Every so often, a podcast challenges the way listeners see the world. The Reppin podcast with Evelien Kong is here to do that. This podcast focuses on fighting stereotypes and promoting empowerment through rich dialogue. Listeners will get a reintroduction to the people and places they think they know. They will hear about their personal experiences in Hollywood and beyond.
Reppin host Evelien Kong knows all too well about not feeling included. As an Asian American with over 25 years of experience in Hollywood, she has a lot of stories to tell. Her credits include directing and producing award-winning documentaries. In her time in the media, she has gathered many anecdotes and experiences. These make the podcast interviews feel honest and insightful. Her dedication to making the industry more diverse and inclusive shines through.
On the Reppin podcast, listeners will hear eye-opening interviews with many people. In the CW's Kung Fu, Canadian actor Ludi Lin reflects on his experiences with bullying. Talented actress Genevieve Kang reflects on the effects of a lifetime of underrepresentation. Standup comic Gina Yashere shares her journey to becoming a household name. She reflects on her roles on HBO and Comedy Central and how they led to her co-creating a successful CBS show. Meteorologist Ginger Zee discusses how personal tragedy influences her reporting on ABC News. Fans will also hear interviews with people like Leeza Gibbons, Laura Sohn, and Karen Olivo.
Evelien interviews those who push the boundaries of what society thinks they know. Dr. Katherine Ramsland is a professor of forensic psychology. She shares her thought-provoking insights into what makes a serial killer.
The Reppin podcast is a megaphone for people like Tony Giroux and Meegwun Fairbrother to make their experiences heard. It's an excellent opportunity for listeners to learn more about their peers. New episodes are available twice a month.