Latest Episode: Episode 8
Guest Podcaster: Captain Josiah
ABV chat with Captain Josiah from US Army about his life journey as a Burmese refugee immigrant. Captain Josiah arrives in the US as a refugee along with his parents. They had only $100 for the whole family to settle in a new country.
Guest Podcaster: Johnny Webster
Atlanta Burmese Voice speaks with Johnny Webster-Lighthouse Mind Education Atlanta, on mind education and how it can benefit the Burmese community in Georgia.
Guest Podcaster: Priscilla Win
ABV speaks with Priscilla Win, Domestic Violence Advocate, on domestic violence and services provided to help the victims and abusers in the Burmese community.
Guest Speaker: Rosalinn Zahau
ABV speaks with Rosalinn Zahau on the journey of a minority woman to Harvard, the inclusion of women in Burmese society, and the struggles of a minority in the Burmese society.
Guest Speaker: Sai Kyaw
Atlanta Burmese Voice Episode #4 speaks with Sai Kyaw, Organizer, Democracy Road Trip for Burma on their mission and their action plans. ABV also provide information and news on employment opportunities, entertainment, festival, economic and politics.
Guest Speaker: Zaw Latt
Atlanta Burmese Voice speaks with Han Zaw Latt, activist and host of People to People Program. He is also Founder and CEO of Miss Golden Land Myanmar.
Guest Podcaster: Veronica Thang
Atlanta Burmese Voice Episode #2 speaks with Veronica Thang, Program Coordinator, CPACS on resources and help available for Burmese community.
Guest Podcaster: Tan Win Hut
Atlanta Burmese Voice is a podcast designed for Burmese community in metro Atlanta, Georgia and Southeast. Covers wide range of topics related to local community, entertainment, wellbeing, and lifestyle. First episode guest is Than Win Htut, current affairs director, DVB News.