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  • 00:32

    Responding to HIV/AIDS in the Context of Violence Against Latinas

    in Women

    On March 10th at 2pm Eastern, the NLN will be hosting a Blog Talk Radio titled Responding to HIV/AIDS in the Context of Violence Against Latinas: Strategies that Work. This 30 minute discussion will feature Latina activists who will talk about the intersections of violence against women and girls and HIV/AIDS from a culturally specific perspective.  

  • 00:32

    Apoyo a los hombres latinos sobrevivientes del abuso sexual

    in Women

    Una conversación sobre los obstáculos únicos que obstruyen el reconocimiento declarado de la ocurrencia de abuso sexual en las comunidades latinas. El programas contará con la presencia de l@s siguientes invitad@s especiales: Martha Lucia Marín, Directora General de 1in6 y Pierre Berastaín, Coordinador de Comunicaciones y Marketing de la NLN. 

  • 00:31

    Two Wise Latinas: Self-Esteem Expert Anea Bogue

    in Motivation

    Welcome Anea Bogue!  


    Anea Bogue, B.Ed., M.A.: A highly sought-after contributor to various media outlets, Anea is an acclaimed expert on issues of self-esteem with girls and women. The mother of 18-year-old and 6 year old daughters, Anea is absolutely passionate about the empowerment of girls and women and has dedicated more than half her life to this cause. She brings over 20 years of experience to her work as an educator (middle and high school teacher for 10 years), consultant, author and speaker. Anea is also the creator and director of REALgirl®, a revolutionary empowerment program for girls ages 9 – 16, yielding incredible transformations in girls. Her first book was released in May. Titled, 9 Ways We’re Screwing Up Our Girls and How We Can Stop: A Guide to Helping Girls Reach Their Highest Potential, it is based on her Master’s Thesis which was dedicated to the self-esteem crisis among women and girls. She also recently co-founded TrueMoon, a new organic tampon company dedicated to providing safe, healthy feminine care products and positive, informative messaging for girls and women about their bodies. Whether through her book, featured articles, workshops or speaking engagements, Anea is committed to helping each girl and woman reach her highest potential. She has appeared on CBS, NBC, CTV, Global and CW news shows and has been interviewed numerously on multiple radio programs. She writes for the Huffington Post, MariaShriver.com, Forbes, Yahoo! Shine, Disney and many more. To learn more about Anea please visit www.AneaBogue.com.


     


    The "Two Wise Latinas" of The Wise Latina Network is here to empower and inspire the women of the Latino community with practical tools for a successful life.


     

  • 02:05

    Mayoral Candidates Speak: Are Blacks And Latinos Allies or Rivals?

    in Women

    Census figures indicate growing numbers of Latino citizens, based on new births and new immigrants. On issues such as immigration reform, multilingual education and minority set aside programs for contractors, African Americans and Latinos often find themselves pitted against each other as rivals for jobs, contracts and economic resources. Among men, both groups are often the recipients of racial profiling and media stereotyping as criminals. There are white gangs as well as African American and Latino gangs, yet when issues of gang violence are addressed white males are not the targets of police crackdowns, black and Latino males are. Chicago Mayoral candidates Jesus "Chuy" Garcia and William "Dock" Walls address the relationship between African Americans and Latinos and how it will affect this year's election.


     


     


     

  • 00:12

    Why do Latinos and Blacks Self-Destruct? - ARTISTIC WARFARE

    in Entertainment

    I don’t understand why instead of seeing the bigger picture, in society we learn to see our brothers and sisters as strangers and even as enemies. Things don’t have to be this way, but the burdens of breaking hundreds of years of separative mentality can be quite difficult. In this episode I explore this pressing issue. Listen to the episode here below and make sure you subscribe in iTunes here.
    The post Why do Latinos and Blacks Self-Destruct? appeared first on ARTISTIC WARFARE.

  • 00:30

    Jobs Numbers Smacks of Institutional Racism: Whites 4.7% Latinos 6.6 Blacks 10.5

    in Politics Progressive

    Government workers, elected, appointed or hired are to provide services to we the people. We the people of the United States of America in order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common Defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. Elected officials are Government workers who  come from amongst us.Their purpose seem to be only to get paychecks. They talk and act on the goods of Business owners while treading on the welfare and liberty of we the people. Over $3trillions in tax revenue for 2014 is more than enough for congress and senate to pass jobs to get America to a full workforce. America's 50million businesses, 10% of which are foreign owned, should hire 50 million people in 30days. Working class, be wise. Consider the ant! Unite. Speak as one. Jobless numbers 5.5% smacks of racism. Blacks-10.5%. Latinos 6.6%. Whites 4.7%. Asians 4.0%.

  • 01:12

    Conexion con-Simposium-Seguridad baby y ninos-prosperidad Economica-Migrantes.

    in Education

    Gracias por su preferencia,


    Bienvenidos a Conexión Contigo el primer programa de radio completamente por Internet y en español en el Estado de Washington, este programa es Unico, Diferente, Educativo, Informativo,Divertido y Dinámico.


    Lunes,Martes y Miercoles  a partir de las 8:00 de la noche.


    - Efemérides.


    - 2do. Symposium de Mujeres Latinas nos trae una invitacion.


    - Como podemos resolver prosperidad y disponibilidad economica para Skyway/West Hill, tenemos una entrevista con Alma Villegas.


    - Cuidando la seguridad de los bebes y los ninos en casa leccion para nuestra comunidad por Child Care Resources - produccion y desarrollo de Conexion Contigo


    -  Desde Holanda Historia de Migrantes con Wendy Madera, recuerda que TU historia tambien cuenta- esta semana Wendy nos comparte   " Adios Amor "


    -  Comentarios y mas.


    Gracias por su sintonia.


    Lupita Zamora


    Productora y Conductora


    lupita@conexioncontigo.com

  • 00:29

    hebrew israelite sonsoflight radio program

    in Spirituality

    this is a radio program with a most unique message of hebrew isralites. it concerns the soon restoration of our nation.this program is prophetic in nature and its purpose is "to call people to the marriage feast of the lamb not long from now.the most high has been revealing the nearness of the taking away and the second coming of his son from heaven. also this show seeks to proclaim the nearness of the "day of the lord" great tribulation,jacobs trouble etc etc.this program by far and others like it that deal with the hidden manna and the separation going on right now in israel are by far the absolute most important radio programs on the face of the earth today. it is my hope that you tune in if you are a hebrew israelite are even if you dont think you are. the spirit and the bride say come (rev 22 16)

  • 01:01

    LatinoTalk Texas 2015, 0011 News & Issues important to American Latinos

    in Politics

    Some positive immigration issue news from UT Austin and some semi-good news from Washington on the same topic. The rest of the show is about the Culture of Death and their manifestations in the political world. UT systems Chancellor, McCraven publicly opposed efforts to end state level tuition for undocumented youth in Texas. In Washington, a Senator from Maine offered a compromise bill to leave in place Obama executive orders from 2012 but still overturn actions from 2014. Republicans are trying to unfund the Dept. of Homeland Security which is the exact opposite of the "rule of law." I read several articles that discuss the importance of religion and the news derived from that. Pope Francis who will visit the US in Sept wrote to a Father in Arizona who leads young people who run a soup kitchen in Nogales, Sonora, for the benefit of migrants. The Holy Father supports them and encourages them. There is some rumor the Pope will visit the Mexico border to examine the plight of migrants. In other news, Pope Francis, while in America will speak at the UN and will also be the first Pope to address a joint session of Congress. Archbishop Charles Chaput recently spoke at Brigham Young University and stated that it was our duty as religious persons to speak up about it. I comment that is one reason I produce this show. I read an article about the President's remarks at the recent prayer breakfast and frankly I am STUNNED at his remarks! He, in effect, said, that because some much tragedy has been done in the name of Christ that we Christians should not be so quick to judge those attacking Christians. During today's show, I also comment that I am concerned that soon the Libertarian point of view on many social issues will soon come out and the Culture of Life agenda will suffer for it because Libertarians who support efforts against abortion will not defend efforts against euthanasia, drug use, homosexual marriage and so on.

  • 00:30

    Buen Dia con Steve Lewis

    in Politics Progressive

    Temas:


    1. Existe el Racismo entre nuestra comunidad latina? 


     


    2. Por que los Latinos no votan? 


     


    Tienes una opinión del tema de día. 


     


    Queremos oir de ti. 


     


    Llamamos al (347) 326-9664 

  • 02:03

    Dr. Miguel Tinker Salas - What We Need To Know About Latin America

    in History

    Miguel Tinker Salas is one of the nation's foremost authorities on political and social issues confronting Latin America. He is the author ofThe Enduring Legacy: Oil, Culture and Citizenship in Venezuela (Duke University Press, 2009); co-editor with Steve Ellner of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez and the Decline of an Exceptional Democracy, (Boulder: Rowman and Littlefield, 2007); co editor with Jan Rus of Mexico 2006-2012: neoliberalism, movimientos sociales y politica electoral, (Miguel Angel Porrua and Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas, 2006) and author ofUnder the Shadow of the Eagles, The Border and the Transformation of Sonora During the Porfiriato, University of California Press 1997. 


    His expertise includes: contemporary Latin America, society and politics in Venezuela and Mexico, oil, culture and politics in Venezuela, the drug war in Mexico, Mexican border society, Chicanos/as and Latinos/as in the United States, and Latin American immigration. 


    Miguel Tinker Salas is currently a Professor of Latin American History and Chicano/a Latino/a Studies at Pomona College in Claremont, California. http://www.migueltinkersalas.com