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The Global Chatter (from The Black Expat) is a conversational podcast that provides discussion on international mobility, identity, race, career and more. Each episode takes a deeper dive on issues related around the expatriate experience, especially as it relates to Black and Brown people. Come for the commentary. Stay for the laughs. Hosted by Amanda Bates. Produced by Justin Williams.

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The Global Chatter (from The Black Expat) is a conversational podcast that provides discussion on international mobility, identity, race, career and more. Each episode takes a deeper dive on issues related around the expatriate experience, especially as it relates to Black and Brown people. Come for the commentary. Stay for the laughs. Hosted by Amanda Bates. Produced by Justin Williams.

    "Freedom Work is Healing Work" with Darnell Fine - Episode 11

    "Freedom Work is Healing Work" with Darnell Fine - Episode 11

    Singapore-based Darnell Fine is an instructional coach and classroom teacher who applies radical imagination to the profession of teaching. In this episode, Darnell and Amanda have a frank discussion on the power of gatekeeping, the need to understand systemic oppression and the challenge in pushing the diversity conversation in recruitment, and especially in international schools.  Website: www.darnellfineinstructionalcoach.com

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    • 1h 21 min
    "A Journey by Choice" with Masauko Chipembere & Dr. Natasha Gordon-Chipembere - Episode 10

    "A Journey by Choice" with Masauko Chipembere & Dr. Natasha Gordon-Chipembere - Episode 10

    Masauko Chipembere & Dr. Natasha Gordon-Chipembere share how their cross-cultural histories, identities and experiences motivated their move to Heredia, Costa-Rica. Conversation includes their love story in South Africa, figuring out identity as a first-generation American, and what you have to consider if you're moving to Costa Rica.  
    Natasha Gordon-Chipembere: www.indisunflower.wixsite.com/natasha-g-chipembere     Masauko Chipembere: www.masauko.com

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    • 1h 28 min
    "Black, African, Third Culture Kid" with Stephanie Taderea & Astrid Chitou - Episode 9

    "Black, African, Third Culture Kid" with Stephanie Taderea & Astrid Chitou - Episode 9

    Stephanie Taderera and Astrid Chitou share their experiences as Black African Third Culture Kids.  They delve into how their lives shaped by the international mobility they experienced as children and the privilege that is afforded to some but not all.


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    • 1h 21 min
    "Afropolitan" with Chiponda Chimbelu - Episode 8

    "Afropolitan" with Chiponda Chimbelu - Episode 8

    After a recent interview with The Black Expat, Berlin-based journalist Chiponda Chimebelu comes to the podcast to unpack all the things we couldn't do the first time. We talk the concept of European identity, the idea of global citizenship, being a Black journalist in white media spaces and the racial dynamics of African passports.                                                                                                                                                         

    Original article: https://www.theblackexpat.com/the-journalist-chiponda-chimbelu-berlin-germany/


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    • 1h 22 min
    "The Curiosity is Not Animosity" with Karen Ricks - Episode 7

    "The Curiosity is Not Animosity" with Karen Ricks - Episode 7

    Chef, educator & highly nomad Karen Ricks explains how she founded a school abroad, made the decision to give it up and travel the world minimally full-time. She breaks down the nuances of homeschooling, world-schooling and unschooling your child.  She also how her multiracial family are received in their various communities they’ve lived in.

    Website: https://www.facebook.com/OurKitchenClassroom/


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    • 1h 22 min
    "This is Home for Them" with Candy Rowe - Episode 6

    "This is Home for Them" with Candy Rowe - Episode 6

    Jamaican expats Candy and Marvin were featured in The Black Expat in 2016 as they were living their lives in Hirosaki, Japan. Now, Candy joins Amanda Bates to share what how much has changed since that conversation. Candy discusses how her family has built a life out “in the sticks” as she calls it, how they stayed anchored to their Jamaican identity and what her children have gained growing up in such a unique space.

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    • 1h 15 min

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