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Let Me Clear My Throat Podcast - Where we talk about what's relevant in our western lives with a healthy dose of garam masala on top.

Latest Episodes

Episode 8: Prisons, Health and Social Justice Interview With Rahul Vanjani, M.D.

EIn episode 8 of the Let Me Clear My Throat Podcast, we interview our friend Rahul Vanjani, M.D. He's currently Assistant Professor of Medicine, Clinician Educator at Brown, as well as a primary care physician. Rahul Vanjani previously worked in two different medical systems as a physician - San Quentin Prison and Rikers Island. While our goal was to discuss the Brown Guy's Guide to surviving prison (including Naitik's fear of not getting a vegetarian meal), Rahul intelligently brought the discussion to the more substantive issues of incarceration and health. Overall, it was a fascinating issue to be discussed from a perspective often not heard in the media. Check out Dr. Vanjani's publication on the same topic in the New England Journal of Medicine here: https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp1702373

73 MIN2018 JUL 7
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Episode 8: Prisons, Health and Social Justice Interview With Rahul Vanjani, M.D.

Episode 7: Affordable Housing Crisis Interview With Eli Moore

EIn Episode 7, Naitik and Sachin interview an expert about the affordable housing crisis in the US. We brought in Eli Moore, Program Manager, California Community Partnerships, at the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at UC Berkeley. In this capacity, Eli manages strategic partnerships with grassroots community-based organizations in California. Eli is an expert in environmental justice, mass incarceration, community economic development and community health issues. You can find his bio here: http://haasinstitute.berkeley.edu/eli-moore-0 During the interview, we talked to Eli about the affordable housing crisis in the US. We also dug into the issues facing his community in Richmond, California, where he has intimate knowledge about local politics and policy advocacy for communities struggling to afford housing. With the Bay Area experiencing tremendous growth in the housing market, Eli sheds light on the perils of unequal growth in communities and how those sympathetic ...

55 MIN2018 JAN 5
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Episode 7: Affordable Housing Crisis Interview With Eli Moore

Episode 6: Sexism in Tech, Discussing the Google Diversity Memo

EThe topic of sexism in the tech industry dominated the news cycle after a Google employee (now ex) wrote a controversial memo about diversity practices at the company and women in the industry. Although we are behind on the news cycle on this one, we are excited to interview two friends that work in tech, Jill and Mary. They share their thoughts on the memo, give insight into obstacles faced in their own careers and just generally dropped some knowledge on Naitik and Sachin.

63 MIN2017 OCT 10
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Episode 6: Sexism in Tech, Discussing the Google Diversity Memo

Episode 5: Interview with Reza Akbari with the Institute for War & Peace Reporting

EEpisode 5: We introduce you to Reza H. Akbari, Program Manager for the Institute for War and Peace Reporting where he conducts research on Iranian domestic politics, U.S. foreign policy towards Iran, Shia politics, political transition, and democracy. Reza, an Iranian-American, shares his immigration journey which took him from Tehran to Buffalo, NY at the age of 16. Among the topics covered with Reza include the impact of the travel ban, aka Muslim ban, on his family, trials and tribulations of legal immigration, how the current political environment will evolve and what we can potentially do to navigate it.

63 MIN2017 JUN 8
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Episode 5: Interview with Reza Akbari with the Institute for War & Peace Reporting

Episode 4: Interview With Serial Entrepreneur Govindh Jayaraman

EIn episode 4 of the Let Me Clear My Throat Podcast, we interview serial entrepreneur Govindh Jayaraman. Govindh tells us his story about building and running multiple businesses, cultivating passion and how mentoring serves as a source of inspiration.

34 MIN2017 MAY 6
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Episode 4: Interview With Serial Entrepreneur Govindh Jayaraman

Episode 3: India is Hard?

EIndia is Hard? In episode 3, we interview Jessi Heger, a friend of the podcast who is currently living in New Delhi, India. She penned a blog post recently titled "Why India is Hard." and it definitely caught our eye. (https://windowseatpleaseblog.wordpress.com/2016/10/26/why-india-is-hard/). In this interview, we talk about some of the experiences and challenges Jessi has faced that led her to conclude that India is Hard. And we discuss how identity (cultural, racial, gender based, etc.) is shaped by both culture and status (minority versus minority, for example).

85 MIN2017 JAN 11
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Episode 3: India is Hard?

Interview With Kejal Vyas, Part 2

EEpisode 2. This is the second part of our conversation with Kejal Vyas. We discuss his interesting and hilarious reporting project covering the FARC rebel group in Colombia.

44 MIN2016 SEP 9
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Interview With Kejal Vyas, Part 2

Interview With Kejal Vyas, Part 1

ELet Me Clear My Throat's first episode. Interview with Kejal Vyas.

40 MIN2016 SEP 8
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Interview With Kejal Vyas, Part 1
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Latest Episodes

Episode 8: Prisons, Health and Social Justice Interview With Rahul Vanjani, M.D.

EIn episode 8 of the Let Me Clear My Throat Podcast, we interview our friend Rahul Vanjani, M.D. He's currently Assistant Professor of Medicine, Clinician Educator at Brown, as well as a primary care physician. Rahul Vanjani previously worked in two different medical systems as a physician - San Quentin Prison and Rikers Island. While our goal was to discuss the Brown Guy's Guide to surviving prison (including Naitik's fear of not getting a vegetarian meal), Rahul intelligently brought the discussion to the more substantive issues of incarceration and health. Overall, it was a fascinating issue to be discussed from a perspective often not heard in the media. Check out Dr. Vanjani's publication on the same topic in the New England Journal of Medicine here: https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp1702373

73 MIN2018 JUL 7
Comments
Episode 8: Prisons, Health and Social Justice Interview With Rahul Vanjani, M.D.

Episode 7: Affordable Housing Crisis Interview With Eli Moore

EIn Episode 7, Naitik and Sachin interview an expert about the affordable housing crisis in the US. We brought in Eli Moore, Program Manager, California Community Partnerships, at the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at UC Berkeley. In this capacity, Eli manages strategic partnerships with grassroots community-based organizations in California. Eli is an expert in environmental justice, mass incarceration, community economic development and community health issues. You can find his bio here: http://haasinstitute.berkeley.edu/eli-moore-0 During the interview, we talked to Eli about the affordable housing crisis in the US. We also dug into the issues facing his community in Richmond, California, where he has intimate knowledge about local politics and policy advocacy for communities struggling to afford housing. With the Bay Area experiencing tremendous growth in the housing market, Eli sheds light on the perils of unequal growth in communities and how those sympathetic ...

55 MIN2018 JAN 5
Comments
Episode 7: Affordable Housing Crisis Interview With Eli Moore

Episode 6: Sexism in Tech, Discussing the Google Diversity Memo

EThe topic of sexism in the tech industry dominated the news cycle after a Google employee (now ex) wrote a controversial memo about diversity practices at the company and women in the industry. Although we are behind on the news cycle on this one, we are excited to interview two friends that work in tech, Jill and Mary. They share their thoughts on the memo, give insight into obstacles faced in their own careers and just generally dropped some knowledge on Naitik and Sachin.

63 MIN2017 OCT 10
Comments
Episode 6: Sexism in Tech, Discussing the Google Diversity Memo

Episode 5: Interview with Reza Akbari with the Institute for War & Peace Reporting

EEpisode 5: We introduce you to Reza H. Akbari, Program Manager for the Institute for War and Peace Reporting where he conducts research on Iranian domestic politics, U.S. foreign policy towards Iran, Shia politics, political transition, and democracy. Reza, an Iranian-American, shares his immigration journey which took him from Tehran to Buffalo, NY at the age of 16. Among the topics covered with Reza include the impact of the travel ban, aka Muslim ban, on his family, trials and tribulations of legal immigration, how the current political environment will evolve and what we can potentially do to navigate it.

63 MIN2017 JUN 8
Comments
Episode 5: Interview with Reza Akbari with the Institute for War & Peace Reporting

Episode 4: Interview With Serial Entrepreneur Govindh Jayaraman

EIn episode 4 of the Let Me Clear My Throat Podcast, we interview serial entrepreneur Govindh Jayaraman. Govindh tells us his story about building and running multiple businesses, cultivating passion and how mentoring serves as a source of inspiration.

34 MIN2017 MAY 6
Comments
Episode 4: Interview With Serial Entrepreneur Govindh Jayaraman

Episode 3: India is Hard?

EIndia is Hard? In episode 3, we interview Jessi Heger, a friend of the podcast who is currently living in New Delhi, India. She penned a blog post recently titled "Why India is Hard." and it definitely caught our eye. (https://windowseatpleaseblog.wordpress.com/2016/10/26/why-india-is-hard/). In this interview, we talk about some of the experiences and challenges Jessi has faced that led her to conclude that India is Hard. And we discuss how identity (cultural, racial, gender based, etc.) is shaped by both culture and status (minority versus minority, for example).

85 MIN2017 JAN 11
Comments
Episode 3: India is Hard?

Interview With Kejal Vyas, Part 2

EEpisode 2. This is the second part of our conversation with Kejal Vyas. We discuss his interesting and hilarious reporting project covering the FARC rebel group in Colombia.

44 MIN2016 SEP 9
Comments
Interview With Kejal Vyas, Part 2

Interview With Kejal Vyas, Part 1

ELet Me Clear My Throat's first episode. Interview with Kejal Vyas.

40 MIN2016 SEP 8
Comments
Interview With Kejal Vyas, Part 1
the END
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