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From Here, hosted by Delia and Dawn, features fresh perspectives from Asian American parents who are striving to build community and raise kids with socially conscious, and anti-oppression commitments. Join us for timely conversations that affirm where you’re from, make you laugh, and inspire and strengthen you, as you find your voice in the messiness of parenting. Keep in touch with us at @FromHerePodcast on Instagram.
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Back to school

Back to school

2021-08-2432:21

Delia and Dawn chat about what back to school feels like this year.
Ask me anything

Ask me anything

2021-08-0935:55

Delia and Dawn spend some time getting to know each other even more - answering some serious and some not-so-serious questions.Related to this episode:36 questions that lead to love
What not to say

What not to say

2021-07-2731:44

Delia and Dawn talk about small talk and reframing some of those awkward questions and comments.
Delia and Dawn talk about the current stressors in their lives - ranging from summer to navigating re-opening.
Fancy pants colleges

Fancy pants colleges

2021-07-0632:46

Delia chats with Dr. OiYan Poon, a Chiacgo-based educational researcher and parent, about those fancy pants colleges, college admissions and rejections, and breaking down what's best for our children when it comes to education.Some  resources related to this episode:Find OiYan on Twitter @spamfriedrice
Delia and Dawn talk through a recent microaggression experienced by one of Delia's kids.Resources related to this episode:The Cost of Being the "Interchangeable Asian"
Delia and Dawn reflect on what they did in May for Asian Pacific American History Month. 
Dawn catches up with Jenn Fang, founder and editor of Reappropriate, the oldest and most popular Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) race advocacy and feminism blogs. Some the resources related to this episode:Reappropriate.co (Jenn's blog)Find Jenn on Twitter @reappropriate
Delia and Dawn share stories about their own moms - and how their resilience and advocacy has shaped who they are today.
In a follow up to last week's episode, Delia and Dawn share what happened when they talked to their kids about the Chauvin verdict.  And yes, it involved fascist kangaroos.
Delia and Dawn share their responses to the Chauvin Verdict and discuss talking about this with their kids.
Who are we and why did we start this podcast?  Tune in to hear Delia and Dawn reintroduce themselves, and share their reflections on what this podcast means to them.
Delia and Dawn share their experiences taking action with their kids in response to the killings in Atlanta.  
Delia and Dawn read their responses to some of the check-in texts they received after last week's events in Atlanta.
Breaking point

Breaking point

2021-03-2232:55

Delia and Dawn reflect on their responses to last week's events in Atlanta.
Dawn hangs out with Emily Roh, Founder & CEO of My Invisible Knapsack, and they talk about all the unexpected ways our kids remind us about how absurd the concept of race can be. Emily also introduces us to Uncle Charles. 
Delia and Dawn continue to reflect and process the recent anti-Asian violence.  They share some of the ways that they have responded in their own communities.
Dawn talks with Betsy Huang about aligning social justice parenting values and the arrogance and humility she experienced during the process of learning how to be an adoptive parent. This episode is part 2 of 2. 
Dawn talks with Betsy Huang about aligning social justice parenting values and the arrogance and humility she experienced during the process of learning how to be an adoptive parent. This episode is part 1 of 2. 
Delia and Dawn reflect and share how they are feeling about the recent anti-Asian violence in the Bay area (mostly).
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