• Powerhouses

    6 GIU 2024 · A Lightweight Champion, a female politician who challenged the glass ceiling, and an influential jazz musician. Who were they? Today’s episode shares three  more mixed-race public figures from history. Coined “The Reading Hour”, listen along as Jolie reads about these dynamic trailblazers. Saoul Paul Mamby (1947–2019) was an American boxer who held the WBC super lightweight title from 1980 to 1982. Born in the South Bronx, New York, to parents of Spanish and Jamaican descent, Mamby converted to Judaism at a young age. He began boxing in 1963, turned professional in 1969, and served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. Mamby's boxing career included notable victories and title defenses, facing opponents like Roberto Durán and Saengsak Muangsurin. He continued fighting into his 50s and attempted a comeback at age 60, becoming one of the oldest boxers to compete in an officially sanctioned bout. Known for his durability, Mamby was stopped only once in 85 professional fights. Mae Street Kidd (1904–1999) was an American businesswoman, civic leader, and politician known for her significant contributions during a time when gender and racial barriers were prominent. Born in Kentucky to an interracial family, she had a distinguished career in public relations and served in the Red Cross during WWII. In politics, she represented Louisville in the Kentucky House of Representatives from 1968 to 1984, advocating for landmark legislation such as the creation of the Kentucky Housing Corporation and the ratification of the Reconstruction Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Kidd's legacy reflects her resilience and commitment to civil rights. Charles Mingus Jr. (1922–1979) was a multifaceted American jazz musician known for his prowess as an upright bassist, composer, bandleader, and pianist. He was a key figure in jazz history, collaborating with luminaries like Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, and Max Roach. Mingus' innovative compositions spanned genres from bebop to avant-garde jazz, showcased in albums like "Pithecanthropus Erectus" and "Mingus Ah Um." His music continues to be celebrated, performed by groups like the Mingus Big Band. Mingus' life was marked by his diverse heritage and experiences with racism, shaping his music's themes of injustice and discrimination. He was also known for his tempestuous personality and occasionally violent temper, alongside his brilliance as a musician. Mingus left a lasting legacy in jazz, honored with accolades like induction into the Grammy Hall of Fame and a US postage stamp in his honor. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saoul_Mamby https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mae_Street_Kidd https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Mingus DOWNLOAD and SUBSCRIBE to Generation Mixed, on Apple, Spotify, IHeart, or Spreaker! FOLLOW US:  - Instagram: @generationmixedpodcast | https://www.instagram.com/generationmixedpodcast/ - Tik-Tok: @GenMixedpodcast | https://www.tiktok.com/@genmixedpodcast - Subscribe to our newsletter at http://www.nuwavemedia.org - E-mail us with any questions, comments, or suggestions for future episodes: Generationmixedpodcast@gmail.com - Wanna be on the show? Text or call 510-852-9550!  What it means to be multiracial in America, one story at a time, from the studio to the streets.   – Exciting news! JMarc has partnered with NuWave Community Media, a non-profit promoting digital literacy. Support our cause by donating or volunteering at www.nuwavemedia.org. Explore our diverse podcasts
    1 h 3 min. 29 sec.
  • A Woman Ahead of her Time

    16 MAG 2024 · Beverly Johnson was not the world’s first black supermodel. Donyale Luna was. Dive in with Jolie about  this seminal model-actress life, who was ahead of her time, extremely unique, and the definition behind the different struts on runways, and “The Stare” Peggy Ann Freeman, also known professionally as Donyale Luna, achieved renown as an African American model and actress in the late 1960s, particularly in Western Europe. Often hailed as "the first Black supermodel," Luna broke barriers by gracing the cover of the British edition of Vogue in March 1966, marking a historic moment. She collaborated with Andy Warhol on several avant-garde films starting from 1965, and her notable appearances include roles in Otto Preminger's Skidoo (1968) and Federico Fellini's Satyricon (1969) following her role in the experimental film Qui êtes-vous, Polly Maggoo? (1966). DOWNLOAD and SUBSCRIBE to Generation Mixed, on Apple, Spotify, IHeart, or Spreaker! FOLLOW US:  - Instagram: @generationmixedpodcast | https://www.instagram.com/generationmixedpodcast/ - Subscribe to our newsletter at http://www.nuwavemedia.org - E-mail us with any questions, comments, or suggestions for future episodes: Generationmixedpodcast@gmail.com - Wanna be on the show? Text or call 510-852-9550!  What it means to be multiracial in America, one story at a time, from the studio to the streets. 
    1 h 14 min. 53 sec.
  • The Lion and Johnny Cash’s Wife

    24 APR 2024 · Dive into another history lesson about jazz pianist William Henry Joseph Bonaparte Bertholf Smith nicknamed the Lion, and the other is Vivian Cash, wife of the late Johnny Cash who, when they were married, was accused of being a Black woman. Was she passing? Or was she really white? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willie_%22the_Lion%22_Smith  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vivian_Cash Did you ever know anyone who thought they were white until a DNA test proved otherwise? DOWNLOAD and SUBSCRIBE to Generation Mixed, on Apple, Spotify, IHeart, or Spreaker! FOLLOW US:  https://www.instagram.com/generationmixedpodcast/ Subscribe to our newsletter at http://www.nuwavemedia.org E-mail us with any questions, comments, or suggestions for future episodes: Generationmixedpodcast@gmail.com Wanna be on the show? Text or call 510-852-9550!  What it means to be multiracial in America, one story at a time, from the studio to the streets.   Exciting news! JMarc has partnered with NuWave Community Media, a non-profit promoting digital literacy. Support our cause by donating or volunteering at www.nuwavemedia.org. Explore our diverse podcasts  for insightful content. Join us in building a digitally empowered community!
    31 min. 37 sec.
  • Black Irish, Black Dutch and Black Jews

    13 APR 2024 · Y’all ever heard these terms? Black Irish? Black Dutch? Black Jew?Join Jolie as she explores the backgrounds on Black Irish, Black Dutch, African-American Jews and the Black Jews of New york, her hometown! Black Irish: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Irish_(folklore) Black Dutch : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Dutch_(genealogy) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Dutch_(genealogy)African American Jews: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African-American_Jews Black Jews of New York City: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Jews_in_New_York_City What other mixed race groups have been overlooked in history?DOWNLOAD and SUBSCRIBE to Generation Mixed, on Apple, Spotify, IHeart, or Spreaker! FOLLOW US:  - Instagram: @generationmixedpodcast | https://www.instagram.com/generationmixedpodcast/ - Tik-Tok: @GenMixedpodcast | https://www.tiktok.com/@genmixedpodcast - Subscribe to our newsletter at http://www.nuwavemedia.org - E-mail us with any questions, comments, or suggestions for future episodes: Generationmixedpodcast@gmail.com - Wanna be on the show? Text or call 510-852-9550!  What it means to be multiracial in America, one story at a time, from the studio to the streets.   – Exciting news! JMarc has partnered with NuWave Community Media, a non-profit promoting digital literacy. Support our cause by donating or volunteering at www.nuwavemedia.org. Explore our diverse podcasts  for insightful content. Join us in building a digitally empowered community!
    37 min. 20 sec.
  • What Does MGM Mean in the Mixed Race Community

    20 MAR 2024 · Ready to have your mind blown? Philip Arnell, celebrated author of ‘Fortunate Member of a Caribbean Diaspora’ and ‘Still Bajan After All These Years’ comes onto the show to discuss his newest book, ‘MGM Perspective a Guideline into the Mixed World’ that addresses what it means to be mixed race in our growing community regarding societal constructs. Philip Timothy Arnell, born October 3, 1968, in Queens, NY, is a two-time global bestselling author of Caribbean descent. A proud Caribbean American, he holds dual citizenship in the U.S. and France and resides in New York City. Arnell's early career included acting in commercials, voiceovers, TV, stage, and films. He earned a BSc in Communications from St. John's University. Later, he ventured into the financial industry. For over forty-six years, he has researched his family history, culminating in two books sold in nineteen countries and featured in numerous museums, libraries, archives internationally and a reference module for one school system. Now, his latest book, “The MGM Perspective – A Guideline into the Mixed World”, embarks on the Caribbean mixed- race perspective regarding race classification/relations in America from the Caribbean - American point of view. In addition, you can find his other books, “Fortunate Member of a Caribbean Diaspora", "Still Bajan After All These Years”, available on Amazon.com. IG: caribauthor TikTok: caribbandit Facebook: Philip Arnell What are your thoughts on MGMs? DOWNLOAD and SUBSCRIBE to Generation Mixed, on Apple, Spotify, IHeart, or Spreaker! FOLLOW US:  - Instagram: @generationmixedpodcast | https://www.instagram.com/generationmixedpodcast/ - Tik-Tok: @GenMixedpodcast | https://www.tiktok.com/@genmixedpodcast - Subscribe to our newsletter at http://www.nuwavemedia.org - E-mail us with any questions, comments, or suggestions for future episodes: Generationmixedpodcast@gmail.com - Wanna be on the show? Text or call 510-852-9550!  What it means to be multiracial in America, one story at a time, from the studio to the streets.   – Exciting news! JMarc has partnered with NuWave Community Media, a non-profit promoting digital literacy. Support our cause by donating or volunteering at www.nuwavemedia.org. Explore our diverse podcasts  for insightful content. Join us in building a digitally empowered community!
    1 h 1 min. 2 sec.
  • The Mixd Movement with Rachael Go!

    7 MAR 2024 · Reaching out and creating community with fellow podcast hosts! This exciting episode, we meet Rachael Go, a fellow host in the mixed race community, who co-hosts with her two siblings on the Mixd Movement podcast. We discuss Rachel’s upbringing, reuniting with her siblings,podcasting insights, as well as her contribution to the Breast Cancer foundation in a contest “FabOver40” “Rachael Go, a Midwest native, was born into a unique family situation. She was the only one of mixed race. Rachael grew up knowing her dad and her biological father were two different people. This family dynamic led to a confusing and isolating adolescence. As an adult, Rachael moved to the Pacific Northwest. After settling into her new home, she began to notice other mixed-race people had their own unique, yet similar life experiences. This inspired her to create a podcast to empower others to love and accept all aspects of themselves. She created and launched The Mix'd Movement Podcast in May of 2022. She currently co-hosts with her two estranged half-siblings after reconnecting while grieving the passing of their biological father. Rachael also founded Polished Velvet while diving into a career in personal development coaching. She primarily works with clients navigating the nuances of their racial identity. Rachael has been featured in other podcasts, spoken at community events, and regularly hosts workshops on topics surrounding multiracial and multicultural life experiences.” https://www.instagram.com/polished.velvet?igsh=MTRkNXZxOWx4NjczZg%3D%3D&utm_source=qr https://www.instagram.com/mixd.movement?igsh=MXBmamV4cDQ3aXRicA== https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100085305740919&mibextid=opq0tG https://msha.ke/mixdmovement.com DOWNLOAD and SUBSCRIBE to Generation Mixed, on Apple, Spotify, IHeart, or Spreaker! FOLLOW US: - Instagram: @generationmixedpodcast | https://www.instagram.com/generationmixedpodcast/ - Tik-Tok: @GenMixedpodcast | https://www.tiktok.com/@genmixedpodcast - Subscribe to our newsletter at http://www.nuwavemedia.org - E-mail us with any questions, comments, or suggestions for future episodes: Generationmixedpodcast@gmail.com - Wanna be on the show? Text or call 510-852-9550 What it means to be multiracial in America, one story at a time, from the studio to the streets. Exciting news! JMarc has partnered with NuWave Community Media, a non-profit promoting digital literacy. Support our cause by donating or volunteering at www.nuwavemedia.org. Explore our diverse podcasts for insightful content. Join us in building a digitally empowered community!
    56 min. 51 sec.
  • Introducing…Miss Sally Hemings!

    23 FEB 2024 · We have all heard of Sally Hemings; she was the biracial mistress of Thomas Jefferson. But else do we know? Deep dive into this episode about Sally Hemings, her background, her descendants, and her cultural influence on the arts. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sally_Hemings Are there any other Sally hemings we don’t know about? Let me know, and I’ll do an episode! DOWNLOAD and SUBSCRIBE to Generation Mixed, on Apple, Spotify, IHeart, or Spreaker! FOLLOW US: - Instagram: @generationmixedpodcast | https://www.instagram.com/generationmixedpodcast/ - Tik-Tok: @GenMixedpodcast | https://www.tiktok.com/@genmixedpodcast - Subscribe to our newsletter at http://www.nuwavemedia.org - E-mail us with any questions, comments, or suggestions for future episodes: Generationmixedpodcast@gmail.com - Wanna be on the show? Text or call 510-852-9550! What it means to be multiracial in America, one story at a time, from the studio to the streets. – Exciting news! JMarc has partnered with NuWave Community Media, a non-profit promoting digital literacy. Support our cause by donating or volunteering at www.nuwavemedia.org. Explore our diverse podcasts for insightful content. Join us in building a digitally empowered community!
    59 min. 19 sec.
  • Author Naomi Wong Returns!

    9 FEB 2024 · In this riveting episode of Generation Mixed Podcast, your host Jolie welcomes back the phenomenal writer Naomi Wong to unveil the highly anticipated sequel to her sci-fi thriller, "Amphibious." Immerse yourself in the creative process as Naomi shares insights into "Bivalent," exploring the possibility of a trilogy and treating listeners to an exclusive excerpt. Beyond literature, we delve into Naomi's future plans, personal growth, and thought-provoking social experiments highlighting the complexities of racial identity. As we pay tribute to Fredi Washington for Black History Month, the episode concludes with heartfelt gratitude to Naomi for sharing her journey— one story at a time, from the studio to the streets. Connect with us: - Instagram: @generationmixedpodcast - - Tik-Tok: @GenMixedpodcast Stay tuned for more trending topics and subscribe on Spreaker, Apple, IHeart, or Spotify to join the vibrant community exploring the beauty of mixed-race narratives!
    1 h 3 min. 41 sec.
  • AITA with David and Jermaine

    25 GEN 2024 · Get ready for new AITA reddit stories! Dive in with Jolie, David and Jermaine, as all three respond to three brand new AITA posts on Reddit that discuss challenges of being mixed race in today’s world. Jermaine is an aspiring actor and model, who is graduating from college in Spring.David works as a dance teacher, attends school, and has won many competitions. @408maine (Jermaine) @kingmachl90_ (David) How can we bridge the gaps within our mixed race community based on experiences, geography, skin tone, and upbringing to become more united? DOWNLOAD and SUBSCRIBE to Generation Mixed, on Apple, Spotify, IHeart, or Spreaker! FOLLOW US: - Instagram: @generationmixedpodcast | https://www.instagram.com/generationmixedpodcast/ - Tik-Tok: @GenMixedpodcast | https://www.tiktok.com/@genmixedpodcast - Subscribe to our newsletter at http://www.nuwavemedia.org - E-mail us with any questions, comments, or suggestions for future episodes: Generationmixedpodcast@gmail.com - Wanna be on the show? Text or call 510-852-9550! What it means to be multiracial in America, one story at a time, from the studio to the streets. – Exciting news! JMarc has partnered with NuWave Community Media, a non-profit promoting digital literacy. Support our cause by donating or volunteering at www.nuwavemedia.org. Explore our diverse podcasts for insightful content. Join us in building a digitally empowered community
    31 min. 1 sec.
  • On Being Biracial with Daralyse Lyons

    10 GEN 2024 · EPISODE 78 Join us with reprise guest Daralyse Lyons (E 46 Transformational Storyteller) as we catch up with her completed project, the On Being Biracial Podcast as a co host! We delve into the podcaster’s world discussing challenges, hopes, and triumphs. You can read Daralyse’s amazing contributions via her website daralyselyons.comFollow her on Instagram and Twitter @daralyselyonsCheck out her podcast On Being BiracialFacebook Daralyse Lyons Have you ever tried or want to be a podcaster? What topics would you discuss? DOWNLOAD and SUBSCRIBE to Generation Mixed, on Apple, Spotify, IHeart, or Spreaker! FOLLOW US: - Instagram: @generationmixedpodcast | https://www.instagram.com/generationmixedpodcast/ - Tik-Tok: @GenMixedpodcast | https://www.tiktok.com/@genmixedpodcast - Subscribe to our newsletter at http://www.nuwavemedia.org - E-mail us with any questions, comments, or suggestions for future episodes: Generationmixedpodcast@gmail.com - Wanna be on the show? Text or call 510-852-9550! What it means to be multiracial in America, one story at a time, from the studio to the streets. Exciting news! JMarc has partnered with NuWave Community Media, a non-profit promoting digital literacy. Support our cause by donating or volunteering at www.nuwavemedia.org. Explore our diverse podcasts for insightful content. Join us in building a digitally empowered community!
    49 min. 2 sec.

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In the 2010 Census multiracial people were counted at 9 million; in 2020 it exploded to 33.8 million a 276% increase. Generation Mixed Podcast was created as an outlet for...

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In the 2010 Census multiracial people were counted at 9 million; in 2020 it exploded to 33.8 million a 276% increase. Generation Mixed Podcast was created as an outlet for these voices to be heard, one story at a time. Weekly guests will give you glimpses of their lives, about how they navigate through a world that is not always accepting. There will be similarities, and differences. Each story will weave a thread that, combined with other stories, will create a beautiful colorful tapestry that represents what it means to be multiracial in America. Let's come together, tune in, and start creating a community.

Hosted by Jolie, or Jolie Frijole when the whim hits her, she will bring these stories to you in a Q&A format by guests from different backgrounds and life experiences. She begins the first podcast about herself, and each week, will bring a new guest or guests to share their stories.

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