11 Latinx Podcasts Changing the White Voice of the Industry

Latinx stories have been finding their home in podcasting, calling back to a rich history of oral, familial storytelling and, of course, chisme. Check out these eleven podcasts that are doing the work of putting Latin American and immigrant stories front and center, told in our own voices and to our own rhythms.

40 Years of ‘This Bridge Called My Back’

The first time I read This Bridge Called My Back, I was a junior in college. My favorite gender studies professor started a book club and bought everyone a copy of the recently released 4th edition. The department loved to talk about intersectionality, even though it was mostly led by white American and European women. […]

Do Not Forget: Latinx People Stormed the Capitol Too

Wednesday, like most of America, I was glued to the television, watching as whiteness wielded its power and stormed the U.S. capitol. Countless images of white supremacists turned domestic terrorists flooded CNN as I watched them spend their privilege dancing and running, emboldened and entitled by their Commander and Chief. Then as I was watching, […]

Four Reasons Why Charmed is Heir to Buffy’s Legacy

I love Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I watched it live, made sure I hadn’t missed an episode with the DVDs, and read all the think-pieces I could (and there are a lot). Not to mention science says it’s good for you — watching shows like Buffy (aka shows with kickass female leads) has a proven positive correlation to less gender […]

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