Woman, Asian & Bloody Immigrant

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This episode is on Anti-Black Racism and Colourism in the Pakistani community and how we can speak up about it. We discuss how colourism in the Pakistani community largely drives racism against black people from Pakistanis. I'm joined by my favourite and at this point regular guest Komal Ashfaq and our first-time guest Inka Rosi to speak on this. Both Inka and Komal have had different experiences with colourism because of their different skin complexion which further informs how we look at people with dark skin colour in societies all over the world. If you enjoyed the episode, follow the podcast and share the episode!  Feel free to reach out - in the comments or send a message on the podcast's social media DMs.  Thank you for listening!  Instagram - @wabipodcast  Twitter - @wabipodcast
This episode is very important for my guest and me personally and politically. My guest for this episode is Marium Fatimah Malik, a friend of mine since primary school. This episode, we continue talking about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong for greater democratic freedom, ethnic minorities participating in the protests, and the conversations around it. We further talk about national identity and how we identify to a state or culture and we discuss the future of hong kong.  I hope you enjoy this very important episode and gain greater insight into the protests in Hong Kong.  Thank you very much for listening!  Follow us on social media -  Instagram - @wabipodcast  Twitter - @wabipodcast
This episode is very important for my guest and myself personally and politically. My guest for this episode is Marium Fatimah Malik, a friend of mine since primary school. This episode, we are talking about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong for greater democratic freedom, which Marium has been a part of since the beginning. On 1st October 2019, she was subjected to Hong Kong Police’s excessive force and aggressively arrested. She was in prison for 36 hours and still has an investigation open against her. I hope you enjoy this very important episode and gain a greater insight on the protests in Hong Kong. Thank you very much for listening! Follow us on social media: Instagram - @wabipodcast Twitter - @wabipodcast
Here is the second part of episode 3 in which we focus more on the education system of Hong Kong that holds ethnic minority students back and upholds academic segregation.  I hope you take something of value from this episode. And if there are your own experiences and thoughts with/on racism that you would like to share, please feel free to share them in the comments or send a message through on the podcast's social media DMs.   Thank you very much for listening!  Follow us on social media:  Instagram - @wabipodcast  Twitter - @wabipodcast
This episode I'm joined by my wonderful friends Komal and Zulakha, to share our experiences of racism we face in Hong Kong on almost a daily basis, whether outwardly or indirectly.   This is one of the most important episodes of the podcast for me so far. I have had many formative experiences dealing with racism almost all my life in Hong Kong, some positive, many negative.  It is a personal and vulnerable episode.   My friends Komal and Zulakha very generously offered their voices, experiences, and thoughts on this topic for this episode. We shared a lot with each other in this episode about what we face, how we feel and what we've been through. I think we might have forgotten that we were live and recording a podcast and this all turned into just 3 friends sharing their hearts and minds. It takes an open heart and a mature outlook to be this vulnerable on air about some of the most personal experiences. I cannot thank Komal and Zulakha more for this.  I hope you take something of value from this episode. And if there are your own experiences and thoughts with/on racism that you would like to share, please feel free to share them in the comments or send a message through on the podcast's social media DMs.  Thank you very much for listening! Follow us on social media: IG - @wabipodcast Twitter - @wabipodcast
In the 2nd episode of the podcast, I'm joined by two of my best friends Sandy and Puja and we talk about how wearing make-up affects how we see ourselves, the beauty industry's toxicity and how we can build our self-esteem outside of our physical appearance.  I hope you enjoy our conversation! Follow us on social media: IG - @wabipodcast Twitter - @wabipodcast
In this first episode of the Woman, Asian & Bloody Immigrant, I have invited my good friend Komal to talk about YouTube and the current YouTuber drama chaos it finds itself in every other week.  We talk about YouTube's golden days when OG YouTubers created the best content there was, how YouTubers like James Charles and Logan Paul, and the advertising business has corrupted the simple idea of uploading your video creations on a free platform, and how young kids and teenagers are consuming the most outrageous content that even we adults sometimes can't quite comprehend.  I hope you enjoy our conversation! Follow us on social media: IG - @wabipodcast Twitter - @wabipodcast
In the 2nd episode of the podcast I am joined by two of my best friends Sandy and Puja to talk about the Beauty Industry, Make-up and Self-Esteem. We talk about society's expectations and pressures on women to look conventionally beautiful and how the Beauty Industry encourages that pressure, we talk about why we wear make-up in the first place and how we can feel confident with or without make-up.  Feel free to comment your thoughts on the topic or suggestions about other topics you want to hear discussed on the podcast in the comments section or on our social media pages. I hope you enjoy the conversation! Follow us: Instagram - @wabipodcast Twitter - @wabipodcast
In this first episode of the Woman, Asian & Bloody Immigrant, I have invited my good friend Komal to talk about YouTube and the current YouTuber drama chaos it finds itself in every other week. We talk about YouTube's golden days when OG YouTubers created the best content there was, how YouTubers like James Charles and Logan Paul, and the advertising business has corrupted the simple idea of uploading your video creations on a free platform, and how young kids and teenagers are consuming the most outrageous content that even we adults sometimes can't quite comprehend. I hope you enjoy our conversation! Follow us: Instagram - @wabipodcast Twitter - @wabipodcast 
Teaser Trailer for my podcast! First episode coming out on Monday 17th June!! Audio Transcript: Hi! This is the Woman, Asian & Bloody Immigrant podcast, my name is Kamaria and I am your host. This is a podcast where I will invite people I know and admire, to have conversations on big or small but equally interesting topics like climate change or cancel culture on social media. Over the last couple of years, I’ve been inspired by brown immigrant public figures like the actor Riz Ahmed, the rapper Lowkey, the writer Suhaiymah Manzoor Khan and many more, who give their takes on issues and topics that we almost always hear from white voices by default which has left a one dimensional view on the table that ignores and dismisses other perspectives and experiences that could change the conversation entirely. I want to start applying our perspective on these subjects. There is a serious lack of women, ethnic minority and immigrant’s voices when it comes to this type of interesting and deep conversations. We may share our opinions on climate change or cancel culture in private, but I think it’s really important to bring these conversations public because we need our unique voices out there. We need to represent ourselves. Putting our conversations out there will encourage our communities to think deeper, open ourselves to new ideas and speak our minds more often. My first guest is my good friend Komal and we are talking about YouTube, how it’s changed from its early days, YouTube creators then and, the drama business that’s taking over the creative side of YouTube and how the platform is influencing our younger generation. Stay tuned for the first episode coming out Monday 17th June! 
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Podcast Details

Created by
Kamaria Ahmad
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Jun 15th, 2019
Latest Episode
Jun 21st, 2020
Release Period
3 per week
Episodes
10
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic

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