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Identity Politics is a podcast that features new stories and perspectives about race, gender and Muslim life in America. From pop culture to politics, each episode co-hosts Ikhlas Saleem and Makkah Ali invite guests to talk about issues impacting their lives as Muslims at the intersection of multiple identities.
 
Musician Ami Dang chats with womxn, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+ and/or genderqueer music producers and composers to explore how identity and politics are interwoven within our music practice, the tools and technology that we use, and how we share our work. Through open and honest conversations from one artist to another, That Dang Show reveals how these musicians sit at the helm of the future, their identities, and their work.
 
Hyphenated, the Podcast is a show about cultural identity. Through conversations, reflections and more formal interviews (and with lots of laughter) the show explores how Canadians identify, and how those identities are determined. This show is meant to be a mix of politics, education, comedy, and it hopes to include its entire audience in several conversations about how to make sense of being more than one thing at any given time.
 
We are currently searching for game changers in the worlds of health, medicine, art, technology, food, politics, literature, spirituality, education, fashion, entertainment, social justice, international affairs, civil rights, etc. We will cast a light on the challenges our guests have faced to encourage their rise to success. We imagine our listener in the middle of America who feels ashamed of their gender/sexuality identity, or feels marginalized & hopeless - to inspire them in the knowin ...
 
The 2016 U.S. Presidential Election is unprecedented. The nomination process and ongoing campaigns revealed the complexities of identity and its role in uniting and dividing the country. This course explores how issues of race, class, gender have shaped the candidates, campaigns, and our society. Our analysis spans the presidential race from the announcements of more than ten presidential hopefuls to the current competition.
 
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This episode features an interview with childhood friend of mine, Jane Igharo who just released her debut novel Ties that Tether. Mid-way through the episode we are joined by friend of the show, Kondwani Mwase from the podcast 54 Lights. Ties that Tether is available wherever books are sold.저자 Patience Adamu
 
With Covid resurfacing so much trauma, therapists have taken to instagram to help folks cope. But what does the journey to healing actually look like? Ikhlas and Makkah talk to Dr. Kameelah Rashad about myths and misconceptions around healing and navigating trauma. https://media.blubrry.com/identitypolitics/content.blubrry.com/identitypolitics/62_E…
 
At the time of recording, Nigeria is experiencing a democratic revolution where it's citizens are asking for freedom from the oppressive police brutality, from the corruption, and demanding accountability for the acts of the state. This is huge for Nigeria, and this episode is a brief summary of the movement and its history. #EndSars #EndPoliceBrut…
 
This episode is about the nomination of Donald J. Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize and what it says about the prize itself. References: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-54092960 http://www.nobelpeacesummit.com/nobel-peace-prize-copy/#:~:text=The%20Peace%20Prize%20has%20been%20Awarded%20to%20134%20Nobel%20Laureates%20since%201901&text=Alfred%…
 
Dr. Dravon James joins our conversation about this brave new world. She is a motivational speaker, pharmacist, actress, wife and mom. Her insight on how we can be our most powerful guide is priceless during this time. Treat yourself to this incredible podcast in which you will be consumed with love, peace and gratitude.…
 
In Episode 8 of That Dang Show, Ami Dang chats with Wizard Apprentice, a music producer, live performer, and video artist from Oakland. As a highly sensitive introvert, her/their multimedia projects are strategies for managing an overwhelming world. Their music is a combination of lyrical precision, minimalistic composition, and technically-amateur…
 
In Episode 7, Ami Dang chats with Maral, a Los Angeles-based artist who has formed a unique vision of club music, one that embraces her heritage and recontextualizes it for a new audience. Focusing on the interplay between sounds and culture she combines Iranian folk field recordings with raw distorted beats, hoping it will introduce listeners to n…
 
In Episode 6, Ami Dang chats with Korea Town Acid, a Korean born, Toronto-based DJ/Producer/Live PA performer. She is a classically trained pianist evolved to free-form beat manipulator and creates swinging dance rhythms and moody bangers that meld disassembled minimalism, free jazz and the more avant-garde corners of techno. Check out her work at …
 
In Episode 5, Ami Dang chats with Nailah Hunter, a composer, harpist, pianist, singer, and music educator from Los Angeles. Ami and Nailah discuss how she approached her compositions as spells, the annoying trendiness of new age spiritual practices, her (undiagnosed) synaesthesia, teaching music in quarantine, and more. Nailah Hunter’s debut album …
 
In this episode, we discuss the incredibly harmful treatment and complete disregard of the welfare of international students by the White House and then continue into a discussion of Tobi Oluwole's experience as an international student and the company he built to help them succeed. Learn more about Tobi and his team's work at www.the3skills.com…
 
GRL PWR, a Baltimore-based collective run by Amy Reid and Pangelica, creates platforms for women and LGBTQ identifying people and elevates visibility for underrepresented artists and talent. GRL PWR collaborates with installation, projection and performance artists, transforming environments as a way to grapple with the lack of queer spaces in Balt…
 
“There’s an opportunity for evolution in every single moment.” In Episode 3, Ami Dang chats with Low Leaf (aka Angelica Lopez), Filipino-American Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, composer and producer. Her music combines an array of genres using the harp, piano, guitar, and her experimental nature, to create a unique sound that ex…
 
Ami Dang chats with Victoria Cheong, a Toronto-based artist working in music, video and performance. She produces and performs electronic music as New Chance. Her other musical projects include a collaboration with reggae legend Willi Williams, and the musical duo Nice Hands with dancer-poet Aisha Sasha John. New Chance’s latest EP Hardly Working w…
 
Ami Dang chats with OSE | ओस aka Arushi Jain, a San Francisco based pioneering sound architect and modular synthesist. Growing up in Delhi, she brings out the vibrancy of hindustani classical music in modern electronic movements by composing electronic music heavily inspired by Indian classical music. OSE discusses overcoming cultural dissonance in…
 
This episode discusses two instances of anti-African sentiment that has arisen since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The racism and xenophobia against the WHO Director-General by the Chinese/Taiwanese and the post-colonial, white supremacist sentiments made re: clinical trials in Africa by the French. History of the Speculum https://www.his…
 
We need your help to keep producing the show you come to know and love. Here’s two quick, easy ways you can support the show. Purchase our #CenterBlackMuslimVoices tee: identitypoliticspod.com/shop AND/OR Sign up to become a monthly contributor to the show: identitypoliticspod.com/donate저자 Ikhlas Saleem and Makkah Ali
 
We chat with Toronto-based #Blackistani couple Henna Khawja and Ryan Hilliard about race, family, and what it takes to bring together two cultures in one household. Henna Khawja is a registered social worker at University of Toronto and Ryan Hilliard is a youth director and youth counselor and advocate for a number of organizations and […]…
 
We chat with Hoda Katebi, of Blue Tin Production Co-op, about how our clothes and our spirituality are connected, and steps we can take towards becoming more responsible consumers. We also share our first modest fit and whether or not we’d wear Nike’s new swimsuit. Guest Hoda Katebi is a Chicago-based Iranian-American creative and community […]…
 
Behavioral Relationship Expert, Tracy Crossley, comes by the studio to talk about dating and relationships. This is a fun and educational episode everyone should hear (regardless of where you are in the relationship spectrum). Tracy is candid, warm and right on target when it comes to our need for human connection.…
 
On this episode, Aymann Ismail, host of Slate’s Man Up podcast joins the show to discuss what it means to be a man in today’s world, what positive masculinity can look like, and how men can achieve it. Plus Makkah brings on a special guest, Rizwaan Akhtar, to learn about the spaces some men are […]저자 Ikhlas Saleem and Makkah Ali
 
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