Susan Albert Loewenberg

In this episode we connect with Susan Albert Lowenberg, founder and Producing Director of L.A. Theatre Works. L.A. Theatre Works has produced and recorded over 600 audio plays over almost 40 years. All recordings are available with a subscription or...

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Miko Lee and Annie Lee

In this episode we connect with Miko Lee from Asian Americans for Civil Rights and Equality, and Annie Lee from Chinese for Affirmative Action. We discuss the work both organizations do to create solidarity both within the Asian community and...

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Jeffrey Lo, Jeanne Sakata, and Mikiko Suzuki MacAdams

Jeffrey Lo is a Filipino-American playwright and director based in the Bay Area. He is the recipient of the Leigh Weimers Emerging Artist Award, the Emerging Artist Laureate by Arts Council Silicon Valley and Theatre Bay Area Director's TITAN Award. Selected directing...

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Jerry Van Leeuwen, Beth Solomon Marino, and Mikee Ferran

Jerry Van Leeuwen is a native Californian. He was born in Artesia. His father, an immigrant from Holland, was a dairy farmer and Jerry’s first real employment was milking cows for his dad in Chino, CA at the age of 15....

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Kenji G. Taguma and Jon Osaki

Award-winning journalist Kenji G. Taguma is the founding president of the Nichi Bei Foundation. As the Nichi Bei Times was closing in the summer of 2009, he led the movement to launch the first nonprofit ethnic community newspaper of its kind in...

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Larry Oda and Tim Thomas

Larry Oda was born in a Justice Department Internment Camp in Crystal City, Texas during World War II and lives in Monterey, California.  He was educated in Monterey City Schools and earned his Bachelor’s and Master's degrees from California State University,...

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