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We're thrilled to announce that our series, THE APAHM CONVERSATIONS, has been named a finalist for the 2023 Signal Awards, and we're taking a trip down memory lane to relive the magic! To celebrate, for the next ten days we're re-airing the episodes that got us here 🎙️✨
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The APAHM Conversations continue with Tony DelaRosa! Tony and Patrick discuss uncovering our histories through the oral narratives of our families, developing mindful, expansive Asian American education policy + curriculum, and how, with our lived experience, we can do this work right now.
Tony DelaRosa is a Filipino American anti-bias, anti-racist educator, ethnic studies researcher, motivational speaker, and cross-racial coalition builder. He is currently a PhD student in the Education Leadership & Policy Analysis program at UW-Madison focusing on Ethnic Studies Policies and how they translate into practices. Lastly, he is the author of Teaching the Invisible Race: Embodying a Pro-Asian American Lens in Schools with Jossey-Bass / WILEY Publishing.
Learn more about Tony: www.tonyrosaspeaks.com
Pre-order Teaching the Invisible Race: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/teaching-the-invisible-race-tony-delarosa/1143179043
Learn more about Dr. Nolan Cabrera: https://coe.arizona.edu/person/nolan-l-cabrera
Thanks to our media partners, Cold Tea Collective, for helping amplify this series.
Cold Tea Collective is a media outlet, sharing the stories of the next generation of the Asian diaspora. Their mission is to inspire the AAPI community through storytelling that will empower them to live their most authentic and fulfilled lives. To learn more, visit coldteacollective.com or visit them on Instagram @coldteacollective.
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Produced, edited, and hosted by: Patrick Armstrong
Music by: tavamusic