Americans of ancestry from Spain and Latin America
Meet Carolina. She's the founding CEO of The Elevate Prize Foundation, a global purpose-driven nonprofit that serves to amplify social impact and empower passionate problem solvers, leaders, and innovators. Latinos hold just 1% of foundation and not-for-profit CEO positions and less than 10% of program officer positions, yet Hispanics represent 20% of the U.S. population. Join us to make good famous
Live from the no panic zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice— I am Fierce and Fearless— I am here to tell the truth—I mean lets be honest—somebody has to—And—I'm the guy— Here are three big Things you need to know right now— ONE— New York's soon to be former Governor Kathy Hochul is spending all of her time—trying to turn a mass shooting into a gun confiscation party— TWO— Nancy Pelosi's meds are clearly out of whack right now—I can tell because she is standing in front of people—calling Joe Biden a great President and predicting victory in November— THREE— Whether its record high gas prices or mom's desperately searching for formula—America has seen enough of Joe Biden and the socialist clowns in Washington— Every indication—whether it's the mass exodus of Latinos from the Democrats—or Republicans accounting for 61% of all voters so far this primary season—its clear—the walls are tumbling down on this incompetent ship of fools— Lets start here—
Live from the No Panic Zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice—God Bless America—God Bless You and let's do this! This is the Steve Gruber show— the Ultra MAGA express train to truth! Get on let's roll! Here are three big things you need to know right now— ONE— Here is something to think about—the Disinformation Board from the government—outlasted the Disinformation board from cable news—better known as CNN+ TWO— The biggest challenge Democrats are facing is the massive collapse of support from Latinos—more polling shows once again—they are the least likely to vote blue— THREE— If you were driving by a gas station this week and thought well—it cannot get much worse—I am sorry to say—BUT yes it can— The incompetence of Joe Biden and his clown parade of inept socialists—can take us far deeper into the hole they have been digging—And I will be getting to that in just a moment—but first lets review some of the things they have been able to accomplish in the first 16 months of being in control of Washington— As I mentioned and you already know—gas and diesel prices have been setting record high prices for days—and now weeks on end—the latest national average—is edging up toward $6 a gallon—and several major banks and triple A are all predicting now that we will pass that unenviable milestone by August— Of course we have the ongoing baby formula crisis—that Joe Biden said would have taken a mind reader to catch in time—even though his team was warned about it first in September last year—and HHS says they have been on top of from ‘day one'— The war on Free Speech has been ongoing—and despite a minor setback to the progressives with the suspension of the Governments disinformation board—they will certainly re-group with their Big Tech friends and find new ways to censor all of us—and the information we are able to get too— Violent crime is out of control—the border is open—wide open and that is going to get exponentially worse by next week—when the Democrats will ignore everyone from Border Patrol to fellow border state Democrats and end title 42—which will create the biggest surge of illegal aliens in American history— Joe Bidens team has also overseen the biggest explosion in drug overdoses and deaths—suicides—and the worst mental health crisis of all-time— It really is quite a list—BUT I am sorry to say—the worst is still coming—which I have been telling you for awhile—food shortages will arrive sometime later this year—and will extend far beyond baby formula—and Americans realize the scope of the problem as they brace for a major recession— BUT here is the new epic problem—that I have been predicting for years—and it will soon arrive—the darkening of America—due to a lack of energy— A brand new report from the North American Electric Reliability Corporation—a regulatory body that oversees America's electrical grid—is now flat out predicting a summer of blackouts for the West and the Upper Great Lakes regions— The reason? Simple—terrible energy policies that began under Barack Obama—were stalled under Donald Trump—but have been accelerated by Joe Biden— The new report is clear—and reads in part—quote “its clear the risks are spreading… because the pace of our grid transformation is out of sync.” Simply put—coal fired power plants and nuclear power plants are being taken off line far too fast—and at such a pace that we are simply not able to build enough windmills—solar farms—or battery storage facilities—to come close to providing what the demand will be— So what is the Biden Administration doing to address the problems that are being predicted by so many? It seems they are actually embracing the idea of destroying American energy—and picking up speed—
Joanna and Jenny discuss FEAR, from stage fright to the monster-in-the-closet, how phobias and anxiety are different, why the ability to be afraid is a biological safeguard, ways that fear manifests in modern times, and what happens when some people are unable to sense fear.
Juan de Dios: un cáso de éxito que hoy celebra su 5to aniversario. Una marca de moda colombiana que hace tres años participó del Pitch to LAFS como una de las propuestas emergentes de la región, hoy es una de las firmas de swimwear más reconocidas de América Latina. En este podcast junto a su fundadora y directora creativa María Valencia, podrás conocer la evolución de Juan de Dios y todos los pasos que llevaron a su marca derecho al éxito.
En este episodio de la serie Madre Tierra, Natalie López nos cuenta la historia y el trabajo de Carlos Ochoa, director de política nacional de Azul, una organización que trabaja con la comunidad latina para conservar y proteger el océano. Si quiere ver una transcripción del episodio visite este episodio en nuestro sitio web. Para más información, visite la página web de Azul. -------------- Para más estadísticas e información detallada sobre cómo la comunidad latina es afectada por la inequidad ambiental recomendamos que consulte estas investigaciones: Asthma and Hispanic Americans, 2021 More than 25 million drink from the worst US water systems, with Latinos most exposed, 2021 Los latinos beben el agua de los peores sistemas de la nación, 2021 PM2.5 polluters disproportionately and systemically affect people of color in the United States, 2021t Most U.S. Latinos say global climate change and other environmental issues impact their local communities, 2021 L.A. County Vulnerability Assessment, 2021 Making Justice40 a Reality for Frontline Communities, 2021 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elnuevosol/message
What's happening today: Man killed during O.C. church attack was shot while charging gunman; Expert says shooters often don't keep their racist and violent views secret; L.A. County, FAA asked to put a 30-day Hold on all flights out of Whiteman airport, in Pacoima pending safety review; Half of Latinos surveyed said they haven't received info about casting ballots in primary. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Support the show: https://laist.com
Los delincuentes suplantan frecuentemente los perfiles de redes sociales de latinos en Australia para estafar a sus seres queridos. En SBS Spanish grabamos una llamada con un estafador que se hace pasar como funcionario de una aerolínea y hablamos con expertos que dan consejos para estar seguros en línea.
To Chola or not to Chola? A discussion on the inner culture war of how Latinos are portrayed online and in Hollywood. We discuss both sides and what is the right answer to this? With featured guest Samantha Najera- Actress, and Co-Founder and Producer of the Bean and Chisme Show.
¿Alguna vez has tratado de donar tu sangre en Australia? Quizás, si lo has intentado, conocerás que existen restricciones bien estrictas sobre ciudadanos provenientes de ciertos países de América Latina a la hora de donar sangre para transfusiones en este país. Sin embargo, ¿conoces las razones detrás de estas restricciones?
Active shooter in Buffalo shoots 13 #PaytonGendron #Buffalo #HateCrime #Tops #ConklinNY #Manifesto A teenage gunman entranced by a white supremacist ideology known as replacement theory opened fire at a supermarket in Buffalo on Saturday, methodically shooting and killing 10 people and injuring three more, almost all of them Black, in one of the deadliest racist massacres in recent American history. The authorities identified the gunman as 18-year-old Payton S. Gendron of Conklin, a small town in New York's rural Southern Tier. Mr. Gendron drove more than 200 miles to mount his attack, which he also livestreamed, the police said, a chilling video feed that appeared designed to promote his sinister agenda. Shortly after Mr. Gendron was captured, a manifesto believed to have been posted online by the gunman emerged, riddled with racist, anti-immigrant views that claimed white Americans were at risk of being replaced by people of color. In the video that appeared to have been captured by the camera affixed to his helmet, an anti-Black racial slur can be seen on the barrel of his weapon. The attack, at a Tops Friendly Market in a largely Black neighborhood in east Buffalo, conjured grim comparisons to a series of other massacres motivated by racism, including the killing of nine Black parishioners at a church in Charleston, S.C., in 2015; an antisemitic rampage in a Pittsburgh synagogue in 2018 that left 11 people dead; and an attack at a Walmart in El Paso in 2019, where the man charged had expressed hatred of Latinos. More than 20 people died there. In the Buffalo grocery store, where four employees were shot, the savagery and planning were evident: Mr. Gendron was armed with an assault weapon and wore body armor, the police said. And his preferred victims seemed clear as well: All told, 11 of the people shot were Black and two were white, the authorities said. “It was a straight up racially motivated hate crime,” John Garcia, the Erie County sheriff, said. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support
En este episodio de la serie Madre Tierra, Kimberly Chacón nos cuenta la historia y el trabajo de Daniela Martínez, diseñadora de paisaje de la organización Amigos de los Ríos. Si quiere ver una transcripción del episodio visite este episodio en nuestro sitio web. Para más información, visite la página web de Amigos de los Ríos. -------------- Para más estadísticas e información detallada sobre cómo la comunidad latina es afectada por la inequidad ambiental recomendamos que consulte estas investigaciones: Asthma and Hispanic Americans, 2021 More than 25 million drink from the worst US water systems, with Latinos most exposed, 2021 Los latinos beben el agua de los peores sistemas de la nación, 2021 PM2.5 polluters disproportionately and systemically affect people of color in the United States, 2021t Most U.S. Latinos say global climate change and other environmental issues impact their local communities, 2021 L.A. County Vulnerability Assessment, 2021 Making Justice40 a Reality for Frontline Communities, 2021 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elnuevosol/message
According to Unidos US, More than 62 million Latinos live and work in the U.S. and contribute about $2.7 trillion to the economy. Although they have helped keep businesses running throughout the height of the pandemic, they continue to experience disproportionate impacts of the crisis, including food insecurity. Alejandra Gepp, Health Programs Director for UnidosUS talks with me about food insecurity and how federal nutrition programs like The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, SNAP can help families in need.
According to Unidos US, More than 62 million Latinos live and work in the U.S. and contribute about $2.7 trillion to the economy. Although they have helped keep businesses running throughout the height of the pandemic, they continue to experience disproportionate impacts of the crisis, including food insecurity. Alejandra Gepp, Health Programs Director for UnidosUS talks with me about food insecurity and how federal nutrition programs like The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, SNAP can help families in need.
#1- Latin American Cops on the tourist trail have learned some new tricks: What this means for Gringos, expats and tourists… #2- The “Google Translate” crutch: At first you thought it was a godsend right? Well sorry folks, it ain't. #3- The truth about those scruffy little “hole in the wall” mechanic shops: They are very cheap but can you trust them to do a good job? #4- How has inflation affected labor costs in Latin America? #5- Some Macho hombre (man) rules for gringo men to consider while in Latin America: #6- Latinos and their unspoken but deep-seated internal prejudices: #7- Do you want to get into the exploding Crypto-currency world but don't feel quite confident enough to dive in? Our own Captain Mango has developed a unique one-on-one Crypto consulting and training service (he's been deep into crypto since 2013). To get started, email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org #8- Be sure to pick up my newly updated, "LATIN AMERICAN HEALTHCARE REPORT": The new edition for 2022 (and beyond) is available now, including the latest "Stem Cell Clinic" info and data and my top picks for the best treatment centers for expats and gringos. Just go to www.ExpatPlanB.com and click on the "Latin American Healthcare Report”.
En este episodio de la serie Madre Tierra, Juan Herrera nos cuenta la historia y el trabajo de Javier Rodríguez, voluntario de Comunidad en Movimiento de la Misión de Dolores. Si quiere ver una transcripción del episodio visite este episodio en nuestro sitio web. Para más información, visite la página web de Comunidad en Movimiento. -------------- Para más estadísticas e información detallada sobre cómo la comunidad latina es afectada por la inequidad ambiental recomendamos que consulte estas investigaciones: Asthma and Hispanic Americans, 2021 More than 25 million drink from the worst US water systems, with Latinos most exposed, 2021 Los latinos beben el agua de los peores sistemas de la nación, 2021 PM2.5 polluters disproportionately and systemically affect people of color in the United States, 2021t Most U.S. Latinos say global climate change and other environmental issues impact their local communities, 2021 L.A. County Vulnerability Assessment, 2021 Making Justice40 a Reality for Frontline Communities, 2021 Ethnic disparities in air pollution exposure, 2019 Latino Communities at Risk: The Impact of Air Pollution from the Oil and Gas Industry, 2016 Nuestro Futuro: Climate Change and U.S. Latinos, 2016 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elnuevosol/message
(note: time stamps are without ads & may be off a little)This is part 2 of our story about Heriberto Seda, aka The New York Zodiac. So if you haven't listened to episode 1 yet, go on back and listen to it and we'll meet you right back here.First, we recap episode 1 (09:42) and then we get back into the timeline (11:51). Then, we get into the investigation & arrest (23:48), "Where are they now?" followed by our takeaways and what we think made the perp snap (51:00). As usual we close out the show with some tips on how not to get murdered and our shout outs (01:01:48). This episode was researched & scripted by Minnie Williams.Thanks for listening! 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We just might read your email or play your voicemail on the show!Want to Support the show?You can support the show by rating and reviewing Fruitloops on iTunes, or anywhere else that you get your podcasts from. We would love it if you gave us 5 stars!You can make a donation on the Cash Apphttps://cash.me/$fruitloopspodOr become a monthly Patron through our Podbean Patron pagehttps://patron.podbean.com/fruitloopspodFootnotesArticles/WebsitesMurderpedia. (n.d.). Heriberto Seda. Retrieved 04/06/2022 fromhttps://murderpedia.org/male.S/s/seda-heriberto.htmCurry, J. (06/25/1990). 3 Weeks Later, A Victim Shot By 'Zodiac' Dies. The New York TImes. Retrieved 04/07/2022 from https://www.nytimes.com/1990/06/25/nyregion/3-weeks-later-a-victim-shot-by-zodiac-dies.htmlWikipedia contributors. (03/23/2022). Heriberto Seda. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 04/08/2022 from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heriberto_SedaRichardson, L. (06/22/1996). Suspect Is Charged in 4 Zodiac Cases in Queens. The New York TImes. Retrieved 04/11/2022 from https://www.nytimes.com/1996/06/22/nyregion/suspect-is-charged-in-4-zodiac-cases-in-queens.htmlToy, V. (05/15/1998). Man Said to Be Zodiac Killer Becomes Enraged at Trial. The New York TImes. Retrieved 04/11/2022 from https://www.nytimes.com/1998/05/15/nyregion/man-said-to-be-zodiac-killer-becomes-enraged-at-trial.htmlToy, V. (06/25/1998). Brooklyn Man Is Guilty In Three Zodiac Killings. The New York TImes. Retrieved 04/11/2022 from https://www.nytimes.com/1998/06/25/nyregion/brooklyn-man-is-guilty-in-three-zodiac-killings.htmlMcQuillan, A. Marzulli, J, and Siemaszko, C. (06/19/1996). Gunman admits to serial shootings. Daily News. Retrieved 04/11/2022 from https://www.newspapers.com/image/491758915/?terms=%22Heriberto%20SEDA%22&match=1Moogan, O. (06/19/1996). Cops: NY's 'Zodiac' killer in custody. UPI Archives. Retrieved 04/11/2022 from https://www.upi.com/Archives/1996/06/19/Cops-NYs-Zodiac-killer-in-custody/9737835156800/Stout, D. (06/20/1996). THE TRAIL OF 'THE ZODIAC';Tracking a Killer. The New York TImes. Retrieved 04/11/2022 from https://www.nytimes.com/1996/06/20/nyregion/the-trail-of-the-zodiac-tracking-a-killer.htmlThe Daily Times. (06/20/1996) Zodiac's spree left a city in fear. Retrieved 04/11/2022 from https://www.newspapers.com/image/722331596/?terms=%22Heriberto%20SEDA%22&match=1Kelinfield, N. (06/20/1996). THE TRAIL OF 'THE ZODIAC': THE OVERVIEW;Police Say Zodiac Suspect Admits Attacks That Killed 3 and Hurt 5. The New York TImes. Retrieved 04/12/2022 from https://www.nytimes.com/1996/06/20/nyregion/trail-zodiac-overview-police-say-zodiac-suspect-admits-attacks-that-killed-3.htmlLiu, B and Furse, J.. (08/06/1994). Nabe is hostage to slay history. Daily News. Retrieved 04/15/2022 from https://www.newspapers.com/image/474332042/?terms=%22Patricia%20Fonte%22&match=1Mooney, M. (06/20/1996). Cops had the slay suspect pegged. Daily News. 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Bombs in Zodiac's plans, cops charge. Daily News. Retrieved 04/15/2022 from https://www.newspapers.com/image/491831974/?terms=%22Heriberto%20SEDA%22&match=1Murphy, W. (07/23/1998). Zodiac's penance. Newsday. Retrieved 04/15/2022 from https://www.newspapers.com/image/707641934/?terms=%22Heriberto%20SEDA%22&match=1The Firearm Blog. (05/30/2019). Improvised Firearms (Zip Guns) – Like Grandpa Used to Make. Retrieved 04/17/2022 from https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2019/05/30/improvised-firearms-zip-guns-like-grandpa-used-to-make/HistoryWikipedia contributors. (04/14/2022). New York City. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 04/14/2022 from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York_CityWikipedia contributors. (10/31/2021). Hispanics and Latinos in New York. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 04/14/2022 from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hispanics_and_Latinos_in_New_YorkWikipedia contributors. (04/12/2022). Hispanic and Latino Americans. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 04/14/2022 from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hispanic_and_Latino_AmericansNYC-ARTS the complete guide. (2022). Hispanic Heritage in New York. Retrieved 04/14/2022 from https://www.nyc-arts.org/collections/32768/hispanic-heritage-in-new-york-2BooksCrowley, K. (2003). Sleep My Little Dead: The True Story of the Zodiac Killer. 256 pp. St Martin's Paperbacks. Retrieved 04/08/2022 from https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/234841.Sleep_My_Little_DeadPodcastsChalmers, Phil. 11/11/2021. Heriberto Seda “The Copycat Zodiak.” Where the Bodies Are Buried.Retrieved 4/14/2022 from https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8zODlkMDdhMC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw/episode/ZDlhYjc4NWEtNDMzMC0xMWVjLThjMDYtZGZmOGMyMDJkNWE0?ep=14Demayo, Mark and Cannon, Bill. 12/18/2020 Real Crime Episode # 12 Part #2 with retired Nypd Chief Joe Herber. Police Off the Cuff With Mark Demayo and Bill Cannon. Retrieved on 4/14/22 from https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy85MGNlYWRjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz/episode/YTZlOGQ2NjgtNzczZC00ZWE2LTllODUtZjBiN2UzYTAxZDZm?ep=14Demayo, Mark and Cannon, Bill. 12/19/2020 Real Crime Episode # 12 Part #3 with retired Nypd Chief Joe Herber. Police Off the Cuff With Mark Demayo and Bill Cannon.Retrieved 4/14/22 from https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy85MGNlYWRjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz/episode/MzM5Yjg3NDctOTQ0MS00MmVlLWJlNzQtNTdhOTEyNGQ0MmQ2?ep=14Demayo, Mark and Cannon, Bill. 12/20/2020 Real Crime Episode # 12 Part #4 with retired Nypd Chief Joe Herber. Police Off the Cuff With Mark Demayo and Bill Cannon. Retrieved on 4/14/22 from https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy85MGNlYWRjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz/episode/MDYyMjBhNDctMzljYy00YjkwLTlkMmQtZGRiY2RkYmE1Mzk2?ep=14True Crime Couple. 2/27/22. Episode 123: The Zodiac Copycat of NYC | Heriberto Seda. Retrieved 4/15/22 from https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzQ5MTQ3MjcucnNz/episode/dGFnOmF1ZGlvYm9vbS5jb20sMjAyMi0wMi0yNzovcG9zdHMvODAzODgwNA?ep=14True Crime Couple. 3/13/22. Episode 123: The Zodiac Copycat of NYC | Heriberto Seda Part II. Retrieved 4/15/22 from https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzQ5MTQ3MjcucnNz/episode/dGFnOmF1ZGlvYm9vbS5jb20sMjAyMi0wMy0xMzovcG9zdHMvODA0NjY1Mg?ep=14VideoS8 E25 Forensic Files: Sign of The Zodiachttps://youtu.be/JdooNFsqhqcHow Not to Get MurderedDamsel in Defensehttps://damselindefense.net/Music“Abyss” by Alasen: ●https://soundcloud.com/alasen●https://twitter.com/icemantrap ●https://instagram.com/icemanbass/●https://soundcloud.com/therealfrozenguy●Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License“Drugs”, “Gotta Get It” & “Torey” by AruloMixkit Stock Music Free Licensehttps://mixkit.co/free-stock-music/trap/“Furious Freak” by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3791-furious-freakLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Connect with us on:Twitter @FruitLoopsPodInstagram https://www.instagram.com/fruitloopspodFacebook https://www.facebook.com/Fruitloopspod and https://www.facebook.com/groups/fruitloopspod
Jenny and Joanna record Live and In Person at the 2022 LATINO COMICS EXPO at the Museum of Latin American Art, where they speak to co-founder Ricardo Padilla about the importance of a Latino comics expo existing, co-founder Javier Hernandez about his comic series EL MUERTO: THE AZTEC ZOMBIE and his process to teaching art, and Kayden Phoenix about her creation A LA BRAVA, a Universe of Latina Superheroes.
Could Republicans make gains with minority voters? The GOP is certainly optimistic because President Biden's favorability ratings have fallen sharply among Blacks and Latinos in recent weeks. But Sarah Isgur from The Dispatch has a new piece outlining why getting those traditional Democratic constituencies to flip their votes is probably going to be harder than candidates realize. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In a 32-minute podcast, Roberta talks with nationally-known artist Justin Favela about his recent show at Paradigm Gallery, which, like much of his work involves creating piñatas that subvert the genre to comment on issues in the world relating to treatment of Latinos and indigenous peoples, both historically and contemporaneously.
La innovación es su Norte y la conmovdedora historia de las mujeres de su familia, lo que la impulsa a hacer de su arte un proyecto con impacto positivo. En nuestra última conversación en The LAFS Podcast junto a Annaiss Yucra, la diseñadora peruana ganadora del Pitch to LAFS en la categoría Proyecto de Impacto Positivo, la misma nos cuenta los detalles acerca de su entrada al Metaverso, recuerda las manifestaciones más impactantes de su marca, y narra la conmovedora historia de las mujeres de su familia. ¡No te lo pierdas!
En este primer episodio de la serie Madre Tierra, Andrea Peña Reyes nos cuenta la historia y el trabajo de Azeneth Martínez, coordinadora de la organización Nature for All (Naturaleza para todos). Si quiere ver una transcripción del episodio visite este episodio en nuestro sitio web. Para más información, visite la página web de Nature for All. -------------- Para más estadísticas e información detallada sobre cómo la comunidad latina es afectada por la inequidad ambiental recomendamos que consulte estas investigaciones: Asthma and Hispanic Americans, 2021 More than 25 million drink from the worst US water systems, with Latinos most exposed, 2021 Los latinos beben el agua de los peores sistemas de la nación, 2021 PM2.5 polluters disproportionately and systemically affect people of color in the United States, 2021t Most U.S. Latinos say global climate change and other environmental issues impact their local communities, 2021 L.A. County Vulnerability Assessment, 2021 Making Justice40 a Reality for Frontline Communities, 2021 Ethnic disparities in air pollution exposure, 2019 Latino Communities at Risk: The Impact of Air Pollution from the Oil and Gas Industry, 2016 Nuestro Futuro: Climate Change and U.S. Latinos, 2016 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elnuevosol/message
Guest host Diane Pierce sits with Steve Hilton for his first weekly visit on KMJ as the discussing touches on several topics including the SCOTUS abortion leak, California's demographics and how Latinos and Blacks are leaving the Democratic party and heading to the Republican Party, immigration issues, crime and more! The Supreme Court has voted to strike down the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, according to an initial draft majority opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito circulated inside the court and obtained by POLITICO. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Con su noveno álbum de estudio "Viajante", Fonseca celebra 20 años de carrera. No te pierdas este recorrido en el que cantante y músico colombiano nos comparte los detalles de todas y cada una de las canciones que forman parte de su nueva producción.
When a classmate in junior high school told Julissa Arce, an immigrant from Mexico, that she sounded like a white girl, she took it as a compliment. “Sounding like a white girl gave me a false sense of security. Having an accent said I was from someplace else; sounding like a white girl fooled me into thinking I could belong in the United States,” she writes in her new book, “You Sound Like A White Girl: The Case for Rejecting Assimilation.” Writer, speaker, and immigration rights advocate, Arce became well known after publishing her first book, “My (Underground) American Dream,” about her experience working for Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs even though she was undocumented. In her latest release, she eviscerates the idea that through assimilation, anyone can be successful and accepted in America. In reality, she argues, assimilation functions as a tool of white supremacy. We talk with Arce about what it means to reject assimilation and how Latinos and other people of color are reclaiming their identities.
The Tiarras have been playing together since they were just little girls, but they've been sisters forever. The band is arguably best known for writing and performing catchy tunes that dive into themes of Latina empowerment, self-love and they're not afraid to get political. On this episode of Latino USA, these hermanas tell us more about the role sisterhood plays in their creative process and why they hope their art and journey inspires future generations of Latinos and Latinas.
Aunque la mayoría de los afrolatinos se identifican como hispanos o latinos, no todos lo hacen, según las nuevas estimaciones del Pew Research Center. Los resultados del censo de 2020, muestran que 1.2 millones de personas de todas las edades se identificaron como latinos y negros, sustancialmente por debajo de los 6 millones de adultos afrolatinos estimados usando el método de Pew Research Center.
Today's Guest: Nilsa Alvarez In September of 2015, Nilsa came on board as Regional & Faith Director for the Republican Party of Florida in preparation for the Presidential, Senate, & local races for the 2016 Elections and went on to manage the Hialeah Campaign Office for then- candidate Donald J. Trump on behalf of the GOP. After the 2016 elections, Nilsa continued to serve the state party as a liaison to RECs in 15 different counties, training them in grassroots, voter registration techniques to commit the vote, and help lead the state in registration metrics and community engagement with Project Majority Red led by State Representative Blaise Ingoglia. During that time, Nilsa became the NC's go-to trainer for the Republican Leadership Initiative where she trained emerging Republican chapters such as the Asian GOP and the National Committee of Romanian American Republicans. In 2018, Nilsa managed the Broward County Campaign Offices for the FL mid-term elections, representing all Republican nominees down the ballot with a field team that contributed towards a victorious outcome for Governor Ron DeSantis, Senator Rick Scott, and many others. As of 2019, she serves as an Independent Political Strategist and Project Manager alongside a team of Christian political operatives at Footprint Ideas LLC for several conservative political organizations such as: The Faith & Freedom Coalition, Bienvenido, Latinos for Tennessee, volunteered as the State Coordinator for Evangelicals for Trump TN, and serves the great state of Tennessee as a member of Governor Bill Lee's Hispanic Advisory Board while serving as part of the Governor's Economic Recovery Group during the 2020 pandemic. ————————————————————————————— Help us fund the operation here: www.ToddCoconato.com/give Get up to the minute news here: www.Remnant.News Download our new app at www.ToddCoconato.com/app Follow Pastor Todd here: www.toddcoconato.com/findme Go to our store for special deals for Remnant Warriors here: https://remnant.news/hanews/deals-for-remnant-warriors/
May 3, 2022 — The Board of Supervisors is holding a budget workshop today in preparation for budget hearings on June 7th and 8th. At the hearings, community organizations will have an opportunity to make a case for why they should receive a portion of a $16.8 million award from the federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), intended to alleviate the long-term impacts of the pandemic. Though the United States Treasury Department urged local governments that received the funds to engage the public in deciding how to allocate them, public outreach has been minimal so far. And although the deadline for allocating the money is a year and a half away, organizations providing direct services to those who've been hardest hit may have only a few leftovers after the budget hearings, according to Interim CEO Darcie Antle, who spoke to KZYX on April 27. “Currently, we're under the Board's direction to look internally first,” she said. “And then when the Board considers the 22-23 budget, if there's funds available and left over, depending on how they want to spend this ARPA money, there could be opportunities. And I know obviously one of their priorities is public safety, which includes fire.” Close to five million dollars of the award has already been obligated, some of it to the Community Foundation and North Coast Opportunities, which used it to provide food and childcare during the pandemic.* A little over $60,000 went to upgrade the audio and telecom systems in the Board of Supervisors chambers to allow for more accessible hybrid meetings. But another $266,000 was spent on remodeling the chambers, plus $40,000 for an automatic door system,and $35,000 is slated for the purchase of seven metal detectors. Eduardo Garcia is the senior policy manager at the San Francisco-based Latino Community Foundation, a statewide organization that advocates for the civic and economic power of Latinos, many of whom continue to be disproportionately affected by the fallout of the pandemic. The Foundation awarded $1.4 million to smaller Latino organizations around the state advocating for transparency and a public process for the equitable distribution of the one-time funds. Garcia says Mendocino County is not alone. “A lot of these decision makers are using these funds in very questionable ways,” he said. “One troubling trend that we've observed across the state is that city and county leaders are spending these dollars, these flexible, unique dollars designed to help California speed up its health and economic recovery, they're spending this money on police. Which is very concerning, because we know that what our communities need is access to resources to help overcome the hardship that has been the last couple of years.” Antle said with inflation and the loss of cannabis tax revenue, the county budget is lean. “We're currently trying to work with all of our departments to see how we can keep them full,” she said. “Full meaning fully funded for the coming year, without having to take cuts in certain areas. And it is likely that the Board will have to make some difficult decisions.” Garcia wants the public to participate in those decisions, including organizations like UVA, Vecinos en Acción, an inland Mendocino County Latino advocacy group which is the recipient of one of the Foundation's grants. “This is not a simple civic engagement process,” he acknowledged. “And so Vecinos en Accion and non-profit organizations can work with city and county leaders to design a process in which they can collect community input. Obviously providing translation across outreach strategies is critical to reach the hardest to reach communities. There could even be workshops. We have partners in Calexico that helped design community workshops to engage members of the community about ARPA budgeting. So there are a myriad of different outreach strategies that city and county leaders can employ to collect community input. But these processes have to be designed with trusted community members.” Juan Orozco, co-chair of UVA and a Ukiah City Councilman, says UVA is poised to do just that. “We look into health equity, and what is it that the community needs, and we do surveys, and then provide the information to people,” he said. Garcia has seen organizations advocate successfully. “There are city and county leaders in certain parts of the state that have adopted, or that are trying to create more transparent processes,” he said. “And some of that has been the result of community organizing led by Latino non-profit organizations. For example, in Merced, in the city council, an organization called 99 Roots successfully advocated for a one million dollar youth jobs program, designed to essentially invest in the workforce development of young people. Knowing that Latino workers during the pandemic were overrepresented in industries that were considered essential; that maybe weren't paying the very best wages; that were putting workers in very vulnerable situations, right? Earning low wages, taking care of families…Latino women had to drop out of the workforce in really high numbers, because it's very expensive to send your children to childcare when schools are closed.” Garcia expects local governments can look forward to more awards soon, from the federal infrastructure plan and the Community Economic Resilience Fund, a covid recovery program that's still being developed. With a participatory process in place, he believes, “There's so many opportunities to engage the community so that every Californian has an equal opportunity to share in the state's prosperity.” *Molly Rosenthal of North Coast Opportunities provided more detail about the sources of the ARPA funding NCO received and what it was used for. While NCO did receive $1.7 million of American Rescue Plan Act funding, some of it came from state and federal sources to support Head Start and Rural Communities Child Care. The County of Mendocino provided $587,560 of ARPA funds that NCO used the funds to rally more than 250 volunteers for the vaccine clinics, quarantine food delivery, and other pandemic response activities; deliver fresh food boxes to households through the MendoLake Food Hub; and provide financial assistance to households economically-impacted by the pandemic. While applications are now closed for financial assistance, The City of Ukiah's Utility Bill Assistance Program is providing support for Ukiah residents with past-due utility bills of up to $1,000. Visit cityofukiah.com for more information. Photo of a walk-through metal detector courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Walk-through_metal_detector.jpg
Lo esencial que debes saber: NPR y LAist Studios lanzan taller virtual de audio para formar creadores latinos. ¿Son las criptomonedas una buena solución para la monetización de pódcast? ATRESMEDIA nombra director para los pódcast Premium. Xavi Villanueva lanza ‘Podcasting para Principiantes' un nuevo libro para ayudar a comenzar un pódcast. El nuevo productor ejecutivo del pódcast The Daily será el qué antes dirigía This American Life. Condé Nast, anunció durante su presentación en IAB NewFront, varios programas pilotos en audio. Twitter implementa Spaces Analytics para todos los anfitriones y coanfitriones. Substack lanza un nuevo reproductor de pódcast para iOS, herramientas de moderación adicionales y más. ClubHouse ha estado trabajando en las recomendaciones personalizadas para salas en vivo. Spotify está recibiendo propuestas para añadir pódcast de EE. UU. a su directorio. Experto de NPR comparte recomendaciones para evitar problemas al grabar entrevistas en audio. Pódcast recomendado Orinoco sin fin. Una serie de siete episodios que busca hacer de la conservación del Orinoco una conversación de muchos. Narran crónicas, cuentos y ensayos con abundantes sonidos que nos conectan con las luchas y los personajes alrededor de la conservación de la cuenca del Orinoco. Producido por ABC Colombia.
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.
(note: time stamps are without ads & may be off a little) This week Beth and Wendy discuss the case of Heriberto Seda, a Latinx man also known as The New York Zodiac. Seda idolized the Zodiac killer and started a series of his own murders, based on the 12 signs of the zodiac. First, we dive into the setting (12:42), the killers early life (23:15) and the timeline (28:00). As usual we close out the show with some tips on how not to get murdered and our shout outs (41:00). This episode was researched & scripted by Minnie Williams Thanks for listening! This is a weekly podcast and new episodes drop every Thursday, so until next time... look alive guys, it's crazy out there! Sponsors Better Help Get 10% off your first month! Betterhelp.com/fruit Best Fiends Download Best Fiends free on the Apple App Store or Google Play! 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Want to Support the show? You can support the show by rating and reviewing Fruitloops on iTunes, or anywhere else that you get your podcasts from. We would love it if you gave us 5 stars! You can make a donation on the Cash App https://cash.me/$fruitloopspod Or become a monthly Patron through our Podbean Patron page https://patron.podbean.com/fruitloopspod Footnotes Articles/Websites Murderpedia. (n.d.). Heriberto Seda. Retrieved 04/06/2022 from https://murderpedia.org/male.S/s/seda-heriberto.htm Curry, J. (06/25/1990). 3 Weeks Later, A Victim Shot By 'Zodiac' Dies. The New York TImes. Retrieved 04/07/2022 from https://www.nytimes.com/1990/06/25/nyregion/3-weeks-later-a-victim-shot-by-zodiac-dies.html Wikipedia contributors. (03/23/2022). Heriberto Seda. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 04/08/2022 from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heriberto_Seda Richardson, L. (06/22/1996). Suspect Is Charged in 4 Zodiac Cases in Queens. The New York TImes. 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THE TRAIL OF 'THE ZODIAC';Tracking a Killer. The New York TImes. Retrieved 04/11/2022 from https://www.nytimes.com/1996/06/20/nyregion/the-trail-of-the-zodiac-tracking-a-killer.html The Daily Times. (06/20/1996) Zodiac's spree left a city in fear. Retrieved 04/11/2022 from https://www.newspapers.com/image/722331596/?terms=%22Heriberto%20SEDA%22&match=1 Kelinfield, N. (06/20/1996). THE TRAIL OF 'THE ZODIAC': THE OVERVIEW;Police Say Zodiac Suspect Admits Attacks That Killed 3 and Hurt 5. The New York TImes. Retrieved 04/12/2022 from https://www.nytimes.com/1996/06/20/nyregion/trail-zodiac-overview-police-say-zodiac-suspect-admits-attacks-that-killed-3.html Liu, B and Furse, J.. (08/06/1994). Nabe is hostage to slay history. Daily News. Retrieved 04/15/2022 from https://www.newspapers.com/image/474332042/?terms=%22Patricia%20Fonte%22&match=1 Mooney, M. (06/20/1996). Cops had the slay suspect pegged. Daily News. 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(07/11/1996). Bombs in Zodiac's plans, cops charge. Daily News. Retrieved 04/15/2022 from https://www.newspapers.com/image/491831974/?terms=%22Heriberto%20SEDA%22&match=1 Murphy, W. (07/23/1998). Zodiac's penance. Newsday. Retrieved 04/15/2022 from https://www.newspapers.com/image/707641934/?terms=%22Heriberto%20SEDA%22&match=1 The Firearm Blog. (05/30/2019). Improvised Firearms (Zip Guns) – Like Grandpa Used to Make. Retrieved 04/17/2022 from https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2019/05/30/improvised-firearms-zip-guns-like-grandpa-used-to-make/ History Wikipedia contributors. (04/14/2022). New York City. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 04/14/2022 from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York_City Wikipedia contributors. (10/31/2021). Hispanics and Latinos in New York. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 04/14/2022 from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hispanics_and_Latinos_in_New_York Wikipedia contributors. (04/12/2022). Hispanic and Latino Americans. 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Retrieved 04/14/22 from https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy85MGNlYWRjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz/episode/YTZlOGQ2NjgtNzczZC00ZWE2LTllODUtZjBiN2UzYTAxZDZm?ep=14 Demayo, Mark; Cannon, Bill (Hosts). (12/18/2020). Real Crime Episode # 12 Part #3 with retired NYPD Chief Joe Herber. Police Off the Cuff [Audio Podcast]. Retrieved 04/14/22 from https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy85MGNlYWRjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz/episode/MzM5Yjg3NDctOTQ0MS00MmVlLWJlNzQtNTdhOTEyNGQ0MmQ2?ep=14 Demayo, Mark; Cannon, Bill (Hosts). (12/18/2020). Real Crime Episode # 12 Part #4 with retired NYPD Chief Joe Herber. Police Off the Cuff [Audio Podcast]. Retrieved 04/14/22 from https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy85MGNlYWRjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz/episode/MDYyMjBhNDctMzljYy00YjkwLTlkMmQtZGRiY2RkYmE1Mzk2?ep=14 True Crime Couple. (02/27/22). Episode 123: The Zodiac Copycat of NYC | Heriberto Seda. 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Joanna and Hyphenated producer Kevin ruminate on their past experiences with terrible roommates, including one that would steal from Joanna and another that might've sexually harassed Kevin, and try to decipher why the concept of cohabitation with strangers is so odd yet so common.
El hispano suele ser mandón, agresivo y bien grosero, pero qué pasa cuando no tenemos lo que queremos a pesar de esforzarnos para conseguirlo... solo los hispanos reaccionamos de la manera en que te decimos en este episodio.También te contamos las peores maneras de reaccionar a unos cuernos.Y lo que debes hacer en caso de tener un vecino o una vecina que te gusta... Hagas lo que hagas, no le digas a tu pareja.
In this episode of the Dr. B Show Podcast, Dr. B welcomes Erica Sandoval, Founder of Sandoval Collab, President of the National Association of Social Workers - NYC Chapter, host of the Latinx In Social Work Podcast, and author of Latinx in Social Work: Stories that heal, inspire, and connect communities.She shares the realities of Latinx communities with racism and microaggressions and how she empowers them through collaboration and community. Erica discusses limiting beliefs and how giving a voice to Latinx social workers is her way of inspiring others into action as well.HIGHLIGHTSFounding Sandoval Collab amidst the pandemicAuthorship gives a voice to Latinx social workers Bridging the gap through communityLearn the language of money to enter executive spacesQUOTESErica: "I've always been working with clients as a clinician and I decided, you know what, why don't I just take a leap of faith and get my clinical license and really start my own practice especially because there weren't enough mental health providers for Latinos."Erica: "It's lonely and infuriating and exhausting to constantly be aware of race and not have the same be true of white colleagues and professors who overwhelmingly make up the profession. So I found solace with other social workers of color that they validated my experience with racism and microaggressions in the workplace and shared similar sights."Erica: "Erica: "I'm a big, big proponent of training and coaching incredible students and young social workers to ask for raises, to ask for equitable salaries, to really know their worth, to know what their bottomline is, to really understand the language. And if we start speaking that language and supporting each other and not being shy about speaking about money, we're going to be able to enter into these spaces."You can learn more about Erica in the links below.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erica-priscilla-sandoval-lcsw-483928ba/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/latinxinsocialwork/Latinx in Social Work Website: https://www.latinxinsocialwork.com/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/7af9vAkDZEps8NaHBHACqk?si=e234e7a15d6841d1If you're listening to the Dr. B Show Podcast, please subscribe, share, and we're listening for your feedback. You can also learn more about Dr. Jario Borja at http://borjaconsultinggroup.com/.
Welcome to another episode of the Coffee Break Spanish Magazine! This time Mark and Anabel go through a text about bachata, a popular type of Latin music, and discuss its origin and influences. Along the way, we provide explanations about a range of grammar and vocabulary points including: how to use se trata de and trata de to mean 'it's about'; using the prefix des- in words like desamor and deshacer; and using the passive se. To finish, Marina joins Mark to discuss our cherry on top: dar el do de pecho.In each episode of this 10-lesson season for intermediate learners you can build your vocabulary, increase your understanding of grammar and learn to use the Spanish language in a more natural way. This series is aimed at intermediate Spanish learners.There will be a total of 10 episodes of Season 2 of the Coffee Break Spanish Magazine. If you'd like to benefit from lesson notes, transcripts, vocabulary. lists and exercises, you can access the premium version of the Magazine here.Don't forget to follow Coffee Break Spanish on Facebook where we post language activities, cultural points and review materials to help you practise your Spanish. Remember - a few minutes a day can help you build your confidence in the language. Access the Coffee Break Spanish Facebook page here.If you'd like to find out what goes on behind the scenes here at Coffee Break Languages, and access regular language challenges, follow @coffeebreaklanguages on Instagram.For all information on Coffee Break Spanish, visit https://radiolingua.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Were you the first to leave your home country to settle in the USA? Were you the first to go to college? If any of these scenarios, whether you are Latina, or not, hold true for you, then it's important for you to uncover the subconscious cultural narratives that could be affecting you or holding you back today. Today's guest is Valeria Aloe, the author of Uncolonized Latinas: Transforming Our Mindsets And Rising Together. It's an award-winning book that decodes cultural limiting beliefs holding back Latinas from a life of fulfillment and success. This is what a conversation sounds like between two educated and empowered Latinas, who also happen to be moms who want to ensure their kids are not held back by the subconscious cultural narratives we may have inherited. Valeria shares how we can take back ownership in experiencing our own transformative process and reimagine what's possible for us. Learn how we all can contribute to society through our differences. She also shares valuable insights from the 55 interviews that she led upon writing her book. Moreover, if you are on the verge of leaving your high-pressure and inflexible corporate or around-the-clock job, and trying to figure out what's possible now, there's an exit strategy that you can implement at this stage of your life. Remember, you are not alone! I want to help you unlock your ability to imagine what's possible. Join my 15-Minute "Exit" Strategy Session For Working Moms Who Have Decided To Leave Their Traditional Careers To Launch Their Own Thing And Live Life On Her Terms – https://go.oncehub.com/ClientSessionMelissaLlarena. Forward this with a Latina or an ally who wants to better understand the cultural narratives shared by many Latinas and how to navigate them with mutual success. Valeria Aloe's Biography Valeria Aloe is an award-winning author, speaker, and entrepreneur. She is the creator of a bilingual mindset transformation platform for Latinas and other diverse women who are first-generation in academic and professional spaces. Valeria is the author of Uncolonized Latinas: Transforming Our Mindsets And Rising Together, an award-winning book that decodes cultural limiting beliefs holding Latinas back from a life of fulfillment and success. Her book offers powerful insights into unlearning cultural mindsets, not just for Latinas who seek to thrive in their careers and lives, but also for allies whose goal is to become more assertive mentors, and for professionals looking to better serve the Latino market. Her work to empower and elevate the Hispanic community has earned her several awards, including “Top 50 Women in Business in New Jersey in 2020”, “5th most influential Hispanic in New Jersey in 2021” and “Truth and Integrity of the Written Word, by Golden Door Global Awards in 2022.” Highlights Stories: We need to tell our stories. In the Latino culture, oftentimes, what happens in the home stays at home. But there's so much power in knowing where people are coming from. And you have to share your stories to reawaken your imagination. Ally: Consider how you can bring other moms into your tribe. Find people who are in positions of power in the field of your choice. You have so much to learn from them, and they have a lot to learn from you. Limiting belief: One of the commonalities is a shared mindset or the ancestral limiting beliefs that we bring from our culture and that hold us back in addition to the trauma. Indoctrination: You could still be a Catholic but may now have a newer and better understanding of your faith. Control: All of these stories that we have, culturally, even as adults, even though we may feel that we're in control, the collective unconscious that we bring from our culture controls and influences our decisions. Narrative: There are all these cultural narratives in our unconscious of things like feeling inadequate, feeling lacking, and feeling we need to be thankful to be allowed to be in this country. Safety: Many children of legal immigrants, or even parents, insert themselves into the system working very hard but trying to remain invisible because the system was not open and friendly with Latinos coming in. And so they feel it's safer to be invisible. Shame: Many Latinos have a hard time really embracing who we are. And we feel we need to change who we are to be accepted or to belong. And shame is the underlying cause of feeling we need to change who we are. Therapy: There's a stigma in our community with therapy and there is also shame in saying that you go to a therapist because of the stigma. But all of us need to process everything we're going through. Future: Your well-being will dictate the success of the next generation. Children of immigrants help their parents navigate the system. We need to shape them to become leaders. Trauma: At an early age, they have navigated different cultures to communicate with different audiences. But they could have certain traumas that need to be healed as well. Unity: 24% of the Latino community self-identifies as Afro-Latino. And they fall through the cracks because they don't feel they are Latino enough, or they're Black enough. We need to unite as Latinos and rise together. Motherhood: As mothers, there are limiting beliefs from our culture that to be good mothers, we have to be there full-time and make hot dinners every night. But that could be too much and it could lead to burnout. Delegation is important. Time: Find those little moments to sit down and talk with your kids. Have meaningful conversations with them. Self: We forget to put ourselves first to then take care of others. And there is guilt in putting yourself first in our culture and that it's selfish. Team: To be a successful mother and a successful professional is not something you can do on your own. It's a team effort. Mindset: We, as Latinas, need to open our mindsets and create a life that makes us happy individually. Culture: Merge the culture of the heart (nurturing family and friends) and the culture of the mind (results, career progression, numbers). Opportunities: Being willing to discover possibilities. Allow yourself to flow with whatever is present. If you combine this idea of this desire to touch a lot of people with the power of the business mind, you could be the master of scale. If you enjoyed this conversation, check out these episodes with similar themes: Should College Pedigree Matter? Apparently Not. First-Generation College Graduate And Lifelong Educator Alicia Jackson-Warren Makes The Case Hiring Managers Need To Hear, Episode 53 Jane Egerton-Idehen, Nigerian-Based STEM Advocate & IT Executive, Speaks About Gender Equality in the Workplace and How to Discover and Use Your Voice, Episode 38 Links to continue to learn from: Website: www.uncolonizedlatinas.com and www.abundanciaconsciente.net Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/valeriaaloe/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/valoe Book: Uncolonized Latinas: Transforming Our Mindsets And Rising Together FREE DOWNLOAD Want to grab your free copy of the Courage Makerspace (™) Playbook? Download the courage-building playbook for mompreneurs here: www.melissallarena.com/courage Boost your courage in 7-days using the exact courage design tools that have worked for both me and my clients. Grab your free playbook instantly so that you can discover how to: Figure out what makes you tick Be more accountable and not procrastinate Overcome imposter syndrome Stop caring about what others think Progress despite self-doubt Manage anxiety Ask for help You will have a step-by-step playbook to help you finally fulfill your life purpose! Do not miss out on this free opportunity as it will not be available for long. Want to continue the conversation? Find me on Instagram! You can read my daily mini-blogs for moms with big business dreams centered on the same three topics that my podcast features: creativity, courage, and curiosity. I believe that without all three it would be impossible to solve the challenges we were each uniquely made to solve. Wouldn't you agree? I'm easy to find on Instagram @melissallarena Rather keep it professional? Let's connect on LinkedIn. I encourage every single podcast listener to connect with me.
On this episode, our dietetic students had the pleasure of interviewing Diana Mesa. Diana is a registered dietitian certified as a Diabetes Care and Education Specialist well known for using cultural competency, food freedom, and social determinants of health as foundations in her practice. She runs a private practice called En La Mesa Nutrition in which she works mostly with Latinos and Cubans. She will also start a new role as a Senior Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist which we will learn about in this episode. This conversation will give the Dietetics Next's audience a new perspective on nutrition education and cultural competence in the spectrum of diabetic patients.