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Best Abuela podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Abuela podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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True stories for English speakers learning Spanish. From the makers of Duolingo, the most popular language-learning app, comes a new podcast that delivers fascinating real-life stories in easy-to-understand Spanish with English narration. These are not language lessons; they’re life lessons through language. Hosted by Martina Castro, co-founder of NPR’s Radio Ambulante.
 
This project started out as a way to reconnect with the memory of my abuelita. As a kid, me and her would sit at the kitchen table and have a cup of coffee with some pan frances. In this podcast I've sat down with Coffee shop owners, friends, artists, and entrepreneurs. The idea of Coffee With My Abuela is to simply have a good conversation over coffee.
 
A conversation fueled by analysis and activism, all in pursuit of getting our hands dirty to achieve social liberation. We believe in the work of social healing and we believe that there needs to be a diversity of tactics to achieve social healing. We hope the Activist Theology Podcast will be one way that we can explore the work of liberation and healing justice.
 
Peoples stories are Important, and they should be heard. Each unfiltered and unedited episode features a person who has lived a unique life in addition to covering topics that are sensitive or politically incorrect such as sex, drugs, business, race, love and everything else in between. From the business savvy prostitute to a cops dilemma and to a rape victim making her story known so it can help other victims; they all have stories to tell. Sometimes vulgar and inappropriate but always ende ...
 
Hola y Bienvenidos! Are you ready to be inspired to cook at home, try new recipes, meet chefs, foodies and artisans from around the world? Diving into my Latina roots, I use my magical molcajete, wood pit and other tools and techniques that make my guacamole, crunchy tacos, chorizo y queso fundido molcajete, chimichangas, spicy slow grilled ribs, and so much more taste like grandma used to make back in Mexico. My guest chefs and familia share their inspiring stories that led them to create c ...
 
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Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 0′00″ Go! by Plumtree on Predicts the Future (Cinnamon Toast Records) 1′13″ Mars, The God Of War by The Beths on Jump Rope Gazers (Carpark) 4′02″ Capacity by Charly Bliss on Young Enough (Barsuk Records) 7′36″ Only Wish by Dude York on Falling (Hardly Art) 10′04″ Normalcy by Boyrace…
 
Yay CBS Sunday Morning is back…there’s aging gracefully and then there’s trying to fool yourself to reality…just cuz she’s no saint, doesn’t mean Ellen is the devil…never tell anyone how to be more of what they are…know your rights, renters…ya tu sabes, Abuelas with smartphones…Who’s the Boss 2.0, finally some good news in 2020…Theme Song: Pero Let…
 
Robyn and Anna are joined this week by Kat Armas, Cuban theologian and practitioner on the concept of "Abuela theology." Her understanding of the role our ancestors play in our understanding of past, present and Divine has led to her upcoming first book, appropriately titled, Abuela Theology.She is currently living in Los Angeles, California, and p…
 
Robyn and Anna invite Tim Wise to today's episode and break down racism in today's context. If race is the background noise to everything, we have to understand our role in the work. Are we educator or student? Tim Wise suggests we must be both. Tim Wise is among the most prominent anti-racist writers and educators in the United States. He has spen…
 
There are two places Teresa Valcarce calls home: Spain and the United States. But after discovering that one of her countries never fulfilled a centuries-old promise to the other, Teresa sets out on a mission to track down a missing portrait, and restore it to its rightful home. A transcript of this episode is available at podcast.duolingo.com.…
 
Robyn and Anna chat about the pandemic, the church, and social justice with Latinx visionary Lisbeth Melendez-Rivera. Her perspective is formed by her Puerto Rican roots, her background in the medical field, and the unashamed presence in queer liberation. Lisbeth is the Director of Latino and Catholic Initiatives for the Religion and Faith Program.…
 
Yeah, no that’s not what causes those things…true guaperia knows no age limits…so decide, is it real or not cuz ya can’t have it both ways…not all Drs are created equal…the one time vegetarians have saved people…justice for Glitter indeed..sexual Stockholm syndrome is just kidnapping guys…RIP Regis…should we start a hashtag to get us on Dancing wit…
 
In this episode, author/illustrator/cartoonist Jeff Kinney takes us behind the scenes of his bestselling series, DIARY OF A WIMPY KID and new Rowley Jefferson spinoff books. Jeff talks about his unorthodox creative process, his latest (social distanced) book tour, his favorite grade-school teacher, and shares some hopeful words to educators about t…
 
Donuts, yummmm….ay como joden los vegans…almost as much as Karens…Impossible doesn’t equal vegan, bueno usually…oh entitlement, mira que you love the US…O Canada…representation will always be important…the best way to represent is with a laugh…follow your dreams, it’s always the best way to go…we’re all about name props…sorry for the marketing corn…
 
Dr. Magaly Blas trades the security of a city hospital job for a post in the Amazon, where she serves pregnant women who don't have access to modern healthcare. But when Magaly discovers that she, too, is pregnant, her work takes on a whole new level of meaning. A transcript of this episode is available at podcast.duolingo.com.…
 
A desire to document her authentic Mexican food recipes for her son transformed her life into a successful food blogger and now a new book. And best of all, her son is her biggest champion, photographer and at times, her editor. Warning this episode will make you hungry and craving tres leches cake!By MoleMama
 
Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 0′00″ frequent letdown by Illuminati Hotties on FREE I​.​H: This Is Not The One You've Been Waiting For (Self-Released) 2′56″ Rat Baby by Crying on Get Olde (Run For Cover) 4′45″ ringtone (Remix) [feat. Charli XCX, Rico Nasty, Kero Kero Bonito] by 100 gecs on 1000 gecs & The Tree of…
 
Please bring back theme songs, even if just for 2020…sitcom hostage episodes were an odd staple…just when we thought food was off limits…just think before you act, is all…is an apology after punishment contrite…apparently WayFair has just what everyone needs…is COVID over yet?…wow, the Heifer Corporation KEEPS coming up…dejen de comer mierda con el…
 
This week Robyn and Anna welcome author, theology professor, church anti-racism leader, and social change practitioner, Drew G.I. Hart. Drew has a Christian Century hosted blog entitled ‘Taking Jesus Seriously’ while also writing occasionally for The Mennonite as well. His own personal site is http://www.drewgihart.com. He regularly sneaks in tweet…
 
Alejandro Méndez's new boss, café-owner Federico Bolanos, is obsessed with one thing: training Alejandro to compete in the world's toughest barista competition. But can a country like El Salvador hold its own against prevailing champions like Australia and the United States? Federico is convinced they can — and inspires Alejandro to believe the sam…
 
After losing her hearing four years ago, Lisa uses her gorgeous Instagram Account to inspire home chefs, including those with disabilities from around the world, to share love with their home-cooked meals. Her courage, positive energy, and passion will touch your heart! Cooking speaks love, even if the ears can't hear.…
 
Matt Nightingale is a teacher, pastor, musician and spiritual director who left the evangelical church in 2016 when he moved into authenticity and chose to live as an out, gay man. Join us this week as he shares his story of faith, his journey with God throughout his life, and his experience of the patriarchial/misogynistic undergirding in the Chri…
 
in honor of allergies and brain fog Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 0′00″ Why Do I Cry by Margo Guryan on 27 Demos (Oglio Records) 2′03″ Scorpio Rising (instrumental) by Soccer Mommy on Clean (Fat Possum) 3′17″ Flash by Gauche on A People's History of Gauche (Self Released) 7′16″ On a Weekend by Haley Blais on sin…
 
COVID, COVID everywhere…jamming a swab up your own nose gives ya perspective…we’ll always need a Little Havana…immigrants, we get the job done…seriously how did we not ALREADY have a Walter Mercado documentary…let’s face it, we should all just wear capes nowadays…gender fluid before it was even a term…sometimes you need to take a chance on yourself…
 
Kevin Garcia is a digital pastor, creative mystic, public theologian and intuitive soul coach based in Atlanta, GA. After coming out in the fall of 2015 as a queer Christian, Kevin has reached thousands of individuals across the globe with messages of God’s unending love for all people. regardless of who they are, what they profess, or what they ac…
 
Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 0′00″ The Awkward Ones by Martha on Blisters In The Pit Of My Heart (Fortuna POP!) 3′18″ Plays For Pretty Baby by Zolof the Rock & Roll Destroyer on self-titled (ReIgnition Records) 5′22″ Even If It Kills Me by Motion City Soundtrack on Even If It Kills Me (Epitaph Records) 9′01″ Ho…
 
Maybe just don’t go around suing 17 year olds without basis…ok, maybe Sophia was a bit racist but not Rose…at the end of the day, we still believe in this country…anchoring a major network newscast, dale que tu puedes…look at us cross connecting our guests…maybe one day we’ll interview a First Lady…never take the press for granted…is there even a p…
 
We are thrilled to engage in a conversation this week with Myles Markham (him/their). Myles is a community organizer and advocate who understands how to navigate and interpret the conservative American religious landscape, especially as it pertains to LGBTQ, racial, and reproductive justice. During PRIDE month, we welcome Myles' voice. You can conn…
 
Vitamin D deficiency and surplus…es verdad, just be shirtless…whatever, bring on the aliens already…is there an expectation of privacy in public…carajo, ponte la mascara…these times call for more Mae West…it’s all about taking control of your story…bring yourself to every role and it becomes so much more…Dania was seriously the sweetest…ooooo Mae W…
 
In this special extended episode, author Derrick Barnes and illustrator Gordon C. James discuss their picture books CROWN and the upcoming I AM EVERY GOOD THING. This episode is sponsored by penguinclassroom.com. This episode is sponsored by Heinemann, and their professional book The Artful Read Aloud by Rebecca Bellingham.…
 
It’s time to learn about Juneteenth…slowly but surely we’re getting to democracy for everyone…yeah, we absolutely know which Britney statues should go where…oh, but we love and hate our Cuban people…the time is definitely now for these discussions…the media should be held accountable for representation…dear executives, trying something once for a w…
 
As more white people show up in the streets in a search for justice for black and brown bodies, their presence is oftentimes both welcomed and problematic. Stacey Patton reminds us that "while there is a long history of white participation in black freedom struggles, efforts to achieve substantive interracial solidarity are still plagued today by w…
 
In this special episode, we answer your most burning questions about the Duolingo Spanish Podcast! Listen as host and executive producer Martina Castro takes you behind the scenes of this one-of-a-kind podcast — with a little help from some friends. And for those listeners who asked about starting your own podcast (there were a lot of you!), Martin…
 
Author James Preller and illustrator Mary GrandPré take us behind the scenes of their haiku school story picture book, ALL WELCOME HERE. This episode is sponsored by Heinemann, and their professional book The Artful Read Aloud by Rebecca Bellingham. Additional music in this episode is by Butterfly Woke by Jeris (c) copyright 2020 Licensed under a C…
 
Nelly Furtado and a delicious caldero of frijoles negro…since when has this country ever celebrated losing…seriously, let’s get a Dolly flag going…sometimes you just gotta break it down to basics…mira que los racistas son metidos…taking tragedy and adding comedy is never easy…seriously, Chris’ mom is beyond adorable…specific = relatable…never stop …
 
This week Dr. Robyn and Anna dig deep into the work of the movement with activist Andre Henry. Andre is the program manager for the Racial Justice Institute at Evangelicals for Social Action and holds a B.A. in Practical Theology and an M.A. in Theology with an emphasis in Biblical Languages. He's passionate about music, faith, racial justice, and …
 
It’s just Ish for this mini-sode…dang technology making us lose our IG Live episode…we have to continue having conversations about social injustice and racism…special thanks to our guests Danell Leyva and Louis Aguirre…if you’ve been wanting to get one of our shirts, now your purchase will help donate to the NAACP…always be anti-racism…Theme Song: …
 
As we begin PRIDE month, we will be having conversations with queer folx who are doing liberation work in the world. We open this month with a conversation with activist, diversity trainer, and inclusion officer, Jessica Halem. Jessica is the LGBTQ Outreach and Engagement Director at Harvard Medical School and is responsible for the integration of …
 
Minneapolis is burning. Our black siblings are being murdered at rates that should mandate a systemic shift in collective thinking. And yet, racism remains the greatest sin of our generation and generations that have come before us. Dr. Robyn and Rev. Anna share their anger, sadness and lament in this important episode of the Activist Theology Podc…
 
Together after Corona…let’s face it, Willy Wonka was all about setting examples…finally, Kmart has people…heart attack vs indigestion…don’t be a Central Park Karen…acknowledge other people’s experiences…#georgefloyd…quien llama la policia on a party…maybe if Quibi aired It’s a Living…the perfect buttercreamTheme Song: Pero Let Me Freestyle, compose…
 
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