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Mija Podcast

By Ana Hanssen, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Multilingual relatable stories about immigrant families.

Podcast Language & Culture Studio Ochenta Average run time: 10 minutes
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This podcast is beautiful, compelling, and engaging. Mija Podcast is insightful, relatable and emotional and each season of is a love letter to immigrant families. The stories are real and compelling and can help empathize with listeners who have direct or familial connection to immigration. It also serves as a way for others to understand and empathize with these journeys, by highlighting the true sacrifice and struggle that comes along with leaving your home country. Production is top notch, and sound effects and music add color to the cultural context of each story. The fact that it is multilingual makes it authentic and a wonderful tool for those interested in learning and practicing language skills as well as those who want to listen in their native language.

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