51. A Look Back at 2022
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Happy New Year!! Before we get started with 2023, we wanted to do a quick recap of a few of the biggest stories from 2022 with our very own writer Mara Cavallaro. With Mara's focus being mental health, we talked about the three biggest stories she wrote for El Tecolote discussing this important topic during an action packed 2022. Sources mentioned in episode. Trans Lifeline: (877) 565-8860 (for trans, genderqueer, and gender-questioning folks). BlackLine: 1 (800) 604-5841 (according to the BlackLine website, they’re a hotline “geared towards the Black, Black LGBTQI, Brown, Native and Mus ..read more
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12. Keep Hustling, Keep Working Hard
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American-born Colombian Olympian, Melissa Ortiz, joins us on this episode of Radio Teco. We talk about her experiences fighting for equality for women's soccer in Colombia and her never give up attitude that has made her one of the hardest working people in sports media ..read more
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16. Las Mujeres De El Tecolote- Hilda Ayala
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Te presentamos la primera instalación de “Las Mujeres De El Tecolote”.  Hablamos con uno de los pilares de El Tecolote, la traductora y colaboradora, Hilda Ayala ..read more
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10. The Panama Al Brown Story
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Author, and former boxer, Jose Corpas joins us to chat about the legendary boxer Panama Al Brown, the subject of his 2016 book “Black Ink ..read more
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14. Culture Clash
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Former soccer player and current analyst for ESPN and ESPN Deportes, Herculez Gomez, joins Radio Teco to talk about the culture clash he felt as a Mexican-American playing and covering soccer in both the United States and Mexico ..read more
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8. Revolutionary Roots
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Afro-latino musician, Raka Dun, talks to us to about life in his native Panama, growing up here in the Bay Area, and how the social injustice of 2020 inspired his song "Libertad ..read more
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11. A Reminder To Be Human
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Gabriela López, President of the San Francisco Board of Education, joins us on this episode of Radio Teco. We chat about her first few months as president and the plan to reopen schools ..read more
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5. I’m On My Own Journey
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Gabriella Frenes, a local journalist, joins us to talk about her and her family's interesting history that ties Asian, Latin, and Chumash ancestry together ..read more
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9. The Fight Against Forced Sterilization
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El Tecolote contributor, Johanna Lopez Miyaki, talks to three amazing guests who give us three different perspectives on the ugly history the United States has with eugenics and forced sterilization ..read more
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2. CARAVANA- Meet The Artists
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On our first cultural episode of Radio Teco we speak to three amazing Central American artists from different parts of the world who will be sharing  their work at CARAVANA: Mobilizing Central American Art (1984–Present), hosted by SOMArts, from March 10 to April 15 ..read more
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