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88 Miles Per Hour Podcast
Arachnophobia (1990)

88 Miles Per Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 77:12


Where does our DeLorean take us this week? It's a family revisit for this movie. Santos is joined by his wife and son to talk about the Killer Spider classic, Arachnophobia. All this and more before heading Back to the Future. Join two Chicanos as they hop in their Delorean and travel Back in Time to revisit the movies, music, and moments of their past. 

City Cast Denver
Identity, Resistance and Resilience at the Museo

City Cast Denver

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 16:43


It has been 500 years since the fall of Tenochtitlan, but the Spanish colonization of Mesoamerica still reverberates across the world today — including here in Denver, where Museo de las Americas is opening a new exhibition that explores that legacy. Smoking Mirrors: Visual Histories of Identity, Resistance and Resilience was curated by Chicano/a Murals of Colorado Project and features the work of more than 20 muralists and other artists from Colorado and New Mexico, including Emanuel Martínez, Nani Chacón, Gregg Deal, Ratha Sok, and more. City Cast Denver host Bree Davies talks with the show's curator, Lucha Martínez de Luna, about the importance of telling these stories of resistance, decolonization, and multi-dimensional identity through the work of artists who aren't always given their rightful space in a museum context.  Learn more about Smoking Mirrors: Visual Histories of Identity, Resistance and Resilience opening this Friday night via Museo de las Americas. For more with Lucha Martínez de Luna, do yourself a favor and revisit our episode about her work preserving the remaining Chicano murals around Denver: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-urgent-push-to-preserve-chicano-murals/id1557798162?i=1000518191869 Want more news in your inbox every weekday? Subscribe to our newsletter: https://denver.citycast.fm/newsletter/ Chat with us on Twitter: @citycastdenver

GenX Voice
From High School Teacher to University Professor

GenX Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 60:59


Dr. P, our millennial historian, is back to talk about how different it is to teach at a university rather than high school. He also explains the term LatinX and how he is inspiring a new generation to appreciate Chicano ideals.  Dr. P's first appearance on the podcast from season 1: The History of the Open Border Between USA and Mexico with Dr. P Dr. P's website: Nomadic Border Trailer for Dr. P's YouTube: Sasabe, Arizona: The Phantom Border Some items we discussed: The Hispanic Republican: The Shaping of an American Political Identity from Nixon to Trump Joe's most recent episode: History in the Classroom and the Generations Find GenX Voice on all the platforms by visiting the website GenX Voice or email me at trishthedish@genxvoice.com   

Healing Generations
Sergio Morales - Healing Begins Within

Healing Generations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 66:57


Join us as Cisco Gallardo and Sergio Morales discuss growing up as a gay, Chicano man in a heteronormative household, the importance of an affirming community, the responsibility of a spiritual practice, and the value of a multi-generational support system.For more on Mr. Morales's work, visit: https://www.nationalcompadresnetwork.orgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/healgenpodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/HealGenPodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Healing.Generations.Podcast

Misterios
El Último Peldaño (08/10/2021): Objetivo Marte, el destino final · Hombres de Negro, una verdad silenciada

Misterios

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 118:48


El último peldaño (08/10/2021) OBJETIVO MARTE, EL DESTINO FINAL El róver “Perseverance”, que llegó a Marte el 18 de febrero pasado, ha conseguido extraer en el cráter Jezero dos muestras de roca que serán el primer material que en un futuro viajará a la Tierra para ser estudiado. El análisis realizado por los instrumentos de a bordo del róver, apunta a un “entorno que pudo ser habitable en el pasado”, lo que una vez más refuerza la importancia del planeta rojo en la búsqueda de vida fuera de la Tierra. Con Antonio Salinas y Eva Maria Blanco, editores del canal de divulgación científica “Los dados de Einstein” y miembros de la Sociedad de Investigaciones Biofísicas de Granada, hablamos del futuro de la carrera espacial, el regreso a la Luna, y la exploración de Marte. LOS HOMBRES DE NEGRO, UNA VERDAD SILENCIADA El fenómeno OVNI está lleno de leyendas. Muchas de estas leyendas carecen de todo fundamento, otras sin embargo se sustentan en cierta casuística y algunos testimonios. Una de esas leyendas es la de “los hombres de negro”, personajes de apariencia siniestra, vestidos de “riguroso luto” que se han asociado siempre a teorías de la conspiración e, incluso, a la posibilidad de que se tratara de entidades no humanas que han amenazado o intimidado a los investigadores que “sabían demasiado”. Con la colaboración de Francisco Barrera, presidente de la Sociedad de Investigaciones Biofísicas de Granada, comenzamos una serie de espacios dedicados a analizar la historia, verdades y mitos de “los hombres de negro”. Con la colaboración de María J. Garnández y María Chicano. Dirección y presentación: Joaquín Abenza. Programa emitido en Onda Regional de Murcia.

Cafe con Pam Podcast
227 - Too Happy To Be A Sad Girl with Angel Aviles

Cafe con Pam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 69:57


Listeners, we're back this week with Angel Aviles.In the early 90s, Angel Aviles boldly decided to pursue her dream of becoming an actress. The Bronx native moved from New York City to Hollywood, and landed roles on projects with up-and-coming directors like Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez, Michael Patrick King, and many others. In 1993, she nabbed a starring role in the cult classic “Mi Vida Loca,” directed and written by award-winning filmmaker Allison Anders. Her big break in the role of “Sad Girl” cemented Aviles legacy in Chicano culture.Following her acting career, Aviles became an entrepreneur. Today, she is a transformational life coach, a motivational speaker, and an advocate for social justice, leading workshops and master classes and encouraging others to live their best lives.The former actress-turned-life coach is the author of “Too Happy to Be Sad Girl,” The title is a nod to Aviles' most famous role in “Mi Vida Loca.”“Mi Vida Loca,” centers around young Mexicanas and Latinas growing up in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. It offers a slice life and the everyday struggles for a group of Latino youth -- including their friendships, romantic entanglements, and  motherhood -- in a neighborhood ravaged by gang violence. For almost 30 years, the portrayal of “Sad Girl”  by Aviles in this classic film has become an iconic representation of both strength and vulnerability in Chicano culture. “Mi Vida Loca” is currently available for viewing on YouTube.In 2009, Aviles suffered from depression, anxiety, and panic attacks, which began her own journey of mental, physical, and spiritual wellness. Healed and happy, Aviles is proud to say that with years of therapy, she's no longer a “sad girl,” finding herself, her sanity, and most importantly, her purpose.“Too Happy to Be Sad Girl” offers readers some valuable techniques to reduce stress, improve communication, intensify focus and help individuals become more present. The book features heartfelt and sometimes comical anecdotes of understanding, offering readers the keys to the power of forgiveness, acceptance and love. Ultimately, “Too Happy To Be Sad Girl,” is an invitation for individuals to stay present, and have an active role in the celebration of their own life.Aviles facilitates dynamic workshops across the country, helping hundreds of people connect with their inner “chingona” – that is,  badass. At her company, Angel Awakened, Aviles and her team provide safe spaces for people to learn and share experiences that foster creativity, promote unity and inspire hope.When she's not at work, Aviles is a mom, a traveler, a volunteer, a tech evangelist, a food justice advocate, a mentor, a soulmate, a seeker, and, most importantly, a human being.During our conversation, we talked about:Growing up in NYC and moving to CaliforniaHer heritageChoosing to leave HollywoodWriting her bookNext steps in her life This  episode is brought to you by the 30 Day Tapping Challenge with PamI created the 30 Day Tapping Challenge because I know, like me, you have limiting beliefs holding you back and preventing you from moving to the next level. Those money stories reminding you why you're not worthy of an expensive pair of headphones, or that raise you know you deserve. Join me and let's tap for 30 days on these beliefs. Head over to tappingchallengewithpam.com Follow Angel on all things social:YouTubeWebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInTwitterToo Happy to be Sad Girl:WebsiteAmazonGoodreads Follow Cafe con Pam on all things socialInstagramFacebookhttp://cafeconpam.com/Join the FREE Cafe con Pam ChallengeIf you are a business owner, join us for Aligned MastermindLearn about PowerSistersSubscribe, rate, review, and share this episode with someone you love!And don't ever forget to Stay Shining! 

Chicano-ish
E 66 Chicano-ish Re-Shuffle

Chicano-ish

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 74:37


-Surprise guest Ramon from Chicano Shuffle and Latino Happy Hour -Ramon called Pops to shoot the shit while in traffic and we just rolled with it - -Chicano gate-keeper - -Foo's be lining up to hate !! - -Question from our new listener Pedro- -Believing in yourself - -Follow Chicano-ish on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/chicano_ish/ -Save 10% on Eastaza Coffee with this Link.—Support Raza owned businesses and get your caffeine buzz from the Homies at https://eastaza.com/discount/CHICANO

The Betches Sup Podcast
#568 We Love A Matriarch ft. Julian Castro

The Betches Sup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 46:56


Alise, Milly, and Amanda start with a quick update on the debt ceiling agreement before discussing Instagram's impact on teen girls. Then, Secretary Julian Castro joins us for a special interview tied to Hispanic Heritage Month. He shares the songs, stories, and sayings that defined his upbringing in Texas raised by a Chicano activist in San Antonio's Mexican-American community. The hosts share common Latine experiences that often get lost in the monolithic narrative, how they relate to Selena, and the most unusual things they found in their childhood refrigerators.

Nonprofit Nation with Julia Campbell
Digital Fundraising Tools for People-Powered Movements with Santiago Rosales

Nonprofit Nation with Julia Campbell

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 33:34


How can small nonprofits build a truly engaged following on digital channels? Do we need a huge team to manage this, and an even bigger budget?  And how can we strategically leverage digital tools to get younger generations involved in our work? In the latest episode of Nonprofit Nation, I sit down with Santiago Rosales of ActBlue for some real talk on how to build and run a flexible, inexpensive, and empowering digital fundraising program. We cover all things digital - advocacy, email, SMS, and social media. No stone left unturned!  Santiago Rosales is a queer, disabled Chicano from Houston, Texas who is grounded in the struggle for racial and economic justice. His organizing journey started at the University of Texas where he advocated to improve the experiences of students of color and first-generation students. After college, he worked at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities supporting state advocacy to protect and expand safety net programs. In 2020, he organized bilingual field, digital, and constituency organizing programs for campaigns in Houston and Austin, Texas. Santiago's focus at ActBlue is on supporting organizations that empower voters and fight voter suppression. Outside of work, he is a stay-at-home dad of several plantitas.  Here are some of the topics we discussed:Why diversity, equity, and inclusion work is not something to check off the To Do list - no matter your nonprofit missionThe 3 basic principles of digital fundraising (no matter the tool)What skills are required to run a successful digital fundraising program How to get younger people involved in your work, and grab their attention on social mediaA Santiago Rosales quotable: "Folks who invest in nonprofits who are small dollar donors really care about a lot of things and they view donating as part of their activism as part of their volunteering. And so if you can communicate how your organization is driving an impact, that goes a long way."Connect with Santiago:https://twitter.com/santiagorosal https://www.linkedin.com/in/santiagorosales/ActBlue: https://secure.actblue.com/abcharities  Do me a favor? Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts (or your podcast player of choice) - it helps this podcast get seen by more people that would enjoy it!About Julia Campbell, the host of the Nonprofit Nation podcast:Named as a top thought leader by Forbes and BizTech Magazine, Julia Campbell (she/hers) is an author, coach, and speaker on a mission to make the digital world a better place. She wrote her book, Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits, as a roadmap for social change agents who want to build movements using engaging digital storytelling techniques. Her second book, How to Build and Mobilize a Social Media Community for Your Nonprofit, was published in 2020 as a call-to-arms for mission-driven organizations to use the power of social media to build movements. Julia's online courses, webinars, and talks have helped hundreds of nonprofits make the shift to digital thinking and raise more money online. Clients include Mastercard, GoFundMe Charity, Meals on Wheels America, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. 

Misterios
El Último Peldaño (01/10/2021): El Misterioso crimen del Monte Säntis · Erupción en la Palma: la profecía de Meier

Misterios

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 120:03


El último peldaño (01/10/2021) LOS CABLES BIOLÓGICOS La naturaleza es una fuente de sorpresas que en ocasiones rozan el calificativo de increíbles. ¿Sabían que existen bacterias que tienen la capacidad de formar “cables microbianos” por los que puede circular la corriente eléctrica? La densidad de corriente que pueden conducir estos “cables biológicos” podría ser comparable en algunos casos al cableado doméstico. Esta propiedad podría desarrollar una “electrónica verde” donde los conductores serían biocompatibles y biodegradables. ¿Pero dónde está la clave para que este fenómeno eléctrico sea posible? Un reciente descubrimiento parece arrojar luz sobre la cuestión. Con nuestro colaborador Israel Ampuero, doctor en bioquímica, analizamos las claves de este descubrimiento y conocimos más sobre el funcionamiento eléctrico de las células, especialmente las del sistema nervioso. EL CRIMEN DEL MONTE SÄNTIS, CIEN ÑOS DE MISTERIO En monte Säntis se encuentra en la sierra de Alpstein de los Prealpes appenzelleses en Suiza. A su cima, situada a 2.502 metros sobre el nivel del mar, se puede acceder hoy en día cómodamente tomando el teleférico desde el paso de montaña de Schwägalp, pero hace 100 años no era tan fácil, había que llegar a pie ascendiendo por un abrupto paisaje intransitable en invierno. En ese lugar perdido fueron hallados en febrero de 1922 los cadáveres del guarda de la estación meteorológica existente en el pico y de su esposa. Un misterioso crimen que todavía hoy no ha sido resuelto por completo. María Chicano nos narró los detalles de este extraño suceso acaecido hace un siglo, que con el paso del tiempo se ha convertido en un enigma para la criminología. EL INFIERNO EN LA PALMA: LA PROFECÍA DE MEIER La espectacular erupción del volcán Cumbre Vieja, en la isla canaria de La Palma, mantiene atención de millones de personas en todo el mundo que desde han estado siguiendo su evolución desde el comienzo. Las imágenes que nos llegan de la TV Canaria sobrecogen, especialmente las del momento en que la lava se precipitó al mar. Como cada vez que surgen eventos de tal magnitud aparecen noticias sobre supuestos vaticinios que los predijeron. Ese es el caso de la profecía que sobre este volcán realizó el famoso “contactado” Billy Meier. Conectamos con el investigador y divulgador Alfonso Ferrer que desde las Islas Canarias nos habló de la situación que están viviendo en La Palma y de los interrogantes que plantea la evolución de los acontecimientos, así como de la profecía de Meier y otros misterios relacionados con la isla. Con la colaboración de María J. Garnández y María Chicano. Dirección y presentación: Joaquín Abenza Programa emitido en Onda Regional de Murcia.

365 Brothers - Every Day Black Men
Microsoft's William Adams Has Cracked The Code on Increasing Diversity in Tech

365 Brothers - Every Day Black Men

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 59:26


Originally from Placentia, California, William Adams went from the Barrio to Microsoft. He's funny, unstoppable and committed to equity in tech. He co-founded Microsoft's LEAP Apprenticeship program, increasing the percentage of women and people of color in tech. Just don't try to put him in narrow categories. Raised in a Chicano community, married to an East Indian and a practicing Muslim. What brings it all together? His huge heart. Favorite movie: The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. And his favorite song is U2's "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For." Favorite words: "If you're not on the steamroller, you're part of the road." Follow us on Instagram @365brothers and Facebook at 365BrothersThePodcast.  Interested in being a guest? Visit 365brothers.com. Check out Alitu for more ease editing, polishing and publishing your podcast. About this podcast: In each episode, a Brother reflects on his life; explores the experience of being a Black man in America; shares his interactions with law enforcement; and answers the signature question "If America was a woman, what would you say to her? You won't find a collection of conversations with Black men like this anywhere else. Hear their wisdom. Be inspired. Host, Rahbin Shyne, is an author, educator, creative and avid half-marathon walker.

The Level Up Latina Podcast
Putting YOU First with Special Guest: Actress Angel Aviles, Episode 121

The Level Up Latina Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 46:30


In the early 90s, Angel Aviles boldly decided to pursue her dream of becoming an actress. The Bronx native moved from New York City to Hollywood, and landed roles on projects with up-and-coming directors like Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez, Michael Patrick King, and many others. In 1993, she nabbed a starring role in the cult classic “Mi Vida Loca,” directed and written by award-winning filmmaker Allison Anders. Her big break in the role of “Sad Girl” cemented Aviles legacy in Chicano culture. Following her acting career, Aviles became an entrepreneur. Today, she is a transformational coach, a motivational speaker, and an advocate for social justice, leading workshops and masterclasses and encouraging others to live their best lives. The former actress-turned-life coach is the author of “Too Happy to Be Sad Girl,” The title is a nod to Aviles' most famous role in “Mi Vida Loca.” Today, she's dropping gems of knowledge and sentiments of healing! This show is going to FIRE you up! So, get ready as we prepare you to put YOU first, live authentically, and when needed, enjoy a guilt-free mental health day!!!

Drinks and a Movie
The Ring (1952)/ Tommy Kansas Special: Cazadores, Bacardi, Gin, & Ginger Beer

Drinks and a Movie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 59:14


In this weeks episode we take a look at a little known movie from 1952 called 'The Ring'. Here's the synopsis from IMDb: "A young American of Mexican decent in East Los Angeles, California uses the boxing ring to make a better life for himself and his family, and learns as much about being a Latino in a white society as he does about boxing."This is a great film that you can find on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WTiaMY8WSM&t=3753sFollow us on Instagram @drinksandamoviepod

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Love That Album 150: Steve Berlin of Los Lobo on New Album "Native Sons"

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 54:00


Anyone who's listened to the podcast for a while or hung around the LTA Facebook group long enough knows that my favourite working band is Los Lobos. You'd also possibly be aware that group saxophonist and keyboard player Steve Berlin has joined me on LTA in the past AND on See Hear.....well, Steve's baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack. Los Lobos have released a new album in 2021 called Native Sons. The fact that they (or any band) are able to record and release new music in lockdown is astonishing. As great as Louis Perez, David Hidalgo and Cesar Rosas are as songwriters, for this album, they are drawn to the music that influenced them along the way by heroes and peers specifically from Los Angeles....people like Lalo Guerrero, Jackson Browne, The Blasters, The Beach Boys, War and others. Steve and I speak about the role of these musicians in Los Lobos' development, Christmas music, working through Covid, the father of Chicano music, Ry Cooder, Tom Waits and a lot of other topics. Once again it was my privilege to have him back on the show – recorded 3 hours before Lobos were due to hit the stage!!! If you're in the US and are able to see Los Lobos live, DO IT. They put on wonderful shows, and you'll be supporting working musicians in this crazy time. You can check out their gig listings at loslobos.org Download this episode of LTA from Spotify, Stitcher or iTunes (search for “Love That Album podcast”)....or wherever you prefer getting your podcasts. Love That Album is proudly part of the Pantheon Podcast network. Go to http://pantheonpodcasts.com to check out all their great shows. You can send me feedback at rrrkitchen@yahoo.com.au (written or mp3 voicemail) or join the Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/lovethatalbum If you'd consider writing an iTunes review I'd be immensely grateful. However, it'd be even better if you told a friend about the podcast and Pantheon – at a barbecue, over coffee, on social media….whatever way you choose, consider me grateful.  Proudly Pantheon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

88 Miles Per Hour Podcast
Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004)

88 Miles Per Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 84:31


Where does our DeLorean take us this week? With Freddie missing out on Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, Santos makes this film the next revisit. We also talk about Disneyland and their crazy prices. All this and more before heading Back to the Future. Join two Chicanos as they hop in their Delorean and travel Back in Time to revisit the movies, music, and moments of their past. 

Billie Eilish Interview on Beats 1

Mister Cartoon talks about music and his journey as an artist tapping into a legacy of Chicano art, Mexican art, Latin American art (mashing up styles and themes from Mexican muralism, west-coast graffiti, lowrider and tattoo cultures, hand-drawn calligraphy and gothic lettering), and his start as a graffiti artist to becoming one of the most celebrated tattoo artists of our time.

Tacos of Texas
Chicanos & Chingonas on The Rise

Tacos of Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 30:53


2020 is the taco’s time to shine — and it’s the Chicanos, Latinx, Chingonas behind it all. In this episode, we’ll check in with the entrepreneurs who are behind some of Texas’s hottest food trends. We’ll also examine the ways in which these taqueros are working together to keep traditions alive and the culture as […]

Misterios
El Último Peldaño (24/09/2021): Misterio en el Monte Temuda · Llamadas imposibles ¿Señales del más allá?

Misterios

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 116:37


El último peldaño (24/09/2021) MISTERIO EN EL MONTE TEMUDA En septiembre de 1937, en plena Guerra Civil española, un avión Juncker 52 del Kampfgruppe K-88, integrado en la temida y famosa “Legión Cóndor”, se estrelló en las estribaciones del monteTemuda, entre las localidades cántabras de Santa María y san Miguel de Aguayo. En el siniestro fallecieron cuatro aviadores alemanes, dos sargentos y dos soldados. De aquel suceso quedan todavía como testigos los restos del motor del avión, situados sobre una peana, en la cuneta de la carretera que pasa por Santiurde de Reinosa. Veintitrés años depues, una noche, en el lugar del siniestro, un pastor se vio envuelto en una inusual niebla gélida y vivió una experiencia que le aterrorizó de por vida. Pero lo mas extraño es que el fenómeno vivido por aquel hombre fue experimentado por un matrimonio que decidió pasar la noche cerca del lugar hace apenas tres años... Hablamos con el escritor e investigador Francisco Renedo Carrandi, que acaba de publicar su obra “Cantabria sobrenatural”, donde recoge esta tremenda historia o otros muchos casos ocurridos en aquellas tierrras del norte, donde lo extraño parece estar mas cerca. LLAMADAS IMPOSIBLES ¿SEÑALES DEL MAS ALLÁ? Hace unos meses iniciábamos, sin proponérnoslo, una serie de espacios dedicados a experiencias sobre supuestas “señales del más allá” vividas por nuestros oyentes. A los canales de comunicación del programa empezaron a llegar testimonios sorprendentes de fenómenos que sus protagonistas asociaban a posibles mensajes del otro lado. En este programa tuvimos dos de esas historias que tienen en común el teléfono y la extrañeza de sus interlocutores. Hablamos con Chus Moreno que nos narró su experiencia cuando en 2017 sonó el teléfono y en la pantalla apareció el número de su padre fallecido y escuchamos la narración del caso de Araceli, una mujer que del mismo modo recibió otra llamada imposible, la de una amiga que también había muerto. Con la colaboración de María José Garnández y María Chicano. Dirección y presentación: Joaquín Abenza. Programa emitido en ONDA REGIONAL DE MURCIA.

Chicano-ish
E 64 Dunkin' Donuts LOL

Chicano-ish

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 64:53


-If she likes it , He loves it -We talk about Chisme -Beans talks about a cross dresser -Who we don't do this for !!! Thanks to Liz Alvizo for the Suggestion!!! -A Coworker (G-Bone)met a girl ,3 months into it she got her car repossessed ,He found out and is now having second thoughts of what to do .What should he do??? -Pops makes up a new swagged out Hip phrase ,Well kinda LOL-Beans getting a new place ,We talk about motivation and failure -Chicano shuffle guys refuse to get crocs bro ,Let's share our Opinion on Crocs https://www.instagram.com/chicano_ish/

Mark Levin Podcast
Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 9/23/21

Mark Levin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 114:31


On Thursday's Mark Levin Show, this program is sick and tired of racism pushed by Democrats. Whether it's Joy Reid, the Democrat Party, or the media. The left uses anti-white racism conveniently to pursue their own interests. The vast majority of this country are tolerant, fair people that see past skin color. They have redefined racism to only apply to a certain group, but not all bigots fueled by race-hatred. The left uses reparations as one more way to redistribute the wealth of others. Interestingly the border is flooded with people of color desperately trying to get into this nation that they call racist and white supremacist. Then, the media is the scum of the earth, they are frauds. Joy Reid is a bigoted hate-monger that promotes anti-white bias and she should be fired for her comments about "missing white woman syndrome." What's truly appalling about this leftwing ignorance syndrome is that Reid never uses her platform to help stop the slaughter of people of color in cities mainly run by Democrats. Later, Chicano studies have laid the foundation for Marxists that want to promote anti-white racism. So many journalists today espouse these Marxist beliefs and spread them. This is why they support erasing the border. Afterward, the New York Post, confirming what this program has discussed regarding President Biden's skirting of Medicare taxes, is reporting that Biden owes upwards of $500K in back taxes. Biden set up an S corporation in order to avoid paying payroll taxes as an employee.

Mark Levin Podcast
Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 9/23/21

Mark Levin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 114:31


On Thursday's Mark Levin Show, this program is sick and tired of racism pushed by Democrats. Whether it's Joy Reid, the Democrat Party, or the media. The left uses anti-white racism conveniently to pursue their own interests. The vast majority of this country are tolerant, fair people that see past skin color. They have redefined racism to only apply to a certain group, but not all bigots fueled by race-hatred. The left uses reparations as one more way to redistribute the wealth of others. Interestingly the border is flooded with people of color desperately trying to get into this nation that they call racist and white supremacist. Then, the media is the scum of the earth, they are frauds. Joy Reid is a bigoted hate-monger that promotes anti-white bias and she should be fired for her comments about "missing white woman syndrome." What's truly appalling about this leftwing ignorance syndrome is that Reid never uses her platform to help stop the slaughter of people of color in cities mainly run by Democrats. Later, Chicano studies have laid the foundation for Marxists that want to promote anti-white racism. So many journalists today espouse these Marxist beliefs and spread them. This is why they support erasing the border. Afterward, the New York Post, confirming what this program has discussed regarding President Biden's skirting of Medicare taxes, is reporting that Biden owes upwards of $500K in back taxes. Biden set up an S corporation in order to avoid paying payroll taxes as an employee.

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
Why Latinos hide their identities

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 31:43


Latinos have long hidden in plain sight in U.S. society. Some do it to lessen the racism they might face from non-Latinos. But there's another type of whitewashing that's even more disturbing. It's when Latinos downplay their distinct identities among themselves or suppress the visibility of fellow Latinos.Today we talk about the phenomenon of Latino erasure, who does it, why it happens and how it persists. We'll focus on Culture Clash, the pioneering Chicano comedy troupe. This summer, two of its members “came out” as Salvadoran, not Mexican. Our guests:  L.A. Times arts columnist Carolina A. Miranda and Culture Clash members Ric Salinas and Herbert Siguenza. More reading:Watch “The Salvi Chronicles”For me, being Latino means living between two worldsOp-Ed: Why did so few Latinos identify themselves as white in the 2020 census?

The Source
Latinx, Hispanic, Chicano/a: How And Why Do People Self-Identify?

The Source

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 41:28


Nearly two-thirds of San Antonio's population is Hispanic, indigenous or of Mexican descent. But there are 2.3 million people living in the Alamo City, and not all Latino and Hispanic populations use the same identifying terms. How do pan-ethnic labels reflect evolving cultural norms? What are the potential implications of the differences in how populations self-identify?

Let’s Go There with Shira & Ryan
9/20 Can Leisure Make You Happier

Let’s Go There with Shira & Ryan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 69:35


Shira is back from Alaska and we got no souvenirs, she's forgiven! On today's show, we discuss the new vaccine for children!  We get into gifting, should there be a limit on how much a friend should gifted you. Also, what's Latine and how is it different than Latinx, we break it down. Plus,  Tre'vell Anderson joined us to break down how the LGBTQ+ showed up at the Emmys and how the awards show continued to disappoint. Let's go there!    Special guests: Zach Montellaro - State politics reporter at POLITICO. Dr. Sharon Nachman - Chief of the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Stony Brook Children's Hospital. David Bowles - An award-winning queer Chicano writer, activist, and university professor. Cassie Mogilner Holmes - Professor at UCLA's Anderson School of Management. Tre'vell Anderson - Culture journalist. Editor and Podcaster of FANTI podcast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Radio Cachimbona
*UNLOCKED* Liminal Legality

Radio Cachimbona

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 44:21


On this *UNLOCKED* patreon episode, Yvette interviews UCLA Professor of Chicano/a Studies Leisy Abrego to discuss her book “Sacrificing Families: Navigating Laws, Labor, and Love Across Borders," where she unpacks emotional and economic inequalities between transnational families. As a Salvadoreña herself, Leisy shares how focusing on Salvadoran migration disrupts the narrative of single men cyclically migrating for seasonal work as Salvadoran women have historically migrated in equal numbers to men; how children experience parental separation on a specific visceral emotional level; and how the precarity and failures of Temporary Protected Status affected transnational parent/child relationships. To support Radio Cachimbona and receive full access to the back catalog of all patreon-exclusive episodes go here: https://www.patreon.com/radiocachimbona?fan_landing=true Follow @radiocachimbona on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

Radio La ventajosa
Cholos chicanos_ El Chulo

Radio La ventajosa

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 2:10


The Mega Man Podcast
Episode 210 - John Jacob Dimas

The Mega Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 73:57


Please Rate and Review on Apple Podcast to speak your mind of what you think of the Mega Man Podcast.This episode I interview TikTok sensation John Dimas from where he grew up at to him blowing up on TikTok doing movie skit of Chicano movies everyone.If you like this episode follow us on Intragram : John Jacob Dimas - @john_jacobdimas and the Mega Man Podcast : @themegamanpodcastpage .Thank you and have enjoyable day podcast listeners. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Practicing Polyamory Podcast
E.101 - Why Heritage & History Matters with Tavo Alcoser

Practicing Polyamory Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 34:04


Tavo Alcoser is the lead vocalist of the touring band Jarabe Mexicano, whose mission includes outreach to underserved communities promoting diversity and inclusivity. Tavo is also a Latin American Studies major, and with his help I've been able to dig deeper into my roots and heritage. In this episode, Tavo shares his experiences growing up as a transborder resident--living in Tijuana, Mexico, and going to school in San Diego. He talks about why, despite living south of the border, he didn't learn Spanish until his high school years and even when he did, it was European Spanish, not Mexican! Tavo talks about his dual identity as a Mexican-American, and how San Diego felt like home for the majority of his early life, and how that changed in later years. We get to dive deep into what it means to be Chicano, and how we each had struggles when trying to find where we belong in the decolonization movement of Chicano culture. This is such a deep and personally meaningful episode, and I want to give a huge shoutout and thank you to Tavo, whose insight has helped me connect deeper with my Mexican roots as I work to create the most inclusive community I can here on the pod! Learn more about Tavo at www.jarabemexicano.com and follow him on FB: @TavoAlcoserPerformingArtist ! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/practicingpolya/support

ChicanoCast
ChicanoCast #66 - Chicano Heritage Month - A Huevo!

ChicanoCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 19:03


That hyphen in the phrase “Mexican-American” may look small, but it's actually a vast landscape of culture and identity, that hyphen is us, CHICANOS. Brought to you by My Grito Industries. Music by Tiarra Girls.

Free Library Podcast
Sandra Cisneros | Martita, I Remember You/Martita, te recuerdo

Free Library Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 61:50


In conversation with Luis J. Rodríguez "Not only a gifted writer, but an absolutely essential one" (The New York Times Book Review), Sandra Cisneros explores the themes of place, identity, and working-class culture in her novels, poems, and short stories. Her bestselling books include The House on Mango Street, Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories, and Loose Woman. She is the recipient of the National Medal of Arts, the PEN/Nabokov Award for Achievement in International Literature, and numerous fellowships and honorary doctorates, among other honors. Cisneros is also the founder of the Macondo Foundation and the Alfredo Cisneros del Moral Foundation, nonprofit organizations dedicated to encouraging emerging writers. Martita, I Remember You/Martita, te recuerdo is a story about a young woman who leaves her Mexican family in Chicago to find literary success in Paris. A significant figure in Chicano literature, Luis J. Rodríguez is a poet, novelist, critic, and journalist. He is the founder of the Tia Chucha Press, the recipient of the Carl Sandberg Literary Award, and was the 2014 Los Angeles Poet Laureate. (recorded 9/14/2021)

88 Miles Per Hour Podcast
The Matrix 4, missing chips, and 9/11

88 Miles Per Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 86:01


Where does our DeLorean take us this week? Freddie and Santos let the conversation take over. They planned to revist a movie but instead spent over and hour talking about the New Matrix trailer, practical effects, sweaty pants, missing chips, bent pizza, rollercoasters, and we remember what we were doing on 9/11. All this and more before heading Back to the Future. Join two Chicanos as they hop in their Delorean and travel Back in Time to revisit the movies, music, and moments of their past. 

OMG Hi! with George Lopez Podcast
Ep. 29 OMG Hi A Chicano In A Think Tank- with Ana Navarro

OMG Hi! with George Lopez Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 92:03


George is joined by political strategist and Emmy-winning TV host Ana Navarro as they talk about everything from the definition of success, to early-onset dementia, to losing fans for one's political beliefs, to the hottest takes about the Capitol Insurrection. Join the 2 million men worldwide using Manscaped by going to MANSCAPED.COM for 20% off + free shipping with the code OMGHI.  Podcast favorite Gil Carrillo and producer Grant Lease also join. OMG, Hi! is a weekly podcast with George Lopez featuring surprise celebrity guests, listener call-ins, stories of George's haunted house, hot takes, and more. Leave a voicemail: (818) 533-1843. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/SubscribeToATC See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Misterios
El Último Peldaño (10/09/2021): La Casa de Verges · 20 Aniversario del 11-S: la conexión Murcia

Misterios

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 120:51


El Último Peldaño (10/09/2021): La Casa de Verges · 20 Aniversario del 11-S: la conexión Murcia · Resultados de la Gran Noche de los OVNIs 2021. El último peldaño (10/09/2021) LA CASA DE VERGES: FENÓMENOS EXTRAÑOS DONDE LA MUERTE DANZA Durante más de una década una familia que pasaba sus vacaciones cada verano en un viejo caserón de la localidad de Verges (Girona) fue testigo de sucesos extraños que acontecían cada vez que habitaban el inmueble. Presencias, resplandores inexplicables, sonidos extraños, lamentos, apariciones, olores desagradables, visiones, comportamiento inquietante en animales, anomalías en las instalaciones. Todo un conjunto de fenómenos inexplicables que podrían conformar un poltergeist. Hablamos con Marta Fontana, miembro de la familia que vivió aquella historia, que tras una intensa investigación ha recogido la experiencia en un libro titulado “La Casa de Verges”. En este programa nos narra lo que sucedió y los descubrimientos posteriores. 20 ANIVERSARIO 11-S Y LA CONEXIÓN MURCIA A las 8.46h, hora de Nueva York, del 11 de septiembre de 2001, el Boeing 767-223 de American Airlines se estrellaba contra la Torre Norte del complejo del World Trade Center. Todas las televisiones del mundo interrumpieron sus programaciones para transmitir las imágenes de la noticia, por lo que 17 minutos mas tarde los ojos del mundo pudieron contemplar como otro Boeing, ahora el 767-200 de United Airlines se impactaba estallando contra la Torre Sur. Al poco rato las Torres Gemelas se desmoronaban, 3000 personas morían y el mundo cambiaba para siempre. Dos años y medio después se llevó a cabo en Murcia y Torrevieja un operativo que acaba con la detección los sospechosos de confeccionar los pasaportes falsos que permitieron a los integrantes de la “célula de Hamburgo” entrar en Estados Unidos. Cuando se cumplen 20 años de aquella tragedia cuyas consecuencias todavía hoy sufrimos, recordamos el caso y “la conexión Murcia” con María Chicano. RESULTADOS DE LA GRAN NOCHE DE LOS OVNIS 2021 El pasado 30 de julio cerrábamos la temporada con la noche más esperada en la que juntos miramos al cielo a la búsqueda de objetos voladores no identificados. Radioaficionados, investigadores, expertos y aficionados al misterio de la ufologia se dieron cita en la XXXI Gran Noche de los OVNIs, y volvió a producirse la aventura de la radio. Con Antonio Tapia, Francisco Barrera, David Ruiz, Isabel Pagan y Ángel Jiménez, analizamos los resultados de la pasada “Alerta OVNI”, los avistamientos, incidencias, invitados y sus contenidos. http://elultimopeldano.blogspot.com/2021/07/la-gran-noche-de-los-ovnis-2021-xxxi.html Con la colaboración de María José Garnández y María Chicano. Dirección y presentación: Joaquín Abenza. Programa emitido en ONDA REGIONAL DE MURCIA.

19Stories
19Stories: Episode 28 Jorge Antonio Renaud

19Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 52:57


Please be advised that this episode discusses sensitive material regarding sexual assault which may be a trigger for some people & therefore not suitable for all listeners. My guest , Jorge Antonio Renaud is the National Criminal Justice Director for Latino Justice, formerly known as the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund,  a New York-based national civil rights organization with the goal of changing discriminatory practices via advocacy and litigation. He has a BS in Psychology from Sam Houston State University; a Master of Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin; was the 2020 Poet in Residence for the Civil Rights Corps;  is the 2021 Writer in Residence for the Texas After Violence Project and Policy Analyst for the Texas Criminal Justice Coalition.   After being arrested at the age of 20, thrown into jail, then beaten and sexually assaulted, Jorge began a 32-year odyssey of addiction and robbery, spending 27 years in Texas prisons. Caged for the last time in 1991, Jorge was released in July of 2008. He is serving the rest of his 60-year sentence for robbery on parole. He is a prison abolitionist with one paramount tenet – no human is disposable.  Listen in to Jorge's remarkable story... You may contact Jorge at: Business email Address: jrenaud@latinojustice.org   Business website: LatinoJustice.org Email: jrenaud@latinojustice.org LatinoJustice PRLDEF (FB)  @latinojustice (Twitter) As always, if you liked this or any other episode of 19Stories, please like, share or leave me a recorded message on the podcast page of my website: www.soundsatchelstudios.com  

HealthCare UnTold
Maria Elena de la Garza, Executive Director of the Community Action Board of Santa Cruz County, Inc. (CAB)

HealthCare UnTold

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 42:03


Born and raised in Watsonville, I bring more than 30 years of nonprofit experience to my work  as the executive director of the Community Action Board (CAB) of Santa Cruz County, Inc.  (CAB). I stand on the values of equity, humility, and service to lead the agency to expand  services, strengthen community engagement, become culturally reflective, and experience  significant fiscal growth.  As a public speaker on local, statewide and national platforms, I strive to amplify the voices of  immigrants, Latinx families, and those impacted by poverty. Grounded in my mother's dichos  (teachings), I advocate for services that cultivate a sense of belonging. El dicho, “Cada quien pone su granito de arena” (every person contributes their little grain of sand), has fueled me to  build networks and teams that focus on cultural respect and make a difference in the lives of  others. Among the organizations where I have held leadership or board roles are Janus of  Santa Cruz, Mexican American Community Services Agency, CALCapa Community Action  Association, Conflict Resolution Center, Workforce Investment Board, Mercantile Mexicana,  Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds, Moreland Notre Dame, and Barrios Unidos. I hold a dual BA degree in psychology and Chicano studies from Scripps College in Claremont,  California, with extensive leadership development including the Bank of America National  Leadership program, United Way Leadership for Community Transformation, and the Stanford  University Graduate School of Business School's Nonprofit Management Institute, and the  Gilroy Leadership Program. In 2018, I was the recipient of the prestigious UC-Santa Cruz Tony  Hill Memorial Award for my work in social justice. Most recently, I was honored for making a  difference in our community's pandemic response in an article, “21 for ‘21” by Lookout Santa  Cruz.  It is with deep gratitude that I share my accomplishments and invite you to explore, listen, and  learn from the voices that surround you— and decide where your little grain of sand would make  the most profound difference.María Elena de la Garza  Note: the correct phone for the Day Worker Center is (831) 475-9675

Practicing Polyamory Podcast
E.96 - My Connection to My Latinx Community with James Sias

Practicing Polyamory Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 32:33


In this continuing conversation around creating inclusive communities, I share my experiences of assimilation and rejection of my Mexican culture growing up. I tell the story of visiting Mexico as a kid, and my difficulty in taking pride in my Mexican heritage based on my perception of the country, specifically what I saw in the "dirty" border town of Tijuana. I talk about learning Spanish before English, and being placed in the ESL class in early childhood, despite rejecting the language at home. At home, my dad taught us to reject the Chicano culture that he attributed to the Cholo (Mexican gangster) lifestyle. That Cholo stereotype is the one that is most often portrayed in the media, and it was the one that I was taught was wrong, or evil. I didn't want to be associated with it, and I learned to distance myself from it. After sharing my own history with my culture, I talk about how I am connected to it today. I share what I've come to realize about where I stand, including being one generation away from carrying an "illegal" status. Lastly I share my thoughts on what my life might be like had I been born in Mexico instead of here in the US, and my recognition of my privilege by living here. Hope you all are learning along with me, and that this helps us all to continue to create inclusive polyam communities! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/practicingpolya/support

ChicanoCast
ChicanoCast #65 - Raza Are We White?

ChicanoCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 26:51


That hyphen in the phrase “Mexican-American” may look small, but it's actually a vast landscape of culture and identity, that hyphen is me that hyphen is us, CHICANOS. Join me raza as we explore this rich and chingon place. Honesto. Dinámico. Irreverente. Ardiente. Proud to be part of the My Grito Industries label celebrating Chicano culture via música, arte, and pódcasts.

88 Miles Per Hour Podcast
Half Baked (1998)

88 Miles Per Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 90:01


Where does our DeLorean take us this week?We bring you one of the greatest stoner comedies from the '90s. The Dave Chappelle classic, Half Baked. Plus we have a new sponsor. Also some bonus content from The Brothers Bear Podcast. All this and more before heading Back to the Future. Join two Chicanos as they hop in their Delorean and travel Back in Time to revisit the movies, music, and moments of their past. 

By Any Means Necessary
Workers Fight Back Against the Violence of Capitalism

By Any Means Necessary

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 114:00


In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Malik, founder of the Concentration COVID movement to discuss the spread of COVID-19 in prisons and jails, how correctional officers have driven outbreaks of many diseases, including COVID-19, and the neglect of the safety and humanity of incarcerated people.In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Karl Grossman, an author, TV program host and professor of journalism at the State University of New York/College at Old Westbury to discuss the US pursuit of the weaponization of space, the importance of avoiding war in space, and how this fits into Washington's war drive.In the third segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Ernesto Ayala of La Raza Unida and Tele-Jaguar Chicano Media to discuss the anniversary of the Chicano moratorium against the Vietnam War, the police violence that protesters were met with, and the impact of that event on the Chicano movement.Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Monica Cruz, labor reporter with BreakThrough News to discuss the striking down of Prop 22, a California constitutional amendment which classifies gig workers such as uber drivers as independent contractors rather than employees, and its context in the growing resurgence of the labor movement, why the capitalist system is unable to mitigate the effects of climate change, and the critical nature of labor organizing as corporations make record profits while exploiting workers.

By Any Means Necessary
The Roots of Anti-Imperialism in the Chicano Movement

By Any Means Necessary

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 11:26


In this segment of By Any Means Necessary, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Ernesto Ayala of La Raza Unida and Tele-Jaguar Chicano Media to discuss the anniversary of the Chicano moratorium against the Vietnam War, the police violence that protesters were met with, and the impact of that event on the Chicano movement.

Purplish
Redistricting Highlights Challenges To Latino Representation

Purplish

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 16:47


Denver's Northside, historic home of the Chicano movement, has been getting whiter over the last decade. At the same time, some suburbs, like Commerce City, have seen their Latino populations increase. How Colorado's new political maps reflect these changes could have a big impact on the state's Latino representation.

City Cast Denver
Queer Cinema, UMS, and Lowriders

City Cast Denver

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 19:17


Since 2006, Keith Garcia has been curating films for Cinema Q, Denver's annual celebration of queer cinema. Garcia is the Artistic Director for the Sie FilmCenter and created the festival as a celebration of LGBTQ filmmakers, directors, actors, and the storylines they bring to life. Garcia joins City Cast Denver Host Bree Davies to talk about what makes a film queer and what movies shaped his own experience as a young, gay kid obsessed with the big screen.  For more on Keith and Cinema Q, check out this profile of the festival from the Denver Post.  Plus: City Cast Denver Producer Xandra McMahon joins Bree to offer recommendations for artists to see and things to do at this weekend's Underground Music Showcase! Bree will also share information about Sunday's 3rd Annual La Raza Park Day and Cruise, a celebration of Denver's unique Chicano culture.    Here are links to all the cool UMS acts we talked about: Kayla Marque/The Grand Alliance Neoma YaSi City Cast Denver LIVE at UMS (duh.) Subscribe to our weekday morning newsletter for even more Denver news and events: https://denver.citycast.fm/newsletter/ Which acts are you looking forward to seeing at UMS this weekend? Tell us on Twitter @citycastdenver. 

Spanish Aquí Presents
The Chicano Dude With Tattoos (w/ Danny Trejo)

Spanish Aquí Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 55:18


The SAP crew weighs the pros and cons of being fake depending on the situation. Later on, Raiza finally gets to show Mr. Machete himself Danny Trejo her famous machete. Let's just say he was very impressed. He also talks about his new book and how it feels to be 53 years sober. Follow The SAP Crew on instagram!  @spanishaquipresents @raizalicea @ofcourseitscarlos @ozzymo @thetonyrodrig  

88 Miles Per Hour Podcast
A Bronx Tale (1993)

88 Miles Per Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 90:40


Where does our DeLorean take us this week? Santos and Freddie head back to revisit one of the greatest coming-of-age crime dramas, A Bronx Tale. But not before heading to Orange County to talk about one of Freddie's biggest concerts this year. Oh and Santos gets scared. All this and more before heading Back to the Future. Join two Chicanos as they hop in their Delorean and travel Back in Time to revisit the movies, music, and moments of their past. 

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men
Chicano Lawyers Breaking It Down!

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 34:01


Chicano Lawyers Breaking It Down! is an interview with two California Chicano lawyers who share their stories and motivation for going to law school and eventually becoming lawyers to serve their communities. We hope that their stories inspire you to go after your dreams, get a higher education, fight for social justice, or make an impact in your community.

Charlas Hispanas: Aprende Español | Learn Spanish

Locutor: Fredo de México. El día de hoy toca retomar un tema que no hace mucho les expliqué, vamos a hablar nuevamente de los chicanos y los pochos. Muchas gracias por escucharnos, para acceder a la transcripción y a los ejercicios y explicaciones, hazte suscriptor premium en: charlashispanas.com

Learn Spanish and Go
Hispano o Latino, ¿Cuál es Correcto? - Hispanic or Latino, Which is Correct?

Learn Spanish and Go

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 26:50


Do you know when to use Hispanic or Latino? What about Latinx or Chicano? If you don't, you're not alone. Even Latinos get confused! In this episode, we take a deep dive into what these different terms actually mean and when to use them. But the answer isn't always black and white.Links:Experience: The Copper Canyon - Las Barrancas del CobreLevel up your Spanish with our Podcast MembershipGet the full transcript of each episode so you don't miss a wordListen to an extended breakdown section in English going over the most important words and phrasesTest your comprehension with a multiple choice quizThank you to our patrons for making this podcast possible:Tiansheng Lian, Jennifer Wilson, Adrian Major, Jenny, Christy Warne, Annette Baesel, Jill Heichelbech, Jean Lorio, Rebecca D Robison, Wylie Hargrove, Kristin Royer, Deb Shroyer, RamPandaPuss, Josh Powell, Hoy Shih, Neil Moore, Jennifer Wilson, Paula Lisowsky, Joseph Scriba, Linda Easthope, and DJ Brasier.Support the show (https://spanishandgo.com/support-us)

OMG Hi! with George Lopez Podcast

This week, George is joined by Grant Lease and Gil Carrillo to talk about quitting and getting back into standup, Chicano stubbornness, Woodstock 99, anti-depressants, Andrew Cunanan and more. OMG, Hi! is a weekly podcast with George Lopez featuring surprise celebrity guests, listener call-ins, stories of George's haunted house, hot takes, and more. Leave a voicemail: (818) 533-1843. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/SubscribeToATC  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chicano-ish
Buzz vs Caffeine

Chicano-ish

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 68:28


-Don't you feel weird around cleaning people ,custodians/Janitors ? -Do you think your partner will respect you more and treat you better if you make more money ? Vs if you're poor or broke ? -Compliments -Buzz caffeine almost overdose -And other topics were too lazy to add

City Cast Denver
Spotlight on La Alma Lincoln Park's Chicano Community

City Cast Denver

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 15:17


Of Denver's 56 historic districts and 352 individual landmarks, less than 3% commemorate non-white contributions to the city's history. Tonight, Denver City Council could change that. They are set to vote on the creation of a historic cultural district in La Alma Lincoln Park, which would make it the first historic district in the country to honor the Chicano movement. Sitting outside the La Alma Rec Center, City Cast Denver host Bree Davies spoke with Ean Thomas Tafoya and Cathy and Desiree Prieto, community members who have strong roots in the neighborhood. They talk about the importance of La Alma Lincoln Park as not only a place where Chicano civil rights took hold, but where community pride is housed in the structures and city blocks they've called home.  For more on the push to designate La Alma Lincoln Park a historic cultural district, here's a write-up from Historic Denver.  City Cast Denver was proud to have published one of the final interviews with former Colorado governor Dick Lamm last Monday. His wife Dottie Lamm announced this past Friday that the former governor died of complications related to a pulmonary embolism on Thursday evening. He was 85 years old. We have included a short remembrance in this episode. For more on his life and career in politics, we recommend these articles from the Denver Post and Colorado Public Radio: Former Gov. Richard ‘Dick' Lamm, A Complex And Controversial Figure In Colorado Politics, Dies At 85 Former three-term Colorado Gov. Dick Lamm dies at 85 Subscribe to our weekday morning newsletter for more news from around Denver: https://denver.citycast.fm/newsletter/ And get the tweets @citycastdenver