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Chicano, Mexican, Mexican American, Central American and South American people’s issues, Current events, news, trends, political climate, style, fashion, food, music and love. Everything related to our culture and identity as an indigenous people’s in the modern age. Keywords: Latino Podcast, Latin Podcast, Hispanic Podcast, Spanish.
 
W. Kamau Bell and Hari Kondabolu are comedians who take politics seriously — and longtime friends, trying to help keep each other sane. Join them as they pull the alarm on the dumpster fire that is American politics, and talk to the creators, thinkers, and leaders doing the work to defend and reinvent our democracy.
 
"Finding inspiration in the everyday." Life As I See It is a daily (60 Seconds...ish episodes) and weekly (longer format audio stories/musical episodes) public radio program and podcast. Each week we choose themes, topics, musical episodes, and audio stories that delve into a variety of stories that intrigue the mind. Jaime Roque also airs Life As I See It on alternate Tuesdays on KQBH 101.5 FM out of Los Angeles, Ca from 9pm-10pm, listen live on LPFM.LA or download the iOS app by searching ...
 
In this podcast we use art as a platform to examine stories about Mexico’s past and present. Each episode examines some famous works of art through the perspectives of a Mexican national, a Chicano, and a White American. Through these “new voices" we explore and rethink many of the stories we’ve been told about Mexico – and the United States – and its relevance to American contemporary life. Our podcast is co-hosted and produced by Ross Chambless, with insight and commentary from Susan Vogel ...
 
‘MUSIC is not Everything, but without MUSIC…..Everything is Nothing..!’ Chicano (* 17. August 1990 civil name Manuel Clauss) is a German DJ, remixer and music producer from Berlin. He plays a mixture of melodic, driving Deep House, Tech House and Techno. Artist Name The pronunciation of his pseudonym “Chicano" is used both in German and American. The idea of his stage name came from his numerous tattoos, all of which were engraved in the so-called ‘Chicano style’ Biography Chicano, grew up i ...
 
We are featuring a new edition until Election Day! Please support us. We're an online media platform. We produce podcast shows and publish journals of news and culture. Afrosaya is featuring "The AfroLatino Podcast" which is produced by Alex Gutierrez. Alex has worked with Black communities in Latin America for more than 10 years. AFROSAYA Podcast is produce in English and in Spanish. AFROSAYA, also, advocate for access to quality education, health and justice for all. Occasionally, in Afros ...
 
History podcasts of Mexico, Latina, Latino, Hispanic, Chicana, Chicano, Mexicana, Mexicano, genealogy, mexico, mexican, mexicana, mexicano, mejico, mejicana, mejicano, hispano, hispanic, hispana, latino, latina, latin, america, espanol, espanola, spanish, indigenous, indian, indio, india, native, native american, chicano, chicana, mesoamerican, mesoamerica, raza, podcast, podcasting, nuestra, familia, or unida are welcome here. If it has to do with the history of America, California, Oregon, ...
 
Identical Twins, Jose & Angel host their own brand of radio talk with the Yin & Yang, Yo-Yo dynamic that only a Twin pair can have. There will be guests, call-ins and plenty of debate from Jose and Angel's vastly differing points of view. All the while celebrating "Twin-Dom". Now you can experience the world through the Twins' Hernandez distinct points of view: Differing opinions molded from a life of ups, downs, sideways and out where the only thing constant is their unique alliance and riv ...
 
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An unbelievable line up this week sees Tune-Yards' Merrill Garbus ask Danielle and Este from Haim, Black Pumas's Eric Burton and Bardo Martinez of Chicano Batman if they consider the audience when writing, the ways in which their creative process has adapted from when they started out, and how they use the music of the past in their work. Eric Burt…
 
Are we pawns? Are we playing a game we can't win? Are we being sold to the highest bidder? Will our people ever gain equity in the country playing their game? Will we ever have proper representation in Congress? Will we ever be in the Senate will we ever have an indigenous President? Will we ever have proper representation in large Businesses givin…
 
It's time for another review roundup. Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot give their opinions on new records by AC/DC, Beabadoobee and more. Plus, a conversation with members of the Georgia post-punk band Pylon. Featured Songs: Pylon, "Cool," Cool (Single), DB, 1979 AC/DC, "Shot in the Dark," Power Up, Columbia, 2020 AC/DC, "Through The Mists Of Time,…
 
NP ALL LIT V: Poetry, Prose, & Music Beginning to End.All Lit V, poetry and prose from beginning to end. Featuring the work of Gris Muñoz, David Romero, Alfredo Corchado, Maria Hinojosa, Tony Diaz, and Ire'ne Lara Silva.Airdate: Nov. 24, 2020.NP Radio airs live Tuesdays 6pm-7pm cst 90.1 FM KPFT Houston, TX. Livestream www.KPFT.org.More podcasts at …
 
Latinos discuss the Latino Vote. Imagine that. Tony Diaz interviews Judge-Elect Natalia Cornelio, one of the Super 7 Latinas who ran for judge and won in Harris County. He also talks to the publisher of Que Onda Magzine Gabriel Esparza about the state of Latino media and its impact on the Latino Vote. Airdate: Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020. 2 pm.We answer…
 
Sonic Youth founder Thurston Moore is joined by Brix Smith, Stephen O'Malley of Sunn O))) and Rachel Aggs to discuss staying creative in lockdown, connecting to their audiences, and the link between politics and their work.Thurston Moore is a songwriter, guitarist, vocalist, and founded the band Sonic Youth. Joining him is Stephen O'Malley, a guita…
 
Since his days fronting Hüsker Dü, Bob Mould has been one of hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot's favorite politically-minded artists. His latest album may be his most directly political and he returns to the show to discuss it. Then we hear the story of the English space rock band Hawkwind from author Joe Banks. Bob Mould, "American Crisis," Blue He…
 
Comedian Sarah Cooper shares the secrets she's learned lip-syncing to our most toxic president and making her Netflix special Everything's Fine. Then, Dr. Peter Hotez talks about surviving the COVID-19 spike, fighting anti-science propaganda, developing a dollar-a-dose coronavirus vaccine — and why Kamau should settle his beef with Surgeon General …
 
Have you ever had a Michelada? If so, how fresh was it? Today's guests started Big Mich, a freshly squeezed and pressed Michelada mix company based in Chicago. Javi and Nathalie sought out to disrupt the mixed drink space and bring new life and flavors to the world of Micheladas. We will learn about what it takes to start a business, the struggles,…
 
Bebel Gilberto welcomes Martha Wainwright, Sam Amidon and Martin Hayes to talk about the influence of their musical families, their most memorable live shows, why improvising is so essential, and walking the creative tightrope between doing something new and following traditions.Brazilian singer and songwriter Bebel Gilberto is the daughter of Boss…
 
Jesse Wegman dives into the extortionate history of the Electoral College. Indivisible's Meagan Hatcher-Mays outlines the prospects for the pro-democracy agenda without the blue wave. And Hari and Kamau kick back with Dope Queen Phoebe Robinson to talk publishing, Black Frasier, and texting with Michelle Obama. Find our guests: Jesse Wegman (@jesse…
 
This week we bring you a special rebroadcast of our episode featuring living blues legend Bobby Rush. Why now? Well this week he turns 87 and while he may be older than your harmonica-playing grandpa, he’s still going very strong. Bobby dropped his 27th studio record Rawer Than Raw this year and was nominated for a Grammy for good measure. As we re…
 
If you don’t know Paul Epworth’s name, you’ll certainly know his music, as he’s produced for the likes of Adele, Florence and the Machine and Rihanna. He asks 100 gecs, Arlo Parks and Dave Okumu about working with analogue equipment in a digital world, studio disasters, ideas that evaporate as they take too long to capture, and the difference betwe…
 
With us today are 3 band members from the musical group Quinto Imperio. The band is based in the Back of the Yards neighborhood of Chicago. Their music blends Cumbia and alternative beats to create a unique sound. Their activism centers around promoting immigration reform and supporting undocumented students. Today's episode will focus on the song …
 
Hari and Kamau check in with Alicia Garza of Black Futures Lab about the hope and confusion of Election 2020, what Joe Biden owes popular movements, and why this is no time for Democrats to follow the rules. Plus, Alicia's take on BLM going mainstream and becoming the target of all kinds of weird misinformation. Find our guest: Alicia Garza (@alici…
 
Election Day Deep Thoughts and Great Sounds: TODAY 6 pm 90.1 FM & www.KPFT.org. Nuestra Palabra brings you essays by Bryan Parras "Nature Will Ban Fracking", Mónica Rhor from Houston Chronicle, "'Historic decimation' of Latino communities can only be grasped one story at a time." And Tony Diaz with the essay "Independence from Corona Virus" in Engl…
 
If the Super 7 Latina Candidates for Judge win, there will be 10 Latina judges sitting in 120 posts. That is 8%. We are proud of them, but we are disappointed with the system. Support them and let's keep pushing for more representation.Las Super Siete Son/The Super Seven are:1. Amparo Guerra, Democratic nominee, 1st Court of Appeals Place 52. Ana M…
 
Dodgers win!!!!!!! The guys talk about the amazing win! Also the guys defend themselves " You know how we are". Jesus tells a story about seeing the homie fight with his girl, was it his Jesus' fault, probably. Than a discussion about the cost of living in Arizona and Jerry can't believe it. Finally the guys all tell scared straight stories and wha…
 
Hello everyone, this is Alejandro Gutierrez-Dunca AKA Alex, your host. Today we have a lot to talk! Get ready. On our Elk Grove Edition, I will talk about Political literature, I will answer to the comments from EG News (Thanks for the interests), I will talk about money and what’s in the city council? An article published by Elk Grove Citizen abou…
 
I continued digging into recent releases from The Flaming Lips, Phoebe Bridgers, The Killers, Sylvan Esso and Angel Olsen on the show this week, while the retro alternative section features a selection of great post-punk tunes, inspired by the excellent Spotify playlists that original mp3 blogger Matthew Perpetua of Fluxblog has been posting to his…
 
Songwriter, keyboardist, percussionist and Dirty Projector Felicia Douglass chats to Sly5thAve, Leon Michels, and Tiana Major9 about their desires to become musicians, skills and hobbies they’ve acquired during quarantine that have fed into their work, and how they start a new piece of music. Tiana Major9 is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter who h…
 
On the eve of a presidential election, hosts Greg Kot and Jim DeRogatis talk with the director of the new documentary, Jimmy Carter: Rock and Roll President about how Carter changed the way politicians interact with musicians. Plus, poet and music critic Hanif Abdurraqib talks about hosting the new season of the Lost Notes podcast on 1980.…
 
Hari and Kamau welcome Congresswoman Katie Porter, who wields her whiteboard against corrupt CEOs and regulators who don't do their jobs. Caroline Rose Giuliani talks about riding the Rudy rollercoaster and inspires Kamau to reveal his true identity. Plus, Hari's Dad Ravi Kondabolu on voting for the first time, citizenship and Hari's comedy. Find o…
 
This week, we finish off this season with Larkin Poe, a powerful Southern sister-act that has been wowing audiences around the world with their transformative take on Southern blues and cagey slide-guitar driven rock n' roll. Taking inspiration from their frontiersmen-inspired family who often build and make everything themselves, Rebecca and Megan…
 
In this episode we will sit down with Disha Chandiramani and Tiffany Javier, two immigration lawyers based in New York City and founders and partners of Javier & Chandiramani Law Firm. The topic of this episode is incredibly difficult and frustrating but must be understood and discussed in the context of the immigration debate that rages on in the …
 
One-Hour Special: Latinos Racially Profiled by Fort Bend Sherrif Dept Under Troy Nehls. This is the audio from the protest at the Sheriff's Department in Fort Bend, Texas. We want to thank all our allies from so many communities who united to defy discrimination.Air date: Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020.We answer only to our community. Please budget a donat…
 
Singer and cellist Kelsey Lu is joined by Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Lotic, and Fatima Al Qadiri to discuss how their ancestral backgrounds influence the stories they tell, the use of nature as a metaphor, and if they ever feel alone being an artist. Fatima Al Qadiri is an experimental Kuwaiti music producer and artist, currently based in Los Angeles.…
 
Hari and Kamau talk to Maria Hinojosa, anchor of Latino USA and co-host of In The Thick. She was the first Latina in the newsrooms at NPR, CNN, and PBS, and in her new memoir "Once I Was You," she connects the experiences of her Mexican immigrant family to her passion for defending the humanity of immigrants and refugees. She does her best to expla…
 
This week, we feature one of the leading roots-pop bands working today: Mipso. An affable and endlessly-creative quartet formed in Chapel Hill, NC, they are made up of fiddle player Libby Rodenbough, mandolinist Jacob Sharp, guitarist Joseph Terrell, and bassist Wood Robinson. Despite the anxious mood of their swing-state home base, it’s quite an e…
 
This week the guys talk about the Dodgers being down 3-1,(recorded last week when the Dodgers were down) can they pull it off? Jerry talks about his first weekend of shows back and he has the pictures to prove it. Then a discussion about the election and the guys all agree they might need a gun in the near future. Finally the guys talk Bill Burr on…
 
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