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31 minutes | Oct 30, 2016
Bettina and Keira: Lessons of indigenous wisdom from native and non-native perspective
Keira and Bettina first met at Columbia's Indigenous Studies Summer Program in New York, and then three of us met at the UN's Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues this May. Bettina, native Guarani from Paraguay, and Keira, American genuinely interested in indigenous issues, are very good friends. Listen in as they share their experiences from getting to know indigenous peoples from all over the world, rethinking the issue of identity, and discussing what is happening in Standing Rock
40 minutes | Sep 9, 2016
Dimo's American Dream: How to Make First All-Asian Musical in New York
Dimo is a 25-years old Korean guy who came to New York to direct a musical. His goal is not just to show his own people that Korean can produce musicals not worse that Americans, but also unite all Asians, no matter what country they are coming from, to support and help each other. One day his roomate in New York committed suicide not being able to handle the pressure. Sometime later, this became a story that made Dimo famous..
32 minutes | Mar 16, 2016
What life abroad can teach us: David's adventure in Yemen
David came to Yemen for 4 months and eventually stayed for 3 years. Sacrificing precious time that he could spend building his career, he stayed there to learn about life outside America. And he has never regretted it. He shared with us his insights on how people in Yemen see foreigners, do women there really suffer from lack of rights and opportunities, and even how he managed to secretly dating Yemeny girl.
30 minutes | Mar 1, 2016
Marjan: Digital painting and cataclysmic nature of our times Part II
In the Part II of the podcast Marjan talks more about her work and digital art as a whole. She explains what digital painting is, tells about her experience as a woman working with computers alongside all the men in 80s, and shares her thoughts on how sometimes it is important to be able to work without recognition
28 minutes | Feb 25, 2016
Marjan: Power of Iranian Women Part I
Marjan came to New York from Iran in 1979. What she went through and how this experience built her personality listen to in a new episode of Switch It Up Jenny. This episode presents a different look at Iranian revolution, refugee crisis and true happiness through the artist's eyes.
18 minutes | Jan 23, 2016
How to convince your Brazilian grandma that you are famous: Lessons from Fernanda Part I
Fernanda and her story before and after moving to New York. Let's start with before: how it is working on MTV, how happy it can make your grandma, what the cost of mistakes made on air is.. All that in Fernanda's podcast Part I
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