SO! Podcast #80: Refugee Realities Miniseries

Welcome to Next Gen sound studies! Here, you will be treated to the future. . . today! In this series, we will share excellent work from undergraduates, along with the pedagogy that inspired them. You’ll read voice biographies (Kaitlyn Liu’s “My Voice, or On Not Staying Quiet,”) check out blog assignments (David Lee’s “Mukbang Cooks, Chews, and Heals”), listen to podcasts (Nic John Ramos and Laura Garbes hosting SO! Podcast #79: Behind the Podcast: deconstructing scenes from AFRI0550, African American Health Activism), and read detailed histories that will inspire and invigorate. Bet.  –JS

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Join hosts Amanda Patton, Ahmad Frahmand, Melvin Mora Rangel, and Brad Joseph as they interview local refugees and organizations in an attempt to learn what brings refugees seeking asylum to Charlottesville, Virginia. This podcast explores the personal experiences of refugees as they navigate the institutional realities of Charlottesville. It probes the experience of assimilation asking if it is easier to assimilate as a second generation refugee? And asks about the unique challenges that second generation refugees face. Finally, the podcast concludes by sharing resources available for refugees in Charlottesville and how listeners can aid the cause.

We are delighted to host this podcast at Sounding Out! and hope that you enjoy this excellent piece.

Amanda Patton, Ahmad Frahmand, Melvin Mora Rangel, and Brad Joseph authored this podcast series as a project in Steph Ceraso‘s amazing “Writing With Sound” class at the University of Virginia. Here’s the link to the podcast assignment, with a full rubric at the end.

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SO! Podcast #79: Behind the Podcast: deconstructing scenes from AFRI0550, African American Health Activism – Nic John Ramos and Laura Garbles

A Manifesto, or Sounding Out!’s 51st Podcast!!! – Aaron Trammell

Mukbang Cooks, Chews, and Heals – David Lee

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Ph.D. student in rhet/comp, University of Pittsburgh

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