Immigrantly

My name is Saadia Khan. I am a social entrepreneur and the founder and host of Immigrantly. Immigrantly is a weekly podcast that deconstructs the archaic stereotypes of what it means to be an immigrant, a child of immigrants, a person of color, and everything in between. Each episode brings a fresh perspective on the issues we address. Our conversations are complex, challenging, and often messy. But I wouldn’t trade the messiness for anything, because what we have created instead is a new, ongoing dialogue full of rich nuances.

http://immigrantlypod.com

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 40m. Bisher sind 97 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich
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Special Minisode- America's History of Family Separation


This special minisode focuses on America’s immigration history in the context of family separation. It debunks the notion that the concept of family separation is new. The episode showcases how children have been separated from their families time...


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 2020-02-11  21m
 
 

episode 59: An Insider-Outsider Perspective


Saks Afridi is a New York-based Pakistani American artist who explores the dichotomy of being an insider/outsider. Through his work, he recreates the historical and cultural narratives to highlight social issues. Saks collaborates with weavers,...


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 2020-01-07  49m
 
 

episode 60: Can We All Just Get Along?


Mairav Zonszein is a second-generation Israeli American journalist and editor who writes about Israel-Palestine conflict and its role in U.S. politics. She was born and raised in NY., but she has spent most of her adult life in Israel. Saadia talks to...


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 2020-01-14  36m
 
 

episode 61: "We Want a Better Life for the Kids”


We all have an idea of what an American dream is, but how would you define an American nightmare? Aarti and her family encountered every obstacle that an immigrant family can run into in America. She is the author of a memoir; Here We Are American...


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 2020-01-21  49m
 
 

episode 62: "That's the Cause of Your Problem"


Dr. Simran Jeet Singh is a writer, a religious scholar, activist, and author. He regularly speaks on issues of diversity, equity, hate, violence, race, and religion, inspiring others around him. He also frequently offers his perspectives to...


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 2020-01-28  40m
 
 

episode 63: "You See the Other Side"


Nusrat Alam and Jo'rell Whitfield are changemakers. They are the co-founders of I am Perspective (IAP). IAP aims to create a united society by fostering empathy, awareness, growth, and genuine human connection through open and honest dialogue between...


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 2020-02-04  39m
 
 

episode 64: It's Up to Us to Tell Our Stories


Annie Tan is a Chinese American Special Education teacher, writer, activist, and storyteller from Chinatown, in New York. Annie has been featured in the New York Times, the Huffington Post, and The Moth Radio Hour on NPR. She will be featured in the...


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 2020-02-11  50m
 
 

episode 65: "We Keep Each Other Honest"


Shamim Sarif is a British novelist and filmmaker. Her work often focuses on various aspects of identity; including gender, race, and sexuality. It often draws upon her own personal experience with cross-cultural, non-heterosexual love. Sarif described...


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 2020-02-18  46m
 
 

episode 66: “I Have Lived Both Sides"


Wardah Khalid is a policy analyst, activist, and speaker on U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East, refugees/immigration, and Islam in America. She currently works on Capitol Hill as an APAICS Congressional Fellow. She is the Founder and President of...


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 2020-02-25  44m
 
 

episode 67: "Inherent Love of Exploration"


Xiao Wang is the co-founder and CEO of the Seattle-based startup, Boundless. Boundless is an immigration company with a mission to “empower families to navigate the immigration system more confidently, rapidly, and affordably.” In 2018, they...


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 2020-03-03  47m
 
 
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