Emil Amok's Takeout From Emil Guillermo Media

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The podcast companion to Emil Guillermo's Amok commentary on race, politics, and society from an Asian American perspective. If it's in the news, Emil has a take. An award winning journalist, columnist, talk-host and humorist, Emil's compilation of essays and columns,"Amok" won an American Book Award. He is a former host of NPR's "All Things Considered," and has reported and commented for radio and TV and newspapers, in Honolulu, San Francisco, Sacramento, Boston, Dallas, St.Louis, and Washington, D.C. Read his takes on the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund website at http://www.aaldef.org/blogEmil also writes a column for the U.S. bureau of the Manila-based http://www.inquirer.net and on Diversity issues at http://www.diverseeducation.com

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  • Ep.57: Emil Amoks Takeout on Stephen Miller, Colonial Mentality, Asian Americans, APA Heritage Month, and Skin-Whitening

    Ep.57: Emil Amok's Takeout on Stephen Miller, Colonial Mentality, Asian Americans, APA Heritage Month, and Skin-Whitening

    11/05/2020 Duración: 01h17min

    We're colonized by Covid but we're fighting back--by staying home!  Professor E.J.Ramos David, author of "Brown Skin, White Minds," talks to Emil about colonial mentality, Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and skin-whitening. David is also featured in promotional clips on the new PBS documentary on Asian Americans. Emil Amok begins with a rant on a variety of topics including, Stephen Miller, Mother's Day, and staying true to the quarantine ethic. Read Emil at http://www.aaldef.org/blog Twitter @emilamok See more at http://www.amok.com Listen to Emil on The PETA Podcast.

  • Ep.56: Emil Amoks Takeout--Lumpia Party Celebration Asian Pacific American Heritge Month

    Ep.56: Emil Amok's Takeout--Lumpia Party Celebration Asian Pacific American Heritge Month

    02/05/2020 Duración: 02h30min

    Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in 2020 is like no other because of the Covid Crisis. We talk to Gem Scorp, an essential Asian American, and Filipino nurse, about fighting the virus as a nurse in NYC's Elmhurst Hospital. But then faces racism on the subway when someone calls him "Chinese." Also featured: Seattle's Monyee Chau; NYC photographer Corky Lee; Asian American Studies Professors Daniel Phil Gonzales, and Phil Tajitsu-Nash, and more. See Monyee Chau's work. See more at www.amok.com and at www.aaldef.org/blog Originally released May 1, 2020

  • Ep.55: Emil talks to a Philosopher about Covid, Asian Americans, and more.

    Ep.55: Emil talks to a Philosopher about Covid, Asian Americans, and more.

    01/05/2020 Duración: 01h04min

    Prof. Ted Schatzki is in the Philosophy Department of the University of Kentucky. A former classmate of Emil's, the two talk about Covid and the future. Shelter long enough and it becomes a philosophical question. See Emil's writing at http://www.aaldef.org/blog And at http://www.amok.com  

  • Ep54: FANHS Museum Storytelling Lifeline

    Ep54: FANHS Museum Storytelling Lifeline

    19/04/2020 Duración: 01h15min

    This is a special Filipino American National History Museum editon of Emil Amok's Takeout. Host Emil Guillermo, museum director, talks with Mel LaGasca, a Filipino American Community leader whose life exemplifies how the Filipino middle class developed in America. LaGasca grew up working in the fields, followed the migrants to Alaskan canneries to work, then finished college and had a distinguished career at Sandia Labs that lasted 34 years.  Emil interviews the community and conducts storytelling shows and workshops at the Stockton based museum. Since the pandemic, the museum has been forced to close since March 14, and has lost attendance and donations. With your help, we are developing more ways to keep the museum virtually connected to you.  Click the link: Donations are fully tax-deductible.  Thank you!  See the video of the conversation here. Visit the FANHS Museum website. And the FANHS Museum Facebook page, @fanhsmuseum   Released originally 4/19/2020 Contact Emil on twitter@emilamok   

  • Ep.53: Asian Americans In The Covid Era

    Ep.53: Asian Americans In The Covid Era

    17/04/2020 Duración: 01h01min

    Emil Amok was a columnist for Asian Week, at one time the most read Asian American publication in the U.S. Phil Nash, a longtime civil rights attorney and activist, was a fellow columnist. Nash, now a professor in Asian American Studies at University of Maryland talks about life for Asian Americans under Covid-19. See the show on video at http://www.aaldef/org/blog Originally released 4/16/2020 Copyright @2020

  • Ep.52: A Filipino Nurse in NY Battles Covid19

    Ep.52: A Filipino Nurse in NY Battles Covid19

    11/04/2020 Duración: 01h02min

    Emil Amok's Takeout talks to Gem Scorp an RN at Elmhurst hospital in New York about what he's seen on the frontlines fighting the virus. Scorp, an 18-year nursing vet, describes the virus' effects up close and how people can die suddenly from new symptoms, showing how  the virus mutates and attacks. He also talks about the shortage of PPEs, how he stays positive, and how he saved himself using a natural approach.  He says at his hospital the nurses were at least 80 percent Filipino. In the news at least one Filipino nurse has died fighting the virus. Come to the free virtual conference April 15, 2020  Register: bit.ly/covidaffectsusfilipinos Go to http://www.aaldef.org/blog or to http://www.amok.com  for more. Twitter @emilamok  

  • Ep. 20201: Numbers dont lie: Trump Virus Spawns Anti-Asian American Hate

    Ep. 20201: Numbers don't lie: Trump Virus Spawns Anti-Asian American Hate

    27/03/2020 Duración: 29min

    After a long hiatus, Emil Amok's Takeout is back with a new show. And all because of the virus. The threat to Asian Americans isn't Covid-19. It's POTUS-45, Donald Trump. His insistence on calling the virus "The Chinese Virus," and now "The Wuhan Virus" is only causing a new wave of anti-Asian American violence from coast-to-coast. Nearly 700 cases have been reported to a website started by Asian American Studies Professor Russell Jeong of San Francisco State. At Stop-AAPI-Hate, individuals have come forward with almost 100 new reports daily; 61 percent of the victims non-Chinese Asians; Women three times more likely to report than men. Listen to Emil Guillermo's interview with Russell Jeong. And check out Emil's column on the website of the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (http://www.aaldef.org/blog).   See more at http://www.aaldef.org/blog And at http://www.amok.com  

  • Ep. 101: Emil Amok: Crazy Rich Asians is a movie Crazy Asians is a social problem

    Ep. 101: Emil Amok: Crazy Rich Asians is a movie; Crazy Asians is a social problem

    30/11/2018 Duración: 47min

    Dr. Helen Hsu, the president of the Asian American Psychological Association talks to Emil about the status of mental health in the AAPI community. We're not accessing services. We are trying to DIY mental health. And it's a big mistake. Dr. Hsu talks about how things are changing to empower the community to seek services and not to be quiet and keep problems to themselves. Topics discussed. Suicide. How low-income and well-to-to-families both underutilize services. How beating the stigma that keeps people quiet and away from mental health services, starts with talking openly to each other about dealing with the system and seeking care. When no one talks, no one seeks out mental health services. See more at http://www.aaldef.org/blog And at http://www.amok.com  

  • Ep 29 Emil Amoks Takeout: A Student Striker who became a Professor

    Ep 29 Emil Amok's Takeout: A Student Striker who became a Professor

    03/04/2018 Duración: 01h44min

    Emil Guillermo: The striker who became the teacher—Podcast with Asian American Studies professor Daniel P. Gonzales on how ethnic studies was birthed at SF State University   Over the Easter weekend, Donald Trump was resurrecting his anti-immigrant rhetoric in tweets and off-handed comments. First, he blasted California for issuing pardons to a group that included three Asian Americans subject to deportation. Then he tweeted he’s changed his mind on DACA and that he would end NAFTA to force Mexico to pay for his fantasy wall. He topped it off with a comment how people were crossing the border to become eligible for DACA. Mr. President, DACA is for young arrivals who came years ago. He’d know that if he didn’t revise history with every utterance or tweet. Enter the scholars and historians of ethnic studies. They know all that what we’re seeing from Trump is nothing new. There’s a pattern in history from the way Chinese were excluded, to the rescission politics regarding Filipino colonization and military servi

  • Emil Amoks Takeout - Californias David Chiu on why the state will stand up to the feds and fight for immigrants rights

    Emil Amok's Takeout - California's David Chiu on why the state will stand up to the feds and fight for immigrants' rights

    10/03/2018 Duración: 26min

    Emil Guillermo: California Legislator David Chiu on the most Asian American state being sued by the Feds; calls Trump “the most xenophobic and racist president in modern history.” Stormy Daniels,  Kim Jong Un, and trade-war inducing  tariffs? The Trump administration is a never-ending three-ring circus, where chaos is Trump’s best friend. How can the American public get a grip on any of the really big issues like gun control after Parkland, or the on-going Russian investigations, when our heads keep spinning daily? For Asian Americans, the lesson during this ADHD presidency is to stay focused on our key issues, which for the moment remain immigration and DACA. This past week, Mr. Art of the Deal didn’t even bother to push Congress on DACA and the Dreamers,  letting his self-imposed March 5 drop-dead date pass. Without the votes in Congress, it was the only thing Trump could do. That and blame Democrats. For now, the courts have also blocked the administration from ending DACA, and for the time being, the prog

  • Ep.27: Bipartisan push gets Filipino WW2 Vets a Congressional Gold Medal but for Trump, a bipar approach on DACA divides GOP

    Ep.27: Bipartisan push gets Filipino WW2 Vets a Congressional Gold Medal; but for Trump, a bipar approach on DACA divides GOP

    15/09/2017 Duración: 55min

    A bipartisan effort in Congress may not work on DACA. But it has worked on winning a Congressional Gold Medal for all Filipino Veterans of World War 2. Emil Guillermo talks with Ben DeGuzman about how the resolution was passed and approved Oct. 25 as the day the first 1,000 vets get medals. As many as 250,000 medals may be given to military personnel, or their heirs. To see if you  or your loved one who served qualifies for a medal, go to http://www.filvetrep.org Read Amok at http://www.aaldef.org/blog   TRT: 55:33      

  • Ep.26: All You Need to Know About DACA Plus Janet Napolitanos UC lawsuit to save it.

    Ep.26: All You Need to Know About DACA; Plus Janet Napolitano's UC lawsuit to save it.

    09/09/2017 Duración: 42min

      See Emil's latest at http://www.aaldef.org/blog This podcast on Emil's DACA take, plus clips from the news call of UC President Janet Napolitano on the lawsuit seeking to protect DACA recipients.  Also Tom Wong of UCSD talks about his survey of DACA recipients And Luis Quiroz, one DACA recipient hints at how Trump's action has bred a new distrust. A betrayal of Trump?  Emil thinks it may be Trump's ruse to slap down another Obama legacy an rebrand DACA as the Trump Action for Childhood Arrivals.  From DACA to TACA? A prediction. Listen to the podcast for what you need to know about DACA and the upcoming Oct. 5 deadline for eligible renewals. Even with the UC lawsuit, the deadlines aren't apt to change for now.  For DACA help go to http://www.aaldef.org for information Read Emil's latest at http://www.aaldef.org/blog   Emil Guillermo wrote for almost 15 years his "Amok" column for AsianWeek, which was the largest English language Asian American newsweekly in the nation. "Amok" was considered the most widely-

  • Ep25: Evacuee, Katrina Survivor, Trump Supporter: 3 Asian Americans on Harvey

    Ep25: Evacuee, Katrina Survivor, Trump Supporter: 3 Asian Americans on Harvey

    03/09/2017 Duración: 01h46min

    Check out the blog at http:/www.aaldef.org/blog You can donate to help Asian American Harvey victims here: http://www.ocahouston.org/harveyrelief Emil Guillermo interviews: Jessica Kong, who evacuated from her home with her brother and mother the first Monday after the storm hit.  Steven Wu, a Katrina survivor who now lives in Houston. Martha Wong, the first Asian American city council person in Houston's history. She talks about the post-Harvey politics.  Emil Guillermo: Three Asian Americans on Harvey: A stranded evacuee, a Katrina survivor, and a Trump booster  September 2, 2017 8:53 PM If you're a president known for tweeting, of course, there's only one way to show any empathy. You do selfies. It was Trump in what would be known as a "mulligan" in golf--his second visit to Houston since Hurricane Harvey demolished Texas. Trump arrived on Saturday at the NRG shelter in Houston and on the make-good finally seemed to understand his role as comforter-in-chief. When he spoke to reporters, he seemed impr

  • Ep.24: Harvey Hits Houston Ed Gor of Chinese American Citizens Alliance talks about impacts on Asian Americans there.

    Ep.24: Harvey Hits Houston; Ed Gor of Chinese American Citizens Alliance talks about impacts on Asian Americans there.

    28/08/2017 Duración: 33min

    Ed Gor is a Houston resident and the president of the nation's oldest Asian American civil rights organization. Gor talks with Emil Guillermo about Harvey and how Asian Americans are impacted.  Emil also discusses how President Trump was slow to show any real compassion or empathy for those victimized by Harvey. See more at http://www.aaldef.org/blog  

  • Ep23: Filmmaker Curtis Choy on The Fall of The I Hotel, 40 years later

    Ep23: Filmmaker Curtis Choy on The Fall of The I Hotel, 40 years later;

    03/08/2017 Duración: 50min

    Come by  the I-Hotel/Manilatown Center, 868 Kearney St. SF,CA Friday, Aug. 4 to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the eviction. Emil will moderate a panel and Curtis Choy will screen his film. 6pm - 9pm. PDT   See more at http://www.aaldef.org/blog See more about Curtis Choy, director of "The Fall of the I-Hotel." http://www.chonkmoonhunter.com/Asian-American-History.html   Emil Bio:   Emil Guillermo wrote for almost 15 years his "Amok" column for AsianWeek, which was the largest English language Asian American newsweekly in the nation. "Amok" was considered the most widely-read column on Asian American issues in the U.S. His thoughtful and provocative social commentaries have appeared in print in the San Francisco Chronicle, SFGate.com, San Francisco Examiner, USA Today, Honolulu Star Bulletin, Honolulu Advertiser, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, and in syndication throughout the country.  His early columns are compiled in a book "Amok: Essays from an Asian American Perspective," which won an Americ

  • Ep.22: Eddie Huang,Fresh Off the Boat Memoirist on Race and Identity, an AAJA convention highlight

    Ep.22: Eddie Huang,"Fresh Off the Boat" Memoirist on Race and Identity, an AAJA convention highlight

    30/07/2017 Duración: 36min

    See more info at http://www.aaldef.org/blog Eddie Huang at the Asian American Journalists Association convention.  Speaks candidly on race and identity. See previous story on Huang: http://aaldef.org/blog/emil-guillermo-is-fresh-off-the-boat-historical-or-the-taming-of-eddie-huang.html Emil bio: Emil Guillermo wrote for almost 15 years his "Amok" column for AsianWeek, which was the largest English language Asian American newsweekly in the nation. "Amok" was considered the most widely-read column on Asian American issues in the U.S. His thoughtful and provocative social commentaries have appeared in print in the San Francisco Chronicle, SFGate.com, San Francisco Examiner, USA Today, Honolulu Star Bulletin, Honolulu Advertiser, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, and in syndication throughout the country.  His early columns are compiled in a book "Amok: Essays from an Asian American Perspective," which won an American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation in 2000. Guillermo's journalistic career be

  • Ep.21:Emil Amoks Takeout--B.D. Wongs Emmy nomination for trans character in Mr.Robot, cool? Or uncool?

    Ep.21:Emil Amok's Takeout--B.D. Wong's Emmy nomination for trans character in "Mr.Robot," cool? Or uncool?

    26/07/2017 Duración: 01h02min

    See more about my conversation with B.D. Wong at http://www.aaldef.org/blog           Emil's bio: Emil Guillermo wrote for almost 15 years his "Amok" column for AsianWeek, which was the largest English language Asian American newsweekly in the nation. "Amok" was considered the most widely-read column on Asian American issues in the U.S. His thoughtful and provocative social commentaries have appeared in print in the San Francisco Chronicle, SFGate.com, San Francisco Examiner, USA Today, Honolulu Star Bulletin, Honolulu Advertiser, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, and in syndication throughout the country.  His early columns are compiled in a book "Amok: Essays from an Asian American Perspective," which won an American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation in 2000. Guillermo's journalistic career began in television and radio broadcasting. At National Public Radio, he was the first Asian American male to anchor a regularly scheduled national news broadcast when he hosted "All Things Considered"

  • Ep.20: Trump Jr., The Slants, and Saying No to Hawaii 5-0

    Ep.20: Trump Jr., The Slants, and Saying No to Hawaii 5-0

    12/07/2017 Duración: 50min

      Emil Guillermo: The Slants' Simon Tam speaks candidly on PODCAST: "The cure for hate speech isn't censorship...let communities decide, not government." July 10, 2017 6:58 PM It's been a big summer for Simon Tam, musician and founder of the Slants, now trademarked, reappropriated, and unanimously affirmed by the Supreme Court. He also got married recently in his native state of California, so there's been much to celebrate. And yet it seems there still some who aren't cheering his nearly eight-year-long battle to trademark his band's name and use the disparaging term "slant." People of color remain divided since the Slants' victory is certain to allow for the Washington NFL team to continue using its disparaging name.  Tam told Emil Amok's Takeout, he's aware of that and it bothers him.  "It makes my skin crawl, it's terrible," Tam said. But he ultimately feels the decision was a win for all, protecting vulnerable communities who have had no say in the trademark process until this case. "Our identit

  • Ep.19: Getting Fringey! Emils Amok Monologues at the San Diego International Fringe Festival

    Ep.19: Getting Fringey! Emil's "Amok Monologues" at the San Diego International Fringe Festival

    29/06/2017 Duración: 33min

    I'm on the road, but I can still podcast. My "Amok Monologues" are at the San Diego International Fringe Festival. Get your tickets for the final show Thursday, the 29th at 10:30pm. ( I know, last minute, but then I'm less self-absorbed than normal). Or buy a ticket and I will send you an audio of the show! Just $10!   https://sdfringe.ticketleap.com/amok-monologues/   Got a great review too. "Excellent," says the San Diego Story arts journal.   READ THE WHOLE REVIEW HERE   I talk about my show, others' shows, my niece the survivor, and how the Fringe has brought us together after more than 20 years. Still time to see some great shows. There's acrobatics/circus style dance shows. Solo performances. One Acts. The fringe has it all. I've also enjoyed detoxing from the news. I haven't seen cable news TV for more than ten days. I don't miss Wolf Blitzer. I like him. But I am happy to have not seen him for 2 hours a day lately.  I talk about the news hits I've absorbed, like a short Vincent Chin post mortem, and

  • Ep18. Helen Zia, 35 years after Vincent Chin Hate Crime Plus, What Chin Killer Ronald Ebens Told Me

    Ep18. Helen Zia, 35 years after Vincent Chin Hate Crime; Plus, What Chin Killer Ronald Ebens Told Me

    19/06/2017 Duración: 34min

    Chin estate trustee provides insight on how difficult it was to get justice for Vincent Chin. The Asian American community was small and reluctant to speak up. Even civil rights organizations weren't sure about Asian Americans in a black and white world. It may also explain why Asian Americans have reacted differently in recent years to hate crimes that should be considered as significant as Chin's but have failed to get traction with a now larger, divided and complacent Asian American community.   Show Log: :00 Intro, the basic factsa about the death of Vincent Chin, update from Helen Zia, and observations about the case.How the civil rights community was sometimes at odds with Asian Americans. 10:21 Audio portion of interview with Helen Zia 23:26 Emil reads from his 2012 column where Chin's killer Ronald Ebens apologizes for the murder. 34:04 End     Emil Guillermo: Lessons from Vincent Chin murder 35 years after; Podcast interview with Helen Zia; and thoughts on my interview with Chin's killer, Ronald Ebe

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