on the back burner”. How did she start her career? What was it like to leave? Listen now.

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