JJ and Rachel's Mayoral Interviews, Part 2
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6M ago
This is the final part of the two-part interview with candidates for Boise mayor Mike Masterson and Lauren McLean. JJ Saldaña and Rachel Spacek ask the candidates the hard questions about policing, how they will address issues that disproportionately affect the Latino community in Boise, and of course, their knowledge about delicious Mexican food in Boise. Antonio Hernandez produced this episode and Rebecca De León contributes to context ..read more
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JJ + Rachel's Mayoral Interviews, part 1
The Latino Card
by The Latino Card
7M ago
JJ Saldaña and Rachel Spacek interview incumbent mayor Lauren McLean and challenger Mike Masterson and ask them why they are running to be the mayor of Boise, and drill them on issues important to Latinos such as affordable housing, and what they'll do for Latinos in Boise. Part 1 of 2. This episode starts with a dedication to JJ Saldaña, who tragically passed away just days after the recording. We at The Latino Card are absolutely heartbroken, as he was the star of the show, and a very dear friend and advocate for our community. We love you, JJ ..read more
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La Consejera
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by The Latino Card
7M ago
Co-host Antonio Hernandez chats with bicultural counselor Cristina Medrano. After relocating from Mexico to Idaho at 12, Cristina rose to become Nampa High's student body vice president. With her expertise in assisting culturally diverse and Spanish-speaking children and adults, Cristina shares valuable insights on supporting our Latinx community for the upcoming school year ..read more
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Los Voluntarios
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by The Latino Card
8M ago
JJ and Antonio explore the depth of community involvement, reflecting on their volunteer beginnings and offering tips for engagement, highlighted by JJ's revelation of his trilingual talents ..read more
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El Centro Cultural
The Latino Card
by The Latino Card
9M ago
JJ and Antonio delve into the drama of the City of Nampa's takeover of the Hispanic Cultural Center, pausing for a nostalgic reflection on Antonio's quinceañera, before unpacking the events that led to this transition and pondering the center's future ..read more
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Mislabeled: Orgullo Moreno
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by The Latino Card
9M ago
Erica Rodarte Costa, Legal Fellow at the ACLU of Idaho, shares insights into their bombshell report on how discrimination against Latine students is built into policy culture at public schools in Canyon County, causing JJ's jaw to literally drop on the floor ..read more
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Let's FlamenGO
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by The Latino Card
10M ago
Stephanie Sánchez, Community Arts Coordinator at the Morrison Center, shares why art is important to bringing people together, how she got involved in flamenco and why it's important for her connection to her indigenous heritage, why the Morrison Center is hosting mariachi Christmas, and why JJ and Antonio dancing on radio without visuals is a bad idea ..read more
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Latine Storytellers
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by The Latino Card
11M ago
Co-host Antonio Hernandez interviews journalist and Voces intern Richard Rodriguez, who reported on the University of Idaho murders for Boise State Public Radio while he was a student there. Join us as we dig deep into how Richard views reporting on that and the Latine community as someone personally affected by the issues ..read more
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The Freshest DJ
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by The Latino Card
1y ago
Co-hosts JJ Saldaña and Antonio Hernandez talk to DJ Fresh, a Treasure Valley DJ who followed in his father's footsteps as a fan of music and a promoter ..read more
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Caldwell High
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by The Latino Card
1y ago
JJ Saldaña, Antonio Hernandez, and Rebecca De León of The Latino Card come together to discuss the events that happened at Caldwell High School when Latino students protested, led by Brenda Hernandez, a racist policy enforced by Caldwell School District, and the ensuing fumble of the investigation of vandalism by the Caldwell Police Department ..read more
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