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Ateira & Salimah

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Point of Hue is a bi-weekly podcast featuring Ateira Griffin and Salimah Jasani, two women of color. Join us as we discuss everything from interracial dating to ancestry tests and even the questionable representations of race in Harry Potter (yes, we went there) from our #PointOfHue.
 
Join host Sara Porritt for inspired conversations with fearless Asian women about how ideas and passions can ignite transformative journeys. The Hear Us Roar podcast speaks candidly about the pressures and privileges of growing up Asian in the United States, and implores us to embrace, as well as transcend our cultural conditioning and context. We all have the power to choose how we want to define personal happiness and success. Let’s celebrates that paradigm shift as something larger than a ...
 
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Lucia Liu is the Founder & CEO of Rock The Boat, a podcast and community organization focused on Asians who challenge the status quo. She has interviewed prominent guests such as Andrew Yang, Adele Lim (screenwriter of CRA), Kevin Lin (Cofounder of Twitch and Gold House), and many more. While Lucia currently rocks a 9 to 5 in the financial services…
 
Michelle Lee is the powerhouse Editor-in-Chief of Allure—an iconic magazine that in 2021, celebrated its 30th birthday. Since taking on her position, Michelle has eliminated the term anti-aging from the magazine’s vocabulary and has redefined beauty through the lens of diversity. In one single issue, Michelle broke the record for the number of Amer…
 
Jenny Lee is the author of Anna K—a modern-day reimagining of the classic novel Anna Karenina, which will be turned into an upcoming HBO Max series. It follows a bi-racial “it” girl caught between her picture-perfect, family-approved boyfriend and the guy who might just be her one true love. Jenny started off her career in book publishing, and late…
 
Lee Chesley is a fearless stuntwoman who has doubled for Awkwafina, and showcased her gravity defying skills in the Avatar films, Birds of Prey, and Jumanji: the Next Level. While this feels like a natural transition from her breakdancing days, it's impressive to think that Lee is also an actress, computer programmer, and the list goes on. What’s i…
 
As an Asian American, I'm sure that at some point you've heard the terms model minority myth and bamboo ceiling. How often have you thought about the history behind it all, what their impact is on your personal and professional lives, and how you can start to break through some of these stereotypes not only for yourself, but also for your community…
 
Vanessa Dew introduced Health-Ade Kombucha at a farmer's market in 2012 alongside her two best friends, and in the past few years, grew it to one of the fastest-growing brands in the category generating over $150 million in revenue across 30,000 stores like Whole Foods, Target and Trader Joe's. I love Vanessa's energy and gumption, and appreciate h…
 
Nitika Chopra is a television host, QVC beauty expert and the founder of Chronicon—a platform and conference dedicated to elevating the lives of those living with chronic illness. I met Nitika in October of 2018 at a Well Summit talk called "Real Self-Love: Raw and Un-Instagrammable," and was immediately drawn to her humble confidence and deep empa…
 
Diana Lee is the CEO and co-founder of Constellation Agency, the leading marketing platform for the automotive industry. This latchkey kid grew up working in the tough world of auto dealerships, and went on to launch a full-service marketing technology company that Inc. Magazine recently listed as one of the top 10 fastest growing women-led compani…
 
Coral Chung and Wendy Wen are the proud founders of SENREVE—a luxury, direct to consumer handbag brand that is both functional and stylish. Since leaving their incredibly successful jobs in tech and finance, and leaping into the world of fashion entrepreneurship, Coral and Wendy have raised $23 Million in funding, and their buttery, Italian made st…
 
Sarah Larson Levey founded Y7 Studio as a pop-up in Brooklyn so that she could experience yoga the way that she wanted to—in a candlelit, heated, mirrorless space, where she could flow to A Tribe Called Quest. 8 years later, her personal dream studio has expanded to 12 locations across Los Angeles and New York, and was named one of Inc. Magazine's …
 
Season 2 is officially here! It feels really darn good to get back in the groove of playing editor, graphic designer, and social media manager, all the while bringing you 13 more amazing conversations with phenomenal women who make it a point to kick butt, and shatter the cultural mold. I am a small but mighty team of one in this wonderous podcasti…
 
In this episode, we are using our platform to have conversations across lines of difference about the ongoing injustices and attacks against the black community. We are creating a space where people can process, listen, and learn. Our DisruptHER Vena Wilson is a licensed clinical social worker and therapist. She joins us to provide support and answ…
 
Salimah and Ateira are joined by Kimberly Humphrey, Esq., ACLU of Maryland legislative counsel, who shares her wealth of knowledge about advocacy, allyship, and education funding. Tune in to hear a passionate discussion about the racist media portrayals of “riots” versus “protests,” a word of advice for non-Black allies, and an “is this real life” …
 
In this hilarious and emotional season finale, Ateira and Salimah are joined by two of their best friends, Fareeha and Erica. The four women of color laugh and lament about supporting each other, holding one another accountable, and emphasizing self-care in friendships. Erica divulges an epic #IsThisRealLife moment, and Fareeha asks Salimah and Ate…
 
In this special #DisruptHer outtakes episode of Point of Hue, Ateira and Salimah pay tribute to several of the amazing women of color they’ve interviewed over the past few months. Our DisruptHers discuss their identities, what they need more of from the world, what messages they want to challenge, and what their hopes are for the future. Plus, Atei…
 
Have you ever had one of those moments when you asked yourself, "Is This Real Life?" So have we! That's why, in Episode 4 of Point of Hue, we introduce our new #ITRL segment, as well as an #Unscripted segment where Salimah and Ateira as each other the hard questions, for the first time, on air! Also, check out our interview with #DisruptHer Katie M…
 
Ateira and Salimah engage in an honest no holds barred conversation with the executive leadership of Not Without Black Women (NWBW) a racial and gender justice organization based in Baltimore, MD. NWBW shares how they are unapologetic about centering black women's issues in the political sphere, why black mothers are important, and how other women …
 
Ateira and Salimah discuss New Year's resolutions women of color must keep in 2018. Salimah takes a stand against mansplaining, manspreading, and transmisogyny while Ateira shares her thoughts on communities of color attaining collective wealth, competition between women of color in the workplace, and why the term "think like a man" is sexist.…
 
Salimah talks about her experiences as an immigrant, wanting to assimilate into American culture, compared to Ateira’s experience trying to find a representation of herself as an African-American woman, within American culture. Featured DisruptHer: Dena Robinson, Racial Equity Trainer. Salimah wrote a poem about the uselessness of trying to fit int…
 
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