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"genie montalvo" Discussed on Axios Today

Axios Today

01:32 min | Last week

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Axios Today

"Again from president. Harry truman to now president biden. They're still waiting for someone. Take knowledge and compensate them for everything. They've lost access. Today is brought to you by axios pushkin industries. This episode was produced by neria marquess martinez and edited by alexandra. Petit genie montalvo is our sound engineer. Special thanks to ex. Us executive editor sarah kahalani goo her editor michelle salcedo executive producer. Dan bob cough and managing editor for business. Asia whitaker more and for this episode especially thanks to climate and energy reporters andrew friedman and benjamin and race and justice reporter russell controllers. We've got so much more about so many other aspects of systemic racism when it comes to the environment at axios dot com and we always love to hear feedback from you. Tell us what you think by emailing us at podcast at axios dot com or you can always message me directly on twitter. I'm lou. thanks for listening. Stay safe and we're back with the news on monday. Better connectivity benefits the greater good. that's why qualcomm. We invented five g. Breakthroughs that help address some of society's greatest challenges why it's important the power of five g. can provide greater connectivity to industries like education and telemedicine helping to make remote education more accessible and enabling personalized care. Learn how five g. is connecting the world at qualcomm dot com slash join us..

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:43 min | Last week

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

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"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

"Border series was produced in partnership with the pulitzer center with additional support provided by the ford foundation. The series was edited by marlin bishop. The executive producer is diane sylvester That's it for today that. Usa's produced by. Mike sergeant who yet the martini be strata. But lisa's van genie montalvo alejandro. Salazar leon news junior and who wrote chat with help from dr we. Bidders were edited by under lopez who salvo and martin martinez our editorial director is. Our engineers are stuffing the bow to their crusoe and leah shaw. Damron with help this week from gabriella. Byas and caribbean our digital editor is are new york. Women's foundation ignite fellow is mighty. Espn gun our intern. Is oscar de leon. Our theme music was composed by saying venos- if you like the music you heard on this episode stop by latino usa dot org and check out our weekly spotify playlist. I'm your host and executive producer. Muddying hosa join us again on our next episode. In the meantime find us on social media and bail by latino. Usa is made possible in part by the ford foundation working with visionaries on the frontlines of social change worldwide. the john d and catherine t. macarthur foundation and funding for latino..

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:34 min | Last month

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

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"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:38 min | Last month

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

"Like many artists. The work that i get most attached to is a work that i'm working on right now in the moment so the idea of looking back at a book that was released fifteen years ago was a little terrifying for me. Even though i knew. I loved the poems. I just kept thinking. Well maybe i loved them. Then it omit. That was a long time ago and one of the things that struck me. I think in rereading it was just how much of me was still there. How much of my voice was still present and almost unchanged Into the later books. And then i kept thinking. Oh you know the person who wrote this did a good job with the tool. She had instead of sort of being hard on myself or going in there and the why would change that line break now or i would change that word or whatever i just. I decided to praise it. If someone were to pick up wreck now i would hope that. They took a sense of resilience from it. A sense of hopefulness a sense of witnessing the chew mass of the world and also a celebration of the weirdness that makes us human. That was poet. Ada lemon the fifteenth anniversary edition of her book. Lucky wreck is out now. This episode was produced by. Oscar de leon was edited by alejandra sad and mixed by julia caruso and gabriella bias. The latino usa team includes on the admiral bisque. Rusada martyrdom martinez. Mike sergeant julia martinelli victoria strata but recess veron genie montalvo clean outdoor. Leon us junior and julia chat with help from rowley. Bidders or editorial director is who you're ricardo varela. Our senior supervising engineer is definitely the bow. additional engineering. by leah. shot camera are digital. Editor is up our new york.

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"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:35 min | 2 months ago

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

"Be denied. Let's go back to china. The frontline worker. She asks a simple question. And how do we hold our elected officials accountable by voting. And that's what it all comes down to. And so that's why this fight is so important to me. I want to make sure that all new yorkers regardless of immigration status regardless of background have the right to. We've seen that. It works and participatory budgeting where regardless of status. You're able to have input on where discretionary funds are allocated and it makes a difference. People feel more connected to the community that they had to say. And that's why i'm pushing for this. I asked her stories like hers of people unable to vote but who are productively and abundantly engaged in the community must help us get us closer to full promise of democracy. Whatever it takes for them to recognize that everybody has value inherently undocumented. Immigrants just like legal citizens are contributing to this economy and are essential in ensuring that it gets back up and running and they deserve the right to vote. They're worthy of the right to vote. in late. june the justice department announced it was suing the state of georgia over. Its do election law. It alleged that the bill was rushed through the legislature and that it's intended to deny black voters equal access to the ballot. The justice department may bring similar suits against other states. Meanwhile with a super majority of council members. New york's our city our vote. Bill could be up for a vote later this summer. By the way you can read a print version of this story on the nation's website at the nation dot com slash new york vote This episode was produced by john washington with help from russia. It was edited by under an opus glue. Salvo and mixed by julia russo. The latino usa team includes martinez. Mike sergeant william innately victorious rather but recess veron genie montalvo alejandra side and rinaldo. Leon us junior with help from our.

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A Breakdown Of Latinx Heavy Medal

Latino USA

02:04 min | 6 months ago

A Breakdown Of Latinx Heavy Medal

"So i'm in the studio today with producer. Genie montalvo gene. So thought i wanna take you back to the latin grammys of twenty nineteen. What happened well. A bunch of things happened but relevant today. Yeah lars ulrich of metallica presented with the person of the year award. It's kind of like a lifetime. Achievement did not know. That's where you're going to go with this surprise but really you can see kind of losing it on the video but listen to him here. That's very funny to me for those who don't know who is. How would you describe his music. It's like top yet. Like pop rock but the area likes comey sunday at me but i had no idea he was a huge metallica fan. Wine is is a huge mental fan. And so we're a lot of people in latin america and that is what i'm going to be talking to you about today mysterious. I didn't know you were into metal finds story. Because i'm actually not. But i am surrounded by latino metal heads. My brother was into metal growing up my neighbors into metal and plays in a metal band. And what would life be like. It didn't marry someone who was also into metal much quieter. So speaking about my husband or nesto who you know as from peru. He was telling me the story the other day that got me thinking about this topic. It was about the time. When one of his favorite bands the british rockers. Iron maiden came to lima in two thousand nine. You have heard of iron. Maiden i've seen the sweatshirts when our media i came. I announce actually their visits lima. People started making plans to come to the show. People started coming from other cities. Even from equador people throw away from waiheke from keitel youth ecuadorian flex in the crowd

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"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

16:03 min | 2 years ago

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

"Well I'm here in the studio with producer and new mom genie Montalvo Hey Maria so Jeannie you just had a baby boy Medine yes and Maria we talked a ton about having kids that when I was pregnant when I wasn't pregnant or little did we know that I was pregnant I've been in the next week you're like I'm pregnant J. K. and now he's seven months and it's alone by love it I love it and he's doing a lot of Babba about so what language are you speak to him we are speaking Genesis one hundred percent one hundred percent raise the immersion off all the time my son that's what we did with roll it was lingual Spanish one hundred percent all the time and did it stick totally are you kidding he's multi-lingual now we as a facility for language and he's not afraid because we've spoken well I he was modeling was Spanish and then when his sister came and that was where it got a little complicated it was fine with him own just the three of us speaking Spanish does she speak now she speaks but it's all hard I had this conversation a lot with my husband or Nesto he's from Peru and he was terrified that raising our son here in the US meant that he wasn't going to speak perfect Spanish and then they're going to go back to the home country and then they're going to be teased and made fun of and then they're not gonNA WANNA speak Spanish and that is exactly what happened to my brother he was that kid who said I don't want to speak Spanish yeah my parents are from the Dominican Republic for the most part we spoke Spanish at home growing up as you can hear in these adorable recordings from my childhood but my brother and I prematurely speak in English and I'm since we were kids we lived in small towns between Georgia and Alabama so like there was other kids or even adults for him to speak Spanish too in the early nineties but Maria like your son I learned Spanish I hate in fact that is so cute little teeny wow my I'm used to sing to me in Spanish and she used to read books in Spanish so I speak Spanish at home with an a little thing but now that I'm a parent myself it kind of got me to thinking about the decisions that my own parents aide in terms of language for me and my younger brother so I wanted to figure out why was it that I learned Spanish at home and my brother didn't from NPR and to media it's USA I'm mighty wholesome and today Spanish as a first image so my name is godless month yeah I like long walks on the beach that's that is my brother or as I like to call them nerds Oh he is literally rocket scientists Oh my God what I'm a mechanical engineering professor at the University of South Alabama I got my Bachelors Masters and PhD in Aerospace Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta really a genius I have a brother like that doesn't speak perfect Spanish by the way and neither does Carlos there were two reasons I didn't WANNA speak Spanish one it was hard for me I didn't have the necessary vocabulary to talk to my parents in a way that I felt like it explained my ideas correctly since this is my first language was tough for me to generate sentences to reply back so I get it right we all feel embarrassment when we're uncomfortable with the language but for my brother it seemed to go deep there you don't want people to think that you're stupid and laugh at you you know you sit there and you just say why bother speaking in Spanish when we all speak English speaking English and then I'll be much easier we both lived in the same house we both grew up with the same parents I speak span Nash since I was a baby in Carlos didn't so how does that work how does that happen I wanted to really understand and get inside my brother's head and figure out what is that kept him from wanting to be kind of like a part of that culture and and understanding the language so I asked him what he thought the difference was between the two of us one of the things genie was the age gap you and I are six years apart I think and a half the time I came into the picture it didn't the family already decide to speak English at home as far as I understand before I was born you three spoken to Spanish all the time and then when I was older house became an English thing I mean I think that's that's a question for many puppy Miami T. dot got around though mainly wing dot dot I'm hold a Bamako miraculous okay okay I talked to Carlos last week yes I asked my mom if there was a conscious decision to switch to English when there was little really remember that being an actual decision we D- change English but the situation happened the the preschool or kindergarten teacher when he was learning English Chee said that he was having a harder times so the situation wasn't that he was are the Zeeshan decision what kind of May Floros when Carlos was born we lived in a tiny town in Alabama we were the only Latino family there and after that we moved to a suburb of Atlanta it was not the international metropolis it is today so the teacher explicitly said to you don't speak Spanish him at home because he's getting confused cheated in say Spanish per se she said don't speak two languages at home and what did you think about that doubt you feel well I was caring more about Carlos than anything else in my time you respect authority and indeed there was authority the Authority said Jew cannot do these we followed through so for her to tell me that he was having a hard time it just told me I'm not gonNa make it harder for him wow so the feature basically said you're setting your kid back by raising him bilingually which you know factually we know now is not true I mean this is totally been disproven correct and I spoke to an expert about this my name is Lees Boudoir I'm a professor in communication sciences and disorders at the University of Texas at Austin Ooh I ask Lisa if she'd heard of cases like my brothers you know we're a teacher tells the parent it's just better to speak one language I think that it's unfortunately a long-term common practice that people do suggest to families that they speak only one language in that's usually English to their children to prevent them from becoming confused it happens quite a bit right and it's not even something that's in the past which is what I originally thought the subject actually came up the other day in this facebook mom group that I'm part of one mom asked a question about her children being delayed in speaking she was kind of wondering if it was because they were hearing multiple languages and hearing English with an accent but Lisa says there is no real evidence that there's an increased risk for having learning difficulties just because you're hearing using two languages we know that in using two languages offers social cognitive advantages so being bilingual is not related to learning difficulties the teacher was wrong I think iwo say frame of mind of the area they were not exposed to seeing other people learning other languages we know other cultures a there was a burly no ing migrants in Alfa Reta so there weren't a lot of Spanish speakers on Alfa Reta but our parents would send us to the Dominican Republic for six weeks at a time to be with our grandmother like go be with your family and speak Spanish were you like we're going to the debate nobody knows or was it like we're GONNA have to speak Spanish for me it was like oh I get to go hang out with my cousins and be with family and stuff and the language was the language and you just smoke but for him I guess it was a little scarier I always toll axelle you're causing to speak to hemming Spanish but my sister wanted to take advantage of Carlos for axel learn English of course it was easier for Carlos to speak English so then he just turning to English he saw you know for every angle if we were home they were trying to use him for practicing and then if he came here we were in areas where Spanish was in the frequently spoken I feel your mom's pain it is a challenge for us because the world is becoming smaller and frankly English is a very dominant language in the world exactly but then there's a part of speaking Spanish that's kind of cultural right growing up for me something just clicked I started watching the novellas I read people in a final and I got really into Latin music but my brother was so different I mean I I was a metal head in high school and listen to them Russia you know thrash metal and metallic and all that it's kind of weird because it sounds it's like what he's saying is that a thrash metal metallic loving person cannot be Latino but medal is huge and Latin America side now my husband who was born and raised in Peru is actually a big metal fan but that's another story aside from being like you know a metal head excape boarding teenager was there anything else that made you be like I want nothing to do with this culture that was probably just a lazy teenager probably yeah I probably just didn't care I just wanted to hang out with my friends I mean Bonnie when she met me in college I didn't even know that I spoke Spanish because I didn't act like it did you see something different you know when we met it was I mean I was just like I was dating any other American guy and then it hit me when I walked into your parents house and there was Latin music playing your parents were yelling in Spanish and I was like Oh oh I mean I didn't even know that's Bonnie who is not Latina she's white and grew up in Florida she looks on Spanish classes in high school but doesn't really speak they've been married for ten years and have two beautiful kids and they're living in South Alabama so I asked my brother you know does he have any regrets about not speaking Spanish more when we were growing up what I wish something would be different I don't think so I mean mommy and poppy moved to the United States to you know to give us a better life and that's that's where we grew up in people speak English here you know so I married somebody it's only speaks English and so I I think that's kind of how it is I mean at the end of the day it's a you're just trying to convey an idea that's what languages for right and so we did you purposely make it harder for yourself for my brothers perspective it's kind of like English easier so why am I gonNa make my life harder by trying to speak Spanish if I can communicate and I can convey my ideas in English there's no incentive to speak Spanish well it seems he just doesn't put being Latino Spanish speaker it seems like that is not like his top three most important things in terms of his how identity is and sees his life right I mean he might not have ever identified really with his Latino side but now he's older and things change both of us have kids and we have to decide how we're GONNA raise them I know what my stances on passing on my language and my heritage to my son but I don't really know what's in Carlos GIVEAWAY and Louis Louis scandals okay so I get I have a hint I have an idea of what happens Skyros here host of the Ted Radio Hour from NPR and honor latest episode were exploring anger what it is when you feel it whether some get to feel it more openly than others and why listen now all right we're back and I'm here in the studio with producer Ginny Moon Dot Gov Hey Maria all right so gd before the break we were talking in about bilingualism and your brother and what his plans are for his own kids I mentioned earlier that Carlos didn't really like speaking Spanish when he I was a kid but he actually does speak at now in seventh grade you have the option to take a language and he chose Spanish and continued on into AP Spanish in high school he speaks with an accent but he stuck with it and eventually he learned but before I tell you what my brother decided to do with his kids let's talk to Lisa Madore again easy to learn Spanish from day one but when you.

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"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

"Hearts so when i did have this presented to me anew that it was the right thing that had to be done not only for the trans community or the lgbt community before the allies and for the people who don't understand out there for them to understand for them to move forward and move through this like i said there's a bigger picture and you have to open those hearts and minds so that we can work together so i knew i had to step into my life at that moment is your someone mj who when you're onset and you're acting that you are modeling after that you're thinking about yes i do have someone you you know know they were like yep who's smother my mother was a big person a big strong study figure in my life and yes i bring other aspects of things that i went through different techniques but the main focal point is my mother she raised me well she's still here she still raising me even though she don't know it and i take all of her if not all most of her to the scenes that i have because you have there has to be some aspect of reality to acting you can't just pull anything where storytellers more so than anything and if i want the world to see what a notary mother is a have to pull from something that is the truth and that was my mama so you know mj i gotta say you know you do play a house mom on the show but i've just been watching what's been going on here in the studio it's like you are among to india man no i mean you look the same age as her stage mom but also as hike outside of this sister i just wanna keep encouraging her to be the most powerful woman that she is not a lien she intelligent but she is beautiful and she is strong and she stands for something and i hope that you sent a message to all these young people out here they're looking at you they're looking at you team bogue they're looking at you from fourteen all the way into twenty two you are literally the future you are the future and people are going to look at you and they're going to see you in full for russian and in the i'm just wondering do you wanna say something about that her savant mj is one of the most charming people that i know and she's wicked smart is so all my guys so smart it's just the firming for me to like be able to have the privilege to work with and also known of other trans woman who are like constantly challenging everything in also being an example for others like an in challenging all the things that were socialized to believe m j and india thank you so much for coming to let you know you say this has been beautiful thank you so much of course of course of quirky summer has gone thank you the season finale oppose is this sunday and guess what the show was just renewed for a second season episode was produced by maggie free lean usa team includes marlin bishop yes so fia police car until the hito undiscovered hero janice mocha and sarah cubital with help from financially are engineers genie montalvo and stephanie lebow our production manager is nothing even hosts our fellows are bikini laura and just under control our theme music was composed by ruby knows and if you like the music you heard on this episode checkout latino usa dot org and see our weekly spotify playlist i'm your host and executive producer mighty horsa join us again next time thank you so much for listening and in the meanwhile look for us on all of your social media and i'll see you there as that brooks show let's he no usa is made possible in part

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

"So what does it mean in terms of us mexico relations a very hard to predict because we don't know what the american president is going to tweet from one moment to the next negotiations regarding noth to have been very difficult for mexico because the trump administration says something one day and says another the next day so mexico is probably going to have to lie low and tried to obeyed the blows that donald trump will deal to us as a result of his own political imperatives despite that what i do foresee happening is that the relationship will continue because there is a north american identity there are massive trade flows cultural interactions families that depend on each other and i think that will continue to be the case despite this very difficult moment in which mexico when the us seemed to be heading back to a time when we were what ellen writing called distant neighbors what just happened in mexico was much more than just the election for president there's a new congress there's new governors there's mayors local representatives what's the big takeaway from beyond the presidency now he has a much bigger platform much more power his party is going to have a majority in congress and it's going to be the majoritarian party in the senate as well so he will be able to wield the executive and the legislative branch in whatever direction he wants and we're not clear what that direction is if we're going to see the fiery proto populist that denounced institutions back in two thousand and six and took to the streets and has pointed a finger at the privileged elites of mexico saying he's going to take them on or if we're going to see a pragmatist revisited mexico is an emerging market that's part of a globalized world globalized economy and it's no longer the provincial self enclosed country that it was thirty years ago and i'm no sometimes seems to have a nostalgia for that pastoral past he doesn't seem to have a vision of technological changes of what millennials want he doesn't speak the language of globalization he's taken advantage of the backlash against it among certain sectors in mexico so what lies ahead in truth is terra incognita we don't know what sort of president he's going to be denise dresser thank you so much for joining us on the usa thank you very much for the invitation denise dresser is a political analyst brighter and professor based in mexico city this was produced by the yet and edited by marlin bishop the let usa team includes nearly must yes so fear police car maggie freeling jealousy mocha and syracuse widow with help from fin on the chari are engineers are genie montalvo and stephanie lebow our production manager isn't that fee that halts are fellows

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"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

"This episode was produced by genesee mocha and edited by marlin bishop the latino usa team includes none the chevy and this guy euro and yesterday he though maggie freeling and say or curiel production out this week from ashley click engineers are genie montalvo and stephanie lebow our senior production manager is natalia hawks are fellows are maya cueva and just the only handle cultural our intern is reese williams our theme music was composed by saying reno's if you like the music you heard on this episode stop by latino usa dot org and check out our weekly spotify flails i'm your host and executive producer mighty a horse join us again next time in the meantime look for us on all of your social media that up roxy ma let's he no usa is made possible in part by the hiding simon's foundation unlocking knowledge opportunity and possibilities more at hiding simon's dot org wine coat foundation and funding for latino usa is coverage of a culture of health is made possible in part by grant from the robert wood johnson foundation your filipino filipino year i'm like okay cool next time on that you know usa the story of the first registered mexican american holocaust survivor look at my dad in those years you cannot tell here gone through anything that was extreme in nature because he hid his ptsd so well that's next time on that deal usa.

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"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

"Today story was reported by jesse elliott contrel and edited by any of us the latino usa team includes fit on the chari and this guy euro on yesterday he'll maggie freely genesee i'm olga and say you're or see your editor is marlin bishop our engineers are genie montalvo and stephanie lebow our senior production manager is not that our fellow is mike with our intern is reese williams production help this week from ashley click and angus chen if you like the music you heard on this stop by let usa dot org and check out our weekly spotify playlist our theme music was composed by then yet reno's i'm your host and executive producer muddying hosa join us again next time in the meantime look for us on all of your social media estella proxima chow latino usa is made possible in part by the ford foundation dedicated to working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide carnegie corporation promoting the advancement of knowledge and understanding and the w k kellogg foundation a partner with communities where children come first is i don't know if you've ever had a conversation the person now that i like freeze up and i like stand really still and don't move anything so i called pops going i might yet next time on tino usa immigration officers make a controversial detention in texas courtroom this is a battered victim was in so need of services and support what is it about her precipitates is kind of response that's next time on let the usa.

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"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

"This story was reported and produced by noam hassenfeld and edited by nadia raymond and marlin bishop the latino usa team includes me and this guy gave them antonio said he though maggie freeling janice you mocha sayer committal and ashley click are engineers are genie montalvo and stephanie lebow with additional editing this week by an pope our production manager is not doug if eater hopes are intern is reese williams art theme music was composed by sanjeev rubio's if you enjoy the other music you heard on this episode stopped by latino usa dot org and check out our weekly spotify playlists i'm fernando tabarre in for our hosts extraordinaire buddying hosa see your next week chow latino usa is made possible in part by the annie e casey foundation creating a brighter future for the nations children by strengthening families building greater economic opportunity and transforming communities funding for latino usa's coverage of a culture of health has made possible in part by a grant from the robert wood johnson foundation and the john d and catherine t macarthur foundation there'd be like aid pizza pizza get you full sun next time on that usa i saw these moms that were looking for children up there in the mountains and give item and i said that they do that we can do that too that's next time on usa.

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"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

"Thank you so much for your work whether loop for your work eddie and thank you so much for creating this community and i sharing it with me on instagram and on the radio really appreciate it auditor pleasure thank you thank you so much eddie and whether lupus exhibit and listening recently closed on march third at commonwealth and council in los angeles but if you wanna see their word you can find both artists on instagram to check out a photograph of me drain might teens that my prom looking very god go to latino usa dot org and one more spoiler alert there's another picture of be wearing satin from disco days this episode was produced by sayer gave up an edited by ninety raymond the latino usa team includes marlin bishop financially and this guy euro and point yesterday he though genie montalvo janice mocha and maggie freeling our intern is reese williams our engineer and music editors cornelius book more there are production manager is not feed it hosts and if you like the music you heard on this episode stop by the usa dot org and check out our weekly spotify playlist our theme music was composed by being reno's and today we say goodbye to one of my favorite people nadia raymond our senior editor whose amazingly talented nadia joined us several years ago and was one of the first producers i brought onto let the usa when it was just a half an hour show she left and then came back as our senior editor and seriously the storytelling on that the usa just went to another level not yet ruthlessly so.

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"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"genie montalvo" Discussed on Latino USA

"As a chair of the californian latino legislative caucus i rise to recognize a tragic incident that occurred seventy years ago two weeks ago under seventieth anniversary of the crash the california state senate held an emotional ceremony to formally recognize for the first time in history the 28 mexican victims of the plane crash senator ben west hosted next to high may and other surviving family members as they held photos of their relatives and the senate didn't forget to honor the man who spent seven years of his life making this all possible term hernandez did the work that the government should have done but seventy years later they will be remembered as a valued part of the history of our state mm hmm this story was produced by me said then the cia betty and maggie free linked it was edited by now the arraignment the latino usa team includes marlon bishop and the risk of ideal antonio said he the genie montalvo janez your mocha and say okay the our engineer and music editor is cornelius make more layer our production manager is not that if he to holds our interns are is stephanie gone no injuries williams special thanks to tim on this his book all they will call you is out now our theme music was composed by sending a knows and if you enjoy the other music you heard on this episode stop by latino usa dot org and check out our weekly spotify playlist i'm fed and and the tabloid retain for our host extraordinaire murdiono casa see you next week gel.

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