Mixed Chicks Chat
Summary: Mixed Chicks Chat is a live, weekly podcast about being racially and culturally Mixed. Hosts Heidi Durrow and Fanshen Cox tackle everything from whether Mixed people should/can use the 'N' word, hair tips, political agendas and relationships, all from a Mixed race perspective. You can call in on Wednesdays and join the discussion live, or send them an e-mail or blog comment and participate in the discussion.
What messages do bi and multiracial people get about their bodies and how does it differ among races and cultures?
How does being bi or multilingual affect your life as a Mixed person?
Nate Creekmore won the Charles M. Schulz award for College Cartooning as part of the Scripps Howard Foundation's National Journalism Awards (twice), won the Associated Collegiate Press Cartooning Competition, created storyboards for a Randy Travis music video, does freelance illustrations for the Nashville Scene newspaper and San Francisco based Level Playing Field Institute, illustrated 2004-2005 yearbook for Lipscomb University, is working under a development deal with Universal Press Syndicate and he once stayed awake for 3 days in a row.
'Passing for White' is a familiar concept to Mixed folks, but what about when we choose to identify as Black? Are we 'Passing for Black'?
Lively discussion on defining Affirmative Action and whether multiracials should benefit.
Maya Lilly Ã??Ã?Â¢?? Writer/Producer/Performer - Born on the corner of Art and Activism, Maya has worked ardently to combine the two for most of her life. During her BFA years at The Juilliard School in Acting, Maya was awarded an Udall Congressional award (2002) for her work using the arts as environmental change. Her film, Karma, Confessions and Holi premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this year, and her film Ten Seconds to Midnight premiered last month at the Kodak in collaboration with the Elevate Film Festival, for which she is also a proud Producer. Her original show MIXED has been garnering critical praise in its 2-year tour around America, based on interviews with people who check Ã??Ã?Â¢??OtherÃ??Ã?Â¢??. For more information about Maya, please go to www.MAYALILLY.COM. This show is dedicated to her stellar parents, Mom and Ã??Ã?Â¢??Bubby.Ã??Ã?Â¢??
As a Jew of mixed ancestry (Sephardic-Spanish, African American, Senegalese, French, etc.) Ehav has an interesting view of issues that affect Jews, Israelis, African Americans, Americans, religious people, non-religious people, etc. Any topic is game.
In this version, Ehav calls in 10 minutes into the episode. As a Jew of mixed ancestry (Sephardic-Spanish, African American, Senegalese, French, etc.) Ehav has an interesting view of issues that affect Jews, Israelis, African Americans, Americans, religious people, non-religious people, etc. Any topic is game.
Becky Sarah's daughter adopted a Chinese child, and now Becky is exploring not only what it means to be a grandmother, but also what it means to be a grandmother to a granddaughter of a different race.
The sequel to the very popular and enlightening 'White Daddies with Mixed Kids' What are the differences and similarities?
How is being a darkskinned Mixed Chicks different than being a lightskinned one?
Mixed babies sent to U.S., community secrets, the evolution of the Mixed Chicks
Do parents of different races have different parenting styles? Does the style have to do with race, culture or other factors?
Our guests this week are performing the world premiere of "So Fresh and So Clean" a new hip-hop theater piece that combines comedy, spoken word poetry and beatboxing. (Imagine the Smothers Brothers meet Rahzel combined with that book of Truly Tasteless Jokes that you used to carry in your backpack during grade school.) Dr. Cornel West says that, Ã¢??JoeÃ¢??s work offers a fresh perspective that is both honest and insightful.Ã¢?? When Queen Latifah first saw Josh perform, she immediately exclaimed on the mic, Ã¢??That kid is fresh!Ã¢?? Ã¢??So Fresh and So CleanÃ¢?? Directed by Benjamin Byron Davis ONE NIGHT ONLY! Thursday, February 21st, 2008 at 8pm bang Comedy Theatre 457 N. Fairfax Hollywood, CA 90036 (1 bl North of Canter's) www.bangstudio.com box office: 323-653-886 Tix: $10 Street parking or $5 paylot NE corner Fairfax & Rosewood
A discussion on Barack Obama and why he did or did not win the primary.