22. Mictlan: An Ancient Mythical Tale
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In this next episode, we are joined by Guillermo Alarcon, the Founder and Creative Director of the forthcoming video game, Mictlan: An Ancient Mythical Tale. Mictlan, which is scheduled to launch in the winter of 2025, is the first open world meso-american themed video game and takes place in the 16th century during Spain's invasion of what is known today as Mexico. Earlier this year, we interviewed Guillermo and asked him about what inspired this first of its kind project, why the inclusion and representation of indigenous people in media and video games is needed, and the challenges that exi ..read more
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21. Discovering Music
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2M ago
In this next episode, we are joined by the legendary San Francisco percussionist and Latin Rock legend, Leo Rosales. Leo broke out with the Latin Rock band Malo, and is now with Momotombo SF, who will headline Accion Latina’s Encuentro del Canto Popular this year on Dec. 4 at the Chapel on Valencia street. In this episode, Leo opens up about his skyrocketing to music fame, how addiction led him away from performing, and how he eventually refound his love for music ..read more
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20. Creating a Cultural Institution
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2M ago
In this next episode, we are thrilled to be joined by none other than El Tecolote founder, Juan Gonzales. In this episode, our cohost Monti Rossetti not only sits down with Juan Gonzales to discuss the founding of El Tecolote, but also takes us way back to the beginning of Juan’s childhood in Stockton California, how he became interested in journalism in the first place, and shares from milestones and anecdotes of why el tecolote is el voz del pueblo ..read more
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19. Rising Star in Tejano Music
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2M ago
In this episode of Our Cultura Podcast, Acción Latina’s Executive Director Fátima Ramírez interviews award-winning Tejana singer, Isabel Marie Sánchez. In July, Isabel Marie performed a tribute to the late Tejana legend, Selena, at the San Francisco Symphony. In this episode, Isabel Marie discusses what it was like to be signed to Q Productions, the label owned by Selena’s very own father Mr. Abraham Quintanilla, and how she is using the advice that she received to make her own voice heard ..read more
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18. Freedom of Movement
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2M ago
On this episode with talk to artist and activist Andreina Maldonado. She is a Venezuelan multidisciplinary performing artist, cultural worker, educator, and registered Integral Yoga teacher based in Yelamu, Ohlone Territory colonially known as San Francisco, California ..read more
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17. Art and The Community
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2M ago
Today we talk to one of the most important members of our community, Paul Flores. Paul talks to us about how art has always been an important part of the Mission's culture and we also talk about projects he's a part of including the “Somos Esenciales / We Are Essential”, a bilingual, multimedia performance and research project. For more information on “Somos Esenciales / We Are Essential”, visit Paseo Artístico.  ..read more
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16. Black Marronage, Black Joy!
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2M ago
In this next episode, Bárbara, Annaya and Jasmine not only reflect on the powerful conversations they had throughout this series, but also on what they learned from each other, what black marronage means to them, and how they celebrate their black radical joy ..read more
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15. Untangling Ethnic Studies
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2M ago
In this next episode, Bárbara, Annaya and Jasmine speak with Dr. Marie Nubia-Feliciano, an Afro Boricua ethnic studies professor at Cal State Fullerton. Nubia-Feliciano talks about growing up on the eastern Puerto Rican island of Culebra, her own journey in academia, and talks about the importance of an ethnic studies education and how that can be a vehicle for self discovery ..read more
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14. AfroLatinx Students Unapologetically Celebrate Blackness
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2M ago
In this next episode, Bárbara, Annaya and Jasmine engage in a bilingual conversation with three AfroLatinx college students, Lyrik Azteka Shears, Trent Rodgers and Erykah Rodríguez Freire. From them, we learn about their journeys, identity, and their embracing of their blackness ..read more
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13. Julia Caridad Cepeda Martínez & Denise Solis: AfroLatinx Artivists
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2M ago
Welcome to another episode of Our Culture's series, AfroLatinx Soundscapes. This is a series created by SF State Ethnic Studies ​​Assistant Professor in the Latina/o Studies Department, Bárbara I. Abadía-Rexach, and SF State students, Annaya Jones and Jasmine Guadalupe Figueroa Casillas. In this next episode, Bárbara, Annaya and Jasmine engage in a bilingual conversation with the artivists cofounders of a local Bomba group, Taller Bombalele, Julia Caridad Cepeda Martínez And Denise Solis ..read more
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