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MUJERES DEL SIGLO XXI (Women of the 21st Century)

Arts & Culture Podcasts

Women go through a lot of hardships in this world. In each episode I will discuss a few topics with women from different Spanish speaking countries. I will be talking to many women from all sorts of backgrounds. We will discuss domestic violence and how to get help. We will discuss with women the ways they support their communities. We will discuss entrepreneurship and empowering women. MUJERES DEL SIGLO XXI is a safe space where women can express their real power, and talk about their journey of healing. Listeners to see how women have made it through hardships to success.

Women go through a lot of hardships in this world. In each episode I will discuss a few topics with women from different Spanish speaking countries. I will be talking to many women from all sorts of backgrounds. We will discuss domestic violence and how to get help. We will discuss with women the ways they support their communities. We will discuss entrepreneurship and empowering women. MUJERES DEL SIGLO XXI is a safe space where women can express their real power, and talk about their journey of healing. Listeners to see how women have made it through hardships to success.

Location:

United States

Description:

Women go through a lot of hardships in this world. In each episode I will discuss a few topics with women from different Spanish speaking countries. I will be talking to many women from all sorts of backgrounds. We will discuss domestic violence and how to get help. We will discuss with women the ways they support their communities. We will discuss entrepreneurship and empowering women. MUJERES DEL SIGLO XXI is a safe space where women can express their real power, and talk about their journey of healing. Listeners to see how women have made it through hardships to success.

Language:

English

Contact:

4752273581


Episodes

Black History Month | E12

3/9/2022
Thabisa Rich and Sarahi discuss the continued existence racism of today and how it still affects our culture. We discuss the history of how the colonizers kidnapped us from Africa and forced us to work… separated from their families.. children taken from their mothers and sold away. We discuss how painful it is that they became millionaires off the blood of our ancestors. Though most of this story is left out of the history books, we discuss another little known fact that during the civil...

Duration:00:37:16

Let's Talk About Depression

2/21/2022
In this episode we talk about depression and how it is difficult to handle… especially for young people. We bring to the conversation our own experiences as adults. · Amla shares how she found strength during her depression that formed during the pandemic · Erika tells us how she had to be hold herself together and leaving a toxic home and relationships · Chandra speaks about the hereditary aspects of depression from her journey and how it manifests in her art and dance. All of these...

Duration:00:41:56

ROOTS MUSIC AND FAMILY | Epiode 10

12/16/2021
Today I interviewed Tere Luna about her life, journey & family from her upbringing in a musical family and how those roots influenced her musical career. We unpacked how she teaches unconditional love, as a school music teacher, and about how she uses music and food to teach young people how to embrace other cultures. We share our experiences from our PreHispanic Dialectic Roots, the parallels both today and growing up. We talk about how more people seem ready to accept things like “El...

Duration:00:43:59

A Monster Called Breast Cancer | S1E9

11/18/2021
Lizzavetta, mother teacher survivor, model, & miss USA hopeful joins us today as we talk about surviving Cancer and the mental impact that dealing with the news can bring upon you. Don't let depression take you down.

Duration:00:26:41

Hispanic Heritage Women Empowerment | Episode 8

10/10/2021
Alma Mendoza, a young journalist and writes for The New Arts Paper published by The New Haven Arts Council. Alma speaks about her dreams, advocacy, and the roots she represents. Her journalistic work focuses mostly on articles that are based on the Latinx community. She hopes to one day be an immigration lawyer and make a change in the system for undocumented families. https://www.newhavenarts.org/arts-paper/articles/author/alma-mendoza almamendoza1004@gmail.com Steffi Frias, Mrs. Senora...

Duration:00:30:39

Pride of identity | Episode 7

7/7/2021
Alan vazquez calls himself "azulaquirio" - a drag queen. He tells us how he grew up in New Haven, CT and how his childhood was full of abuse at school. He speaks of how he had to defend himself and his identity as drag. We speak of how he is accepting who he is, understanding his gender and his journey into performing in drag. We discuss how being a muxe in the small indigenous town Juchitan in Oaxaca Mexico is being recognized as third gender. This conversation happened at the end of...

Duration:00:36:07

MACHISMO | Episode 6

6/11/2021
Agustina hotel Rios psychology and therapist talk about the issue of machismo She tells us that machismo is the attitude or oppression towards women and it is bad because machismo attitudes contribute to rape, femicide, families that separate, abandonment of women and children to domestic violence. How does machismo cause trauma? 4 main traumas 1-abuse (physical, emotional, sexual, verbal, economic) 2-neligence 3-rejection 4-abandonment como el machismo impacta en la cultura? la...

Duration:00:41:15

Embracing cultures with CHICANA | Episode 5

5/31/2021
Marilyn Castillo, a singer from a very young age, tell us about her career and her Mexican culture where mariachi is very popular. We discuss: · the labels “CHICANA” or “CHICANO” · the problemd we have on the border of the Texas paso where women have disappeared in 1993 and 2005 · the drug trafficking and the war for power on the border · the city of Juarez Mexico where many mothers have no peace.

Duration:00:50:49

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS | Episode 4

5/23/2021
Women are taking power in leadership and creating generations of young activists, mothers to daughters. Like Zeltzyn Sanches who comes from a dancing mother and activist from Mexico. Her mother is an influence in participating in activities in her community. Zeltzyn grew up in the USA and is a DACA student. She was brought here when she was 6 years old. Most recently, Sanches was with her mother on a hunger strike to raise $3.5 billion for immigrants who were excluded from the government...

Duration:00:35:27

Meet Norma Rodriguez Reyes | Episode 3

4/27/2021
Norm Rodriguez Reyes, Publisher of La Voz Hispana/The Hispanic Voice shares with us stories about being a woman and hispanic in the 70s - and And how to overcome those issues WITHOUT forgetting the hispanic roots.

Duration:00:45:09

Healthy Boundaries - Domestic Violence | Episode 2

4/13/2021
Our special guest Denisse Chen shares with us the importance of her DV (domestic violence) hotline work. We break down the hard numbers of how many victims are accessing the hotline and discuss - from our own stories of healing - the process to healthy choices in relationships and loving yourself. We dig into how important it is to take your time to heal but also that you're not alone and you can build healthy relationships with other people. The DV hotline is anonymous. It is free. It is...

Duration:00:48:25

Languages | Episode 1

4/13/2021
Jennifer Menndoza and I share our stories about the compounding injustice and stereotypes forced on Latinas because we don't speak the “right language.” We discuss how we and other immigrants have a drastically different experience in this country -- bullying in school, difficulty communicating about concerning our family and kids. Each layer piles on the next causing added stress on families and particularly the children. A stress that often leads spousal abuse aggravated by the inability...

Duration:00:48:24