From Here, hosted by Delia and Dawn, features fresh perspectives from Asian American parents who are striving to build community and raise kids with socially conscious, and anti-oppression commitments. Join us for timely conversations that affirm where you’re from, make you laugh, and inspire and strengthen you, as you find your voice in the messiness of parenting. Keep in touch with us at @FromHerePodcast on Instagram.
Back to school
Delia and Dawn chat about what back to school feels like this year.
Ask me anything
Delia and Dawn spend some time getting to know each other even more - answering some serious and some not-so-serious questions.
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What not to say
Delia and Dawn talk about small talk and reframing some of those awkward questions and comments.
Crispy but not burnt out
Delia and Dawn talk about the current stressors in their lives - ranging from summer to navigating re-opening.
Fancy pants colleges
Delia chats with Dr. OiYan Poon, a Chiacgo-based educational researcher and parent, about those fancy pants colleges, college admissions and rejections, and breaking down what's best for our children when it comes to education.
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Find OiYan on Twitter @spamfriedrice
Hey kids, it's time for a microaggression
Delia and Dawn talk through a recent microaggression experienced by one of Delia's kids.
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These are my stories too.
I recently started listening to this podcast and I really enjoy the casual conversations about serious topics. There’s no convincing you one way or another, or shaming the way people may think. It’s a conversation about their truths that I can relate to my own life and family.