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The Latinx podcast where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma!Through Tamarindo, hosts Ana Sheila Victorino and Brenda Gonzalez use levity to inform, inspire, and impact our community. Join Brenda and Ana Sheila as they delve into discussions on identity, race, gender, representation, and life!

Latest Episodes

Be Intentional: Why Wellness and Anti-Racism Go Hand in Hand

On this episode of Tamarindo, Ana Sheila discusses the evolution of wellness, different practices and resources that can help with the emotions and heaviness we are experiencing and how we can all be more intentional in our daily lives. She is joined by Iman Gibson, a health educator, meditation teacher and overall wellness evangelist to talk about the growth and problematic parts of the “wellness” space from a POC perspective and how we can use mindfulness to better anti-racists, pay homage to our ancestors and be intentional about how and what we eat. Co-host Brenda is on break. We also continue the conversation around anti-racism and anti-blackness in the Latinx community from the 90s to today. FREE RESOURCE: We are offering Tamarindo listeners an exclusivo peek to Iman’s new anti-racism meditations https://soundcloud.com/iman-gibson-tori-lund/sets/anti-racism-meditations During our conversation, we mention Angel Kyodo Williams (https://angelkyodowilliams.com/) , and a few #ca...

40 MIN1 w ago
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Be Intentional: Why Wellness and Anti-Racism Go Hand in Hand

Defunding the Police featuring Latino Rebels Founder, Julio Ricardo Varela

We discuss ways we can talk about anti-Blackness in our community, and we catch up with Julio Ricardo Varela about what Latino Rebels has been covering on Latinx solidarity with Black Lives Matters and Defunding the police

35 MIN3 w ago
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Defunding the Police featuring Latino Rebels Founder, Julio Ricardo Varela

How We Hold Bias & What We Can Do About It!

EOn this episode, Ana Shiela and Brenda unpack how unconscious bias comes into play to limit opportunities for women.

39 MINJUN 4
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How We Hold Bias & What We Can Do About It!

Be Strong and Be You! Lessons for #WOC on the Rise

On this episode, we sit with the author of More Than Ready: Be Strong and Be You and Other Lessons for Women of Color on the Rise, Cecilia Muñoz. Drawing from her experience as the first #Latinx to serve as the White House Domestic Policy Council (under President #Obama) and decades fighting for the rights of #immigrants while at #UnidosUS, Cecilia talks to us about her four strategies to combat #selfdoubt, the importance of #empowering your team, and the everyday #heros around us. Cecilia now serves as vice president for public interest technology and local initiatives at New America and is a recipient of the MacArthur Genius Award. Learn more about Cecilia at http://www.ceciliamunoz.com and order your copy of More Than Ready at here (https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=More+Than+Ready) . Tamarindo podcast is the Latinx show where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma, hosted by Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheila Victorino. Join us as we delv...

42 MINMAY 20
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Be Strong and Be You! Lessons for #WOC on the Rise

Fitting in with "Güero" from Gentefied, Carlos Santos

On this episode of Tamarindo, we connect with Carlos Santos, the actor and comedian who plays Chris Morales, one of three cousins that are the central characters of the hit #Latinx #Netlix show #Gentefied. Whether you’ve seen the show or not, we know that many Latinos in the US identify with the experience of not being Mexican (or insert country of origin) enough, something that Carlos’s character Chris wrestles with in hilarious ways. Learn how Carlos brings his comedy chops to shape his Chris, aka, #guero, making him one of the most memorable characters on the show. Then, as a #calma segment, Ana Sheila shares some ways we can check-in with ourselves to better identify the activities that bring us #peace and those that can produce #anxiety so that we can do more of what we love and less of what we don’t need. We also have an important message from UnidosUS. We know that even in the best of times, making healthy decisions can be tough and the coronavirus and economic crises hitting our country isn’t going to make that any easier. As schools nationwide are closed to help stop the coronavirus, millions of children are flocking to digital platforms, exposing them to an environment where their rights and health are at risk (https://nam11.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.unicef.org%2Fcsr%2Fcss%2FChildren_and_Digital_Marketing_-_Rights_Risks_and_Responsibilities(2).pdf&data=01%7C01%7Cvhanson%40unidosus.org%7Cbfb84a97c81144b2453508d7ebc3d7d5%7Cbeff294917604149a2e809cdf0760c95%7C0&sdata=qsTaGs3EOFRsjbCGr4dWfSGMoCVIdGwXojaymOqZQbc%3D&reserved=0) . That’s because there is surprising way that your child’s online activity can harm their health: when food and beverage companies (https://nam11.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fequitymattersllccom-my.sharepoint.com%2Fpersonal%2Fsamantha_equitymattersllc_com%2FDocuments%2FUnidosUS%2FHealth%2FTargeted%2520Marketing%2FTargetedMarketingReport2019&data=01%7C01%7Cvhanson%40unidosus.org%7Cbfb84a97c81144b2453508d7ebc3d7d5%7Cbeff294917604149a2e809cdf0760c95%7C0&sdata=I%2Fyf%2BAlDuG%2B7wFRIkSyCpm2pHXHVM1B0viadSQ%2B50GU%3D&reserved=0) aggressively target them with advertisements for junk food. While many sites and platforms provide an educational lifeline and respect children’s digital rights, marketers rely on “Big Data” and digital techniques (https://nam11.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.bmsg.org%2Fabout-us%2Four-projects%2Faddressing-digital-and-targeted-marketing-to-support-equity-and-foster-a-culture-of-health%2F&data=01%7C01%7Cvhanson%40unidosus.org%7Cbfb84a97c81144b2453508d7ebc3d7d5%7Cbeff294917604149a2e809cdf0760c95%7C0&sdata=doesNAQDS8TEEw2JxgblIesHrAp9ybf3O8W%2F35CUsiw%3D&reserved=0) to blur the lines between content and advertisements and reach children and teens through websites, social platforms and mobile devices, making it tough for even the most involved parent to protect their kids from these practices. UnidosUS believes that the practice of targeted marketing is a major racial and health equity issue because companies specifically target children and youth of color with marketing for foods and drinks that are low in nutrition and high in sugars, salt and fats. Doing this reinforces health inequities where Latino children are more likely suffer from obesity (https://nam11.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.cdc.gov%2Fnchs%2Fproducts%2Fdatabriefs%2Fdb288.htm&data=01%7C01%7Cvhanson%40unidosus.org%7Cbfb84a97c81144b2453508d7ebc3d7d5%7Cbeff294917604149a2e809cdf0760c95%7C0&sdata=6KD7l9Pw%2BjIlOnnXTrIB%2BdIfhZSucq9Zr9Reth2gaps%3D&reserved=0) or are more likely to develop diabetes (https://nam11.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thelancet.com%2Fjournals%2Falandia%2Farticle%2FPIIS2213-8687(14)70161-5%2Fabstract&data=01%7C01%7Cvhanson%40unidosus.org%7Cbfb84a97c81144b2453508d7ebc3d7d5%7Cbeff294917604149a2e809cdf0760c95%7C0&sdata=brcCN8gA0hsj3%2FsBd3Ov4g3k3XQ9ZprvJ%2BWyIIvyDsA%3D&res

34 MINMAY 6
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Fitting in with "Güero" from Gentefied, Carlos Santos

Present Over Perfect: Our Chat with Latinas Who Brunch founder Eliana Murillo

#PresentOverPerfect is just one of the many nuggets we took away from our conversation with Eliana Murillo, the founder of #Latinaswhobrunch, a community of badass Latinas. Many of us have grown up afraid to be truly seen or can be paralyzed from even starting to do the work we love because of fear and insecurities. On our latest episode in #thetimeofcorona, we sit down with Eliana to discuss #mindset and #self-development tools and approaches she uses to overcome insecurities, fear, and shame in order to show up most authentically and step into the work she’s called to do for others. In addition to Latinas who brunch, Eliana is the co-founder of her family's organic Tequila Alquimia (http://tequilaalquimia.com/) company, an award-winning USDA certified 100% organic and eco-friendly product that contributes 15% of every harvest to support nonprofit causes. While working at Google, Eliana founded the multicultural marketing team, She graduated from Harvard College and was included in the Forbes 30 Under 30 List in 2017. She's originally from Oxnard, California, and has a big, beautiful Mexican family throughout Ventura County. She currently resides in LA, where she makes art, cooks and does yogatón in between meetings in quarantine. You can catch Eliana on her personal instagram @inmyelement or leading amazing workshops and conversations on @latinaswhobrunch. We are also excited to announce our virtual storytelling workshop “Your story is your Superpower” coming up on April 30th at 6pm over zoom. The workshop is FREE but you must RSVP to join: bit.ly/storytellingpower (https://bit.ly/storytellingpower?fbclid=IwAR19dHR2HWBtUW9zfY5Gkkz1JdbEeU3Uy0Xx0bsUb6hpbTKXPtC7lhutXe4) We have partnered with the wonderful women of Teatro Luna (https://www.facebook.com/TeatroLunaEnsemble/?ref=gs&__tn__=%2CdK-R-R&eid=ARDP45NFWNBGJHcoKdQOtk70c__xEmt8037TAdT8Xv4iWAlThPRpDON9FEhcdUIhbQFBg6T4Aps6xPW7&fref=gs&dti=871256783390255&hc_location=group) , an all female WOC theater ensemble, to offer you this amazing free opportunity because we believe in the power of storytelling to help you heal, grow, and take you to the next level - whatever that is. Take ownership of your experiences, tackle that impostor syndrome, and launch your journey as a powerful communicator. Tamarindo podcast is the Latinx show where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma, hosted by Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheila Victorino. Join us as we delve into discussions on culture, politics, identity, representation, and life! Find us at https://www.tamarindopodcast.com/. Producer Jeff provides original music and sound engineering. Michelle Andrade edits the show. If you want to support our work, please rate and review our show here. (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tamarindo/id1102882792?mt=2) Follow Tamarindo on twitter @tamarindocast (https://twitter.com/TamarindoCast) or on Instagram @Tamarindopodcast (https://www.instagram.com/tamarindopodcast/) Follow Brenda on instagram @SweetPixNaranja (https://www.instagram.com/sweetpixnaranja/) and on twitter @BrendaRicards (https://twitter.com/BrendaRicards) Follow AnaSheila on instagram @la_anasheila (https://www.instagram.com/la_anasheila/) and twitter@Shelli1228 (https://twitter.com/shelli1228)

56 MINAPR 23
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Present Over Perfect: Our Chat with Latinas Who Brunch founder Eliana Murillo

Dealing with La Rona

Team Tamarindo is adjusting to the #physicaldistancing with a remote episode reflecting on what this moment means to Brenda and Ana Sheila and how they are coping with #covid. We share some of the creatives that are helping us find lightness during these dark times, as well as some great resources for information, and causes to support. We also take some time to celebrate our one year #anniversary and four years of #TamarindoPodcast. For some fun creatives we’re enjoying, check out these accounts on instagram: @Latinaswhobrunch @theharrylopez @thecesarcamacho @marcellacomedy For resources for immigrant communities, check out United We Dream (https://unitedwedream.org/resources-for-the-immigrant-community-during-covid-19/) and specifically how #undocumented folks can access health care. (https://unitedwedream.org/2020/03/healthcare-access-for-undocumented-folks-in-the-time-of-covid19/?fbclid=IwAR23ZhIZccIELWIzUO6NZQfF9oEQp5zYKcMHimNFn2Yq0cb5laY1BCnwin4) We also find the information ...

41 MINAPR 6
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Dealing with La Rona

Latinx Voices Reflect on American Dirt (Partnership with Project Enye)

As distraction to the world-wide pandemic we are living through, we are releasing an episode that was created several weeks ago before any of us knew how the coronavirus would impact our daily lives. We take this opportunity to send you love, light, and courage during these hard times. This episode of Tamarindo is a collaboration with Project Enye. This is a compilation of many #Latinx #podcasters reacting to the #AmericanDirt debacle. American Dirt is the novel released earlier this year that was widely criticized for it's racist portrayal of #Mexicans. Thanks to Mexican-American writer Myriam Gurba (https://www.myriamgurba.com/) , the controversy behind American Dirt exposed how the publishing industry systematically silences voices from the #Latinx community. Take a listen and let us know what you think! Tamarindo podcast is the Latinx show where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma, hosted by Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheila Victorino. Join us a...

45 MINMAR 24
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Latinx Voices Reflect on American Dirt (Partnership with Project Enye)

Tristes Con #Warren and our chat with the Executive Producer of the upcoming Selena series!

On this episode of Tamarindo, we talk about the #demprimaries and reflect on what it means to have Senator #Warren drop out of the race. Next, we interview Moises Zamora, the writer and executive producer of the upcoming #Selena series on #Netflix. Moises is Mexican-American, award-winning writer and filmmaker. He won the Binational Literary Prize for Young Novel Border of Words in Mexico for his Spanish-language novel. We do promote an upcoming event, however, we are monitoring the #coronavirus news and we will keep you posted if the plans for the event change. Stay safe friends y lavate las manos! Special thanks to our episode sponsor Fuchila Fresheners (https://www.fuchilafresheners.com/) bringing you the extra #Latinx air fresheners including conchas, Frida and hot cheetos. Use TAMARINDO20 for a special discount at checkout. Tamarindo podcast is the Latinx show where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma, hosted by Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheil...

38 MINMAR 12
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Tristes Con #Warren and our chat with the Executive Producer of the upcoming Selena series!

Say Fuera to Mind Traps!

On this episode of Tamarindo Podcast, Ana Sheila and Brenda break down some of the most common #mindtraps or what we call mind “trampas”. We discuss the negative thought patterns that hold us back and what we can do when we catch ourselves in these spirals to release our inner #Cabrona (or Cabronx). We are putting #genderedterms in the #basura and share the plans we have in the works for a #storytelling workshop with our friends at #Latinaswhobrunch and the theatre company #Teatroluna. Stay tuned for more details! Special thanks to our episode sponsor Fuchila Fresheners (https://www.fuchilafresheners.com/) bringing you the extra #Latinx air fresheners including conchas, Frida and hot cheetos. Use TAMARINDO20 for a special discount at checkout. Tamarindo podcast is the Latinx show where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma, hosted by Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheila Victorino. Join us as we delve into discussions on culture, politics, identity, rep...

32 MINFEB 27
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Say Fuera to Mind Traps!

Latest Episodes

Be Intentional: Why Wellness and Anti-Racism Go Hand in Hand

On this episode of Tamarindo, Ana Sheila discusses the evolution of wellness, different practices and resources that can help with the emotions and heaviness we are experiencing and how we can all be more intentional in our daily lives. She is joined by Iman Gibson, a health educator, meditation teacher and overall wellness evangelist to talk about the growth and problematic parts of the “wellness” space from a POC perspective and how we can use mindfulness to better anti-racists, pay homage to our ancestors and be intentional about how and what we eat. Co-host Brenda is on break. We also continue the conversation around anti-racism and anti-blackness in the Latinx community from the 90s to today. FREE RESOURCE: We are offering Tamarindo listeners an exclusivo peek to Iman’s new anti-racism meditations https://soundcloud.com/iman-gibson-tori-lund/sets/anti-racism-meditations During our conversation, we mention Angel Kyodo Williams (https://angelkyodowilliams.com/) , and a few #ca...

40 MIN1 w ago
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Be Intentional: Why Wellness and Anti-Racism Go Hand in Hand

Defunding the Police featuring Latino Rebels Founder, Julio Ricardo Varela

We discuss ways we can talk about anti-Blackness in our community, and we catch up with Julio Ricardo Varela about what Latino Rebels has been covering on Latinx solidarity with Black Lives Matters and Defunding the police

35 MIN3 w ago
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Defunding the Police featuring Latino Rebels Founder, Julio Ricardo Varela

How We Hold Bias & What We Can Do About It!

EOn this episode, Ana Shiela and Brenda unpack how unconscious bias comes into play to limit opportunities for women.

39 MINJUN 4
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How We Hold Bias & What We Can Do About It!

Be Strong and Be You! Lessons for #WOC on the Rise

On this episode, we sit with the author of More Than Ready: Be Strong and Be You and Other Lessons for Women of Color on the Rise, Cecilia Muñoz. Drawing from her experience as the first #Latinx to serve as the White House Domestic Policy Council (under President #Obama) and decades fighting for the rights of #immigrants while at #UnidosUS, Cecilia talks to us about her four strategies to combat #selfdoubt, the importance of #empowering your team, and the everyday #heros around us. Cecilia now serves as vice president for public interest technology and local initiatives at New America and is a recipient of the MacArthur Genius Award. Learn more about Cecilia at http://www.ceciliamunoz.com and order your copy of More Than Ready at here (https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=More+Than+Ready) . Tamarindo podcast is the Latinx show where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma, hosted by Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheila Victorino. Join us as we delv...

42 MINMAY 20
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Be Strong and Be You! Lessons for #WOC on the Rise

Fitting in with "Güero" from Gentefied, Carlos Santos

On this episode of Tamarindo, we connect with Carlos Santos, the actor and comedian who plays Chris Morales, one of three cousins that are the central characters of the hit #Latinx #Netlix show #Gentefied. Whether you’ve seen the show or not, we know that many Latinos in the US identify with the experience of not being Mexican (or insert country of origin) enough, something that Carlos’s character Chris wrestles with in hilarious ways. Learn how Carlos brings his comedy chops to shape his Chris, aka, #guero, making him one of the most memorable characters on the show. Then, as a #calma segment, Ana Sheila shares some ways we can check-in with ourselves to better identify the activities that bring us #peace and those that can produce #anxiety so that we can do more of what we love and less of what we don’t need. We also have an important message from UnidosUS. We know that even in the best of times, making healthy decisions can be tough and the coronavirus and economic crises hitting our country isn’t going to make that any easier. As schools nationwide are closed to help stop the coronavirus, millions of children are flocking to digital platforms, exposing them to an environment where their rights and health are at risk (https://nam11.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.unicef.org%2Fcsr%2Fcss%2FChildren_and_Digital_Marketing_-_Rights_Risks_and_Responsibilities(2).pdf&data=01%7C01%7Cvhanson%40unidosus.org%7Cbfb84a97c81144b2453508d7ebc3d7d5%7Cbeff294917604149a2e809cdf0760c95%7C0&sdata=qsTaGs3EOFRsjbCGr4dWfSGMoCVIdGwXojaymOqZQbc%3D&reserved=0) . That’s because there is surprising way that your child’s online activity can harm their health: when food and beverage companies (https://nam11.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fequitymattersllccom-my.sharepoint.com%2Fpersonal%2Fsamantha_equitymattersllc_com%2FDocuments%2FUnidosUS%2FHealth%2FTargeted%2520Marketing%2FTargetedMarketingReport2019&data=01%7C01%7Cvhanson%40unidosus.org%7Cbfb84a97c81144b2453508d7ebc3d7d5%7Cbeff294917604149a2e809cdf0760c95%7C0&sdata=I%2Fyf%2BAlDuG%2B7wFRIkSyCpm2pHXHVM1B0viadSQ%2B50GU%3D&reserved=0) aggressively target them with advertisements for junk food. While many sites and platforms provide an educational lifeline and respect children’s digital rights, marketers rely on “Big Data” and digital techniques (https://nam11.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.bmsg.org%2Fabout-us%2Four-projects%2Faddressing-digital-and-targeted-marketing-to-support-equity-and-foster-a-culture-of-health%2F&data=01%7C01%7Cvhanson%40unidosus.org%7Cbfb84a97c81144b2453508d7ebc3d7d5%7Cbeff294917604149a2e809cdf0760c95%7C0&sdata=doesNAQDS8TEEw2JxgblIesHrAp9ybf3O8W%2F35CUsiw%3D&reserved=0) to blur the lines between content and advertisements and reach children and teens through websites, social platforms and mobile devices, making it tough for even the most involved parent to protect their kids from these practices. UnidosUS believes that the practice of targeted marketing is a major racial and health equity issue because companies specifically target children and youth of color with marketing for foods and drinks that are low in nutrition and high in sugars, salt and fats. Doing this reinforces health inequities where Latino children are more likely suffer from obesity (https://nam11.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.cdc.gov%2Fnchs%2Fproducts%2Fdatabriefs%2Fdb288.htm&data=01%7C01%7Cvhanson%40unidosus.org%7Cbfb84a97c81144b2453508d7ebc3d7d5%7Cbeff294917604149a2e809cdf0760c95%7C0&sdata=6KD7l9Pw%2BjIlOnnXTrIB%2BdIfhZSucq9Zr9Reth2gaps%3D&reserved=0) or are more likely to develop diabetes (https://nam11.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thelancet.com%2Fjournals%2Falandia%2Farticle%2FPIIS2213-8687(14)70161-5%2Fabstract&data=01%7C01%7Cvhanson%40unidosus.org%7Cbfb84a97c81144b2453508d7ebc3d7d5%7Cbeff294917604149a2e809cdf0760c95%7C0&sdata=brcCN8gA0hsj3%2FsBd3Ov4g3k3XQ9ZprvJ%2BWyIIvyDsA%3D&res

34 MINMAY 6
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Fitting in with "Güero" from Gentefied, Carlos Santos

Present Over Perfect: Our Chat with Latinas Who Brunch founder Eliana Murillo

#PresentOverPerfect is just one of the many nuggets we took away from our conversation with Eliana Murillo, the founder of #Latinaswhobrunch, a community of badass Latinas. Many of us have grown up afraid to be truly seen or can be paralyzed from even starting to do the work we love because of fear and insecurities. On our latest episode in #thetimeofcorona, we sit down with Eliana to discuss #mindset and #self-development tools and approaches she uses to overcome insecurities, fear, and shame in order to show up most authentically and step into the work she’s called to do for others. In addition to Latinas who brunch, Eliana is the co-founder of her family's organic Tequila Alquimia (http://tequilaalquimia.com/) company, an award-winning USDA certified 100% organic and eco-friendly product that contributes 15% of every harvest to support nonprofit causes. While working at Google, Eliana founded the multicultural marketing team, She graduated from Harvard College and was included in the Forbes 30 Under 30 List in 2017. She's originally from Oxnard, California, and has a big, beautiful Mexican family throughout Ventura County. She currently resides in LA, where she makes art, cooks and does yogatón in between meetings in quarantine. You can catch Eliana on her personal instagram @inmyelement or leading amazing workshops and conversations on @latinaswhobrunch. We are also excited to announce our virtual storytelling workshop “Your story is your Superpower” coming up on April 30th at 6pm over zoom. The workshop is FREE but you must RSVP to join: bit.ly/storytellingpower (https://bit.ly/storytellingpower?fbclid=IwAR19dHR2HWBtUW9zfY5Gkkz1JdbEeU3Uy0Xx0bsUb6hpbTKXPtC7lhutXe4) We have partnered with the wonderful women of Teatro Luna (https://www.facebook.com/TeatroLunaEnsemble/?ref=gs&__tn__=%2CdK-R-R&eid=ARDP45NFWNBGJHcoKdQOtk70c__xEmt8037TAdT8Xv4iWAlThPRpDON9FEhcdUIhbQFBg6T4Aps6xPW7&fref=gs&dti=871256783390255&hc_location=group) , an all female WOC theater ensemble, to offer you this amazing free opportunity because we believe in the power of storytelling to help you heal, grow, and take you to the next level - whatever that is. Take ownership of your experiences, tackle that impostor syndrome, and launch your journey as a powerful communicator. Tamarindo podcast is the Latinx show where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma, hosted by Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheila Victorino. Join us as we delve into discussions on culture, politics, identity, representation, and life! Find us at https://www.tamarindopodcast.com/. Producer Jeff provides original music and sound engineering. Michelle Andrade edits the show. If you want to support our work, please rate and review our show here. (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tamarindo/id1102882792?mt=2) Follow Tamarindo on twitter @tamarindocast (https://twitter.com/TamarindoCast) or on Instagram @Tamarindopodcast (https://www.instagram.com/tamarindopodcast/) Follow Brenda on instagram @SweetPixNaranja (https://www.instagram.com/sweetpixnaranja/) and on twitter @BrendaRicards (https://twitter.com/BrendaRicards) Follow AnaSheila on instagram @la_anasheila (https://www.instagram.com/la_anasheila/) and twitter@Shelli1228 (https://twitter.com/shelli1228)

56 MINAPR 23
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Present Over Perfect: Our Chat with Latinas Who Brunch founder Eliana Murillo

Dealing with La Rona

Team Tamarindo is adjusting to the #physicaldistancing with a remote episode reflecting on what this moment means to Brenda and Ana Sheila and how they are coping with #covid. We share some of the creatives that are helping us find lightness during these dark times, as well as some great resources for information, and causes to support. We also take some time to celebrate our one year #anniversary and four years of #TamarindoPodcast. For some fun creatives we’re enjoying, check out these accounts on instagram: @Latinaswhobrunch @theharrylopez @thecesarcamacho @marcellacomedy For resources for immigrant communities, check out United We Dream (https://unitedwedream.org/resources-for-the-immigrant-community-during-covid-19/) and specifically how #undocumented folks can access health care. (https://unitedwedream.org/2020/03/healthcare-access-for-undocumented-folks-in-the-time-of-covid19/?fbclid=IwAR23ZhIZccIELWIzUO6NZQfF9oEQp5zYKcMHimNFn2Yq0cb5laY1BCnwin4) We also find the information ...

41 MINAPR 6
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Dealing with La Rona

Latinx Voices Reflect on American Dirt (Partnership with Project Enye)

As distraction to the world-wide pandemic we are living through, we are releasing an episode that was created several weeks ago before any of us knew how the coronavirus would impact our daily lives. We take this opportunity to send you love, light, and courage during these hard times. This episode of Tamarindo is a collaboration with Project Enye. This is a compilation of many #Latinx #podcasters reacting to the #AmericanDirt debacle. American Dirt is the novel released earlier this year that was widely criticized for it's racist portrayal of #Mexicans. Thanks to Mexican-American writer Myriam Gurba (https://www.myriamgurba.com/) , the controversy behind American Dirt exposed how the publishing industry systematically silences voices from the #Latinx community. Take a listen and let us know what you think! Tamarindo podcast is the Latinx show where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma, hosted by Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheila Victorino. Join us a...

45 MINMAR 24
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Latinx Voices Reflect on American Dirt (Partnership with Project Enye)

Tristes Con #Warren and our chat with the Executive Producer of the upcoming Selena series!

On this episode of Tamarindo, we talk about the #demprimaries and reflect on what it means to have Senator #Warren drop out of the race. Next, we interview Moises Zamora, the writer and executive producer of the upcoming #Selena series on #Netflix. Moises is Mexican-American, award-winning writer and filmmaker. He won the Binational Literary Prize for Young Novel Border of Words in Mexico for his Spanish-language novel. We do promote an upcoming event, however, we are monitoring the #coronavirus news and we will keep you posted if the plans for the event change. Stay safe friends y lavate las manos! Special thanks to our episode sponsor Fuchila Fresheners (https://www.fuchilafresheners.com/) bringing you the extra #Latinx air fresheners including conchas, Frida and hot cheetos. Use TAMARINDO20 for a special discount at checkout. Tamarindo podcast is the Latinx show where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma, hosted by Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheil...

38 MINMAR 12
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Tristes Con #Warren and our chat with the Executive Producer of the upcoming Selena series!

Say Fuera to Mind Traps!

On this episode of Tamarindo Podcast, Ana Sheila and Brenda break down some of the most common #mindtraps or what we call mind “trampas”. We discuss the negative thought patterns that hold us back and what we can do when we catch ourselves in these spirals to release our inner #Cabrona (or Cabronx). We are putting #genderedterms in the #basura and share the plans we have in the works for a #storytelling workshop with our friends at #Latinaswhobrunch and the theatre company #Teatroluna. Stay tuned for more details! Special thanks to our episode sponsor Fuchila Fresheners (https://www.fuchilafresheners.com/) bringing you the extra #Latinx air fresheners including conchas, Frida and hot cheetos. Use TAMARINDO20 for a special discount at checkout. Tamarindo podcast is the Latinx show where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma, hosted by Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheila Victorino. Join us as we delve into discussions on culture, politics, identity, rep...

32 MINFEB 27
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Say Fuera to Mind Traps!

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