October 23, 2021: HINDZ with guest host Stacey Lee Kong.
TikTok Radio host HINDZ. Guest host: Friday Things founder Stacey Lee Kong. #ontheradar: Margaret Atwood TERF tweet, Jamie Lee Curtis and daughter Ruby open up about transgender coming-out journey, 'To All The Boys' spinoff 'XO, Kitty', 'Squid Game' lost in translation, and Beyonce's skin lightened in Tiffany & Co. 'Date Night' ad. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
All around us, there are stories waiting to be unearthed, storylines there for the taking. Grant and Brooke discuss this and more—plotting v. pantsing; researching; understanding your readers—in this week’s episode. Importantly, this week’s show with guest Stacey Lee is about why we write, how it’s our birthright, and how we can push through some of the guilt and/or apathy some writers have felt over this past year-plus about whether or how much their writing might matter, especially in the face and wake of greater suffering.
SVR Law with Abram Averbach and Stacey Lee (episode 301) | 20 May 2021
Calgary Business Podcast
To learn more about Abram Averbach, Stacey Lee and their focus on Family Law within the SVR Law practice, click on one or more of the links below: §§§ SVR Law Website (Family Law) | https://familylaw.svrlawyers.com/ Website (Full practice) | https://www.svrlawyers.com/ Instagram | @svrfamilylaw Facebook | @svrfamilylawyers LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/svr-family-lawyers/ §§§ Abram Averbach | https://www.linkedin.com/in/abram-averbach-a0304156/ Stacey Lee | https://www.linkedin.com/in/stacey-lee-88a86021/--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/allen-wazny/message
A litigator with over fifteen years’ experience, Stacey helps her clients navigate difficult and sensitive family law matters. She offers clients experienced counsel across a complete range of family legal issues including divorce & separation agreements, prenuptial agreements, post nuptial agreements, child custody, spousal support and child support. On every matter, Stacey aims to bring about a positive and lasting change for each client’s life, family relationships and financial position. Her clients range from high-net-worth individuals with complex business assets to parents seeking help with inter-jurisdictional custody disputes. Whether she is advising someone involved in an amicable split or in a bitter dispute, Stacey always takes the time to ensure her clients fully understand the law, their options and her recommended steps. She gives honest, practical advice that aims to help clients move past the immediate conflict and consider the long-term significance of their actions. Stacey makes use of all the tools at her disposal to help clients, including mediation, arbitration and interim court applications. She makes regular court appearances at the Provincial Court, Court of Queen’s Bench and has also appeared at the Court of Appeal. Stacey also assists her clients when they are purchasing or selling a home. She works closely with a trusted group of professionals, including psychologists, realtors and financial and investment advisors to ensure her clients are receiving the professional support they need.
Acclaimed TIFF Documentary ‘UNDERPLAYED’ debuts on the AMAZON MUSIC MOBILE APP and AMAZON PRIME VIDEO - INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY. Janeane speaks with Director Stacey Lee about this powerful film!
KUCI: Get the Funk Out
ACCLAIMED DOCUMENTARY ‘UNDERPLAYED’ TO BECOME AVAILABLE ON THE AMAZON MUSIC MOBILE APP AND AMAZON PRIME VIDEO ON MONDAY, MARCH 8 - INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAYThe Amazon Music Twitch Channel to Host Live Release-Day Roundtable at 6 pm PST / 9 pm EST on Women in Electronic Music; Featuring Some of the Biggest Names in EDM and Underplayed Director Stacey LeeUnderplayed is a rousing film that focuses on the gender, ethnic, and sexual inequality issues within the electronic music industry and the female DJ’s who have risen to the top in spite of it allWATCH THE TRAILER NOW100% FRESH ON ROTTEN TOMATOESWorld Premiere – 2020 Toronto International Film FestivalOfficial Selection – 2020 Tribeca Film Festival
Underplayed / Film School Radio interview with Director Stacey Lee
KUCI: Film School
Filmed over the summer festival season, UNDERPLAYED presents a portrait of the current status of the gender, ethnic, and sexual equality issues through the lens of the female pioneers, next-generation artists, and industry leaders who are championing the change, and inspiring a more diverse pool of role models for future generations. The impetus for the UNDERPLAYED came to light during the 2018 Bud Light House Party Tour, when Bud Light Canada sat down with artists from diverse backgrounds and genres to learn about the evolution of their careers, and their unique experiences in recording, touring, and performing. Key conversations with female DJs exposed a striking gender inequality in the space, and further research substantiated their experiences. Electronic music was born from the ideals of diversity, community, and inclusivity; yet in 2019 only 7% of Billboard’s Top 100 DJs were women. They make up less than 3% of production and technical roles in the music industry. For women of color, it's less than 0.3%.An official selection of both the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival, UNDERPLAYED features NERVO, Rezz, TOKiMONSTA, Alison Wonderland, and Tygapaw. Director Stacey Lee stops by to talk about just how grotesquely under represented women are in a music genre that has made truckloads of music from a female fan base that is ready and willing to support a rise wave of women taking their place behind soundboards and laptops all around the world. For news, updates and screenings go to: underplayedthefilm.com
Warm welcome to our new listeners, let's continue and build upon the momentum surrounding the active work to create a just and equitable system for the black community. Head over to our page of resources of recommended learning: https://88cupsoftea.com/learn/ If you’re looking for a super intimate space where you can meet fellow storytellers and experience what it’s like to be a part of our community, come hang out with us in our private Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/88cupsoftea. We check in with each other on the daily, and have weekly threads where you can update each other about your work-in-progress, along with swapping recommendations for books and tv shows, and there’s a whole lot more that happens in there. Join us at https://www.facebook.com/groups/88cupsoftea/! --------------------------------------- We are thrilled to announce we are beginning the process of building out 88 Cups of Tea’s volunteer positions and would love to hear from you if you’re passionate about 88 Cups of Tea and want to be a part of building out our future. Fill out our application here: https://88cupsoftea.com/volunteer/ --------------------------------------- Stacey Lee is an award-winning author of historical and contemporary young adult fiction, including Outrun the Moon, Under a Painted Sky, The Secret of a Heart Note, and her most recent novel, The Downstairs Girl. In our conversation, Stacey reflects on how she cultivated her inner confidence as a storyteller at a young age and how it's continued to grow throughout her writing career. She opens up about the invaluable writing strategies she learned as a lawyer that helps her see the importance of every single word on the page and craft authenticity in her characters. Filled with crafting advice on detailed research processes, using metaphors to write strong protagonists, finding critique partners, and more, our conversation will be sure to spark inspiration and joy. Please say 'Hi' to Stacey on Twitter! https://twitter.com/staceyleeauthor Head over to her shownotes page at https://88cupsoftea.com/stacey-lee to find the resources and books mentioned in her episode, tweetable quotes, and the timestamps of highlights throughout the entire conversation.
Director Stacey Lee of UNDERPLAYED Talks Gender Inequality, Visibility & The Power Of Women In Music
For Episode 27, we have Stacey Lee who is the brilliant mind and director behind UNDERPLAYED, a film that explores gender inequality in the EDM industry and underground dance scene. This is Stacey's debut-feature length project and it will premiere at this year's Toronto International Film Festival. UNDERPLAYED features the stories and experiences of some established superstar female DJs, producers, and artists like TOKIMONSTA, Apple Music's Anna Lunoe, and megastar DJ, Alison Wonderland. We also get to hear the voices from some emerging talent in the scene like Sherelle and the hard-working TYGAPAW who we've had on the podcast before. The film follows female pioneers, next-generation artists, and industry leaders who are championing the change and inspiring a more diverse pool of role models for future generations. Stacey made some time in her busy schedule to chat about the inspiration behind the film, exploring humanity within her storytelling and solutions on how to promote and enforce female inclusion within all aspects of the music industry. UNDERPLAYED is streaming now on the TIFF website so make sure to watch after the interview!VIDEO EPISODE ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PneXOG-d0k&t=123sListen to Club Management on ALL streaming platforms: https://linktr.ee/ClubManagementDonate On Patreon: www.patreon.com/clubmanagement1WATCH UNDERPLAYED: https://www.tiff.net/events/underplayed-eventSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/clubmanagement1)
Episode 7: Should middle school students be allowed to read controversial or difficult issues? (with Stacey Lee!)
Middle School Students Argue About Books
On today's episode our student panel of Abi, Angelina, Sean, Tove, and Elise are joined by Stacey Lee, author of such fabulous young adult fiction titles as Under a Painted Sky, Outrun the Moon, The Downstairs Girl, and The Secret of a Heart Note to discuss one of the most common sources of contention between middle school students and their parents and teachers -- controversial or difficult issues in middle school books. Specifically, should middle school students be allowed to, or even encouraged to, read books that include violence, profanity, sex, drugs and alcohol, or other difficult topics? What value, if any, is there in reading books that include these topics?