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Alt.Latino
Alt.Latino And NPR News: Musical Profiles From Mexico, Cuba and Peru

Alt.Latino

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 34:21


This week we share music stories from NPR News that you should know about, featuring Cimafunk, Susana Baca and 'El Charro de Mexico' Vicente Fernandez.

The Cross Connection with Tiffany Cross
The Cross Connection with Tiffany Cross: Latino Landscape

The Cross Connection with Tiffany Cross

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 83:33


On this week's special edition of The Cross Connection with Tiffany Cross: Tiffany is live from Miami with a focus on “The Latino Landscape.” This episode centers on the voices of the rising majority in the U.S. Congresswoman Val Demings joins Tiffany to discuss how she hopes to reach Latino voters in Florida as she pursues a Senate seat. And Tiffany talks about the latest on immigration with Congressman Raul Ruiz from California. Plus, the importance of Hispanic Serving Institutions across the country and why funding is important. Even John Leguizamo stops by to give a powerful take on the Latino community's contributions to American history. All this and much more on this week's special edition of ‘The Cross Connection with Tiffany Cross.'  

DJcity Podcast
DJ Dirty D (Latino Mix)

DJcity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 30:21


DJ Dirty D is an open format DJ. Follow DJ Dirty D on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dirtyd_regimen See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Chicago Tonight
Latino Voices, October 16, 2021 - Full Show

Chicago Tonight

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021


Brown & Black
John Leguizamo on the Psycho-Social Erasure of Latinos

Brown & Black

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 39:03


We end our Hispanic Heritage Month series with actor, producer, writer John Leguizamo. He has a new comic book out called 'Phenom X' which is influenced by Latino invisibility and image representation in entertainment and media. This rebroadcast from Sept 13, 2020, has us and John deconstructing the reasons why Hollywood and the news media has a beef with Latinos. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Insightful Babes Podcast
Leading Next Gen of Latinx Content Creators with JP Dominguez

Insightful Babes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 42:50


J.P. Dominguez is a passionate advocate for the success of young Latinos and for the use of technology and social media to share ideas. He graduated from Pepperdine University in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in Political Science and recently received his juris doctorate degree in law from the University of West Los Angeles. As the son of two immigrant parents, J.P. feels it is important to share with others the sacrifices our parents made and to help each other advance and find success. In 2012, J.P. launched Hazlo Media, a digital media company that amplifies brands and builds online audiences for businesses, media networks, and non-profits in the Latino community. The content created by Hazlo Media for radio, television, and digital media clients has been seen by millions. In 2016, J.P. worked with Univision news, providing opinion commentary during the 2016 Presidential Election. His political reaction videos amassed more than 50 million views during that election cycle. JP has a passion for bringing to life the stories of change-makers in the Latino community. In 2018, he began his podcast, Champions for Change, which profiles successful young Latinos who share insights into their journeys and how they themselves reached success. Recently, Hazlo Media has successfully launched its first digital online show called Outside the Box. A rapid fire opinion analysis show where 3 young Latino thought leaders analyze the latest breaking news and trends in our community. The weekly show has amassed over 600,000 views in 14 episodes during 1 year. OTB SHOW: https://www.instagram.com/otbshow/ www.facebook.com/otbshowtv Connect with J.P. Dominguez: https://www.instagram.com/jpdominguez/ --------- Connect with us the Insightful Babes: Conéctate con nosotras Las Insightful Babes: Email: insightfulbabescontact@gmail.com Website: https://www.weareinsightfulbabes.com www.instagram.com/insightfulbabes/ linktr.ee/Insightfulbabes Host: Maria Garibay - https://www.instagram.com/mariagaribay_/ Host: Diana Contreras - https://www.instagram.com/iammissdiana/

The Ben Joravsky Show
Alderman Carlos Ramirez-Rosa--Meeting With The Mayor

The Ben Joravsky Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 39:38


Alderman Carlos Ramirez-Rosa--the dean of city council Democratic Socialists--returns to tell you everything you need to know about Mayor Lightfoot's bizarre comments at a recent meeting with Latino caucus members. Those comments include the claim that's she's a better mayor than Mayor Harold Washington (which is like Alex Caruso saying he's better than Michael Jordan) and that she's done a "fuck ton" for the Black wards. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Kansas City Week in Review
Kansas City Week in Review - Oct 15, 2021

Kansas City Week in Review

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 26:46


Nick Haines, Lisa Rodriguez, Eric Wesson, Steve Kraske and Micheal Mahoney discuss Jill Biden's visit to speak with Latino communities, the explosion threat and illegal search of Mayor Quinton Lucas, the latest on KCI concession contract dispute, Southwest Airlines flight cancellations, potential school closures in KCMO, the Kevin Strickland case, Jay-Z's interest in WYCO convictions and more.

The Brian Lehrer Show
Brian Lehrer Weekend: Paul Krugman, Tracy K. Smith, Alt.Latino

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 35:35


Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them. Paul Krugman Says Things Are Getting Better (First) | Tracy K. Smith Reads 'The Best American Poetry 2021' (Starts at 35:30 ) | Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month With NPR's Alt.Latino (Starts at 1:09:00 ) If you don't subscribe to the Brian Lehrer Show on iTunes, you can do that here.

Axios Today
The bad and the good in the latest inflation data

Axios Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 11:40


The global energy crisis is causing a whole series of economic headaches, not the least of which is inflation. The Consumer Price Index, the best American measure of inflation, jumped 5.4% in September, compared to last year. That's according to new data out this week. Plus, the fallout of bigotry in the NFL. And, celebrating Latino ingenuity to close Hispanic Heritage Month. Guests: Axios' Felix Salmon, Kendall Baker, and Marino Franco. Credits: Axios Today is produced in partnership with Pushkin Industries. The team includes Niala Boodhoo, Sara Kehaulani Goo, Dan Bobkoff, Alexandra Botti, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Sabeena Singhani, Alex Sugiura, Lydia McMullen-Laird, Michael Hanf, and David Toledo. Music is composed by Evan Viola. You can reach us at podcasts@axios.com. You can text questions, comments and story ideas to Niala as a text or voice memo to 202-918-4893. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Brookings Cafeteria
Politics and the pandemic in Latino and Native American communities

The Brookings Cafeteria

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 35:54


This episode features an interview with an expert who calls immigration and the Latino vote a golden opportunity for Democrats in 2022. Gabriel Sanchez is a David M. Rubenstein Fellow in Governance Studies at Brookings and a professor of political science at the University of New Mexico. In the interview, he discusses a range of policy issues including why COVID-19 has had such a devastating impact on Latino families, why vaccination rates are so high in Native American communities, and why immigration policy remains so important headed into the midterm elections. Sanchez is also Founding Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Endowed Chair in Health Policy and director of the Center for Social Policy at the University of New Mexico. Also on this episode, Hanna Love, a research associate with the Bass Center for Transformative Placemaking in the Brookings Metropolitan Policy program, discusses three trends shaping the future of rural America that she says the dominant narratives aren't very good at capturing. Show notes and transcript:   Follow Brookings podcasts on Apple or Google podcasts, or on Spotify. Send feedback email to , and follow us and tweet us at  on Twitter. The Brookings Cafeteria is part of the .

Off Topic/On Politics
Where the NYC mayoral election stands

Off Topic/On Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 29:17


As Eric Adams and Curtis Sliwa hit the campaign trail in the final weeks before Election Day, NY1's Zack Fink, Juan Manuel Benítez and Bob Hardt analyze the state of the race and weigh in on what Sliwa, the Republican nominee, needs to do to improve his chances in a heavily Democratic city. They also spend some time talking about Latino politics. The community now represents almost 30% of the city's population, but a Latino candidate has never been elected to citywide office. Is it just a matter of time? Or is ideology more important than ethnic identity when it comes to such a diverse community?

I have SOMETHING to say!
Episode #112: "I Have SOMETHING To Say" with special guest, Nadia Carmino

I have SOMETHING to say!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 43:11


Supplier Diversity doesn't work anymore. In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY I invite Nadia Carmino, Founder and CEO of Alliance One Management Consulting to discuss the need for an overhaul of Procurement processes to deliver Supplier EQUITY. And what does this look like? Supplier Equity is an Equitable Engagement Experience (SE3) that publicly demonstrates a company's efforts and commitments to racial equality, inclusion, and social responsibility. We are forming a supplier equity advocacy coalition that considers the business implications of systemic racism in procurement processes and is determined to offer up and implement new solutions capable of closing the widening opportunity gap. Through this effort, Black and Latino vendors look to partner with corporations to pilot new ways of doing business with people of color that are collaborative, innovative, sustainable, and profitable. Corporate America will experience greater innovation, creativity and productivity when partnering with diverse suppliers because companies are exposed to a range of UNTAPPED skills and perspectives from diverse backgrounds. Together, we will craft a viable new alternative to eliminate barriers that prevent businesses owned by people of color from bidding for private and public contracts at the pace they should.

Write On: A Screenwriting Podcast
Write On with ‘One Day at a Time' Showrunner Gloria Calderón Kellett

Write On: A Screenwriting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 26:15


Gloria talks to Write On about her process for choosing a writers' room. "For One Day at a Time, we wanted a heavily Latino room because we were doing Latinx storylines, and we wanted to make sure that we were specific because it was a Cuban family, but also, it was great to hear from all the other Latinos in the room that were not Cuban that were like, 'Oh my God, my family did that too!'"   Gloria goes on to discuss what makes a good TV staff writer: "Ultimately, if you are on a staff, you are there at the service of the showrunner. You are there to help them make the show they want to make, so how can you help them? What idea can you give them so that we can all go home? What thing are you going to do that's going to crack it? I think once that became crystal clear, everything became much, much easier for me."   Gloria's new series, With Love, will premiere on Amazon later this year.   Don't forget to subscribe to the Write On Podcast on iTunes!   Now available on Google Podcasts!  

Women on The Move Podcast
Closing the Latino wealth gap with youth-focused, digital content

Women on The Move Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 32:25


Economic research has shown that among Americans, Latinos spend the most, but save and invest the least as demographic. Beatriz Acevedo has set out to change that. During the pandemic, she co-founded SUMA Wealth with the mission of helping close the Latino wealth gap via youth-focused, pop culture–inspired financial content and fintech tools. In this episode, Beatriz sits down with her friend, Alice Rodriguez, head of community impact at JPMorgan Chase & Co., to discuss the venture, her motivation, and her goals. Motivation from her border roots Beatriz describes herself as “a very proud border girl, an immigrant entrepreneur.” Born to parents who lived in San Diego but purposefully moved across the border for their daughter to be born a Mexican citizen, Beatriz describes her father as “the classic Latino man who came from absolutely nothing.” A proponent of hard work and education, he became an attorney and started a philanthropic foundation 30 years ago. “Every cent he made in his career, he put it back into the foundation for educational opportunities for our community,” she notes. Beatriz shared that her parents' work and philanthropic focus profoundly shaped her motivations. “I've always felt like I am one of those Latina outliers that was able to have opportunities from a young age,” she tells Alice. “It doesn't mean I didn't work hard for them, but we know in our community, there are so many deserving Latinos and Latinas that worked so hard and are still not given the opportunities, whether it's capital, whether it's boards, whether it's advancement on a job. So I want to spend as much time as I possibly can every day opening as many doors as I possibly can for my community.” Ethos of a brand Alice describes how the demographic discrepancies in the economic impact of the pandemic inspired her to move forward with SUMA Wealth. Alice was an established philanthropist and a leader in digital media and brings a focus on the Latino point of view to multiple mainstream entertainment platforms, but she recognized that Latinos were being hit the hardest by both health and economic measures during the pandemic. “We had the least amount of emergency savings [and] were not equipped for something like this to happen in our families,” she says. Beatriz knew she could help reverse that trend. Despite the fact that her background was in media, entertainment and marketing—not finance—she co-founded SUMA Wealth at the height of the pandemic. Knowing that younger Latinos are the fastest-growing demographic spurred Beatriz to focus SUMA on them. “These are U.S.-born kids who are English dominant, consume the content in English, but they're still untrustworthy of certain financial institutions because they just don't know, they want to learn more, and they want to have that trust,” she explains. “And I thought, now's a really incredible opportunity to build a brand and a community that really speaks to them in culture, more than in language.” Beatriz explains that with SUMA, her goal is to empower the Latino community by building trust around tools and services that are already available to them. Adding the in-culture media context ensured its success: In its first ten months, SUMA surpassed all of its growth metrics. Looking ahead One key message that Beatriz strives to share with the Latino community is that when it comes to improving your finances or financial literacy, it's never too early and it's never too late. “A big goal that we have at SUMA is to really empower our community with so many tools and services that are already available to them, but to have the trust,” she says. “And I think doing it through the youth, through the millennials, through the gen Z's and the families and the communities, is a really smart way to do it because they are the big influencers and an ROI through one of them is never one-to-one, it's always one-to-many. So I think that's how we need to think about really scaling this information into our community.” This month SUMA is launching a free financial check-up tool where people can track how they are doing on saving, paying off debt, investing, and other financial indicators. “I would love to see that growth in our community of feeling comfortable, not just being the biggest spenders,” she tells Alice. “I would love to change that data from the biggest spenders to the biggest savers and investors. I would feel incredibly satisfied with that as part of my legacy.”

Her Money Matters
How FreeFrom is Helping Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence | HDM 283

Her Money Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 36:37


Are you a survivor or do you know someone that is a survivor of Intimate Partner Violence? I know it is not the most comfortable topic for conversation, but it is important to realize the impact it has on our financial journey and the challenges that come with it.    In this episode, Tannia Ventura, a daughter of immigrants, a queer Latina, and survivor of intimate partner violence herself, shares with us what FreeFrom is and how they help survivors. She also shares the differences between the Latino community versus other communities in terms of Intimate Partner Violence. What you'll hear about in today's episode: How Tannia identified she is a survivor of Intimate Partner Violence What FreeFrom is and how they help survivors of intimate partner violence How FreeFrom breaks the cycle by creating solutions with and for survivors For a quick recap of this episode go to http://www.jenhemphill.com/283   Want to get social? Let's connect more on Instagram @herdineromatters   Grab your copy of My Daily Money Ritual and increase your money confidence here: https://jenhemphill.com/dinero   For all of those financially strong women who want to keep learning and taking control of their finances. Financially Strong Latina La Membresía, enrollment now open! To know more about this membership go to: http://www.jenhemphill.com/membership   The post, How FreeFrom is Helping Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence | HDM 283 appeared first on the Her Dinero Matters Podcast.

Her Dinero Matters
How FreeFrom is Helping Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence | HDM 283

Her Dinero Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 36:37


Are you a survivor or do you know someone that is a survivor of Intimate Partner Violence? I know it is not the most comfortable topic for conversation, but it is important to realize the impact it has on our financial journey and the challenges that come with it.    In this episode, Tannia Ventura, a daughter of immigrants, a queer Latina, and survivor of intimate partner violence herself, shares with us what FreeFrom is and how they help survivors. She also shares the differences between the Latino community versus other communities in terms of Intimate Partner Violence. What you'll hear about in today's episode: How Tannia identified she is a survivor of Intimate Partner Violence What FreeFrom is and how they help survivors of intimate partner violence How FreeFrom breaks the cycle by creating solutions with and for survivors For a quick recap of this episode go to http://www.jenhemphill.com/283   Want to get social? Let's connect more on Instagram @herdineromatters   Grab your copy of My Daily Money Ritual and increase your money confidence here: https://jenhemphill.com/dinero   For all of those financially strong women who want to keep learning and taking control of their finances. Financially Strong Latina La Membresía, enrollment now open! To know more about this membership go to: http://www.jenhemphill.com/membership   The post, How FreeFrom is Helping Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence | HDM 283 appeared first on the Her Dinero Matters Podcast.

Lessons in Lifespan Health
Assistant Professor Joseph Saenz: Understanding Lifespan Influences On Cognitive Ability

Lessons in Lifespan Health

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 23:34


Assistant Professor of Gerontology Joseph Saenz joins Professor George Shannon to discuss his ongoing work on rural-urban differences in cognitive ability among older adults in Mexico, as well as whether certain personality factors make people resilient to the negative effects of early-life disadvantage. Quotes from this episode On the focus of his work I focus my research on looking at how it's socioeconomic disadvantage throughout the life course relates with cognitive ability and late life. I'm interested in education. I'm interested in income, wealth and the resources that we have available to us throughout our lives and how this relates with better cognitive functioning, as well as lower dementia risk and the population of older adults of Latino origin here at the United States and also older adults in Mexico. On demographics and differences between rural and urban populations in Mexico One of the things that's very important about the Mexican population is we've seen a lot of demographic changes over the past century. In addition to seeing rapid population aging with the share of the Mexican population aged 60 and over increasing rapidly. We've also seen a large urbanization process where people are going from rural areas to urban areas. For example, back in 1920, only about 70% of the Mexican population lived in rural areas, but by 2010, this had declined to only about 20%. So a lot of people have been going from rural areas to urban areas. And this is important because in Mexico we see a lot of differences of a lot of disparities between urban areas and rural areas. Rural areas tend to be disadvantaged in several ways. They tend to have lower access to education. There's fewer schools for people to go to. And the educational quality that people got, especially if you look at several decades ago was significantly lower quality than their urban counterparts. Also in rural areas, we tend to see higher rates of poverty and various measures of SES. And we also see that the rural population tends to have less access to healthcare. This as the gap between the rural and urban areas in terms of healthcare access has shrunk a little bit over the past couple of decades, but there's still a disparity there. And so when you bring up the idea of the life course and where people live throughout life, I think this is especially important in Mexico, where we saw that rural to urban population shift, that many people who are living in urban areas now were living in rural areas as children.  On his research looking at where people live throughout their lives In this more nuanced approach, what we see is that the people that had the lowest exposure to urban areas throughout life, those who lived in rural areas in early and late life, ended up doing the worst cognitively. And those who are doing the best are the people that lived in urban areas in early life and urban areas that late-life... And what we also see is that compared to people that stayed in rural areas throughout their entire lives, those who went from a rural to an urban area, also show advantages. So what it looks like we're finding in our current studies is that both early life, urban-dwelling and late-life urban dwelling are related with better cognitive ability. And there is an advantage that comes from moving to an urban area throughout life. On the negative impacts of indoor air pollution And then the other reason that we could expect to see these differences between rural and urban areas is that in urban areas, we know that people have high exposure to air pollution from the outdoor environment. When we look at pictures, for instance, say in Mexico City, we see the smoggy skies and we see this high level of air pollution that people are breathing in urban areas. However, in rural areas in Mexico, a significant portion of the population relies on solid cooking fuels. So this could be wood and coal and Mexico is primarily coal if people are using solid fuels for cooking. And when people use these solid fuels for cooking, particularly inside the house, you can imagine how quickly the pollution builds up inside the home. So people in rural areas have greater exposure to air pollution inside the home from solid cooking fuels. And we know that that exposure to air pollution is associated with poor cognitive functioning. And in my own work, looking at the effects of indoor air pollution from solid cooking fuels, I find that people who cook with these solid cooking fuels tend to have lower cognitive functioning and also more rapid cognitive. On the potential to improve outcomes We've seen several large policy changes in Mexico in the past couple of decades that are aimed at improving access to healthcare and primarily in rural areas. And so improvement of access to healthcare, access to health insurance, and regularly seeing doctors are something that we could use to improve cognitive ability and cognitive outcomes of older adults in rural areas. And last on the topic of cooking fuels, we know that one of the challenges and one of the reasons that people in rural areas are more likely to use these solid fuels is because maybe there's not the infrastructure to bring clean cooking fuels such as gas and electricity to more remote rural areas. Policy changes aimed at improving infrastructure to bring clean cooking fuels to rural areas and to educate people on how to cook with clean cooking fuels could be something very important to bridging these disparities that we see across rural and urban Mexico. On the role of cognitive resilience and personality characteristics in overcoming the negative effects of early life disadvantage What cognitive resilience is looking at is one's ability to not show the negative effects of stress. So people who are cognitively resilient can experience stress but don't show effects on cognitive functioning. They look like they're doing okay, cognitively, even though they're experiencing high levels of stress. In my work related to personality, I look at how personality characteristics are related with one's cognitive resilience or one's ability to overcome the negative effects of early life disadvantage. Early life disadvantage, being a stressor that I'm considering. So the personality characteristics that I tend to look at include a locus of control, which is how strongly one feels that he or she has control over their lives. And people who have an internal locus of control tend to think that the things that happen to them are the results of their own work. That they're the results of their own choices. Whereas people who have an external locus of control tend to believe it's external influences that affect their life. And so they're the ones that tend to believe that maybe the bad things or good things that happened to them throughout life are the example are, are the result of luck or of chance. Now, the other personality characteristic that I look at is conscientiousness, which has one's tendency to plan,  one's tendency to be goal-oriented and to delay gratification. And when we look at the locus of control and when we look at conscientiousness, both of these affect how people tend to cope with stressors. So in my work on personality, what I do is I look at how personality relates with one's ability to overcome those effects. And we see that having an internal locus of control and having a conscientious personality are both independently related with one's ability to overcome the effects of early life disadvantage. On the importance of midlife research We also see a lot of focus on early life, a lot of looking at early life SES, a lot of research looking at education and childhood, but I don't think we see nearly enough work looking at mid-life. I think there's a big gap in our understanding of the courses or the trajectories that people take throughout life. We don't see enough about midlife. So I think this is another area that I'd like to go into more in terms of looking at midlife. So what are the specific occupations that people worked? What are the levels of cognitive stimulation and those activities also looking at midlife, we could also look at people's marital histories when they got married, whether they were married multiple times. So I think there's a lot of information out there on midlife that could be very valuable in predicting where people are going to be 10, 20 or 30 years down the road.

Pop Culture Planet
Gloria Calderón Kellett Talks Telling Stories That Embrace Latino Joy | Interview

Pop Culture Planet

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 25:22


Showrunner Gloria Calderón Kellett joins Kristen Maldonado on Pop Culture Planet to talk about her new Amazon show With Love, One Day At A Time, and her goal to tell stories that embrace the joy within underrepresented groups. ► LISTEN TO POP CULTURE PLANET Shop: https://www.teespring.com/stores/kaymaldo Anchor: https://anchor.fm/kristen-maldonado Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7AtF9ZNmui1cUeOQU0VZ2j Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pop-culture-planet/id1525827008 RadioPublic: https://radiopublic.com/pop-culture-planet-GEVrng Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/pop-culture-planet-1 PocketCasts: https://pca.st/qr5fmsu2 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/popcultplanet Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/popcultplanet ► MEET OUR GUEST Gloria Calderón Kellett Twitter: https://twitter.com/everythingloria Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gloriakellett ► LET'S BE FRIENDS Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/kaymaldo1 Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/kaymaldo Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kaymaldo TikTok: https://m.tiktok.com/h5/share/usr/224009218184642560.html Pop Culture Planet Podcast: https://anchor.fm/kristen-maldonado Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/critic/kristen-maldonado/movies Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/kaymaldo My Website: http://www.kristenmaldonado.com ► FOR BUSINESS INQUIRIES: kmalvado@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kristen-maldonado/support

The Source
Texas' new Alzheimer's research center zeroes in on the disease's disproportionate impact on Latinos

The Source

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 24:15


How will Texas' new research center aid national efforts to improve diagnosis and care, and find ways to treat and prevent Alzheimer's and related dementias, in Latino populations?

Press Play with Madeleine Brand
National Women's Soccer League: Abuse allegations, pipeline problem, lack of diversity

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 50:22


In the National Women's Soccer League, four coaches have been ousted who were accused of verbal and emotional abuse, creating a toxic work environment for women, and sexually coercing players. The league's commissioner also stepped down this month. “The big question here is: Who can they find to really take this league and make sure players are safe, make sure the league stays alive?” says Molly Hensley-Clancy, sports investigative reporter for The Washington Post. Following the massive oil spill in Orange County, waters are still closed to the fishing industry. Rodger Healy has worked in the commercial lobster industry for 34 years, and he says lobster catchers in Dana Point will probably lose hundreds of thousands of dollars.  Today President Biden announced that the Port of Los Angeles is going to operate around-the-clock to try to ease the supply chain issues. Meanwhile, the president's approval ratings are dropping quickest among Black and Latino voters, according to the Pew Research Center.

Advanced Spanish Latino
Advanced Spanish Latino - 252 - International news from a Spanish perspective

Advanced Spanish Latino

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 8:16


- Los Papeles de Pandora desatan una tormenta política en Latinoamérica - Nicolás Maduro quita seis ceros al bolívar - México reclama piezas prehispánicas subastadas en Alemania - El tiempo corre en contra de Taiwán - La mala racha de Mark Zuckerberg

Uncommon Women
Helping Hands With Dr. Beatrice Villarreal

Uncommon Women

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 50:48


Dr. Beatriz Villarreal is the first Mexican student to receive a doctoral degree in education from the University of San Diego since, her arrival in the USA in 1984. She had always been interested in helping and working with Latino people that led to receiving an award from the Mexican consulate, San Diego, for leadership in helping the Latino Community back in 2012. Her assistance experience brought her to light that 70% of Latino children were in jail. After the impactful advisory program “Spectrum Program” of providing support and education to children in Juvenile Hall, she decided to start working on preventing the side through her project and started “Mano a Mano foundation”. This organization is a non-profit foundation with an experience of over 25 years to provide support and education to Latino families. They offer an array of conferences encompassing a variety of educational topics regarding healthy parenting and prevention of drug abuse not only to people in the USA but also to Latin American Countries. 

The Rick H. Show with Craze & Jaylah
Latino? LatinX? Hispanic? (Season X Episode 3)

The Rick H. Show with Craze & Jaylah

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 56:09


The 3rd episode of Season X Finale also the 125th of the shows History. Rick, Craze and Eli Jas will discuss the differences between Latino, LatinX, Hispanic and Latine. Rick brings up some stories that have been in the news like Kyrie Irving, Gabby Petito, Jon Gruden's emails and Demi Lovato's comments. http://www.TheRickHShow.com Follow us on Instagram @TheRickHShow @UptownLiveMedia @RickHierro @BXCraze @TheRealEliJas @TriestProductions @WadsworthEntGroup @LatinPodcast Twitter @TheRickHShow Hashtags #TheRickHShow #SeasonX #PodcastForever #MoreThanAPodcast #Podcast #ForTheCulture

Habitual Routine
Lap 5: Latinos Running with Maria Solis Belizaire

Habitual Routine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 22:33


For our fifth episode of Season 3, we chat with Maria Solis Belizaire. Maria is the founder of two nationally known run clubs; Latinos Run and Latinas Run. Launched in New York City, Latinos Run is an international organization that promotes running as way to improve physical and mental health in the Latino community and has a global audience serving over 25,000 runners. Latinas Run was created as a safe space for Latinas to connect and inspire each other through running or other fitness related activities. This free group is a platform to empower one another and have healthy dialogues and is open to women of all colors and backgrounds. We chat with Maria about how an unbought URL inspired a club that now serves tens of thousands of people, how representation is a catalyst for movement, and why she believes the TCS New York City Marathon is the best marathon in the world. Follow Maria. Follow Latinos Run. Follow Latinas Run. Thanks to Volvo Cars for supporting this episode of the podcast. Register today for the Virtual TCS New York City Marathon and Run for Volvo Cars Sweepstakes. Whether you participate in-person or virtually, you can enter for the chance to win your dream Volvo. Learn more at www.runforvolvocars.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/habitualroutine/message

The Bay
Unpacking the Rise in Gun Violence

The Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 17:08


In 2020, homicides in the Bay Area increased by about 25%, according to a Guardian analysis of census and state data. Many of those deaths involved guns. The majority of people killed were Black and Latino, and some of the largest increases took place in Oakland, Vallejo, and Stockton. We don't yet know all of the reasons why this increase occurred, but many local practitioners of gun violence prevention point to factors like economic hardship, and the closures of important community spaces during the pandemic. Guest: Abené Clayton, lead reporter of The Guardian's ‘Guns & Lies in America' series Read Abené's full piece in The Guardian This episode was produced by Ericka Cruz Guevarra and Kate Wolffe, and hosted by Alan Montecillo.

On My Way to Wealth
087: Growing Up Latina with Lyanne Alfaro

On My Way to Wealth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 40:24


In this special Hispanic Heritage Month Edition episode, Luis speaks with Lyanne Alfaro. Lyanne tells stories about what's next in the world of technology, business, and entrepreneurship. With more than a $2.6 trillion GDP, she is especially passionate about exploring the Latino influence in the world of business, which she speaks about via newsletter, podcast and platform; Moneda Moves.   She is an award-winning journalist, having reported in national outlets including CNBC, NBC Latino, Business Insider, Millie Magazine, and worked on audience engagement as well as strategy. By day, she is supervising producer and social media content director at Nasdaq where she tells stories about the future of market technology and business.   Notes:   In this episode, Luis and Lyanne talk about the following and more:   The power of Latinos at large  How the diverse Latinx communities influence the world of money The growing success of Latino businesses  Access to capital in the Latinx community    Resources: LatinXcellence, more than a brand, it's a movement!  Lyanne Alfaro's Website Lyanne Alfaro's IG Moneda Moves Newsletter Moneda Moves IG Moneda Moves on Apple Moneda Moves on Spotify Adelante Nasdaq Conference Registration Link Luis' LinkedIn Luis' Twitter Luis' Instagram

Latin American Spanish
News In Slow Spanish Latino #436 - Study Spanish While Listening to the News

Latin American Spanish

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 3:04


Comenzaremos la primera parte del programa hablando de la reunión del viernes pasado entre altos funcionarios de Estados Unidos y México para acordar iniciativas bilaterales; y de las medidas que tomará Facebook para proteger el Amazonas. Hablaremos también de un estudio que indica que el consumo de carne ha disminuido un 17% en el Reino Unido en los últimos 10 años; y para finalizar, de la sugerencia de Hellmann's de agregarle mayonesa al café.    Hoy en Trending in Latin America hablaremos del legado de la cantante argentina Gilda. Cerraremos la emisión hablando de la opinión de los habitantes de Latinoamérica sobre las estatuas de Cristóbal Colón. - México y Estados Unidos acuerdan iniciativas bilaterales - Facebook toma medidas para proteger el Amazonas - Considerable reducción del consumo de carne en el Reino Unido - Hellmann's sugiere ponerle mayonesa al café - Recordando a la cantante Gilda, figura de devoción en Sudamérica - América Latina y las estatuas de Cristóbal Colón

St. Aidan's Anglican Church, Kansas City - weekly talks
A Vision For Latino Ministry - The Harvest Is Coming - Fr. Gene Flanery 10.10.21. Mp3

St. Aidan's Anglican Church, Kansas City - weekly talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 26:43


Fr. Gene Flanery shares his vision for Latino Ministry in Kansas City, Kansas, as part of the mission of his church: THE MISSION OF ST. LUKE - LA MISIÓN DE SAN LUCAS. St. Aidan's partners with LA MISIÓN DE SAN LUCAS in benevolence needs and volunteers for English as a Second Language Classes. If you sense a prompting to help in any way, contact Fr. Gene via their website: https://www.missionofstlukekc.org/

I.E In Friends
Ep. 31 - Do You Need Friends? Not being Enough, Trust Issues & More!

I.E In Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 143:32


TheDoveGuy flew in and we got pretty deep! Great conversation about how we feel inside we also almost got canceled towards the end lmao it's not IE in friends if we're not almost getting canceled! Also Cesar couldn't make it due to a family emergency but no worries he is ok! Follow our guest! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_thedoveguy/ https://thedoveguy.com Listen to Sunday Scaries here! https://linktr.ee/IEinFriends Hoodies almost sold out! ieinfriends.com Subscribe to us Patreon for exclusive episodes! https://www.patreon.com/ieinfriends Follow I.E In Friends here: https://shor.by/ieinfriends00:00:00 - Intro00:01:29 - Types of Doves00:02:35 - Spiritual Doves00:03:38 - How do the doves no where to go00:10:08 - Female clout chasers00:12:05 - Not wanting to waste peoples time00:16:26 - Different types of friends00:19:48 - Do you really need friends?00:25:05 - People don't care about your problems *00:27:30 - Having yes men around you *00:28:48 - Making friends is hard with Trust issues00:32:57 - Having fans on the podcast00:35:35 - The Bar game plan00:40:06 - Sharks are closer than we think00:44:53 - Explaining Global Warming00:48:45 - We live inside a caprisun pouch00:51:23 - Should the rich pay taxes00:57:20 - What do you look for in a girl00:58:33 - Why do we post on social media01:01:43 - Tweeting depressing tweets *01:06:41 - It's hard to say I love you *01:23:49 - Jenny6901:41:27 - Having a kid in Croatia01:44:09 - Would you hook up with a married person01:48:36 - Not being enough01:58:45 - Finding the love of your life01:59:46 - Kill F- Marry - Movie Monsters*02:08:45 - Kill F- Marry - La llorona, La Chilindrina, La india María02:11:45 - Patreon Shout Outs02:17:54 - Outro02:21:11 - Sunday Scaries

CPA Review & More
Latino representation in accounting with Arthur Garcia (Part 1)

CPA Review & More

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 30:28


In the first part of this two-part episode, Phil speaks with Arthur Garcia, a tech leader, co-founder and COO of SOMOS and co-founder of Contabi Alliance. Arthur talks about his work with Contabi Alliance that connects with Latino accounting professionals. He also discusses what he's doing to educate future generations of Latino CPAs and bridge the gap between accounting professionals, CPAs and its partners.

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast
Beau Blankenship, ”If you don‘t succeed, you don‘t eat”, Former Running Back for Jacksonville Jaguars & Real Estate Advisor on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #193

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 19:48


Beau Blankenship, "If you don't succeed, you don't eat", Former Running Back for Jacksonville Jaguars & Real Estate Advisor shares his story on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #193 Beau Blankenship was a professional football player who used the discipline he learned on the field and transferred it to building a successful real estate business on the Florida coastline. He tells how he went from being a player on a team to being the "coach" for his team now and the lessons he learned along the way. More About Beau Blankenship:  “My name is Beau Blankenship and I've had the wonderful privilege of enjoying the unique, eclectic lifestyle of the 30A scenic highway for over 16 years as my family vacationed here year after year. Knowing the potential of this surrounding area, I have always had a passion for increasing awareness to the significance of investing smart, and placing your hard earned money where it counts and where it will thrive. My zeal for Real Estate has multiplied over the years and I now own ENGEL & VOLKERS in Santa Rosa Beach FL upon completing my professional football career.   As a former Running Back and Track and Field member, the discipline I acquired as an athlete translates in how I perform for my clients. By delivering originality, enthusiasm, leadership, and die-hard dedication, any of my clients are certain to be in good hands. Raised in the charming town of Norman, Oklahoma I've learned the value in building and maintaining solid relationships. I actively listen to my client's needs and wishes including the ones they don't verbally acknowledge and do my utmost best to meet those needs. I practice an open-door policy to make you feel comfortable and ensure you have a responsive, transparent, personalized experience and will work diligently to deliver the best selling or buying opportunities in the scenic 30A area. Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to earn your trust with this significant investment.” About Michael Valdes:  Michael Valdes is the President of eXp Global. He is currently the only Latino President of a publicly traded real estate company in the country (Nasdaq: EXPI). In his first year of joining, he has led a team that has opened 12 countries in 12 months without ever getting on a plane which is a feat that has never been done in the industry. This model has successfully touched the lives of thousands of people across the globe and given them an opportunity to change their lives. Michael was the former Senior Vice President of Global Servicing for Realogy Corporation. In that role he oversaw the international servicing platform for all Realogy brands including Century 21, Coldwell Banker, ERA, Better Homes & Garden, Corcoran, Climb and Sotheby's International Realty in 113 countries. He had been with Realogy in a variety of roles for 15 years. Prior to that, Mr. Valdes was Director of Private Banking at Deutsche Bank for a decade where he oversaw a book of business of just under $1 billion. He has the distinction of being the first Director in the United States of Latino descent. Mr. Valdes is the Chair of the AREAA Global Advisory Board and co-host of the 2020 AREAA Global Luxury Summit. He is also a current member of the NAHREP Corporate Board of Governors. Additionally, he is a the Executive Chair of eXp Latino and former member of the Realogy Diversity Board as well as the Executive Chair of the ONE VOZ, Hispanic ERG. He is a former Board Member of Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach as well as the Shanti Organization in San Francisco. Michael was also a Board Member of Pink & Blue for 2, an organization started by Olivia Newton-John to promote breast and prostate cancer awareness. Michael is also the host of "The Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind" podcast which focuses on interviewing global leaders in the industry. It is currently distributed in over 90 countries and has over 10 million impressions. He is also a current member of the Forbes Real Estate Advisory Council. He currently resides in New York City and has a home in Miami.

Lessons Earned
1. Deborah Santiago on Latino student success

Lessons Earned

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 26:25


A college or university can be deemed a "Hispanic Serving Institution" if at least a quarter of its students are Latino. But Deborah Santiago, co-founder and CEO of Excelencia in Education, says serving Latino students is about more than just enrolling them. It's about supporting their journey through college graduation and into the workforce. We talk to Deborah about the Seal of Excelencia, and along the way, we learn about her own journey as a military brat and first-generation college student.

Lead With Your Brand!™
S2E39 : Accessible Healthcare on Brand, Dr. Ilan Shapiro, Medical Director, Health Education and Wellness, AltaMed

Lead With Your Brand!™

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 43:11


In the final week of Hispanic Heritage Month, Jayzen is pleased to welcome Dr. Ilan Shapiro to the show. Throughout his career, Dr. Shapiro has been an outspoken health advocate for the Hisapnic community and has worked tirelessly to create health policy that is both accurate and accessible. During and before the COVID-19 pandemic, he's been a featured commentator on CNN, NBC, Univision, Telemundo and EstrellaTV and other international channels to share critical evidence based information for the community. Currently, Dr. Shapiro serves as AltaMed's Medical Director of Health Education and Wellness, helping to create and implement programs and services that expand access to care and improve outcomes for the community. Early in his career, after graduating as Honorary Valedictorian with his medical degree, he worked for the Mexican Secretary of Health as the liaison between Mexico and the World Health Organization (WHO). Dr. Shapiro was recently recognized by the City of Los Angeles, the California State Assembly and the Los Angeles Times en Español as a one of the Héroes de la Pandemia. Guest Bio Ilan Shapiro, MD Medical Director, Health Education and Wellness, AltaMed Dr. Shapiro is a tireless advocate for health care equality, with a deep affinity for innovation and public health policy, especially relating to the Latino population. Currently, Dr. Shapiro serves as AltaMed's Medical Director of Health Education and Wellness, helping to create and implement programs and services that expand access to care and improve outcomes for the community. One of his biggest accomplishments at AltaMed has been the development of a dedicated AltaMed health and wellness facility. The center uses the latest technology, as well as traditional evidence-based principles and a hands-on approach, to teach members healthy habits relating to nutrition, fitness, and chronic condition management, a reflection of the combination of technology and innovation efforts to bridge new offerings for underserved communities. As part of his educational efforts, he has been featured on CNN, NBC, Univision, Telemundo and EstrellaTV and other international channels to share critical evidence based information for the community. After graduating as Honorary Valedictorian with his medical degree, he worked for the Mexican Secretary of Health as the liaison between Mexico and the World Health Organization (WHO). He has created binational public health programs to improve the health of Hispanic communities on both sides of the border. In 2011, he was invited to join the White House Hispanic Policy Group and help educate and raise awareness for the Affordable Care Act and continue serving as an Advisor for the Foreign Affairs and Health Mexican Ministries. Dr. Shapiro is also a recent recipient of the Othli Award, an honor presented by the Consul of Mexico to recognize individuals working to improve the lives of Mexican nationals living in the United States and abroad. In addition to his work at AltaMed, Dr. Shapiro serves on the Board of Governors at L.A. Care Health Plan. He currently acts as the regional director for the National Hispanic Medical Association. Links To learn more about Lead With Your Brand and the Career Breakthrough Mentoring program, please visit: LeadWithyYourBrand.com To book Jayzen for a speaking engagement or workshop at your company, visit: JayzenPatria.com

Latino USA
From Locatora Radio: Faketinas

Latino USA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 44:33


Throughout the year, Latino USA will begin to feature podcasts from independent Latino and Latina creators as a way to shine a light on the work they do by passing the mic on to them. The first show we are featuring on our feed is Locatora Radio—an independent podcast based out of Los Angeles that blends humor, pop culture analysis and interviews with artists to engage listeners in nuanced discussions about feminism, sexual wellness, arts and culture for a modern Latinx audience. In this episode of Locatora, hosts Mala and Diosa dive into the topic of “Faketinas,” or a person without roots in Latin America who masquerades as Latinx in order to obtain jobs, scholarships, titles and opportunities meant for people of Latin American descent.

LIFE IS FULL OF deissy's
Honoring Latino Heritage with Norma Ayala

LIFE IS FULL OF deissy's

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 33:40


On this week's episode we honor or Mexican roots by honoring all Latinos. What started as a conversation to honor Hispanic heritage month led us to a realization of it being Latino Heritage month. Tune in to find out why and so much more. We also speak on feeling out of place as immigrant kids growing up in America and having an identity crisis due to that. We also dive into defining Latino/a, Hispanic, Latinx, Latine and Afro-Latino and what these truly mean and represent. We conclude with embracing what we both bring as Latinas and fellow Mexicanas. Y'all vamonos and join in on the convo and we pose a question that we really need some answers to. As always thank you for the continued support! Don't forget to subscribe and follow us on Instagram at Life is full of deissy's. You can also email me at hellodeissy@gmail.com Love what you're listening to! Rate us on Apple Podcast and leave a review, I truly do appreciate it to help us grow!

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
Pop music's 'Latin Explosion' of 1999

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 34:01


In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Latino artists like Ricky Martin, Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira ruled the pop charts. But who was that so-called "Latin Explosion" actually for, and what were the business considerations behind it? In the third part of our series exploring crossover in pop music, we examine how this supposed boom turned out to be more of a marketing creation, which evaporated when digital streaming entered the picture. You can follow us on Twitter @NPRItsBeenAMin and email us at samsanders@npr.org.

Beat Latino with Catalina Maria Johnson
BEAT LATINO: It's October and this music is new!

Beat Latino with Catalina Maria Johnson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021


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Beat Latino with Catalina Maria Johnson
BEAT LATINO: Latin Grammys 2021!

Beat Latino with Catalina Maria Johnson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021


Beat Latino with Catalina Maria Johnson
BEAT LATINO: Latine Artists Repping Nuestras Ciudades

Beat Latino with Catalina Maria Johnson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021


KUNC's Colorado Edition
Independent redistricting commission; Latino history in Northern Colorado

KUNC's Colorado Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 27:34


On today's episode of Colorado Edition, we hear about the new congressional map that was recently approved by the state's independent redistricting commission. We also talk to a Fort Collins resident about her century's worth of family history in Northern Colorado.

Happy Life Studios Podcast
Episode 5: HeadTails HL281

Happy Life Studios Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 24:20


During a coin toss we say "heads or tails", but the truth is every coin has 2 sides. Every coin has heads AND tails. If a coin only has a heads OR tails it's not a coin. The same is true with our lives; we all have a good side and a bad side, a positive and a negative The larger the plus, the larger the minus. So what we need to do is celebrate the good and learn from the bad.Here is the link of the coin toss clip we used in the beginning of the episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmxb9FhiMaAContact usEmail: Podcast@HappyLife.StudioVoicemail: (425) 200-HAYS (4297)Webpage: www.HappyLife.lol Facebook: www.Facebook.com/HappyLifeStudios Instagram: www.Instagram.com/HappyLife_Studios Twitter: www.Twitter.com/HappyLifStudios YouTube: www.YouTube.com/StevoHaysIf you would like to help us spread the HappyPayPal: www.PayPal.me/StevoHaysCash App: $HappyLifeStudiosZelle: StevoHays@gmail.comCheck: Payable to Hays Ministries or Steve Hays and send to PO Box 102 Maple Valley, WA 98038

SOS with Molly & Alissa
No.92 ¡Hola Hispanic Heritage!

SOS with Molly & Alissa

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 23:29


National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates U.S. Latinos, their culture, and their history. We get into some statistics and interesting facts about our country's cultural makeup and the melting pot that it truly is, reflect on the many faces of colorism, and highlight some incredible Latinx-owned businesses to consider with your almighty capitalist purchasing power!Charity/Non-Profit:Hispanic Heritage FoundationEstablished by the White House in 1987, the Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) is an award-winning nonprofit that identifies, inspires, prepares, and positions Latino leaders in the classroom, community, and workforce to meet America's priorities. HHF is focused on assisting “a Latino to help hundreds more” through a unique cycle of leadership built on a high-profile, year-round continuum of sustainable programs, including the Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards, Latinos On Fast Track (LOFT), Hispanic Heritage Awards, and Public Awareness Campaigns.HHF promotes cultural pride, accomplishment, and the great promise of the community through public awareness campaigns seen by millions. hispanicheritage.orgFollow us on IG & Twitter @thesospodSubscribe and review on Youtube, iTunes, Spotify, Google, and more.We're on Patreon :)...here's to turning meltdowns into magic!

This Latina Needs Therapy Too
LA NIÑA QUE PIDIÓ CAMBIARSE DE TUMBA

This Latina Needs Therapy Too

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 31:14


Hola! SPOoOoKY SZN is in full effect. We are so excited to announce the new segment for the month of October! For the entire month we will dedicate the pod specifically on your favorite Latino leyendas!This week's leyenda is about la niña que pidió cambiarse de tumba.....we dived into her story & discussed a little bit of Las Momias de Guanajuato. Comment below any leyendas that you would want us to talk about on the pod. Don't forget to LIKE, COMMENT, and SUBSCRIBE on YouTube!

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! 

Alt.Latino
Alt.Latino Unpacks the Latest Music News, Including Latin Grammy Drama

Alt.Latino

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 36:11


An eclectic round-up of all the current happenings across the Latin Music world. Listen to conversations with Juanes, José González, Yosmel Montejo, as well as a run-down of the Latin Grammy nominations drama. This kind of chisme you don't want to miss.

Keepin It 100 with Konnan
K100Talks...Dave Chappelle's new Netflix special

Keepin It 100 with Konnan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 22:42


On the sixth episode of K100Talks...the crew discusses Dave Chappelle's new Netflix stand up special, and the backlash from the transgender community, plus GLAAD, the executive producer of "Dear White People," and more. Plus, stand up yesterday vs. today, Tommy Dreamer's situation, an issue on Vince Russo's YouTube, Latino and Latinx, and Native American inspired sports team names!Get Interactive on Twitter @Konnan5150 @TheRealDisco @MaskedRepublic @JFFeeney3rd @TheCCNetwork1 @K100Konnan Check out our Patreon site at Konnan.me and Patreon.com/Konnan for extra audio, FULL AD FREE episodes, exclusive video, listener roundtable discussion shows, weekly watch-a-longs, call in shows with Konnan and DI, plus so much more!

DJcity Podcast
DJ MEANA (Latino Mix)

DJcity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 28:10


DJ MEANA is an open format DJ. Follow DJ MEANA on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meanaofficial See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

In The Thick
ITT Sound Off: Media Controversies

In The Thick

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 21:27


Maria and Julio give a brief update on the latest in Congress. Then they get into the outage across Facebook's platforms this week and the congressional testimony from whistleblower, Frances Haugen. They also talk about the scandals emerging around Ozy Media, and the Pandora Papers leak.ITT Staff Picks: Billy Perrigo reports for Time Magazine about Facebook's decision to shut down its civic-integrity team, and the reckoning that followed. Read more from Lauren Williams, CEO of Capital B, about the scandal surrounding Ozy Media, via New York Times Opinion.Elías Camhaji reports about the Spanish and Latino artists revealed in the Pandora Papers in this piece for El País. Photo credit: AP Photo/Richard Drew See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.