The Resilience and Resistance podcast is about successful Black, Indigenous and Women of Color who are overcoming trauma and becoming resilient.
The vision for this podcast is to illuminate the dichotomy that many BIPOC female-identified individuals face in their daily lives; holding space for healing or managing past and present trauma, while maintaining a "professional" identity as they strive towards their work and other goals.
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Music: Inte-Gritty by Bianca Mikahn
Art: Maite Nazario | http://www.maitenazario.com
Marisol’s mom, Blanca, joins the podcast to talk family history, growing up in poverty along the US/Mexico border, teenage pregnancy, hard work, her love of Kool-Aid, and finding joy regardless of the circumstances.
Latina Entrepreneurship Series w/ Kathy Maestes
Join us for another interview of our Latina Entrepreneurship Series. Our guest is entrepreneur Kathy Maestes
We'll continue to explore how Latinas are building, growing, and owning their spaces.
Dealing with the Loss of a Loved One: A Professional Therapist Journey
In this episode, Cynthia narrates her journey in life so far: the experience growing up in a Chinese household, pursuing a doctorate in psychology, her approach to the work she does, and dealing with the challenges that have come her way in life. Our discussion gets deep into being comfortable with your emotions – both positive and negative, emotional regulation, resilience, and revival. Listen in!
Latina Entrepreneurship Series: Ana Hernandez of Inscribe
Join us for the first interview of our Latina Entrepreneurship Series. Our first guest is Ana Hernandez COO of InScribe. We will be featuring an entrepreneur every month until the end of the year.
Akasha Absher: Pushing Past The Limitations of Whiteness
In this week’s episode, we are joined by Akasha Absher, the president of Syntrinsic Investment Counsel, a national investment consulting firm.
Beth Robinson: Salary Bias’ for Women
In this episode, we speak to Beth Robinson, an Employment Attorney in Denver, Colorado. We discussed...
A Safe Place
Love this podcast it has become a safe place for me to reflect on my own racial traumatic experiences. Empowing and enlightening stories to help anyone heal.
Invaluable stories and conversations!
I had high hopes for this podcast in knowing of Marisol and her power, and yet was amazed at how it touched me and moved me more than I had imagined it would. I felt so seen and heard, I saw and heard myself in the first two episodes I listened to. I cried, I laughed, I paused and wrote down notes for further processing. I want more and am grateful there is more. Thank you Marisol and guests for your willingness to be vulnerable, honest, and in your ability to verbalize so many of the experiences I’ve had in my years that I’ve struggled to put words to <3
Ted was the first “white” person in the Solarte family and also the reason the rest got to come over. In sociological terms, they are framing their history to suit their current situations in order to maintain their unique standings that they seem to associate with their personalities. In reality, they are just a couple of peoplex that grew up very privileged because Mari has amazing parents. They couldn’t have a conversation in Spanish if you held a gun to their heads and I refuse to let the history of my family be set in stone by them.
Sorry guys, if you’re going to present your frames as objective reality, I’m gonna hold the mirror up.