Seats At The Table is a podcast exploring intersectional identities and our roles in creating a more socially just world through conversations with activist & immigrant womxn.
Seats At The Table is more than a podcast. It’s a platform. It’s presence. It’s power.
Every month, we’ll cover a variety of topics of concern to womxn in contemporary US culture. From allyship and social media activism to immigrant stereotypes, we seek to broaden the stories being offered about being a womxn, an activist, or an immigrant.
So, pull up a chair. We’re glad you could join us.
Look through past episodes here.
In season two’s third episode, I talk with my name twin, Kristina Wong, about her work as a performance artist and comedian. We discuss dealing with the… Read more “Season 2, Episode 3: The One About Comedy as Activism with Kristina Wong”
In season 2’s long-awaited 2nd episode, we’re talking all things Asian American in Hollywood. Dr. Nancy Wang Yuen, sociologist, professor at Biola University, and author of Reel… Read more “Season 2, Episode 2: The One About Asians in Hollywood with Nancy Wang Yuen”
In season 2’s kickoff episode, Christina chats with Deepa Iyer, a Senior Fellow at Race Forward, writer, activist, and lawyer. They talk about solidarity in Asian communities,… Read more “Season 2, Episode 1: The One About South Asian Solidarity w/ Deepa Iyer”
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