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In this episode, I talk to Jennifer Gómez-Menjívar, an Associate Professor at the University of North Texas. about her research interests in Indigenous Sovereignty Media, Latin American and Latinx Media, Grassroots and Participatory Media Practices. She holds a Ph.D. in Latin/x American Cultural Studies from The Ohio State University. For the last …
 
In this episode, I talk to Mónica Ramirez. She is an activist, attorney, and the founder of the nonprofit Justice For Migrant Women. For over two decades, she has fought for the civil and human rights of women, children, workers, Latinos/as and immigrants. As part of her work with Justice for Migrant Women, just this year, Mónica worked alongside l…
 
In this episode, I talk to Dr. Fábio Leite, Professor in the Department of Psychology at Ohio State University at OSU. Dr. Leite was born and raised in Brazil. A first trip to the U.S. in his early twenties paved the way for a more permanent move years later, and these experiences are the central theme of his memoir, A Long Way from Bitingui.…
 
In this episode, I talk to Yehimi Cambrón. She is a DACAmented artist, activist, entrepreneur, public speaker, and soon-to-be-author born in Michoacán, México, and raised in Atlanta. Her murals throughout Atlanta elevate social justice issues through the lenses of immigration narratives. In 2019, the Mexican Consulate selected Cambrón as the recipi…
 
In this episode, I talk to Dr. Girón, daughter of Salvadoran immigrants, who grew up in a suburb outside of Washington, DC. She is a postdoctoral scholar in the department of human sciences at Ohio State. Her work focuses on understanding the role of Latina/o/x family processes and functioning on adolescent social-emotional well-being.…
 
In this episode, I talk to Dr. Susana Ramirez about the importance of communicating information about health within in a culturally relevant framework. La Dra. Ramírez is a social scientist whose research aims advances the science of communication to advance population health.By Department of Spanish and Portuguese
 
In this episode, I talk to Rosa Beltré, Executive Director of the Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence, about the work of this organization and the importance of reaching minoritized communities with culturally relevant information regarding issues of sexual violence.By Department of Spanish and Portuguese
 
In this episode, Christina Vera, co-founder of Femergy®, a non-profit organization that strives to equip girls and women in their professional, social, and economic development, talks to us about her work to promote education. She is currently running for the Columbus City School Board.By Department of Spanish and Portuguese
 
En este episodio, la profesora Isabel Velázquez nos habla sobre el proyecto de humanidades digitales, titulado Cartas a la Familia, en el cual se preserva, digitaliza, analiza y presenta al público una colección de la correspondencia y otros documentos personales de una familia mexicoamericana que emigró de Zacatecas, México, a los estados de Color…
 
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