We start our next episode of TITT TALKS with a message from the co-founders of Fertility Rally. They are hosting a virtual celebration for the infertility community for anyone and everyone building modern families and seeking empowerment, education suppo...
We start our next episode of TITT TALKS with a message from the co-founders of Fertility Rally. They are hosting a virtual celebration for the infertility community for anyone and everyone building modern families and seeking empowerment, education support and community. More details available on their IG @fertilityrally.
Welcome back to our second episode of Legacy Stories brought to you by TITT Talks! This series is a tribute to our heritage through storytelling. Stories preserve culture and pass on family history and tradition from one generation to another. In essence, stories keep cultures alive. In them, we learn much about ourselves and those that came before us. These stories deserve a platform to be showcased. If we don’t do it, who will? In this series, we’ll be paying respect and honoring our families. Join us and learn part of our history as we each share individual legacy stories of our own families.
Today, TCha is your host and she will be paying honor and tribute to her father, Luis Alberto Chavez Tay. A person we each admire for his entrepreneurial spirit, resilience, good humor and example of a great father and grandfather.
TITT Talks is a proudly #aapi family. We are deeply concerned for the safety of our aapi sisters and brothers, our own families, and our personal friends. We cannot put into words all that we are feeling, as we go from sadness to anger to confusion to fear.
Please check-in with your #aapi friends. We are not all okay. Please take care of yourselves and know that you can talk to us. If you need support, a helpful resource is stopasianhate.info. We stand with our Asian American Pacific Islander community in the face of racism, and we are committed to taking action against it.
ABOUT TITT TALKS
TITT Talks was “conceived” in January of 2020 during one of TITT’s many friend/family (“framily”) get-togethers. In conversation, it came to light that there was a lack of representation of women like TITT in, among other forms of media, the podcast world. In particular, there was no podcast that TITT could subscribe to that would enable them to feel seen, heard, or understood as modern Asian Pacific American working mothers.
The women of TITT Talks knew that this void was one they could fill by sharing their voices and experiences through their casual conversations, which were already taking place on a routine basis.
Thank you for the positive feedback we have received since our launch in early June 2020. We are delighted to hear that we are bringing you content that you can finally relate to as mothers, professionals, millennials, and Asian Pacific Americans.
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