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.
Michael (Micro) Durrow talks with us about his Mixed Experience.
EPISODE 247- Mixed Chicks Chat on Mixed News
EPISODE 246- Mixed Chicks Chat Mixed Bag Episode
Don't miss this chat with Jason Graham aka Mosley Wotta www.mosleywotta.com - spoken word artist extraordinaire!
We are excited to talk with Keith Mar whose work has focused on the Mixed experience. And he's part of a lovely Mixed family. Don't miss this!
Mixed chick, blogger, and new listener Hana Leigh shares her Mixed experience! And a guest co-host Schoen Smith!
We're talking with filmmaker and mixed chick Lila Anton about growing up mixed in Japan and her seriously awesome web series, Raizin in the Sun. www.lilaanton.com
A Mixed Bag episode!
Listener Frances Hughes talks with us about autism in the mixed experience and when is it time to have the "R" Talk.
Author of The Mimic's Own Voice (novella).
EPISODE 238 - Mixed Chicks Chat with actor, Sean Michael Boozer
Abbi Crutchfield keeps her plate full in New York City by writing, performing stand-up, improvisational and sketch comedy, and producing a live comedy hour called "The Living Room Show". She has been seen on MTV and VH1 and contributes regularly to TheApiary.org and HipSlopeMama.blogspot.com In the second half hour we will speak with student Josh Peters.
Tracy McMillan is a television writer and memoirist, most recently on the Emmy-award-winning AMC series, MAD MEN. Previously, she wrote on Showtime's UNITED STATES OF TARA, ABC's LIFE ON MARS, and NBC's JOURNEYMAN. I LOVE YOU AND I' M LEAVING YOU ANYWAY is Tracy's first book. Born and raised in Minneapolis, Tracy spent years in the foster-care system. After graduating from the University of Utah with a broadcast-journalism degree, she wrote and produced television news way, way longer than she wanted to - at such outlets as NBC Nightly News, WNBC-TV, KNBC-TV, and Access Hollywood. Tracy's articles and essays have appeared in a number of print publications and websites. She is a regular performer at Sit-n-Spin on the Comedy Central stage in Los Angeles. For fun, Tracy writes and records music that she likes to think might be big in France. She also reads textbooks on marriage and family therapy, takes impromptu portraits of interesting-looking strangers and drinks coffee in foreign countries whenever possible. She is the mother of a 13-year-old boy, and lives in Los Angeles.
Author of the New York Times Bestseller The Story of Beautiful Girl. "It is 1968. Lynnie, a young white woman with a developmental disability, and Homan, an African American deaf man, are locked away in an institution, the School for the Incurable and Feebleminded, and have been left to languish, forgotten. Deeply in love, they escape, and find refuge in the farmhouse of Martha, a retired schoolteacher and widow. "
EPISODE 280 - Fanshen's Storycorps