In this episode, Ana and Gaby have a special announcement for TEA TIME and they talk about their childhood dreams for STAY DREAMIN’! They discuss what inspired our dreams and … Continue Reading Podcast: S2E3- COMADREANDO HOUR: Stay Dreamin’
In this special episode, we are speaking with Selina, the founder of the recent March for Freedom. Selina is an amazing community organizer, danzante, and mother. Come take a listen! … Continue Reading Podcast: S3E15- Community Organizer Interview: Selinas
In this episode, Ana and Gaby introduce their newest segment for Season 2, CHATS CON LAS COMADRES! Our first guest is an amazing Latina writer and professor, Dr. Teresa Dovalpage. … Continue Reading Podcast: S2E2- COMADREANDO HOUR: CHATS CON LAS COMADRES- AUTHOR TERESA DOVALPAGE
On this day, Margaret Cho was born in San Francisco in 1968. Margaret’s parents, Young-Hie and Seung-Hoon Cho, ran Paperback Traffic, a bookstore on Polk Street at California Street in … Continue Reading Margaret Cho: Comedy Queen
Our recent IG LIVE was with our guests from our magazine’s podcast for our segment, COMMUNITY ORGANIZERS. We welcomed back Wendy, Ivette, and Edin. We also were introduced to Selina … Continue Reading IG LIVE: The March For Freedom Activists Speak
In this special episode, we are speaking with Edin who was part of a demonstration this year at the Dodger Stadium and the recent March for Freedom in SoCal. Eden … Continue Reading Podcast: S3E8- Community Organizer Interview: Edin
In this episode, Whitney and Sammy from PERUVIAN SISTERS tell us more about their community project, page, and YouTube channel. They also tell us about future events and a little … Continue Reading Podcast: S3E7- Learn About PERUVIAN SISTERS with Whit & Sam
In this special episode, we are speaking with Ivette @IvetteXochiyotl who was part of a demonstration this year at the Dodger Stadium. Ivette is an amazing community organizer, find out … Continue Reading Podcast: S3E6- Community Organizer Interview: Ivette
We have a new segment and it will be focused on social justice warriors, community organizers, and revolutionaries that undestand the importance of intersectional activism. Intersectional Activism understands the systems … Continue Reading WE HAVE A NEW SEGMENT: COMMUNITY ORGANIZER INTERVIEWS!
In this special episode, we are speaking with Wendy who was part of a demonstration this year at the Dodger Stadium. Wendy @power_pride_ is an amazing community organizer, find out … Continue Reading Podcast: S3E5- Community Organizer Interview: Wendy
In this episode, Ana (aka Latinachika) and Gaby (aka SaboraMI) introduce their new segment for Season 2, TEA TIME! The topic for this this episode is SELF-CARE! They talk about … Continue Reading Podcast: S2E1- COMADREANDO HOUR: Te Calmas o Te Calmo – The Self-Care Episode
By: LatinaChika We are back with I TRIED IT… 1st Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Calendar Disclaimer: I received this product for free from the creator for my honest review. Check out the … Continue Reading I TRIED IT… 1ST LATINX/HISPANIC HERITAGE CALENDAR
HAPPY LATINX/HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH!!! This month, we have decided to be more intentional about our focus on the Latinx community. Here is a few things we have done and plan … Continue Reading HAPPY HISPANIC/LATINX HERITAGE MONTH!
HAPPY LATINX/HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH!!! In this special episode, we will get to learn about the 1st Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Calendar with the creator, Raynelda Calderon! Raynelda is the author of various … Continue Reading Podcast: S3E4- Learn about the 1st HISPANIC/LATINX HERITAGE CALENDAR with Raynelda Calderon
Podcast: Intersectional Conversations: S2E3: Christina Martinez Benitez, 2 time Grammy winner & Emmy winner!
New episode is out now! In this special episode for our segment, TELL YOUR STORY, Christina Martinez Benitez, a two time Grammy Winner and Emmy winner, shares with us her … Continue Reading Podcast: Intersectional Conversations: S2E3: Christina Martinez Benitez, 2 time Grammy winner & Emmy winner!
On this day, Antonia Pantoja was born in Puerta de Tierra, in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1922. She studied at the University of Puerto Rico, where she obtained a … Continue Reading Antonia Pantoja: Queer Community Organizer and Educational Rights Fighter