29 episodes

Named as one of Feedspot's top 30 intersectional podcasts, the VOCES Podcast  elevates diverse narratives from people who amongst their many identities, identify as Latin and Jewish. Podcast guests explore the complexity and uniqueness that comes with having a multicultural Latin and Jewish identity, and share their perspectives about on culture, community, family and intersectionality. 

VOCES by Jewtina y Co‪.‬ Analucía Lopezrevoredo

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

Named as one of Feedspot's top 30 intersectional podcasts, the VOCES Podcast  elevates diverse narratives from people who amongst their many identities, identify as Latin and Jewish. Podcast guests explore the complexity and uniqueness that comes with having a multicultural Latin and Jewish identity, and share their perspectives about on culture, community, family and intersectionality. 

    Season 4, Episode 5: Finding Home

    Season 4, Episode 5: Finding Home

    Jessica Goodman is a seasoned clinical social worker with a wealth of experience in private practice. Throughout her career, Jessica has empowered individuals to reshape their life stories across diverse environments, including the foster care system, educational institutions, residential settings, community mental health clinics, and charitable organizations.Tune in to discover the invaluable insights Jessica shares on the lessons vital for all adults raising multicultural children and the e...

    • 15 min
    Season 4, Episode 4: Navigating the Crossroads

    Season 4, Episode 4: Navigating the Crossroads

    Meet Azucena “Azu” Uribe! Azu is a junior in high school that was born and raised in Berkeley, California, like her parents. Raised in a multicultural home, their mom is of Ashkenazi Jewish descent, and their father is of Mexican descent. Azu loves dancing, writing poetry, and spending time in nature and with people they love. They have been surrounded by music their whole life and are currently learning drums and guitar. Azu has been a part of Jewish Youth for Community Action (JYCA) and Jew...

    • 15 min
    Season 4, Episode 3: A Love Story Against Assimilation

    Season 4, Episode 3: A Love Story Against Assimilation

    Meet the Isaac and Vivi from the Santana-Zones Family! This year, Isaac and Vivi are celebrating 20 years as a couple. Isaac identifies as being Jewish with mixed Sephardic and Ashkenazi heritage and Vivi as Chicana and child and grandchild of immigrants from Jalisco, Mexico. From the first moments of getting to know each other, their families and cultural/ethnic identities have been at the center of their bonding–with both of them holding a genuine interest to support the other in hold...

    • 22 min
    Season 4, Episode 2: El Corazón

    Season 4, Episode 2: El Corazón

    Meet Ariela Ronay-Jinich! Ariela is an educational leader, cultural activist, and researcher based in Berkeley, California. She has been serving Bay Area youth and families since 2005, and has founded and directed a number of innovative Jewish educational initiatives that center community-building, language learning and nature connection at organizations like Urban Adamah, Wilderness Torah, Edah and Jewish Outside. Her recent work has centered her Mexican Jewish identity and has taken on an e...

    • 21 min
    Season 4, Episode 1: An Intro to Season Four

    Season 4, Episode 1: An Intro to Season Four

    Bienvenidos and Welcome to the fourth season of the VOCES podcast, my name is Analucía Lopezrevoredo and I am your host. It’s been a year since the third season of our podcast concluded, and I want to take a moment to reintroduce you to Podcast, and share what you can expect this season.

    • 2 min
    Season 3, Episode 5: Rituals of Womanhood (ft. Mackenzie Martínez)

    Season 3, Episode 5: Rituals of Womanhood (ft. Mackenzie Martínez)

    Mackenzie Martínez is a proud "Jexican" (Jewish-Mexican) and alumna of Elon University in North Carolina. While at Elon, Mackenzie’s wrote her undergraduate thesis “Rituals of Womanhood,” and explored the connections, differences, and cultural implications of Bat Mitzvahs and Quinceañeras. After graduating with her degree in Anthropology and Spanish, Mackenzie moved to San Diego to serve as a fellow for Avodah the Jewish Service Corps. While at Avodah, she began working with Al Otro Lado...

    • 22 min

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Power to hear so many different stories. I didn’t even realize there was a Jewish community in Latin America!

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