Culture Class Podcast

Culture Class Podcast

A podcast that encourages people to learn from one another. In our class, everyone is a student of life. Let's talk! Support, Advertise or Discover more here: linktr.ee/cultureclasspodcast Email: cutureclasspodcast@gmail.com

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July 19, 2021 42 min
Chulu is a Zambian woman who founded Africana Woman; a purpose driven tribe committed to uplifting the African Woman by exploring topics considered taboo in African Culture. She talks growing up in Zambia and shares nuggets about Southern Africa.
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Alec is a PhD Candidate at the University of Texas. He is also the co-founder of Van Heron Labs; a bio-engineering company. He talks about how he found a passion for science, how capitalism can help scientific innovation and current ethical issues within the science community.
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Tara moved from Toronto to Israel with her Family. She talks about being a cultural English instructor for non-native English speakers, how her kids are adjusting to life in Israel and why cultural differences can be a hinderance to connecting with others.
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June 28, 2021 106 min
Raphael is a US Navy veteran. He kicks it with Nosa, reminiscing on early memories growing up in Nigeria, how he joined the Military and what he's learnt being a Father.
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@glitcheuphoria Jayden Carr talks about growing up with a father in the NBA, how he got into EDM and his love for augmented reality.
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In this concluding episode, Aura shares her experience protesting in the streets of Washington DC and how Black House Autonomous Zone came to being
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In the wake of the George Floyd killing, Aura was arrested for defying the LA curfew. Upon release, she and some newly found friends proceeded on a road trip to Washington DC with a mission to register their displeasure publicly against systemic racism and other injustices. Throwing caution to the wind, they were ready to fight fire with fire and their actions eventually led to the creation of the Black House Autonomous Zone.
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May 31, 2021 50 min
From issues with her former record label Tiny Entertainment to how she likes to be loved to early childhood days in Jos; Nigerian artistes Bella Alubo gets vulnerable on this episode. Bella's spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4QorJVeBcR8p3rOveZtpSk?si=t-aV2rOBTtSzzItAgr6WNQ
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Assigned the female sex at birth, Dr. Elijah Nicholas spent over half of his life in the US Military, retiring as a Lt Col in 2012. Transitioning from female-to-male in 2018 manifested because Dr. Elijah could no longer live his core values of Authenticity, Integrity, and Transparency. He talks to the podcast about struggles within his family, the military and the church while attempting to live his truth. Buy his book: https://w...
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Korean-American J.S. Park is a hospital chaplain, former atheist, author & sixth degree black belt who talks about growing up in a dojo, cultural influences, what he's learnt being close to death and how we can find out one true voice in a world of noise. He also discusses Stop Asian Hate and Black Live Matter
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Rodney Gainous Jr is an African-American technology entrepreneur, engineer, and author who made over $200,000 from his early coding project in high school. In 2016, Rodney sold everything and moved to Silicon Valley to pursue his career as a Software Engineer. Raised to believe that anything is possible, “I can’t” has never been a part of his vocabulary. He talks to Culture Class about his journey in the tech industry and his lat...
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Nine has been a burner for almost a decade. He shares his experience going to the annual Nevada festival focused on community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance. More info on https://burningman.org/
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Nine is a performance anxiety coach, mental health advocate and a practical spirituality teacher. We talk trauma and therapy in this episode about mental health.
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April 19, 2021 41 min
Juvelly is an artiste from Congo Brazzaville.
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Anavee speaks on her Mexican American culture, experience growing up in shelters, why she got into music and how she plans on performing at Coachella someday.
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Grace talks about her conservative Irish heritage, why she moved and the struggles of being polyamorous.
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James is a pickpocket entertainment Magician from Canada. Does he use his magic skills for nefarious or illegal stuff? Is there a difference between magic and voodoo? Find out in this episode.
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March 22, 2021 71 min
Consciousness? Applied Spirituality? Third Eye? Parallel Universe? Systemic Racism? Monopoly? New Internet? Interconnectivity? Human Operating Systems? Internetworking? We'll allow you guys make up your minds about this interview. Enjoy.
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Brenda was born in Gabon but grew up in the US and Cameroon before moving to Canada later in life. She talks about the culture shock she experienced after moving to Cameroon at 8, how she started her Ankara inspired fashion line and why she wrote her first book. Brenda's website: https://melapteh.com/
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iAsia grew up in Queens, NY and talks about surviving the concrete jungle, joining the military, seeing the world, the importance of therapy and working in the tech industry. Her new podcast 'The Butterly Revolution' launches March 10th, 2021 everywhere.
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