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Margin Podcast is an interview series featuring the voices of people from marginalized communities around the Portland area. Its a critical thinking interview series with professionals from marginalized communities. Women, people of color, LGBTQ+, etc. Find us on Instagram: @marginpodcast

Latest Episodes

S1E1 - Matta (Richard Le)

EMargin Podcast is an interview series featuring the voices of people from marginalized communities around the Portland area. Its a critical thinking interview series with professionals from marginalized communities. Women, people of color, LGBTQ+, etc. This episode features Richard Le from Matta PDX. Instagram: @mattapdx https://mattapdx.com/menu-1

53 MINMAY 30
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S1E1 - Matta (Richard Le)

S1 - Focus: Portlandia Effect // Cason's Fine Meats

This episode takes a bit of a different approach. This episode offers a brief context from one perspective of policy and practices that have suppressed communities of color in the Portland Metro area. Finally, a hopeful interview with Theotis Cason, owner and operator of the butcher shop Cason's Fine Meats, discusses his Portland Roots, how he developed his skills, his commitment to service of his community, and dedication to his family.

31 MINJUN 4
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S1 - Focus: Portlandia Effect // Cason's Fine Meats

S1E2 - Kim Jong Grillin (Han Hwang)

This episode features Han Hwang from Kim Jong Grillin, he talks about his Virginia roots and how he got to Portland, his family and the pressures of growing up as a POC. We get into what allyship looks like, our personal stories, authenticity, cultural appropriation, and our impact and identity as we drift between influences from our roots and our lives. Han also gets into his collabs as a "mixtape chef", and how his dreams went up in flames, only to come back stronger and...

55 MINJUN 5
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S1E2 - Kim Jong Grillin (Han Hwang)

S1 - Focus: DJ Black Daria - 3 Generations of Black Portland

This episode features an interview conducted by DJ Black Daria with her Father and Grandmother as they explore three generations of Black Portland.

74 MINJUN 11
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S1 - Focus: DJ Black Daria - 3 Generations of Black Portland

S1E3 - Wailua Shave Ice (Cory and Dano)

This episode features the team behind Wailua Shave Ice Dano Takamura and Cory Arashiro. They talk about the multiracial island culture they come from and give us a glimpse beyond the tourism into what Aloha is really about. We also get a chance to talk about some misconceptions around islanders, pidgin, cultural roots, preconceived notions, and how Oregonians are maybe a bit too chill for their own good. Don't get offended, just roll with it! Mahalo!!

54 MINJUN 12
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S1E3 - Wailua Shave Ice (Cory and Dano)

S1E0 - What can I do? (Whitney Williams)

This episode is about perspective, facing discomfort, uncertainty and action. With everything going on in the world today, it can be hard to know what to do, and everyone wants to find an answer to the problems they perceive...but the answer isn't always that simple, and solutions aren't either. Whitney Williams joins Margin to speak on her experiences growing up in the suburbs and feeling like a representative for the Black experience to her peers.

31 MINJUN 17
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S1E0 - What can I do? (Whitney Williams)

S1E4 - OOB (Maylin Chavez)

Not a fan of Oysters? That's fine, because that wasn't even close to the best thing on the menu at Olympia Oyster Bar. This episode features the charming and resilient Chef Maylin Chavez, and covers her childhood in Baja California, memories of her Grandmother and where the inspiration came from to bring the ocean into the Portland's collective heart. What happened? Listen to find out what's next!

43 MINJUN 19
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S1E4 - OOB (Maylin Chavez)

S1E5 - BIBA! Chamoru Kitchen (Ed Sablan)

This was a good one, you might want to brace yourself for a great conversation with a box of Shrimp Fritters for courage and good luck! This episode features Ed Sablan of BIBA! Chamoru Kitchen, we talk about his influences and how he took a long but diverse path towards his restaurants establishment. We also cover Ed's impressive classical training, how he loves tossing dough, and some experiences that are difficult, but powerful.

44 MINJUN 29
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S1E5 - BIBA! Chamoru Kitchen (Ed Sablan)
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Latest Episodes

S1E1 - Matta (Richard Le)

EMargin Podcast is an interview series featuring the voices of people from marginalized communities around the Portland area. Its a critical thinking interview series with professionals from marginalized communities. Women, people of color, LGBTQ+, etc. This episode features Richard Le from Matta PDX. Instagram: @mattapdx https://mattapdx.com/menu-1

53 MINMAY 30
Comments
S1E1 - Matta (Richard Le)

S1 - Focus: Portlandia Effect // Cason's Fine Meats

This episode takes a bit of a different approach. This episode offers a brief context from one perspective of policy and practices that have suppressed communities of color in the Portland Metro area. Finally, a hopeful interview with Theotis Cason, owner and operator of the butcher shop Cason's Fine Meats, discusses his Portland Roots, how he developed his skills, his commitment to service of his community, and dedication to his family.

31 MINJUN 4
Comments
S1 - Focus: Portlandia Effect // Cason's Fine Meats

S1E2 - Kim Jong Grillin (Han Hwang)

This episode features Han Hwang from Kim Jong Grillin, he talks about his Virginia roots and how he got to Portland, his family and the pressures of growing up as a POC. We get into what allyship looks like, our personal stories, authenticity, cultural appropriation, and our impact and identity as we drift between influences from our roots and our lives. Han also gets into his collabs as a "mixtape chef", and how his dreams went up in flames, only to come back stronger and...

55 MINJUN 5
Comments
S1E2 - Kim Jong Grillin (Han Hwang)

S1 - Focus: DJ Black Daria - 3 Generations of Black Portland

This episode features an interview conducted by DJ Black Daria with her Father and Grandmother as they explore three generations of Black Portland.

74 MINJUN 11
Comments
S1 - Focus: DJ Black Daria - 3 Generations of Black Portland

S1E3 - Wailua Shave Ice (Cory and Dano)

This episode features the team behind Wailua Shave Ice Dano Takamura and Cory Arashiro. They talk about the multiracial island culture they come from and give us a glimpse beyond the tourism into what Aloha is really about. We also get a chance to talk about some misconceptions around islanders, pidgin, cultural roots, preconceived notions, and how Oregonians are maybe a bit too chill for their own good. Don't get offended, just roll with it! Mahalo!!

54 MINJUN 12
Comments
S1E3 - Wailua Shave Ice (Cory and Dano)

S1E0 - What can I do? (Whitney Williams)

This episode is about perspective, facing discomfort, uncertainty and action. With everything going on in the world today, it can be hard to know what to do, and everyone wants to find an answer to the problems they perceive...but the answer isn't always that simple, and solutions aren't either. Whitney Williams joins Margin to speak on her experiences growing up in the suburbs and feeling like a representative for the Black experience to her peers.

31 MINJUN 17
Comments
S1E0 - What can I do? (Whitney Williams)

S1E4 - OOB (Maylin Chavez)

Not a fan of Oysters? That's fine, because that wasn't even close to the best thing on the menu at Olympia Oyster Bar. This episode features the charming and resilient Chef Maylin Chavez, and covers her childhood in Baja California, memories of her Grandmother and where the inspiration came from to bring the ocean into the Portland's collective heart. What happened? Listen to find out what's next!

43 MINJUN 19
Comments
S1E4 - OOB (Maylin Chavez)

S1E5 - BIBA! Chamoru Kitchen (Ed Sablan)

This was a good one, you might want to brace yourself for a great conversation with a box of Shrimp Fritters for courage and good luck! This episode features Ed Sablan of BIBA! Chamoru Kitchen, we talk about his influences and how he took a long but diverse path towards his restaurants establishment. We also cover Ed's impressive classical training, how he loves tossing dough, and some experiences that are difficult, but powerful.

44 MINJUN 29
Comments
S1E5 - BIBA! Chamoru Kitchen (Ed Sablan)
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