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Ep. 12: Grandma. Temple. Buddhist. Internet.

Ep. 12: Grandma. Temple. Buddhist. Internet.

Kate and Yoko chat with Gary Chou, faculty member at SVA and founder of Orbital NYC about how his grandmother's trip to a temple changed his life, his love of networks, and his involvement in Letters for Black Lives.

Show Notes:

Read Typecast as a terrorist, by Pakistani actor, rapper, super duper hottie, and Yoko's model minority, Riz Ahmed.

Listen to: Paris (Sam Tiba Remix) by Kate's model minority Kohh, It G Ma by Keith Ape, and Dat $tick by Rich Chigga to hear some dope ass Asians in hip hop, all from different countries! Also major shoutout to Ghostface Killah who jumped on Dat $tick remix  #gamerecognizegame 

Major shoutout to SOSUPERSAM, amazing DJ and founding member of 143. Thanks for always introducing us and reminding us of dope ass music. 

Check out Candy Chang's installation in New Orleans called "Before I Die..."

Definitely read the different Letters for Black Lives, now translated in over 20 languages.

All Asians will get a chuckle out of this Onion article. All our white friends will probably be super confused.

We will never apologize for liking spam musubi.

Ep. 13: Inclusion, Equality, and Progress

Ep. 13: Inclusion, Equality, and Progress

Ep. 11: Passing the Glow Up

Ep. 11: Passing the Glow Up