Mixed Up with Xavier The X-Man and Sheryl Love
Summary: Mixed Up is a podcast from a multicultural perspective. We talk about family and discuss ways that we can keep the family strong and together. Topics include embracing our mixed culture, issues affecting the family unit, ways we can connect with our children and community. Plus, we tell our own stories and compare notes!
Jessie J. Holland, Author of “Black Panther: Who Is The Black Panther?” explains why this movie is so important for American Culture.
Xavier & Sheryl welcome 2018 with focus and change, and discuss hanging out with their mixed up family during the holidays.
Sheryl helps Xavier discover his Filipino side by taking him to eat “Chocolate Blood” and more at Tita's Kitchenette!
“Becoming MexiPino” author & ASU Professor Dr. Rudy Guevarra Jr. breaks down the history of the blending of Mexican & Filipino communities, The UFW, & MexiPino Food.
Seven things that you need to know about marriage before you take the big plunge.
The hosts discuss their stories about having to pick one culture and realizing that they don’t belong.
Special guest Sonia Smith-Kang, owner of Mixed Up clothing & organizer of Mixed Heritage Day at Dodgers Stadium, drops knowledge about being ambicultural.
Xavier thinks Sheryl's son is too young to have his own phone and to be on social media. She thinks Xavier is full of it and breaks it down from her point of view.
Xavier The X-Man talks about growing up eating tacos & lumpia and learning the meaning of hard work from his MexiPino parents.
Sheryl Love was a teen mom who wanted a college education. She would be the first in her family to obtain a masters degree. Hear her story!
Xavier The X-Man talks about being the son of a PTSD WWII/Korean War veteran and Sheryl Love opens up about not having her Navy Father around much while growing up.
Sheryl Love's son is an avid "hip hop head", but he doesn’t really understand the music because he’s only 12 years old. And Xavier The X-Man doesn’t want to force his son to listen to his oldies, so instead he’s easing him in with this Old School group.