Break the stigma of mental health as it relates to the Latinx community. Learn self-help techniques, how to support ourselves or those around us that struggle with mental illnesses and create cultural competency for other providers working with the Latinx population.
El Puente Podcast, is a POC conversation at the intersection of race, sexuality, religion, politics, art, music and everything in between. Don’t just sit there. Stand up. Don’t just listen, join the conversation with Kim, Dave and Michael
A podcast by one Salvi-Taurean Cachimbona growing, healing, and storytelling in Southern Arizona. Radio Cachimbona follows Yvette as she navigates being a movement lawyer in Southern Arizona. She storytells the fierce, ongoing migrant resistance occurring in these borderlands. As a first-generation professional whose parents are Salvadoran immigrants, Yvette prioritizes uplifting the voices of Central Americans.
Radio Ambulante es un podcast pionero en español que cuenta crónicas latinoamericanas en audio, celebrando la diversidad y complejidad de la región. / Radio Ambulante is an award-winning Spanish language podcast that uses long-form audio journalism to tell neglected and under-reported Latin American and Latino stories.
Journalists of color tell you what you’re missing from the mainstream news. Co-hosted by award-winning journalists Maria Hinojosa and Julio Ricardo Varela, IN THE THICK has the conversations about race, identity and politics few people are discussing or want to discuss.
Café con Pam is the weekly podcast featuring fearless Latinx and People of Color that break barriers, change lives and make the world a better place while living in the US. Cafe con Pam is the platform where Latinx are able to share their stories and inspire one another through conversation of course while enjoying a fabulous cup of coffee.
The mission of The Hispanic Forum of Bryan College Station is to unify the residents of our community, state, and nation to address social, educational, political, economic, and cultural issues that impact Hispanics and every resident in Bryan/College Station, Texas.
The Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas (HWNT), is a non-profit state-wide organization established in 1986. HWNT’s purpose is to promote the advancement of women in public, corporate and civic life through education, personal and professional development.
Jolt Initiative is a non-profit organization that increases the civic participation of Latinos in Texas to build a stronger democracy and ensure that everyone’s voice is heard. Jolt knows that our democracy works best when everyone gets a seat at the table. That’s why Jolt builds the leadership capacity of millennial Latinos to mobilize their peers to action.
We imagine a society in which the human rights of Latinxs with disabilities are upheld and all their intersecting identities are embraced.
Imaginamos una sociedad en la que se respeten los derechos humanos de Latinxs con Discapacidades y se aceptan todas sus identidades cruzadas.
Centro Cultural Aztlan is a community based organization with a mission to preserve, develop and promote Chicano/Latino art and culture. The center presents an array of cultural activities that encourages and supports artistic creativity, preserves our local heritage, and makes the arts more widely available to residents of all backgrounds, ages and interests.
Voto Latino is a grassroots political organization focused on educating and empowering a new generation of Latinx voters, as well as creating a more robust and inclusive democracy. Through innovative digital campaigns, culturally relevant programs and authentic voices, we shepherd the Latinx community towards full realization of its political power.
At United We Dream, we transform that fear into finding your voice. We empower people to develop their leadership, their organizing skills, and to develop our own campaigns to fight for justice and dignity for immigrants and all people. This is achieved through immigrant youth-led campaigns at the local, state, and federal level.
Immigrant Families and Students in the Struggle is an immigrant led organization who advocates for just laws for immigrant youth, their families, access to higher education for all people regardless of immigration status and access to justice for the community.
Rosa Alicia Clemente is an organizer, political commentator and independent journalist. An Afro-Puerto Rican born and raised in the Bronx, NY she has dedicated her life to organizing, scholarship and activism.
Excelencia in Education accelerates Latino student success in higher education by promoting Latino student achievement, conducting analysis to inform educational policies, and advancing institutional practices while collaborating with those committed and ready to meet the mission. Launched in 2004 in the nation’s capital, Excelencia is building a network of results-oriented educators and policymakers to address the U.S. economy’s need for a highly educated workforce and engaged civic leadership.