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Latinx On The Rise is a podcast focusing on conversations with high achieving Latinx movers and shakers. Under the current political climate, the Latinx community continue to be relegated by being told what and who they are with little space to share perspective of our own stories. From queer identity to Afro-Latinidad we are constantly reminded there is little room for our stories to reach the masses. Latinx On The Rise has changed that landscape with representation of all kinds of Latinx- ...
 
My Latinx Life, is an exploration of my journey to learn, educate, and highlight Latinx, BIPOC, marginalized leaders in a comfortable setting similar to your mom’s kitchen. We will explore passion projects, community movements, intersectionality, culture, history, and mental health all with a leadership lens. An overarching theme and topic will be relationships how we build them, foster growth, and when to step away since interactions are built on some type of relationship.I invite you to jo ...
 
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us. Let's get real, queer, talk about religion, our upbringings, and all the things that make us who we are. Who are we beyond labels and representation in media and politics? Please join me while I get to know people's stories of resilience, passion, and perseverance despite all odds. Follow me on Instagram and Facebook @thelatinxidentityprojectIf you like what you hear, be sure to leave a review and subscribe t ...
 
Break the stigma of mental health as it relates to the Latinx community. Learn self-help techniques, how to support ourselves or those around us that struggle with mental illnesses and create cultural competency for other providers working with the Latinx population.
 
This bi-weekly podcast is dedicated to cultivating the uplift for Latinx/a/o communities in higher education. Too often, the assets that we bring from family, home, and community are disregarded and ignored in higher education. La Profesora, Dra. Michelle Espino Lira, talks with students, faculty, administrators, and community activists about the ways we can push against oppression in higher education and society at large. By focusing on the ways in which we can uplift our gente to and throu ...
 
Bienvenidos and welcome to Weird Latinx Podcast! My name is Aly Miles and I want to take you on a strange journey through the THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NOCHE: true crime, the paranormal, urban legends, supernatural phenomena, and other weirdness from Latin America and the Latinx diaspora. Come along with us and creep it weird.
 
We believe that by sharing LatinX stories we can help dissolve cultural bias and stigmas presented by mainstream medias. Through this podcast we aim to create a space where we can share who we are, where we are and how we got here. We also encourage LatinX individuals to be involved in their community, educate our audience against LatinX stereotypes in order to help understand our culture and assist in engaging LatinX culture in our every day surroundings. We aim to share these journeys. Enc ...
 
LatinX Point of View Podcast is brought to you by 2 LatinX individuals having great conversations on relevant topics through a cultural lens. On here we will talk about various topics and issues ranging from Entertainment, Culture, Business, Government and Social Justice. We hope that you’ll join us every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month for new episodes of LatinX Point of View.
 
"A little birdy told me..." The Alliance of Latinx Theater Artists of Chicago exists as a nexus for the thriving landscape of Latinx theater artists in the Chicagoland area. This is the podcast for that community. We strive to be a resource to discover the people of the Latinx Theater Community, discover the work of those people, and to collect the stories and experiences of the Chicago Latinx Theater Community.
 
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We talked with Majo Molfino, a Latinx author, designer, and women’s leadership expert. She is the author of Break the Good Girl Myth and host of the HEROINE podcast featuring top female leaders, creatives, and visionaries. She has a master’s in learning, design, and technology from Stanford University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a mi…
 
Tragos is a card game inspired by cultura! Carolina Acosta is the brains behind the operation and she shared with us how she became an accidental entrepreneur. How many times have you played "American" card games and don't know a what a word means or who the card is referencing. Even with Heads Up I've felt lost as to who or what I was describing. …
 
In this first part of my chat with Natalie Garcia PR GRL at GRL Collective, we learn who Natalie is, what has brought her to where she is today, and what that means for her. A journey that starts as 1st generation Mexican American in California straddling Mexican culture while living in the United States and what that meant for her personal identit…
 
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project. This is a podcast where we tell stories for us, by us. I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes Today’s guest is Kayla Nedza. Kayla is a certified international health coach and holistic nutritionist. Kayla is dedicated to helping women of color prioritize their mind, body, an…
 
Dr. Chavez is the Director of Mental Health at Caminar, Inc. and an expert in Substance Use Disorders. This is one of two episodes focusing on diagnosis, treatment and how Latinx dealing with this chronic illness can access effective treatment options. We explore some case studies to help our listeners understand how to access treatment and/or advo…
 
Why is it that knowledge about healthcare is radical? There are huge inequities in healthcare, something that was exhasterbated and fully exposed during COVID. However, Ivelyse Andino saw this writing on the wall far before COVID. She created Radical Health, the first Latina-owned-and-operated Benefit Corp in NYC. Radical Health gives an underserve…
 
We talked with Leandro Senna (he/his), a former Designer Lead at Apple where he worked for 7 years, Senna also has a huge experience in graphic design working for agencies. In the beginning of his career, Senna worked at Volkswagen assembling cars when he was based in São Bernardo, Brazil. In this episode, we’re talking about sabbatical. This is a …
 
Dr. Chavez is the Director of Mental Health at Caminar, Inc. and an expert in Substance Use Disorders. According to a report from the American Addiction Center, 11% of tech workers have admitted to using illegal drugs. About 60% have used marijuana and 20% of the workers that they surveyed have used painkillers. Dr. Chavez talks about treatment opt…
 
In today's episode I spoke to Jeanette Escudero an employment lawyer in Florida and author of The Apology Project. "Doing it all," is a societal pressure inflicted on women. Some how, we just follow along, putting the pressure of the world on our shoulders. We speak about her book, The Apology Project, it's a novel about Amelia Montgomery a Chicago…
 
In our founder series, we talk about Miguel’s extensive experience in brand development, marketing and customer experience for Fortune 500 companies and purpose-led ventures. He shares how he works with startups, companies and individuals in identifying and focusing on the intersection between culture, community & purpose. https://colabworks.co/ ht…
 
Last week I took a last minute trip to Chicago to help my dad move out of our childhood home. It was an emotionally difficult trip because my dad and uncles built the house. So many little things around the house were handcrafted by my dad. My mom decorated every corner of the house, so to take down curtains and move furniture out was sad. In other…
 
We talked with Adi Mendiola Barreto (they/them), a second generation Mexican and Puerto Rican, non-binary and trans. Adi is also a speaker, consultant, and activist. They received their BA in Public Relations with a minor in LGBTQ studies. In this episode we’ll be talking more about Adi’s journey, and the core of their work which is helping people …
 
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project. This is a podcast where we tell stories for us, by us. I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes Today’s guest is Fernanda Kelly, the Emmy winning host of the show Lanzate on Univision, actress, and founder of the clothing brand NYTAQ. NYTAQ has previously been featured on Desp…
 
In today's episode I talk a briefly about a group reading I did with AJ Barrera. It was my first time connecting with the other side and it was so excited to be able to hear from her. I also cover the recent vendor attacks that have been happening across the US. I've been seeing a lot of street vendors attacked lately. It's disgusting behavior that…
 
Erika Zarco is a licensed marriage and family therapist, certified clinical tele-mental health provider with a certification in grief therapy. In this episode Erika talks about different therapy resources to heal or learn from the stages of grief. Dealing with grief after a person passes away or a relationship comes to an end can be painful and com…
 
Erika Zarco is a Director of Counseling for Women United and Active (Mujeres Unidas y Activas). She offers a more humanistic therapeutic approach for patients: Narrative Therapy, a clinical orientation with a postmodern perspective. Narrative therapy helps employers to face the new emotional challenges Covid brought. It provides the patient with kn…
 
The movie, In The Heights came out and people have called out Lin Manuel Miranda for the lack of Afro-Latinos in leading roles. He has since apologized but is it enough? In my opinion, yes. I hate musicals as a whole so I have been waiting until I'm in a tolerant mood to watch it. What I have watched is 20/20's update on the Vanessa Guillen case. I…
 
Ep. 36 It's our final episode of the season and it is FIRE! We bid farewell to Sarah Gonzales, who is completing her tenure as our inaugural Poet-in-Residence and in Resistencia. Sarah drops knowledge on the critical questions we should all be asking ourselves as we transition to being out in the world with and without masks and social distancing. …
 
Kamala Harris has made big news with her trip to Mexico and Central America. However, the trip made bigger news because she did not visit the border. Even going so far as to say that "they" have visited the border many times. The reality is, the Biden Administration wants to do what many past presidents have done with migration. Throw money at it! …
 
We talked with Juliana Lisboa (she, her), the Global Strategy and Operations of a Google project called #IamRemarkable, that empowers underrepresented groups to celebrate their achievements in the workplace and beyond. Juliana is a curious Brazilian woman that took an unusual path by working in technology across multiple countries and cultures in t…
 
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project. This is a podcast where we tell stories for us, by us. I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes. Today’s guest is JL Torres, an author and professor of literature and creative writing in New York. JL was born in Puerto Rico and grew up in the South Bronx. His writing focuses o…
 
As American Latinos/as/x we grew up with a little hint of magic. Growing up I was told brujería was bad but my mother and grandmother both did limpas on me. They believed and warned against, 'El Mal De Ojo.' When my little sister had a full conversation with my deceased grandfather, my mother totally believed her. It wasn't until I was older that I…
 
*Episode 35* Our conversation with full-time higher education professionals who are enrolled in doctoral programs continues! La Profesora talks with future Dr. Oscar Lanza-Galindo and his daughter Chel about how he navigated his first year in doctoral student amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, he had tremendous support from his partner, Jamie…
 
Today's episode is a little different because I am the one being interviewed. I talk about the beginnings of Latinx On The Rise, opening my own podcast production company and my future goals. I hope you're as excited as me for the rest of 2021! And thanks to On The Rise Media for this production: https://www.instagram.com/_ontherisem...​ Follow me …
 
Conversation about belonging in tech and finding your voice as a Latinx. This chat is part of She’s Tech conference. She’s Tech is a movement that aims to strengthen the female presence in the technology sector through 3 pillars: inspire, engage, enable women to seek knowledge and undertake careers and technology-based businesses. Gretchen Rodrigue…
 
In this episode we speak with Paulina Isabel Almarosa who is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Founder of Latinx Grief. We discuss what grief and grieving is, how grief causes changes within us, how to help a loved one grieving and resources for those grieving. Follow our guest, Paulina Isabel Almarosa, LCSW on Instagram: @latinxgrief & stay tu…
 
May is Mental Health awareness month and I wanted to bring attention to it because getting the help you need is so important! This week 60 Minutes came out about UFO's, but why now? Plenty of other countries have confirmed UFO's a while ago. Why is the US sharing this info now? Speaking of The US' why, the House saw a vote for a commission to inves…
 
So many of us have either lost our mother or are separated by land and water from them this mother's day. It's not always easy for me to talk about my mom but I thought in honor of mother's day I wanted to share some awesome stories about her. There are so many like me who will have a very solemn day. So to all those who are also missing their mama…
 
This episode is part of our mental health and leveling up series. Dr. Abby Medcalf talks about how to start creating connections to begin building lasting relationships to succeed personally and professionally. Learn more about her work and connect with her: https://abbymedcalf.com/Adriana Flores-Ragade による
 
How can we create more inclusive environments? Why do we have only 3% of Latinxs working in tech in the United States? How do we know some solutions might be experienced differently by marginalized groups or groups outside your own? Diversity has the goal to bring more people to the table, and decolonizing is more about proposing an exercise to inf…
 
Episode 34 The term "Part-time doctoral student" is a misnomer. Our gente who navigate full-time work, while also engaging in coursework and life outside of campus are full-time, full-time. There's really no part-time to it! La Profesora talks with future Dr. Bri Serrano about their journey to entering the program at Colorado State University, whil…
 
Let's be honest, being a woman is hard! In the Latino culture being a woman comes along with a lot of exceptions. We've all heard it, cuando te casas? When will you get married? Y cuando los niños? When will you have kids? The level of expectations can drive anyone crazy! One of the things that my guest Kendra Araujo, addresses is having women deci…
 
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project, a Podcastwhere we share stories as told by us, for us. I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes We have a special guest today: His name is Manny Padilla Jr, the author of the novel, “Coconut” Manny is here to share about his experiences growing up in the 60’s during a time in …
 
My main story tonight is about Colombia, I give a very brief overview of what has happening this year during Covid. I also had the opportunity to speak to Laura Franco, a Colombian resident who gave me some information about what is happening in Colombia. I also spoke to Betsabé Valencia a TikToker who has been covering what is happening in Colombi…
 
Erika is a bilingual and bicultural Mental Health Specialist (LCSW) with 10 years of outpatient experience working with diverse individuals and families in terms of race/ethnicity, age, socioeconomic status, and mental/dual diagnoses. Learn how she works with Lstinx in Silicon Valley through her work at Stanford Health Care. https://www.linkedin.co…
 
Luis Curiel currently sits on the People Team managing strategy and operations at Twitter, and also serves as the global co-chair for Twitter Alas, our Latinx business resource group. Luis, a first-generation American, traces his Latinx roots to Honduras. Born and raised in California, he studied biopsychology and worked in agricultural research be…
 
Salvador Segura is originally from Veracruz, Mexico and currently a Director of Business Programs in the Employee Experience organization at Microsoft based in Redmond. He has been an active member of the Hispanic community since he joined the company in 2000, his passion around diverse talent acquisition while fostering inclusion and people develo…
 
Episode 33 Why They Hate Us: How Racist Rhetoric Impacts Education (Teachers College Press) is a powerful compilation that bridges K-12 and higher education teachers, scholars, and practitioners in uncovering how racist rhetoric affects student pathways and experiences. La Profesora talks with Dra. Lindsay Perez Huber y Dra. Susana Muñoz about thei…
 
In this episode, I speak with Daniel Michel a community worker in Chicago's Little Village. When the pandemic first hit my first thoughts were of this community. A community that I worked in when I left college. All I could think about was the numerous people who would be laid off and even more those who would be considered essential workers. The L…
 
Welcome to Season 4! We made it fam! In this trailer, founder of Latinx Therapy, Adriana Alejandre gives insight as to how season 4 will be structured and updates you all on some life changes. If you are new to Latinx Therapy, feel free to catch up on other episodes that catch your eye & we recommend sharing a Spanish episode with a family member, …
 
Dr. Palacios joins us again to talk about how she works with entrepreneurs who are exhibiting tremendous amounts of stress and anxiety. She discusses strategies in her Stress Management Program and how entrepreneurs benefit from identifying stressors which are sometimes induced by cultural expectations in our community. You can connect with Dr. Pal…
 
We talked with Cynthia Orduña, a career coach and talent development advisor with a background in recruiting, career development, diversity, equity, and inclusion. She has helped over 50 startup companies in LA, SF, NY, and Chicago recruit and retain talent and has coached over 300 people in all stages of their career from entry to senior levels. S…
 
In today's episode I speak to my dear cousin Maribel Torres about being an employee and mother during the pandemic. So many mother's specifically lost their jobs during 2020 because they were balancing work, home upkeep and caring for their children. How far are we really from the 1950s as women? I also speak about Adam Toledo and his tragic passin…
 
Salvador Segura is originally from Veracruz, Mexico and currently a Director of Business Programs in the Employee Experience organization at Microsoft based in Redmond. He has been an active member of the Hispanic community since he joined the company in 2000, his passion around diverse talent acquisition while fostering inclusion and people develo…
 
*Episode 32* La Profesora talks with future Dr. Yolanda Cataño about how she has drawn upon queer chisme to cultivate comunidad within Latinx/a/o queer communities. Our conversation journeys through her relationship with her #ScholarHomies, her commitment to serving Latinx/a/o queer communities in her area, and addressing what "servingness" means w…
 
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes Today’s episode is an encouragement to seek peace and reflection despite our busy sometimes chaotic day to day lives. Time does not stand still for us to grieve, analyze, or think through our feelings so we need to make time for us. Our …
 
Who is ready for post pandemic travel? I sure as hell am! For me traveling has always been something I consider daunting. Researching information about the place I want to visit isn't the issue for me, it's the money. Vanessa Fondeur-Adams is the founder of Latino World Travelers, a group that helps make traveling more accessible for the Latinx com…
 
AJ DeLeon is the founder of Innovare through which he is leading a scaling social enterprise which drives continuous improvement and social innovation within the education ecosystem. We talk about his journey as a founder and how he and his co-founders are leveraging their diverse skill sets to launch a successful app that helps leaders in educatio…
 
I feel like I talk about representation all the time and it's still not enough. The CW's Batwoman is a new take on an old comic. Batwoman is a black woman who is hiding her superhero alter ego from her ex-girlfriend, Angelique. Bevin is a Miami Cubana that has always loved acting. She has grown and chased her dream of being an actress. Her passion …
 
It's been one year since the pandemic started. Latino business owners all over the world have had to change their business, temporarily or permanently close their businesses. This has been a challenging year for everyone, it's true but being a Latina business owner is challenging enough without the added stress of a pandemic. But I'll let you in on…
 
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