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Vivian Mabuni
Someday is Here
A podcast created for Asian American & Pacific Islander women on leadership and culture. I’ve wanted to carve out a space for AAPI women to explore and validate living in both Eastern and Western worlds. Each week we will celebrate our heritage and highlight our history as we explore our AAPI journeys, parts that we are proud of and those of pain.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 83 ratings
A warm embrace
Each episode feels like in meeting an auntie or cousin I didn’t know I had but desperately needed in my life. This podcast make me feel seen and validated. I’ve cried so much (in a good way!) listening to this podcast.
jdchung13 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/02/20
I’m so grateful for Vivian and the team for creating a safe space to discuss/reflect on our racial and ethnic backgrounds (and so much more)! I’ve found this podcast and community on Instagram over the summer and I know in my heart that it wasn’t a random discovery because my heart and soul...Read full review »
Sunny LJ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/01/20
I’m enjoying this podcast so much! I’m learning about how vastly different simile all AAPI are. This has taught me that the complexities and the similarities of Asians can be celebrated, and it’s so clear in this one podcast. Such a beautiful way to see how creative our God is.
Ruth Amoh via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/01/20
Recent Episodes
Can’t believe we are near the end of 2020 and have finished 34 amazing episodes of @somedayisherepodcast! We had so many incredible guests this year. Hear some of Viv’s reflections from Seasons 2 & 3. Stay connected with me on Instagram: @vivmabuni + @somedayisherepodcast Twitter:...
Published 12/17/20
This episode we talk about the importance of language and the difference between a victim of sexual violence and a survivor. We discuss the need for Asian Americans to know and name our emotions in order to heal. And how we need to own and tell our stories in order to offer the unique...
Published 12/09/20
Such a powerful, moving, and informative conversation about transracial adoption this week with the amazing @sandhyaoaks. November is #nationaladoptionmonth. So often the story of adoption is told from the viewpoint of the adoptive parents. Sandhya, a South Asian adoptee, covers so many important...
Published 12/01/20
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