56 episodes

A Latino podcast made in Houston, Texas with Juan Alanis and Anjelica Cazares.

Juan of Words Juan Alanis & Anjelica Cazares

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6 • 7 Ratings

A Latino podcast made in Houston, Texas with Juan Alanis and Anjelica Cazares.

    Grief and Hope

    Grief and Hope

    We're joined by our friend Leticia Manzano of the Houston Area Women's Center, and artist and creator of the one-woman performance "Delejos," Julie Piñero for this episode of the podcast in which we discuss grief and hope. 

    • 55 min
    One Year Anniversary

    One Year Anniversary

    Last year in March we started this podcast. On this episode, for our one year anniversary, we take a look back at some of the most telling episodes about who we are and share what we remember about recording each episode.

    • 55 min
    Texas Freeze

    Texas Freeze

    We are finally ready to talk about it, y'all... the Texas freeze!! In this new podcast episode we go into detail about what it was like for us in Houston with no power and no water... but a lot of ICE!

    • 55 min
    Code Switching

    Code Switching

    It is almost second nature for us, and until recently we had forgotten that the actual term for what we were doing was code switching. We talk about this, and about getting vaccinated for COVID-19 on this episode.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Do It For The Culture

    Do It For The Culture

    What does this expression actually mean? Apparently it has shifted over the years, and in this episode we get into our own interpretations of this common phrase. We also talk about "selling out" and who gets to decide how that label is used. 

    • 49 min
    Dreams. Dreams. Dreams.

    Dreams. Dreams. Dreams.

    Or nightmares in some cases. Juan recounts a vivid dream he had recently that has stayed with him for the last few days, which leads us into a conversation about interpreting our dreams and nightmares. We also touch on our first impressions of the new social media audio app Clubhouse. But first we go into what happened at the Capitol on January 6.

    • 1 hr 13 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

El Padrote de los padrotes ,

Great for when you’re making breakfast

Especially now that we’re quarantined and I have limited interaction with other adults, I love listening to this podcast and eavesdropping on Angelica and Juan’s conversation. It makes me feel like I’m at Starbucks and the couple next to me is having an awesome conversation that I want to jump into. Highly recommend!

newmomtoo ,

Please focus on topic of the episode

Too much talking off topic before the actual subject of the episode (based on what’s written in the description) and interrupting/trying to correct each other.

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