Breaking waves, making waves, every wave is unique: that's the Afro-Latin experience. That's la Vida Afrolatina! Check out host Ámaly Homer and stars like Amara La Negra. Dig the vibrant conversation about everything from Mangu to hair to being unique and proud: the Ondas podcast.
Ondas with Ámaly Homer: Episode 3, Amara La Negra
When she's not speaking about the Afrolatin experience on NPR, she's posting content for her 2 million instagram viewers, hosting Love & Hip Hop on VH1, publishing books, and making music videos. Amara is the Afrolatina leader to watch make waves!
Ondas with Ámaly Homer: Episode 2, Yvette Peña
Meet Yvette Peña, powerhouse and Multicultural Marketing leader for AARP. She touches our hearts with stories of growing up a first-generation little girl with ringlets. Now she is working with the Smithsonian to found the first ever National Museum of the American Latino on the National Mall in Washington DC. Mujeres en poder!
Ondas with Ámaly Homer: Episode 1, Marco Davis
The insanely articulate and insightful Marco Davis breaks down just what it means to be Afrolatino and tells us the tales of his triple life as African American, Mexican American, and Afrolatino. Currently the CEO of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute in Washington DC and formerly a member of the Obama administration, Marco Davis's story will suck you in and leave you enriched.