The Wordsmith – Serena Kim

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Angie sits down with Korean American scribe Serena Kim, editor in chief of Kore Asian Media, the premiere lifestyle brand catering to the Asian American diaspora. Together they celebrate the incredible artistic achievements of the Asian community in 2018, including the success of Crazy Rich Asians, and discuss why it’s taken so long for Asians to have this lasting cultural moment in the mainstream, Kim’s own journey growing up in Los Angeles amid blatant racism, her inspiring contributions to hip-hop journalism, and the universal human quest for validation.

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The Filmmaker – Smriti Mundhra

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Angie sits down with her Desi sister from another mister, Smriti Mundhra, a brilliant filmmaker and journalist who won the Tribeca Film Festival’s Best New Documentary Director Award for her first film, A Suitable Girl. The doc follows three young women in India struggling to maintain their identities and follow their dreams amid intense pressure to get married. Here, Mundhra opens up about her unique journey as an Indian American woman, using her voice to uplift her community and all women of color, and how her late father, the beloved Bollywood director Jag Mundhra continues to inspire the “wokeness” of her life and career.

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The Candidate – Deb Haaland

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In this episode, Angie interviews Deb Haaland, Democratic candidate for New Mexico’s 1st Congressional District. If she wins the House seat on Nov. 6th, Haaland, a proud member of the Laguna Pueblo tribe, would make history as the first Native American woman to serve in Congress. A voice for women of color, single mothers, military families, the LGBTQ community, and anyone who feels marginalized, Haaland gets personal about what led to her a remarkable life in public service.

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The Storyteller – Mimi Valdes on how to ’embrace the risky’

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In the first-ever episode of The Hermanas Project, Angie sits down with a not-so-hidden figure in Hollywood (and her own personal mentor), Mimi Valdés. Currently the Chief Creative Officer for I Am Other, Pharrell Williams’ music and entertainment collective, Valdés opens up about her humble beginnings, her Afro-Latina identity, her journey from music journalist to one of the most influential storytellers of our time behind such films as the Oscar-nominated Hidden Figures, and why she lives by the motto, “embrace the risky.” 

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