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Monday, September 30, 2013

Special guest Claire Jean Kim, an Associate Professor of Political Science and Asian American Studies at UCI, joins me on today's show!


Special guest Claire Jean Kim, an Associate Professor of Political Science and Asian American Studies at UCI, joined me today on Get the FUNK Out! If you missed our conversation, you can listen here.



About Claire
Claire teaches classes on race, multiculturalism, and human-animal studies. She is the author of the award-winning Bitter Fruit: The Politics of Black-Korean Conflict and the forthcoming Race, Species and Nature in a Multicultural Age. TUNE in at 9am pst on KUCI 88.9fm and streaming on www.kuci.org!

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

NEW FALL Promo!

Hear the latest show promo right here!

Interested in being a guest on Get the FUNK Out? Want to call in to the show and share your story of how you survived a crazy funk, only to become a stronger, more courageous person? Well, what are you waiting for?! E-mail Janeane, share your story and tell why you think you would be a great inspiration to others going through a funk! You can even share your mantra (if you have one) and brief story of your funk and how you made it through. 

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Alma Schneider joins me Monday on Get the FUNK Out!


If you missed Alma on today's show, what's the matter with you?! She was inspiring, enlightening and a delight to have on the show! Listen here to hear our conversation, especially all of you parents who feel you have lost your 'creative sparkle' after having kids and juggling this crazy roller coaster ride of adulthood!


ABOUT ALMA SCHNEIDER
In 2005 Alma combined her love of music and background in community organizing to found Parents Who Rock, in order to help parents re-connect with their musical past through organized performances for charity.

Prior to that, Alma worked as a Social Worker in a New York City settlement house, and in private practice as a therapist. Alma holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin, and a Masters Degree in Social Work from Hunter College.

Alma is also Founder and CEO of Take Back the Kitchen LLC (www.takebackthekitchen.com), where she combines her background in counseling with her other passion, cooking, to help women overcome the common and individual obstacles to achieving their goals in the kitchen.

http://takebackthekitchen.com/