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Angela Edward
For Micronesians by Micronesians
Welcome! For Micronesians by Micronesians is a platform that is all things Micronesian! The podcast was created for the month of May to highlight 30 Micronesians in 30 days in order to honor Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Due to popular demand, the podcast is now a weekly podcast and will feature more Micronesian personalities and topics. Feel free to listen, subscribe, and share! Follow the podcast on Instagram: @formicronesiansbymicronesians Hosted by: Angela Edward -- learn more about Angela at angelaedward.com
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 24 ratings
Excited
I’m so happy and excited I found this podcast! I’m black and Micronesian and was born in America. I don’t know a lot about my Micronesian background besides what I’ve looked up and some stuff my mom tells me. I’m happy to have another way to tap into this side of my culture ❤️❤️
EliciaRose30 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/26/21
A great podcast
I love this podcast. I definitely recommend it, although a small note: it’s spelled Chamorro not Chamorran :) all love though! The host does a great job interviewing many people especially women, which I really love. I believe women are the main purveyors of culture, so for the host to...Read full review »
Idle Achiever via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/27/21
Such a fun and cool experience to be a part of this platform , can’t wait for more content and more stuff !
pocaantes via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/27/20
Recent Episodes
Today, I have guest, Diliaur and we talk about fat-phobia and how it impacts Micronesians due to colonized thinking. Listen in for more! Once you listen feel free to follow Diliaur on Twitter: @diliaur Also, feel free to follow her recommended link on Twitter: @yrfatfriend She also...
Published 10/11/21
This week is an episode to discuss remembrance. Remembering all the missing persons and respecting them, but making it a point to mention those often forgotten!
Published 10/04/21
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