Keeping the peace during Latino holiday gatherings
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by Project Pulso
1M ago
Let’s talk about the holidays. Large gatherings with boisterous family members can be memorable for the good and the bad. So what can we do to take care of ourselves during end-of-year festivities, while also spending quality time with family? This episode was produced by Charlie Garcia and Jackie Noack, Audio engineering and mixing by Charlie Garcia, additional audio engineering and music by Julian Blackmore. 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 Hidden Latino Punk Bands of NYC
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by Project Pulso
2M ago
Punk Rock isn’t usually associated with Latino culture, and for Producer Yesica Balderrama, Punk was a lifelong passion that she never quite knew how to integrate with her identity. Then one day she discovered that she was not alone. Today we take a journey through the hidden subculture of Latino Punk rock in NYC. This episode was produced & written by Yesica Balderrama. Editorial oversight, guidance & additional writing by Charlie Garcia, Audio Engineering & Mixing by Julian Blackmore & Charlie Garcia  Music clips from Quelebras, Kartel, Askeados, & La Milag ..read more
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The Latino Expectation of Fertility: A story of pregnancy loss.
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by Project Pulso
2M ago
In 2019, Pulso Podcast cohost Maribel Quezada Smith had a miscarriage, but it's the tragedy that happened 10 months later that rocked her entire existence. In this docu-style episode, Maribel shares her story. This Episode was produced by Maribel Quezada Smith, with Editorial oversight by Charlie Garcia. Music and audio engineering by Julian Blackmore, Mixing by Charlie Garcia 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 Border Is Alive!
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by Project Pulso
2M ago
The Rio Grande river was meant to mark a boundary between Mexico & The US, but one day in 1848 it moved, taking the border along with it and creating a century-long feud that brought both countries to the edge. This Episode was produced by Charlie Garcia with Editorial support by Liz Alarcon. Music and audio engineering by Julian Blackmore 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 hidden history, what we love (and makes us cringe!) about Hispanic / Latino Heritage Month
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by Project Pulso
2M ago
This Hispanic / Latino Heritage Month we’re asking ourselves some big questions. What does it mean for Nuestra Gente? How did this month even start? And, is it helping our cause, or holding us back? This Episode was produced by Liz Alarcon with Editorial oversight by Charlie Garcia. Music by Julian Blackmore, audio engineering & mixing by Charlie Garcia Follow & continue the conversation with us on social media; @ProjectPulso  You can find the transcripts to this and other episodes on our website.  The Pulso Podcast is a part of Project Pulso. We bring you un ..read more
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Is work-life balance a privilege for Latinos?
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by Project Pulso
2M ago
Latinos work hard. But is our "work hard" attitude too closely connected to our sense of self-worth? In the United States, Latinos are associated with all kinds of stereotypes. We like big parties, are great dancers and have a drawer dedicated to all the ketchup packets we've accumulated over the years. Some of these are harmless, but there's this one stereotype worth questioning: "Latinos work hard." Where does this stereotype come from and is it actually causing more harm than good in our communities? Is our "work hard" attitude too closely connected to our sense of self-worth? And ..read more
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Latino, Latina, Latine
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by Project Pulso
2M ago
How can we make Spanish more inclusive? Today we're talking about the evolution of our language, and the pushback against it ..read more
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The Sea Next Door
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by Project Pulso
2M ago
The Salton Sea, California's biggest lake...is disappearing. Leaving the largely Hispanic populations around it at risk of environmental catastrophe. But what's being done about this? does anyone care? This episode originally aired on Living Downstream: The Environmental Justice Podcast ..read more
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The Forgotten Anthem
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by Project Pulso
2M 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.   Guests Dr. Frank Mora, professor at Florida International University Claudia Romo Edelman, Founder, We Are All Human Foundation  Jeidimar Rijos, winner of Telemundo’s La Voz and singer, El Pendón Estrellado Credits Production & Editing: Charlie Garcia Research: Lisann Ramos Original Music: Julian Blackmore Host: Liz Alarcón You ..read more
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Are we still Latino if we don't speak spanish?
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by Project Pulso
2M ago
Can we still call ourselves Latinos if we don't speak Spanish? Liz & Maribel unpack this question, along with help from the Pulso team and Representative Joaquin Castro ..read more
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