In Pt. 1 and 2 of Episode 44 of in our tribe, we discuss Sacramento Chief of Police Daniel Hahn’s upcoming retirement and a reflection on his impact on Sacramento. Listen to the newest episode now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Stitcher!
In Episode 43 of in our tribe, we are joined by changemaker Armoni Easley to discuss Project Optimism, a nonprofit organization focused on being the catalyst that will properly equip community members with an optimistic mindset, to be productive contributors to society.
New York’s hottest mix-tape is a cross between the Laser beam sounds of house music and the shoulder shaking grooves of Latino samba and bomb hip-hop breaks (now repeat in your best Stefon from Saturday Night Live impersonation… LOL!). Seriously though- This is one to dance your blues away. You can thank me later. Listen […]
In Episode 42 of in our tribe, we are honored to be joined by Dr. Lisa Cardoza who shares her story of triumph and resiliency. Listen to the newest episode now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Stitcher!
In today’s rush, we all think too much, seek too much, want too much and forget about the joy of just being. –Eckhart Tolle
NPR Hansi Lo Wang “Growing numbers of Latinos identifying as “Some other race” for the U.S. census have boosted the category to become the country’s second-largest racial group after “White.” Researchers are concerned the catchall grouping obscures many Latinx people’s identities and does not produce the data needed to address racial inequities.”
The first time I heard this song was when the little ones in my family played the video for me on youtube. After a couple of listens and seeing how much they loved it I became a fan. Sometimes you have to let the youngsters take control of the airwaves and let them show you […]
This week as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month we want to give a giant shout out to La Familia Counseling Center for their tireless efforts to make sure that community members received the assistance needed to stay in their homes after the eviction moratorium for California renters ended on Sept. 30″. “Juana Peralta Gallegos is […]
Laura E. Gómez “In this audacious effort to reframe the often-confused and misrepresented discourse over the Latinx generation, Gómez provides essential context for today’s most pressing political and public debates—representation, voice, interpretation, and power—giving all of us a brilliant framework to engage cultural controversies, elections, current events, and more. A treasure trove of information on […]
When you feel the world is against you or you give up hope, you look at your heroes and say, “They were able to do it. They had hard times and a lot of opposition, but they got through it.” Then you feel, “I can do it too.” –John Leguizamo
Students across Illinois will be able to take up to five excused mental health days starting in January. Under a bill signed into law by Gov. J.B. Pritzker last month, students who decide to take a mental health day will not be required to provide their school with a doctor’s note and will be able […]
Sleeping At Last has always had a way of making me feel with their music. This song has recently picked up traction and in the best way. It is reminding people that they are enough entirely as themselves. And as the song tells us, it’s time we “let our shadows fall away like dust” because “you […]