Multiracial host Kim Noonan examines the impact of his white upbringing by listening to stories from other mixed individuals as a way to reconnect with them and learn from their experiences. Kim is an award-winning filmmaker who currently resides in Los Angeles. https://www.kimnoonan.me/
Ep. 8: Paloma Jackson / Talent Agent
Paloma Jackson runs a successful talent and model agencies in Southern California. She talks about feeling white in passing in high school despite her Hispanic roots, trying to break into show business under the stage name "Paloma," dancing with Mario...
Ep. 7: Actress Kaitlin Becker
Kaitlin Becker, the former host of NBC’s The Sunny Side Up Show for kids, opens up about growing up in Kentucky, making jokes about her biracial identity (Black & white) to feel more comfortable around her white family and community, and the day she...
Ep. 6: Alissa Paris / MidWest Mixed Conference
Alissa Paris is the co-founder of the MidWest Mixed Conference in Minneapolis. She discusses what it means to be mixed and how she's not settled on the current language that defines mixed individuals. Her determination to find deeper and spiritual...
Ep. 5: Justin Blackwell - Boxing instructor
Master boxing instructor, Justin Blackwell, has a remarkable story about growing up in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Los Feliz with his Black father and Filipino mother. He talks to Kim about his days of freestyle rapping, connecting with his Filipino...
Ep. 4 Actress Anahi Bustillos
Actress and activist Anahi Bustillos talks to Kim about Mexican border culture, the travels that connected her to a strong Hispanic and indigenous bloodline, and her ongoing journey to finding acceptance and self-worthiness.
Ep. 3: Comedian Tehran Von Ghasri
Comedian and entertainer Tehran Von Ghasri talks to Kim about growing in Washington D.C. as a person of African-American and Persian descent, the importance of representation, and why he refers to himself as the most dangerous man in America.