Like it or not, we’re all getting older. Some people decide to lean into aging, while others fight it with all they’ve got. How does ageism play into our decisions about how to age. And, what, if anything, can and should science do to increase longevity. The episodes in this month’s playlist tackle these questions and offer a variety of perspectives on the topic.
Food has a unique power. At its most fundamental, it nourishes the body. But, the true power of food is its link to culture. Food can spark a memory, comfort, and cure. A meal has the power to bring people together and tear them apart. It can be a source of joy or a source of shame. This playlist explores food and culture from the perspective of place, heritage, identity, language, and history.
A discussion with Juleyka Lantigua-Williams, an all-around podcast powerhouse who is the founder and CEO of Lantigua Williams & Co and hosts a number of shows including How to Talk to [Mamí & Papí] about Anything, which the PBC community listened to as part of the December podcast playlist on Generations. Lantigua Williams & Co is a digital media studio that has a long and impressive roster of podcasts including, Latina to Latina, Birthful, 70 Million, Feeling My Flo, and more.
Meet Motolani Ogunsanya, leader of PBC’s Oklahoma City chapter and creator of The More Sibyl Podcast. Name: Motolani Ogunsanya PBC Participation: Leader of PBC’s Oklahoma City Chapter Project: The More Sibyl Podcast Connect with Motolani: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn During the day, Motalani (who goes by Mo) is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy at a public research […]
This podcast playlist on “Representations & Stereotypes in Pop Culture” was curated by Morgan Jaffe, host of the Burst Your Bubble podcast, an independent podcast that focuses on racism, sexism, homophobia, and other -isms and -phobias in pop culture. Morgan is also the co-leader of the PBC-Boston chapter. I’m really interested and intrigued by media […]
This topic is very personal for our Shanghai PBC members. We’re all migrants in one form or another…”expats” living in China from all over the world, migrants from other cities to Shanghai, “overseas returnees” who’ve lived, worked and/or studied abroad. We tried to choose episodes that cover diverse migration situations. We hope everyone enjoys a fruitful discussion from these episodes. We found so much great content, so we’ve included a lot of bonus listening if you care to delve deeper.