Listen (AAPI Heritage Month)

Modern Minorities

Sharon Lee Thony and Raman Sehgal are joined by folks of all stripes--entrepreneurs, corporates, athletes, reporters, politicians, entertainers, and more--to uncover how our different cultural backgrounds shape how we uniquely experience the world.

 

Dear Asian Americans

"Dear Asian Americans" is a podcast for and by Asian Americans, focusing on authentic storytelling rooted in origin, identity, and legacy. Host Jerry Won brings on guests from diverse backgrounds and career paths to celebrate, support, and inspire the Asian American community.

 

It's Personal

Joanna Ho talks with host Gary Gray about "Eyes That Kiss In The Corners," family time, and social justice.

Listen (Autism Acceptance Month)

Hacking Autism

Kelsey Terry is a fellow spectrum dweller that believes Asperger's Syndrome is her secret sauce for success in life. She discusses what it means to leverage autism as an unfair advantage.

Turn Autism Around

Topics include the early signs of autism, stimming and scripting, handling self-injurious behavior and aggression, and the medical, financial, and political aspects of autism.

Spectrum Autism Research

Discussions about autism research. Recent episode topics include gene mutation, oxytocin research, and disparities in diagnosis across cultures and communities.

Josh Has Autism

 Josh is diagnosed on the autism spectrum and lives with Sonya, his mom. They talk with each other and with autism experts, as well as other individuals on the spectrum and their family members.

Listen (Women's History Month)

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

"The Podcast is a fairy tale audio adventure about extraordinary real-life women throughout history. Based on the bestselling book series, episodes are narrated by renowned innovators, creators, leaders, and champions of the Rebel Girls community. Tune in to experience an inspiring spectrum of female excellence."

 

And Nothing Less

"Throughout the fight for women’s right to vote, generations of diverse activists demanded full access to the ballot box. Hosts Rosario Dawson and Retta guide us through this seven-part series from the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission and PRX, bringing us the stories we didn’t learn in our history books. "And Nothing Less" is the NPS's official podcast commemorating 100 years of the 19th Amendment and women's constitutional right to vote."

 

Listen (Black History Month)

Flyest Fables

Antoine, a young boy bullied in school, finds a magical book that transports him into the world of Princess Keisha, who is on a quest to save her mother and the entire Kingdom of Orleans.

Story Corps

Celebrate Black History Month by listening to stories of Black identity, struggles, and excellence in America.

Code Switch Episodes for Kids

Code Switch is a multi-racial, multi-generational team of journalists fascinated by the overlapping themes of race, ethnicity and culture. Here is a curated list of kid-friendly Code Switch episodes. 

First Name Basis

For parents but kid-friendly, includes matter-of-fact discussions about tone policing, cultural appropriation, representation, cancel culture, privilege, bias, and talking to kids about racism.

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