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Playlist: Multicultural Monday

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¿Qué Pasa, Midwest? (Series)

Produced by WNIN

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¿QPM? S4 EP 1: How the census and the elections mix.

From WNIN | Part of the ¿Qué Pasa, Midwest? series | 10:15

Qpm_logo_whiteblack_dark_small This season we’re staying on top of two major topics happening this and the next year; the census and the 2020 elections. Escucha conversaciones about Indigenous pride, citizenship, voting and how the census and the elections relate to each other.

The Hula Lesson

From Outer Voices | 57:26

In “The Hula Lesson” we join Hawaiian Hula teacher Roselle Bailey and her halau of multicultural women to find out what hula is, what it means to Hawaii, and why so many non-Hawaiians love it.

C0021602_small Hula is more than girls dancing with coconut bras and grass skirts, with strains of Don Ho in the background. In fact, hula is a complete expression of a traditional culture, which uses dancing and singing for teaching social lessons, and for recounting history. In “The Hula Lesson” we join Hawaiian Hula teacher Roselle Bailey and her halau of multicultural women to find out what hula is, what it means to Hawaii, and why so many non-Hawaiians love it.

Race Matters

From Philosophy Talk | Part of the Philosophy Talk series | 53:58

What's could be controversial about a movement insisting that Black lives matter too?

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Started in the wake of George Zimmerman's 2013 acquittal in the death of Trayvon Martin, the #BlackLivesMatter movement has become a powerful campaign demanding redress for the mistreatment of African-Americans by law enforcement in the United States. But it has also inspired deep antipathy from those who claim it overemphasizes racial issues. So how much does – and should – race matter? Does #BlackLivesMatter speak for all black people? How should we respond to counter-movements like #AllLivesMatter? Ken and Debra discuss matters with Chris Lebron from Johns Hopkins University, author of The Making of Black Lives Matter: A Brief History of an Idea.

Travel to Tunisia

From Let's Travel! Radio | 54:53

Lets Travel! Radio's newest adventure is here. Tune in as Michael discusses Tunisian cuisine, sightseeing, fashion, and International Air Travel. Special guests interviewed give their insight on all the beautiful country has to offer.

Tunisia_yscgj Lets Travel! Radio's newest adventure is here. Tune in as Michael discusses Tunisian cuisine, sightseeing, fashion, and International Air Travel. Special guests interviewed give their insight on all the beautiful country has to offer.

Cumbia: The Musical Backbone Of Latin America

From NPR Music | Part of the Alt.Latino series | 29:00

Whether you're in a convenience store in Ushuaia, the southernmost tip of Argentina, Mexico City or East L.A., you're likely to hear cumbia blaring from a stereo. In Latin America, no musical style has been as widespread, unifying and, we would argue, misunderstood as cumbia.

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Whether you're in a convenience store in Ushuaia, the southernmost tip of Argentina, Mexico City or East L.A., you're likely to hear cumbia blaring from a stereo. In Latin America, no musical style has been as widespread, unifying and, we would argue, misunderstood as cumbia.

Talking to White Kids About Race and Racism

From Safe Space Radio | Part of the Can We Talk? series | 59:00

Many white parents have never learned how to talk about race and racism with their kids. Their silence perpetuates racism—but it can be hard to know how to start. This hour-long program is about talking to white kids about race and racism: how white parents, families, and teachers can learn to show up for racial justice in a way that will make a difference for generations to come. The show explores a wide variety of approaches with kids of all ages.

Talking_to_kids_prx_photo_small Many white parents have never learned how to talk about race and racism with their kids. Their silence perpetuates racism—but it can be hard to know how to start. This hour-long program is about talking to white kids about race and racism: how white parents, families, and teachers can learn to show up for racial justice in a way that will make a difference for generations to come. The show explores a wide variety of approaches with kids of all ages.

Parents, racial justice experts, and teens all provide perspectives on these necessary and challenging conversations, with a focus on how white parents can actively interrupt the racist messages and stereotypes that children as young as three years old are already starting to pick up. Host Dr. Anne Hallward combines compelling storytelling with practical expert guidance to give listeners the tools they need to start their own courageous conversations. This show is evergreen. It can be aired as part of a series, or separately.

308: Eat, Travel, Love: Matt Goulding Reveals the Culinary Secrets of Spain, 3/7/2019

From Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio | Part of the Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio series | 53:58

Matt Goulding, author of “Grape, Olive, Pig,” discovers the original paella, finds out-of-the-way Spanish eateries, falls in love and recounts his one meal at elBulli. Plus, we travel to Paris for gnocchi; J. Kenji López-Alt double-fries chicken; and Mark Bittman talks about “Dinner for Everyone.”

Msl_radio_logo_cobrand_prx__2__small Matt Goulding, author of “Grape, Olive, Pig,” discovers the original paella, finds out-of-the-way Spanish eateries, falls in love and recounts his one meal at elBulli. Plus, we travel to Paris for gnocchi; J. Kenji López-Alt double-fries chicken; and Mark Bittman talks about “Dinner for Everyone.”

The Claville Report: Racism, Elitism and Realism - American Politics

From WHRV | Part of the Another View series | 54:00

Trump supporters at a rally in Greenville, North Carolina screamed chants of "send her back" as the President spoke of Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, who is Muslim. All week President Trump has used race-baiting language to describe "the Squad" - four freshman congresswomen of color who he says "should go back to the country they came from". All of the women are American citizens. Race baiting language is not new to politics. Law and history professor Dr. Eric Claville takes us through a historical journey of race and politics and how we must learn from lessons of the past if we are to avoid repeating the same mistakes.

Anotherviewradio2_1__small Trump supporters at a rally in Greenville, North Carolina screamed chants of "send her back" as the President spoke of Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, who is Muslim. All week President Trump has used race-baiting language to describe "the Squad" - four freshman congresswomen of color who he says "should go back to the country they came from". All of the women are American citizens. Race baiting language is not new to politics. Law and history professor Dr. Eric Claville takes us through a historical journey of race and politics and how we must learn from lessons of the past if we are to avoid repeating the same mistakes.