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What are the experiences of being a Latinx or Latin American scholar in communication and media studies? What challenges and opportunities come with our identities? Pablo Boczkowski, who holds the Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani Chair In Communication at Northwestern University, and Mora Matassi, Ph.D. student at Northwestern and executive producer of this podcast, invite you to discover the journeys of scholars at the cutting edge of creating knowledge about Latinx and Latin American communicati ...
 
This is the Latinx Mental Health Podcast where we talk to therapists, researchers, artists, activists, and students about their experiences in the intersections of mental health and Latinx identity. In each interview we aim to connect through our voices, our struggles, and our triumphs as we sample a different herbal tea just like abuela used to make.
 
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 ...
 
[Draws in Spanish] showcases noteworthy Latinx visual artists, exploring their creative journeys and how they got to where they are today. Host and Chilean-American illustrator, Fabiola Lara, brings humor and empathy to the conversation, uncovering how the artist’s culture and Latinx identity informs their artwork. Whether you’re just starting your creative career or looking to discover the next big name in visual art, join Fabiola as she chats in English with artists who draw in Spanish.
 
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Clemencia Herrera and Cecilia del Cid, two latinas in the political advertising and social justice space, navigate the choppy waters US politics and the Latinx community are currently in. With an intimate and “ocurrente” style they spill the tea on the culture, life and socioeconomic issues that have been in the blind spot for too long.Episodes coming every Monday.
 
Latin X: A gender-neutral term sometimes used in lieu of Latino or Latina. We at LatinX Nation are providing a platform for us as a people to express our opinions and explore other cultures perspectives on various topics. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/latinx-nation4/support
 
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Latinx Therapy

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Adriana Alejandre, LMFT | Conversations about Mental Health Myths and Welln

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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.
 
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.
 
Latinx Greek Life is a FyP podcast. A safe space for Latinx folks to talk about topics such as Greek Life, the college experience, culture, tradition, community, career, mental health, and much more. This podcast is geared towards those students of color pursuing their academic, personal, and career goals. It talks about challenges, advice, and experiences from the participants. Gracias Mi Gente 💯 Perez The Advisor Website: https://lnk.bio/ThePerez
 
A show about the people, places, and things that make Los Angeles an extraordinary place to call home. Told through the lens of the multi-faceted LatinX experience by two native Angelenos, Gabby and Lucio. Intro song: Original track by Palomo. Cumbia Fever resident DJ and LA producer. Polo Plays guitar on this song. Percussion and accordion by Sergio Segura, L.A.-based musician/percussionist.
 
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 ...
 
This is the Therapy For Latinx Podcast. I decided to start this podcast for Latinx to be able to tell their own mental health stories. I don’t believe anyone is voiceless, but I do know that not everyone has access to a platform where they can tell their story. Together we'll learn how other Latinx navigate their mental health, what resources are available through mental health organizations, and what practical tools we can use to manage our own mental health.
 
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.
 
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Latinx Voices Unveiled

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UNLV Special Collections and Archives

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Preserving and sharing the life stories of Southern Nevada’s Latinx residents are important because these individuals and communities have played a significant role in our region’s history but are underrepresented in our historical record. Today, approximately 29% of Southern Nevada’s residents and more than 25% of UNLV’s student body are Latinx. Many Latinx residents have greatly influenced the progress of our educational system, multiple business sectors, politics, and cultural life in Sou ...
 
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- ...
 
"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.
 
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 ...
 
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Dr. Graciela Berumen is the Assistant Director of Diversity and Multicultural Student Engagement for the department of Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs at Kansas State University. Dr. Berumen's research interests include first-generation college students, global education, language acquisition, culture, equity, inclusivity, access, and i…
 
For this episode, originally recorded in the spring of 2021, we spoke with Chris Rogers, a local Austin artist, muralist, and live painter, about Black representation and gentrification in Austin, embracing art and creativity, and journeying through sobriety toward positive mental health. visual_arts_black_representation_and_mental_health_with_chri…
 
Host Pablo Boczkowski interviews Prof. Paul Alonso (Georgia Institute of Technology). Among different topics, they talk about how different modes of writing integrate into the professional experience. This is episode seventy-three of El Café Latinx, a podcast produced by the Center for Latinx Digital Media at Northwestern University.…
 
In this episode, I answer your calls! We've got such amazing questions for our first mini-episode, if you want to have your questions answered next — call (305) 985-3729. EPISODE LINKS - Watch this Episode on YouTube - Join the FREE Discord - Join the Patreon - Follow Fabiola on Instagram, YouTube, TikTok - Danny Brito Episode & Instagram - Hallye …
 
Wow, ya'll! We're kicking off Season 7 by celebrating 50 episodes that showcase the amazing work that our gente are doing in higher education! We have a special guest host, future Dra. Nancy Camarillo who offers fantastic reflection questions for La Profesora. Our conversations takes us back to the early days of the podcast, lessons learned, and ev…
 
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to the Latinx Identity Project. This is a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us. I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes. Today’s guest is Evelyn Alsultany, a Muslim-Latina author and scholar. Join us as we discuss Evelyn’s experience as a Muslim-Latina in the US, religious diversity and inclusion in the U.S. and her…
 
Host Pablo Boczkowski interviews Prof. Isabel Pavez (Universidad de los Andes, Chile). Among different topics, they talk about how the centrality of urban settings can be challenged in the field of communication and media studies. This is episode seventy-two of El Café Latinx, a podcast produced by the Center for Latinx Digital Media at Northwester…
 
We are starting the year with the southside coffee master Jesse Iñiguez, he is changing the narrative of Back of The Yards by bringing his coffee to the southside of Chicago. Jesse founded Back of the Yards Coffee in 2016 and opened the Coffeeshop in 2017. We discuss all things coffee, giving back, his community engagement and the community support…
 
Host Pablo Boczkowski interviews Prof. Raquel Moreira (Southwestern University). Among different topics, they talk about how the field of communication and media studies can push the boundaries toward more transnational scholarship. This is episode seventy-one of El Café Latinx, a podcast produced by the Center for Latinx Digital Media at Northwest…
 
In this episode, I chat with Argentinian illustrator, painter, graphic designer Sebastian Curi. Sebastian works in a pop style using cartoonish figures, playful compositions and bright colors to depict every day. Since he recently collaborated on a clothing collection with Zara and has worked with clients like Apple, Spotify and many more. Keep on …
 
La Profesora is coming back, ya'll! Thank you for your patience and support! As we prepare for a new season of the podcast, we want to give a shout out to an amazing scholar who is holding it down in the podcasting world: Dra. Gina Garcia! We were fortunate to have Dra. Garcia on the show in Episode 10: Beyond the HSI Designation con Dr. Andrés Cas…
 
Jasmine Ortiz (she/her) is an independent artist that has gone viral. Jasmine was originally born without a voice but her parents knew early that she was destined for a career in music. In this episode we talked more about Jasmine’s journey towards the music industry and also as an advocate for social change. Additional Reading Mentioned in the Int…
 
In this episode, I chat with Chilean Motion Graphic Designer and Illustrator Cristobal Saez. Cristo was raised in Chile and eventually made his way to New York City to attend FIT where he studied graphic design. He quickly realized that branding and logo work just wasn't for him and started creating illustrated GIFs of pop culture moments on his of…
 
Catarina Rivera (she/her) is a public speaker and DEI (Diversity & Inclusion) consultant with over 14 years of experience in the public sector. She is the founder of Blindish Latina, a platform smashing disability stigmas through storytelling and advocacy. In this episode we talked more about disability awareness, inclusion, digital inclusion, acce…
 
Host Pablo Boczkowski interviews Prof. Celeste Wagner (University of Florida). Among different topics, they talk about how global communication can become part of the core of the scholarship in communication and media studies. This is episode seventy of El Café Latinx, a podcast produced by the Center for Latinx Digital Media at Northwestern Univer…
 
Luis Cornejo (he/him) is a natural entertainer who enjoys making others laugh and feel inspired. As a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Luis works tirelessly to support the LGBTQ+ and BIPOC communities. Luis is the founder of PsychoSocial Media, a mental health platform providing mental health articles and resources. He is also an Indigiqueer m…
 
In this episode, I chat with Colombian Creative Director and Illustrator Daniela Jordan-Villaveces. Daniela is a US and Colombian Dual Citizen who was raised in Colombia up until high school before moving to Naples, FL. Her work injects joy and happiness through her use of punchy bold colors and vivid patterns. Keep on listening to hear us chat abo…
 
Host Pablo Boczkowski interviews Prof. Luis Enrique Santana (Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez). Among different topics, they talk about seeing in the field of communication from the Global South rather than the Global North. This is episode sixty-nine of El Café Latinx, a podcast produced by the Center for Latinx Digital Media at Northwestern University.…
 
We talked with two amazing Product Managers part of the nonprofit Mulheres de Produto, Women in Product community in Brazil and also co-writers of their most recent book launch! Aline Baldino is a Product Manager at Super Dispatch, and Talita Morais is a Product Manager at Get In and also the VP and Partnership Director of the nonprofit Mulheres de…
 
Host Pablo Boczkowski interviews Prof. Biella Coleman (Harvard University). Among different topics, they talk about how the field can bring history back into the study of media, communication, and technology. This is episode sixty-eight of El Café Latinx, a podcast produced by the Center for Latinx Digital Media at Northwestern University.…
 
In this episode, I chat with Mexican & Salvadorian American illustrator Iliana Galvez. Iliana is a Latinx illustrator born and raised in the San Fernando Valley who creates bright, bold, and unapologetic art celebrating people of all sizes. Her work is extremely empowering and unapologetic and she really creates work that uplifts black and brown fe…
 
Ish Verduzco (he/him) is a Community Leader at a16z Crypto and also a Web3 Marketing Strategist at IV3 Media. He graduated in Business Management with a minor in Sociology from the University of California, Merced. Ish has consulted 50+ web3 & NFT startups already, toured the U.S. as a DJ, worked at LinkedIn & Snap among other things. In this episo…
 
Alejandra Budar (she/her) started her career working in the healthcare field, but after a quick stint working at a tech company’s clinic and a gap year in Italy, Ale fell in love with the Data Science world. Now she’s a Data Scientist at LinkedIn. Ale leverages her passion for data storytelling, as well as her ability to speak Spanish, French and I…
 
Host Pablo Boczkowski interviews Prof. Juan S. Larrosa (ITESO – Universidad Jesuita de Guadalajara). Among different topics, they talk about how the local, regional and global dimensions articulate both communication scholarship and career. This is episode sixty-six of El Café Latinx, a podcast produced by the Center for Latinx Digital Media at Nor…
 
Motherhood is a journey that almost every time brings change and the realization that one must make certain changes to ensure that the baby is growing healthy and also most moms-to-be make certain changes to embrace their "new" life and this was exactly the case with our guest Evelia Torres. After working in the beauty industry for many years, moth…
 
In this episode, I chat with Mexican-American interdisciplinary artist and oral historian Tamara Santibañez. Tamara is a queer and trans artist whose work is rooted in storytelling and the visual language of identity construction, exploring subcultural semiotics and the meanings we make from bodily adornment. Listen to this episode to hear us chat …
 
Host Pablo Boczkowski interviews Prof. Melissa Villa-Nicholas (University of Rhode Island). Among different topics, they talk about how can the scholarly process make Latinx realities visible. This is episode sixty-five of El Café Latinx, a podcast produced by the Center for Latinx Digital Media at Northwestern University.…
 
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project. This is a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us. I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes, Today’s guest is Christopher David Rosales, a Chicano author and professor of Chicano & Latino Studies at California State University Long Beach. Join us as we dive into his lat…
 
Host Pablo Boczkowski interviews Prof. Alcides Velasquez(University of Kansas). Among different topics, they talk about how the experience of migrating from one country to the other shape the practices of learning, doing research, and teaching. This is episode sixty-four of El Café Latinx, a podcast produced by the Center for Latinx Digital Media a…
 
In this episode, I chat with Mexican-American illustrator Marisol Muro. Marisol is an LA-county-born and raised illustrator who creates 60 & 70s inspired illustrations that just take you back in time into a retro world full of kitschy imagery and nostalgic color palettes. Marisol originally went to school for Fashion Design and worked in the Fast-F…
 
As of 2020, approximately 62 million people identifying as Hispanic/Latino live in the U.S. Heading into the midterm elections, some 35 million are eligible to vote. We connected with Catheryn Chacón and Tannya G. Romero, co-founders of the community group Latinas413 - an organization dedicated to igniting the collective power of the Latinx communi…
 
Host Pablo Boczkowski interviews Prof. Bruno Takahashi (Michigan State University). Among different topics, they talk about de-westernizing environmental communication scholarship. This is episode sixty-three of El Café Latinx, a podcast produced by the Center for Latinx Digital Media at Northwestern University.…
 
Democrats have been drumming up a lot of excitement around passing the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). In this episode, Nery Espinosa, vice president of NEWCO Strategies and a tireless champion for Latinx, helps us unpack what the bill is, how it's going to benefit our communities, and why we need more legislation like this passed in the near future…
 
¡EN ESPAÑOL! For my spanish speaking peeps, en honor al mes de la Hispanidad, hemos hecho un episodio en español. La justicia en la comunicación es algo que nos apasiona, así que hablaremos de algunas cosas que no vemos mucho en los medios, porque ya saben - el que no llora...no... Votar es crucial en este año, así que explicaremos por qué es impor…
 
Host Pablo Boczkowski interviews Prof. Judith Mariscal (LATAM Digital and CIDE Mexico). Among different topics, they talk about how scholars can conduct research for development. This is episode sixty-two of El Café Latinx, a podcast produced by the Center for Latinx Digital Media at Northwestern University.…
 
In this episode, I chat with Argentinean illustrator, writer, and comic artist Eugenia Viti. Eugenia lives in Chicago with her husband and toddler, while working as an artist and a part-time HR rep. She's been published in The New Yorker and is the author of Be Pregnant: An Illustrated Companion for Moms-to-Be. I'm so excited for this conversation,…
 
Host Pablo Boczkowski interviews Prof. Christopher Chávez (University of Oregon). Among different topics, they talk about how the field of Latino, Latina, and Latinx media studies can move from the niche to the mainstream. This is episode sixty of El Café Latinx, a podcast produced by the Center for Latinx Digital Media at Northwestern University.…
 
In this episode, I chat with Salvadoran illustrator So Lazo. So is an Illustrator and tattoo artist from tiny, tropical El Salvador who immigrated to Berlin, Germany in 2021. They're also the author of two illustrated books and have had their own brand of illustrated products available on Etsy since 2016. I'm really excited to have So on the show, …
 
When Latinas sit at the table, decisions are made with equity and justice in mind. But don't take our word for it, special guests Helen Torres from HOPE (Hispanas Organized for Political Equality and Cynthia Moreno from USC Equity Research Institute just published a report that proves it. So how can we get more of us at those tables? Maybe you'll b…
 
Hot summer huh? Well, farmworkers around the US, a grand majority Latinx, are feeling the heat, with fatal results. Many of us tend to brush off the consequences of climate change, but the reality is this is just the beginning, and it's a symptom of many more things to come that will affect all of us. To discuss the consequences and action points o…
 
Karla Aguilar (she/her) is a recent entrepreneur who left her tech job to launch her own body care brand. She's the founder of CLUB PIEL, a genderless and inclusive subscription based body care brand in Latam and in a previous life a senior strategic partnerships and business development manager in tech. In this episode we talked more about Karla’s…
 
Isabel Gonzalez-Smith is a mother, doula, and the founder of Chicago Latina Moms. Isabel founded Chicago Latina Moms in the summer of 2014 when she was pregnant with her first son after struggling to find a community that didn’t automatically associate Latina motherhood with crisis and was determined to create a space for celebration, empowerment, …
 
The amazing Carmen talks about her life from her humble beginnings, the murder of her brother, and their move to Skokie from their beloved Humbolt Park for better opportunities but also meant leaving part of their culture, their language, and their loved ones. Her spirit and her words are uplifting and her journey was not easy, especially after bec…
 
Gabby and Lucio reflect on their childhood and teenage summer experiences in Los Angeles and make sense of the beauty of summer as aspiring adults. They discuss what makes an L.A. summer unique, culturally relevant, and joyous. Learn about how they navigated staying cool, made questionable teenage decisions, and wax poetic about their love for the …
 
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