Cafe con Pam is the weekly podcast featuring fearless Latine/x and People of The Global Majority that break barriers, change lives and make the world a better place while living in the US.
Cafe con Pam is the platform where Latinx are able to share their stories and inspire one another through conversation of course while enjoying a fabulous cup of coffee.
230 - The Past Present and Future of Journalism
Charo Henriquez shares her story of becoming a journalist and how the trajectory of her career moved her from her native Puerto Rico to New York City to work at the Times.
229 - Commitment and Dedication with Ruben Flores Martinez
Ruben Flores Martinez shares his story of overcoming obstacles and maintaining his dedication and commitment to growth.
228 - Latina Equal Payday
October 21, 2021 is the day a Latina would make $1 compared to an average non-Hispanic white man who'd make $1 on January 1. Latinas are still the most underpaid demographic in the United States. Jessica from The Wine and Chisme Podcast and I joined forces to create an experience in San Diego on October 22, and you are invited.
227 - Too Happy To Be A Sad Girl with Angel Aviles
Angel Aviles shares her story of choosing her own path, having models, and embodying her inner c******a.
226 - Rewriting Your Story with Norma Newton
Norma Newton shares her story of growing up in a small town in California, becoming an attorney, and ultimately re-writing her story by creating a company that helps her community thrive through the power of books.
225 - Making change one student at a time with Eduardo Vilaro
Eduardo Vilaro shares his journey of figuring out he wanted to be a performer and now leading Ballet Hispanico as Artistic Director and CEO. Eduardo shares how he has come full circle and how through dance, Ballet Hispanico responds to the need of social equity and cultural identity.
The Content I didn’t know I needed.
I too came from Tiktok. I have really enjoyed the featured conversations and the talk about mental health in this community of the global majority. I love learning about more Latin/Hispanic creatives and have appreciated more things around me because of this.
Came from Tiktok & I’m so happy to be here!
Pam, thank you for being the voice of the first generation Latines! The people you bring on are so inspiring and make me feel at home. I found my people.
Oh my heart!
This is exactly what I needed at this point in my life. ❤️🤍💙•💚🤍❤️