Best Hispanic Issues podcasts we could find (Updated September 2019)
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A discussion of current events without screaming or name calling!
 
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NHI Podcasts
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Ernesto Nieto, President and Founder of the National Hispanic Institute (NHI) sits with community leaders, educators, public officials, and friends to discuss and debate issues and opportunities within the hemispheric Latino community. NHI is a 37 year old nonprofit with a mission of making leadership a priority to Latino youth and communities of the future.
 
Interviewer and journalist Steve Scher holds in-depth conversations with authors, thinkers and artists about social. scientific and cultural issues. Series 2 of the podcast is supported by Town Hall Seattle.
 
Rays Latino Talk Podcast: Host Rafael "Ray" Collazo talks personal development, leadership, self-help, communication skills, relationships, news, politics and today's hottest issues with our most inspirational Latino leaders today. Rays Latino Talk Podcast will change your life today!
 
Every weekday, All Things Considered hosts Ailsa Chang, Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly and Ari Shapiro present the program's trademark mix of news, interviews, commentaries, reviews, and offbeat features. Michel Martin hosts on the weekends.
 
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Voices of Reason
Weekly
 
Jasen Lee and Amy Donaldson are speaking out and speaking up about the issues facing our community. We are engaging in conversations that seek to help us understand our differing views and opinions on complex social justice issues, and what possible common ground might guide us in our search for solutions.
 
TALK ABOUT WHAT IS GOING ON IN EDUCATION. WE ADDRESS SOCIAL ISSUES SUCH AS BEING CONSERVATIVE ON CAMPUS, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, CURRICULUM, JOBS, AND COURSES
 
Talk radio that wants to get you thinking, not tell you what to think! This daily discussion of local, state, and national issues offers original ideas and creative solutions. In addition to the news of the day, Fresh Take dives deeper on complex issues and brings you all sides of the debate.
 
Every weekday, All Things Considered hosts Ailsa Chang, Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly and Ari Shapiro present the program's trademark mix of news, interviews, commentaries, reviews, and offbeat features. Michel Martin hosts on the weekends.
 
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Fronteras
Weekly
 
"Fronteras" is a Texas Public Radio program exploring the changing culture and demographics of the American Southwest. From Texas to New Mexico and California, "Fronteras" provides insight into life along the U.S.- Mexico border. Our stories examine unique regional issues affecting lifestyle, politics, economics and the environment.
 
Based in southern New Mexico, the Nuestra Tierra Conservation Podcast explores public lands, conservation, and environmental issues from the lens of Latino and Hispanic communities living on the land. A project of the New Mexico Wildlife Federation, our podcast lifts up the voices of Latino communities and Latino leaders in New Mexico and across America to help inspire the next generation of conservation leaders.
 
Henry Lim was born in Managua, Nicaragua and came to the United States as an immigrant with his family. During the fourteen year immigration process, he learned first hand the value of an aggressive immigration attorney. Attorney Lim studied political science at Florida State University and graduated magna cum laude in 1995. Mr. Lim continued his studies at the University of Miami School of Law and graduated in 1998. While in law school, Attorney Lim was involved in immigration issues with H ...
 
This podcast will focus on real issues affecting Hispanic Americans in the United States, from crime and politics to immigration, terrorism, the economy, medicine and consumer related topics as well as feature the real stories behind newsmakers, celebrities, athletes and those individuals whose tales of survival, commitment and passion drove them to succeed in life. Some of them will sound familiar to you, others will be new to you, but nonetheless, their perseverance as they pursue their dr ...
 
ThinkNow Is a technology driven cultural insights agency. ThinkNow enables companies and government agencies to discover the cultural drivers that influence consumer decisions. We provide insight solutions to help organizations thrive in a changing demographic environment.ThinkNow also owns and operates one of the largest and most representative Hispanic online panels in the industry, DigaYGane.com, which is used to service our own research as well as provide sample to the leading market res ...
 
Emmy Award Winning comedian, Mike Robles, is your Host for this exciting and funny show, featuring celebrity guests, hot topics, and other surprises. Tune in, as Mike Robles discusses important issues, with a Latino twist.
 
Truth is trending on the Veritas News Network! VNN is an online publication featuring the news and is dedicated to in-depth investigative reporting with a consumer advocacy focus. Our Managing Editor is a veteran investigative journalist who has won dozens of awards. Several categories of news are featured on the Veritas News Network include Citizen Journalism, Consumer News, Ripoffs and Scams, Consumer Advocacy, World News, US News, Crime, Economic News, Editorial and Opinion, Education, He ...
 
Welcome! Here I will talk to a range of people on issues which interest me and I hope you, from religious slogans and wargaming to deeper political ideas to forgotten historical episodes. Bring up a chair, get comfortable, and enjoy!Avi
 
Club 700 Hoy is a half hour Spanish language weekly television program that airs throughout Latin America and in the United States on the US Hispanic network, Azteca America. Produced in a magazine style format, it has the variety and pacing of a morning show that highlights popular opinion on current issues and provides answers to the most complex problems of today's life.
 
Issues and Voices that Matter
 
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Bible News Radio
Monthly
 
Bible News Radio provides listeners information about current events and the bible from a traditional conservative point of view. This unique, husband and wife duo, of Randall & Stacy Harp, use their biblical knowledge and research coupled with common sense, humor and a direct approach that gives listeners the ability to engage without feeling uncomfortable. Bible News Radio often addresses issues that are biblical in nature, and some may consider "fringe" or conspiratorial but aren't. We th ...
 
Listen. CALL. talk LIVE. DiScUsS.CALL IN LEGAL TALK/COMMUNITY ISSUES INTERNET RADIO SHOW.Philadelphia Attorney Debra D. Rainey hosts a Fun, funky, FRESH, Legal Talk/Community Issues show, the anti-legal talk show tha is bodl, raw, real and rowdy to say the least!. For the People. law in plain language endeavors to break down the law in plain language, but with flair, education and entertainment. Listeners and fans alike get invovled by sending in questions and comments that are read/discusse ...
 
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Business: Engaged!
Monthly
 
Business: Engaged! talks with leaders in the world of small business. Carrie Perrien Smith explores unique and proven solutions to today's challenges.
 
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Faith may be a constant in the country music artist's new album, Room 41, but he's not hiding his demons. "I just try to write some lyrics that can maybe prick somebody's heart," Cauthen says.By Michel Martin, Dustin DeSoto, Emma Bowman.
 
Not every corner of the world is yet on Google Street View. Tawanda Kanhema sees these gaps as a kind of digital divide, so he volunteers to photograph and upload some of the places left off the map.By Chloee Weiner.
 
Merriam-Webster has added over 500 words, phrases and abbreviations to the dictionary, but one new definition for the word 'they' is causing a stir.
 
Michel Martin speaks with the New Yorker's Adam Entous to learn more about why the son of former Vice President Joe Biden has drawn attention from President Trump for his past work in Ukraine.
 
Meanwhile, President Trump and his allies say he has committed no wrongdoing in his communications with the leader of Ukraine.By Jenny Gathright.
 
Michel Martin speaks with Christopher Bonner, a historian at the University of Maryland, about the significance of the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, which was issued on Sept. 22, 1862.By NPR.
 
World leaders are meeting in New York on Monday amid growing fear that promises countries have made to reduce emissions are insufficient to avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change.By Rebecca Hersher.
 
Faith may be a constant in the country music artist's new album, Room 41, but he's not hiding his demons. "I just try to write some lyrics that can maybe prick somebody's heart," Cauthen says.By NPR.
 
When a teacher suggested Yashere become an actor, her mom said: "Actor? No, no, no. You can act like a doctor when you become a doctor." Yashere is now a co-creator of the sitcom Bob Hearts Abishola.By Elizabeth Blair.
 
Michel Martin speaks with the New Yorker's Adam Entous to learn more about why the son of former Vice President Joe Biden has drawn attention from President Trump for his past work in Ukraine.By NPR.
 
World leaders are meeting in New York on Monday amid growing fear that promises countries have made to reduce emissions are insufficient to avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change.By NPR.
 
A senior from South Broward High School was suspended for passing out flyers at school advertising Friday's Global Youth Climate Strike and is speaking out about his experience.By NPR.
 
Michel Martin speaks with freelance writer Isabelia Herrera about rebranding "Hispanic Heritage Month."By NPR.
 
Michel Martin speaks with Christopher Bonner, a historian at the University of Maryland, about the significance of the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, which was issued on Sept. 22, 1862.
 
Merriam-Webster has added over 500 words, phrases and abbreviations to the dictionary, but one new definition for the word 'they' is causing a stir.By NPR.
 
Michel Martin speaks with freelance writer Isabelia Herrera about rebranding "Hispanic Heritage Month."
 
When a teacher suggested Yashere become an actor, her mom said: "Actor? No, no, no. You can act like a doctor when you become a doctor." Yashere is now a co-creator of the sitcom Bob Hearts Abishola.By NPR.
 
A senior from South Broward High School was suspended for passing out flyers at school advertising Friday's Global Youth Climate Strike and is speaking out about his experience.
 
Meanwhile, President Trump and his allies say he has committed no wrongdoing in his communications with the leader of Ukraine.By NPR.
 
Not every corner of the world is yet on Google Street View. Tawanda Kanhema sees these gaps as a kind of digital divide, so he volunteers to photograph and upload some of the places left off the map.By NPR.
 
Michel Martin speaks to the former Secretary of Defense and CIA director about the recent whistleblower complaint said to involve President Trump — and how the intelligence community is responding.
 
Michel Martin offers a remembrance of her friend and colleague, journalist Cokie Roberts.By Michel Martin.
 
A funeral mass took place on Saturday in Washington, D.C. to remember the life of one of the founding mothers of NPR.
 
Michel Martin discusses comedian Shane Gillis' racist remarks and how Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang has responded with three commentators: Jeremy Gordon, Jenn Fang and Kevin Xu.
 
Thirteen Marines stand accused of transporting migrants from the border to locations around San Diego County.By Steve Walsh.
 
Don't let the sticker price of college paralyze you. NPR's Chris Arnold of the Life Kit podcast debunks a myth about saving for that college tuition bill that could help you save more than you think.By Chris Arnold.
 
Michel Martin speaks with Michelle Luján Grisham about her proposal to make tuition at state institutions free for state residents.
 
Michel Martin speaks with the Los Angeles mayor about President Trump's remarks regarding the city's homeless crisis.
 
Houston Chronicle reporter Mike Morris talks with Michel Martin about the recent flooding in Texas and what Houston has done to improve infrastructure since Hurricane Harvey two years ago.
 
The New England Patriots have cut Antonio Brown after just 11 days with the team. The wide receiver is accused of sexual assault and his future in the NFL is now in doubt.By Esteban Bustillos.
 
Southeast Texas is cleaning up after the remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda doused the region. At least two people died and hundreds were flooded out of their homes or trapped in cars.By Gail Delaughter.
 
Betty Corwin, creator of the Theatre on Film and Tape Archive, has died at 98. Her project preserves theatrical performances for theater professionals, scholars and New York library card holders.By Jeff Lunden.
 
Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri is 46 and the oldest player in the NFL. He'd been going strong - until this season. He says he is dealing with mental "demons" that some kickers can feel.By Tom Goldman.
 
New York rapper Kemba speaks with NPR's Audie Cornish about the themes of his debut album, Gilda, and the emotional labor that went into making it.By Audie Cornish, Fatma Tanis.
 
What was so concerning that a U.S. intelligence official filed a whistleblower complaint? That's the question in Washington. When asked about it, President Trump tried to put the focus on Joe Biden.By Audie Cornish, Ryan Lucas.
 
Ramesh Ponnuru of The National Review and Bloomberg Opinion and Jonathan Capehart of the Washington Post talk about the whistleblower controversy and Iran.
 
A new sexual misconduct allegation against Justice Brett Kavanugh raises questions about why the Supreme Court doesn't have a code of conduct. Ari Shapiro talks to NPR's Nina Totenberg.By Nina Totenberg, Ari Shapiro.
 
China is the world's largest importer of oil. It buys a lot of crude oil from Saudi Arabia and is investing heavily in Iran. So China is especially vulnerable to instability in the Middle East.By Jim Zarroli.
 
Walmart says it will stop selling electronic cigarettes at Walmart and Sam's Club locations.By Colin Dwyer.
 
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler about the administration's plans to revoke California's authority to set its own vehicle emissions standards.
 
The Ukraine story and President Trump........PM Trudeau and black face........Obama vs Trump approval at this point of their presidencies.........Happy # 85 Sophia Loren......Mantle # 536 in 1968...................and other stories............. Please check our blog or follow me on Twitter.... Check Carlos Guedes' schedule this week in Dallas.....…
 
(0:00) Local News Chat: Tammy Elliott Consumer Alerts (19:10) Winnebago County Allowing ATVs on Some Roads (38:33) Appleton Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month (58:15) "Hamilton" Star Joseph Morales on Life on the Road (1:08:55) What's Goin' On with Beth Knapinski, Fox Cities CVB (1:17:50) Sound Off on Vaping Fears, Room Tax & More (1:28:03) The ...…
 
There’s a rich, but often unexplored, piece of Texas history along the state’s southern and southwestern corridors. Settlers arrived in the Rio Grande Valley hundreds of years ago, and the people of color — who called the region home long before the newcomers — became targets of racism. The discrimination these populations endured is still havi ...…
 
Guests: Barry Jacobsen, military historian.....We will discuss the situation in Saudi Arabia and President Trump's options........and other stories.... Please check our blog or follow me on Twitter...... Check Carlos Guedes' schedule this week in Dallas.....By Silvio Canto Jr.
 
(0:00) Local News Chat: Weather Sirens & Rumble Strips (13:22) Fox Valley Restaurant Week: Mark's Eastside (20:32) Your Take on the Illegal Dredging in Greenville (39:35) Three New Exhibits at the Trout Museum of Art (59:42) Dem Strategist Tanya Bjork on Primary Race (1:31:07) The Takeaway: The Power of Family Ties Learn more about your ad choi ...…
 
The Impeachment show was a flop.....Are we watching Obama Disappointment Syndrome?.......The NY Times in panic mode over the Kavanaugh story.......Israel and no final results.......CBS and Bush military service 2004.......Chile independence day.........The Mayflower 1620.................and other stories............. Please check our blog or fo ...…
 
(0:00) Local News Chat: Contaminated Soil & Water Bills (18:37) Your Take on Prosecutors, Room Tax & Vaping Deaths (47:41) Scott Jensen, Leadership Fox Cities Alumni Fundraiser (57:07) The Professors on Presidential Health & Red Summer of 1919 (1:28:45) The Takeaway: Money Holds Great Legal Power Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphon ...…
 
On this episode of The Loudmouth Project's Voices of Reason, Jasen Lee we are talking about diversity and inclusion in the workplace with Sara Jones, founder & CEO of InclusionPro, which helps executives build inclusion and diversity at their companies and Olga Stoddard, assistant professor of Economics at Brigham Young University and senior re ...…
 
On this episode of The Loudmouth Project's Voices of Reason, Jasen Lee and Amy Donaldson we are talking about suicide awareness with Phillip Osteen, associate professor of Social Work and director of the Social Research Institute at the University of Utah.By KSL Newsradio.
 
Guest: Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda........Iran and the drone atack: What happens next? The Democrat debate.......The Kavanaugh and The New York Times story.....IG Horowitz has apparently presented a report to AG Barr......and other stories....... Please check our blog or follow me on Twitter. See Carlos Guedes' schedule....…
 
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