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Amplifying the Afro in Afro-Dominican. We on a journey of embracing our blackness as Dominicans - from a place of love and celebration. Please join us on this journey of self-discovery and embracing our blackness.Our podcast will be a platform to explore topics such as hair, Dominican history, Immigration, Colorism, Body Image, Dominican culture in the arts, and more. We will be asking questions like: What is a typical Dominican? Is there one? How can we do more with embracing our blackness? ...
 
Afro-Latina + white besties invite white people into courageous conversations about race with accountability via a judgement-free podcast + learning community.The Opt-In with Aurora + Kelly invites its audience to an intimate, ongoing conversation between a Woman of Color and a white woman who are unpeeling their collective conditioning, exploring ongoing re-education, and stumbling on their traumas and blind spots, all while making more space for love, forgiveness, freedom, and truth. The O ...
 
Join Jen Hemphill, Latina Money Expert each week on this mixed language podcast for your dose of money confidence. You get down-to-earth interviews from la comunidad Latina and solo episodes sharing simple actionable tips and strategies you can use right away. Grab the free Daily Dinero Ritual to start your day with confidence around your finances www.jenhemphill.com/dinero
 
Ladies who banter. Ladies who bochinchan. Ladies who bronché. bronché (v): spanglish word for brunch. A podcast from the creators of Shit Spanish Girls Say bringing the New York Latinx voice into spaces where their perspective is often overshadowed Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bronche/support
 
¿Sabía usted que la gente indígena de América Latina son algunas de las 12 Tribus de Israel? Examinando, históricamente, los pueblos de América Latina, muchas cuestiones de origen y de la historia pre-colonial se traen para emerger en uno de los asuntos más polémicos de nuestro tiempo moderno. De hecho, durante los siglos 15 a 18 este era el tema más extenso posible investigado de la época. ¿Quiénes son los pueblos antiguos de Las Américas? Obligados por los sucesos actuales de la era, tales ...
 
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- ...
 
Drawn out from the fictional world of our series Gentefied and brought into the Netflix universe, Brown Love is a weekly show that celebrates the multi-faceted US Latinx experience. Each week, our host Dascha Polanco talks to Latinxs in Hollywood who are making space for Latinx communities to see themselves, and gets real on topics like machismo, Afro-Latinidad, self-care, comedy, and the first-generation experience.
 
The Create Your Life Series is for Self-starters looking to live life on their own terms. Join award winning entrepreneur, author and speaker Kevin Y. Brown as he shares the Strategies Behind the Successes of today’s Trailblazers by uncovering experiences, daily habits and defining moments of high achievers from around the world. Learn more at cylseries.com
 
Davide Pappa, aka “Dave K”, is taking the house music by storm as one of the most talked about musical talents to hit the scene in decades. At the 2010 and 2011 Winter Music Conference in Miami, Dave K headlined the Afrique Electrique/Maude34 party, playing to a packed crowd and solidifying his place as house music’s rising star. Born in Latina, Italy, Dave K is no stranger to the soulful, eclectic sounds of American music royalty. He grew up listening to legendary artists like Stevie Wonder ...
 
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There is something so badass about seeing women on motorcycles.In this episode we hear from Carolina Paredes one of the co-founders of the Houston Litas. The Litas are a motorcycle group founded in 2015 by Jessica Wise in Salt Lake City, Utah. Paredes talks about the spiritual aspect of riding, empowering women through motorcycles, and the reality …
 
In November 2019, about 40 people packed into a conference room at the Westchester Regional Library that sits at the heart of Miami-Dade’s suburban Cuban American community. The group whispered among themselves and occasionally raised their voices in exasperation, seeking answers to a problem that continues to affect thousands of South Florida fami…
 
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…
 
Navigating money doesn’t look the same for everyone. Being a DACA recipient has certain considerations that are non-existent for others. Not everyone has the same opportunities, but all of us have the opportunity to work hard for what we want. For example, today you are going to hear about a DACA recipient shares with us her financial journey and h…
 
There's been a steady focus on migrants arriving at the US-Mexico border. But refugees — less in the spotlight — have seen their chances of entry to the US grind to a halt, leaving them in unexpected limbo. Many refugees have already been vetted and approved for entry through official US and United Nations agencies, but President Joe Biden has yet …
 
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…
 
Adareli Ponce tried for 20 years to get an H-2A visa allowing her to work on farms across the US. But Ponce said that time and time again, farm labor recruiters in Mexico told her farm work is better suited for men. “There wasn’t much opportunity for me as a woman." Adareli Ponce, seasonal worker, Hidalgo, Mexico “There wasn’t much opportunity for …
 
Do you feel that wealth is not accessible for you? Or do you feel that building wealth is not possible because you think you don't belong where you are? Let me tell you that you are not alone. This is just a perception because you can’t compare yourself to anybody, everyone's journey is different. Pursue your journey because you deserve all the gre…
 
We chat with actor, writer Nabil Vinas about being 1st generation. He talks about his upbringing, connecting to his roots and the language, and how to make a mean mangu! Please rate, subscribe, and review the show. It really makes a difference! We love to hear from you! email us at rocioandmercedes@gmail.com BE A PATREON SUPPORTER www.patreon.com/r…
 
Everyone talks about working for themselves, but few know the journey of starting your own business.Jorge Casanova @Jorgey co-founded @Diosbrand “Did It Ourselves” with his partner LES aka @steakxshrimp the Houston-based street style brand tells all about taking an idea and seeing it through its inception, surviving the pandemic, and putting on for…
 
Today’s subject is this podcast because it’s episode 100!! Whether this is the first time you’re listening or if you’re a longtime listener, this podcast is co-audio produced by three people and myself: Sarika Mehta, Geraldine Ah-Sue, and Cheryl Green. I’m proud to work with all three of them since the podcast started in 2017. You’ll hear us talk a…
 
April is the month where we celebrate, where we highlight, and where we give focus to Financial Literacy Month. Since it's a whole month dedicated to financial literacy and with the recent online event Financially Strong Latina I want to encourage you to become financially strong and financially literate. What you'll hear about in today's episode: …
 
Are you a single mom encountering many struggles and barriers in your life? Never underestimate the power of a positive mindset and your resilience as it can help you to overcome all circumstances. In this episode, the wonderful Cristina Trujillo, founder, and CEO of Reem Media, shares her money story and how she overcame many barriers as a single …
 
Rican McGusty aka DJ Big Reeks isn't your typical DJ. The civil engineer almost didn't make it as a creative, but after getting laid off from his corporate job his life took a turn. Now the Houston native is known around the city for his vibey sets and as the founder of The Waxaholics, a collective he started back in 2012 of vinyl-only dj's. In thi…
 
Today I’m in conversation with my friends Andrew Pulrang and Gregg Beratan. The three of us are co-partners in #CripTheVote, an online movement encouraging the political participation of disabled people that we started in 2016. You’ll hear us talk about the origins of #CripTheVote, the differences between the 2016 and 2020 election on disability po…
 
Latinos and retirement is a topic that needs to be discussed more often. According to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Pew Research Center, more than 11 million people in the United States don’t have legal immigration status. However, they fill an important role in our economy and represent around 4.6% of the labor force. These peo…
 
Franceli Chapman-Varela is an Afro-Latina(Dominican) actor, host, writer, and producer. She is a member of 3 guilds; Writers Guild of America, SAG-AFTRA and Actor's Equity. We talk about her journey and how Art is a form of Artivism. Please rate, subscribe, and review the show. It really makes a difference! We love to hear from you! email us at roc…
 
This week the legendary Glorelys Mora blesses the table to chat about International Women’s Day, Prince Harry & Meghan Oprah Interview, & navigating comedy as a Dominicana and the opportunity space to truly make generational waves in the craft. Cheers! #blacklivesmatter #BLACK #BLACKEXCELLENCE #BLACKPODCAST #PODCAST#PODSINCOLOR #ladieswhobronche #l…
 
Editor's note: An earlier version of this story was originally produced by Houston Public Media and has been updated for The World. For the last three weeks, Houston plumber Eduardo Dolande has been working long hours to help repair burst pipes in local homes and businesses. Just in his own Houston neighborhood of Cypress, Dolande, who has worked a…
 
Have you ever felt like you are navigating in different directions and nothing seems to work? Bring in that resilience inside you to play when you are putting all your efforts towards your financial goal, things will happen. Every action or decision you take, even the smallest ones, will bring you one step closer to become financially strong(er). Y…
 
Did you know that the U.S. has 12.3 million women-owned businesses? For International Women’s Day, I wanted to do this special bonus episode to celebrate with you. This day is meant to acknowledge women's rights and to help forge a gender-equal world in every area. To celebrate International Women’s Day we are going to focus our discussion on women…
 
Today I’m in conversation with Alena Morales, who will graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Sciences with a minor in Disability Studies at UC Berkeley in Spring 2021. Alena is a queer disabled advocate of color and the former Chair and Co-Founder of the Disabled Students Commission, and through loving interdependence and collective labo…
 
It's March and I’m excited to celebrate Women’s History Month with you. Let’s celebrate the strength, achievement, and resilience of women to go after their dreams. It’s a perfect occasion to forge a gender-equal world and raise awareness against bias. Did you know Wyoming refused to join the United States without a guarantee that women would be al…
 
Clarivel Ruiz is the founder of Dominicans love Haitians. We talk about how the organization started, why it's so important, and the Black Doll Movement. GUEST INFO: Instagram: dominicanslovehaitians website: https://www.dominicanslovehaitians.com/ BE A PATREON SUPPORTER www.patreon.com/rocioandmercedes Please rate, subscribe, and review the show! …
 
There is no doubt you can become a more powerful woman when you invest. Money is not everything but it does give you options. Of course, life sometimes tends to get in the way. None of us are immune to tragedy or going through challenging situations that are not in our control. In order to reach your goals, you need to align your actions to them an…
 
Today I’m in conversation with Mustafa Rfat. Mustafa is a graduate student in the Public Administration Program at West Virginia University. He’s also a trainee at Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) at the university. Mustafa came to the U.S. as a refugee from Iraq in 2011. You’ll hear Mustafa talk about his experience a…
 
My last episode was in October of 2020, I had received overwhelming positive feedback for my Covid Series which still continues. However, I decided to take a break until today because 2020 caught up with me. I was wrapped up with the election and the fear of what was to come I went to Chicago to see family, I got the opportunity to grow my business…
 
We are all aware of the gender wage gap, which indicates that women of color are experiencing wealth inequality. The unique challenges Afro-Latinas face impact their ability long-term when it comes to their financial life and progress. In this episode, Anna N’Jie-Konte, a proud Afro-Latina, the founder of Dare to Dream Financial Planning, and a pas…
 
This week Alexander Lambie aka Gina Cakestand joins us to chat about our sister Dominique Fishback in Judas and the Black Messiah, unpacking the “Framing Britney Spears” with notes from our Britney subject matter expert, Skittlez, and, out exploration of stepping into Femme energy unapologetically. Cheers! #blacklivesmatter #BLACK #BLACKEXCELLENCE …
 
Does the thought of making a powerful vision make you feel weird? Maybe you don’t consider yourself a woo-woo person. Like you, I am not either. If you are feeling creating the life of your dreams is a far reach you are missing a powerful vision. By creating a powerful vision, you can make so many more things possible. You need to leave the scarcit…
 
Last month President Joe Biden instructed the Department of Justice to end contract renewals with private prisons as a first step to end racial disparities and pave the way to fair sentencing. But Biden, who ran on promises to make sweeping changes to immigration policy, left private immigration detention untouched, allowing the Department of Homel…
 
Today’s episode is about art and technology featuring a conversation with Lindsey D. Felt and Vanessa Chang. Lindsey and Vanessa curated Recoding CripTech, a multidisciplinary art exhibition at SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco in early 2020. You’ll learn about how their collaboration and friendship started, what it was like curating this ex…
 
It was a rare rainy morning in National City, California, just a few miles north of the border between the United States and Mexico. Nora Vargas, a Planned Parenthood executive and community college board member, was going door-to-door trying to do something no Latina had done before — win a seat on the powerful San Diego County Board of Supervisor…
 
We talk with Eileen Z. Fuentes about all things Self-Care. She gives us 5 practical tips, shares the importance of rest, and shares her own journey of Self-care. Eileen is a Health educator, community health activist and full-time Clinical Coordinator for breast and gynecologic oncology. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008 and since then h…
 
Changing your love-hate relationship with your budgeting is not as hard as it seems. In this solo episode, I share with you how to love the process if you are finding yourself not wanting to budget or are currently feeling defeated with it. Beware- budgeting takes some time and requires some patience. It takes some tweaking, and retweaking to get t…
 
This week founder of Sound Proof IV, Rebekah Laur’en, joins us to chat about Gamestop’s Wall Street revolution & shorting stocks, Kraft’s pink candy mac n cheese in time for Valentine’s day, and Rebekah’s journey in starting her own label and the problem with current industry practices. Cheers! #blacklivesmatter #BLACK #BLACKEXCELLENCE #BLACKPODCAS…
 
Do you feel that your work or projects are not aligned with your career goal? It’s important to always keep your main goal in mind and focus all your actions in the same direction. Having a strategy will keep you motivated during the process by overcoming challenges and finally achieving your goal and jumping to the next one. In this episode, the a…
 
We’re back from our season break with Posh Palma Styles! Gelsandra and Valerie join us to dish bochinche about the inauguration of Kamala Harris and Joe Biden (and JLo getting “loud”), our feelings around the COVID vaccines and we reflect in our Dominican identity to unpack how anti-blackness has shaped our relationship to fashion. Cheers! #blackli…
 
In today’s episode I’m in conversation with Dr. Justin Bullock. Justin is currently an Internal Medicine Resident in San Francisco, California. You’ll hear Justin talk about his experiences disclosing his disability at work, the process he had to go through to prove his fitness to serve as a physician because of his disability, the systemic ableism…
 
Whenever we face a crisis we often think of what we could have done to be better prepared for that time because we never know when the next crisis is coming. The most important factor to take into account during a crisis is our mindset and how we deal with whatever life places in front of us. The way in which we respond to each crisis and what we c…
 
Violet Santana and Indhira Santana, two sisters who opened up My Wellness Solutions, a holistic health center in NYC. They chat about sugar addictions, colonics, weight loss, IIN, PCOS, and having a healthy menstrual flow. They share how they got started and their work in the community. GUEST INFO IG: MWSHEALTH WEBSITE: www.mywellnesssoutions.com F…
 
Have you ever wondered how our brains are connected to our money? There is a huge correlation between what we have in our minds, the thoughts we let in and our behavior, especially when it comes to money. Barbara Huson is a leader in the space of financial wellbeing and empowering women with their money. She is here to share with us her incredible …
 
It’s been over eleven months since the pandemic emerged in the United States and things are worse than ever. Hospitals across the country have reached full capacity and utilizing crisis standards of care, guidelines used when there is a shortage of resources and care. Today’s episode is about healthcare allocation in the time of COVID with Britney …
 
Every year we create resolutions and outline the goals we want to accomplish but there are some things we can do to make those goals more attainable. Especially after such a crazy year that 2020 was for all of us, this new year I want to help you push the reset button to reframe your mind and be more meaningful with your financial life! What you'll…
 
Ramona Cedeno chats with us about financial freedom. We discuss financial planning, steps we can take In our 20s, 30s, 40s, and how to start from this moment forward. Ramona talks about her own journey to financial freedom and owning her own business. Ramona Cedeno is a CPA and Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) with over 20 years of experience as …
 
For a quick recap of this episode go to: http://www.jenhemphill.com/163 Want to get social? Let’s connect more on Instagram @herdineromatters Enrollment is now open for the Her Dinero Power Circle. Get a special discount for a limited time using the code FANSONLY. Get all the details here: jenhemphill.com/powercircle…
 
Today’s episode features an interview with Johnnie Jae who is from the Otoe-Missouria and Choctaw tribes of Oklahoma. Johnnie is a journalist, organizer, creator, and futurist and the founder of A Tribe Called Geek, an award-winning media platform for Indigenous Geek Culture and STEM, and #Indigenerds4Hope, a suicide prevention initiative designed …
 
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