The Mash-Up Americans podcast celebrates our cross-cultural, multi-hyphenated, noisy, joyous, messy modern society. With laughter and blunt honesty, hosts Rebecca Lehrer and Amy S. Choi dive into a wide range of topics through a lens of race, culture, and identity, celebrating the diverse communities that make us who we are and exploring what it means to be American today. Special guests are Vice News correspondent Dexter Thomas, comedian Marcella Arguello, and Keith Chen, associate professor of economics at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
Cash bar and music by DJ Sizzle before and after the program.
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