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The best podcasts for Immigrants Who Love Life and Learning

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Who am I?

I am an immigrant, navy veteran living with disabilities, been a stay-at-home dad through a pandemic, volunteer, and the host of White Label American Podcast. Having lived and worked on three continents, there are a lot of people that I have encountered all of which have contributed to the podcast that I host today. Learning and having fun are big part of my life, followed by taking down artificial walls.

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What is my podcast about and/or how does it relate to the playlist topic you chose?

This podcast began after my wife and friends had noticed taxi drivers and random people who I had just met for the first time opening up and sharing their life experiences with me. I got encouraged to create a platform to collect stories of mostly immigrants and use it to take down artificial walls while celebrating the humanity of immigrants.

What is my podcast playlist about?

The beauty and diversity in how we go about bringing different stories to light. There is something for everyone who appreciates learning, growing, and true equality for all.

The podcasts I picked and why

1. White Label American

Why this podcast?

It's from me and I would be lying if I don't want you to check out mine. Come on the journey of taking down artificial walls with me via in-depth conversations with mostly immigrants.

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5.0

Discover the incredible stories and experiences of immigrants from all backgrounds with ”White Label American,” a podcast hosted by a Nigerian-born immigrant and Navy veteran. This podcast began by focusing on immigrants in NYC and the United States but has since expanded to include fascinating individuals and couples from all over the world. Join us and help us break down the artificial walls that keep us from knowing and understanding one another!

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2. inbetweenish

Why this podcast?

Beatriz beautifully captures a community of people that have always existed but aren't always given the 🎤.

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Beatriz Nour

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If you're generally confused about where you belong, you may have just stumbled into the right place! ⁠The inbetweenish is exactly what it sounds like:⁠ ⁠it's about the space in-between,⁠ where it's neither here nor there, ⁠where you don't fit neatly into a box.⁠
Through open conversations with people from all walks of life, we will share personal stories about growing up in numerous countries, amongst different faiths, speaking multiple languages, and integrating into new and diverse cultures. Join me, your host, Beatriz Nour, as I navigate the delicate dynamics of growing up inbetweenish.

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3. The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

Why this podcast?

Without this podcast, I wouldn't be the Podcaster that I am. I love to laugh and learn from these two amazing people. The BEST podcast in the World!

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips

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5.0

Rod and Karen discuss pop culture, politics, current events and more from a comedic perspective. Become a full premium member at http://www.theblackguywhotips.com/premium/ Become a Paid Subscriber and get access to 2 to 4 random ad-free premium shows per month. It could be anything from The Nerd Off, Spoiled Movie Reviews, Balls Deep Sports, Lip Smacking Good or more. : https://anchor.fm/rod47/subscribe

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9 Listeners

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4. Strictly Facts: A Guide to Caribbean History and Culture

Why this podcast?

There's a lot when it comes to the Caribbean that I don't know, so why don't we discover together! This podcast is also from the Breadfruit Media production and they only have acclaimed podcasting covering the Caribbean.

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Are you passionate about Caribbean history, its diverse culture, and its impact on the world? Join Strictly Facts: A Guide to Caribbean History and Culture as we explore the rich tapestry of Caribbean stories told through the eyes of its people – historians, artists, experts, and enthusiasts who share empowering facts about the region’s past, present, and future.
Strictly Facts is a biweekly podcast, hosted by Alexandria Miller, that delves deep into the heart and soul of the Caribbean, celebrating its vibrant heritage, widespread diaspora, and the stories that shaped it. Through this immersive journey into the Caribbean experience, this educational series empowers, elevates, and unifies the Caribbean, its various cultures, and its global reach across borders.

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5. AfroQueer

Why this podcast?

There's joy, pain, and love here. One can be queer and also African. So yes I highly recommend this podcast and there are celebrating too.

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AfroQueer is a podcast about Queer Africans living, loving, surviving and thriving on the African Continent and in the Diaspora.

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