Two sisters: One Podcast
Join us as we archive the stories of (un)documented people while decolonizing chisme!
Hello UndocuChismoses! We took a break, but we are back! Join us as we share with you all why we took a break. Trigger warning as this episode touches on survivor story.
Purpose with UndocuCEO
Join us for a chisme hour with UndocuCEO! Yesica Catalán (she/her/ella) also known as UndocuCEO is a Mexican, black, and indigenous immigrant who despite her undocumented status is the owner and partner of multiple successful companies in the US and México. She is a self taught graphic artist, investor and entrepreneur who has dedicated her journey, story and success to her community. She is an advocate for social justice and mentor to immigrants looking to open or expand their small business. On this episode we share space with Yesica and talk about purpose, self-love/care and healing.
VAWA: Maria's Pathway to Citizenship
Content Warning: mentions story of domestic abuseJoin us for a chisme hour as Maria shares with us her survivor story and how she found the appropriate tools to apply for VAWA. In this episode, we mention Immigration Attorney Karina Gutierrez & We Grow Summit.P.S. Maria was unable to purchase tickets, but hopefully next year! (Unless they have an extra ticket they'd like to gift her ;) )
Chronicles of an immigrant child con Juana
Join us as we unpack some of the chronicles Juana had to face coming into this country. Juana (she/ella) is the CEO of J’s Bakes & Makes. J’s Bakes & Makes was founded in 2020. Juana is a Latinx Undocumented woman. She was born in Guanajuato Mexico and was brought to the United States at the age of seven years old. As an undocumented woman, she has defeated the odd and holds a BA in business administration with an emphasis in marketing, and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) with emphasis in entrepreneurship from California State University, San Bernardino. Magna Cum Laude degree awardee. She was a wardee of the NAWBO Inland Empire (National Association of Women Business Owners) Next Gen in 2020. Juana wants to motivate students to continue with their education and to make a difference in the community. She is a firm believer in paving the way for the ones that will come behind her and paying it forward.
Flowers as a form of income
During this episode we share space with Rosa from Flowers by Rose. Rosa (she/ella) is an undocumented individual who co-founded Floreria Esperanza, now known as Flowers by Rose. Rosa began selling flower arrangements through Facebook and Instagram as a creative avenue to fund her education. Rosa was born in Guadalajara, Mexico and came to the U.S. at the age of 6. Rosa attended CSU San Bernardino and faced challenges being eligible for financial aid, and this reality set her on her entrepreneurship pathway.
Chisme with UndocuProfessionals
Join us for a chisme hour with Sharet Garcia (she/her/ella) who was born and raised in Oaxaca Mexico. She is a mother, doctoral student, Career coach and higher education Counselor & founder of UndocuPRofessionals. Please check out UndocuProfessionals HERE or follow them on IG @undocuprofessionals. Don't forget to connect with us using our Google Forms.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
What a blessing it has been to be able to hear these heart touching stories that connect so deeply with me. Thank you for this podcast and all of you who share your stories. You empower me! Thank you for this community!
I love it! Me encanta!
Every episode has been amazing to me. This podcast makes me feel so seen! I get to hear experiences about people like me, my parents and my community.
The chisme is good.
Amazing first episode. You had me laughing with you as if I was in the room with you.
Looking forward to more chisme.