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In this episode, our host Paola Marizán shares with co-producer Mareea Thomas how moving from her home country at age 6 made her feel displaced, how domestic violence lead her and su mama to be refugees and how now that she's older tiene que encarar and deal with depression; which is a taboo topic in the Latino communidad because it can be viewed as a sign of weakness.
An Immigration Center proposed to be built in Elkhart, Indiana, a city big on agriculture, mainly built on manufacturing and close to big areas with large Latino populations, represented a clear threat to Latinos in the area. Many protests halted the proposed center from coming along but people are still nervous about the possible outcome.
Making Puertorican Sofrito in the Midwest is sometimes a hassle so here's my journey to feel close to home through comida Latina, how this is part of my identity and why it matters.
After Trump's election, Lydia got punched in the face at the mall because of her dark skin and afro-like hair.
This Aztec drink of the gods is at least 2000 years old, and in this episode, en este episodio hablamos de porque esta bebida is seen as a cultural resistance to today’s political divide, by those from the native land of Pulque and why it’s becoming a catch in the heartland.