A podcast about immigration to America, particularly immigrating to the Bay Area and why it’s such an attractive place to live in when you’re coming from a different country. It also gives you insight on how the immigration process can work and what factors have to favor you in terms of getting approval of immigration.
A podcast discussing the challenges facing women in blue collar jobs in Marin County, California. The creator has a conversation with her mother who works as a landscaper and the struggles she faces not only as a woman but as a blue collar worker in a wealthy region.
James C. Kelly
In this podcast, a world champion athlete, James Kelly, questions the status quo behind living a balanced lifestyle and looks at advantages of taking risks.
The creator discusses her experiences with Dysgraphia, described by Sandra J Judd as a specific learning disability that affects how easily children use written language and use written language to express their thoughts.
Alejandra Aroni Buiza
This podcast explores the different experiences and challenges of immigrant teenagers and how they have to adjust to a new language, to a new culture, and to a new society where they are expected to fall into stereotypes like: slow learners, teen pregnancy, dropping out of high school, don’t get into college, joining gangs, and many others.
Should college athletes be paid? Two Dominican athletes and a mother discuss and share their opinions on whether or not college athletes should get paid.
Alexander Carl Yanga
A podcast addressing the nursing shortage around the world and the shortage of
male nursing students in universities. The podcast further explores the potential causes and hopeful solutions to these ongoing issues.
A podcast about the beginnings of boba tea in Taiwan and the business Boba Guys. The creator explores the history of the drink and talks with her peers about their experiences with boba and the social impact of the drink.
Silvia Gramajo Mazariegos
A podcast about the struggles that immigrants face; specifically the issues that come with being undocumented. In the podcast, the author talks about their family’s struggles as well as their friend who had her father detained by ICE while he was at work.
A podcast about foster teens' afterlife when they turn eighteen years old and are now on their own. They go through many struggles and I explain why it is important to support this specific group and how to be a better ally.
This series of podcasts focuses on local San Francisco Bay Area issues.
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