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The Pulso Podcast
by Project Pulso
3M ago
Hey Pulso fam, we’ve been sharing The Pulso Podcast as a free resource for 4 years now, and we want to keep it free and accessible. But we have people to pay and resources to source! If just 10% of our regular listeners started a $5 monthly donation this Giving Tuesday, that would be a BIG help in powering our work to bring YOU the Latino stories you’re not hearing anywhere else. Can we count on you? Go to https://bit.ly/podcastmember to donate. Thanks for having our back, Pulso Fam. And happy holidays ..read more
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The Dreamers
The Pulso Podcast
by Project Pulso
4M ago
Hosts Patty Rodriguez and Erick Galindo return for an all-new season of the iHeart podcast, Out of the Shadows, this time to tell the story of the Dreamer Movement and the origins of DACA or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. On the first episode of the season, they explore the many influences that led to former President Barack Obama's executive order. One theory dates back to the 70s and a guy named John Lennon. Welcome to Out of the Shadows: Dreamers as part of the My Cultura Podcast Network. Click here to listen to more episodes ..read more
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When Latinos fought the Book Ban
The Pulso Podcast
by Project Pulso
4M ago
In 2010 Arizona republicans past a law to ban a wildly successful Mexican American Studies program at Tuscon Highschool. Administrators came into schools and pulled beloved books written by Latino authors off the classroom shelves, but what they didn’t expect, is just how far the Latino community would go to defend the right to learn about their history. This Episode was Produced & Written by Charlie Garcia. It was Edited by Jackie Noack. Audio Engineering and Mixing by Charlie Garcia & Julian Blackmore. The Hosts of the Pulso podcast are Maribel Quezada Smith and me, Liz Alarcon ..read more
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Not Your Mama's Rhymes: Reimagining Poetry Through Latino Voices
The Pulso Podcast
by Project Pulso
5M ago
Is it possible that many of us are stuck with the erroneous idea that poetry is boring or hard to understand? As we learn in this episode, poetry doesn't have to be dull or confusing. It can be funny and it can transcend stereotypes. Join me as we enjoy a poetry 101 refresher and an enlightening reading from Gabriel Dozal, a Latino poet you definitely didn't learn about in history class. This episode was produced and written by Maribel Quezada-Smith. Editing by Jackie Noack. Audio engineering and scoring by Julian Blackmore. The hosts of The Pulso Podcast are Liz Alarcón and Maribel Quezada-Sm ..read more
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What’s up with Latino men?
The Pulso Podcast
by Project Pulso
5M ago
Since the last presidential election, there’s been countless commentary about what’s going on with some of our beloved Latino men and their swing to the right. In light of the Republican candidates filling the airwaves after the first debate, we invited two Latinos to the podcast for their take on why this trend is happening and what we can do to counter it.  This episode was produced by Liz Alarcón. Editing by Jackie Noack and Charlie Garcia. Audio engineering, scoring, and mixing by Charlie Garcia and Julian Blackmore. The hosts of The Pulso Podcast are Liz Alarcón and Maribel Quezada-S ..read more
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What did France do to the Taco!?
The Pulso Podcast
by Project Pulso
6M ago
When Colombian-American producer Charlie Garcia moved to France, he faced a big challenge... his favorite food, The Taco, was nowhere to be found. But while accidentally stumbling on a small shop called O'Tacos, he discovered that the French had put their own radical twist on his beloved Taco. And what followed would forever change his view on the meaning of Authenticity, Cultural Appropriation, and whether there can be such a thing as an "Authentic French Taco" This Episode was produced & written by Charlie Garcia, it was edited by Rough Cut Collective, with additional editing from Maribe ..read more
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Leaving the American Dream Behind: The Latino Expats' Journey
The Pulso Podcast
by Project Pulso
7M ago
A growing number of Latino expats are seeking to rediscover their roots and forge new lives in Latin American and Caribbean countries. In this episode, we talk to three people about their life-changing decision to move away and leave the American dream behind. This episode was Produced by Maribel Quezada Smith, it was edited by Charlie Garcia & Liz Alarcon. Audio engineering, scoring & mixing, by Charlie Garcia. Original Music composed by Julian Blackmore. The Hosts of the Pulso Podcast are Liz Alarcon & Maribel Quezada Smith Follow & continue the conversation with us on s ..read more
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The Untold Story About Pulso
The Pulso Podcast
by Project Pulso
7M ago
In this episode, we're in reflection mode. Maribel flips the mic on Liz to dig into the untold story about how Pulso was founded, the mission of the content, and the bigger vision for Pulso's impact in the Latino community. This Episode was produced by Liz Alarcon, audio engineering & scoring by Charlie Garcia & Julian Blackmore, original music by Julian Blackmore.  Our hosts are Liz Alarcon & Me, Maribel Quezada Smith Follow & continue the conversation with us on social media; @ProjectPulso. You can find the transcripts to this and other episodes on our website ..read more
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The Forgotten Anthem (Classic)
The Pulso Podcast
by Project Pulso
8M ago
A global crisis formed a new bond between the United States and Latin America. How a presidential decree, a Peruvian immigrant, and a campaign to showcase Hispanic Stars uncovered El Pendón Estrellado, an almost forgotten piece of American history.   This episode was produced by Charlie Garcia & Liz Alarcon, Audio Engineering by Charlie Garcia.  Original music by Julian Blackmore, and additional support from Lisanne Ramos. Follow & continue the conversation with us on social media; @ProjectPulso. You can find the transcripts to this and other episodes on our website. Cli ..read more
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The Art of Healing: Finding Strength Through Frida Kahlo
The Pulso Podcast
by Project Pulso
8M ago
Thania Beltancourt Alcazar, a member of the art group “The Phoenix Fridas” discovered a lifeline in the art of Frida Kahlo.  By embracing Frida's spirit of resilience Thania found the inner strength to confront her own tragedies and transform her pain into a cathartic artistic journey. This episode was produced by Anthony Wallace with editorial support and guidance from Charlie Garcia.  Audio Engineering and scoring by Anthony Wallace & Charlie Garcia.  Mixing by Charlie Garcia, original music composed by Julian Blackmore & Anthony Wallace.  Additional support from ..read more
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