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    Fo Da People
    (University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu, 2021-12-07) Chong, Christian ; Turner, Marisa ; Kozuma, Rachelle ; Ulep, Noah ; Romero, Yasmine
    There’s this idea that seems to permeate the ideological thinking of many, and it’s that the homeless people— or even struggling people, are in control of what causes them to go into this disadvantaged state. People are led to believe that all the homeless are lazy people, drunkards, or even drug addicts that deserve no leniency or help from the state. Regardless of whether or not it rings true for some, these alienating thought processes do nothing but to further tarnish the reputation of the people that are failed not by their own merit, but by the circumstances that they’re forced into.
    [The purpose and stakes of the podcast are to] inform people about other implications that forced people into homelessness [and] create more awareness surrounding the Hawaii homeless situation.
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    Nā Leo o ka Lāhui Kanaka
    (University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu, 2021-12-07) Natividad, Halley-Ann ; Kahele-Madali, Jahnna ; Gonzalez, Abby ; Romero, Yasmine
    Our purpose for this podcast is to create a space for a conversation that students, educators, and visitors to the islands can have on the impacts of westernization and colonialism in Hawaiʻi and the rest of Oceania.
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    Fantastic Four
    (University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu, 2021-12-07) Souza, Celeste ; DeVirgilio, Mark ; Tachera, Mokihana ; Romero, Yasmine
    Fantastic 4’s podcast on ʻĀina Loa, which is an eco-friendly farming community with local farmers, eco-tourists and homeless family support. The purpose of our podcast is to educate the people of Hawaiʻi nei about the possibility of an imagined future agricultural community of families. Our team believes that action can only happen if people can share in a common vision of the future. By creating this podcast episode, we hope to inspire more people to work towards this as a reality.
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    Team Talk Anykine
    (University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu, 2021-12-07) Ganitano, Rusdy-Sean ; Shimazu, Justin ; Rebelo, Ian ; Dacuycuy, Nicole ; Romero, Yasmine
    This podcast consist of a brief introduction of for those who aren't familiar with Pidgin then follows with personal interviews of family members from Nicole Ducuycuy's end, some brief personal experiences with Pidgin and a huge section of free discussion/talk
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    The Word Starts Here
    (University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu, 2021-12-07) Bellinger, Ashley ; Giles, Lauren ; Romero, Yasmine
    This podcast contains two interviews: one with Susan Albrecht and one with Robyn Tasaka by Ashley Bellinger and Lauren Giles. The topics of conversation covered in this podcast include English Language Learners (ELLs) in the middle school classroom and college tutoring center, discussing the pros/cons/and in-betweens when it comes to working alongside ELLs.
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    The Big Review
    (University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu, 2021-12-07) Thomas, Kanemaru ; Romero, Yasmine
    This is the Big Review, a podcast which will be reviewing the podcasts of Fo Da People, Fantastic Four, and Nā Leo o Ka Lāhui Kanaka, which all talk about Hawaii and its people.
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    Talk Story
    (University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu, 2021-12-07) Ae, Kimberly ; Bonilla, Reese ; Gallarde, Bethany ; Romero, Yasmine
    The impact speaking Pidgin has had on the lives of people who grew up and received an education in Hawai‘i, and how the negative stigmas associated with it has challenged Pidgin speakers at home and in school, as well as in our wider society, and how allowing Pidgin in education can alter the Western expectations that are embedded in everything we do.
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    Interview with Dr. Li-hsiang Lisa Rosenlee
    (University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu, 2019-10) Gogue, Christa ; Reyes, Justin Delos ; Hui, Carlton ; Romero, Yasmine

    ENG 300 students Christa Gogue, Justin Delos Reyes, and Carlton Hui interview Dr. Li-hsiang Lisa Rosenlee, a professor of Philosophy at the University of Hawaii - West O'ahu.

    UHWO philosophy professor, Dr. Li-hsiang Lisa Rosenlee, details her work in relation to the “Crisis in Philosophy”. With a focus on feminism and the disparities between non-Western and Western philosophy, Rosenlee connects these ideas to her understanding of contact zones, otherwise known as comparative philosophy in her field.

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    Interview with Dr. Yasmine Romero
    (University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu, 2019-10-16) Yamauchi, Chase ; David, Dani Kaohe ; Balao, Cherrie Mae ; Romero, Yasmine
    ENG 300 students Chase Yamauchi, Dani Kaohe David, and Cherrie Mae Balao interview Dr. Yasmine Romero, a professor of English at the University of Hawaii - West O'ahu.
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    Interview with Dr. Nandi Odhiambo
    (University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu, 2019-10-16) Pula, Aloha ; Tani, Makana ; Romero, Yasmine
    ENG 300 students Aloha Pula and Makana Tani interview Dr. Nandi Odhiambo, a professor of English at the University of Hawaii - West O'ahu.