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Who Are You? Conversations on Identity

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Who Are You? Conversations on Identity

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Who are you? We are not the words used in checkboxes on a census. We are not words alone, but words together, arranged into sentences, relating experiences. Each episode is not a comprehensive analysis of an individual's identity. Each episode is one thread in one conversation with one person. But maybe that thread is a similar shade to a thread in you. And maybe if we weave together all these threads...

Latest Episodes

Brian – March 12th, 2016

Brian has a lot of ways to describe himself. One of them is “ambiguously skinned.” Listen as he describes the many MANY assumptions made about him (his sexual orientation, his race, his language skills) and how he’s learned to live with it through humor. Music in this episode: “Kintsugi” from Jahzzar; “The Pharaos Theme” from … Continue reading Brian – March 12th,2016

-1 s2017 MAR 7
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Brian – March 12th, 2016

Andrew – April 1st, 2016

Andrew is a guy. Yeah. He's just a guy. He's also a sighted radio and TV host in Taiwan, a country he's been in for twenty years but is still considered a "new" immigrant. Music in this episode: "Your Name is Taiwan (Germany)" by the Zengineers, "Taiwan" by Fiendish Fib, and "My Dub is Taiwan" by Volfoniq. Find these tracks on freemusicarchive.org!

-1 s2016 NOV 8
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Andrew – April 1st, 2016

Andrew – April 1st, 2016 – Excerpt on Coming Out

Andrew is many things that you’ll hear next Tuesday in his full episode. For now, this is a mini-episode about his gay identity and his frustrations around the process of coming out. Music in this episode: “Shiny Spaceship” by 8-Bit Ninjas. If you likethe episode and the podcast,share it with friends,write a review on iTunes, and/ordonate to our Patreon.

-1 s2016 NOV 3
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Andrew – April 1st, 2016 – Excerpt on Coming Out

Max – September 21st, 2016

Max is many things. In our conversation, Max tells us about the genesis of their nerd and genderfluid identities. We talk Neil deGrasse Tyson, the Supernatural fandom, and the usefulness of the internet in helping kids learn about themselves. Content note: coming out. Music in this episode: “Talking to Cows” and “A Different Kettle of Fish” by Elvis Herod and “Fortsetzung Folgt” by Gumbel. If you like the episode and the podcast, share it with friends, write a review on iTunes, and/or donate to our Patreon.

-1 s2016 NOV 1
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Max – September 21st, 2016

Jane – September 29th, 2016

Jane is a twenty-five year old teaching at the boarding school where she first got exposed to cultures other than her own. From high school on she's been devoted to learning about others and challenging her cultural norms. Oh, and she's also a daughter of Christ. Man, how could she forget that! Music in this episode: David Szesztay’s “Easy Easy”, Jimmy Pé’s “Mexico” and Terrero De Jesus’ “Ogum”, all available on freemusicarchive.org. If you like the episode and the podcast, share it with friends, write a review on iTunes, and/or donate to our Patreon.

-1 s2016 OCT 25
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Jane – September 29th, 2016

Yaowen – May 6th, 2016

Yaowen is Yaowen Chang. Yaowen Chang is a person just like all the others, but she got sidetracked. The sidetrack... she is neurotic, psychotic, and physically handicapped. Music in this episode: "Of The Mountains" from Dan Deacon live at Primavera Sound, "Holographic Universe" and "Maniac Cop" by Charlie Salas-Humara, and "132 Tomcat Beat" and "127 Bass with Bug and Perc" by Bauchamp. All these tracks are available on freemusicarchive.org. If you like the episode and the podcast, share it with friends, write a review on iTunes, and/or donate to our Patreon.

-1 s2016 OCT 25
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Yaowen – May 6th, 2016

Anna – September 29th, 2016

Anna is a Chicagoan, a teacher, a woman, a feminist, white, Jewish, from the North Shore, and also, maybe, basic. In this episode, we dig into Anna’s reasons for doing the interview: her recent struggles with anxiety, her love of teaching, and her excitement over her future. Music in this episode: “Back to Wisconsin” by Cranston and “Nasty” by David Szesztay, both available on freemusicarchive.org. If you like the episode and the podcast, share it with friends, write a review on iTunes, and/or donate to our Patreon.

-1 s2016 OCT 25
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Anna – September 29th, 2016

First Teaser Trailer is HERE! NOW!

First teaser trailer for the podcast is LIVE. Listen to get a taste for what’s to come. The funky groove you hear is“Ghana Ghana” by100%chevalierfrom freemusicarchive.org.

-1 s2016 SEP 3
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First Teaser Trailer is HERE! NOW!
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Latest Episodes

Brian – March 12th, 2016

Brian has a lot of ways to describe himself. One of them is “ambiguously skinned.” Listen as he describes the many MANY assumptions made about him (his sexual orientation, his race, his language skills) and how he’s learned to live with it through humor. Music in this episode: “Kintsugi” from Jahzzar; “The Pharaos Theme” from … Continue reading Brian – March 12th,2016

-1 s2017 MAR 7
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Brian – March 12th, 2016

Andrew – April 1st, 2016

Andrew is a guy. Yeah. He's just a guy. He's also a sighted radio and TV host in Taiwan, a country he's been in for twenty years but is still considered a "new" immigrant. Music in this episode: "Your Name is Taiwan (Germany)" by the Zengineers, "Taiwan" by Fiendish Fib, and "My Dub is Taiwan" by Volfoniq. Find these tracks on freemusicarchive.org!

-1 s2016 NOV 8
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Andrew – April 1st, 2016

Andrew – April 1st, 2016 – Excerpt on Coming Out

Andrew is many things that you’ll hear next Tuesday in his full episode. For now, this is a mini-episode about his gay identity and his frustrations around the process of coming out. Music in this episode: “Shiny Spaceship” by 8-Bit Ninjas. If you likethe episode and the podcast,share it with friends,write a review on iTunes, and/ordonate to our Patreon.

-1 s2016 NOV 3
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Andrew – April 1st, 2016 – Excerpt on Coming Out

Max – September 21st, 2016

Max is many things. In our conversation, Max tells us about the genesis of their nerd and genderfluid identities. We talk Neil deGrasse Tyson, the Supernatural fandom, and the usefulness of the internet in helping kids learn about themselves. Content note: coming out. Music in this episode: “Talking to Cows” and “A Different Kettle of Fish” by Elvis Herod and “Fortsetzung Folgt” by Gumbel. If you like the episode and the podcast, share it with friends, write a review on iTunes, and/or donate to our Patreon.

-1 s2016 NOV 1
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Max – September 21st, 2016

Jane – September 29th, 2016

Jane is a twenty-five year old teaching at the boarding school where she first got exposed to cultures other than her own. From high school on she's been devoted to learning about others and challenging her cultural norms. Oh, and she's also a daughter of Christ. Man, how could she forget that! Music in this episode: David Szesztay’s “Easy Easy”, Jimmy Pé’s “Mexico” and Terrero De Jesus’ “Ogum”, all available on freemusicarchive.org. If you like the episode and the podcast, share it with friends, write a review on iTunes, and/or donate to our Patreon.

-1 s2016 OCT 25
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Jane – September 29th, 2016

Yaowen – May 6th, 2016

Yaowen is Yaowen Chang. Yaowen Chang is a person just like all the others, but she got sidetracked. The sidetrack... she is neurotic, psychotic, and physically handicapped. Music in this episode: "Of The Mountains" from Dan Deacon live at Primavera Sound, "Holographic Universe" and "Maniac Cop" by Charlie Salas-Humara, and "132 Tomcat Beat" and "127 Bass with Bug and Perc" by Bauchamp. All these tracks are available on freemusicarchive.org. If you like the episode and the podcast, share it with friends, write a review on iTunes, and/or donate to our Patreon.

-1 s2016 OCT 25
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Yaowen – May 6th, 2016

Anna – September 29th, 2016

Anna is a Chicagoan, a teacher, a woman, a feminist, white, Jewish, from the North Shore, and also, maybe, basic. In this episode, we dig into Anna’s reasons for doing the interview: her recent struggles with anxiety, her love of teaching, and her excitement over her future. Music in this episode: “Back to Wisconsin” by Cranston and “Nasty” by David Szesztay, both available on freemusicarchive.org. If you like the episode and the podcast, share it with friends, write a review on iTunes, and/or donate to our Patreon.

-1 s2016 OCT 25
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Anna – September 29th, 2016

First Teaser Trailer is HERE! NOW!

First teaser trailer for the podcast is LIVE. Listen to get a taste for what’s to come. The funky groove you hear is“Ghana Ghana” by100%chevalierfrom freemusicarchive.org.

-1 s2016 SEP 3
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First Teaser Trailer is HERE! NOW!
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