Sinopse

Kaniya is a movement that both empowers and disrupts the Filipinx status quo through thought-provoking and vulnerable conversations aimed to cultivate a strong sense of belonging in the Filipinx community.

Episódios

  • EP05 | Abby Albino: Sports Marketing for the Raptors, Storytelling with Nike Sportswear, and Co-Founding Rise Tribe

    EP05 | Abby Albino: Sports Marketing for the Raptors, Storytelling with Nike Sportswear, and Co-Founding Rise Tribe

    27/02/2019 Duração: 01h03s

    Abby Albino (@abbyalbino) is a Toronto-based sports marketing and communications professional who has managed to have some pretty incredible career moments for someone who grew up loving sports and sneakers. From overseeing PR for Toronto's biggest sports teams like the Raptors and the Maple Leafs, to now Account Manager for Nike Sportswear, Abby shares with us the struggles of being taken seriously as the only person of colour and woman in the room, let alone someone who knows sports. We missed Mal on this one but we talk about the realities Filipinx youth in Canada face, which ultimately led Abby to co-founding Rise Tribe. Rise is a non-profit organization focused on powering the next generation of Filipino Canadian leaders through community events and mentorship. We also get into the story behind the big spoon and fork, how bagged milk is not a universal Canadian thing, and the sneakers you can find on a typical Toronto mans. Follow Rise Tribe: @rise_tribe www.risetribe.ca Intro by Cabu Beats Outro by Jer

  • EP04 | Chadley Abalos + Gino Coronado: Parlor by Haides (Part 2)

    EP04 | Chadley Abalos + Gino Coronado: Parlor by Haides (Part 2)

    16/02/2019 Duração: 59min

    For part two of our conversation with Chad and Gino, we dive into the business side of Haides and chop it up about why it was important to start close to home, taking L's as an entrepreneur, and what their "why's" are (in business and individually). We end it off with topics we want to hear people talk more about like traditional gender roles, toxic masculinity, and mental health in the Filipinx community. Listen to Part 1 here. Follow Parlor by Haides: www.haidesprojects.com instagram.com/parlorbyhaides Chadley Abalos: instagram.com/chadleyabalos Gino Coronado: instagram.com/haides.g

  • EP03 | Chadley Abalos + Gino Coronado: Parlor by Haides (Part 1)

    EP03 | Chadley Abalos + Gino Coronado: Parlor by Haides (Part 1)

    07/02/2019 Duração: 47min

    In this episode, we bring you part 1 (of 2) of our talk with Chadley Abalos and Gino Coronado of Parlor by Haides—a barbershop, salon and lifestyle brand based in Surrey, BC, Canada. Founded 3 years ago, Haides has established itself as a respected business that successfully combines creativity and culture to cultivate community around it. Today, we talk about their upbringings, how Filipino culture informed their business, living in a westernized society, navigating being part of the Filipino diaspora, and more. Follow Parlor by Haides: www.haidesprojects.com instagram.com/parlorbyhaides Chadley Abalos: instagram.com/chadleyabalos Gino Coronado: instagram.com/haides.g

  • EP02 | Mariel Padilla: Being a Journalist, Winning a Pulitzer Prize, and Growing Up Filipinx

    EP02 | Mariel Padilla: Being a Journalist, Winning a Pulitzer Prize, and Growing Up Filipinx

    05/12/2018 Duração: 57min

    Mariel Padilla is a NYC based Journalist, who, at 23, won a Pulitzer Prize in the Local Reporting category for being a part of the team that wrote the investigative article, “Seven Days of Heroin,” by The Cincinnati Enquirer. In this episode we talk about her experiences with her new career, growing up Filipinx in Indiana, her experiences of being a POC, her connection to the culture, and more. Find her at: https://www.instagram.com/mmmarielp/ Read the Pulitzer Prize article here: https://www.cincinnati.com/pages/interactives/seven-days-of-heroin-epidemic-cincinnati/?from=new-cookie Read some of her articles here: htttp://www.parasakaniya.com Intro: Cabu Beats https://soundcloud.com/cabubeats https://www.instagram.com/cabubeats/ Outro: Kempeh - ITHINKILUVU https://soundcloud.com/kempeh https://www.instagram.com/kempeh/

  • EP01 | Donnel Garcia Barroso

    EP01 | Donnel Garcia Barroso

    26/11/2018 Duração: 01h02min

    Donnel Garcia Barroso is a Vancouver-based photographer and writer, most recently known for his work with photography-based publication, Street Dreams Magazine, and Canadian streetwear boutique, Livestock. We ask him about how he seems to have found every Filipinx in the city, and dive into the scarcity complex, being mentors with/for your peers, AI (the player), all of our shared love for bipstek, and realizing on-air that he isn't from Surrey after all. Intro by @cabubeats Outro by @kempeh

  • EP00 | The Intro: Disrupting the Filipinx Status Quo

    EP00 | The Intro: Disrupting the Filipinx Status Quo

    11/11/2018 Duração: 30min

    Kaniya is a movement that both empowers and disrupts the Filipinx status quo through thought-provoking and vulnerable conversations aimed to cultivate a strong sense of belonging in the Filipinx community. That's wordy af, but it encompasses what we're about. Despite recording this back in July, so much of what we start to delve into in these first conversations still reign true. Community, empowerment, connection, stumbling through our parent's native tongue, and comparing each of our family's Tita Baby - we're here to talk about it all. Thanks for listening. Intro by @cabubeats Outro by @donmayor

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