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LatinXYZ

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LatinXYZ

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Clemencia Herrera and Cecilia del Cid, two latinas in the political advertising and social justice space, navigate the choppy waters US politics and the Latinx community are currently in. With an intimate and “ocurrente” style they spill the tea on the culture, life and socioeconomic issues that have been in the blind spot for too long.Episodes coming every Monday.
 
[Draws in Spanish] showcases noteworthy Latinx visual artists, exploring their creative journeys and how they got to where they are today. Host and Chilean-American illustrator, Fabiola Lara, brings humor and empathy to the conversation, uncovering how the artist’s culture and Latinx identity informs their artwork. Whether you’re just starting your creative career or looking to discover the next big name in visual art, join Fabiola as she chats in English with artists who draw in Spanish.
 
A show about the people, places, and things that make Los Angeles an extraordinary place to call home. Told through the lens of the multi-faceted LatinX experience by two native Angelenos, Gabby and Lucio. Intro song: Original track by Palomo. Cumbia Fever resident DJ and LA producer. Polo Plays guitar on this song. Percussion and accordion by Sergio Segura, L.A.-based musician/percussionist.
 
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Latinx Therapy

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Latinx Therapy

Adriana Alejandre, LMFT | Conversations about Mental Health Myths and Welln

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Break the stigma of mental health as it relates to the Latinx community. Learn self-help techniques, how to support ourselves or those around us that struggle with mental illnesses and create cultural competency for other providers working with the Latinx population.
 
Bienvenidos and welcome to Weird Latinx Podcast! My name is Aly Miles and I want to take you on a strange journey through the THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NOCHE: true crime, the paranormal, urban legends, supernatural phenomena, and other weirdness from Latin America and the Latinx diaspora. Come along with us and creep it weird.
 
Latinx Greek Life is a FyP podcast. A safe space for Latinx folks to talk about topics such as Greek Life, the college experience, culture, tradition, community, career, mental health, and much more. This podcast is geared towards those students of color pursuing their academic, personal, and career goals. It talks about challenges, advice, and experiences from the participants. Gracias Mi Gente 💯 Perez The Advisor Website: https://lnk.bio/ThePerez
 
We believe that by sharing LatinX stories we can help dissolve cultural bias and stigmas presented by mainstream medias. Through this podcast we aim to create a space where we can share who we are, where we are and how we got here. We also encourage LatinX individuals to be involved in their community, educate our audience against LatinX stereotypes in order to help understand our culture and assist in engaging LatinX culture in our every day surroundings. We aim to share these journeys. Enc ...
 
This is the Therapy For Latinx Podcast. I decided to start this podcast for Latinx to be able to tell their own mental health stories. I don’t believe anyone is voiceless, but I do know that not everyone has access to a platform where they can tell their story. Together we'll learn how other Latinx navigate their mental health, what resources are available through mental health organizations, and what practical tools we can use to manage our own mental health.
 
This is the Latinx Mental Health Podcast where we talk to therapists, researchers, artists, activists, and students about their experiences in the intersections of mental health and Latinx identity. In each interview we aim to connect through our voices, our struggles, and our triumphs as we sample a different herbal tea just like abuela used to make.
 
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us. Let's get real, queer, talk about religion, our upbringings, and all the things that make us who we are. Who are we beyond labels and representation in media and politics? Please join me while I get to know people's stories of resilience, passion, and perseverance despite all odds. Follow me on Instagram and Facebook @thelatinxidentityprojectIf you like what you hear, be sure to leave a review and subscribe t ...
 
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- ...
 
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.
 
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Latinx Voices Unveiled

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Latinx Voices Unveiled

UNLV Special Collections and Archives

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Preserving and sharing the life stories of Southern Nevada’s Latinx residents are important because these individuals and communities have played a significant role in our region’s history but are underrepresented in our historical record. Today, approximately 29% of Southern Nevada’s residents and more than 25% of UNLV’s student body are Latinx. Many Latinx residents have greatly influenced the progress of our educational system, multiple business sectors, politics, and cultural life in Sou ...
 
"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 Latinx Life, is an exploration of my journey to learn, educate, and highlight Latinx, BIPOC, marginalized leaders in a comfortable setting similar to your mom’s kitchen. We will explore passion projects, community movements, intersectionality, culture, history, and mental health all with a leadership lens. An overarching theme and topic will be relationships how we build them, foster growth, and when to step away since interactions are built on some type of relationship.I invite you to jo ...
 
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In this episode, I chat with Argentinean illustrator, writer, and comic artist Eugenia Viti. Eugenia lives in Chicago with her husband and toddler, while working as an artist and a part-time HR rep. She's been published in The New Yorker and is the author of Be Pregnant: An Illustrated Companion for Moms-to-Be. I'm so excited for this conversation,…
 
Hot summer huh? Well, farmworkers around the US, a grand majority Latinx, are feeling the heat, with fatal results. Many of us tend to brush off the consequences of climate change, but the reality is this is just the beginning, and it's a symptom of many more things to come that will affect all of us. To discuss the consequences and action points o…
 
In this episode, I chat with Salvadoran illustrator So Lazo. So is an Illustrator and tattoo artist from tiny, tropical El Salvador who immigrated to Berlin, Germany in 2021. They're also the author of two illustrated books and have had their own brand of illustrated products available on Etsy since 2016. I'm really excited to have So on the show, …
 
What does it mean to "belong" to a place? Is it defined by you? or the people around you? This question has been asked consciously and unconsciously by many Latinx in the US, whether they're immigrants or American-born. We explore the topic of belonging with someone who has looked at it from academic and personal angles - Natalia Molina, award-winn…
 
When Latinas sit at the table, decisions are made with equity and justice in mind. But don't take our word for it, special guests Helen Torres from HOPE (Hispanas Organized for Political Equality and Cynthia Moreno from USC Equity Research Institute just published a report that proves it. So how can we get more of us at those tables? Maybe you'll b…
 
Karla Aguilar is a recent entrepreneur who left her tech job to launch her own body care brand. She's the founder of CLUBPIEL, a genderless and inclusive subscription based body care brand in Latam and in a previous life a senior strategic partnerships and business development manager in tech. In this episode we talked more about Karla’s journey en…
 
Isabel Gonzalez-Smith is a mother, doula, and the founder of Chicago Latina Moms. Isabel founded Chicago Latina Moms in the summer of 2014 when she was pregnant with her first son after struggling to find a community that didn’t automatically associate Latina motherhood with crisis and was determined to create a space for celebration, empowerment, …
 
The amazing Carmen talks about her life from her humble beginnings, the murder of her brother, and their move to Skokie from their beloved Humbolt Park for better opportunities but also meant leaving part of their culture, their language, and their loved ones. Her spirit and her words are uplifting and her journey was not easy, especially after bec…
 
Gabby and Lucio reflect on their childhood and teenage summer experiences in Los Angeles and make sense of the beauty of summer as aspiring adults. They discuss what makes an L.A. summer unique, culturally relevant, and joyous. Learn about how they navigated staying cool, made questionable teenage decisions, and wax poetic about their love for the …
 
In this episode, Rosa and Cat dive into THE Jennifer Lopez's select filmography including: "Out of Sight" (1998) "Enough" (2022) "Hustlers" (2019) Latinx Lens Recommends: "Anaconda" (1997) Save 10% on your order at Super Yaki with the code SUPERLATINXLENS at checkout: www.superyaki.com Please Rate, Review & Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts…
 
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the latinx identity project. This is a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us. I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes Today’s guest is Mario Chamorro, the founder and CEO of OYE, a venture backed and bilingual mental wellness platform set to go live in September 2022. Mario is from Colombia and …
 
In our introductory episode, we learn a little about Gabby & Lucio, how they met, and where, and how they grew up in Los Angeles. They compare and contrast their own experiences and discuss what it means to be LatinX, Mexican, and/or Angeleno. Finally, they preview future episode topics. Please join us as they explore all things LatinX and Angeleno…
 
Luis Fitch is a multidisciplinary creative director and designer at UNO Branding based out of Minneapolis but it all started in the Tijuana/San Diego area where his love for art started at a very young age. We talk about his journey of breaking barriers in the design and marketing sector and staying true to his roots by always adding "color, sabor …
 
Ep 49 This episode is a tribute to all the student affairs practitioners out there who went beyond the "other duties as assigned" at the start of COVID-19. Student Affairs practitioners had to pivot and find a way out of no way to offer support and resources to students, especially those most in need. None of you have been compensated enough for yo…
 
We are excited to release our first virtual episode, recorded in the spring of 2021. For this episode we talked with Krysta Gonzalez, actor, playwright, and voice-over artist, about the complexity of AfroLatinx identities, processing trauma though writing, and the interconnection of healing and creativity. creativity_healing_and_afrolatinx_identiti…
 
Today I speak to Mother Jones reporter Isabela Dias, about the Plyler v Doe Supreme Court Case that ruled all undocumented children should receive a public education. Governor Greg Abbott of Texas is challenging the ruling stating that the cost of educating undocumented students has become a burden. However, Texas has a terrible raking when it come…
 
In this episode, we start talking about some samples that are coming back and cultural phenomenons from 2003 that made our childhoods such as sampled songs, Belinda, Punk'd, and Disney popular shows. Remembering is living. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message:…
 
The numbers don't look good right now for Latinx's mental health. The division and hate that we've been experiencing are causing alarming rates of depression, anxiety, and fear for the future. In this episode we shed some light on the issues, talk about possible solutions, and of course - what we can do as a community to heal and move forward.…
 
Nuria Rivera is the President-elect for the National Association of Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP), the founder and owner of Novation Title Insurance Agency. LLC in Utah and a total badass! Today we chat about her life, her upbringing, her entrepreneurial spirit, and her obsession to achieve greatness in her life. We dive into a little word cal…
 
In this episode, Rosa and Catherine discuss Marvel Studios' "Moon Knight" limited series available on Disney Plus. Steven Grant (Oscar Isaac) discovers he's been granted the powers of an Egyptian moon god. But he soon finds out that these newfound powers can be both a blessing and a curse to his troubled life. Support us on Patreon! Save 10% on you…
 
A very personal and emotional episode for both of us, as we still grieve over the Uvalde, Buffalo, and the countless other mass shootings that have plagued our country. The odds of gun violence are not in our favor as Latinx, and we have much to lose. Here we'll discuss the many aspects of this very divisive subject, and what can we as regular citi…
 
In this episode, Rosa and Catherine are back with another retro review episode featuring: "Downton Abbey" (2019) Director: Michael Engler The beloved Crawleys and their intrepid staff prepare for the most important moment of their lives. A royal visit from the king and queen of England soon unleashes scandal, romance and intrigue and leaving the fu…
 
In this episode Rosa and Catherine are excited to introduce a new segment to the podcast - retro reviews from films that don't quite fit the normal Latinx Lens programming but have impacted their unique film lens. And what better way to introduce this than a double feature of an oldie, but goodie, "Top Gun" and the hotly anticipated sequel, "Top Gu…
 
Texas brings lots of stereotypes to people's minds, and in this episode, we'll be breaking some of them. Angelia Razo, the Texas State Director for Mi Familia Vota, a political action committee, will be bringing some facts about how Latinx live in Texas - from border towns to no-man lands, to legislation that affects them.…
 
In this episode Rosa and Catherine dive into Argentinian director Lucrecia Martel's select filmography including: "La Ciénaga" (2001) "The Headless Woman" (2008) "Zama" (2017) And Latinx Lens recommends: "Jauja" (2015) directed by Lisandro Alonso Support us on Patreon! Please Rate, Review & Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! And make sure t…
 
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project This is a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us. I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes In today’s episode we will get to know Natalia Molina, the author of a Place at the Nayarit and Distinguished Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity at the University of Sout…
 
In this episode, we talk about the mysteries around the Bermuda Triangle, the possible theories around the disappearances, and the lost city of Cuba. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wtflatinx/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.…
 
I took a step back from the podcast because I needed to reconsider whether I wanted to continue with it. Latinx excellence is something I really want to share but what if I myself don't feel excellent? School shootings are a part of the American culture, but does it have to be? When are we going to stop sending thoughts and prayers and start pushin…
 
Ep 48 It is with so much sorrow in my heart that I post this episode. I do not want to lose hope. The Black community in Buffalo deserves everything we have. The Taiwanese parishioners in Santa Ana deserve everything we have. The children and teachers who were murdered in Uvalde deserve everything we have. Every victim of gun violence deserves ever…
 
In this episode we will be discussing current changes in our careers and what it is like pursuing un-traditional careers such as design and podcasting, family influence and other motivators. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wtflatinx/mes…
 
Mental Health is still a taboo topic within our Latinx community and we want to help change that. The month of May is Mental Health Awareness Month and in this episode, our guest is Dr. Luis San Roman. He is a healer, he is a coach and his focus is to help others heal their childhood wounds and trauma and helps create breakthroughs to help his clie…
 
Sometimes one decision can completely change the trajectory of your life! That’s what happened to Natalia Cardona Puerta when she decided to follow her dreams of being an illustrator and uproot her life in Colombia. In this episode, I chat with Colombian illustrator Natalia Cardona Puerta who creates colorful and playful illustrations inspired by h…
 
Hello my beautiful people! In this episode we have our first ever guest. Where Carla, Alba and partially Josh talk about our recent victories in education and some challenges along the way.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wtflatinx/messa…
 
𝔽𝕆𝕌ℕ𝔻𝕀ℕ𝔾 𝔽𝔸𝕋ℍ𝔼ℝ Francisco Huerta is a man of advocacy, a leader, an educator, a builder, and an inspiration for his students, his family, his colleagues, his fraternal brothers, and for me.Born in Guanajuato, México, but raised in Salinas, Ca. - Francisco’s story is the example of someone who fights for his dreams & for what he believes in.As we ce…
 
In this episode, Latinx Lens review four theatrical releases including: - Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore - Ambulance - The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent - The Northman Support us on Patreon! Please Rate, Review & Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! And make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @latinxlens Follow Cat…
 
If you feel that running an online shop isn’t a solid long-term plan, today’s guest is about to blow your mind! In this episode, I chat with Cuban-American illustrator Danny Brito, who has run a successful and sustainable online shop for over a decade. Danny originally went to college for Graphic Design, but eventually dropped out to pursue illustr…
 
Milagros is one of the founders and a staple at 5 Rabbit Brewery, a cerveceria in Chicago. I saw her every time I was in the taproom enjoying beers with the flavors of the multicultural blanket of Latin America. She was born in Lima Peru but has traveled and lived in many parts of the world like Mexico, Costa Rica, and Brussels but made Chicago her…
 
Hi guys this episode was recorded October 2021. In this episode we discuss common cases of domestic violence by boxing champions that were on the news at the time.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wtflatinx/messageSupport this podcast: ht…
 
𝔻ℝ𝔸. 𝕊𝕌𝕊𝔸ℕ𝔸 𝕄𝕌Ñ𝕆ℤ is a leader within higher education paving the way for the rest of us. Her research focuses on, “research on issues of equity, identity, and campus climate for undocumented Latinx students, while employing perspectives such as legal violence, racist nativism, Chicana feminist epistemology to identify and deconstruct issues of powe…
 
In this episode, Latinx Lens shares Catherine's SXSW red carpet interview with the directors and select cast from "Everywhere Everything All At Once." You'll listen to interviews from: The Daniels Michelle Yeoh Ke Huy Quan Stephanie Hsu Support us on Patreon! Please Rate, Review & Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! And make sure to follow u…
 
In this episode, Rosa and Cat continue their SXSW 2022 coverage focusing on three television shows that premiered at the festival including: "DMZ" "Halo" "WeCrashed" Support us on Patreon! Please Rate, Review & Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! And make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @latinxlens Follow Catherine on Twitter and…
 
Did you ever feel like you didn’t fit in with the Latinx kids at your school? This week’s guest experienced just that after moving from Tijuana to San Diego for her Sophomore year of high school. In this episode, I chat with Mexican illustrator and designer Itzel Islas who’s worked with brands like Nickelodeon, GoFundMe, and for her own brand @YAYI…
 
En este episodio hablamos con Claudia Barfoot, consejera licenciada de salud mental. Conversamos sobre qué es la terapia de trabajo de sueño. Claudia nos explica cómo es que alguien puede especializarse en este tipo de terapia, que se puede esperar un cliente al recibir esta terapia y nos da ejemplos de algunos sueños comunes y su percepción de cua…
 
Ep47 What started as a way to gather to write at the start of the pandemic evolved into a shared sacred space among Central American and Isthmian writers who sought a space to tell their stories from the Isthmus. La Profesora talks with Eileen Galvez, Samantha Erskine, Bri Rodriguez, and Jessica Hoppe about how the CentAm Writers began and ways tha…
 
𝔽𝕆𝕌ℕ𝔻𝕀ℕ𝔾 𝕄𝕆𝕋ℍ𝔼ℝ Yolanda Natal-Santos becomes the next guest of the Latinx Greek Life podcast. It’s an honor to share her upbringings, her college experience, and what being a founding mother means to her. ••••Check out the video podcast via my social media platforms: Website: https://lnk.bio/ThePerez --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The e…
 
In this episode we speak with Claudia Barfoot who is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in New York and Colorado. We discuss what Dream Work Therapy is, how to become a therapist specializing in Dream Work, what clients can expect in this type of therapy, and Claudia provides an interesting viewpoint of dreams we may commonly experience. Follow our…
 
This week’s guest grew up drawing book covers and joining competitive reading bowls just for fun! In this episode, I chat with Afro-Colombian cartoonist and illustrator Arantza Peña Popo who’s created comics for publications such as The New Yorker, title slides for Cartoon Network, and editorial illustrations for Refinery29. Arantza and I talk abou…
 
Roll call for all progressive Latinx! Every election is important, but this one - where the house is hanging by a thread is specially important. In this episode Maria Martinez, who has dedicated her life to Latinx organizing at state and national level. She brings us her point of view of why we have historically been sitting out elections, what is …
 
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