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Radio Cachimbona is an abolitionist podcast that audio-archives state repression and fierce migrant resistance in the Southern Arizona borderlands and breaks down case law and politics from a leftist perspective. As a first-generation professional whose parents are Salvadoran immigrants, Yvette prioritizes uplifting the voices and histories of Central Americans.
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Yvette Borja entrevista al profesor Miguel Angel Diaz Perera sobre la historia de Máximo y Bartola, dos niños Centroamericanos quienes fueron traficados para participar en las exhibiciones de "freak show de Barnum and Bailey" en el siglo 19. Discutan cómo el racismo científico contribuyó a la opresión de Máximo y Bartola, como las percepciones de l…
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Valesi e Bunnyman continuam fuçando no que é melhor do novo mundo da música e apresentando pra voce! Nessa edição teremos Benson Boone (Beautiful Things) Priestgate (Summair), Dry Aged (Not to Blame) e Emergency (Another Hit). Além de estarem presentes Guns n Roses (Perhaps) e Pixies (Catfish Kate) no quadro Velhas Novidades. … Você pode conferir n…
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É fevereiro, passou o passageiro Carnaval mas o que sempre impera é o Rock! Viva 1974! Aqui os clássicos de Kiss, Raul Seixas, Stelly Dan e Deep Purple chegam bombando nesse 26º episódio. Trecho “Levanta Volume” extraido do video Volume Morto do canal Barbixas. Spotify – https://spoti.fi/3IVWcu2 Deezer https://deezer.page.link/ohVYb1mLbw3YJZwa8 Est…
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Yvette Borja interviews professor and author Laurence Ralph about his upcoming book "Sito: An American Teenager and the City That Failed Him." They discuss how the juvenile justice system traumatizes youth, lament the criminal legal system's failure to provide healing for victim's family members, and envision accountability without punishment. To s…
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Thiago Raposo foi lá e vasculhar sua Discoteca Perdida e acha mais uma pérola. Lançado em 1999, Olhos de Farol demonstra como o icônico Ney Matogrosso tem a arte em suas veias de voz. Dotado de uma capacidade incrivel de cantar a vida, Ney nos demonstra que apesar das décadas de trabalho esta longe de se mostrar fora dos tempos atuais. … Estamos no…
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Segundo álbum, segundo episódio do Who Are You Echo and The Bunnymen. Após a estréia, vamos para Heaven Up Here, um álbum mais maduro do que o primeiro e com uma capa sensacional sendo prestigiada até hoje. Eles sobreviveram ao teste do primeiro album, mas será que evoluiram? Vamos conferir nessa edição. Spotify – https://spoti.fi/3IVWcu2 Deezer ht…
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Yvette Borja interviews Belén Sisa, creator and host of the Pretty Serious Podcast and former National Latino Press Secretary for Senator Sanders' presidential campaign. They discuss the history of the DACA movement and Belén's participation in it, the importance of voting in local elections, and why it's important to vote Kyrsten Sinema out of off…
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Yvette Borja interviews professor and author Cesar Cuauhtémoc García Hernández about his upcoming book Welcome The Wretched: In Defense of the Criminal Alien. They discuss how migration is an example of decolonial resistance, the importance of celebrating the "ordinariness" of migrants, and why Hernandéz wants the privileges that a US passport brin…
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Fabricio Tarosso já é aquele cara que sabe onde fica a geladeira, distribui a cerveja para os presentes e ainda comanda a pickup com os melhores bolachões inusitados para a equipe AutoRadio. Com material narrado e apimentado pelo Valesi, uma lenda toca nossos ouvidos hoje: MR. BIG! E com toda certeza, eles tem muita coisa boa além dos hits que você…
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Summertime! É verão! E com ele, sempre tem um hit! Mas vamos fazer diferente. Vamos recordar dois hits de verão de cada década desde os anos 1960 nesse Radio Auto. Spotify – https://spoti.fi/3IVWcu2 Deezer https://deezer.page.link/ohVYb1mLbw3YJZwa8 Estamos no Telegram. Nos encontre lá no nosso Grupo Nos adicione no seu agregador de podcasts pelo fe…
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On this #litreview, Yvette Borja brings back Salvi lawyer Yessenia Medrano to discuss Freedom Is A Constant Struggle by Angela Davis. They share what leftist movements can use the hopeful spark that Davis inspires, why global solidarity is necessary for liberation, and why freeing Palestine needs to be on every United Statesian leftist's agenda. To…
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Valesi vira o ano e vira os discos e estamos no ano novo de 1974! Aqui os clássicos de Gentle Giant, Hot Tuna, Bob Dylan e Foghat debutam o ano com todos os pés na porta nesse 25º episódio. Trecho “Levanta Volume” extraido do video Volume Morto do canal Barbixas. Spotify – https://spoti.fi/3IVWcu2 Deezer https://deezer.page.link/ohVYb1mLbw3YJZwa8 E…
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On this *UNLOCKED* #litreview, Yvette and friend of the podcast Yessenia Medrano discuss the first three chapters of To Rise in Darkness: Revolution, Repression, and Memory 1920-1932. They discussed the Salvadoran elite’s complete disconnect from the material realities of the majority of the working class at the turn of the 20th century, the govern…
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Valesi e Bunnyman continuam fuçando no que é melhor do novo mundo da música e apresentando pra voce! … Nessa edição teremos Play Dead (Barbershop), HotWax (Drop) Brigitte Calls Me Baby (Impressively Average), Green Lung (Let the Devil In). … Além de estarem presentes especialmente nesse décimo episódio nossos ídolos Morrissey (Rebels Without Applau…
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On this *unlocked* Patreon episode, Yvette Borja interviews deportation defense lawyer and friend of the podcast Jehan Laner Romero to discuss the SCOTUS ruling in Sineneng v. Smith. They disagree with SCOTUS' characterization of 9th circuit "out-of-bounds" behavior, express gratitude that SCOTUS punted on the First Amendment analysis, and criticiz…
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Segunda temporada do Who Are You Echo and The Bunnymen agora dando continuidade pós o Episódio Zero e entrando no Episódio Número 1 com histórias do seu primeiro álbum: Crocodiles. Será que foi uma boa estréia? Está aí o clássico para relembrarmos o início dessa banda fantástica. Spotify Spotify – https://spoti.fi/3IVWcu2 Deezer https://deezer.page…
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Yvette Borja interviews Jasmine Rangel, policy expert, about how and why housing security is important, how the undocumented community is often overlooked in housing policy, and the results of a case study analyzing Boston and Houston-area eviction rates in immigrant-heavy neighborhoods. Support the Radio Cachimbona podcast by becoming a patreon mo…
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Thiago Raposo inicia o ano trazendo um cara que veio com novidades revisitadas Rock Popular Brasileiro chegou nas lojas com os dois pés na porta e recolocou Paulo Ricardo nas paradas novamente. Revisite essa obra nesse primeiro Discoteca Perdida do ano. Estamos no Spotify https://spoti.fi/3IVWcu2 … Estamos no Deezer https://deezer.page.link/ohVYb1m…
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Yvette Borja interviews Carlos Sauceda about his campaign to return home, the deplorable conditions in ICE detention centers that cause people to self deport, and how the deportation of one person affects families and communities. The discussion is grounded in the #litreview pick Deported Americans by Beth Caldwell. To support the podcast, get earl…
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Yvette Borja interviews Enrique Alan Olivares-Pelayo about how his lived experience of incarceration informs his graduate research on the production and maintenance carceral landscapes of Arizona. They discuss the pandemic of deaths in the Pima County jail and Enrique shares how he became involved in the campaign to stop the creation of a new and e…
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Yvette Borja interviews Gloria of Nalgona Positivity Pride. They discuss why Gloria has taken a harm reduction approach to eating disorder recovery, how traditional treatment options have failed many, and why "healing isn't a requirement" for Gloria's recovery approach. Follow @radiocachimbona on Instagram, X, and Facebook. Follow @nalgonapositivit…
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Yvette Borja interviews Xavi and V of the mutual aid project Community on Wheels. They discuss the fallacies of carceral humanism, what social services could be funded with the $400 million currently proposed for a new jail, and why it's important for everyone to be trained in how to use naloxone. To support the podcast, become a patron: https://pa…
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Yvette Borja interviews LA-based Salvi poet Yesika Salgado. They discuss how Yesika is writing into the silences of Salvadoran diaspora culture and history; Yesika shares her journey to becoming a published poet and the tensions around writing about a motherland steeped with historical trauma. To support the podcast, get first access to episodes li…
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Yvette Borja interviews Professors Gloria Negrete-Lopez and Brooke Lober about their contributions to the anthology Abolition Feminisms. They discuss why we need abolition feminisms in this moment, how aesthetics are inherently political, and how the stereotypical anarchist all-black garb erases femme abolitionist aesthetics. Buy Abolition Feminism…
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Yvette Borja and Jehan Laner Romero discuss an ABA report looking at attrition rates for women of color lawyers in corporate firms over time, consider how nonprofits can better support, train, and mentor women of color lawyers, and share their current roles as lawyers and what drew them to these jobs. To support the podcast, become a patron: https:…
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Yvette Borja interviews Javier Zamora, author of "Solito." They discuss how Javier found the strength as a shy person to write a memoir about one of the hardest times of his life, his journey to becoming "ultra Salvi," and the power of seeing Salvadoran Spanish in a published book. To support the podcast, become a patron at: https://patreon.com/rad…
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Yvette Borja interviews University of Arizona Law School Professor Shefali Milczarek-Desai to discuss two of her recent/upcoming papers about the intersection of immigrants' rights and workers' rights. They discuss the ineffectiveness of Arizona's 2017 paid sick leave law, especially amongst im/migrant workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, the tens…
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Yvette Borja entrevista a Juan Pablo Garnham del Laboratorio de Desalojos en la universidad de Princeton sobre cómo los desalojos impactan a la comunidad indocumentada. Discutieron cómo la gente indocumentada no ésta representada en los datos de cortes de desalojo y cómo varía transparencia de datos sobre desalojo en diferentes áreas regionales de …
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Yvette Borja interviews Juan Pablo Garnham of Princeton's Eviction Lab. They discussed how eviction impacts undocumented people, the ways that current eviction court data erases the real impact of eviction on migrant communities, and the regional variation in transparency around eviction court data. Listen to the #litreview unpacking Matthew Desmon…
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On this episode, Yvette interviews Henry Martinez, brother of Eyvin Hernandez, a Salvadoran-American deputy public defender in Los Angeles who has been wrongfully detained in Venezuelan military camps and prisons for over 16 months. They discuss Biden's lackluster response to Eyvin's situation and how Latinxs are often treated as second-class citiz…
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Yvette interviews author and DJ Emilly Prado about her book of essays "Funeral For Flaca." They commiserate about growing up in predominantly white towns in the Bay Area, discuss how the book, which also has an accompanying playlist, is both a mixtape and collection of essays, and Prado shares the complexities of writing truth as a memoirist. Suppo…
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On this episode, Yvette interviews Jess Findley and Janis Gallego of the University of Arizona's "lawtina" program, a one-of-a-kind effort to create a pipeline for Latina women to enter the legal profession. They share what makes the U of A an ideal place for this pilot program, why such a mentoring program is needed, and why they became involved i…
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This special episode is a recording of Yvette's lecture on "How To Be a Movement Lawyer," for the National Lawyers Guild and Immigration Law Students Association chapters at the University of Arizona law school. Yvette critiques mainstream impact litigation techniques, shares how she became a movement lawyer, and explains the critical role that the…
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On this episode, Yvette interviews NYU professor of anthropology and American Studies Arlene Dávila about her book "Latinx Art." They discuss what defines an 'artivist,' how Latinx art challenges the field's status quo, and why it's important to honor and recognize Latinx artists and the work they create. To support the podcast and get access to ex…
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Estamos de fiesta en este podcast, celebrando el natalicio del "Bad Bunny” del siglo XIX, Juan Morel Campos (166 años), la Semana de la Danza Puertorriqueña y los cinco años del Isla Caribe Podcast. Para esta celebración volvemos a sentarnos con Luis Zayas, quien fue nuestro primer invitado un 16 de mayo de 2018, junto a su hermana Ingrid Zayas. Am…
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On this collaboration interview, Yvette and Israel and Sunem Tovar of the Money Chismes podcast discuss the importance of financial literacy for first-gen professionals, debate whether investing in the stock market is buying into capitalism, and share how getting your money right can be liberating. Support Radio Cachimbona by becoming a patron for …
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Comenzamos el mes de mayo hablando sobre San Germán que este mes esta de fiesta celebrando 450 años, pero ¿porque se celebra en San Germán? En este podcast nos sentamos hablar con el historiador Juan Riestra sobre los ataques piratas que forzaron el movimiento de la Villa, hasta llegar a las Lomas de Santa Marta en 1573, hace 450 años. Dale oido y …
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On this episode, Yvette interviews professor and poet Cynthia Guardado about her new book of poems "Cenizas." They discuss how the Salvadoran civil war continues to haunt Guardado, the necessity of humanizing a group of people whose trauma defines them in public discourse, and all the ways that inter-generational trauma shows up in Salvadoran famil…
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WE'RE BACK! On this collaboration interview, Yvette and Carlos Guadron, creator and host of the Salvis Unidos podcast, discuss their experiences as Salvadoran-Americans hosting Cent-Am-focused podcasts. Carlos shares how rare it is to find fellow Salvis in New York, explains how his podcast came about, and shares why creating both political and soc…
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On this episode, Yvette interviews Carolina Escamilla Rivera about her book of short stories "After" about an adolescent coming of age during the Salvadoran Civil War. They discuss how Rivera "composted memory" to communicate what has happening in El Salvador in the 70s and 80s, the role that theatre plays in the fight for a better world, and balan…
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On this episode, Yvette Borja brings her partner Joseph on to discuss gaming the credit card rewards system. They share their favorite experiences they've shared with credit card rewards points, compare the Marriott rewards program to the Hyatt rewards program, and breakdown the dollar: credit card point ratio and how tom maximize it. Chase Sapphir…
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On this episode, Yvette Borja interviews poet and writer Aline Mello about her new book of poems "More Salt Than Diamond." Mello shares why her love poems are "reluctant," what it means to be "more salt than diamond" and what "country" means for a Brazilian immigrant in the U.S. Support the podcast by becoming a patron: https://www.patreon.com/radi…
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On this episode, criminal defense lawyer Laura Barrera and law professors Paulina Vera, Valeria Gomez and Arlene Amarante join Yvette Borja to discuss "procedural subjugation" and how it shows up in immigration law. They share why immigration lawyers are more likely to critique the system they work within, how procedure is utilized as justification…
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On this episode, Yvette brings back friend of the podcast Eloisa Lopez about the state of abortion care in Arizona post-Dobbs. Eloisa breaks down the fetal personhood law that caused immediate confusion among abortion providers statewide after the Supreme Court released its Dobbs decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the complications around publicizin…
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