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Now In Color is a weekly podcast that brings those who have been erased in history back to the forefront.

Latest Episodes

Apathy Is Not Compatible With Love: Simon Tam (of the Slants)

EIn the season finale, Sandie is joined by notorious "troublemaker," Simon Tam, the frontman of The Slants. Over the span of almost a decade, the band fought to keep their name with the U.S. Trademark Office and finally won a historic freedom of speech case with the Supreme Court in 2017. Simon not only discusses this case, but also what it was like to grow up in Southern California, bullying, grief, and his newly released memoir, Slanted.

76 MINJUN 4
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Apathy Is Not Compatible With Love: Simon Tam (of the Slants)

More Community, Less Clout: José Rizal (w/Beatriz Kaye)

EThis week, Sandie is joined by writer and activist Beatriz Kaye (the founder of the @BedStuyBookClub, a book club dedicated to women and femmes of color). Beatriz tells the story of Jose Rizal, who is regarded as a national hero to the Philippines during the end of Spanish colonialism. Beatriz talks about giving up space and self care. Sandie talks about laying down for all of 2016. They both discuss cancel culture, letting people live, and restoring hope and healing through their own forms of activism.

69 MINMAY 15
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More Community, Less Clout: José Rizal (w/Beatriz Kaye)

Lawyer Up: Sylvia Mendez (w/ Reneé de Jesus)

EThis week, law student Renée de Jesus joins Sandie to talk about the case for de-segregation of schools before Brown v. Board of Education: Mendez v. Westminster. They discuss microaggressions, terrible startups, and how to decolonize your education (and mind). ___ This podcast is presented by Brick By Brick Studios (IG: @brickbybrickstudios) and sponsored in part by Dylan Underwear (IG: @dylan_underwear). Use the promo code: NOWINCOLOR to get 10% your first purchase of Dylan.

45 MINMAY 9
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Lawyer Up: Sylvia Mendez (w/ Reneé de Jesus)

Police Violence & Black Mothers: Korryn Gaines (w/ Jesi Taylor Cruz)

EThis week, writer and activist Jesi Taylor Cruz joins Sandie to tell the story of Korryn Gaines. Jesi discusses the undocumented violence on Black mothers throughout history and the trauma it has left not only in this country but for black and brown mothers everywhere. They further discuss the fears for their own safety in public spaces and more. While these topics are difficult and uncomfortable, it is important to bring stories like this to the forefront.

63 MINAPR 16
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Police Violence & Black Mothers: Korryn Gaines (w/ Jesi Taylor Cruz)

NextShark's Next Headline: The History of SPAM (w/Edward Pokropski)

EThis week, comedian and producer Edward Pokropski joins Sandie to tell the the history (and cycle of cultural appropriation) of SPAM, found in beloved dishes such asBudae Jjigae (부대찌개 or Korean Army Stew) and musubi. Edward also talks about the adoptee experience and making peace with his identity. Sandie talks about ugly crying to her mom about balancing the creative life with paying the bills. They both give feedback to NextShark's editorial board.

87 MINAPR 8
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NextShark's Next Headline: The History of SPAM (w/Edward Pokropski)

$6.99 Per Pound Collaboration: Asian Americans In Hip Hop (w/ Jaeki Cho)

EThis is a special crossover episode with the hit podcast, $6.99 Per Pound. Jaeki Cho, creator of Alumni, producer of 'Bad Rap,' and co-host of $6.99 Per Pound joins Sandie to tell the history of Asian Americans in hip hop, who have been there since the genesis of the genre and culture -- both behind the scenes and in front of the screens. They talk about cultural appropriation, the marketability (but also innate talent) of Awkwafina, representation, and so much more.

98 MINMAR 25
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$6.99 Per Pound Collaboration: Asian Americans In Hip Hop (w/ Jaeki Cho)

The Wizarding World of Wokeness: Richard Potter (w/ Constance Gibbs)

EIf you're a Harry Potter or Doctor Who fan, this episode is for you! This week, writer and podcaster Constance Gibbs (of Nerds of Color, TARBIS, etc) joins Sandie to discuss all the racial nuances of the wizarding world of Harry Potter. She talks about the complexities of being POC in the super-white nerd and fandom culture. They talk about shipping, fanfiction, and so much more! Constance also tells the story of her second favorite Potter: Richard Potter, the first African American stage magician.

86 MINMAR 20
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The Wizarding World of Wokeness: Richard Potter (w/ Constance Gibbs)

Not All White People: Panda Express (w/Angel Yau)

EThis week, comedian and filmmaker Angel Yau joins Sandie to tell the story of the creators of Panda Express. If you thought it was a bunch of white people, you thought wrong! Angel talks about the benefit of being quiet and observant in a Chinese household, something Sandie really could learn. They talk about representation, toxic Asian Facebook groups, and the American Dream.

67 MINMAR 12
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Not All White People: Panda Express (w/Angel Yau)

Ghana Will Be Free Forever: Kwame Nkrumah (w/Justin Williams)

EThis week, an actual professor of African history and comedian, Justin Williams, joins Sandie to tell the story of the revolutionary first president of Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah. Justin Williams is literally the only qualified person on this podcast. They talk about the good ol' days of living in a railroad apartment under the BQE, dating in New York City, and checking out the notorious Union Pool. If you want to laugh out loud and learn some serious African history, this is the episode for you.

49 MINMAR 4
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Ghana Will Be Free Forever: Kwame Nkrumah (w/Justin Williams)

Liberator of the Liberator: Manuela Sáenz (w/Jimena Perea)

EActor and producer, Jimena Perea joins Sandie to tell the story of the hidden revolutionary hero of South America:Manuela Sáenz. Her work for women's rights and freeing South America from Spanish colonial rule was largely overshadowed by Simón Bolívar, her totally toxic lover. Or was it romantic? Find out as Jimena bring this bad ass woman's story to life. Okay, and seriously, how do you pronounce Jimena's last name? Sandie really, really can't pronounce it.

58 MINFEB 25
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Liberator of the Liberator: Manuela Sáenz (w/Jimena Perea)

Latest Episodes

Apathy Is Not Compatible With Love: Simon Tam (of the Slants)

EIn the season finale, Sandie is joined by notorious "troublemaker," Simon Tam, the frontman of The Slants. Over the span of almost a decade, the band fought to keep their name with the U.S. Trademark Office and finally won a historic freedom of speech case with the Supreme Court in 2017. Simon not only discusses this case, but also what it was like to grow up in Southern California, bullying, grief, and his newly released memoir, Slanted.

76 MINJUN 4
Comments
Apathy Is Not Compatible With Love: Simon Tam (of the Slants)

More Community, Less Clout: José Rizal (w/Beatriz Kaye)

EThis week, Sandie is joined by writer and activist Beatriz Kaye (the founder of the @BedStuyBookClub, a book club dedicated to women and femmes of color). Beatriz tells the story of Jose Rizal, who is regarded as a national hero to the Philippines during the end of Spanish colonialism. Beatriz talks about giving up space and self care. Sandie talks about laying down for all of 2016. They both discuss cancel culture, letting people live, and restoring hope and healing through their own forms of activism.

69 MINMAY 15
Comments
More Community, Less Clout: José Rizal (w/Beatriz Kaye)

Lawyer Up: Sylvia Mendez (w/ Reneé de Jesus)

EThis week, law student Renée de Jesus joins Sandie to talk about the case for de-segregation of schools before Brown v. Board of Education: Mendez v. Westminster. They discuss microaggressions, terrible startups, and how to decolonize your education (and mind). ___ This podcast is presented by Brick By Brick Studios (IG: @brickbybrickstudios) and sponsored in part by Dylan Underwear (IG: @dylan_underwear). Use the promo code: NOWINCOLOR to get 10% your first purchase of Dylan.

45 MINMAY 9
Comments
Lawyer Up: Sylvia Mendez (w/ Reneé de Jesus)

Police Violence & Black Mothers: Korryn Gaines (w/ Jesi Taylor Cruz)

EThis week, writer and activist Jesi Taylor Cruz joins Sandie to tell the story of Korryn Gaines. Jesi discusses the undocumented violence on Black mothers throughout history and the trauma it has left not only in this country but for black and brown mothers everywhere. They further discuss the fears for their own safety in public spaces and more. While these topics are difficult and uncomfortable, it is important to bring stories like this to the forefront.

63 MINAPR 16
Comments
Police Violence & Black Mothers: Korryn Gaines (w/ Jesi Taylor Cruz)

NextShark's Next Headline: The History of SPAM (w/Edward Pokropski)

EThis week, comedian and producer Edward Pokropski joins Sandie to tell the the history (and cycle of cultural appropriation) of SPAM, found in beloved dishes such asBudae Jjigae (부대찌개 or Korean Army Stew) and musubi. Edward also talks about the adoptee experience and making peace with his identity. Sandie talks about ugly crying to her mom about balancing the creative life with paying the bills. They both give feedback to NextShark's editorial board.

87 MINAPR 8
Comments
NextShark's Next Headline: The History of SPAM (w/Edward Pokropski)

$6.99 Per Pound Collaboration: Asian Americans In Hip Hop (w/ Jaeki Cho)

EThis is a special crossover episode with the hit podcast, $6.99 Per Pound. Jaeki Cho, creator of Alumni, producer of 'Bad Rap,' and co-host of $6.99 Per Pound joins Sandie to tell the history of Asian Americans in hip hop, who have been there since the genesis of the genre and culture -- both behind the scenes and in front of the screens. They talk about cultural appropriation, the marketability (but also innate talent) of Awkwafina, representation, and so much more.

98 MINMAR 25
Comments
$6.99 Per Pound Collaboration: Asian Americans In Hip Hop (w/ Jaeki Cho)

The Wizarding World of Wokeness: Richard Potter (w/ Constance Gibbs)

EIf you're a Harry Potter or Doctor Who fan, this episode is for you! This week, writer and podcaster Constance Gibbs (of Nerds of Color, TARBIS, etc) joins Sandie to discuss all the racial nuances of the wizarding world of Harry Potter. She talks about the complexities of being POC in the super-white nerd and fandom culture. They talk about shipping, fanfiction, and so much more! Constance also tells the story of her second favorite Potter: Richard Potter, the first African American stage magician.

86 MINMAR 20
Comments
The Wizarding World of Wokeness: Richard Potter (w/ Constance Gibbs)

Not All White People: Panda Express (w/Angel Yau)

EThis week, comedian and filmmaker Angel Yau joins Sandie to tell the story of the creators of Panda Express. If you thought it was a bunch of white people, you thought wrong! Angel talks about the benefit of being quiet and observant in a Chinese household, something Sandie really could learn. They talk about representation, toxic Asian Facebook groups, and the American Dream.

67 MINMAR 12
Comments
Not All White People: Panda Express (w/Angel Yau)

Ghana Will Be Free Forever: Kwame Nkrumah (w/Justin Williams)

EThis week, an actual professor of African history and comedian, Justin Williams, joins Sandie to tell the story of the revolutionary first president of Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah. Justin Williams is literally the only qualified person on this podcast. They talk about the good ol' days of living in a railroad apartment under the BQE, dating in New York City, and checking out the notorious Union Pool. If you want to laugh out loud and learn some serious African history, this is the episode for you.

49 MINMAR 4
Comments
Ghana Will Be Free Forever: Kwame Nkrumah (w/Justin Williams)

Liberator of the Liberator: Manuela Sáenz (w/Jimena Perea)

EActor and producer, Jimena Perea joins Sandie to tell the story of the hidden revolutionary hero of South America:Manuela Sáenz. Her work for women's rights and freeing South America from Spanish colonial rule was largely overshadowed by Simón Bolívar, her totally toxic lover. Or was it romantic? Find out as Jimena bring this bad ass woman's story to life. Okay, and seriously, how do you pronounce Jimena's last name? Sandie really, really can't pronounce it.

58 MINFEB 25
Comments
Liberator of the Liberator: Manuela Sáenz (w/Jimena Perea)
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