Latinx On The Rise is a podcast focusing on conversations with high achieving Latinx movers and shakers. Under the current political climate, the Latinx community continue to be relegated by being told what and who they are with little space to share perspective of our own stories. From queer identity to Afro-Latinidad we are constantly reminded there is little room for our stories to reach the masses. Latinx On The Rise has changed that landscape with representation of all kinds of Latinx- Americans across the country who are excited to share their achievements and hope to inspire listeners.
Latino World Travelers| How to travel for less!
Who is ready for post pandemic travel? I sure as hell am! For me traveling has always been something I consider daunting. Researching information about the place I want to visit isn't the issue for me, it's the money.
Vanessa Fondeur-Adams is the founder of Latino World Travelers, a group that helps make traveling more accessible for the Latinx community. Check out our awesome conversation!
Batwoman's Bevin Bru
I feel like I talk about representation all the time and it's still not enough. The CW's Batwoman is a new take on an old comic. Batwoman is a black woman who is hiding her superhero alter ego from her ex-girlfriend, Angelique.
Latina Small Business Owners During Covid
This has been a challenging year for everyone, it's true but being a Latina business owner is challenging enough without the added stress of a pandemic.
2020 Caught Up with Me
My last episode was in October of 2020, I had received overwhelming positive feedback for my Covid Series which still continues. However, I decided to take a break until today because 2020 caught up with me. I was wrapped up with the election and the fear of what was to come
I went to Chicago to see family, I got the opportunity to grow my business and work with amazing new clients. I also got wrapped up in the circus that was trumps last stand of lawsuits. The crazy insurrection and finally the calm that has come with Biden's inauguration.
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Surviving Covid: A Husband & Wife Tale
Connie Saldaña is a community worker at Mujeres Latinas En Acción in Chicago. Like many of us she was sent to work from home at the beginning of the pandemic with the idea it would only be a few weeks. Her husband, a laborer, was still going into work. He contracted Covid early in the pandemic and almost died.
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She also contracted covid while taking care of her husband but continued working her 40 hours a week for fear of losing income. She was a care taker to her husband, battling Covid and making herself available to the community at the same time. Studies show that mothers are 3 times more likely to lose their job during coronavirus.
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Pt 2. Medical Conditions & Covid in US Detention Centers | October 2020 [Interview Clip]
This episode is about the medical condition during covid in the detention facilities. There is medical malpractice and more to be found in ICE detention centers.
Entertaining and Informative!
I truly enjoy this podcast. I love her fire and how she brings her personal story to the interviews. I love how she sheds light on Latinx products. I have been buying products like Risos Curls and items from Hija de tu Madre because of her interviews with them. Truly appreciate that Annabel is using her podcast to feature Latinx products. Not to mention she is hilarious.
Perfect representation of true Latinx empowerment
I honestly fell in love with the genuine content of this podcast. Annabel is so relatable, and the guests she brings on, are truly amazing. I am so glad that I found her page on @thecurlyvshow IG story. Keep being awesome my dear. Sending you all my love and positive vibes 💖🤗
Informative, entertaining, fun
I love Latinx on the Rise. I completely relate to the topics and the host Annabel is such a great host and knows how to keep you engaged and interested. I highly recommend this podcast!