In this episode we interview Immigration Lawyer Arturo Jimenez to learn about immigration law and immigrant rights. We also share important immigration tips and resources for families in need of assistance. We hope you tune in for this important conversation!
iọkwe aolep, (Hello everyone in Marshallese)! In this episode you will hear from a group of girls who organized a huge event at McGlone to celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage. In this podcast you will hear their reflections of the event and how important it was to them that their culture is celebrated at school. We hope you enjoy the episode!
In this episode we interview Mariel Reyes who is a former student at Martin Luther King Early College and a freshman at the University of Colorado Denver. We talked about challenges and advantages to having immigrant parents, growing up in Montbello and what it means to be a Chicano. Listen as Mariel shares her wisdom and beautiful poetry with our students!
In this episode we hear from Victoria Aguilar and the Denver Immigrant and Refugee Commission as we discussed DAPA and DACA. We also talked about the power of story telling in bringing changes in our communities. We hope you enjoy this episode!
In this episode we hear from District 11 Councilwoman Stacie Gilmore as she shares her feelings about Montbello, violence in the community and her plans as Montbello continues to grow. We hope you enjoy the interview!
In this episode we hear from Joshua Gray as he speaks to his journey in the gaming industry. We also discussed violence in video games and how it relates to school shootings. We hope you enjoy this episode!
In this episode of the The Voice of Montbello Podcast we hear the amazing story of Ms. Maggie, a student teacher and Burmese refugee. Maggie's story will inspire you to appreciate the small things in life! This podcast is everything!
In this episode of "The Voice of Montbello Podcast" we hear from Denver's Mayor Hancock as we discuss the importance of Black History and get insight on what is being done to help our community grow. We had some really tough questions including how the Mayor has dealt with mistakes while in office. You don't want to miss this episode of VOM!
In this episode of The Voice of Montbello Podcast we interviewed Robert Johnson who faced many obstacles as he integrated several schools in Littleton, CO. Hear his compelling story of overcoming racism to lead a very successful life. Robert is a true hero of Montbello!
In this episode of The Voice of Montbello Podcast we interviewed Officer Garcia. Officer Garcia faced many challenges in her journey to reach her goal of serving her community as a police officer. She also shares her love for Montbello and explains why she has decided to stay. Officer Garcia's heroes journey will inspire you to live your dreams and overcome anything that stands in your way!
Sister talk! In this episode of The Voice of Montbello Podcast Adamaris interviews her sister Sandra. You won't want to miss out on this conversation as they discuss college life, race, identity and the importance of community. We hope you enjoy this episode!
In this episode of The Voice of Montbello Podcast we interview Mohammad Noorzai from the Colorado Muslim Society. Mohammad immigrated to the United States from Afghanistan over 30 years ago and was able to help his family escape the conflicts in his home country as refugees. Mohammad shared his thoughts on refugees, immigration, Islam. We hope you enjoy this episode!
This is heavy. In this episode of The Voice of Montbello we interview Alex Landau who is a strong advocate for all people everywhere. Alex is a survivor of police brutality and uses his voice not only to share his experience with the world but actively fights for change. We were heartbroken to hear his experience that cold night in 2009 that could have ended his life, but you will be encouraged and inspired by what happened next.
In this episode of The Voice of Montbello Podcast we interview Mr. Cifuentes to learn about his journey to citizenship in America. Mayorvy was born in Guatemala and immigrated to the U.S. with his family when he was 12 years old. Mr. Cifuentes worked extremely hard and shared many experiences from his journey that led to his success. We hope you enjoy the interview!
Recording Artist "Oddisee" visited McGlone Academy while on tour in Denver for an interview with the Voice of Montbello Podcast. In this episode Oddisee shares his motivation for creating music about social justice and his feelings about race and discrimination. We were inspired by Oddisee and his words and we hope you enjoy the podcast!
In this episode of The Voice of Montbello Podcast we interview Commander Ron Thomas of Denver Police Department District 5. We discuss many topics with Commander Thomas including Black Lives Matter, police training and immigration. We hope you enjoy the interview!