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Award-winning Journalist, commentator, and humorist, Emil Guillermo gives his take on race, society, and politics from an Asian American perspective. A former NPR host, Emil's commentaries can be read at http://www.aaldef/org/blog His work has appeared on radio, TV, and print nationwide. His book "Amok:Essays from an Asian American perspective," won an American Book Award. Twitter: @emilamok
 
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Amy Portello Nelson talks with Emil Guillermo about Little Manila Rising's "Get Out the Vaccine" drive. Modeled after the "Get Out the Vote" idea, the program goes door to door to give people good information about the virus and vaccines. And it's working, vaccine rates went from the low 30 percent range to more than 50 percent in the zipcodes canv…
 
Little Manila Rising is an non-profit organization in Stockton, Calif. servicing primarily the South Stockton community. After a recent youth conference produced by Little Manila youth, Emil Guillermo talked with Celine Lopez, a newly-minted Stanford graduate, who hopes to use her senior thesis in Urban Studies as a foundation for policy-making in …
 
An Earth Day/Earth Month Special! A Filipino American group called Little Manila Rising is part of a "people-powered" Green Revolution that's changing how the community in Stockton, Calif. gets involved in environmental justice. Recently, community members, empowered by state money through AB617, rejected a $5 million proposal from the Port of Stoc…
 
Angelo Quinto died after a policeman had a knee to the back of his neck for 5 minutes. Emil Amok is Emil Guillermo, journalist, commentary, performing artist reads from the column he wrote on www.aaldef.org/blog about Quinto, the need for re-thinking policing, and what this means for Asian Americans. Prof. Dan Gonzales of SF State Univ joins in to …
 
Why were Japanese Americans incarcerated during World War II? President Franklin Roosevelt's signing of Executive Order 9066 on Feb. 19, 1942 paved the way. And while some where given redress payments in 1988, the battle continues for a few hundred Japanese Latin Americans who were also incarcerated at the same time but left out of the settlement. …
 
Corky Lee died on Jan. 27 of Covid. He is now the undisputed Asian American photographer laureate. There was no sense of a modern Asian American civil rights movement before Vincent Chin inspired a generation to stand up and be seen. Corky Lee documented it all. I talk of my friendship with Corky as I read my post from the AALDEF blog. Then, I repr…
 
Emil Amok's Takes on the latest Covid news, Dorothy Velasco's passing, Pete Hamill, Race, Environment, affirmative action, opening of schools, Harvard, Emil's speech and his friend Ted. Read more at amok.com; Or at https://www.aaldef.org/blog Emil Amok is the moniker of Emil Guillermo, the Asian American journalist of Filipino descent, who is the w…
 
Trump wasn't yelling, "We're No. 1." when the country surpassed 150,000 Covid-19 deaths. He didn't even bother to show up at John Lewis' funeral. Emil talks about the news and more. Plus another experiment into Covid friendship as he has a reunion with a college classmate, now a philosophy professor, Ted Schatzki. See Emil's columns at http://www.a…
 
Emil Guillermo talks to Simon Tam of the Slants about how his case to trademark what was thought to be a disparaging name didn't hurt but helped in the battle to change the name of the Washington NFL team. Emil also talks to author, journalist Jacqueline Keeler, who led activists through her group EradicatingOfensiveNativeMascotry. See his columns …
 
You are not alone. Emil Amok Guillermo is a journalist, commentator, and humorist. Emil Amok's Takeout is where he works out his talk show days and gives you his take on everything. See his columns at http://www.aaldef.org/blog. Twitter @emilamok. Watch for his shows at ww.zoomcomedian.com and at amok.com…
 
Journalist/commentator/humorist Emil Amok Guillermo gives his take on everything from Trump's "Make America Sick Again" rally, Father's Day, White Privilege, and Juneteenth. He talks to a friend he hasn't seen in more than 40 years named Ted, who is a philosopher. Listen to more shows on amok.com, and wherever you listen to podcasts. Read Emil's co…
 
Emil Guillermo has written his "Amok" column covering race, culture and ethnicity for the last 25 years in the Filipino and Asian American media. Professor Daniel Phil Gonzales of SF State's College of Ethnic Studies talks about George Floyd, the protests, #BLM, Trum['s future, gassing innocent people, and more...including the PBS "Asian American" …
 
Emil Amok Guillermo talks with his old friend, University of Kentucky Philosopher Ted Schatzki about life, Covid, and George Floyd. They met at college and last saw each other when Emil gave a shocking speech. They reunited after 40 years when the pandemic began. This is their third conversation trying to make sense of life. Twitter @emilamok Conta…
 
A special Filipino American National Historical Society Museum program as Emil Guillermo, museum director, talks to author Peter Jamero, one of the first Filipinos born in America. Filipinos were first brought to America in large numbers in the 1920s and 1930s. But because of discrimination, few were able to either marry or intermarry in order to s…
 
Is America too big to fail? Should the government do all it can to prop up the little guy as it has Big Business? Some of the questions in part 2 of "Emil Amok talks to a Philosopher About our Lousy Covid Life." Check out Emil's columns on at www.aaldef.org/blog , and at www.amok.com Also a speech for 2020 graduates, as Emil contemplates his alma m…
 
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 o…
 
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 photographe…
 
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.comPor Emil Guillermo.
 
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 …
 
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://ww…
 
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 s…
 
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…
 
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 ke…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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 personn…
 
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…
 
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, …
 
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/blo…
 
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/Asia…
 
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" co…
 
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 pr…
 
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 re…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Show Log 00: Open, intros, Emil comments on news, including the week's gun violence and the NBA champion Golden State Warriors. 14:35 Karthick Ramakrishnan, UC Riverside, School of Public Policy; AAPI Data 15:52 Interview begins 1:01:20 On bias against South Asians 1:02:49 On Vincent Chin Anniversary 1:07:10 Emil reads his Father's Day Essay Emil G…
 
Ep.16: Emil Amok's Takeout---Show Log :00-show open; Emil's take on Trump's tweets, climate change accord, Kathy Griffin, James Comey, Trump as hood ornament. 15::40 The NAAS Survey's finding that Asian Americans often exclude South Asians, Central Asians. Our xenophobia problem. 17:00 Prof. Jennifer Lee, Columbia Univ. on her research with Dean Ka…
 
Show log Emil Amok’s Takeout Ep. 15 :00 Emil’s opening rap 1:46 San Diego Fringe Festival and SF Marsh shows 2:30 Coming up intros of top stories 5:05 What made me go amok this week 6:25 Martial Law in the Philippines? Oh, just “Partial Martial”? 18:12 Intro Celestino Almeda, the 100-year old Filipino WW2 Vet still Fighting for his equity pay 24:12…
 
Links to columns touched on by Emil in Podcast No.14: http://aaldef.org/blog/emil-guillermo-last-fable-day-asian-americans-emmy-snub-fresh-off-the-boat-easter-xua.html http://aaldef.org/blog/emil-guillermo-is-fresh-off-the-boat-historical-or-the-taming-of-eddie-huang.html http://aaldef.org/blog/emil-guillermo-wong-kim-ark-gop-anchor-baby-suzanne-ah…
 
Ep. 13 Emil Guillermo: "Mommy, I need you," a Mother's Day podcast memory; plus Trump grows more Nixony by the day May 12, 2017 3:04 PM From the AALDEF blog: http://aaldef.org/blog/emil-guillermo-mommy-i-need-you-mothers-day-podcast-trump-nixon.html I wrote an essay about my mother that was in my collection of Emil Amok columns in my book Amok back…
 
SHOW LOG: :00 Opening rap 3:25 Health care vote 8:15 Duterte and Trump 11:42 Corky Lee intro 18:20 Corky Lee interview From the blog at http://www.aaldef.orgblog By Emil Amok My late mother, the wise Filipina, would always say, "Your health is your wealth." And when her health failed, she was thankful for her health care through Medicare. And now a…
 
Show notes (index at bottom) Korean American community leader John Lim from the KCCD/MyKoreanStory.org series on "Sa-I-Gu." Go to www.saigue429.org. Also, how Chinese Takeouts in Philadelphia are being discriminated against in another story that involves Asians and African Americans pitted against one another. Councilman David Oh details how what s…
 
Don't tell the Laotian community in Richmond, CA that environmental racism doesn't exist. They've been fighting corporate polluters and making them listen to their voices for years. Miya Yoshitani of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN) talks about their story fpr Earth Day as an inspiration for other Asian Americans to take action in the…
 
Emil Guillermo: Dragged United passenger Dr. David Dao is no Rosa Parks, but he could be a poster boy for all consumers April 13, 2017 4:45 PM When the U.S. drops the "mother of all bombs" on Afghanistan as a worldwide message, it's time for a little sobering perspective. Maybe we could take a little more time to treat all people with a little more…
 
Emil Amok's Takeout is the podcast/radio program of award-winning journalist and commentator Emil Guillermo. Read his takes on the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund blog at http://www.aaldef.org/blog And at http://www.amok.com On this episode, he is astonished by the sudden change in Trump. Yes, Syria is a grave situation. But Trump, …
 
You might know about Japanese Americans incarcerated during WWII, but did you know the U.S. also rounded up Japanese Latin Americans, mostly from Peru. They were held and imprisoned in the U.S. to be used as pawns of war. About 2,200 were rounded up. On Emil Amok's Takeout, I talk to two survivors, Art Shibayama, 86 , and Blanca Katsura, 86. Both w…
 
In an exclusive interview, host Emil Guillermo talks with Profs. Scott Kurashige and Emily Lawsin about their discrimination lawsuit filed against the University of Michigan. See more on the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund blog, http://www.aaldef.org/blog The lawsuit paints a broad picture of discrimination and exclusion at the scho…
 
With just hours before the Travel Ban 2.0 was set to take effect, federal judge Derrick Kahala Watson in Honolulu halted it nationwide by issuing a temporary restraining order to the listed plaintiffs: the State of Hawaii and Ismail Elshikh. You heard a lot about Hawaii, but not much about Elshikh in most of the news reports. Elshikh was critical t…
 
In Emil Amok's Takeout, host Emil Guillermo, writer on the Asian American Legal Defense and Educaton Fund blog (www.aaldef.org/blog) talks about the new travel ban. Even sanitized, the ban is an attack on Muslims and Muslim Americans. Beyond the travelers it specifically bans, it authorizes a provision to create a data base of foreign nationals in …
 
It's not every day an undocumented person gets to sit in the chamber of power and listen to the president. But that's what happened to Angie Kim. Emil Guillermo talks with Kim, a community organizing fellow at the Minkwon Center for Community Action in Flushing, Queens, NY. Brought to the U.S. at age name by her parents from South Korea, Kim qualif…
 
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