An Immigrant Inclusive Economy
Tamarindo Podcast
by Tamarindo | Sonoro
5d ago
On this episode, we first talk about Tricia Hersey’s “Rest Is Resistance”, which explores what it would be like to live in a well-rested world. Find the book here: thenapministry.com. Next, we share our immigrant stories and how the immigrant experience shapes who we are and what we do.  We then speak to two leaders that are advocating for the economic inclusion of immigrants through innovative and culturally responsive services and policies. We speak to Jose Quinonez, founding CEO of Mission Asset Fund based in San Francisco, an award-winning nonprofit with innovative nationwide models f ..read more
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Annie Gonzalez on Living Fully
Tamarindo Podcast
by Tamarindo | Sonoro
1w ago
On this episode of Tamarindo, we speak to actress Chicana actress, singer, dancer and East Los Angeles native Annie Gonzalez. She starred as Lydia in the much loved Netflix show Gentefied that we believe deserved way more seasons. With exciting projects in the works, she is set to appear in Eva Longoria directed film, Flamin Hot. She shares her path to Gentefied, and how her approach to life grounded in trust, discipline, and joy has allowed her to experience growing success. You can follow her on instagram here. Is starting a podcast one of your goals for 2023? We can help! Sign up for our pa ..read more
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New Year, Same me!
Tamarindo Podcast
by Tamarindo | Sonoro
2w ago
On this first episode of 2023, we chat about what we’re carrying over into the new year from 2022, what we’re doing away with, and giving you some instant calma practices to get your new year started! Next, we chat with our friends filmmaker Armando Ibañez and media critic Cristina Escobar about their favorite movies and shows of 2022. Cristina Escobar is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of LatinaMedia.Co, a digital publication uplifting Latina and gender non-conforming Latinx perspectives in media. A member of the Critics Choice Association and the Latino Entertainment Journalists Associati ..read more
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Marcella Arguello
Tamarindo Podcast
by Tamarindo | Sonoro
2M ago
On this episode we talk to Marcella Arguello, a stand up comedian, writer and actor whose comedy knows no bounds; she eagerly discusses any and every topic that tickles her. From her Latinx identity, her take on race and gender, and wild stories and situations she’s gotten herself in and out of, Marcella’s comedic voice is unmatched. This winter, Marcella has her debut half hour special dropping on HBO/Max.  Learn more about Marcella here: https://www.marcellacomedy.com/ Support The Humans Who Feed Us and learn about Blanca:https://justice4women.org/blanca Follow Christina Catherine Marti ..read more
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Accessing the Arts with Ocu-Pasión
Tamarindo Podcast
by Tamarindo | Sonoro
2M ago
On this episode we talk to Delsy Sandoval, a Guatemalan-American licensed therapist, counselor, visual artist, community-leader, and breakthrough podcast host of the Ocu-Pasión Podcast. We talk about why accessing the arts is beneficial to us all including for healing and building community.   About Delsy Sandoval Originally from the 818, also known as the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles - Delsy Sandoval has dedicated her career to Latin American people across the country through professional counseling and mental health programming all while simultaneously immersing herself into the a ..read more
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Being Enough with Christopher Rivas
Tamarindo Podcast
by Tamarindo | Sonoro
3M ago
On this episode of Tamarindo, we talk to Christopher Rivas, an actor, author, podcaster,  who recently released his book first book Brown Enough, part memoir and part social commentary, which explores what it means to be Brown in America.  We talk about storytelling, feeling enough in light of our intersectional identities, and antiblackness and anti-indigenous sentiments in our communities. If you want to hear more from Chris, check out his new podcast also called “Brown Enough”.  Links referenced: https://hiddenbrain.org/podcast/a-better-way-to-worry/ About TamarindoTamarind ..read more
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Carmen Rita Wong
Tamarindo Podcast
by Tamarindo | Sonoro
3M ago
Today, we are speaking to Carmen Rita Wong,  a writer and author of the recent memoir, “Why Didn’t You Tell Me?”. She is a former CNBC television host and the founder and CEO of Malecon Productions, LLC, where she develops female-focused media and entertainment.  Her new book centers around a big family secret. We talk about secrets and our relationship to secrets during our interview so I wanted to ask you  The book is wonderful and so is our earnest conversation with Carmen Rita Wong Links Referenced on this Episode:  Brenda on Talk to Mami and Papi: ​​https://talktoma ..read more
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Revisit Our Chat with Aida Rodríguez
Tamarindo Podcast
by Tamarindo | Sonoro
3M ago
On this episode of Tamarindo we revisit our chat with comedian, writer, and actor Aida Rodriguez. We love Aida for many reasons, but her thoughts on colorism in the Latino community are particularly urgent to revisit given recent news in Los Angeles where Latino leaders were at the center of racist, backroom power brokering. This episode first aired in February. Stay tuned for new episodes coming your way soon! Aida talks about the power of comedy in overcoming adversity while sharing her experience as an outspoken Afro-indigenous woman in a field that continues to be dominated by men. We get ..read more
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A Celebration of Inclusion
Tamarindo Podcast
by Tamarindo | Sonoro
3M ago
This episode was recorded in front of a live audience during “Tamarindo Live: A Celebration of Community” at The Pop-Hop in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, where a beautiful community of Tamarindo listeners joined us. A special thanks to Producer Jeff for recording us.  About Our Guests We start the night with an intimate and breathtaking performance by Irene Diaz, a singer-songwriter, who recently toured with Carla Morrison. She’s performed all over the U.S. captivating audiences with what NPR’s Felix Contreras calls “A sultry voice that's become more expressive with age a ..read more
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GOTV with Tamarindo
Tamarindo Podcast
by Tamarindo | Sonoro
4M ago
On this episode we hope to energize our listeners ahead of the midterm elections with the help from our friends, Adri Perez, an organizer, educator and danzante based in Texas, and Jiyoung Park, one of the Defenders of Justice running for Superior Court Judge in LA county.   About Our Guests Adri Perez is a transgender, queer, first-generation immigrant whose intersectional experience fuels their passion for strategy building across multiple areas of advocacy. A life-long El Pasoan, Adri is an educator, organizer, danzante, and UTEP graduate, with over 8 years of civic engagement, reprodu ..read more
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