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Chicano, Mexican, Mexican American, Central American and South American people’s issues, Current events, news, trends, political climate, style, fashion, food, music and love. Everything related to our culture and identity as an indigenous people’s in the modern age. Keywords: Latino Podcast, Latin Podcast, Hispanic Podcast, Spanish.
 
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Chino Y Chicano

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Chino Y Chicano

Enrique Cerna-Matt Chan

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A couple of retired guys that spent their careers making television dish on the good, bad and ridiculousness of life for people of color in America. They tear apart the news of the week, explore the complexities of race, and talk to people far more interesting than they will ever be.The Chino is Matt Chan, who made his mark in the cable television industry by creating the hit reality series “Hoarders”.The Chicano is Enrique Cerna, a long time Seattle broadcast journalist who managed to survi ...
 
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Chicano Mundo

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Chicano Mundo

Sigifredo Jimenez

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Chicano Mundo podcast is about Chicano culture. From music to art to the gentes, Chicano Mundo dives into the vast and rich culture that Chicano brings to society. As a first generation American, I felt the Pressure of keeping my Mexican identity, and accepting American culture. it wasn't until my early teen years I leaned towards Identifying myself as a Chicano. I fell in love with Chicano hip-hop, and as I grew older I started learning about the history of Chicano. From the Mayans and Azte ...
 
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ChicanoCast

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ChicanoCast

Fernando Amador

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

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Chicano Squad

Vox Media Podcast Network

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Forty years ago, Houston's Latino community was plagued by discrimination, police violence and a growing number of unsolved murders. With tensions between police and the community at their peak, five young officers were placed in an audacious experiment: A new all-Latino homicide squad, with little training and few resources, assigned to solve the city’s most vicious crimes. Chicano Squad tells the true story of these men, their divided loyalties, and a city on the brink.Hosted by Cristela A ...
 
‘MUSIC is not Everything, but without MUSIC…..Everything is Nothing..!’ Chicano (* 17. August 1990 civil name Manuel Clauss) is a German DJ, remixer and music producer from Berlin. He plays a mixture of melodic, driving Deep House, Tech House and Techno. Artist Name The pronunciation of his pseudonym “Chicano" is used both in German and American. The idea of his stage name came from his numerous tattoos, all of which were engraved in the so-called ‘Chicano style’ Biography Chicano, grew up i ...
 
History podcasts of Mexico, Latina, Latino, Hispanic, Chicana, Chicano, Mexicana, Mexicano, genealogy, mexico, mexican, mexicana, mexicano, mejico, mejicana, mejicano, hispano, hispanic, hispana, latino, latina, latin, america, espanol, espanola, spanish, indigenous, indian, indio, india, native, native american, chicano, chicana, mesoamerican, mesoamerica, raza, podcast, podcasting, nuestra, familia, or unida are welcome here. If it has to do with the history of America, California, Oregon, ...
 
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The Chino Y Chicano talk Apple Cup past and present with legendary college quarterbacks Sonny Sixkiller and Jack Thompson. Sixkiller starred for the University of Washington Huskies in the early 70s, becoming a Seattle icon and making the cover of Sports Illustrated. Jack Thompson made his mark as the Throwin Samoan in the mid-70s for Washington St…
 
Reading a poem from Matt Sedillo helped me realize we are indeed the same. A verse in one of his poems read.... "Like me and you... We are made of Stars!" Poetry is Powerful and Beautiful at the same time. I believe Matt brings excitement in rare form. Promoting Chicano Art and Gente should be a Core Value of all Chicanos let alone one of the few P…
 
It has been a tumultuous year for Pat Chun. The WSU Athletic Director joins the Chino Y Chicano to talk about the Rolovich ordeal, the changing landscape of college sports, and what his mother thinks of him being the only Asian American athletic director of a Power 5 school.Enrique Cerna-Matt Chan による
 
Toshiko Hasegawa and Hamdi Mohamed made history when they became the first women of color to be elected to the Port of Seattle Commission in its 110 year history. They join the Chino Y Chicano to talk about their decision to run for office, the challenges, the racism they faced, and what they hope to bring as newcomers to the Port of Seattle Commis…
 
Jon Gruden resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders after emails detailed by the New York Times revealed he used misogynistic and homophobic language to disparage people. Gruden is now suing the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodall claiming the emails were leaked to force him out of the league. Shortly after Gruden resigned, the Chino Y Chican…
 
Althea Chow has been a Seattle school teacher for 20 years. But whether she will continue to teach is up in the air. Miss Chow, as she is known in the classroom, is taking off this school year. As she tells the Chino Y Chicano, the physical and emotional toll of teaching during the Covid-19 pandemic have her pondering a future away from the classro…
 
It’s that time again for Jalame-el-weenie! We kick it off with a little Halloween treat before any tricks. This year, the raza tells us their stories de miedo in their own words plus we shuffle on about them and other pendejadas. Scary?… creepy?… Maybe. Special thanks to all the raza that submitted your stories! Thanks for listening and stay safe……
 
Since June, vaccination rates among Latinos in Washington state have increased from 45 to 60 percent. But that still lags behind the overall state vaccination rate of 72 percent. On this episode, Dr. Leo Morales of the University of Washington tells the Chino Y Chicano that amid the progress, there are still challenges in vaccinating the state’s La…
 
In this episode Sigifredo looks into how much aztec he is, or if he is part of a different tribe. Sigifredo look at where his parents are from, and how much native tradition we carry with us today. https://youtu.be/p2e0fIy7Wg4 https://youtu.be/DXafrHyLNwY https://youtu.be/Yh3lKA1J_S4 https://youtu.be/wq9XMbqVHQQ…
 
Are Chicanos Revolutionary? Are Chicanos Radical? Some ask... What happened to Chicanos? What happened to the activism of El Movimiento? Why have we taken a step back? Chicanos have advocated for social and political empowerment of Los Pueblos aqui in El Southwest Estados Unidos for a National Voice & Identity throughout the 20th century, but what …
 
"No one is bigger than the university." Those are the words of former WSU and NFL quarterback Jack Thompson on the firing of WSU Head Football Coach Nick Rolovich for refusing to meet a state mandate and get vaccinated for Covid-19. Thompson joins the Chino Y Chicano to talk about the Rolovich firing, the impact on the players, the university, and …
 
Up Against the Mob is CAFE’s six-episode series, hosted by former prosecutor Elie Honig, that lifts the veil on the world of the mafia and law enforcement’s efforts to bring mobsters to justice. Episode 1 tells the story of Michael Visconti. Once a rising star in the Genovese crime family, Visconti decided to leave the mafia and become a cooperatin…
 
Sadly, misinformation is alive and well in America today and it is posing a huge threat to our democracy. How did we get here? Why are we so gullible? The Chino Y Chicano take up those questions and more with Kolina Koltai, a Postdoctoral Fellow with the Center for an Informed Public (CIP) at the University of Washington. Kolina studies how groups’…
 
in today's episode, Sigi dives into how chicano culture is not influential to this era of Chicano, Mexican, and latino people. We don't see any Chicano's culture, stilo, or lingo in the art. from music to content creators it is missing, but when it comes to comedy in FOOism it is alive, which could be a bit of a problem. press play to find out more…
 
Victor Mariachi is representing Chicano Hip-Hop 4 Raza str8 out of Atlanta. Our interview was interesting... gives an outside view on what drives a Rap Artist in present day society through a Chicano paradigm. Attempting to fill a void in the Hip-Hop Community is a strong means of expression for Chicanos. His talent & perserverence I believe is par…
 
Maria Estrada is running for California State Assembly District 63. This district encompasses (9 cities) part of the Gateway Cities region southeast of Los Angeles. The primarily suburban district consists of an L-shaped strip extending from Bell and Maywood in the northwest to Hawaiian Gardens in the southeast. It is southeast Los Angeles County –…
 
Kind of made it to 4 years. Kind of, because we had to do this event one week before the actual 4 years but that's neither here, nor there. Once again, thanks raza. We can't say thanks enough for listening to our pendejadas, year after year. The messages, comments, and well, pretty much you just listening, keeps us going. We Appreciate it un chingo…
 
We have a shorter episode for you this week for various reasons. If you must know, one, we are planning next week's event; two, scheduling conflicts; three, the Zoom connection wasn't great and the delay was bad. So, now you know and that adds up to a short episode. Is it a good episode or bad? Only you would know.Stay safe raza.…
 
Is Capitalism a hierchy of Exploitation? Is Imperialism hiding itself as a government model called Capitalism? Is this pyramid of wealth a criminal monopoly or ponzi scheme of investors using the government or legal system as protection? Do we realize Marx criticized this system and warned the world of its destruction by the hands of a few? Where w…
 
That hyphen in the phrase “Mexican-American” may look small, but it’s actually a vast landscape of culture and identity, that hyphen is me that hyphen is us, CHICANOS. Join me raza as we explore this rich and chingon place. Honesto. Dinámico. Irreverente. Ardiente. Proud to be part of the My Grito Industries label celebrating Chicano culture via mú…
 
James Burn is the former station manager of King County Television and a close friend of the Chino Y Chicano. When he retired, he surprised us with the news that he was moving to Peru. We're not sure if it was something Matt said or that James wanted to endure a pandemic in a foreign country. We find out in this episode.…
 
We have a more serious discourse with sprinkles of pendejadas this time around. Starting off with insects of all things, then various financial chingaderas, which lead into a healthy discussion on salary. Plus the announcement of our 4 Years of Pendejadas event.Stay safe raza!Chicano Shuffle による
 
Republican voter suppression is happening across the country. The GOP touts it as protection against election fraud, but it is clearly intended to limit the growing power of brown voters amid the nation’s changing demographics. The Chino Y Chicano go deeper into this blatant effort to undermine democracy with Seattle based author, historian, former…
 
On this episode, the Chino Y Chicano talk with former KUSA news reporter Lori Lizarraga, one of the three Latinas whose contracts were not renewed by the Denver station over the past year. Lizarraga detailed the conflicts the three endured at 9News in an article she wrote for the Denver publication Westword. The article raised serious questions abo…
 
Fights on airplanes, arguments over wearing a mask, white people calling police unnecessarily when a person of color shows up in their neighborhood and road rage incidents that end in gunfire. That is just some of the bad behavior going on these days as the lack of civility in American society seems to be out of control. On this episode of Chino Y …
 
King 5 News anchor Joyce Taylor joins the Chino Y Chicano for a candid conversation about the racial justice protests, diversity in the newsroom, and her 36 years in broadcast journalism. Taylor is an Emmy and now Peabody award winning journalist. Recently, she and her King 5 News colleagues won the prestigious Peabody for Facing Race, a 13-part se…
 
Girmay Zahilay joins the Chino Y Chicano to talk about his first year and a half on the King County Council. It has been a rollercoaster of crises from Covid-19 to police violence and racial justice protests, a growing homelessness and gun violence problem and now a re-opening of the state as vaccination efforts continue. Zahilay reflects on a coun…
 
Finally back amongst people at our first public event since 2019! This episode was recorded back at Artfest, where we hung out with old and new friends. Be warned, the audio is rough as it was live at an event with people, music, and raffles... and people!Our guests: host Randy from Keeping the Culture Alive... Imani from host of Subcultural... and…
 
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