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Created/Hosted by Rita Phetmixay, M.S.W., M.A., Politicized Healing Practitioner, Coach, and Independent Audio Producer. Healing Out Lao'd explores the intersections of Lao diaspora storytelling x healing x tools for sustainability. While this show centers the Lao diaspora experience, anyone can benefit from this resource, especially those in the margins including QTBIPOC (Queer Trans* Black Indigenous Persons of Color), survivors, thrivers, healers, movement builders, and so forth. In order to highlight the nuances of the diverse Lao diaspora experience, HOL casts all perspectives of the struggle of children of refugees while also inspiring a new generation of folx to heal and move forward with their lives. This is one project to expand visions of the overall #LaoHealingMovement.

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E13: Ova Saopeng on refuge to Hawaii + first wave (1.5 gen) Lao Am movement work + processing grief & fatherhood
MEET HOL GUEST: OVA SAOPENGIn episode 13 of HOL, Ova joins Rita for a conversation about his family’s refuge to Hawaii post Secret War in Laos, identifying as 1.5 generation, enacting the first waves of Lao American movement work, processing grief post-father’s death and about his own becomings of fatherhood. Today, Ova is a theater artivist (artist + activist) who performs all over the world through his theater company called TeAda Productions, which is a nomadic theater of color rooted in the stories of immigrants and refugees. More specifically through Refugee Nation performance, they touch issues relating to the refugee experience assimilation, generation gap, and mental health using drama, film, music, and audience interaction, and personalizes these issues through a genuine Laotian American perspective. ----------TAKE THE LISTENER SURVEY! (10 min) As a brand new podcast, HOL needs your support!!! Please subscribe, give a 5-star rating, and a leave us a positive review to help us continue. KOP JAIII LAI DERRR P'NONG!!! (THANK YOU VERY MUCH, FAM!)CONNECT WITH OVA: INSTAGRAMFACEBOOK TeAda WEBSITEREFERENCED IN THIS EPISODE: REFUGEE NATION1.5 GenerationSavannakhet ProvinceXeno VillageSleeping Death SyndromeLegacies of War, Channapha KhamvongsaCenter for Lao Studies, Vinya Sysamouth and Phoumy SayavongSteve ArounsackBryan Thao WorraPhitsamay UyToni MorrisonEthnic Groups in LaosUniversity of Southern California (USC)JOIN THE COMMUNITY:Join the community of HOL @healingoutlaod on Instagram & Twitter  & Facebook All costs going towards this podcast are out-of-pocket. Healing Out Lao'd is currently facilitated by one-person with amazing guests and collaborators who volunteer their time to support. Consider donating any funds if you are in the position to do so! Help Rita cover costs by becoming a monthly sustainer at patreon.com/healingoutlaod OR you may make a one-time donation via PayPal AND/OR Venmo and write in the description “#HOLdonation”. HUGE SHOUT OUTS TO:Laos Angeles Roots Members Andrew David Vilaythong for mixing/producing the beats for HOL and "mystery person" @LaosSupply for the beautiful logo design!  Support the show
E12: Tina Maharath on unraveling family secrets + navigating the Ohio State Senate as the first Lao & Asian American woman senator
MEET HOL GUEST: Tina MaharathIn episode 12 of HOL, Tina joins Rita for a conversation about finding closure after unraveling so many hidden family secrets + seeking professional support for mental health issues + navigating the reality of becoming the first Lao and Asian American woman senator in the Ohio State Senate. Today, Tina is a badass mama and enjoys involving herself in the Ohio community by speaking to constituents about issues impacting women, people of color, small business owners, and immigrant and working-class families. ----------As a brand new podcast, HOL needs your support!!! Please subscribe, give a 5-star rating, and a leave us a positive review to help us continue. KOP JAIII LAI DERRR P'NONG!!! (THANK YOU VERY MUCH, FAM!)CONNECT WITH TINA: INSTAGRAMFACEBOOK SENATOR FACEBOOKTWITTER SENATOR TWITTERWEBSITEREFERENCED IN THIS EPISODE: Hell-Bent Feminist She-DevilsOhio UniversityJOIN THE COMMUNITY:Join the community of HOL @healingoutlaod on Instagram & Twitter  & Facebook All costs going towards this podcast are out-of-pocket. Healing Out Lao'd is currently facilitated by one-person with amazing guests and collaborators who volunteer their time to support. Consider donating any funds if you are in the position to do so! Help Rita cover costs by becoming a monthly sustainer at patreon.com/healingoutlaod OR you may make a one-time donation via PayPal AND/OR Venmo and write in the description “#HOLdonation”. HUGE SHOUT OUTS TO:Laos Angeles Roots Members Andrew David Vilaythong for mixing/producing the beats for HOL and "mystery person" @LaosSupply for the beautiful logo design!  FEEDBACK: There will be a listener survey launched by Episode 13 that will be posted on HOL’s website to improve your experience. Should you have any immediate questions, feedback and/or would like to suggest people/topics/issues to be repped on this platform, please send an email to healingoutlaod@gmail.comSupport the show
E11: Practice Tip--How to Have a Healthy Relationship with Social Media
Listen to Dana talk about how to have a healthy relationship with social media in the digital media age! Check out the corresponding conversation between Rita and Dana titled: “E11: Dana Dang on early age independence + exploring Lao & Vietnamese identities + entrepreneurship & social media”!!! ----As a brand new podcast--we need all the support we can get!!! Please help us reach more folx in the Lao diaspora by subscribing to "Healing Out Lao'd" on iTunes + Spotify + Google Play + Stitcher. In addition, we also need you to support by giving HOL a 5-star rating and to share a positive review to help us sustain and continue! Please join Rita in helping sustain and promote visibility of the Lao diaspora and SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW now! All costs going towards this podcast are out-of-pocket. Healing Out Lao'd is currently facilitated by one-person with amazing guests and collaborators who volunteer their time to support. Consider donating any funds if you are in the position to do so! Help Rita cover costs by becoming a monthly sustainer at patreon.com/healingoutlaod OR you may make a one-time donation via PayPal. JOIN THE COMMUNITY:Follow us @healingoutlaod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Check out HOL's brand new website as well: www.healingoutlaod.org and sign-up for the email list to receive quarterly newsletters about what's healing in our community! HUGE SHOUT OUTS TO:Laos Angeles Roots Members Andrew David Vilaythong for mixing/producing the beats for HOL and "mystery person" @LaosSupply for the beautiful logo design!  FEEDBACK: To provide feedback, let us know of current issues/topics you'd like to bring up and/or suggest people to be guests on this podcast, you may send an email to healingoutlaod@gmail.com. We look forward to hearing your voice!!!Support the show
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Started
Dec 10th, 2018
Latest Episode
Sep 8th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
26
Avg. Episode Length
43 minutes
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