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The Latinx empowerment podcast discussing politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma! Through Tamarindo, hosts Ana Sheila Victorino and Brenda Gonzalez use levity to inform, inspire, and impact our community. Join Brenda and Ana Sheila as they delve into discussions on identity, race, gender, representation, and life! Each episode brings a reflection on current political events, and suggestions for mindfulness and grounding, or what we call calma moments.
 
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We reflect on the current state of reproductive justice, how we can do more to change narratives around reproductive care, and we also explore how to break generational cycles that can be harmful while still celebrating generational resilience. We checkin with Amanda Matos, Senior Director of Constituency Campaigns with Planned Parenthood. Join the…
 
On this episode, we are joined by Gabriela Fresquez, a Mexican-American hyphenated: actor, writer, television host and stand up comedian. Most recently, she wrote, produced and hosted Telemundo’s first-of-its-kind English language news show, Radar, with the tagline, “Not Your Abuela’s News Show.” We talk about the evolving world of News Media gener…
 
This week on Tamarindo, Curly Velasquez and Maya Murillo from The Super Secret Bestie Club join the show for this special crossover episode. You’ll get to hear us talk about friendship, who we were in middle school, and learn more about The Super Secret Bestie club, another great podcast from Sonoro Media. We also announce a special perk for Tamari…
 
On this episode of Tamarindo, we are talking all about sex. We are joined by Dr. Janet Brito, a nationally certified Latinx sex therapist, supervisor, speaker, and trainer. Currently based in Honolulu, Hawaii, she is the founder of the Hawaii Center for Sexual and Relationship Health and The Sexual Health School. She’s been featured in Oprah Magazi…
 
On this episode, Brenda and Ana Sheila catch up after a brief break. Then, you'll hear Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodríguez speak about her phenomenal book, “For Brown Girls: With Sharp Edges and Tender Hearts.” Even if you haven’t picked up her book, you’ll gain some great insights about the writing and publishing process, and get to learn more about wh…
 
On this episode, you’ll hear Brenda and Ana Sheila as guests of L.A. Taco Live with Laura, a popular YouTube show from LA’s best online publication. Laura interviewed us and we reflected on Women’s History Month and our favorite taco spots, plus so much more. Laura is an educator and reporter with L.A. Taco, and you can follow her on IG at @hungryi…
 
Today, we speak to Kathy Cano Murillo, the full-time creativepreneur and author also known as Crafty Chica. She has been featured in Forbes, The New York Times, Buzzfeed and more. Kathy shares nuggets helpful to anyone ranging from how to recover from rejection, how to actually practice self love, how to be always ready for opportunities, and ultim…
 
This week on the pod, we talk to Dr. Manuel Pastor about how we can build a better economy centered on people, equity, and mutuality. Dr. Pastor talks to us about his latest book, “Solidarity Economics:Why Mutuality and Movements Matter” which he co-authored with Dr. Chris Benner. Here is what Angela Glover Blackwell, Founder of PolicyLink, has to …
 
In light of continued attacks on the rights of trans people, we are revisiting our episode with Lizette Trujillo, a parent and advocate for LGBTQ+ lives. Her son Daniel has been speaking out, including recently in Arizona and Texas, to advocate for the rights of all kids, including trans kids. We’re so inspired by him and all those standing up to h…
 
Today, we are talking to Zahra Noorbakhsh, a Femisnit, Muslim, and Iranian American comic that we love! She’s a brilliant educator that has an on-going standup and storytelling workshop that always sells out and that you all need to checkout. Zahra’s work is empowering, especially to those who want to sharpen their comedy writing and performing, ev…
 
On today’s episode we are joined by Jasmine Higgins, the queer Latina behind the award winning podcast Infertilidad Latina. Infertilidad Latina was born out of Jasmine’s heartbreaking and overwhelming journey to expand her family. We talk about misconceptions around infertility which affects 1 in 8 women and is defined as not being able to conceive…
 
We talk to probably one of the coolest English professors on the planet, Dr. Steven Alvarez. He created a course and platform called “Taco Literacy” where he explores Mexican foodways and what these foodways can teach us about American history and migration. He’s also an author, a poet, and a musician. Learn more about his journey from a small town…
 
On this episode of Tamarindo we speak to comedian, writer, and actor Aida Rodriguez. With her own HBO MAX comedy special and upcoming TV series, Aida is taking the comedy world by storm and we love to see it! Aida talks about the power of comedy in overcoming adversity while sharing her experience as an outspoken Afro-indigenous woman in a field th…
 
Today, we are talking to Yvette Borja, the founder, host and producer of the Radio Cachimbona podcast. A graduate of Stanford Law School and Yale College before that, Yvette is now a staff writer at Balls & Strikes where she gets to call out problems with our legal system while getting paid to do what she loves. We talk about the shows we’re loving…
 
In this episode of Tamarindo, Brenda and Ana Sheila go back in time and talk about their favorite things and memories from the early 2000s. They then delve into the popular trend of using the phrase “La Toxica” everywhere from songs to boats to aprons. A person with toxic qualities as anyone who is abusive, unsupportive, or unhealthy emotionally. N…
 
This episode is co-hosted by Benjamin-Sharom Rodriguez, a queer, Mexican-Israeli (Free Palestine!)-American writer, director, and comedian, who joins Brenda to reflect on the New Year, new love, and the movie Don’t Look Up. Ben and Brenda also chat about how over 5 million people signed a petition seeking justice for a Colorado truck driver named R…
 
Ana Sheila and Brenda love traveling to Mexico and many folks, like Ana Sheila, have made the relocation from the US to Mexico City in recent years. Our friend Alma Tilghman, founder of the travel company Alma Explores joins us to talk about living and traveling in Mexico. Before our chat with Alma, Brenda and Ana Sheila catch up and talk about tak…
 
Shame is the voice in our ear that tells us we’re not enough, that asks us who we think we are when we have the courage to try to do or be. On this episode of Tamarindo, we are joined by guest Angelica Maria, a Chicana poet & singer. She is an advocate of divine femme power, an internationally touring artist & mami of the poetry book “They Call Me”…
 
We’ve partnered with Con Todo Press, a publishing company dedicated to creating children’s books that celebrate Latino leaders and culture to help fill the gap in the publishing industry, where Latina/o/x stories are vastly under-represented, to talk about the importance of Latinx representation in children’s books. We speak to Con Todo Press found…
 
This week, we reflect on Dia de Los Muertos, talk about unique ways folks celebrate the holidays, and leave you with a calma practice you can use ahead of those difficult moments with family. We also speak to Mariah Castañeda, the host of the hit new podcast “SmokeScreen: The Sellout.” Mariah is a Los Angeles reporter who covers local politics, env…
 
On this episode of Tamarindo, we interview Linda Yvette Chavez, the co-creator and executive producer of Netflix’s hit series GENTEFIED. We have a beautiful conversation about her journey from first gen hija of Mexican immigrants to her show Gentefied and how she’s learned to fall in love with herself along the way. Season two of Gentefied is out o…
 
On this episode of Tamarindo, get to know more about your hosts, Brenda and Ana Sheila as they tackle a fun question game, answer listener questions about career advice and tips, and surprise each other with unplanned questions. As mentioned on the pod, catch Ana Sheila on this episode of Talk to Mami and Papi About Anything: https://www.talktomami…
 
On this episode, we reflect on the end of Hispanic Heritage Month, talk about La Jenny 69, and then learn about the Latinx environmental justice organization, Azul, and their work around protecting the ocean. We speak to Marce Gutiérrez-Graudinš, the founder and Executive Director of Azul, a grassroots organization that works with Latinxs throughou…
 
Tamarindo is taking a week off to recharge our pilas. So we invite you to revisit this episode to help you uncover your energy chupacabras and ways to reduce stress. This first aired fall 2019, so you’ll hear us talk about the Democratic debates...ah...remember when the only pandemic we had to worry about was Tr*mp? We learn why stress is not ALL b…
 
Today's episode is done in partnership with Adidas Los Angeles in honor of Latinx Heritage month. We talk about the terms "Latino," "Latinx," and "Hispanic," and the history behind Hispanic Heritage Month, or what we like to call, Latinx Heritage Month. We share how we celebrate this time of year and own reflections on identity. We also give some s…
 
You’ve set some big goals or intentions but you can’t seem to get things done. On this episode of Tamarindo, we talk about how to build and sustain better habits that support you whether you want to move your body, eat more vegetables, or start a business/side hustle. We reference our own learnings as 30 somethings, Ana Sheila’s experience as life …
 
On this episode we talk curly hair maintenance and manifest a win for Newsom on the California recall (Ana Sheila and Brenda recorded on election day). We talk to Dani Fernandez, an LA based writer and actress that we adore. She wrote in the best-selling book The Good Immigrant USA and has hosted for E! News, Nerdist, CW, and Disney. She can be see…
 
We talk to two women that are using their voice to ensure that the lived experiences of people of color in our community are seen and valued through storytelling and policymaking. Specifically, we talk about police brutality and the violence that Latinx folks experience as a direct result of white supremacy and the need to humanize experiences with…
 
How is the Latinx community consuming media? What progress have we made in Latinx representation? We teamed up with Nielsen to delve into these questions on this episode of Tamarindo. We partnered with Nielsen, a research company that fuels the media industry with the most accurate understanding of what people listen to and watch. We speak to Staci…
 
Writing when no one is telling our stories is a form of activism and bearing witness to our experiences. On this episode of Tamarindo, we talk to icon and writer, Dr. Ana Castillo, about why she writes, the evolution of her identity, and her latest book of poems, “My Book of the Dead” which is now available. We also discuss what we hope for the fut…
 
Most of our community has experienced grief and pain throughout the last year and a half. On this episode of Tamarindo we talk about the process of healing with Alex Purple Liera, an educator, activist, community organizer, and the founder of the Women of Color (WOC) Sister Collective. Alex shares some reflection questions to get you opening up and…
 
Are you feeling stuck or is your to-do list growing? We start this episode with some strategies to tackle those things you keep putting off. You can find a great recap on this post from our instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/CSR_hkyFfqD/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link A great resource that explains the matrix that Ana Sheila described can be found…
 
We explore how friendships are important for our overall well-being by discussing how our relationships with friends have evolved since the pandemic. We also talk about how to approach friendship breakups. We are joined by guest co-host José Richard Aviles, a multimedia artist, Urban Planner, and Social Worker based out of Los Angeles. As a former …
 
In this episode, we talk about how centering ourselves can get in the way of community building. We speak to Adi Mendiola Barreto (he/they), a 2nd generation Mexican and Puerto Rican, trans and non-binary, speaker, advisor, consultant, and strategist, about the work they are leading to challenge and shape people’s perspectives on LGBTQ+ issues. Adi…
 
On this episode, we give you some insights on how to do more of what you love by sharing a bit of our own personal journeys to creating the lives we want, including spending more time in Mexico! We recorded this episode in Mexico City with special guest co-host Jose Richard Aviles aka soynalgona. Jose Richard Aviles is a multimedia artist, Urban Pl…
 
Environmental racism is real. On this episode of Tamarindo, we talk to environmental justice lawyer Claire Woods about how Black and Brown communities face the brunt of many environmental justice issues, the connection to racism, and what we can do to help. During the episode she mentions a few organizations we can follow to get more informed and i…
 
This week on Tamarindo, we are re-visiting a very special episode where Ana Sheila shared her coming out story and tells us a bit about her relationship to her queer identity. This episode first aired in 2019, but it’s one of our favorites. Don’t forget to join us for True Stories En Vivo, June 10 at 5pm PT. It’s going to be a beautiful night of st…
 
The latest Tamarindo episode is about learning how to embrace our inner señora. We explore how aging and ageism is reflected in society, unpack the harmful messages especially women receive around getting older, and share ways we can all work on our relationship with aging whether we’re 25, 35, or over 50. Healing our communities is an intergenerat…
 
We speak to Mónica Ramírez, attorney, author and activist, about what motivates her to do more than enough (a lot more than enough!) to stand up for migrant women and her community. She is the founder of Justice for Migrant Women and co-founder of Alianza Nacional de Campesinas, The Latinx House, and Poderistas, and an overall badass! Trigger Warni…
 
On this episode of Tamarindo, we are joined by Lizette Trujillo, mom and community advocate for transgender youth and families. She shares how raising her trans son has changed her life and how leading with love made her into the fierce advocate and activist she is today. This powerful conversation happens as hundreds of heartbreaking anti trans bi…
 
On this episode of Tamarindo, we talk about what makes a healthy relationship and how to call in the loving and healthy relationships we all deserve. We also honor our moms recognizing that this episode was recorded on Mexican Mother’s Day. We mention our upcoming event: Join us for True Stories En Vivo (via zoom), featuring Melissa Lozada-Oliva (J…
 
Tamarindo podcast is on break until May 12. Until then, here is a bonus episode with Brenda as a guest on the Unconscious Bias Project podcast. We mention an upcoming event happening April 22 at 5:00pm PT. This is a conversation about Imposter Syndrome with a diverse panel of Latinas. Sign-up and learn more here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/be-a-b…
 
We speak with Raquel Berrios of the Puerto Rico-based indie duo Buscabulla, which she leads with her husband Luis Alfredo del Valle. Buscabulla’s music features dreamy, futuristic synth-pop sounds that have us longing for a tropical beach or a pool-side cabana. While the band was originally formed in Brooklyn, Raquel and Luis moved home to Puerto R…
 
On this episode of Tamarindo, we are joined by Susie Jaramillo, President & Chief Creative Officer of Canticos. Canticos is a bilingual early childhood brand that through books, a show on Nick Jr. and an award winning educational app uses a storyteaching approach to deliver personalized bilingual learning experiences to the little ones in our lives…
 
On this episode of Tamarindo, Brenda and Ana Sheila catch up on their first in-person recording in a while, starting off with what’s getting their matracas and basuras. Next, we check in with the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice by speaking to their new executive director, Guadalupe “Lupe” M. Rodríguez. She tells us about the impo…
 
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