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
October 7, 2019 76 min

In episode 115, the girls take a break from the heavy stuff! They give an update on the suspicious orphan from Ukraine situation and then talk a little about Shereen's experience photographing an event for Rosh Hashanah. THEN the girls call their parents!! Anna calls her dad and asks his thoughts on the current impeachment situation and then Shereen calls her mom to ask how her Spanish classes are going and her feelings on her surprise birthday party. It's fun!!! COME SEE US AT THE CHICAGO PODCAST FESTIVAL ON OCTOBER 16TH!!! TICKET LINK BELOW!!!

FOOTNOTES:

1. The Ukrainian Orphan Who Is Actually Maybe an Adult Has Been Found in Indiana

2. Michael and Kristine Barnett the parents of an autisic savant and an adopted child from Ukraine who was actually a 22 year old scammer

3. 6 things you need to know to understand the Jewish High Holy Days

4. ETHNICALLY AMBIGUOUS AT THE CHICAGO PODCAST FESTIVAL TICKETS

5. Ethnically Ambiguous Merch on Tee Public

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