It's apparently time to break out the maracas, guitars, drums, and red lipstick. In this “Monthly Musings” episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY my dear co-Producer Chris Majocha weighs in on my rant about how Hispanic Heritage Month is clearly around the corner because Latina/Latino/Latine/Hispanic/Latinx artists, performers, book authors, and leaders are visibly busy securing gigs and answering the calls of corporations, government officials and nonprofit giants. I call them “gigs” because by definition they are job opportunities that last a specified period of time – only some compensated with money, most bartered for “exposure”. For a total of four weeks weirdly nestled between two months (September 15 through October 15) we have a chance to highlight Hispanic Heritage, under the historical context that celebrations of the independence of several Latin American countries occur during this timeframe. And after this, there's much of nada going on. In this episode, we go over the 2020 Census numbers that demonstrate that we don't need exposure and access to opportunities ONLY during four weeks. People who identify as Latina/Latino/Latine/Hispanic/Latinx are one-fifth of the U.S. population (all of these terms are confusing, I know, it's by design – the labeling of humans). The non-White population data also reflects that we are having more babies (U.S. Census) within and outside our culture (Pew Research), leading the next wave of workers (U.S. Dept of Labor), boosting the economy through entrepreneurship (Latino Business Action Network), and figuring out how to build generational wealth through homeownership (NAHREP). Data don't lie. We just need to start exercising our power, influence, and advocacy muscle, and build relationships of trust, everywhere, every day with everybody. That's the missing ingredient – TRUST – we don't trust each other or anyone…it's by design.
On the first stop of the “Las cuatro esquinas Tour” around the United States, Dr. Adriana Pacheco and Seattle Escribe bring together a panel of key players in education, culture, and literature to discuss names, topics, trends and voices in literature by writers of hispanic heritage and their impact on the culture. The literature of writers from Spanish-speaking countries who write from the United States, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Spain is impacting the world in an unprecedented way. Awards, publishing houses, curated lists, and translations of new books give proof of the movement. Hablemos, escritoras has followed these changes and recognizes synergies that mark our contemporary world, as well as the causes and motivations that have driven the phenomenon. This talk, part of the 2022 “Las cuatro esquinas Tour” around the United States, will allow for conversations with cultural advocates, members of the community, and especially readers about what we have learned after years of work. Most importantly, it offers space to learn what is happening in our region, the challenges we face, and the road that still needs to be traveled in recognizing new names, topics, and trends. The tour's goal is to broaden the scope of the conversation beyond regional borders and to encourage and foster meaningful, nationwide conversations about the presence, impacts, and influences of literature, language, and the hispanic culture in the United States. This event will be presented in English. Presented by Town Hall Seattle, Seattle Escribe, and Hablemos, escritoras. Participants Catalina Marie Cantú (Xicana) is of Indigenous Mexican/Madeiran heritage and is a multi-genre writer, interdisciplinary artist, Jack Straw Fellow, and Alum of VONA/Voices and The Mineral School. She has received funding from Artists' Trust, Hugo House, Centrum, and Hedgebrook. Her poems and stories have been published widely and anthologized. Cantú earned a B.A. in La Raza Studies and a J.D. from the University of Washington, where she was a co-founding member of the groundbreaking Latinx groups MEChA and Teatro del Piojo. As a volunteer attorney, she managed the King County Bar Association Bilingual Spanish Legal Clinic. She is a co-founding member and current Board President of La Sala Latinx Artists and former chair of Los Norteños NW Latino Writers. As a writer, Cantú's goal is to bring her Latinx BIPOC family viewpoint to the page and provide stories to connect readers to themselves and their familias. She is currently finishing her braided essay collection and her first YA novel. She lives on the unceded traditional land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically, the first people of Seattle, the Duwamish People. Miguel Guillén joined ArtsWA in 2016 and currently serves as Program Manager for the Grants to Organizations program. As a seasoned arts administrator, Miguel provides support to community-based arts organizations and projects, small arts groups, and artists across Washington. He has previously managed arts programs for the private sector. Born in Mexico and raised in the Skagit Valley of Washington State, Miguel received an Arts Management Certificate from Seattle Central College. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle. He is a practicing visual artist. Claudia Castro Luna is an Academy of American Poets Poet Laureate fellow (2019), WA State Poet Laureate (2018-2021), and Seattle's inaugural Civic Poet (2015-2018). Castro Luna's newest collection of poetry, Cipota Under the Moon, is forthcoming in May of 2022 from Tia Chucha Press. She is also the author of One River, A Thousand Voices, the Pushcart-nominated Killing Marías, which was also shortlisted for WA State 2018 Book Award in poetry, and the chapbook This City. Her most recent non-fiction is in There's a Revolution Outside, My Love: Letters from a Crisis. Living in English and Spanish, Claudia writes and teaches in Seattle on unceded Duwamish lands where she gardens and keeps chickens with her husband and their three children. Alfonso Mendoza is a Mexican author that has written and published more than forty peer reviewed academic articles and chapters in the areas of economics, finance, and social sciences. As a creative writer, he enjoys writing short stories and poetry. Alfonso was a founding member of Seattle Escribe and participated as a student in the first writing workshop. Since then, he has remained in close contact with creative writing and the writers in the group. He is the current president of Seattle Escribe. José Luis Montero is passionate about storytelling regardless of the medium. After dabbling in radio, photography, and filmmaking, he turned his artistic attention towards the written word, both in English and Spanish. He was born and raised in Mexico and has lived most of his adult life in Seattle. He earned a certificate in Literary Fiction from University of Washington and a Master in Narrative and Poetry from Escuela de Escritores in Madrid. Upon his return from Spain, he worked as a production intern for Copper Canyon Press and assistant editor of poetry for Narrative Magazine before becoming a resident of the Jack Straw Writers Program in 2021. He is the former president of Seattle Escribe, a nonprofit promoting Spanish literature, and currently serves on the board of Seattle City of Literature. Dr. Adriana Pacheco was born in Puebla, Mexico and is a naturalized American Citizen. She sits at, and is the former Chair of, the International Board of Advisors at University of Texas Austin. She is an Affiliate Research Fellow at Llilas Benson, a Texas Book Festival Featured Author (2012), has several publications in collective books and magazines and has edited several books like Romper con la palabra. Violencia y género en la literatura mexicana contemporánea (Eón, 2017), and Para seguir rompiendo con la palabra. Dramaturgas, cineastas, periodistas y ensayistas mexicanas contemporáneas (Literal/Eón, 2021). She is the founder and producer of Hablemos Escritoras podcast and its accompanying encyclopedia, and founder of the first online bookstore for the United States focusing on women writing in Spanish or of Hispanic heritage: Shop Escritoras. She is currently working on several new books. Rubi Romero has worked as a content and policy manager, technical account manager, and UX Researcher at Amazon. In addition, Rubi serves as one of the leaders for Latinos@; an affinity group at Amazon, as a Career Development Director, and as a project manager for the Hispanic Heritage Month. Rubi graduated from the University of Washington with a Master's Degree in Digital Business and a B.A. in Communications and Sociology. Previously, she was a Project Manager for Microsoft and a Program Director for a non-profit organization where she built a State Program to assist Latino Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Human Trafficking. Rubi is originally from Mexico City and has lived in Seattle since 1994. Kristen Millares Young is a journalist, essayist and novelist. Named a Paris Review staff pick, her debut novel Subduction won Nautilus and IPPY awards. Her short stories, essays, reviews and investigations appear most recently in the Washington Post, The Rumpus, PANK Magazine, the Los Angeles Review, and others, as well as the anthologies Alone Together, which won a Washington State Book Award in general nonfiction, and Advanced Creative Nonfiction: A Writer's Guide and Anthology. She is the editor of Seismic: Seattle, City of Literature, a 2021 Washington State Book Award finalist in creative nonfiction. A former Hugo House Prose Writer-in-Residence, Kristen was the researcher for the New York Times team that produced “Snow Fall,” which won a Pulitzer Prize. Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation click here.
Welcome to Chiva Pod, a bilingual podcast for the Latinx community in the San Francisco Bay Area! Hispanic Heritage Month is long over but, Host, Sebastian takes you back with Golden Gate Xpress Arts and Entertainment reporter, Marlyn Sanchez Nol. They discuss movies with Latinx Leads! Stick around, you might find a new favorite. *Disclaimer* Mild Spoilers **Second Disclaimer** Seb never really talks about his pick, he wanted to leave everyone wanting it and then he forgot to record it. So we wrote it here on his behalf. 1. Spy Kids 2. Stand and Deliver 3. Into the Spiderverse 4. Fast and the Furious 5. Rogue One
Center Fellow Gloria Molina is joined by Antonio Villaraigosa, 41st Mayor of Los Angeles, strategist Cesar Martinez, and USC Professor Mindy Romero to discuss the growing impact of Latino voters and assess how political parties are reaching them, in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.Featuring:Gloria Molina - Fall 2021 Fellow, Center for the Political Future; Former LA County Supervisor and CA AssemblymemberCesar Martinez - Media strategist for Jeb Bush, George W. Bush, John McCain, and Mitt Romney's presidential campaignsMindy Romero - Founder and Director of the Center for Inclusive Democracy; Research Assistant Professor at USC Price School of Public PolicyAntonio Villaraigosa - 41st Mayor of Los Angeles; Partner and Co-Chair, Mercury Public AffairsAdditional InformationThe Bully Pulpit PodcastMore shows from The Democracy Group
Welcome to Chiva Pod, a bilingual podcast for the Latinx community in the San Francisco Bay Area! Hispanic Heritage Month is over but, Host, Sebastian takes a different approach for stories during Hispanic Heritage Month. Chiva Pod is continuing the Herencia series by asking interviewees, what their playlist looks like? Is it a reflection of their identity, their community, or a reflection of lesser known genres they would love to teach about? If you're catching this podcast on Spotify, tune in to Golden Gate Xpress' account to see the guest DJ playlist.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we reviewed the summer musical, Lin Manuel Miranda's In the Heights. This episode, we are joined by our friend Jane. Join us as we Blerd Out about various TV shows, movies and topics. Intro and Outro music is “Twilight” by Capshun Find him on SoundCloud at https://soundcloud.com/capshun Show Notes by Bola Hanson Audio engineering by Whitney Booker Show Contact Info: Email: email@example.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blerdtalkbw/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BlerdTalkBW Bola's contact info: Twitter: https://twitter.com/bolastorybee Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bolastorybee/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSOXQ6Tc_i81DlWSqCC78Ig/featured Whitney's company contact info: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/lumenavistudios --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blerdtalk-with-bola-and-whitney/message
P-Tech Panther Podcast is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month! In this episode, Ediel and Yodiel share the awesome experience they had of interviewing IBM members and they also remind us to be proud of who we are and where we come from. Listen to this episode and be inspired. #applepodcast #spotifypodcast #nevergiveup
Hispanic Heritage Month is observed from September 15 - October 15.Although we here at Needle Movers desire to prioritize the exploration of different cultures all year long, it's always a special time to highlight the perspectives of those different than ours during the times when more people are open and positioned to listen.Which is why Samantha and I thought it was important to bring this week's guest onto the Needle Movers for Social Equity Podcast.Natalia Salas, a beautiful career woman, mother, and wife, took time to hop on the mic with us and honestly share her thoughts around Hispanic heritage - specifically her own - and opens up a window of discovery for all of us that are learning more about what it means to have citizenship in a country different than the one you're from.It's a beautiful thing to hear, and I know you'll love her just as much as Sam and I did.What you'll hear:Natalia shares about her Mexican heritage and how it's different from her husband's Columbian heritage.She'll breakdown the difference between the words Hispanic, Latino/Latina/Latinx, and Chicano (I definitely learned something new!)She'll share about some of her personal challenges and experiences being Mexican in AmericanAnd you'll hear about the beautiful joys she experiences from her culture.It's our best episode to date.And, you can dive even deeper with your children on the beauty of Hispanic Culture when you download our free Hispanic Heritage Lesson & Activity Pack in our Podcast Club's Family Resources Vault. The Needle Movers Family Resources VaultEnrich your home with stories and activities that highlight the lived experiences and perspectives of different cultures in America by enrolling in our FREE Family Resources Vault.Join the vault by clicking here.Support our Crowdfunded NonprofitNeedle Movers is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and runs on the generous donations of our supporters. If you'd like to make a one-time donation—or become a monthly sponsor— click below to donate or learn more.DONATE HEREFollow Needle Movers:Instagram: needlemoverspodcastFacebook: facebook.com/needlemoversforsocialequityWebsite: needlemovers.org
When we are adults, we make the conscious decision to emigrate. But what happens when we are parents, and we take our children with us?Our guest Claudia Lopez emigrated to the UK from Colombia when she was only 11 years old. She was able to experience firsthand the challenges that children have to overcome when migrating. Today, we will have the opportunity to listen to the point of view of what a child lives in these circumstances, dealing with not only the language barrier but with the new world to which they have to adapt.There are millions of people calling the country to which they migrated home. So, talking about diversity has become the norm.One day before the end of Hispanic Heritage Month, I want to dedicate this episode to all Hispanics who decided to live the experience of being an immigrant and make their culture known. Thank you for enriching the cultures of each country with yours!EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS.[4:29] Meeting today's guest.Proudly Latina. Claudia was born in Colombia and moved to the UK. With the challenge of adapting to a new culture and language, she was able to do it successfully. Now she is a teacher of additional languages who loves helping the First Gen immigrants to believe in themselves.[7:34] A child's first thought when emigrating.As a teacher, Claudia was able to see a common factor of children who move out to a country for the first time; they do not want to be there.[11:26] The biggest challenge to the first-gen immigrant.When we take children to live in a different country, it will be challenging to find an identity. Some kids don't feel they belong to the land they live cause inside their homes, living with their immigrants parents is like living in a completely different world. [15:26] How to help children to fit in this new stage of life?Communicating with our children is essential in the process of adaptation. [25:30] As individuals, what can we do to improve inclusion?First is the acceptance of our origins and then the education of others about them.[29:44] Emigrating in adulthood vs. emigrating in childhood.There are different experiences. An adult can understand why but children can see it as a challenging moment in their life.QUOTES“Always be open to learning.” –Patricia.“It is important to schools to celebrate diversity.” –Claudia.ABOUT PATRICIA MANLEYWebsite: la-mantuana.comInstagram: @lamantuanauk | @iammantuanaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/lamantuanaukABOUT CLAUDIA LOPEZ PRIETOClaudia Lopez-Prieto is an EAL (English as an Additional language) teacher at Saint Gabriel's College Secondary school in Lambeth. In her 14 years as an educator, she's earned a reputation for her dedication to engaging and empowering children from the Latin American community for whom English is a second language; organising workshops, trips, conferences and events at the school “to show students that they are not confined to a bubble, they too can step out and fulfil their dreams.”Instagram: @la_mslopez
Go on, open up the packet. What's inside? 10 minutes of interactive music education games for children?? Fantastic! Here are the games on today's show: First up a Clap It Back game called "What's On The Menu" I say things that are on the menu. You clap back the rhythm of the words. It's fun, easy and helps develop a sense of rhythm. If the foods were actually available then it would be a very promising new restaurant concept. ✪ Before today's echo songs you'll hear a brief description of how some songs are written which will help demystify how an instant classic like Funky Little Porcupine comes to be. It's not rocket scientist. It's much fancier. ✪ We end with a Call and Response written by the eternal Ella Jenkins. The song is called Dulce Dulce and it is a fun music game that will help your child learn rhythm, melody and the Spanish word "Dulce." Ella Jenkins was not Hispanic but hopefully this Spanish word song will inspire some Hispanic Heritage Month singing and playing even as the official celebration month draws to an end. ✪ We hope you enjoy our music and games for preschoolers, kindergarteners and early elementary age kids! It's like a music lesson for kids you can do on the way to your swimming lesson. I wrote a book!!!: ✪✪✪ FAMILIES GROW - an Amazon Best Book of the Month - by Dan Saks and Brooke Smart available from Penguin Random House ✪✪✪ https://bookshop.org/a/9590/9780593223673 WAYS TO SHOW NOODLE LOVE: ✪ Join our Patreon to get a show shout out and a handwritten letter! www.patreon.com/noodleloaf ✪ SUBSCRIBE and/or LEAVE A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts ✪ Get some Noodle Loaf gear at noodleloaf.threadless.com. ✪ Want to add your voice to the Noodle Loaf choir? The echo song and instructions are here: http://noodleloaf.com/choir Find us on noodleloaf.com Twitter and Instagram or write to us at email@example.com
Join host Jaysson T. Brooks, MD and guest host Arizt I. De Leon Robles, MD as they celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month having a conversation with Rolando F. Roberto, MD and Teresa Bas, MD, PhD. Scoliosis Dialogues is a Scoliosis Research Society (SRS) podcast aimed at delivering the most current and trusted information to clinicians that care for patients with scoliosis and spinal deformities. From news in the world of spinal deformity, to discussions with thought leaders in the field, we aim to provide up-to-date, quality information that will impact the daily practice of spinal deformity.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A lawsuit accusing Georgia's presidential election of being rigged collapsed on Wednesday. Earlier in the week, state election investigators have told a Superior Court judge they found no evidence to back up claims by plaintiffs, who allege counterfeit ballots were counted in Fulton County last year. But on Wednesday, Henry County judge Judge Brian Amero dismissed the case. The judge wrote that the plaintiffs, including Garland Favorito of the group VoterGA, lacked standing and also failed to allege a particularized injury in their lawsuit that claimed fake ballots were counted in Fulton's totals. In other news, a candidate for mayor of Sandy Springs says he is being threatened and targeted with racist campaign messages. Dontaye Carter is the first Black candidate to run for the city's mayoral office. Five Black candidates for Sandy Springs' City Council say they have also been subjected to similar abuse. Plus, we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and the important contributions Hispanic communities make in Georgia. Panelists: Rep. Teri Anulewicz — State representative (D-Smyrna) Rene Alegria — CEO, Mundo Hispanico Digital Leo Smith — GOP consultant and president, Engaged Futures Group Greg Bluestein — Political reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Hispanic Heritage Month 2021 Closeout What better way to close out the month where everyone else pays attention to us that by talking about one of the best traditions? Going to el Buffet Chino. Originally aired as part of the "Vamos al buffet chino" episode, but with some segments removed and different intro. El Pochast is a part of The Irrelevant Podcast Network Twitter:@irrelevantpods Instagram: @elpochcast Email : elpochcast@ gmail.com rapture.mp3 by Vincent Augustus is licensed under a Attribution 4.0 International License. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Support El Pochcast by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/el-pochcast
There is one game remaining in the preseason for Charlotte. Travis T-Bone Hancock helps preview the matchup against the Dallas Mavericks. Plus, Hornets Senior Manager of Guest Experience Melanie Freiria joins to talk about Hispanic Heritage Month.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, I'm featuring a few river cruise options that sail through Hispanic destinations. Second up is the delightful Rhone River, which runs through France, with a pre or post in Spain. Enjoy! Schedule your Cruise Retreat Discovery Call: https://calendly.com/ritaventures/retreatbrainstorm Get in touch: Visit: http://www.ritaventures.net Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow me: https://www.facebook.com/ritaventures/ https://www.instagram.com/ritaventures/ https://www.linkedin.com/ritaperez19/
Kryzten Valerio is The National Alliance's very own Client Services Lead and Trainer, who brings six years of experience in client-facing roles to her position. She leads her team in developing new and strengthening existing relationships with our participants and vendors. She is passionate about Hispanic representation and brings that passion to all aspects of her life. Outside of her role at The National Alliance she is a photographer and runs a foodie blog with her husband: the ultimate foodie guide in ATX.Devin Delatorre is the result of more than three decades of his family's insurance business. After he acquired his Bachelors in Business Administration, he obtained his 220 licenses and CPIA designation. He is also the president of the LAAIA. He has served seven years as a board member. In his position as executive partner in Delatorre Insurance, he has strived for the last several years to grow his business and uphold his father's legacy. In his leisure time, he loves to watch and play all kinds of sports and travel with his family.Ariel Rivera, MBA, CIC, CPIA has been in the Insurance industry since 2004 when he began his career in the John Hancock's Career Agent Program. That same year he obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Social Sciences with a double major in Economics and Political Science from the University of Puerto Rico. He also became licensed in Life & Health and Property & Casualty in 2005. As part of his college education, in 2001 he attended the University of Massachusetts (UMASS) in Amherst, MA as a member of the National Student Exchange Program. In 2005 he started his first independent insurance agency in San Juan, PR. Early in his career, he became passionate about teaching and coaching insurance and started instructing new agents at different agencies in Puerto Rico. While working in the insurance business and already an Independent Agency Owner, in 2007 he obtained his Master's in Business Administration Degree (MBA) from the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico. In 2008, Mr. Rivera obtained his Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designation from The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research. That same year, he founded Ariel Rivera & Asociados, Inc. Insurance Agency, specializing in Commercial Property & Casualty Insurance. His enthusiasm for insurance education and his passion for the industry led him to become a faculty member at The National Alliance for Insurance Education and Research. There, he teaches the Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) program and serves as a mentor for new instructors entering the CISR faculty. Since 2015, he has served as the National Director of Professional Insurance Agents of Puerto Rico & The Caribbean (PIA of PRC) for the National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA National). In 2018 he also joined the Board of Directors of the American Insurance Marketing & Sales Society (AIMS Society) where he works actively in insurance continuing education and is also a faculty member. In 2019 he founded Deer Insurance Agency, LLC, in Jacksonville, FL: a scratch independent insurance agency that specializes in home, auto, flood, and small business insurance solutions. At the end of 2020, he also founded Fun Insurance Solutions, LLC, a marketing and advisory agency dedicated to helping insurance professionals around the country, Puerto Rico, and USVI through education, podcasting, workshops, boot camps, and Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A). In September 2021, he was elected to the PIA National Executive Committee, where he will go through the Executive Committee chairs until September 2024 when he will become the PIA National President.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, I'm featuring a few river cruise options that sail through Hispanic destinations. Second up is the charming Douro River, which runs through Portugal and Spain. Enjoy! Schedule your Cruise Retreat Discovery Call: https://calendly.com/ritaventures/retreatbrainstorm Get in touch: Visit: http://www.ritaventures.net Email: email@example.com Follow me: https://www.facebook.com/ritaventures/ https://www.instagram.com/ritaventures/ https://www.linkedin.com/ritaperez19/
"From the Frontlines" is an ADL podcast. It is hosted by ADL New York/New Jersey Director Scott Richman and focuses on ADL's efforts to fight hate and antisemitism in the United States and around the world. This week's podcast celebrated National Hispanic Heritage Month with a look at ADL's programs in Latin America and the resources that ADL offers to the Latinx community. The podcast features Liat Altman, ADL's Director of Latin American Affairs. Here is a link to the resources in English and Spanish that ADL has for the Latinx community: https://www.adl.org/latinx. Follow ADL en Español on Twitter at https://twitter.com/ADL_es. And, like ADL in Español on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Liga.Antidifamacion. This podcast originally aired as a radio show on WVOX 1460 AM.
Chiva Pod is off this week but will be back for the last week of Hispanic Heritage Month. So welcome to Gator Talk, a collaborative CalState podcast that brings city and statewide perspectives to SF State news. To kick off October — aka “Halloween month” — co-host Chris Ramirez explores the origins and characteristics of the Italian horror subgenre, the giallo. He talks to various cinema experts about what makes a giallo, audience and critic responses to the genre, and why it's largely defined by glorified violence toward women. Check out the story here at Gator Talk.
When Nicolina Delgadillo started her company BeeSmart in 2018, she knew that being an entrepreneur would be difficult. “Being a female and a Latina is hard work multiplied 10 times over,” she tells OZY, “Even though it is an exciting time to be a Latina boss.” Today, Delgadillo is in good company: Latino business owners are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the country. To honor Hispanic Heritage Month, in today's Daily Dose we dive into the rise of Latino-owned businesses by speaking with cutting-edge entrepreneurs who are putting the pedal to the metal and highlight the little-known game changers.
In this episode, we celebrate Hispanic & Latine Heritage Month with some favorite Scholastic authors. First, Sonia Manzano revisits her 2015 memoir, Becoming Maria: Love and Chaos in the South Bronx. You may know Sonia as Maria, the beloved character she played on Sesame Street for more than 30 years. Growing up in a struggling Puerto Rican family in the 1950s, Sonia wondered how she could contribute to a society that didn't see her. “I felt invisible,” she says. Her story of resilience and hope continues to inspire readers of all ages. Host Suzanne McCabe also talks with Pam Muñoz Ryan, the award-winning author of Esperanza Rising and several other celebrated novels. Pam discusses the genesis of her latest book, an enchanting novel for middle-graders called Mañanaland. The mythical tale introduces readers to a brave boy named Max, who learns what it means to help people fleeing danger and persecution. In the final segment, author Justin A. Reynolds and illustrator Pablo Leon introduce their new graphic novel, Miles Morales: Shock Waves. It is already a hit with young Marvel fans. “Maybe you're not able to have web slingers and scale the city walls,” Justin tells kids, “but your voice can travel just as far.”
Episode Notes My guests include West Memphis Mayor Marco McClendon. He is going to tell us about the many projects he is working on in his city, the economic effect the I-40 bridge closure had, and what the future holds. Also, Talia Palacio, Community advocate and WYXR radio host will explain the importance of Hispanic Heritage Month. Finally, we will end this edition on a musical note with Jim Cole from the Memphis Listening Lab. He will explain how vinyl records and even cassettes are making a comeback…Now that's music to MY ears. It's all on the next RTM, Monday, 6-7 pm on WYXR 91.7, WYXR.org, Tunein, Facebook Live or wherever you get your podcasts. Check it! RTM is a Boss show. Here we go!!
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, I'm featuring a few river cruise options that sail through Hispanic destinations. First up is the magnificent Magdalena River, which runs through Colombia in this first of its kind sailing. Enjoy! Schedule your Cruise Retreat Discovery Call: https://calendly.com/ritaventures/retreatbrainstorm Get in touch: Visit: http://www.ritaventures.net Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow me: https://www.facebook.com/ritaventures/ https://www.instagram.com/ritaventures/ https://www.linkedin.com/ritaperez19/
The Men are reunited to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month! The hosts share their unique experiences growing up being latino and hispanic in America.Also, an all new segment of Latin Lovers, the hosts get into the world debut of Lil Nas X's album 'Montero," and last but not least they give you their STFU's of the week!
Continuing our celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month with a conversation about little-known figures in Latin American history. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to Chiva Pod, a bilingual podcast for the Latinx community in the San Francisco Bay Area! It's the tenth Day of Hispanic Heritage Month! Host, Sebastian takes a different approach for stories during Hispanic Heritage Month. Chiva Pod is continuing the Herencia series by asking Latino/a Studies professors, what their playlist for this month looks like? Is it a reflection of their identity, their community, or a reflection of lesser known genres they would love to teach about? If you're catching this podcast on Spotify, tune in to Golden Gate Xpress' account to see the guest DJ playlist.
Staff discuss elements of Hispanic Heritage, including holidays, interesting facts, and historical figures. Plus, Book Clues and upcoming programming provided by the library. Music: Storybook by Scott Holmes; scottholmesmusic.com On the Street by Julius H; pixabay.com Learn more: Google's Hispanic Heritage Month collection
Join us as Raquel talks about her nemesis, Mold. Rebecca has some questions for her about how to know if you may have mold. We will also talk about the Fall Equinox and Hispanic Heritage Month. The Earthy Girls want to inspire, inform and encourage you to take that small step, make that 2 degree pivot towards loving your planet not just living on it. It's a Mindset! Flip that Script. Reduce, Reuse and then Recycle. Consider it this way, It's Not just an inconvenience, it's an investment in the future generations. Find us on Instagram @earthygirl.co --- 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/rebecca-behnke/message
Have you ever experienced culture shock? Our host share their stories about being on the wrong side of some situations. Also, Andrea Ramirez Olarte, a second-year medial student at the Medical College of Georgia, joins us to get us excited to celebrate Hispanic and Latinx culture all month long.
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In the latest episode of What's El Chisme? our host Ruben Perez Jr, chats with LatinX actress Chelsea Rendon, best known for her role in hit series 'VIDA' as well as hit movie 'The Tax Collector' and the forthcoming animated Netflix Series, 'Maya and The Three.' Rendon talks about what it's like working in the entertainment industry as a Latina, the changes we need in Hollywood, future goals, and more. Stay up to date with the latest in Spanglish pop culture, visit our website: https://www.entertainmentrocks.com/ Follow us on social media
It's another week and your Sports Lordz are back with another new classic episode. This week we open by discussing the deliciousness of everyone's favorite neighborhood restaurant, Applebees, talk some Hispanic Heritage month, the very important Emmy Awards, and try to figure out why so many stepmoms are getting stuck in home appliances. We then shift our attention to sports and review the last week of college football. We dig into the upsets that almost were, Nick Saban's favorite joke, and preview next weekend's matchups. Then we move to the pros and look back at week 2 of the NFL, and talk about the Manning brothers broadcast before getting into the baseball. We whip around the majors and check in on the standings, the trouble in San Diego, and make some can't miss predictions for the upcoming playoffs in October and more!It's still crazy out there, so do your best and stay alive Serfs!This week's episode is brought to you by the new Applebees Divorce Zone. Come rebound from a busted marriage at your neighborhood Applebees (only in select locations)!Follow us on twitter, Instagram, and Twitch @SportsLordzRap Dreams by LOWERCASE n https://soundcloud.com/lowercasen Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/rap-dreams Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/tJd8zzQBu98
WSLAM Creative Director, Camille Buxeda joins the podcast and talks to the guys about growing up Puerto Rican in Florida, her career in sports media, creating WSLAM and what can be done to better commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month. Intro - 0:00 Getting To Know Camille Buxeda - 5:00 Being a Latina in Tallahassee - 10:15 Creating WSLAM - 20:18 What could people do to better commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month? - 36:38 Where do things stand in terms of representation of women of color in sports media? -45:00 Follow the podcast on Twitter & Instagram: @AHTTPodcast For 'Ain't Hard To Tell Podcast' listeners, Audible is offering a free audiobook download with a free 30-day trial to give you the opportunity to check out their service. To download your free audiobook today go to http://www.audibletrial.com/AHTT We would love to hear your feedback on the podcast as you help us grow. Take a short anonymous survey at the link below: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SK35QCG Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The top headlines from the Miami Herald for Sept. 21-22 including the latest on GameStop jobs coming to South Florida, construction of Metrorail Underline, closing of craft beer bar in Wynwood, Pitbull donation for Hispanic Heritage Month.
Join us as we talk about an amazing new title, Strange Horticulture, along with The Last Friend, Bioshock 4, Eastward, and From Fear. We also cover some boycott of God of War: Ragnarok for having diverse characters, Valorant having the most toxic community, some Halo updates, and Hispanic heritage month games. Follow the Podcast: @FilthyRaine Follow Gafiltha: @Gafiltha Follow Raine: @RaineShadow Bones Coffee Affiliate Link Letter Shoppe Ambassador Link Etsy Shop Link Sources: Strange Horticulturehttps://store.steampowered.com/app/1574580/Strange_Horticulture/Bioshock 4https://screenrant.com/bioshock-4-release-window-leaks-rumors-2022/Eastwardhttps://eastwardgame.com/FromFearhttps://www.tiktok.com/@fromfearThe Last Friendhttps://thelastfriend.net/God of War: Ragnarok Boycotthttps://hard-drive.net/racist-without-ps5-announces-boycott-of-god-of-war-ragnarok/Valorant Toxic Gamershttps://www.nme.com/news/gaming-news/valorant-has-the-most-toxic-community-in-gaming-3047693https://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/2021-09-15-anti-women-anti-black-anti-asian-harassment-growing-in-online-games
The top headlines from the Miami Herald for Sept. 18-20 including the latest headlines on Key West airport, the best chili in Miami, parking at Hard Rock Stadium, COVID requirements for Broward County employees, Hispanic Heritage Month.
Gator Talk is off this week! Welcome to Chiva Pod, a bilingual podcast for the Latinx community in the San Francisco Bay Area! Host, Sebastian takes a different approach for stories during Hispanic Heritage Month. Chiva Pod is launching this series by asking Latino/a Studies professors, what their playlist for this month looks like? Is it a reflection of their identity, their community, or a reflection of lesser known genres they would love to teach about? If you're catching this podcast on Spotify, tune in to Golden Gate Xpress' account to see the guest DJ playlist.
Podcast topics:2:57 - Valdes-Fauli talks about his Hispanic-American-focused agency, Pinta, the intricacies of targeting the very diverse Hispanic-American market, the pros and cons of remaining an independent agency versus joining a holding company and more. 16:13 - Running down the insights and findings of the fourth-annual PRWeek/Boston University Communications Bellwether Survey after the unprecedented industry disruptions brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. 22:57 - Recognizing the six latest inductees into the PRWeek Hall of Fame: Jano Cabrera from General Mills, Golin's Fred Cook, Joe Evangelisti from JPMorgan Chase, Flowers Communications' Michelle Flowers Welch, Karen Kahn from HP and Zeno's Barby Siegel.26:15 - Hispanic Heritage Month is observed every year from September 15 to October 15. How are agencies and brands responding — and are they hitting the mark? 30:58 - Recapping the in-depth interviews with GM comms head Craig Buchholz and Subway CMO Carrie Walsh. 36:22 - McDonald's social listening tools struggled to keep up with a wildly popular activation with K-pop super group BTS.
In the latest episode of What's El Chisme?, Ruben talks about Hispanic Heritage Month, why it's celebrated, he talks about indie Latin artists he likes, he talks about being a Latino that works in the entertainment industry and has a stutter, and much more. Tune in! --- 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/whatselchisme/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatselchisme/support
Familia today we have a super empowering guest that has an amazing story that will inspire you to never give up on your dreams! Her name is Erica Alfaro and I'm sure you've seen the picture of her and her parents that went Viral around the world in 2019. In this picture, she's in her College Graduation Cap and Gown, next to her parents in the middle of the field where they work picking fruit! She just wrote her biographical book “Cosechando Sueños” “Harvesting Dreams” where she tells her inspiring story! Coming up Next you will hear how she overcame the challenges of being an Immigrant from Mexico, being a woman who became a single mother at the age of 15, survived domestic violence and is now a Motivational Speaker, Author, has a Masters in Education and is a true Example que Si Se Puede! She's Living the American Dream! Such a perfect story to launch our Hispanic Heritage Month! Thank you Familia! Connect with Erica Alfaro on Instagram: @AlfaroErica47 Shop at her store: @JenelsJewelry Enjoy and we hope it inspires you as much as it inspired us, Blessings! Follow us @DiscoveringAgape and @EdgariSotelo #LosSotelos on all Social Media Platforms.
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To kick off Hispanic Heritage Month the crew invites motivational speaker, author, AND Latina Entrepreneur, Erica Alfaro to share her inspiring story of how she overcame her challenges of being an immigrant from Mexico, a single mother at the age of 15, and a victim of domestic abuse. More on today's show, Shoboy reveals the weirdest place he's hooked up, in one of our Nota Locas! Also, In the "Jealousy Trip," Luis wants to prank his girlfriend because she doesn't want his prima to stay at his apartment! She's visiting him this weekend and Luis' girl thinks something is going on between them—Becca pretends to be la "prima" in the prank call! Lastly, Shoboy shares a study that claims pretty people get paid more than los feos! Follow us @ShoboyShow Listen Live 6-10AM PST M-Fri on ShoboyShow.com Shoboy: @edgarisoteloBecca: @BeccaMGuzmanEddie The Virgin: @EddieSotelo
National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the rich history, culture and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. Joining me to celebrate this special occasion is Juan Carlos Arias, Esq., managing attorney at the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine and executive director of the Sheriff's Foundation of Broward County. Juan was born in Puerto Rico to parents who emigrated from Cuba. A pillar in our community, he has received numerous awards including, the Hispanic Heritage Award and Outstanding Hispanic Man of the Year, for his significant contributions to Hispanic culture. Tune in and be sure to subscribe, share this episode with a friend and follow @bsosherifftony on Instagram to keep up with the latest BSO news between podcast episodes.
Bakotunes welcomes dance music icon Lisa Velez AKA Lisa Lisa! Stories from the early years in Hell's Kitchen NYC to becoming one of RnB's biggest starts of the eighties with Cult Jam and super producers Full Force. She's still going strong today bringing the hits and new music to fans around the globe. Classic interview from 2012 with music! Info: email@example.com.
Joining Sheriff Gregory Tony on this episode is a special guest, Attorney Michael Garcia. Attorney Garcia is the Chairperson of The Hispanic Vote and leads a successful Construction, Commercial Litigation and Government Affairs practice in Broward County. Sheriff Tony and Attorney Garcia discuss the steps taken by the Broward Sheriff's Office to ensure the agency's diversity reflects the Broward community, the unique experiences of the Hispanic culture, and the importance of Hispanic Heritage Month.