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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May 25, 2020 68 min

In episode 148, the girls are joined remotely by podcaster and organizer Bridget Todd! They get into her upbringing in the DC suburbs, feeling othered, leaving grad school, finding her way to podcasting, and so much more! It's a fun conversation with one of our favorite people! Check out her show Afropunk Solution Sessions and her new show on iHeart entitled There Are No Girls On The Internet coming out on July 7th. Follow her ...

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In episode 147, the girls go old school - that's right, just a conversation between the two of them about all the things that have been on their minds during this quarantine! They get into the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, Anna's personal experience with coronavirus in her family, Iran's situation with coronavirus, women's body's being a prison for the world to critique, Dennis Rodman being an icon, and more! It'...

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May 11, 2020 70 min

In episode 146, the girls have on comedy writer and podcast producer Cody Zigler to talk about his upbringing in the south, the slave family his parents came from and how that lineage traces back, how he found his way to Los Angeles, finding comedy, building Gundams, and more! It's an interesting discussion on exploring the heritage and ancestry within your family. Follow Cody on Twitter and Instagram at @yayforzig.

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May 4, 2020 60 min

In episode 145, the ladies are joined by comedian Brodie Reed to talk about his current quarantine location, growing up in Inglewood and not fitting in, losing close family members while in quarantine, finding comedy, building Gundams, and so much more! You can follow Brodie on twitter at @ayobrobro and on Instagram at @ayo.bro.bro. CHECK IT OUT!!!

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April 27, 2020 72 min

In episode 144, the girls are joined by Italian-American comedian Giulia Rozzi to talk about identity politics, growing up in an Italian household as the child of immigrants, getting into comedy, Twitter bios, and so much more! Follow Giulia on Instagram at @msgiuliarozzi and Twitter at @GiuliaRozzi. And check out her website www.giuliarozzi.com for more info on her podcasts and shows!

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April 20, 2020 75 min

In episode 143, the girls are joined by new iHeart producer and writer Joelle Monique to talk about her experience getting into film and film critique, deciding to move to LA from Chicago, growing up with her brother, moving to 'the corn,' and so much more! She is such a cool, interesting person and producing some dope shows for us over here at iHeart so follow her on Twitter at @JoelleMonique and on Instagram at @j...

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April 13, 2020 80 min

In episode 142, the girls are joined by actor and comedian Jerah Milligan to discuss his upbringing, how his improv crew Astronomy Club came to be, working in this industry as a black man, and so much more! Follow Jerah on Instagram and Twitter at @jerahmilligan. And check out Astronomy Club on Netflix right now!!

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April 6, 2020 62 min

In episode 141, the girls are joined by comedian Atsuko Okatsuka to talk about her experience immigrating to America and living as an undocumented immigrant, finding her way into comedy, dancing with her grandmother, and so much more!! Follow her at @AtsukoComedy on Twitter and Instagram. And check out her podcast Let's Go Atsuko: A Woke Japanese Game Show! Soon to be on Quibi! Watch her dancing with her grandma! Woohoo!

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March 30, 2020 66 min

In episode 140, the girls are joined by comedian Eric Dadourian to talk about his REAL NAME, his upbringing in Lebanon, the reasons why his family left, what growing up in Los Angeles was like for him, his parents chosen careers after 9/11, getting into comedy, his poetry, and so much more! He's wonderful comedian so follow him at @ericdadourian on Twitter and at @hrrairr on Instagram. Also check out his former podcast ...

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March 23, 2020 78 min

In episode 139, the girls are joined by comedian Ester Steinberg. They talk about her upbringing in Tampa, Florida, finding her place at Jewish camp, starting comedy at a young age, growing up with an Israeli mother, pregnancy, and so much more! Follow Ester on Twitter at @EsterKay and Instagram at @ester.steinberg. Also check out her album Hebrew School Drop Out - out now!

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March 16, 2020 83 min

In episode 138, the girls are joined by comedian, writer, and enrolled member of the Cowlitz Indian tribe Joey Clift. They talk about his upbringing on the Tulalip Reservation in Washington state, finding his place in comedy, his work to bring Native Americans stories to the forefront, and much more. You can follow Joey on Twitter at @joeytainment and on Instagram at @joeycliiiiiift. Also check out his award winning short f...

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March 9, 2020 64 min

In episode 137, the girls are joined by comedian and actor Ali Ghandour. We get into his upbringing in the LA area, growing up in two religions, finding his place in comedy, cutting his beautiful fro, and so much more! Follow Ali on Instagram at @ali_ghandour and Twitter at @A___L___i. Do yourself a favor and go see him do improv if you're in the LA area!

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March 2, 2020 69 min

In episode 136, the girls are joined by the new Head of Content of Big Money Players network Hans Sahni! They talk about his Indian / Iranian heritage, upbringing on the east coast, his parents frowned upon union (we will explain why!), deciding to go to film school, and so much more! Follow Hans on Twitter and Instagram at @HansSahni. Also check out the upcoming shows coming soon on the Big Money Players network!

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February 24, 2020 75 min

In episode 135, the girls are joined by musician and comedian Open Mike Eagle. They talk about his upbringing in the south side of Chicago, discovering music and his rap crew, coming out to LA, finding comedy, and so much more! It's a great episode with a true legend! LISTEN TO HIS MUSIC AND WATCH HIS MUSIC VIDEOS! We ride out on his song Very Much Money. Follow him on Twitter at @Mike_Eagle and on Instagram at @open_mi...

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February 17, 2020 70 min

In episode 134, the girls are joined by urban planner, community advocate, and mother of two Nithya Raman! She is running for city council in the District 4 of Los Angeles. We talk about her upbringing, growing up in Boston, her college experience, her work in India with homelessness, some of her policies with homelessness in Los Angeles, and much more. Listen to understand what she stands for and why she is needed in the city of L...

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February 10, 2020 71 min

In episode 133, the girls are joined by twitter royalty and comedian Dana Donnelly to talk about her family, growing up in Palo Alto, getting into comedy, figuring out she wanted to be a comedy writer, her sister's ASMR work, and so much more! Follow her on twitter YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT! She is @danadonly on Twitter and @hottestdana on Instagram. KEEP UP WITH HER WORK Y'ALL!! SHE IS THE BEST!

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February 3, 2020 72 min

In episode 132, the girls are joined by You People podcast host Kareem Rahma to talk about his upbringing in Minnesota, his father inventing jogging, his many name changes, moving to New York and finding his place in life, being a poet, going viral on TikTok and so much more! It's a fun episode with a very fun guy! Follow him on Twitter @Kareemy and on Instagram at @kareem. Also check out the Nameless Network and on TIK...

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January 27, 2020 73 min

In episode 131, the girls are joined by correspondent and comedian Francesca Fiorentini. They talk about her experience growing up in the Bay Area with an Italian father and Chinese mother, finding her place in New York after 9/11, what brought her to comedy, living abroad, creating Newsbroke with AJ+, and so much more! WE LOVE FRANCESCA!! Watch her show “Red White and Who?” on MSNBC and check out her website here! Follow her o...

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January 20, 2020 81 min

In episode 130, the girls are joined by comedian Matt Lieb. He may be a white guy but they explain why they let him on the show! Basically because he is a fighter for human rights in Palestine and does a lot of great work with Newsbroke to inform every one about what is going on! And he is the boyfriend of our favorite Francesca Fiorentini so he gets a pass for being a cis white man! Follow him on Twitter at @MattLieb and on In...

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January 13, 2020 76 min

In episode 129, the girls are joined by comedian Lydia Popovich to talk all about her life and upbringing in the Bay Area, how she got into comedy, along with a great conversation about religion and how it has influenced them. Plus they discuss love marriages versus practical marriages. It's a fun conversation! We love Lydia! Follow her on Twitter and Instagram on @hatertuesday. Also find her tour dates on her website!

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