Ethnically Ambiguous

Ethnically Ambiguous

A podcast about being Middle Eastern and immigrants in America, hosted by two friends, an Iranian and a Syrian, telling you what's up.... Show More

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March 1, 2021 69 min

In episode 188, we are joined by farmer and herbalist Samaria Marley to talk about her upbringing and adoption, how she found her way to farming, music, her work with Dreaming Out Loud and the DC Mutual Aid Apothecary, the farm she works with (Farm At Kelly Miller), and so much more! Plus a special appearance from Juniper! Follow Samaria on Instagram at @cosmicfarmer_ to keep up with her work!!

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February 22, 2021 65 min

In episode 187, the girls are joined by Ayumi Shinozaki, who is based in Japan, to talk about being raised in a mixed race family, feeling isolated as a child, how her parents met, the cultural differences she noticed between the US and Japan, and much more! Follow Ayumi on Twitter and Instagram at @ayusheknows and check out her podcast Sparkleside Chats with Magical Girl Ayu.


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February 15, 2021 65 min

In episode 186, the girls are joined by writer, performer, and Crush Fictionally co-host Kimberly Truong to discuss her upbringing in Florida, how her mother immigrated to America from Vietnam, her family dynamics, finding her way to Los Angeles and comedy, and so much more! Check out her podcast Crush Fictionally and follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @kimtrutrutru.

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February 8, 2021 65 min

In episode 185, the girls are joined by Crush Fictionally podcast co-host Michelle Viray to talk about her father's experience immigrating to America from the Philippines, her family dynamics in America, her career, looking like her aunts, how she met her podcast co-host, and so much more! Go listen to Crush Fictionally and follow them on Instagram at @crushfictionally to hear about new eps and follow Michelle on Instagram ...

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February 1, 2021 60 min

In episode 184, the ladies are joined by writer and podcaster Jabari Ali Davis. They talk about meeting him on Twitter, how upbringing in Los Angeles, how he got into writing about sports, his current career, the NBA, and so much more! Check out his podcast Dunks and Discourse and follow him on Twitter at @JabariDavisNBA and on Instagram at @jabariadavis.

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January 25, 2021 70 min

In episode 183, the girls are joined by CJ Toledano. They get into his upbringing and college experience, how he discovered comedy in Chicago, his career trajectory, his love of the NBA, his new creative sports studio entitled Follow Through, and so much more! Follow CJ on Twitter and Instagram at @CJToledano. Also check out his iHeart podcast The Greatest, available where all podcasts are!

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January 18, 2021 68 min

In episode 182, the girls are joined by Big Money Players executive producer Olivia Aguilar to talk about her upbringing in Michigan, her parents work ethic, why she decided to start producing and booking live comedy, her path to Big Money Players, and so much more! Listen to all the BMP shows she produces (Poog, My Momma Told Me, Bald Talk, True Romance & more to come! ) and follow her on Twitter at @aguilarolivia and on I...

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January 11, 2021 72 min

In episode 181, the girls are joined by Rafael Shimunov to discuss his immigration to America from Uzbekistan, his upbringing in New York, his work as an activist for numerous organizations like The Jewish Vote and Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, using his voice as a Jewish man standing up for Palestine, his infamous Ellen / Iraq war edit on Twitter, and more! Follow Rafael on Twitter at @rafaelshimunov and on Instagram a...

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January 4, 2021 67 min

In episode 180, the girls are joined by multi-disciplinary artist Kianah Jay to talk about her work as musician TwoLips, growing up Black and indigenous, how her identity informs her work, the concept of womb healing, her upcoming artist residency, and so much more! It's an interesting discussion about identity, art, and finding yourself in a world that wasn't created for you. Also check out TwoLip's new EP entitled PSY...

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December 28, 2020 86 min

In episode 179, the girls are joined by Palestinian-American political activist Linda Sarsour. It's an exciting episode where they discuss Linda's upbringing, how she got into activism, her work with the Women's March, standing up against American zionists, the Georgia run-off elections, what today's Democratic Party stands for, and so much more. This is NOT the one to miss! Follow Linda on Twitter and Instagram at ...

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December 21, 2020 67 min

In episode 178, the girls are joined by comedian Greg Edwards! They get into his upbringing in Virginia, finding his way to San Francisco and then Los Angeles, the importance of having a comedy community, his Red Line art series, and so much more! Follow him on Instagram at @gregcomedy and on Twitter at @GregtheGrouch and find his art on this website! And then check out his comedy on this site!

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December 14, 2020 72 min

In episode 177, the girls are joined by comedian, podcaster, and activist Derrick Lemos to discuss his upbringing in the desert, finding his way to comedy and activism, how he became a sperm donor for a friend, and so much more! They also talk about accountability and acknowledging your privilege. Follow Derrick on instagram and twitter at @DerrickLemos. And check out his podcast Mansplain Yourself.

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December 7, 2020 75 min

In episode 176, the girls are joined by artist and activist Jess Murwin to discuss their upbringing in Canada, discovering their indigenous heritage, traveling abroad, creating safe spaces for unhoused youth, their work in film festivals, and more! It's a great discussion about forging your own path creatively and where it can lead you. Follow Jess on Instagram at @_rad_babe_ and check out their website here!

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November 30, 2020 67 min

In episode 175, the girls are joined by iHeart producer and host Yves Jeffcoat to discuss her upbringing outside of Atlanta, the background of her first and last name, how she got into podcasting, wanting to be a writer, and so much more! Follow Yves on Twitter at @yvesjeffcoat and on Instagram at @notapologizing and check out her iHeart podcasts Unpopular, This Day In History Class, and Afropunk: Solution Sessions.

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November 23, 2020 60 min

In episode 174, the girls are joined by long time coming guest Jacquis Neal! They get into his upbringing in the south side of Chicago, how he got into theater, finding his way to Los Angeles and into improv, and so much more! Listen to his podcast Culture Kings and follow him on Twitter and Instagram at @jacquisneal. And stay tuned for more of his work coming out soon!

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November 16, 2020 76 min

In episode 173, the girls answer listener questions.

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November 2, 2020 73 min

In episode 171, the girls are joined by actor and improviser Peter Banifaz to talk about his upbringing from Tehran to the United States, figuring out he wanted to be a performer, dealings with his tough father, some Iranian politics, and more! Also PLEASE go check out Peter's instagram for some of the funniest videos Anna has ever seen to a point of pure cry tears of joy! Follow him at @PBani on Instagram! And keep an eye ...

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October 26, 2020 71 min

In episode 170, the girls are joined by writer and performer Korama Danquah to talk about her upbringing around the world, her relationship with her mother, pursuing writing, and the podcast she co-hosts entitled Popcorn Book Club (also on iHeart!) Check out her podcast and also follow Korama on Twitter and Instagram at @koramadrama.

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October 19, 2020 66 min

In episode 169, the girls are joined by writer and performer Bushra Burney to talk about her upcoming show The Kulfi Paradox, growing up in the Bay Area as the child of Pakistani immigrants, deciding to get into writing and performing, working with Zahra Noorbakhsh and more! Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @BushraWriter and then go to her website to get tickets to her virtual shows here! Her show runs October 20th to the...

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