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The Latinx in Power podcast gives listeners insights and exposure to Latinx leaders around the globe and is available on all streaming platforms. The Latinx community is an ensemble of unique identities and backgrounds. And I love when we come together with our rich diversity of cultures, beliefs, and perspectives.
 
For me, navigating my intersectional identities has always been tricky. Growing up as a queer latinx, I found myself disheartened by the lack of representation in media and in my community. Yo Soy is my response to that lived experience. In this podcast, I sit down with other Latinx LGBTQ+ identifying individuals who share their stories, passions, and experiences with listeners. Yo Soy will amplify voices of the Latinx LGBTQ+ community and ensure that our stories get heard ahora y por siempre.
 
Cafe con Pam is the weekly podcast featuring fearless Latinx and People of Color that break barriers, change lives and make the world a better place while living in the US. Cafe con Pam is the platform where Latinx are able to share their stories and inspire one another through conversation of course while enjoying a fabulous cup of coffee.
 
The Latinx podcast where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma! Through Tamarindo, hosts Ana Sheila Victorino and Brenda Gonzalez use levity to inform, inspire, and impact our community. Join Brenda and Ana Sheila as they delve into discussions on identity, race, gender, representation, and life! Tamarindo is part of Luz Collective, a digital home for Latinas by Latinas. Find us at http://luzcollective.com
 
We are a Latinx Podcast, which specializes in platicas de psicoeducacion, therapy within the Latinx community, community activities, and social/cultural problemas within our communities; we will be utilizing pop culture and uplifting marginalized voices, specifically those of the Latinx and Afro-Latinx communities. The goal is to destigmatize the utilization of mental wellness resources and remedies. We hope to bring light to daily microaggressions that people of the Latinx communities navig ...
 
Studio Confessions is the brainchild of Luis Martin / The Art Engineer. The artist uses the podcast to share his firsthand experiences of being an emerging artist and sharing a POC’s POV. With over twenty years experience as an artist, curator and museum educator, Martín leverages his curiosity, ambition and pop psych wit to deliver biweekly conversations and monologues you’ll want to listen in on.
 
Café con Chisme is a Latinx podcast created and hosted by siblings Yaz + Seb. We see chisme as a tool and practice for social justice—inspired by the mujeres and femmes who raised us and taught us how to be fierce, tell a good story, and speak truth to power—all with a little laughter. Join us as we take on cultural critiques of race, politics, and pop culture—to imagine new possibilities and more just worlds.
 
Learn how to live a life of fullness and how to recover your emotional harmony with Dr Carmen Roman. She will share with you current psychology by sharing herself and interviewing experts who will inspire you. Living in harmony is possible if you know the psychological effects of your emotions and how to handle them. Subscribe in Apple podcast or visit www.EmotionsinHarmony.org ESPAÑOL Aprende como vivir en plenitud y como recuperar tu salud emocional con la Dra. Carmen Román. Ella compartir ...
 
Two Bitter Brown Femmes, run their mouths on matters impacting marginalized communities today, with an emphasis on LGBT, Latinx/Chicanx, and women's issues. Living by the motto: "Dismantling Sh!t While Talking Sh!t!" Support Us On: http://patreon.com/BitterBrownFemmes Book Us At: http://BitterBrownFemmesPodcast.com/Bookings Bitter Brown Femmes is hosted by Cassandra Alicia (Xicanisma_) and Rubén Angel (Queer Xicano Chisme). Rubén also serves as producer and webmaster.
 
Ladies who banter. Ladies who bochinchan. Ladies who bronché. bronché (v): spanglish word for brunch. A podcast from the creators of Shit Spanish Girls Say bringing the New York Latinx voice into spaces where their perspective is often overshadowed Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bronche/support
 
Every weekday, TED Talks Daily brings you the latest talks in audio. Join host and journalist Elise Hu for thought-provoking ideas on every subject imaginable — from Artificial Intelligence to Zoology, and everything in between — given by the world's leading thinkers and creators. With TED Talks Daily, find some space in your day to change your perspectives, ignite your curiosity, and learn something new.
 
"Finding inspiration in the everyday." Life As I See It is a daily (60 Seconds...ish episodes) and weekly (longer format audio stories/musical episodes) public radio program and podcast. Each week we choose themes, topics, musical episodes, and audio stories that delve into a variety of stories that intrigue the mind. Jaime Roque also airs Life As I See It on alternate Tuesdays on KQBH 101.5 FM out of Los Angeles, Ca from 9pm-10pm, listen live on LPFM.LA or download the iOS app by searching ...
 
The Latin Babbler Show is a comedy podcast that entertains its listeners with humorous accounts of entertainment, world events, and lifestyle. Join Babbler and the crew as they laugh their way through the craziness of the world! Tune in and subscribe. Follow us on social media - Facebook, Instagram @latinbabblershow Facebook Group Community: The Latin Babbler Community.
 
Latinx On The Rise is a podcast focusing on conversations with high achieving Latinx movers and shakers. Under the current political climate, the Latinx community continue to be relegated by being told what and who they are with little space to share perspective of our own stories. From queer identity to Afro-Latinidad we are constantly reminded there is little room for our stories to reach the masses. Latinx On The Rise has changed that landscape with representation of all kinds of Latinx- ...
 
"A little birdy told me..." The Alliance of Latinx Theater Artists of Chicago exists as a nexus for the thriving landscape of Latinx theater artists in the Chicagoland area. This is the podcast for that community. We strive to be a resource to discover the people of the Latinx Theater Community, discover the work of those people, and to collect the stories and experiences of the Chicago Latinx Theater Community.
 
My goal is to help put people and their products, art, music, business, etc. on the map. Specifically Hispanic, Latinx, Indigenous(native Americans). I feel our culture has so much to offer, yet at times we lack representation. I’m not here to prove we’re better than anyone. Cause I don’t believe I’m better than anyone. I just want to showcase the kinds of things we’re capable of. These cathartic conversations would be an outlet where we can hear their stories. Their struggles. Their accompl ...
 
LatinX Point of View Podcast is brought to you by 2 LatinX individuals having great conversations on relevant topics through a cultural lens. On here we will talk about various topics and issues ranging from Entertainment, Culture, Business, Government and Social Justice. We hope that you’ll join us every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month for new episodes of LatinX Point of View.
 
A weekly media criticism podcast where two LA Latinx creators discuss tv shows and films created by or starring people of color. Taking matters of representation into our own hands! Hosted by Steph OH and Ruben Angel (Queer Xicano Chisme) For media inquiries and bookings, reach us at: espoilerspodcast [at] gmail [dot] com
 
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A historic number of Latinx voters participated in the 2020 US presidential election, including a record number of young people casting their ballots for the first time. Civic leader María Teresa Kumar takes a look at the issues closest to youth Latinx voters, including health care, climate equity and racial justice, and considers how this growing …
 
Conversation with Rosa Parra, a Chicana born and raised in East LA. Rosa became interested in films at a young age and just recently decided to become a film critic. She’s currently working towards her Bachelors's in Film and Media studies. Rosa's primary job aids in the medical field as she's a certified electron microscopist, that means a special…
 
En este episodio, tenemos una discusión introductoria sobre la salud mental de los padres con un enfoque en los padres maternos. Discutimos qué factores deben considerar los padres para su salud mental, los factores de riesgo para los padres latinos, como el estado migratorio o la aculturación, qué hacer si un padre necesita apoyo. Además, discutim…
 
Have you ever had a Michelada? If so, how fresh was it? Today's guests started Big Mich, a freshly squeezed and pressed Michelada mix company based in Chicago. Javi and Nathalie sought out to disrupt the mixed drink space and bring new life and flavors to the world of Micheladas. We will learn about what it takes to start a business, the struggles,…
 
In Latinx Art: Artists, Markets, and Politics (Duke UP, 2020), Arlene Dávila draws on numerous interviews with artists, dealers, and curators to explore the problem of visualizing Latinx art and artists. Providing an inside and critical look of the global contemporary art market, Dávila's book is at once an introduction to contemporary Latinx art a…
 
With just two days before Election Day, Latino Rebels Radio host Julio Ricardo Varela welcomes journalist and author Paola Ramos to talk about the 2020 Latino vote and her new book, FINDING LATINX: IN SEARCH OF THE VOICES REDEFINING LATINO IDENTITY. Ramos is a host and correspondent for VICE and VICE News, as well as a contributor to Telemundo News…
 
On episode 22 of LatinX Point of View Podcast we talk about "Culture Through Food." On this episode joining us is Karen Villella, Founding Dietian at The Health Method. In 30 minutes we discuss what food tells us about culture, dive into traditional dishes and talk about cultural pride in traditional dishes. Karen shares with us a bit about her bac…
 
This is part 1 of a 3 part series that will look at immigration from different lenses. This episode will discuss (undocumented) immigration with a focus on those who are black latinx, a group that is rarely acknowledged and missed in advocacy efforts. Esta es la primera parte de una serie de 3 partes que mirará la inmigración desde diferentes lente…
 
Connie Saldaña is a community worker at Mujeres Latinas En Acción in Chicago. Like many of us she was sent to work from home at the beginning of the pandemic with the idea it would only be a few weeks. Her husband, a laborer, was still going into work. He contracted Covid early in the pandemic and almost died. Subscribe: https://bit.ly/3hkZol2 Full…
 
Ellen Lamont's new book The Mating Game: How Gender Still Shapes How We Date (University of California Press, 2020) offers an in-depth analysis of how gender shapes dating practices. Despite enormous changes in patterns of dating and courtship in twenty-first-century America, contemporary understandings of romance and intimacy remain firmly rooted …
 
The politics of identity have played center stage in many political debates in the last few years, and is often seen somewhat pejoratively as an epiphenomenal manifestation of the dynamics of capitalism. Some scholars, however, see this as a reductive mistake, not just for any attempt to organize against capitalism, but also as part of a mistaken u…
 
Our election analysis continues by looking at the 32 percent of U.S. Latinos who, according to national exit polls, voted for Donald Trump—the incumbent who lost to Joe Biden. Latino Rebels Radio host Julio Ricardo Varela welcomes Giancarlo Sopo of the 2020 Trump campaign. During his time with the campaign, Giancarlo played a key role in messaging …
 
Acá entre nos - A Spanglish Podcast: Season 3, Episode 9: "Mental Health and Primera Generation "Tune in as your host has a conversation with mental health provider Kaelly Arellano as she speaks to us of her work with first get individuals and how to support those you know of this population who are dealing with mental health and/or how to seek hel…
 
Rudy Leyvas shares with us his struggles, what motivates him to keep going everyday, and why he's always so willing to give back. Keep up with Rudy on Social Media Instagram: @rudyleyvas Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leyvasphotography 🎙Host: Jesse Ruiz Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aztecwarrio... Follow us on Instagram to keep up with t…
 
Listeners, this week we have a conversation with Vanessa Codorniu. Since the start of shelter-in-place, Vanessa has been dedicated to serving her bilingual audience. She is hosting free Monday Night Healing Circles and has certified nearly 100 new reiki practitioners virtually (at a pay what you can price) since quarantine began, empowering therapi…
 
Amy C. Waninger chats with Celia Daniels, an Asian Indian trans woman of color who serves as an executive board member at TransCanWork, Inc., on this installment of our See It to Be It series. Check the links in the show notes to connect with Celia, find out more about TransCanWork, and listen to her song! Struggling with your Diversity, Equity & I…
 
How can we help a child during adolescence? Once a child passes the first two stages of adolescence, things get very different and some parents even find it more difficult to guide and help their kids in these two final stages of adolescence. In this episode, we bring you the part two of the interview with Dr. Carl Pickhardt where he explains the t…
 
I give quick insight into the numerology of 2021 and how it will likely influence the collective. We will go from desiring something that seemed unattainable in (what 2020 feels like), to realizing it is possible in 2021! The Freedom we have been seeking is a timeline we can create. I also share my recommended crystal stone for your zodiac sign bas…
 
In April 2020, epidemiologist-in-training Sophie Rose volunteered to be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19. As a young, healthy adult, she's offering to take part in a human challenge trial, a study where participants are intentionally exposed to SARS-CoV-2 to test vaccines and gather critical data. Explaining how challenge trials could s…
 
Over 250,000 people have died of COVID-19 in the United States. The acting Defense Secretary announces American troop withdrawals in Afghanistan and Iraq. We got to all that plus a lot more, as we covered the top stories from this week in the news. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have quest…
 
In India, the practice of jugaad—finding workarounds or hacks to solve problems—emerged out of subaltern strategies of negotiating poverty, discrimination, and violence but is now celebrated in management literature as a disruptive innovation. In Jugaad Time: The Ecologies of Everyday Hacking in India (Duke UP, 2019) Amit S. Rai explores how jugaad…
 
How did public demand shape education in the 20th century? In The Crisis of the Meritocracy: Britain’s Transition to Mass Education since the Second World War (Oxford UP, 2020), Peter Mandler, Professor of Modern Cultural History at the University of Cambridge, charts the history of schools, colleges, and universities. The book charts the tension b…
 
When are borders justified? Who has a right to control them? Where should they be drawn? Today people think of borders as an island's shores. Just as beaches delimit a castaway's realm, so borders define the edges of a territory, occupied by a unified people, to whom the land legitimately belongs. Hence a territory is legitimate only if it belongs …
 
It is often assumed that creative people are prone to psychological instability, and that this explains apparent associations between cultural production and mental health problems. In their detailed study of recording and performing artists in the British music industry, Sally Anne Gross and George Musgrave turn this view on its head. By listening…
 
"It brings joy to my heart," says Kansas Representative Sharice Davids about the historic number of elected Native candidates this election. "I think more native folks in congress is going to mean the education of Native issues among our colleagues is going to be increased." Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe …
 
On a mission to create a hunger-free world, agricultural entrepreneur Cedric Habiyaremye makes the case for cultivating quinoa -- and other versatile, nutrient-rich grains -- in places experiencing malnutrition, like his native Rwanda. He shares a model to help smallholder farmers across Africa diversify their fields with nutritious and indigenous …
 
In Diners, Dudes, and Diets: How Gender and Power Collide in Food Media and Culture (UNC Press, 2020), Emily Contois argues that the figure of The Dude was invented (or perhaps only capitalized on) by marketing and advertising firms to combat “gender contamination” and sell what may be perceived as “feminine” foods to men. Contois suggests that thi…
 
Alex is an award-winning community leader and social impact entrepreneur. Through community engagement and content and event production he has built Silicon Valley Latino LLC. SVL focuses on empowering and engaging the Latino community and works closely with Tech companies in the area. You can learn more about Alex and his work and connect with him…
 
In the past week, Peru witnessed a political crisis that saw presidents step down from office, violence that led to the death of two protesters and a continued movement that is demanding for accountability. For this bilingual (sí, bilingüe) episode of Latino Rebels Radio, host Julio Ricardo Varela welcomes two Peruvian journalists to share the late…
 
Feeling like you can't trust the polls again? We talked about the perks and perils of political polling with The Marist Institute for Public Opinion's Lee Miringoff, HuffPo's Ariel Edwards-Levy and Gallup's Mohamed Younis. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @…
 
An effective COVID-19 vaccine is just the first step in ending the pandemic, says global health strategist Johanna Benesty. In this illuminating talk, she explores the various barriers to "equitable access" -- making sure COVID-19 therapeutics are available to all -- and shares a creative approach to research and development that could ensure vacci…
 
In this special edition Peruvian Coup episode, LeRoy interviews his good friend Robert who lives in Lima and has participated in the mass protests and mobilizations that popped off after Manuel Merino's congressional coup. From Presidential suicide to systemic corruption to police murder, the homies navigate the complex reality of Peruvian society …
 
Cuban resourcefulness is on full display in Cuban Hustle: Culture, Politics, Everyday Life (Duke 2020), as sociologist Sujatha Fernandes presents an array of strategies not just for survival but for the invention of expressive practices and community-building spaces. Enduring years of Special Period economics and a transition away from Fidel Castro…
 
Over the nearly two decades that they have each been conducting fieldwork in the Arabian Peninsula, Ahmed Kanna, Amélie Le Renard, and Neha Vora have regularly encountered exoticizing and exceptionalist discourses about the region and its people, political systems, and prevalent cultural practices. These persistent encounters became the springboard…
 
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has pushed many of us to reflect on what’s most important. It’s no surprise that in 2020 many of us have had to reset personal goals and adjust to a world with many uncertainties. As we close out the last episode of this season of Tamarindo and start to think of a new post-Trump era, we know many of you are doing in…
 
Are you canceling your Thanksgiving plans? If you are, you're not alone. After a massive surge in coronavirus cases, getting together is becoming even more risky. We talked about what to do during an upcoming holiday season like no other. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find…
 
Zach sits down with DEI consultant Jillian Hubbard to talk about the current landscape of corporate D&I and the systemic ways organizations and institutions need to shift to create equitable and inclusive cultures. Check the links in the show notes to connect with Jillian and to find out more about the organizations she shouted out! Struggling with…
 
Representations of Poverty and Place: Using Geographical Text Analysis to Understand Discourse (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019) explores a novel methodological approach which combines analytical techniques from linguistics and geography to bring fresh insights to the study of poverty. Using Geographical Text Analysis, the authors - Laura Paterson and Ian…
 
We've made it, y'all! We've begun the final season of Buffy! Ian Carlos Crawford is joined by cohost Anthony Oliveira to talk the Buffy season 7 premiere with guests from back when this podcast was recorded on one mic in a kitchen in Brooklyn - JE Reich, Carly Lane, and Nic Gitau Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Slayerfestx98/ Follow us on Twi…
 
The SAP crew discusses the horror of jury duty during the pandemic. Later on, Angel Aviles joins the chat to open up about her career trajectory from dropping out of college to acting in Mi Vida Loca, Desperado, and more. She also shares some tidbits on what to expect from her new book, Too Happy To Be Sad Girl. Learn more here: https://toohappytob…
 
India has a historic opportunity to power its industrialization with clean energy -- and its energy choices will make or break the world's fight against climate change, says clean energy executive, physicist and author Varun Sivaram. Bringing on-the-ground experience as CTO of India's largest renewable energy company, Sivaram proposes a plan for In…
 
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