10 Podcasts Created by Afro-Latinx
I've begun a new series on my Instagram page called #TrueLifeYourAverageAfrolatina. Because again, there is no prototype, right? We come from all walks of life, with many different traits, hobbies, talents, and stories. I posted my first one on January 5th of this year (in search of podcasters) and thought it would be a good idea to share my findings with you all! If you want more info on each podcast, click on the podcast titles to be redirected to their Instagram page.
*I will continue updating this post as I come across others.*
Now in their fourth season, WCFQ is a biweekly podcast hosted by queens from Queens, Cadacia (Panamanian) and Monique (Venezuelan). Topics include "adulthood, dating, wellness, and Queendom things".
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Started in 2016 by Isabel (Puerto Rican), RWRT was created to share the stories of women dealing with and embracing life in their 30's, based off real life conversations. It has grown to include women of all ages, including me! (I'll be announcing my episode when it drops!)
(Image retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/realwomenrealtalkpodcast/)
Jasmine (Nicaraguan/Mexican) has co-hosted this biweekly fashion history podcast with Dana and Joy since 2015. The three of them cover topics such as Black dress and style in the US and in Latin America.
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Hosted by two Bronx natives Estephanie (Dominican) and Lina (Dominican), the Bag Ladies are out here tryna be better, deal with their baggage, and help you do the same!
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Out here since 2015 and hosted by Jaime, Arroz Con Chicken is your source for news, gossip, advice, current events, and the "Yolanda Solivar of the week".
(Image retrieved from https://soundcloud.com/arrozchicken/reclaiming-my-pum-kash)
The Curly Professional is a new podcast created by Camille Vogl (Nicaraguan/Puerto Rican) dedicated to educating and advancing millennial women of color with career and lifestyle content.
You can find it on her website.
(Image retrieved from https://www.camillevogl.com/curlyprofessional)
Marisol Catchings (Mexcian) is a co-founder and co-host of Just BE podcast, along with Kamilah Richardson and Hope Lehman. Just BE is a small business podcast by and for Black business women of the diaspora.
(Image retrieved from https://soundcloud.com/justbeoak)
Mama Soul Talk is co-hosted by Charo (Dominican) and Brittany. This podcast provides a platform for mothers of color to have a safe space for expression and support as well as empowerment and normalization of their experiences.
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Registered dietitians and BFFs, Wendy (Dominican) and Jess are the hosts of Food Heaven, trying to make the world a healthier place, one meal at a time. Topics include healthy cooking and other lovely things!
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Suma (Haitian & Panamanian) and Jenelle are the creators of lifestyle brand NOIR + Wanderlust. Shaded & Faded is one of their newest projects (est. 2016) that covers pop culture and life, "while always holding it down for the culture".
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Tune in every Wednesday for pop culture, current events, and personal effects on The John Effect, hosted by - you guessed it - John (Cuban)! No subject is off limits.
(Image retrieved from https://soundcloud.com/thejohneffect)
This weekly mental health podcast is brand spanking new! Each Thursday, you can expect to hear Ella (Peruvian) uniquely discuss and challenge the narrative around mental illness, mental health and self care.
You can find it on Soundcloud.
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This Brooklyn based podcast is co-hosted by Sy Tally (Haitian) and Mari G (Honduran). Cafe Sin Leche was started in December of last year, and touches upon topics including sex, relationships, culture, gender roles, and many other topics.
You can find it on Soundcloud.
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Guaranó is a Colombian Spanish podcast created by Alexandra (Afro-Colombian), Sadit, and Laura Camila. Their intent is to share knowledge of Pacific Colombia, knowing and recognizing it as a multi-ethnic country.
You can listen on their website.
(Image retrieved from https://www.instagram.com/guarano_serie_radial)
The PMB Podcast is a mixed bag of everything current, hosted by The Truth and Geechi Luciano (Panamanian). Their DC based podcast discusses entertainment, social media, or personal life matters, keeping it real, raw, and authentic.
(Image retrieved from https://soundcloud.com/pmbpod)
Cat Lantigua (Dominican) is "committed to empowering women and enabling millenial greatness." On her podcast
she discusses culture, relationships, self-improvement as she prioritizes vulnerability and honesty.
You can find her on Apple Podcasts.
Created by Nathalie Cerin (Haitian), this bilingual English and Kreyòl podcast covers the Haitian history you don't hear on the news and also features Haitian historians!
(Image retrieved from https://soundcloud.com/woy-magazine/sets/epizod-with-nathalie-cerin)
Do you listen to any of these? Have I missed any?! Let me know!
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